Thursday, June 28, 2007


It's a sad day. Grandma's funeral just ended and I'm forced to go back teaching, followed by dinner in Yuen restaurant which leaves me totally no time to write in this blog. Now I'm finally able to spare out some time after taking one day rest for Friday. Anyway, here it comes...

First day of the funeral:

Waiting for the undertaker,
what to do now?

I'll leave this part as a continue from last title (Rest in peace, grandma) which was written while the whole family was waiting the undertaker to arrive (Rest in peace, grandma). After the arrival of the undertaker, everyone gets busy. The first thing is that we'll need to cover up every single thing that have a shining surface (window, door, painting, etc) with white paper or white cotton. Though I didn't know much why there's such rule, but Chinese tradition rules are always weird and incomprehensible anyway.

The first day ends after we put grandma into the coffin, set up some basic stuff such as the tent outside the house, the place to 插香 and the candles. In the night, before they leave the place, they ask told us that the and the candle must keep burning and should never be extinguish. Now the trouble arise: Who's going to do this? Everyone is so tired and needs some rest. Further more this is a job in the night. Out of sudden, everyone looked at me... Yeah yeah, I know I'm a night cat, so okay I'll take the job!

Well it sure sounds easy. All I need to do is just rep
lace the 香 and the candles when it almost extinguishes. But could you image that in the middle of the night, walk down stair alone, with the "na mor or li thor fo (repeats until no battery)" being sing by the small radio next to the coffin, and a corpse in it... Anyway I was able to accomplish the job by just thinking that grandma would do me a favour by not disturbing me (silly eh, isn't it).

Second and third day of the funeral:
Here's where all the things really begins. Nothing much happened through the day, except that there's some people coming to *see* grandma for the last time. People starts to gather up in the night (so many people), even my aunties from my mother's side also came! One of my rich cousin (somewhat far distance) hired some monk to do a prayer. This is really the first time for me to listen to a prayer that isn't from a radio. How to say, it is hard to describe, those prayer calms your heart, makes you felt that death is something everyone had to accept. Well that's for the first prayer, the second, third, and all the prayer on the next day are from the nun that provided along the service.

One thing about the prayer is that it is so long! And 3 times for the whole night! During the prayer everyone are to hold a 香 and sit on a ground. When the prayer starts, we are to sit there and wait for the 香 to be totally extinguish (else the prayer won't stop until then). I guess it would be rude to say this is boring, but AHH! My legs are totally numb after these prayers!

On the left: The "Bak Kam" collector.
On the right: The schedule of the whole funeral, undertaker now days damn efficient!

The forth
day of the funeral:
Today is the day to move the coffin to the graveyard, everyone are to wake up early in the morning, have some breakfast and prepares for all the things required (the picture on the left is the music player for the funeral, their music is much much louder than any school band). First is the prayers (again), followed by the sealing of the coffin, then prayers (more). After we are done with all the things, we are to grandma for the last *road*. We walked all the way from my house to Jalan Gasing (outside Raju restaurant). Along the way everyone (neighbourhood, customer in Raju, people around, etc) was looking at us (embarrassing...)! Even all the cars along the road also siam away (suddenly felt so noble...)! My sis even tell me that: "Now even 老佛爷 also must give way!". We then change the transport from foot to bus after passing the Raju restaurant.

After we reached the graveyard, we had another round of prayers, then followed by the moving of the coffin to the grave (next to my passed grandpa). When the coffin are being moved we are asked to turn around not to look at it (the photos on the left and right). After the coffin are moved into position, we are to give our final prayer to grandma, grab some soil and toss it into the hole (represents "rest in peace in the soil"), cross over a fire pit, and wash the face with some flower water (represents "wash away the bad things"). We went home after these.

When reached home, they've already taken down all the white paper and cotton (bloody efficent)! We are asked to wear red shirts to *ong* up the place! Oh yeah, we are finally able to wash our hair! We arn't allowed to wash our hair for the pass 2 days due to some unknown reason...

And here ends the whole funeral. Here I wish my grandma may found grandpa in heaven,
保佑 her childrens and grandcildrens (cucu cicir) in heaven, and may her rest in peace in heaven!

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Rest in peace, grandma

Today in the morning, I went out with Jason, WeiRen, JiaKen, and ZhenHong they all to do the medical check up for the university. Then after the check, we though of going to MidValley for the education fair. To be honest, this was by far the worst education fair I've ever attended, the whole thing isn't really helpful (other than getting another Segi College pen). We've only spend around 10 minutes in there and left the place.

After that, we went walk around MidValley
(pet shop!) waiting for time passes because we planed to have steamboat buffet in the night. Out of a sudden, a phone call from sis've ruined all the night plan. "Grandma has passed away, come back." Is what she said. With a moment of shock, the thing I need to do now is go back home, and Jason said that he'll cancel the buffet plan (I'm terribly sorry Jason).

Now that I'm back, saw aunt IV already taken down all the red stuffs in the house. The atmosphere is heavy (of course, who would be laughing at this moment). I heard that grandma was passed away at 4.30p.m, but anyway, now isn't really a good time for blogging, time to go help out at downstairs.

Wednesday, June 20, 2007


Yeap yeap, is the Dragon Boat Festival (端午节) again! As usual mom had made so many dumplings (粽子) for the family! I ate so many this year (more than 10 I guess). As usual, the dumplings made by mom are always the best! Well thanks to my new phone, I secretly took these pictures and made a lame equation out of it, enjoy!

Oh yeah, Today I were telling the stories of 屈原 to my dear students, I'm quite surprised that almost 90% of them don't even know why they have the 端午节 for and what we eat 粽子 for during 端午节! Oh dear, what are the parents now days doing! Aren't they supposed to be one telling these stories to their children instead of us teachers? Anyway thanks to that, I'm able to drag one whole moral period without having much trouble of *what I'm going to teach today* for moral lessons!

Monday, June 18, 2007

Happy birthday Foon Weng Lian

Well, though you didn't invite me for your birthday celebration (click here) and did make me somehow 不冷静 in front of the computer (I mean what the hell, call ChinLiang also dun call me!?).

Gah enough with the mumble, anyway you were one of my most reliable friend ever, you thinks deeply before taking action and always have the best result as possible; though sometimes it causes you to look like an wooden block (*cough* someone said it, not me!) but that's simply you! You are a good teacher, friend, brother, son, boyfriend since the first day I know you! Wish you have your wish to be granted in this special day.

Again, Happy Birthday!

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Father's Day

Again, it's Father's Day, and yet again, I failed to wish my dad a happy Father's Day. Seriously I do believe that there's some word that don't need to come out from the mouth, yet we all know that if those words were to came out from your mouth it would be much much more meaningful (Example of the year : *I love you*).

Anyway, dad, sorry for all the times that I've made you worried, though you don't show it, but it is written all over your face, I'll promise to more
听话 and will increase your worries in the future. My pay is coming in Julai, I'll surely treat you a delayed Father's Day dinner, so wait untill then!

Happy Father's Day,

Singlish vs English

Sometimes you could find some interesting stuffs when you are cleaning your junk mails! This is one of them, titled *Why Singlish is better than English*, enjoy!

When going shopping...

Britons: I'm sorry, Sir, but we don't seem to have the sweater you want in your size, but if you give me a moment, I can call the other outlet for u.
Sporean: No Stock!

When returning a call...
Britons: Hello, this is Mr Bean. Did anyone page for me a few moments ago?
Sporean: Hello, who page?

When someone is in the way...
Britons: Excuse me, I'll like to get by. Would u please make way?
Sporean: Lai, Siam! / Siam hor! / Siam lah! / Skius!

When someone offers to pay...
Britons: Hey, put your wallet away, this drink is on me.
Sporean: No nid.

When asking for permission...
Britons: Excuse me, do u think it's possible for me to enter through this door?
Sporean: (While pointing at the door) Can or not?

When asking to be excused...
Britons: If u would excuse me for a moment, I have to go to the gents/ladies. Please carry on without me, it would only take a moment.
Sporean: Go toilet. Cannot tahan oreddy.

When entertaining...
Britons: Please make yourself right at home
Sporean: Dun shy leh!

When doubting someone...
Britons: I dun recall u giving me the money.
Sporean: Where got?

When declining an offer...
Britons: I'd prefer not to do that if u dun mind.
Sporean: Do'waaaaaan

When deciding on a plan of action...
Britons: Wat do u propose we do now that the movie's sold out and all the restaurants are closed?
Sporean: So how? Go where?

When disagreeing a topic of conversation...
Britons: Err... Tom, I have to stop u there. I understand where u 're coming from, but I really have to disagree with what u said about the policy.
Sporean: Talk cock la, you!

When asking someone to lower their voice...
Britons: Excuse me, but could u please lower your voice, I'm trying to concentrate over here.
Sporean: Eh, tiam can or not?

When asking someone if he knows u...
Britons: Excuse me, but I noticed u staring at me for some time. Do I know u?
Sporean: See wat?

Friday, June 15, 2007

Happy birthday Joel

Well this message is sent to my good ol friend, Joel Thean for his 20th birthday today, sorry that I can't celebrate the happiness with you because of the stupid government was replacing the holiday on October Hari Raya (really stupid isn't it?) to tomorrow, if not I would've gone out whole night have fun with you! Anyway I guess you already have plenty today with Queenie right? Fufufu... I hope you won't ask for any *special* birthday present from her! *gua gua gua...*

Anyway 20 years old boy already! No longer a teenager! So is time to think of a right path for your future's sake! Too much playing is bad for health!

Again, Happy Birthday!

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Life of a teacher - Part IV

Recently I've been called back by YangFu to go back to the school to continued teaching in Chen Moh. How to say, seriously I don't really thinks that I'm in the mod of teaching now, there's so many things in my mind lining up to be solved such as the roads to UCTI (crap, I'm still figuring how to get there by car!), my private Warcraft project of Unholy Alliance IV with bunch of bugs found and implication of new systems, taking rests before university starts (tee hee...), gathering with old friends, and many many more!

And thanks to Chen Moh, all these plans need to be postponed to later or cancelled! Further more I need to face the students that I once thinks "Ah... Finally I don't need to face these demons anymore!" Yeap, those demons in 2C! Anyway (maybe?) I should thank YangFu after all since if she wasn't called for me, I won't get my W850i now (and thanks to that, I'm officially
broke), also, some income is better than money going out when YamCha after all. After all I do miss my great colleague (the pig fri- dog -end) and also, *cough* some of my students that I liked...

So, this short period of teaching from now until university starts lasts for around 2 weeks, god please bless me to be able to survive for this 2 weeks! Ormnitorfo...

Monday, June 11, 2007

The end of the deal

Things in the world are always so funny, when you are trying to get something you always ended up with something else, my case for example: I was trying to get a K800i, so I went to all these phone shops around ask for the price, this and that.

Now? I walk into the phone shop, asked for K800i I saw on the other day and guess what, it was sold! I was like arrrrgh what the *xxxx*! Then the shopkeeper tell me they have a 2nd hand W850i in stock, asked me intrested or not. So with a long hour of phone testing and such, I ended buying the W850i instead, funny eh?

Anyway, here's me and my W850i.

Now I offically declare that I'm dry now, so don't ask me to belanja or anything!

Sunday, June 10, 2007

To deal or not to deal

To deal with what? Well look at the picture above, yeah that's what to deal with! The Sony Ericsson K800i, my dream phone. Currently I have a few price in my mind.
  • RM 1330-1410 from shop, original.
  • RM 1000-1030 from shop, AP price.
  • RM 1,300 from ChooiYee's friend.
  • RM 1,000 from my sister when she want to chance to K810i (negotiable price? My sister after all!).
  • RM 900 from a 2nd hand phone shop, original, been used for 1 month, still in insurance.
Obviously the first and third choice is out due to my budget of of RM1,000 only. With further consideration by comparing the second and the fourth choice, of course I'll pick my sister's one since the one she's using the original phone and I don't need to buy the memory stick!

Now the remaining choice is the fourth and the fifth choice... If I were to take the fifth choice then I better make the decision fast, since other's won't wait for me to sell the phone! Help!!

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Scissors, paper, stone

Okay, I was so boring at the moment and suddenly think of some posting when taking photos taught by my cousin, she called the 3 posture scissors, paper, stone. So out of boredom, I turned on my webcam, tried the 3 posture, and was laughing like mad. Please don't feel offended, thinks that I'm a gay, feels that I need to see a doctor, or anything, it is just some lame photos I'm sharing with u all, and take a good laugh.


Again, I'm not gay or anything!


1k hit counts!
Wow, I just realise that my hit counts has passed 1k! Thanks for support guys!

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

New spec!

Wee, just went to get my new spec (finally, for wearing the current one for around 4 years already), and it is quite a cheap one I guess (RM130 for the metal, and free glass thanks to my auntie for buying a RM400+ spec in that shop and got a pair of free glass).

New spec features:
- light blue in colour
- frameless
- wide side metal compared to old one

For now I still aren't very get used to this new glass (+50 compared to old one), it feels kinda dizzy, can't differentiate the height of stairs or steps, almost pok kai on the road just now. Hopefully can get used to it in short time and, hope that I won't sleep on it or break it...

Monday, June 04, 2007


Well I'm somewhat busy these few days, so I can't keep up my updates as fast as before (even now the part for Fraser's Hill isn't complete yet). Anyway, I've went to this book fest in KLCC on Sunday, the day right after I came back from Fraser's Hill, with a tiring body that shivers in pain; however never regretted for going there!

Since Sunday was the last day for the book fest, I can't really afford to miss this chance! I force myself to woke up in the noon (around 1 o'clock) where I should sleeping for the whole day (usually did this when I'm back from any trip)! Jason is fetching me from my place to the LRT
station, then we (me, Jason, JiaKen) will be going there by LRT (going KLCC without using LRT on Sunday means something wrong with your peanut-size brain). We reach there around 2 o'clock and begins to check up the books.

The book fest is actually hosted in the KLCC Convention Centre, and it took 5 halls! You could somewhat image how many books were there. It took us 2 bucks to get into the place (kids with 18 and below and senior citizen with 60 and above is free). The book fest were split into few parts, China (2 halls), Taiwan (1 hall), Malaysia (1 hall) and Singapore (1 hall). The books in the China hall are mostly cheap and nice (made in China after all), while the books in Taiwan are slightly more expensive and written in 繁体字, Singapore and Malaysia hall got nothing much to say about it, they we selling electronic stuff (pen drive, ear phone, digital dictionary, Ogawa*cough*, etc) in a book fest! Oh yeah, I almost fainted when I saw a Harry Potter that was translated into Bahasa Melayu.

We took a short dinner break in KLCC, had the cheapest you can find there yet very expensive food compared to outside mamak stalls - Terriyaki Chicken. After the food we went back into the book fest and shops for more books. We stayed there until it close shop at 10 o'clock, we say WengSze there too, working as a counter helper.

And finally, we went for yam cha at the cheap mamak near JiaKen's place, then took a look into JiaKen's new laptop, and watched a few episode of Happy Tree Friends stored in my mp3. After that, it is finally the time to go back home and sleep!

Spending of the day:
Around RM120+, glad that I didn't withdraw too much money from the bank, if not the number really won't be this small.

Saturday, June 02, 2007

3 days 2 nights at Fraser's Hill

As the title said, I just came back from Fraser's Hill with a kiss from a princess leech and a hungry stomach (freaking hungry, I was typing this while having my dinner). Since there is so many things to write, I guess I'll start from a SMS from Jason that looks something like this: "From YeatHann: Jason, want to go up to Farser's Hill on Thursday? There is my area! If can, call a few friends and bring some snacks. We are having bbq, everything is free, my parents belanja." With a "Yes, I'm free on these few days" as answer, I received another SMS on few days later from YeatHann: "Come over to my house on Wednesday night to sleep before we depart next early morning. My house adress is..." And now the story starts with the Wednesday night.

30th May (Wednesday)
On the morning, Joel sent me a SMS asked me to wait at Taman Bahagia LRT station around 9 o'clock and he will bring AhLian and another girl (Elaine/SweeWen) to YeatHann's house, well nothing special happened except that when we went to fetch SweeWen, she asked us to turn right and left and ended with a BERHENTI sign in front of us! Anyway we get to fetch her in the end. When we are going to YeatHann's place, we were like lost in a maze and in the end need YeatHann's mother (we all called her auntie) came out to guide us the road. After we reached YeatHann's house we went out for yumcha. SweeWen brought her friend to the trip too (WeiEn, we all called her Queen later on) and that became our topic of the night: How she look like, tall, short, fat, skinny, with pimples, beautiful, and etc. Before we went to sleep me and AhLian was playing Magic cards and SweeWen was showing her skill on the school band by playing the piano in YeatHann's House; while Joel was adding some wicked stories using the piano music as background music. And finally we are off to sleep, everyone sleeps so fast that Joel was snoring like mad! With my beloved zen mp3, I managed to record down the lovely snore! Fufufu...

Me: "You are listening to Joel's snore~"
Joel: "Snore sn
ore snore..."
Me: "Chun leh!"

(Please turn your speaker louder as the voice is quite low.)

31st May (Thursday)
So in the morning, around 6 o'clock, my lovely hand phone alarm woke me up. When I go downstairs to wash my face, Jason is there with a panda face (he said he didn't sleep for the whole night). When the things are prepared (preparing food, pack up luggage, arrival of Joel's her, Queenie, and fetching SweeWen's friend, WeiEn), we may all finally start our journey to Fraser's Hill! We begin by having our breakfast nearby. The whole way to Fraser's Hill took around 2-3 hours (information by YeatHann's father, we all called him uncle). We split into 2 cars, car A driven by auntie with passenger Joel, Queenie, AhLian, and YeatHann; car B driven by uncle with passenger SweeWen, WeiEn, Jason and me. Along the way are mostly forest and hill roads, they scenery are very nice, especially when we pass by this big lake (or a dam, I'm not quite sure about it). Auntie's car stopped awhile to take some photos; while uncle's car continued the journey. After around 2 hours of sitting in the car, I've finally see the road sign for Fraser's Hill! Well the good thing is we are almost there, cool and refreshing air around us; and the bad thing is the way to get to our destination is scary! You'll see those places that landslide had happened before, narrow and sharp turning roads. Almost everyone's head is spinning for the last half hour. And so, finally, we reached our destination - a flat in Fraser's Hill, YeatHann's second home there!

(Here's a short video Joel took when we re
ached there)

Well we begins the day by resting, unpacking the stuff, and taking photos around. As I said earlier, the air there is cool, but due to the sunshine it seems to be hotter than expected. When everyone is rested and the things are unpacked, auntie made us some tasty lunch and then YeatHann brought us a short tour to the town (there is a short distance between the place we live to the town, around 1km distance I guess). Along the way we saw many beautiful flowers we can never see in the city (even there is, it will gone within 3 days), there's also a smoke house with many many rare flowers that I've never seen before! We've also visited this flower farm, strawberry farm, and a play ground near the town. There's also this boat-riding-stuff here, where you ride the boat like a bicycle and the boat will move, but sadly when we reached there they were closing, so guess we've missed a chance to ride the boat.

We took around 45 minutes to reach the town where it should be 15 minutes walk (of course, we took many side roads and stopped a many times to take photos and comparing a tree with a human). Hmph actually there is nothing much in the town, we plan to rent a bicycle to tour around more but since the renting price is RM6 per hour we gave up the idea. We took a short tea break in the town (showing happy tree friends series to the girls in the same time, guaguagua...), shopping (brought an army bandana), and taking photos with the famous clock tower. Now, trouble arise! Queenie seems to get sick due to the low temperature, tired of the walking along the way, the happy tree friends, and the food (Roti Arab, some big round roti, very tasty!), so we had no choice but to seek help around. Luckily YeatHann knows the people around here and got us a van transport and brought us home.

We plan to have the BBQ for the dinner in the first night, but because uncle had went back to Puchong due to some problem and the weather isn't very nice, we postponed the BBQ to the next day and auntie made us some dinner instead (curry chicken, tomato fish, and rice). Oh yeah, not to forget that we saw many many rare bugs that we can never see in the city, the bio students (Joel and AhLian) named it one by one, and the rarest we saw is a bug called "Longhorn", they said it can be sell for 70 bucks! But in the end we didn't catch it after all.

Now the fun part begins, chewing kuaci while watching CiewKapMouDekJionMunYan, p
laying Liar, ChorDaiDee (here's the time WeiEn got her *LuiWong/Queen* gelaran due to her staright winning in card games), and eating snacks. Ah, we all thought of this funny phenomenon that the time is passing slowly! After all the games and shows and we were quite tired, then we realise that it is only around 12 o'clock (strange isn't it, time always seems to be pass faster when we are in the city). Anyway we all went to sleep around 3 o'clock, not to forget that Jason snores (again), and of course, I recorded his snore as well! *evil laugh*

Me: "You are now listening to Jason's volcano"
Jason: "Snore snore snore..."
Me: "Scary shit oh!"

(Please turn your speaker louder as the voice is quite low.)

1st June (Friday)
In the morning, I was awaken by Jason's volcanic eruption (snore) and couldn't get back into sleep, I whacked him few times but it only stopped for few seconds, so it left me no choice but to change my bed, and sleep outside the sofa. A few minutes after I changed my place, Queenie woke up too (seems like I'm not the only snoring victim, most probably Joel's snore woke her up). She went to brush her teeth, then I realise that I haven't brush my teeth before I slept! So after she's done and slept to another sofa, I woke up and brush my teeth. Guess what, after I finished brushing my teeth and went back to sleep in the sofa, I heard some slig
ht snoring, not from Jason, nor from Joel, so... I don't know!

Anyway we all woke up around 10 o'clock, played a few rounds of mahjong, have our breakfast and lunch (fried rice, with the material chopped by Joel, and the girls, while fried by chief Foon), auntie brought us to walk around the place that we haven't visited on the day before. There's a little different in the path we took compared to yesterday. Auntie said that there were a shortcut, instead of walking all along the roads so we all agreed to use the shortcut (which is my most regretted agreement made on the trip). The shortcut is some sort of jungle tracking path (looks like Bukit Gasing), the only different is that there is so many leech! We all were shouting "Ahhh! Leech!!" "Shit! Leech!!" "Awo! Awo! Awo! Leech!!" all along the way!

After the *leech's path* and a few minutes walking, we've reached the horse riding ground. When we've reached there, I felt a sudden itchiness on my leg, so I take out my shoe and socks, and SHIT! I saw a leech! Look at the fat leech after sucking my blood! Jason told me that "You can't kill a leech even u step on it, you have to use a rock or something." And thanks to his idea, guess what's the result of the damn leech? I took a rock and smashed on it, the blood inside its body split out like a water balon; and it is not yet dead! It is still moving! Then I took another rock with a smooth surface, put the rock on the leech, and drag the rock as hard as possible. The result of it? The leech had become a black line on the ground, oh yeah!

Okay enough with the leech, a few of us had some horse riding while I'm killing the leech. After that, we went to the archery ground nearby, since the place had almost closed down, we only able to place for awhile (20 arrows only, 2-3 arrows per person). It is so fun! First time in my life I get to feel how an archer feels like. After the archery training, the weather starts to turn bad - rain! So we are stuck in a cabin near the archery ground. With nothing to do, me and Joel were playing some monkey tricks there.
and Finally the rain stopped and we are on the way to go back and prepare the barbecue! We starting the things by me and AhLian starting the fire (first time in my life to start a barbecue fire without using a fire starter! Uncle teaches us many things on these stuff) with SweeWenWeiEn helping out. Joel and Queenie were playing his *kicking shuttlecock* with the locals around, Jason were riding the bicycle with no breaks. YeatHann and his parents were preparing the barbecue materials. The fire finally started, and we started baking the stuff! The initial fire were very *powerful*, many chicken were over burnt because of that, but nevermind, we forced Joel to ate all the burnt chicken because of not helping out! *evil laugh* Finally a few chicken were cooked, and glad to announce that I had the first piece of the chicken! It is so so delicious!

The sky is turning dark, and the air starts to turn really cold, you can see that we all were trying to heat ourself up with the barbecue pit in the picture. After the food, we played some games like the "请你跟我这样做" and "辣辣寿司边个吃", these games really brought back some memories of the old time. Thank god nobody thought of playing stripping there, if not all of us would turn into ice sticks!

After cleaning up the barbecue stuffs, we went back into the house and have our bath (finally) while uncle was sharing some of this experience with us (aka grandpa stories), watching TV (Shrek) and played poker (again) until around 3 o'clock and went to sleep.

2nd June (Saturday)
Today is the last day we stayed in Fraser's Hill! Well the day begins with Joel's recording of Jason's snore (learned from me!), and taking photo of AhLian sleeping (look carefully, there's someone beside!), let's enjoy the short video here first!
After everyone has woke up, we went out for lunch, it is a starwberry-farm-restaurant, the only starberry food u can get there is a strawberry juice, we ate fried rice fried mee there insted (weird eh?) Anyway after the lunch we are going to have our last to visit in Fraser's Hill, the waterfall!

After around a half hour ride, we finally reached the famous waterfall in Fraser's hill! Look, Fraser's hill = high ground = cold place, and water from Fraser's hill = high ground water = cold water. I'm not kidding, the water is freezing cold, from he picture you can see that I was screaming because of the cold water! When we reached there we've already saw a few people were shaking because of the cold! However that doesn't stop us from getting into the water! Especially when there's such a beautiful waterfall in front of us! What can you do with a waterfall? For examples look to the pictre on the right, you can do Marry Go Round with it, or running from one side to another, have some showcase of "monk under the waterfall", "Superman under the waterfall", etc...

After we had enough with the waterfall (really can't stay there for too long, or you would ended becoming an ice cube), we started another project of "Kim and the mutant twins brother"! Frist, we've seen people get buried when they lying on a ground, but have you ever seen a person get buriend when he is sitting on a ground? And look at here! Here's one fine example of getting buriend when sitting on the ground! And the funny thing is I made a cute pig face at the front, and WeiEn made an cute pig take on the back, then Joel and AhLian made the 4 pig legs on the side, that's why we called it the "merged twins of Kim and pig"! Anyway, some short video is always better than thousand words!

And here's the breakout of the Kim!

Oh yeah, there's a side product of this "Kim and the mutant twins brother" project, which is the giant foot on the left! How is this produced? Since on the progress of burying, we need sand, so we took the sand nearby, so we dig and dig, a foot shaped hole appeared unconsciously, then AhLian go dig out the holes for the toes and it look exactly like a giant human foot print!

After we are finally tired, hungry, felt like resting, we went back to the house and have the Nasi Lemak we packed earlier in the strawberry restraunt and started packing to go back!

Hmmph, I guess I'm done here, this is really a fantastic trip ever! I really hope that I have the chance to go there again if I've given the chance because there's few things we've missed during the trip (slept too much and we are lack of time to enjoy all the stuff there, and most of the facilities there are closed around 5 o'clock... The M peoples need to do prayer).

Some afterwords:
Again, many of us felt that the time is moving slower when we are in Fraser's hill (last time was during the another waterfall trip with MeiTing and her grandparents)! I really think that we should give this syndrome a name like "slowed time out of cities syndrome" or something like "dimention out of cities syndrome"! Don't you agrees too?

My many thanks to:
Yeat Hann - for inviting us to join the fun
Yeat Hann's parents - for the transport, barbecue, and the place to sleep

For more photos, please view my photo album, under tag 2007fraser