Tuesday, August 31, 2010

thank you malaysia!...

hello... people!

it's been 2 weeks... hah! anyhow leave a side the long awaited blog post that i supposed to post it earlier. not even a single post on this ramadhan month yet. as we are still in the celebration mood of 'independence day', i guess there's more than important thingy to be spread out~

It Happened to Me, It Could Happen to You

by Lau Chee Kin on Tuesday, August 31, 2010 at 8:14pm

The typical Merdeka Eve night started with an urge to watch the fireworks celebration in KLCC ended up in a racist attack by a group of teenagers. So, me and a friend of mine thought of a good solution to avoid the traffic jam in that area by walking from the office in Jalan Imbi through Pavillion, to Jalan Kia Peng through Convention Center to KLCC.

Sounds like an ideal plan as the path is a frequent walkway and is even advertised in Pavillion as 'Bridge to KLCC' (just to note that we didnt go into any dark alley).

At 10.15pm, we started walking towards Pavillion, stopped to get a drink at Starbucks and proceeded ahead. As we walk, we came across people from various races and foreign tourists along the way.

On Jalan Kia Peng, we walked past Novotel Hotel, Hakka Restaurant, Menara HLA and was reaching the junction of Jalan Pinang when a group of about 10 teenage Malay youngsters walking from the opposite direction. They looked like typical youths, giggling and talking to each other.

As we walked past them, suddenly one of them turned around and started to make a flying kick to my friend. Noticing the 'fun' he is having, his other friends started to do the same to me. It was so sudden and all I was thinking at the moment was, "What the hell did we do to them?"

Both of us ended up kneeling on the ground for a moment before more kicks and punches came flying in. Even though both of us had our tripod strapped across our shoulder, we were too shocked to react to it. Eventually one punch landed right on my right forehead and I started to bleed profusely. Seeing that they eventually stopped and walked away. WALKED AWAY, damn it. They were not even afraid to run but just WALKED AWAY like winning a game or something. The last thing I remember hearing from one of them was "Baliklah ke negara asal".

Imagine hearing this statement on Merdeka Eve.

*read more here

i feel so sorry of what had happened to lau chee kin... those guys are just the 'kurang hajor' type of people who ruined our "beloved" country :(

thanks to marcus and caroljit for sharing this on fb. and to everyone out there, please be safe no matter where you are ☮

Sunday, August 15, 2010

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Thursday, August 12, 2010

sorry sorry

to my 'adik-adik bloggers' qiefly [vogue ke akak?] and justin bieber [see, i called you justin bieber instead... hiks!], please be patience, occay(?)... my blog post will be out soon. its just that i haven't complete editing and watermark-ing some of the pics yet. well, at the meantime~

so bro, did i make you all smile now *winks*

i really hope that you people enjoy the video/performance hmmm... probably bloggers can dance too at nuffnang events in the future! *glurp* what do you all think nuffnangers?

well if you like to see me dance, watch more here, or here. take note that part of my current line dance favourite is strong baby ;)

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

need help from penangites!!!...

first of all, congratulations to dD for winning the best costume title at the lg cookie monster party organized by nuffnang recently. what i could say here is that its really worth your effort!


and thank god with the blog post this morning i saw on fb, i realized that i haven't ready myself for the perfect 10 masquerade line dance party 2010, organized by my lǎoshī, i might be attending.

so since the party is going to be held in penang island, i doubt that i would better look for costume shops there. i am in the mid of trying to search for them online, but it simply ain't easy... i will be very grateful if any of you penangites could recommend me of where i should head to. please leave notes in the comment box or email me.

the thingy is i lurveeeee costume party. i grabbed one of the best dressed title at the christmas line dance party i joined last year ;)


not just that, i also adore dressing up... for a very simple example, i was at an indian wedding not too long ago~ so 'saree' it is! more pics can be viewed here :))

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

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Tuesday, August 03, 2010

kids don't lie

alright, i posted this in my facebook status last week. but then on a second thought, i guess maybe its better if i share it with my blog readers too... ;)

i eventually don't wanna get into the basket and carry it myself (as in 'masuk bakul and angkat sendiri' ler...);

but what to do when it is true: lil' puteri, a youngest student at silver line studio called me "kakak" (big sister). well i corrected lil' puteri by saying that i can be called as auntie too like the other co-founder.

and you all know what lil' puteri told me then?... "tapi macam 'kakak' (but you are just like a big sister)!...", she replied with a kinda blurr face *glurp*

so what do you think people. to a school friend, that was sweet, which can be called as a real compliment. nevertheless kids don't lie... hiks! :)