Tuesday, 18 December 2012

It's Xmas time!!!!!

weeeeee,,,,,6 day before xmas...i'm so excited....but this year of Christmas, it's a first time i celebrate Christmas without family,,,,,so sad :-(...but never mind,,,,,January 2013 i'm coming home,,,,hohoho.......in this post, i want to share about Christmas celebration,,,,jumit singen bak kongsi ko....hehe..

Christmas is a Christian holiday in memory Jesus Christ's birth and most people celebrate the day on December 25. There are many ways to celebrate Christmas and people in different countries blend their cultural traditions with more universal Christmas celebrations. it is common for many households to have decorated Christmas trees, either real or fake. Christmas Day is a special day for children who receive gifts that they have been longing for.  Many children believe in Santa Claus, or Father Christmas, a figure who is believed to provide Christmas presents to children. Many churches have special Christmas Day services, some of which include choirs, joyous singing, and meet-and-greet opportunities after the church services. Many churches are beautifully decorated.

Jingle bell, Jingle bell, Jingle bell rock,
Jingle bell swing and jingle bells ring
Snowing and blowing up bushels of fun
Now the jingle hop has begun

Jingle bell, Jingle bell, Jingle bell rock,
Jingle bells chime in jingle bell time
Dancing and prancing in Jingle Bell Square
In the frosty air.

What a bright time, it's the right time
The rock the night away

Jingle bell time is a swell time
To go gliding in a one-horse sleigh
Giddy-up jingle horse, pick up your feet
Jingle around the clock

Mix and a mingle in the jingling feet
That's the jingle bell
That's the jingle bell
That's the jingle bell rock 

Santa Claus....

Christmas tree with gift..

Monday, 17 December 2012

Melanau Delicacies

ermm,,,,today, i want to introduce about melanau traditional foods,,selamat membaca,,...:)

Melanau had a variety of traditional foods. but the famous food which all the Melanau like it, which is traditional Umai ( Melanau Sashimi ). The umai is made by the raw fish. Mostly the fishermen use red fish to make umai as it tastes sweet. The fish must be fresh and still half alive as it flesh will be tender, sweet and tasty. There is the way how to make it. The fish must be cut precisely to get ride of its bone and skin. The flesh is the most essential ingredients for making the Umai. Then, it will mix up with the one cup of slice onions, two cups of lime juice, 3 spoons of chillies and lastly the crush of grounds peanut.

Ingredients to make Umai...

Not only Umai, Linut also being famous as the staple food for the Melanaus. It is made from the sago palm trees. The sago flour is mix it up with hot water. And it will form a clump of glue and continuously mix it up with hot water and the final results, it is appear sticky and solid as glue. Linut best eaten with the chilli prawn paste while it is still hot.


Sago is a little tiny sago which being made manually by hand. They are best being eaten with dry fish, curry and Umai. The taste of sago is salty and creamy. It can replace rice as it have high carbohydrates levels and good for diabetics. 


Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Hell's Door Turkeministan

wow,,,this is interesting stranges places....if u don't believe it, go to HELL la...hehe...it's located in the Kara-Kum desert of Turkmenistan is the village of Darvaza (Derweze) near to where, in 1971, a team of Soviet prospectors allegedly drilled into a large chamber filled with natural gas. The roof of the cavern collapsed leaving a crater-like sinkhole some 25 metres deep with a diameter of approximately 60 - 70 metres. It soon became evident that natural gas was still rising into the crater from even deeper sources and the story goes that the decision was made to ignite the emissions rather than risk either a concentrated build-up of gas or local poisoning. According to various sources it has burned continuously since then and has apparently been named “The Gate to Hell” by the local people. However, another source that spoke with the guides from the region claims that it is a wholly natural phenomenon.


It is most impressive at night and the glow from its flames can be seen miles away.

 The inside of the crater is black from carbon build up and the heat is so intense that it is only possible to stay near the edge for a few minutes.


A man was in his yard mowing the grass when his blonde neighbour came out of the house and went straight to the mailbox. She opened it then slammed it shut stormed back in the house. A little later she came out of her house again went to the mail box and again opened it, slammed it shut again. Angrily, back into the house she went. As the man was getting ready to edge the lawn, she came out again, marched to the mailbox, opened it and then slammed it closed harder than ever. Puzzled by her actions the man asked her, "Is something wrong?" To which she replied, "There certainly is!" My stupid new computer keeps saying. "You've Got Mail."

yeah,,,,,mail, mail....!!!


Mental Patients...

John and David were both patients in a Mental Hospital. One day, while they were walking , they passed the hospital swimming pool and John suddenly dove into the deep end. He sank to the bottom of the pool and pulling John out. The medical director came to know of David's heroic act. He immediately ordered that David be discharged from the hospital as he now considered him to be OK. The doctor said, David, we have good news and bad news for you! The good news is that we are going to discharge you because you have regained your sanity. Since you were able to jump in and save another patient, you must be mentally stable. The bad news is that the patient that you saved hung himself in the bathroom and died after all." David replied, "Doctor, John didn't hang himself. I hung him there to dry."

Monday, 26 November 2012

Mukah Kaul Festival

halo,,,,this is about melanau traditional games.....:p

Kaul is a traditional festival celebrated by the Melanau living along the coast of Sarawak. In the past, Kaul was looked upon as a religious ceremony to appease the spirits of the sea, land, forest and farm making it the most important festival in the Melanau calender. The festival is a ritual of purification and thanksgiving as well as one of the propitiation for good fortune. Its marks the beginning of the Melanau calender which begins at the end of the Northeast monsoon. Kaul takes place in third week of the month of April every year. The festival site is on the right bank of the Mukah river estuary. During a week festival, the organiser has line up many activities which include ethnic stalls selling traditional foods, entertaiment programs, traditional games and the highlight will be Serahang (decorated flat round basket made from sago leaf which raise on a bamboo pole) procession lead by local Melanaus' community leader. Some of the activities that not to be missed include DIY the Giant Swing (Tibow) and enjoying the Melanau's traditional food serve on the log (Keman Baw Bateng @ Makan Beradat).

Tibou. This is a twenty foot high giant swing, a traditional game of Melanau people.

Pisak Tibow or Giant Swing

Giant Swing


Yesterday is Sunday...of cause lh because today is Monday..haha..wait..wait..I want to story about my activity yesterday...Yesterday block Angsana 1 have arrange the program for student from A1.The activities that  arrange on this program is explorace, bola jaring and sukaneka...I'm in explorace team...hehe...for my group, we have only 4 members...in explorace, we must finish 4 check point,,,,huhu...but,our group only  on 5 position from 8 group...huhu...erm,,,,never mind,,,it's okay because we also get the saguhati hampers...haha...ermm,,there are some photo of our group members...enjoy.....^-^

Le-a, Zila and Daha...

Me, Daha. and Zila..

Me and hamper saguhati....:-)haha..

Sunday, 25 November 2012

erm,,,sorry long time not see...hehehe..I would like to story about my activities on 24/11 on Saturday...at 11 a.m, my friend an I waiting for the bus at bus stop kolej angsana. We plan to watch the Twilight breaking dawn part 2 movie at Setia City Mall....this movie is very interesting...We are enjoyed  watch this movie...:)

Friday, 5 October 2012


Hai....hai....today, I would like to share about my horoscope ...

October 2012

This is an important month for your career, dear Aquarius. You're likely to uncover new goals and attitudes, and you are likely to work hard at achieving some of your more realistic dreams. You are entering a long-term cycle that will be with you until 2015 in which you are likely to reassess your career and standing, realigning your attitudes to better serve your purpose. Circumstances conspire to remind you of the importance of structure, responsibility, and reputation in your life. Many of you will be making changes in the coming years so that your career path better reflects the principles closest to your heart. Nevertheless, your social life is likely to be especially active in October. Mid-month brings new energy for educational and travel pursuits, as well as important and helpful connections. Write, speak, and generally keep in touch with others. Publishing and speaking opportunities can present themselves.

Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Ermmm,,,,Firstly, this new blog is create by  me as this is the MGT417 assignment....Huh,,,it's difficult for me to create this blog because this is the first time I create a blog...hehehehe....I learned a lot from my friend to create this blog....tQ friends,,,,huhu...erm,,,,this assignment also be presented...and I try to post a new activity before a date of submission...:-)...