Monday, November 28, 2011

Guess which dessert shop is this?

Any guesses which dessert is this? 

This dessert shop is a few months old in Sunway Pyramid. Walked past quite often but didn't want to try it. Until one fateful day when my tastebuds decides to be more adventurous... 

Had this dessert EXACTLY one month ago for the very first time. Quite nice, as it is different from what I had expected. :) Sorry, I am a fan of Snowflakes, and I thought this is one of the copycats, but well done! Totally exceeds my expectation. I even posted the picture in my Facebook, and some friends has been giving good reviews on this.

So, this is quite recommendable, and the picture above is their signature dessert priced at RM7.90 if I'm not mistaken...

Tip: Need to dig below the toppings to reveal the awesomeness. Altho the topping alone is awesome enough already, hehe... 

And the for whole week, I was at different desserts shops around Subang. Don't know what went wrong with me, but now I know why I was so broke last month. hehe...   

Awww, I miss having desserts. Especially cold ones like these... <3 <3 <3 

Ohhya, the bowl of awesomeness is from Zen-Q located at the Old Wing in Sunway Pyramid. Either at 1st floor or the ground floor(i'm bad a recognizing floors, but i know exactly where it is), near the main entrance. 

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Monday, November 14, 2011

Where did Tze went on Sunday?

Hehehe, guess and seeeee......

Had a sudden plan on Saturday night to go down to Muar, Johor for 1 day trip on Sunday. My first time ever in Muar. And of course, I went because Gary was there.

Started the journey at 11am only, and told the other car that we will be leaving at 9am something. Hehe, still in bed at that time LOL.

Actually, I still do not believe that I actually drove down to Muar just to see Cao Ge. OMG!! In the midst of assignments dateline some more. Seriously, if you think I'm crazy, I think I am too. He is my exception.

First time ever in Muar!! Took alot of pictures, will blog about it next time, busy 2 weeks ahead. Sigh...
Pssst... I finally pierced my ears too in Muar... xD

Saturday, November 12, 2011

My Happiest Moment

A picture is worth a thousand words, that's what they said.

To me, a picture captures unforgettable moments. Sometimes, there are those moments that we never know existed. For the past few hours, I have been looking through my picture folder in search for the picture that describes "the happiest moment". In the process, I discovered that there are many forgotten memories from high school, college and my 3 years in university.

I love capturing memories, and I believe that memories are best captured through candid pictures. I do not have candid shots here because the people in the pictures have denied the permission for me to post.

Anyways, when I look back at pictures taken from the past, those moments that happen at that particular moment when the picture is taken flashes through my mind. And I am not the kind of person that has the most excellent memory. So to me, photos are important tool to help me remember. 

Well, I can never decide which my “happiest” moment is. So, I’ll just let the pictures do the talking. All the pictures posted here are either from 2004 or 2005. IF I were to post all the pics that screams happiness to me, this post would be super damn long. 

This is me when I was 15. or maybe 14. Back then, although I was quite fat, but still, thinner than what I am now. I remember, at that time, I have very low self-esteem, I feel that I am the ugliest person in the world (ok I know, I'm not pretty, but at least I have two eyes, one nose and one mouth), but now, many years later, when I look back at this picture, I realise how stupid I was back then to have such thoughts. 

This was taken during a church camp in Cameron Highlands. Look so terrible cause didn't get enough sleep. Miss the moment there, knowing new people, knowing God and having fun activities. And that is Caroline, one of my good friends I know through church. Ahhh, memories.... 
I almost didnt go to this camp. 

Some people say I'm crazy.
This might the one of the 'stupidest' thing I did at that time.
The autographs from almost all the participants from the church camp. 
Had the sudden thought of doing it, and I remember that there is this girl who came and told me that it could lead to cancer, those ink. LOL. 

If I had not captured this sunset, I would not have remembered seeing this on the way back from Nilai, Seremban after attending Interact Conference. Met alot of new people there and some stayed as friends even until now. :)
Sorry for the blurry picture, the bus was moving at that time. I still remember this is taken at the Teluk Intan bridge. The picture is blurred cause was taken in a moving bus. And it looked perfectly fine in my camera's super small screen. That's why a new camera with bigger screen is a better option. *hint hint*

This is my desk during PMR! 
Hehehehe, the last table, third row from the right. :)
See, I remember. 
Hehe, alright, I know, I know... All the tables look similar, but I just know that was my table can or not? 

The young us at that time. Just finished PMR and there is noothing to do, don't know why they are such good student and still goes to school with their uniform. hehehehhehehe
I remember on that day, I went to school late, cycled there, and wore the school shirt because I was afraid that if I wore normal home shirt, the guards wouldn't let me in. Still young and naive at that time hehehe.... Anyways, the day was spent taking lots of pictures like this, playing Othello, and other interesting, mind boggling games. 

 Me and my brother in Perth. He's still so young at that time OMG!! heheheh
He has grown up so much since then.... awwwww 
I believe this is the first picture of us together after many, many years.... We used to loathe each other so much that we do not even talk. Sad childhood for both of us. 

This is taken in Form 4, and taken with Miss Josephine, one of the coolest trainee teacher EVER!!!!!!!! 
She was almost leaving already, and then we spend time taking memories. I seriously missed the times spent in school.... the crazy things we did, the crazy tuition schedule after school, the friends we spent most of the time with, the games we played, the cocuriculum activities that forces you to come back in the evening.... yeah, those are happy memories....

This is a picture taken with my yearmates, during choral speaking competition that has nothing to do with me at all. I was there just to support them, ehehheheheh...... And they won!!!! I still remember they were speaking on Cartoons xD 
Seriously I don't know why are we doing this pose... Hahaha must be me and my randomness.... Thank you to them for being supportive of my randomness also... heheheh.... 

This is taken during the practice, and I seriously don;t know why I am there!!! 

 Ohh ohh, this was taken during our FIRST EVER mastech expo. It's a club where only Form 4 and above can join and stands for Math, Science and Technology, so it's pretty cool... hehehehe.... I love this picture cause, look at how I mess with her hair bwahahaha... I never knew I was this random hehehehe....

 Went to visit a orphanage in Ayer Tawar together with Interact Club members. One of the reason why I joined Interact Club. It was a fun-filled and tiring day. Missed the moment. <3 

This is during carolling. Hehehe.... I love to sing (shhhh, secret), but I am tone deaf (ouch). 
But I love to join, and was really happy when they didn't kick me out of the carolling team. Everyone knows how bad I sings now *horror*

Ohhhhh happy moment, Ida's birthday. THE FIRST EVER birthday party that I was invited to. Seriously. I dont know why people don't like to do birthday party in my hometown. I never had a birthday party. So happy that day that I was actually attending a birthday party... Alot of embarrassing things happened also lah, and I'm not telling :x 

And this concludes my post for, ..

    Monday, November 07, 2011

    Nuffnang + Churp2 @ Chatime Publika

    Last Saturday, I got invited to the first ever Nuffnang and Churp Churp "mingling session" together. It's also my first time ever to attend any Nuffnang events. I am a member of both, and I didn't know that Churpers also went. Lucky I went to find the place before the actual day, if not already... It's not listed in Google maps, and even my GPS also cannot help me lol. 

    And this is my first ever Nuffnang event that I went... *Wahlao... very scary lor, somemore i anti-social...* I thought things would change when I am there... But nope, I end up more terrified of the people there than before I got there LOL. *failed kao kao at trying to be more social*

    The event was held at Eat Food Village *interesting name for food court*. Very nice and empty food court *because it's new*. There's like lots of famous yummy food there, got CHILI pan mee, got yam rice, got alot more other stuff that I cannot remember lah... For Muslim friends, the place is non-halal unless you're in mood for Penang food by Lorong Seratus Tahun. 

    Eat Food Village, Publika, Solaris Dutamas
    Oh ya, we were allowed to bring guest also, so I brought Chloe along because I am THAT scared of strangers LOL. At first was thinking of going alone, venturing into a unfamiliar territory~ hmmph, I must be crazy when I thought of that. 

    Everyone was given RM20 worth of Publikash to spend on food and CHATIME! 
    Every one of us was given a cash voucher of rm20 that we could spend on food and drinks on that day itself. First thing we did was to queue up for Chatime. There was quite a long queue. See, see... For real it's free ok... :) Happy mood on for the whole day... 

    Didn't take much pictures during the whole thing... Well, actually I took but its in my friend's camera so,... forget it. 

    A gift from Publika.  
    Before everyone leaves, the nice people in Nuffnang (sorry didn't get the name) distributed a gift from Publika. :) The Nuffies even asked why didn't anyone saw us before. Hehe, first event mah~ So anti-social somemore... 

    Our large Chatime with additional stuffs.  
    We had so much money to spend that we tried to max out on the purchase. Had it large with extra toppings.. Thought of having lunch/dinner (lunchner) there since we had so much money left, but after downing the large Chatime we were filled already. So decided to just share food. And left like alot somemore, so i tapao-ed another Chatime *suicide move*

    A group photo of all the people that attended. *stole from the earliest blogger*
    So many faces, but I know no one there. 
    It's 3.49am, and I don't care anymore. Eyes are closing... 

    Saturday, November 05, 2011

    A day out with good-hearted-souls

    Warning: This post will be full of pictures. The most pictures in my *insert years* of blogging.

    Hold my hand and guide me.

    The purpose of this post is not to show off, but is to spread the word. Hope to clarify first before anyone says I am showing off for no reason. Not that I have anything to show off also lah... 
    The pictures with no watermark is taken from Facebook. 

    Last weekend, me and some friends decided to join the kind-souls from Amoeba Team for a visit to children's home. Click on their Facebook link to know more about them. If you're lazy, then here is an introduction about them I copied from their Facebook. 

    Amoeba Team is a group of individuals standing on the same platform to learn through organizing a variety of events. Empowering young people and nurturing the new generation definitely entice positive culture thus contributing to the society.
    Ok, enough introduction already. If you want to know more, just click on this link and have your questions answered. 

    The meet-up point was at an LRT station in PJ, but due to some unforseen circumstances (ie. Vernice's housemates was hogging the one and only bathroom in her house), so we were late and unable to meet up with the rest of the gang. 

    The location was at Rumah Hope, at Paramount Garden. Being a noob and in an unfamiliar territory, I got lost on my way there. Was not able to find the place, and GPS decided to not help me that day.Luckily, we stopped and asked a very confused uncle. Hehehe...

    Me: *Stop the car and wave enthusiastically*
    Uncle: *Gives a weird stare and probably freak out a little*
    V: *tries to open the window and finally get out of the car* Hi, uncle! I would like to know where is Jalan xx/x... Do you know where isit?
    Uncle: The roads here are all odd numbers, its 3, 5, 7, 9, 11.... I don't know where is 2...
    Me: owhhhhhhhh.... *die*
    V: errrr~~
    Uncle: Do you have any friends that you could call? Perhaps they can help you~
    Me: *hestitate* Umm, yeah we have, but.... Anyway, thanks yeah.... 
    Uncle: Where are you guys going?
    Me: Do you, by any chance know where is Rumah Hope?
    Uncle: Yeah I know. You want to go there you say earlier lah, you tell me Jalan this Jalan that I dont know, but you tell me Rumah Hope then I know... *gives the directions to the place*
    US: O___O ok. Thanks alot!! 
      Sorry, irrelevant picture :D
    Really, thanks alot to the uncle, if not we will be going round and round and round that area till night also cannot reach. Whoever named the roads and constructed that whole PJ area must have sucked in numbers. And planning. LOL. 

    Yeah! <3
    When we finally arrived, they have already started playing games with the kids. :) They are still introducing themselves, so we were not that late and lost xD Everyone of the volunteers had at least one kid assigned to them, and the kids are free to choose for themselves. So sad though, none of the kids come running to me... I'm bad with kids :(

    Don't know what to say more so, let the picture speak for themselves. 

    Playing Superhero game
    The concept of the game is that every one of the child has a cartoon character or superhero,
    and they are supposed to remember. When the blinds are put down, they are supposed to shout
    the superhero of the person opposite. Extreme memory game that I suck at. 
    Both pointing at each other and guessing the cartoon character and superhero... 

    *At the same time* HELLOKITTYMICKEYMOUSE!!! 

    *guessing, guessing*

    Girl in green stripes: Oh no I cant remember!!!
    Girl in black shirt: *shouts the superhero name*

    Girl: YOU NARUTO!
    can't remember who won.
    Cannot remember the superhero, taking time to think.... hehehe
    The side who loses the guessing game have to go over to the winning side.

    No idea what happened, but look at the smiles on their faces. Totally worth it.
    See, everyone enjoying themselves *heart*
    Here is the replica of "Simon Says" game, where they have to listen to Michelle che che who is standing tall on the chair. hehe. 
    This game, I don't know how to describe, but alot of laughter.
    Dividing the kids into two groups to play a different kind of "Rock, Scissors and Papers".
    This is a super naughty and mischievous, yet cute boy. Hehe, he kind of pwned
    almost all the guy volunteers hehehe...
    Spiderman! I think he's the happiest kid that day... 

    Kai lee, Michelle, Me, Vernice, Xiaohui 

    It's the time to leave :( Nice knowing so many new friends there :)

    Almost everyone there. *heart* Wish all the kids 'kuai gao zhang da', have a happy life. :) 
    The spiderman who pwned the kor kors. hehehe

    The visit ended with a lot of photo taking. The volunteers who went to the visit. hehehe...
    I am not the kind of person who would go on these kind of visits,
    its not because I don't like to go,
    its not because I'm terrified on how would I interact with kids,
    its because there are so many strangers that I never met before.
    I am anti-social like that.
    But from the visit, I get to know a few friends,
    and have been talking to each other almost everyday.

    I never knew I would say this,
    but it felt like I know them for very long already.

    I would never, ever, ever go to sing-k with strangers.
    Never in a million years of my life.
    But, within the first few days knowing them,
    we already had our first outing to sing-k.


    YamCha and sharing session after the visit.

    So, that basically sums up my visit to a children's home with Amoeba Team. Totally a better way to spend my weekend, because my weekends are usually wasted on assignments, playing games or staring at the wall on Facebook, or sleeping. Seriously, thank you Amoeba for providing this opportunity for me to do what I have always wanted to do. 

    If you, or anyone you know would like to join any of these outings, feel free to contact Amoeba Team through Facebook, or I can help :) hehe... They have at least a community visit every month *if I'm not mistaken* If you have the chance to give back, to do something good, to be able to enjoy your weekend with much fun and laughter, why not? And for shy people, don't worry, no one could be more shy than me... If I can do it, you can too... hehehe

    I went home that day feeling excited and happy, and tired of course, and told my housemate about it. She just say why do I waste my time doing such thing. I beg to differ lor, this is not wasting my time. One point to salute the team is that, they have continuously been doing this for over a year already, and this is the kind of things that not many people would normally spend their "precious" time on. And some of them are working adults, which means that weekends are very important to them, but they selflessly spend it on doing community work. *Salute them for their effort and time, and also for making all this happen :)

    PS: If you read this, thank you for surviving through this lengthy post, you rawk!

    PPS: My kid that day was a 17 year old girl, and will be taking SPM this year. She don't look like 17 though *jealous* heheh... Anyways, I wish her all the best in SPM and I know she won't be able to see this but I still want to wish can or not? Hope she do great in her exams *heart*