Monday, December 15, 2008


It is officially year end now and almost every shops are having sales.

You may see 30%, 50% or 70% off everywhere.
Buy this item get that item free.
Every shop, every store, every shopping mall are doing their year-end sales and everything is cheap right now.

Even a funeral parlour is joining in the fun.
Promotion period is from now until 31/12/08.
If you purchase an urn compartment, they will cremate you ABSOLUTELY FREE!

Hurry, die now and save $$$!!!

Thursday, November 20, 2008


I've got sooooo many negative comments from my previous posting "Angie in YearBook".
Freaky, look like ghost..... you name a few. Sob sob... :(

I think this posting would be better.
The templates are from this website
The steps are similar to YearBook.
Upload your own photos.
This is even more simple, no adjustment needed.
The person in below pictures is ME.
How do you think??

Thanks "Batman" for providing me this website!

Tuesday, November 18, 2008


I've visited my friend's blog and saw something very interesting.
See below are my pictures in the "olden age".

Angie in year 1950

Angie in year 1952

Angie in year 1958

Angie in year 1960

Angie in year 1966

Angie in year 1968
How are they?? Nice or scary???
Go to , upload your own photos and see how you look in the olden days.
Have fun!!!
Thanks Eng Cheong for providing me the website.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008


Xander Lee

LP Sew

YES, Xander Lee & LP Sew are wanted!!!!
A lot of you might like to know why, because they violate the dress code day rule!!!!!!
We were supposed to follow the dress code set by our lunch gang a week ago.
Dress code of the day was black top (shirt, T-shirt or blouse) with beige bottom (pants or skirt) as all of us have these 2 colours clothes then why not make a day special.
John and me sent out reminders a day before the Dress Code Day.
And see what happen, 2 persons didn't follow the rules.
The thing that made us pissed off was our friend - Xander Lee didn't follow the dress code but said this to my Buddy (John).... please visit this blog to see what was happening (Title: Tuesday Dress Code + Fantastic 4 + 2 Wanted).
Another blur lady (LP Sew) was wearing beige top with black bottom.
Meaning upside down la...
Both of them were boycott and not allowed to join the gang to lunch that day.
This is only one of the punishment.
The De Verdict is yet to be confirmed by the post mortem team.
Nobody tries nothing to break our lunch gang tie.
How dare you!!!

Ker Sing and me (The Leng Lui's)

John & Chin Teik (The Leng Chai's)

Here we have the Leng-Leng gang

Yup, this car was moving with the speed of 60km/h when this picture was taken.
Though the driver was able to smile so sweet to the camera.
Another skilled driver was born "CT Shoemaker".

Monday, November 3, 2008


你近视还是不近视, 看这图就可以测出来了

A non-shortsighted person can see it is Einstein
A shortsighted person can see it is Marilyn Monroe
When a non-shortsighted person narrows his/her eyes can see it is Marilyn Monroe
When a shortsighted person put on his/her spectacles can see it is Einstein and take off his/her spectacles can see it is Marilyn Monroe
Are you a shortsighted person?
This picture can test you out.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Thursday, October 16, 2008


Inside the £800m Dubai hotel boasting a £13,000-a-night suite and dolphins flown in from the South Pacific

By Daily Mail ReporterLast updated at 11:52 AM on 24th September 2008

It's the latest word in Gulf excess - a sprawling £800million resort boasting a £13,000-a-night suite and dolphins flown in from the South Pacific, all atop a palm tree-shaped island.. Environmentalists have long criticised both the island and some of the features of the Atlantis hotel, set to open tomorrow. Analysts wonder, separately, if global financial turmoil could someday crimp Dubai 's big tourist dreams. But Dubai is not blinking: the 113-acre resort on an artificial island off the Persian Gulf coast is among the city-state's biggest bets that tourism can help sustain its economy once regional oil profits stop flowing.

Fantasy island: The Atlantis hotel has been built on an artificial island off the coast of Dubai

Sea view: A bedroom looks onto the giant aquarium

Water pleasure: Journalists watch a stingray swimming in the aquarium at a press preview

'You don't build a billion-and-a-half dollar project just anywhere in the world,' said Alan Leibman, president and managing director of Kerzner International, the hotel operator that teamed with Dubai developer Nakheel on the resort. With its own oil reserves running dry, Dubai hopes to woo those eager to make money and those who know how to spend it - even as much of the global economy sours. For years, the emirate - one of seven semi-independent states that make up the United Arab Emirates - has been feverishly building skyscrapers and luxury hotels.

A swirling glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly graces one of the lobbies

Even the corridors are sumptuous

A key piece of the strategy has been to cultivate an image in the West as a sun-kissed tourist destination despite its soaring summer heat, conservative Muslim society and relative dearth of historic sites.
Fueling the interest are belief-defying projects such as an indoor ski slope, the as-yet-incomplete world's tallest skyscraper and a growing archipelago of man-made islands such as the Palm Jumeirah - the smallest of three such projects planned.
Much of the focus at Atlantis, modeled on a sister resort in the Bahamas , is on ocean-themed family entertainment.

Bathtime - with water cascading from high up in the ceiling

... Or you might prefer to soak up the splendours of the aquarium while you bathe
The resort contains a giant open-air tank with 65,000 fish, stingrays and other sea creatures and a dolphinarium with more than two dozen bottlenose dolphins flown in, amid controversy, from the Solomon Islands .
But the hotel's top floor aims squarely at the ultra-wealthy. A three-bedroom, three-bathroom suite complete with gold-leaf 18-seat dining table is on offer for £13,000 a night.
Dubai's development has long been criticized by environmental activists, who say the construction of artificial islands hurts coral reefs and even shifts water currents. They point to growing water and power consumption.

Special guest: One of the dolphins flown in from the far-off Pacific

A tourist takes a picture of her husband as he slides down the Leap of Faith chute at the Atlantis resort

Last year, environmental groups and some residents of the Solomon Islands protested the decision to sell the dolphins, plus the 30-hour plane flight needed to get them to Dubai .
Developers seem undaunted. For the moment, the resort shares the sprawling island only with rows of high-end houses and construction sites.. But other international names are set to move in.
Donald Trump plans to open a hotel straddling the center of the palm, and the storied QE2 ocean liner will become a hotel and a tourist attraction docked alongside the island tree's 'trunk'.
An 1,800-seat theatre nearby will house a permanent Cirque du Soleil show beginning in summer 2011.
'Palm Jumeirah in and of itself will become one of Dubai 's major tourist attractions,' said Joe Cita, chief executive of Nakheel's hotel division.
Boosting the number of attractions on the island will not only entice more visitors, he said, but also persuade them to spend more time and money in the city.
By 2010, Dubai aims to attract a staggering 10 million hotel visitors annually, up from about 7 million in 2007. Atlantis alone will increase the city's hotel capacity by 3 percent.

Fish food: Diners can also gaze at the stunning sea life in the giant aquarium

Colourful murals line the upper walls

So far, demand appears strong. The Middle East had the highest hotel occupancy rates in the world during the first half of the year, with Dubai leading the region at 85.3 percent, according to professional services firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.
Dubai also had the highest room rates in the region, although revenue growth is slowing, Deloitte noted.
Atlantis' backers are optimistic they can fill its 1,539 rooms despite the economic uncertainty wracking some of the world's richest economies. Their focus is on well-heeled travelers from Europe, Russia , Asia and elsewhere in the Middle East .

An alcove gives onto a quiet, discreet dining room

'People will still take family holidays,' Leibman said. ' Dubai is still good value when you're paying in pounds, (or) you're paying in euros.'
Nakheel and Kerzner are both privately held companies and do not release sales data. Leibman said demand from tour groups looks strong well into the first part of next year.
Yet Marios Maratheftis, head of regional research for the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan at Standard Chartered Bank in Dubai , said there is 'good reason' to be concerned that global financial problems could hit Dubai 's tourism industry. Nevertheless, he said, the city's long-term outlook remains positive.

The hi-tech entrance of Italian celebrity chef Giorgio Locatelli's restaurant at the hotel

Kerzner has grown increasingly close to Dubai in recent years. In 2006, the company took itself private in a ?2 billion deal partially bankrolled by a division of Nakheel's state-owned parent, Dubai World. Nakheel retains a large stake in the company.
Meanwhile, Nakheel's hotel division has expanded rapidly. The company's holdings include New York 's Mandarin Oriental, the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach , and the W Hotel in Washington .
Its parent also owns a minority stake in MGM Mirage Inc., and is teaming with the casino operator and Kerzner to build a massive multibillion-dollar casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
But don't expect to find roulette wheels at Dubai 's Atlantis. Islamic prohibitions against gambling ensure casinos remain off-limits.

Jumeira Palm Island seen from a helicopter. The Atlantis Hotel is in the distance

Luxury on tap: A view of the seven star Burj Al Arab Hotel and Palm Island Jumeirah and the Atlantis Hotel in the background

Sunday, October 12, 2008


No Pain No Gain... Accept the Pain, Future will be Fruitful...
Don't feel the work you are doing is pain, because there will be always a reason for that pain or work.
So face the pain, for the pain you face, there will be definitely happiness a head.