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A life I live is a story, what's done is done. Where it goes from here is totally up to me. I write my own ending.

Thursday, 10 September 2009

Jasmin just got the groove~~

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This vids is taken on the 4th of September at my mom house when suddenly Jasmin really showing off her walking skill. Thank God because Su-Cha is around to capture the moment. (Thanks a lot Ica for your nice effort and thanks a lot to the new phone...!!haha..very useful maybe someday can borrow from you..)

(P/S:I am very happy for her and hopes that she'll be able to walk fully by this coming Hari Raya Aidilfitri.. woooohhooo!! GO!GO! JASMIN!!)

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Loving 9


Both China and Japan have strong feelings about the number nine. Those feelings just happen to be on opposite ends of the spectrum. The Chinese pulled out all the stops to celebrate their lucky number eight during last year's Summer Olympics, ringing the games in at 8 p.m. on 08/08/08.

What many might not realize is that nine comes in second on their list of auspicious digits and is associated with long life, due to how similar its pronunciation is to the local word for long-lasting (eight sounds like wealth).

Historically, ancient Chinese emperors associated themselves closely with the number nine, which appeared prominently in architecture and royal dress, often in the form of nine fearsome dragons. The imperial dynasties were so convinced of the power of the number nine that the palace complex at Beijing's Forbidden City is rumored to have been built with 9,999 rooms.

Japanese emperors would have never worn a robe with nine dragons, however.
In Japanese, the word for nine is a homophone for the word for suffering, so the number is considered highly unlucky - second only to four, which sounds like death.
Many Japanese will go so far as to avoid room numbers including nine at hotels or hospitals, if the building planners haven't already eliminated them altogether.

**Source: Yahoo


Wednesday, 2 September 2009

Happy 52nd Birthday Malaysia ! ! !


Saya harap tidak terlambat untuk saya ucapkan selamat menyambut hari kemerdekaan kepada negara Malaysia (yang tercinta; walaupun saya rasa sudah 2hb Sept pada hari ini, "...lambatnya saya...") Tetapi walaubagaimanapun awal-awal lagi saya telah 'on'kan lagu Bahtera Merdeka agar sahabat-sahabat dapat 'layanzz' lagi mood kemerdekaan ini.


Merdeka ! Merdeka ! Merdeka !

~Rakyat didahulukan, pencapaian diutamakan~



Kenapa saya suka **rumah saya (**rumah = Malaysia):


1. Sebab dia dah merdeka...

2. Sebab dia beeeessstttt... (macam dalam iklan petronas)

3. Sebab dia aman dan permai

4. Sebab ada ramai kawan-kawan

5. Sebab ada banyak makanan sedap-sedap

6. Sebab dia memang beessttt...

7. Pendek kata 'Hujan emas di negeri orang, hujan batu di negeri sendiri, baik lagi di negeri sendiri'

8. Sebab... kalau nak ikutkan tak tersenarai kenapa saya bangga tinggal di Malaysia. Oleh itu, lu pikirlah sendiri ! ! ! (sendiri paham sudeeehh)

9. Sebab .... (Please fill in the blank)

10. Sebab .... (Please fill in the blank)



Salam Merdeka.......


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