Saturday, June 28, 2008


Well recently i've been busy .. busy playing my playstation 3 thats it. And the game is call MGS4 (Metal Gear Solid 4) for those who own playstation, playstation 1, 2 or 3... Metal Gear is one of the most populor epic game around... for playstation it all started with Metal Gear Solid..where u play as Solid snake... very interesting story line when i first play it back in... years.. ago. Anyway the story continue on playstation 2 console for MGS2 and MGS3 ( where you play as naked snake.. sort of father of solid snake..) then the story move to psp and.. finally MGS4 on playstation 3. For more info of the series.. which is quite long.. read it here

As for here.. i just gonna psot some photo which i took while in action... (you got a camera in-game)

Snake with difference facecamo from left facecamo, classic MSG facepaint, young solid snake facepaint, Old snake (no facecamo) with solid eye.

One of the bosses (rage) quite a beauty (Beauty & the Beast)

After you beat her on her first form she will come to hug you

But be warned.. when she hug you.. your life will be drain!!

Action! action!.. kill and shot.. with camera ofcourse

Hold..! hands up, let me see what you got... ermm nice toys...

One of the bosses, vamp which cant die.. got my camera out while he was attacking me.. guess he doesnt like to be taken..

Wallpaper- Raiden (MGS2 main character) one of the hero of MGS4

PSP wallpaper- Old/Solid Snake

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Tree Shirt

Recently out of boredness i decicded to design some t-shirt based on malaysia plantation... i am not a fashion designer.. it is just for fun.

Rubber tree design

Coconut tree design

Palm tree design

Monday, June 9, 2008

Bali Pat-mase

Well the countdown is finish and here i am on the plan on my way to somewhere fun....

Well i got sit located next to the wings.. sigh...

Welcome drinks... taste quite nice tho.. mixed fruits..

My own bed....

My room with kinda forest view

My own private pool!

My private 'open' living roomand dining room .. with wifi

and my private jacuzzi.. nice

For more details, more photo just click on my wife's blog. I dont think it is necessary to do it twice.. since it is the same thing.. kinda waste of time doing it again...... ok i admit i am lazy to do it ok.. ? happy?.. just click here

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

78 sen wait..

Just now me n my wife were goin out for dinner and to our surprises.. the road is totally jammed everywhere we turn... for that moment i had no idea whats goin on untill we reaches near a petrol station... its seems like the whole KL car owners is out there getting thier car fill up.

So i text my sister izzit the petrol goin up and she reply yes for rm0.78 which means i calculated around 40%. Thus i decided to get my car fill up too.

After planning my route on which petrol station to go i finally on the right track. But it is packed even before i can see the petrol station signboard ( i think its about 1km ahead).

Looking at my watch (which is about 10.30pm) i say to myself.. about 1 1/2 hrs to go.. will i made it?.. If i reaches there and its on 12am will i look like an ass?.. So i decided to turn around and go home.

From The Star online

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi on Wednesday announced price hikes for petrol, diesel and electricity.

He said the new price for petrol is RM2.70 a litre, effective midnight tonight. The price goes up by 78sen from the current RM1.92, a hike of 40%.

Abdullah also announced that the price of diesel would be increased by RM1 from RM1.58 to RM2.58.

He also said that Tenaga Nasional Bhd would be raising electricity rates by 18% for homes and 26% for business users.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Craft shop

Some chinese bamboo painting

An old tinker shop

Red house

Church of St Francis Xavier

On 3rd January 1840, during the pontificate of the 254th pope, Gregory XVI (1831-1846), Malacca came under the jurisdiction of Bishop Courvezy, Apostolic Vicar of Siam, of the Paris Foreign Mission (MEP). It is one of the five districts of the MEP Mission of the Malay peninsula and Singapore.

In 1841, Frs JM Beurel and Paul Brigandet were sent to Malacca to open a Mission. They purchased a Dutch house within the old Fort area which became their residence and chapel. Efforts to begin the Mission failed mainly because of hostility and ecclesiastical disagreements from the Portuguese Mission. Without any success, Frs Beurel and Brigandet left Malacca. It must be understood that at this time, the Portuguese Mission (based in Macao) was already well established in Malacca with St Peter's Church as its main parish.

In 1845, Fr JB Boucho, Administrator of the Vicariate of Siam, assigned Frs Peter Favre and John Dastugue to make another attempt to start a new mission in Malacca. The year 1845 marked the 300th anniversary of the first arrival of St Francis Xavier to Malacca on 25th September 1545. The priests found 15 Catholics who were loyal to the Apostolic Vicar of Siam and they became the first parishioners of the new parish of St Francis Xavier, the great Apostle of the Indies and the Missions. The parish was established at the Dutch house purchased earlier.

Cheng Hoon Teng Temple.

Cheng Hoon Teng, which means Temple of Clear Clouds, was founded in the early 17th century (not sure exactly when, but some say 1645) by the Kapitan China Tay Kie Ki alias Tay Hong Yong. In addition to being the religious institution, the temple also served as the official administrative centre and court of justice of the Kapitans, which included Li Wei King, Chan Lak Kua and Chua Su Cheong.

One side of column in the entrance employs Cao-shu, a grass script style of Chinese calligraphy which was done by Robert van Gulik (1910-1967), a Dutch diplomat and authority on Chinese history and culture.

The main hall was first constructed in 1704 by Chan Ki Lock, and was rebuilt by Kapitan China Chua Su Cheong in 1801. The central altar is dedicated to Kuanyin, the goddess of mercy. To her left (in the worshippers' direction) is Ma Choo @ Ma Choe Poh, patron diety of fishermen, sailors and sea travellers. Next to her is the goddess of birth. On the far end is Kuan Kong. The diety with the gold face is Pau Sen Ta Tek, the god of welding.

Unlike other Chinese temples, the Cheng Hoon Teng does not employ door gods. Instead the doors are guarded by the famous Taoist monks, The Eight Immortals. At the outer gate are the Eight Immortals on the animals that they ride on. At the entrance to the main hall, the Eight Immortals are no longer shown as humans, but are instead symbolized as dragons with four claws. Within their claws are the Eight Immortals' instruments, namely the flute, knife, lotus and fan. These dragon representations are called Ar Enn Pak Sien, or Hidden Eight Immortals.

On the walls are the Eighteen Lorhans, now encased behind glass. Their depictions have almost disappeared under centuries of smoke. On the outside of the main hall are columns with gold calligraphy in cao-shu, a grass style script. It was written by Robert van Gulik (1910-1967), a Dutch diplomat and authority in Chinese culture and history.

Masjid Kampung Kling

he Masjid Kampong Kling, built in 1748, is one of the oldest mosques in Malaysia. The mosque is located on Malacca's busy north-south running Jalan Hang Lekiu, on the corner of Jalan Tanjong, or Temple Street, both filled with Chinese shop-houses. However, when Masjid Kampong Kling was erected, the neighborhood of Kampong Kling, which runs along the coast to the west of the Malacca River, was still primarily inhabited by South Indians or Klings. The multiple styles revealed in this mosque attest to the synchratic building tradition that flourished in Malacca, a major trading port in the fourteenth through the eighteenth centuries. Ps- To visit this mosque you will need to wear long pant.. esp women :)


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