Friday, July 11, 2014

Toilet Fees

In west Malaysia, there's toll fees, in Sabah, there's toilet fees. (Not sure about Sarawak)

This is one of the most ridiculous fees that I'm paying, every sabahan paying.
In Sabah, most public toilets and shopping malls (except for City Mall so far) has toilet fees, RM0.30 on average. 

It's kinda troublesome every time you have to take out your wallet, search for coins to pay them and you don't even know where the money goes? and by that I meant the toilet workers may slip it into their own pocket instead of giving the full amount to their company.

I don't mind paying for a clean hygienic toilet, but some of these public toilets' cleanliness is so below par. Wet and dirty walls, leaking waters, not functioning flush, broken doors, stinky odours, moldy floors and corners, how dare they collect from us. Even worst, some toilets look like they have never been washed for years!!! Unlike toilets that I've visited in KL, they are mostly clean, dry and high class too, and visitors don't need to pay a single cent!

One more thing about public toilet, dark, unhygienic footprints are found on the bidet toilet seat! EEEEEEEEWWWWW!

What the heck is wrong with these women!!! 
(I wonder if this happens in the men's loo too.)

Every toilet has both bidet and squat toilet! For heaven's sake, choose the Squat toilet if you want to squat!!! Don't squat on bidet toilet!!! I seriously can't stand these women, we're of the same species, please be considerate towards each other.

Filthy toilet and their fees, one of the things that I hate the most.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Another Running Man fan.

I remember my brother watching Running Man every friday night, when I first watched it(Big Bang episode), I find it quite interesting, they chased each other, and somehow the show brought me back to my childhood memories of playing "bubut-bubut", a sabahan language of saying chasing. And this ripping off name tags thing, something about it fascinates me, it's so new, so fresh, and never seen before in any other variety show. 

As I watched a few more episodes, I started to understand their relationship with each other and I grew fond of the show! Ever since then, I became a huge fan!

I personally LOVE this picture of them, it's also one of my favorite episode(98).

However, the show's ratings is declining recently, and I don't like where is this going. Especially this year, their ratings (according to wikipedia) so far had never reach 20%, the highest is 17.4%, the episode which they had the games given by a hong kong fan girl.

I thought that the Australia trip or the Indonesia trip would boost their ratings, but it turned out to be so-so. And this year, their ratings drop until below 10%, which is quite disappointing, it is the mafia episode. This has never happened to previous years before(except for 2010 and 2011).

There are a few things that I don't like about Running Man and i think which also cause the ratings to decline.

1. Repeating games.
I guess that after 4 years of broadcasting, the producers ran out of idea.
For example like episode 196, they time travel back to the previous episodes.
Not a brilliant idea.

And both of these, they appeared too often. Seriously!

2. Too much of talking scene.

This is one of the worst episode, prosecutor and suspect, they talked too much.

Same goes to the mafia episode.

and I hate Yoo Jae Suk. He talked way too much.

I feel like wanna slap him in the face and tell him to shut up in this episode (195).
Producers, please, no more MC Jae Suk in the future episode, I just don't like him being the main character.

Other reasons also include too many unnecessary scenes, like when they are in the car, overly repeated footage to create suspense, sometimes it can reach up to 5 repeating scenes from different camera angle. Skipping scenes is also a problem, it feels like we're missing something. I don't like that, if you know that they are too many games, cut it short. Don't make us audience curious as hell when we watch the skipped footage you show for seconds. Oh, and repeating guest within a short period of time is also not encouraged.  

Okay, enough criticism, let's go for some of my favorite episodes.

As long as there are Monday Couple scenes, that's gonna be my favorite episode. =)

Episode 163

Episode 137

Don't you just adore them being together? *melting*

Next is the Zombie episode. Episode 98. In this episode, the monday couple won =)

Episode 155 This episode is loosely based on Jay Chow's movie, Secret. Dark secrets unfold in this episode.

Episode 181 The secret couple Romeo and Juliet!

Episode 188 Running Man in Australia, loving the kangaroo costume, especially the little pouch with little kangaroo in it! It make them look so cute.

Okay, this is going on without an end, I'm gonna stop here so that my post won't be too lengthy.
Can't wait for next week episode Ji Hyo as princess Snow White!
Hopefully, the producers will come up with better games in the future.

a loyal fan from Malaysia.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014





Thursday, May 1, 2014


今天难得放假,本来想和妈妈去看Spiderman 2, 谁知,戏票全卖光光。
结果到Tg. Aru 去吃 RM4.00 的 ABC,好吃又值得!





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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Imma fashionista!

I realize that I'm becoming a monthly blogger, oh lazy me...

Ok straight to the main topic.
I'm currently taking fashion design short course, it is 10 weeks long, twice a week in SIA.

I learn basic things like pattern drafting, figure drawing and handling a sewing machine.
I was taught to make a dress from scratch!
I'm tellin ya, it wasn't easy, it's now my 3rd class and I still haven't finish my blouse yet.

Pattern drafting can be really tiring as you have to keep bending your body to draw and cut out the pattern. The sewing part is fun, but can be troublesome at times, I didn't know how to control the pedal of the machine. Enough babbling, let's take a look of what I did.

Pattern drafting

figure drawing

Tada! My first blouse, I know, it has a lot of flaws, 
but hey, this is my first time! There's a first time for everything right? 
Dress making is still a long way to go. 
I'll post the complete set when it's done. 

Oh, this is just something extra, hehe, 
my mum's first attempt on curling my hair, it wasn't that bad though.

To be frank, I kinda grew fond of fashion design after attending a few classes, hopefully I'll become a successful seamstress one day =)

That's all for my monthly report. Adios!

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

SPM vs University

It's getting towards the end of the first quarter of the year now, and the SPM/STPM students just got their results last week. For those who scored flying colour grades, congratulation; for those who did not did so well, do not fret, I'm about to share something valuable. So take heed.

SPM is not the end of your study life, it's the beginning. It's just like the word commencement, it means graduation ceremony but at the same time, it also meant the beginning.

In the chinese culture, we are always afraid of getting left behind, "kiasu" is the appropriate word to describe these people. They wanted to get a good head start in front of everyone else, since young, children were sent to various tuition in order to excel and stand out among the others.

You can't apply this in your after SPM life. Some students were so eager to continue their study that they go for the December or January intake right after SPM.   In the western country, students take a gap year where they can work or take part in any voluntary before they go for further studies. They make good use of this year to really think of what they really wanted to do.

Now back to the main topic, why is that not getting good grades is not necessarily a bad thing?

I'm a university student, and I've seen many cases of Straight As students flunk all their subject, I've seen 10% of science student change course to Art stream, I've also seen student with only 1 A in ther SPM, but now taking master in Physics.

Why did these scenarios transpired?

They are a few factors.

1. The standard of SPM is really low compared to university's. In uni, A+ really means 90 above. When I was in secondary, I always get C in my chemistry, but I got an A in SPM. 

2. In uni, you don't have a full guidance on how to do our homework/assignments. I still remember our Pendidikan Moral, we were taught to follow many rules in writing a good essay. That's why, when some students don't have guidance, they can't perform well, thanks to our Spoon Feeding education system.

3. The subjects also played important role in the grades. In secondary school, different type of students were force to take different type of subjects, this is why some of them can't score well. Like myself, I hated Add maths, I did badly, but in uni, I love sociology and I did very excellently.

4. The student himself/herself is another factor. Some students, when they enter uni life, they were affected by the environment. It depends on themselves on how they want to manage their time, financial, and student life.

I'm not saying that getting good grades in SPM is a bad thing, in fact it's the crucial key to enter your desired uni and get scholarships. It's a good thing. Just bear in mind that, you need to score consistently in every exam, or else your scholarship will be withdrawn.

To those who haven't thought of what you wanted to do, take your time, think about it, don't let your decision made by your relatives, your parents or even the society's pressure. Don't do engineering because your friends are doing it. I've read an article recently, engineering graduates applying for gym trainer jobs, not 1, but a lot. This is such a sad case. Hence, while thinking of what you really want, you may also want to consider the current job trend in order to avoid cases that I mentioned.

I hope this will help some of the still confused SPM leavers out there.
Au revoir!