Dinner @ Super Tanker, Damansara Kim

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I thought I would never have a few slices of the best char siew ever again after my trip to Macau.

Double boiled soup with the best-est of the best ingredients.


Iberico Pork (Char Siew). Each piece just melts in your mouth, it makes you hate the red coloured ‘char siew’ so, so much. I never liked that kinda char siew.
THIS is what char siew should look like.

My first yee sang for CNY 2014. It’s pretty late actually, since we often do reviews before Christmas arrives. It looks a lil’ more dull than the usual yee sangs, but hey.. No artificial food colouring. Good for you.

First Day of 2014

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So it’s 31st of December, 2013. Shall I do the mandatory ‘Achievements of 2013’? Yeah, why not.. I’d rather call them the highlights of 2013 though.


Deirdre and I did our second shoot together, photographed by Elaine Chooi.

Ate the most expensive slice of melon and orange for dessert at Kampachi.
RM75 for the melon, RM15 for the Keenakan orange.

Went to my first rave with Michelle Hor – We Love Asia 2013. That spells out Yolanda Be Cool, by the way.

Photographed one of my favourite girliest gamer friend, Chloe.

Attended Garena Carnival 2013 with my team, Mystical Angels where we hosted a showmatch against public gamers.
From left: Me, Chloe, Su Ann, Shirly and Sammy
Just a note, I’m no longer in Mystical Angels cause I’m going to study in NZ already.

Oh god, I even had a banner in the forum. Christ..


Learnt to make my own sushi during my stay at the PJ Hilton.


Went to ASOT 600. I skipped the next day’s FMFA though. 2nd rave! D: Well, come to think of it, I don’t find them as euphoric as it has been described by friends.
Photo by FMFA’s Facebook


My first trip on my own without family. I went there with Chloe. I took quite a lot of film shots here.. Check it out.


Went to Bali straight after my Singapore trip.

We had the most amazing stay at Diwangkara Holiday Villa. We were skinny dipping in our private pool every night because it was just so, so hot..
Day 1Day 2Day 3

Did my very first.. Bikini Hair Removal session …..

Did a shoot with Nicholas when he was starting to get more buff. (Album)


I did a shoot with Jolin when she just dyed her hair turquoise. (Album)

She’s like a short haired Hatsune Miku.

Thanks to Samsung Malaysia and Manoah Consulting, I had a great opportunity to review the Samsung Galaxy S4 for a few months! I said goodbye to my Samsung S2 almost instantly.. 😛

It’s also the month I finally bleached my hair, again. (Link)



I did a shoot for Phat Culture. A first for everything huh? This was my first fashion shoot.

For our school project, we visited PPKKCTM to do some art pieces with them.

OMG, I discovered the most amazing snack to eat during class too. Friggin’ cheesy fries for RM6. Swear, it’s the best thing I’ve ever discovered in Jaya One.


For Garena League of Legends Anniversary, I cosplayed as Nurse Akali as a favour. I had my best friend to accompany me.. I had quite a lot of haters on me that day. As much as people who supported me, so I was alright. I appreciate my supporters and my friends.

My favourite self shot of the month


Mum took me to Macau on the weekend before my birthday. On the job. LOL, not that I mind.

On my birthday, I had to go to school to finish up a college project. I don’t even….

My second fashion shoot. This time, with Tongue in Chic, featuring Annatasha Saifol.

A photograph I took that I absolutely love. I cannot not put this photo in this blog entry..

My special way of taking pictures with my classmates.


I actually managed to do a 30 Day Self Shoot Challenge.. D:

Did another hunk shoot with Nicholas. This time, with his cousins too. (Album)

Did a short shoot with Nicole, which turned out majorly a failure.. This is probably the best photo I took that day..

Learnt how to bake my own red bean buns. (Link)

Watched the finale of Windchimes in a Bakery in the cinema. LOL. Everyone cried, I swear. (Link)

Started to do self shoot more regularly.

Really, more often.


Had a lovely time learning basic makeup stuff from Mr. Tanabe.. And I’ve come to realize that I look like a big ass ape with thicker eyebrows. (Link)

I had an opportunity to test drive a Honda City Hybrid for 3 Days 2 Nights! (Link)

More self shoots

Back in Singapore again. (Link)

Did a shoot with Vania. (Link)

Our last special panorama photo together before Bryan left for UK.


Ate the most amazing Vietnamese baguette sandwiches. (Link)

Greatest achievement of the year. Just go read the blog entry. Go. NOW. (Link)

Oh my, Hennessy Artistry was so long ago??

Self shoots


Self shoots has been a thing for me.

Got a chance to attend the launch of Beaubox, AND review it. (Link)

And then, I got to review the Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite. Oh god, what a mouthful ! (Link)


Went to the FMFA Pre-Party with DJ Chuckie.. Not that I’ve heard DJ Chuckie play long enough.. (Link)

Dee’s party was the biggest deal of course.. (Link)

Went to Singapore the next day after Dee’s birthday party and stayed for 2 weeks to do my visa. (Link | Link) Swear, I was so broke..

Self shoots.

Had my most expensive scrambled eggs ever.. (Link)

Did a shoot with Serene on the last day of 2013, my childhood friend. Known her for as long as I could remember.. Roughly 16 years.

That’s a wrap up for my 2013. What about yours?

Maison Francaise, KL

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I don’t have much to say about this place.. It’s extremely expensive for someone my age. White table cloths, beautiful decor, a pool and a floor upstairs for private functions.

Just look at that beautiful setting.

They had interesting paintings hanging on their walls for sale too. These paintings here are inspired by the ‘Tank Man‘ at the Tiananmen Square protest.


This has to be one of the most expensive scrambled eggs I’ve ever eaten in my life. RM220 for the eggs and half a teaspoon of the caviar on top. Christ..

Mum and I went to Maison almost a month ago, so I don’t really remember all of the items. This was probably from their Christmas Menu.

Grilled Duck Breast with orange sauce (RM98)

Maison Francaise

5 Jalan Changkat Kia Peng
50450 Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia

Tel: 03 21441474


Christmas Eve

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Being back home feels weird.. Going back to my same ol’ daily routine feels even weirder. On the bright side, I got off my lazy bum and did a short shoot while construction men across the street stared at me in confusion. I couldn’t care less about them, if I didn’t do the shoot today, I’d never get off my Battlefield 4 long enough to do it on other days. Hence, the grumpy face and simple photographs maybe..


This little creature was circling above me last night. It finally stayed put on the fridge long enough for me to photograph it.

Yesterday, I didn’t manage to change my driving license.. The queue was just insane. There were 200 people before me (And 300 after me). I just don’t wanna waste the time to wait. But mum and I manage to eat A&W for lunch.. Wasn’t the best choice but the root beer float made everything better.

Hardys Wine Pairing Lunch With James Halliday

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Sometime last month, I followed Sidney to a wine pairing lunch at Mandarin Oriental, KL.

It was an exclusive luncheon because James Halliday, a famous Australian wine writer and critic was present to share with us stories about winery, history about how Australia got into the wine industry and so on.

Eileen Hardy Chardonnay 2008

Cantonese Delights
Appetizer platter of deep fried money bag, chilled Australian abalone with “Hunan Province” spices, peking duck crepe with Hoi Sin sauce and Steamed Hoikkado scallop with black diamond sauce.
When I saw the menu, I thought it was pretty extraordinary. It was a fusion 3 course menu of international cuisine.
The food was alright (I liked the scallop the most), paired with Eileen Hardt Chardonnay 2008. The Chardonnay was fantastic. It was my favourite wine out of the 3, probably because of it’s light citrus flavours.

No doubt, the Chardonnay was my favourite. (Damn, can’t get enough of my dual camera mode on my S4)Prawn Nasi Goreng paired with Thomas Hardy Cabernet Sauvignon 2006
It was quite weird to have wine with local cuisine. The wine was great, no doubt in that but I’m not used to pairing hot nasi goreng with a glass of red.


Jasper Grilled Lamb Cutlet served with thyme jus, ratatouille and parmesan potatoes
The lamb was slightly on the tough side, but paired with the Eileen Hardy Shiraz 2004, it was slightly better. I absolutely loved the ratatouille and the parmasan potatoes. Yum.

You could read Fish’s blog entry about the luncheon. It’s much more elaborate compared to mine.

In my most honest opinion, I found the wine stunning, especially the Chardonnays (I’m starting to prefer white wines now. Probably influenced by my mum.) But till now, I can’t quite comprehend the pairing of the food with the beautiful glasses of wine I had. Even Halliday clarified he didn’t quite agree with the menu, haha. It was definitely an interesting luncheon for me.