OK, I am officially twenty-six. As what I have mentioned, I had nothing grandeur planned for my birthday. I followed my usual routine, wake up before 5PM, have a quick bite, go to the shower, brush my teeth, rush to the gym then head to work. But last night it was different.
Newly found friends at the gym invited me over to go to Sunway Pyramid to dine out. I have been killing myself cooking home food everyday to save and maybe it was time to spend some RM for some real dining.
Paul Rubens The Last Judgment is re-interpreted with a gay twist in Judgment Day by Troy Dunham, with photographer Jeff Eason for OUTAuction NYC 2009.
This is a private controlled environment. Poor people & other disturbing realities strictly prohibited. Thank you!
Last weekend, the house owner, Uncle Wong invited us to eat lunch with him. He usually goes to this place to eat. It is a typical Chinese restaurant that gets very very busy during lunch time. The budget for a 4-5 person meal is 150 RM. Just be sure to get someone who can speak local because you always to direct English instructions to the manager, if you don’t speak local.
“Vantage” is in-demand photographer Mark Nicdao’s first book of celebrity portraits taken from 2003 to present. Last March 6, 2011, an exhibit at Greenbelt 5′s Fashion Walk will feature 15 portraits in a silent auction. Measuring 30″ x 48″ and printed on canvas with a black frame, Mark says that these will never be printed again.
Char siew or char siu is a famous Cantonese cuisine where you prepare pork with several sauces, starch and ingredients. These boneless meat are put on skewered and cooked on an open oven or grill. The rest, I don’t know. Especially the dishes in English because as you would notice, I just made up their names out of their obvious and tangible ingredients.
I have always been a fan of street food. Around the area, you would find mamaks (authentic Malaysian cuisine) and other stalls along the road. This movable stall intrigued me how they cook their food – lok-lok.