Showing posts from November, 2006

Da Shugga Daddie Party: Success!

The Shugga Daddie Party was a Tremendous Success! Even though there was a guest & alcohol ban ... Security opened the sliding main doors for our guests & showed them to our room... The RA turned a blind eye but gave us till 12am to finish up... Every1 came & was merry... It was an unbelievable night! Pictures from the Party: Da Shugga Daddy & PIMP Generating Hype Prior to the Party Taka, a guest from Japan, is also in the picture. There was also a ghost in the background...   The Beer Fridge It is compulsory for guests to help themselves to any beer in the fridge or snacks on the counter above the fridge   The Bar (Mixer) Fridge The fridge with supplies for mixing drinks for the guests There are actually more juices & fizzy drinks still in their pastic bags under the bar!   Our Proud Collection (our Green Label Johnny Walker was not served) Guests are under strick orders to finish all of the above   Mr Bartender & Mr Dominic fr

I Served Mahathir Lunch!

On the 7th of November 2006, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, the Malaysian immediate past prime minister, was in Wellington, New Zealand... And guess what? I Served him lunch! --------------------------------- Venue: Istana Malaysia Restaurant, Allen St, Wellington CBD. Time: 2pm --------------------------------- Plenty of pictures were taken that day, but due to lack of skill, most are unpresentable... However, here are some good pictures from that day: The Seat of Honour Mahathir's Seat at the VIP Table Istana Malaysia Interior Rostrum, VIP Table & Smartly Dressed Guests   The People Who Worked Hard To Make the Lunch A Success We Slaved For Hours the Night Before to Prepare For the Day   The Floor Staff The Waiters who Served... From Left: Nina, Myself (The Handsome Guest Waiter), Kai, Mary (Manager), Nesa & Fauzi   Kitchen Staff Those who Cooked & Garnished From Left: Danny (Owner/Chef), Murty (Chef), Morgan (Chef) & Norse (Gu


During my school experience in Clyde Quay School, i had the privilage of observing a peotry writing lesson. The exercise: Finish a peom starting with "as the moon wakes". I decided to write one too... tell me wad u think! =) -------------------------------------------- As the moon wakes, all is silhouette The lady is red appears in my head I cant see her face but know does my heart her beauty and grace is beyond disgrace Oh do I long for beauty and grace Oh how I desire to adore her face Yet glimpses i get as short as a breath of beauty and grace beyond disgrace Her shiny hair flows like the oceans Her glowing skin excites like a flame You beckon for me yet meet we cannot For all is silhouette, the girl of my dreams...

Released At Last!

4.30pm, Monday, 6th of November , was the time of great release... The red sea of Trimester 2 was parted and the slaves were taken from slavery & captivity in the Egypt of chasing assignment deadlines & stupying for exams to freedom in the promise land of the well deserved holidays! Before my release, I had... 1. Exam Our first & last exam was at 9.30am on Monday, 30 October. 2 hr torture of "LING221: Sociolinguistics" During the 2hrs... I SPENT 30 mins of it in the toilet having relieving myself on the throne! DANK! therefore, i did nt have the time to properly elaborate on my answers... hoping for a B at least... found out later that i cud actually ask for an aggregate pass or sumtin like that... bt nah... i think i will do better than a pass despite the circumstances! =) Nesa looking more relieved after handing in the paper than i looked when i came out of the toilet! =) We crawled out of the lecture hall... We werent

Football: Malaysia vs Indonesia Friendly

Malaysia played Indonesia 3pm today at Rotterdam St Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand. The Malaysian team in their cool bright orange jersy looked a little nervous playing away on Indonesian home ground. Malaysia trashed Indonesia last year on Malaysian home ground, the Boyd Wilson Stadium, but with a new line-up on both sides predicting the result is quite difficult. In the first half, both teams had similar chances on goal & posession of the ball... and quite fairly there were no goals. The Malaysian team made a lot of mistakes as their unfamiliarity with the pitch stood out. Passess were too short, touches unclean & players hesitating... The Indonesians were naturally familiar with the grounds & were very active running around making tackles & intercepting passess. The first half ended with both teams needing rest from a half hour long contest. The second half was a very different matter. The Indonesians seem to have lost their steam. Their players were not playing a

B.Ed. TESOL Halloween & Farewell Party

Just a few hours ago the Victoria University of Wellington B.Ed. TESOL Cohort 2 completed a successful Halloween & Farewell Party at Tulsi Restaurant , Cuba Mall. The purpose of the party was mainly to appreciate the Cohort 1 as well as celebrate their 2 years in Wellington with a great big bang! =) The party was a great success partly because me, "RaaaaTak" the Mummy, was an amazing Master of Ceremony or Host of the party. =) We started the night off with speeches from Vilo, Intan & Jonathan Newton. (In that order.) Then, moved on to performances from Aimi, Fauzi & Afzan as well as Shiela & Mass while enjoying our entrees. Then, we had our buffet dinner. After dinner, each member of the Cohort 2 will give an assigned member of Cohort 1 a gift. Therefore, in the end, each of Cohort 1 gets a gift. We also took the moment to acknowledge Kak Intan, Jai & Tasha for their contribution to the Cohort 2. We began the end with a group photo s