Saturday, February 17, 2007
Happy Chinese New Year
Happy Chinese New Year~!
Buy big come big, buy small come small. Win more more oh!!
Posted by Chi Fei at 10:00 AM |
Friday, February 16, 2007
Coffee Terrace @ Genting
Maintaining a blog is hard!
To get post of nice food and places, we as blogger got to dig the wallet and it can be quite deep. Surely its a deep one today.
How to read the chinese name ah?
Went to Coffee Terrace on the 13th February. Its a great, great, great place to have buffet. After paying for RM42++ for the entry, I told myself, I gonna eat to death in this place.
Coffee Terrace has a great variety of food, mainly Malaysia Food but certainly not forgetting the all-time-favourite, sushi corner.
The nyonya food.
The salad bar.
There is something special about the Chinese Corner. You may choose from a few choices of vege and ask the cook to cook it for you.
The dessert conner.
The environment in the place is quite good. I would say it is much better than many buffet places. Those cheap-skate buffet places resemble a war zone where people fight for their food. Well, this is a comfort zone.
Fuhh..long post. Tired and hungry now. All I can afford now is Nasi Lemak at the junction between Vista B and Vista C.
Posted by Chi Fei at 11:41 AM |
Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Happy Valentine's Day
p/s: I took the backgroud picture. Nice isn't it?
Posted by Chi Fei at 1:29 PM |
Sunday, February 11, 2007
Movie Review: Blood Diamond
After so much recommendation, finally, I manage to watch this show. 6pm show in GSC Mid Valley. This means I will have to pay for normal price for this movie. It cost me bloody RM10 for this show instead of RM6 for student price.
Let me tell you, it's so worth it. Even if it cost you RM 1,ooo, it is still worth it. I will tell you why in a minute.
Blood diamond is about the civil war and chaos in 1990's Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone has lots of diamond mine but there are not much of diamond export from this place. There is an American diamond smuggler and the syndicate that controlling the local diamond mining industry and also the RUF(reformation army) which uses the diamond to fund their fight against the government. RUF kills the peoples and the uses child soldiers.
Danny Archer(Leonardo DiCaprio), a South African mercenary, and Solomon Vandy( Djimon Hounsou), a Mende fisherman are joined in a common quest to recover a rare pink diamond that can transform their lives.
The 100 karat stone.
Solomon's peaceful life is ripped apart when his village is attacked by rebel forces. He is kidnapped and forced to labor in the diamond mines. His young son is forced to become a "soldier," given drugs and abused so thoroughly that he loses any sense that the world can be sane or fair.
While in prison for smuggling, Archer learns that Solomon who was taken from his family and forced to work in the diamond fields has found and hidden the extraordinary rough stone.
With the help of Maddy Bowen, an American journalist whose idealism is tempered by a deepening connection with Archer, the two men embark on a trek through rebel territory, a journey that could save Solomon's family and give Archer the second chance he thought he would never have.
Posted by Chi Fei at 10:46 AM |
Thursday, February 8, 2007
Went to Pangkor Island last year. Here are some of the nice picture that I've taken there.
The next one is my personal favourite.
Labels: Travel Log
Posted by Chi Fei at 8:19 PM |
Wednesday, February 7, 2007
Many of my friends had their birthday lately.
Happy Birthday to Mitchelle Lee, Fionna Tan and Cathy Chuo!
A song for you all,
Posted by Chi Fei at 5:11 PM |
Sunday, February 4, 2007
PMS Survival Tips
This post is for guys only.
You girls not gonna give up, don't you?
Not to humiliate you girls out there, but just wish to reduce the suffering of the guys.
Labels: Opinions and Thoughts
Posted by Chi Fei at 3:07 AM |
Long lost post.
I went to Chili's in Mid Valley for my birthday long ago. Suppose to post up some of the pictures of the food that I took on that day. Finally, its up!
Before this, I always thought that Chili's only serve hot and spicy food, now I know its not!
Here is the Chicken Sandwich.
Cut into half.
The size is really XXL. Damn huge for the portion of a person. XXL
This is their fajitas.
Great food, great company and I had a great time there~!
Posted by Chi Fei at 12:17 AM |