星期六晚上 那兒都不想去 也無法入睡
看著電視機 持續在發呆 喝了七分醉
閉上了眼睛 試著不想妳 但已來不及
Thursday, August 30, 2007
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
I'm planning to leave earlier than when I was supposed to leave. My last day in the company would be on the 2nd November. I will probably be leaving one week earlier. So that means I'll still have 7 days of annual leave to clear.
I've been checking on Air Asia, but damn it...there's no discounts on the flight tickets. It is so so so damn expensive. I guess the only person that can pay for my tour and will be available to go with me would be my beloved mummy.
Been checking on the tour packages to Hong Kong, China, Korea (yes, again!) and Taiwan. Been comparing the price between these few places. The most reasonable tour would be Taiwan, I guess. 7 Days of Taiwan tour only costs RM1999. While 5 Days Hong Kong Disneyland + ShenZhen already costs RM1999. Taiwan is more affordable as most of the meals are provided and for Hong Kong, most of the meals are not provided. As everyone is aware, eating in Hong Kong is definitely not cheap.
I should be visiting the Matta Fair which will be held on the 7th - 9th September to check out some good deal. Anyone has any plan to go anywhere? Please do let me know.
Saturday, August 25, 2007
Down the memory lane by Lisan at 8/25/2007 11:50:00 PM
Anyway, back to the restaurant. It has not much difference between the TGI Friday's, Chili's Grill & Bar and also Tony Roma's except that it has a strong Australia outback theme. Menu items are largely named after places in Australia, including the Ayers Rock Strip, Alice Springs Chicken, and Rockhampton Ribeye.
Thursday, August 23, 2007
It has been close to 2 years I've been maintaining this blog. Guess this is one the longest hobby that I ever have apart from surfing the net. I used to have a few blog which I just created and never maintained it like the Yahoo 360°, Multiply, Windows Live Space and the Friendster's blog.
I'm a very curious type of person. I always want to find out what is new and interesting in this cyber space. That is the reason why I have created so many accounts to find out which blog provider can actually "satisfy" my need. Today I have created another account under LiveJournal. Yes I know. LiveJournal is not something new but I have not explore to this site before and thought why not I just create an account and see what they can provide.
The reasons why I'm still using Blogger is because it has a simple and pretty straight forward interface. It does not serve any other purposes other than letting you publishing a post entry to your blog. Multiply and Windows Live Space offer more than blogging service. It is more like a combination of Blogger and Friendster, where you can add your friends in to your account. Sometimes it is just too overloaded with information when you login. It takes some time for me to actually search for the link to add the link. Unlike Blogger where you can just click on the +New Post link right after you login. For others, you will actually need to click here and there just to write a post.
Well, still not so sure how user-friendly can this LiveJournal be. Just need to spend some time on it to get use to it I guess. Will I be closing down this blog and "migrate" to LiveJournal? Not sure. Will announce when I'm ready.
Down the memory lane by Lisan at 8/23/2007 10:47:00 AM
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
LKC and I were actually planning to go to Malacca on last weekend. Thought of asking Fei Pin, Chun Nee, Cheng Ghee and others to join, but none of them was free. So had to cancel the trip. Better wait till everyone is free to go. It's nicer to go in a group than just two of us. The more the merrier it seems.
Guess there won't be any holiday for me this year. LKC just joined the new company, it's not so nice for him to apply leave during probation period. And I'll be joining new company also in November. Don't dream of getting holiday in the year end. Need to save the annual leave for Chinese New Year. Oh...it's so upsetting to think about this.
Down the memory lane by Lisan at 8/21/2007 11:24:00 PM
Received a newsletter from the World Vision about the 30 Hour Famine:Hungry for Hope. So you must be asking what is this Famine about? Here is the definition:-
Here are the 10 reasons why you must not miss the 30-Hour Famine:
2. Learn about Rights – Rights of Children! Yes, children have rights too!
3. Meet a Field Expert from World Vision China. You will learn how you’ve helped.
5. Help people who are affected/infected by HIV/AIDS.
6. Meet and make new friends – there will be more than 5,000 "Famine fighters".
7. Help us fill the stadium and break a record! Stadium Putra is one of the largest stadiums in Malaysia.
8. Be part of the global Famine movement – that’s 1.5 million people in 12 countries.
9. Get front-row seats to an explosive free concert featuring Fish Leong, Nicholas Teo, Daniel Lee and others (applicable to West Malaysia Famine only).
10. Know that you helped to build a better world for children.
If you are interested to get involve, click here.
| : 15 & 16 Sept 2007 |
: Stadium Putra, Bukit Jalil
: 12:00 noon on Saturday until 6:00pm on Sunday
|For Academic Organisations |
Distribution of Donation Cards
Last Date for Return of Donation Cards
For Members of the Public
Distribution of Donation Cards
Last Date for Return of Donation Cards
: 15 Apr to 15 Jul 2007
: 31 Jul 2007
: 15 Jun to 20 Aug 2007
: 26 Aug 2007
The registration closes on 26th August 2006. Act now!
Down the memory lane by Lisan at 8/21/2007 09:10:00 AM
Sunday, August 19, 2007
I think I should get back to my work out now. I've been very lazy going to the Celebrity ever since LKC came over to KL. I'll only go there once a week the most. Before LKC was here, I was so addicted to the dance classes. I went there almost everyday and after the classes, I would just grab some cherry tomatoes or drank milo as my dinner. But this has not been happening for the past one month. I've been taking heavy dinner almost every day. Sigh...it takes forever to loose weight, but it takes just a short period of one month to put on weight. It's so upsetting.
I'll need to start a diet-plan now. Here's what I'm planning to do:-
- a cup of yogurt
- a muesli bar
- sweet corn
- cut fruits
- milo + cereal
Down the memory lane by Lisan at 8/19/2007 11:28:00 PM
Saturday, August 18, 2007
We arrived there at around 8pm and never expected the place was so packed. I had to drive around the restaurant twice just to find the parking. The first thing that you managed to find in the restaurant is the aquariums. You can find different kind of seafood in these aquariums. Like the geoduck, Australian Lobster, snow crab, Alaska king crab, snails, clams, prawns, African abalone, oysters and different types of fish like soon hok, garoupa and etc.
Kai Lan in two variety
Pantai Seafood Restaurant
Lot 13575, Jalan Cempaka,
PJU 6A, Kampung Sungai Kayu Ara,
47400 Petaling Jaya,
They have another branch located at the Section 13, Petaling Jaya. Next to the Nissan showroom nearby the old Bulatan University.
Cafe and Rest. Fresh Unique Seafood 23
Lot 9B-3, Jalan Kemajuan,
46200 Petaling Jaya,
Down the memory lane by Lisan at 8/18/2007 11:27:00 PM
Monday, August 13, 2007
It's so hard to earn 1 million, no doubt 8 millions. So I was happily joking with LKC last night saying that what if I strike the lottery and won 8 millions. What will be the first thing I will do? Of course I will not publicly tell everyone that I strike the lottery, maybe will share my happiness with one or two close friends.
First thing I will do is of course deposit all the money in to the bank. Once I deposited, if it's lost, it's still the bank's responsibility to pay me back. Next I will buy a house, a double-storey costs around 200k - 300k will be enough and get my car change. Maybe a Honda Jazz will be good enough.
Next, I will tender my resignation letter with 24 hours notice. I do not need to worry so much this time. How cool it is when you throw the resignation letter to your boss and when he asks why, you'll just reply "Ngor fatt jor tatt" (I'm rich now). Hahaha...so happy. No more giving all the lame excuses or reasons for leaving the company. If the boss still wants to ask somemore, then I can tell him that I want to buy over your company and you will work for me. Wahahaha...so happy.
It's so upsetting to see this on Monday morning. Someone has strike the lottery. What is left now is only 1 million. What is more upsetting is knowing that my dream only lasted for 1 night. Never mind I still can aim for the Mega TOTO 6/52, which worth more than 5 millions. Leow Lisan...dream on...
Down the memory lane by Lisan at 8/13/2007 10:31:00 AM
Saturday, August 04, 2007
Things got changed after I received the feedback from my bosses on another project that I was doing besides Maybank. My bosses will never bothered whether you know how to solve the issue or not or whether you have any knowledge on the project that you are going to do or not. They will simply put you in there and let you survive on your own. It is good in a way as I got to learn and understand it faster than anyone else as extra efforts need to be put in there. Things turn to bad when I got stucked, not sure how to move on and there is no one I could refer to. Working in the Basis area for 2 years is still considered very junior and my knowledge is still very limited. Sometimes I need to have some seniors around to at least give me some advices on how to proceed.
Back to the project, there is one thing that I was supposed to do and I also found the way to do it. But I wasn't so sure whether there's anything I need to take care of before doing that. So I sent an email to my bosses telling them that I need their advice on this and also requested to have a senior to do this with me (though I know that it's impossible). They just gave me the green light to proceed this on myself. The project did not perform successfully. I'm not sure whether it's a lucky thing or not. We need to re-schedule the time to do it all over again and this time I requested to my boss again that I need to have a senior to do with me as I want to get things done for once and for all. Finally I'm allowed to have a senior to do it with me this time (as they can't charge the customer again and again if things got screwed up).
I got very fed up when the same things happen again and again. Why can't they change? What's the purpose of getting our feedback during review when they're not going to change it? Before I walked in to the big boss's room, I had already prepared myself on all the questions that are going to come out from his mouth.
Most of the things that he said are those common things like why are you leaving, I gave you so many opportunities, you've established yourself in this company, I had sent you to so many trainings...blah, blah, blah...yada...yada...yada. There are few things that he said actually surprised me, like one of the question he asked was "Did you tell anyone about your increment last year?" Then I told him I told my two seniors. He said that they were telling everyone about my increment. So what if they really tell everyone. I didn't find the increment was a lot. Some people got even higher than me.
Another thing that was really surprised me was he was telling me that "not every bosses will like you". I really appreciate that you actually like me but you won't whether my new boss will like me or not. He might like me like you do or even more than you do.
He was telling me that he was planning to give me bonus this month and he was thinking whether to pull it out or not. Duh...excuse me. If you feel like giving it, then go ahead. If you don't feel like giving it to me, which I think I'm deserved for it, please don't let me know. What are you trying to tell me? You made me feel that you're very sarcastic person. Because I'm leaving, I do not deserved for the bonus that I earned last year?
Sigh, he kept on asking me to reconsider. If I would to reconsider, I should have done it even before I tendered the letter. I'm not sure how many more times I will be called back to have a conversation with him and other bosses. Just wish me luck...
Down the memory lane by Lisan at 8/04/2007 10:48:00 PM
Wednesday, August 01, 2007
Was listening to Gwen Stefani's The Sweet Escape album and there's a song titled Wind It Up (Harajuku Lovers Live Version). At the same time, received a newsletter from Maxis and at the corner of the newsletter, there is a Harajuku Doll Contest.
To what I understand from the small "research" I did, Harajuku is famous for the "cosplaying" (meaning "costume" or "roleplaying"). Well, it's not a common thing to do "cosplaying" in Malaysia here and people will look at you one kind even if you're just dressing up a little bit more "special". Taiwan is getting more famous on this "cosplaying" thingy right now. Got to know about this from the Guess Guess Guess show.
By the way, anyone interested in going to Gwen Stefani's concert? Feel like going but LKC is not interested in this kind of music. Kinda addicted to her songs lately...
I know I've been a real bad girl
I didn't mean for you to get hurt
Forever, we can make it better
Tell me boy, now wouldn't that be sweet?
Down the memory lane by Lisan at 8/01/2007 10:25:00 AM