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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

How 2008 Rocked Us

[I'll try and keep this short.]

2008 has been a memorable year. The world has undoubtedly begun its process of changing itself, for better or for worse.

2 Batai 2008 (Review)
School's been really weird this year. Many unexpected things turned up. People went nuts for no specific reasons.

Okay, there's just too many odd events to list out. July's one is the best.

Leap for Joy
There were countless unique things about this year. Firstly, it was a leap year!! Yay, let's all leap with joy!!! I planned to make this extra day (Feb 29, obviously) memorable by trying to ring the alarm in my house. This would surely make me the most famous kid on the block. I'd be renowned for the authenticity of my idea and the nickname "The Kid Who Cried Wolf" would be bestowed upon me with pride. Nobody would remember it anyway after 3 years. There is no anniversary for this child's play.

Political Catastrophe
You can't call it a political tsunami after all. The effects and even the aftermath is devastating. The victims (BN) have not fully recovered from their losses yet, which is great to country. DEMOCRATS RULE.

Call it THE Political Joke, A Comic Strip.

And.....what could be worse than OPPOSITION NOT TAKING OVER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT????? I was hoping like mad hours before 916!!!!

Nation's Progress Report

Natural Disasters
We were hit with many staggering truths about our changing world. Blue is the "new green" that we must also conserve. We have been faced with many natural disasters this year, with the rising number of earthquakes and all. The year ended (in my country) with a landslide in Bukit Antarabangsa, killing several people.

Silkie's Lost
Silkie got lost in July and was miraculously found again on September 28. [Pictures of Silkie.] During her "lost period", I think I've came across to everyone as really odd. Muttons[Restaurant Luck]....

I poked fun at an essay. Very unusual as this was based on "scientific facts".

Pantai Restaurant
This is probably one of the worst meals this year. Luckily, it was saved by my aunt's great humour.
Too Much

080808 Beijing Olympics
China managed to obtain a staggering 51 gold medals, the 34th medal being the one won against Malaysia's very own Lee Chong Wei. Chong Wei still made it into Malaysia's records as being the first to earn the country a medal in the Olympics. He was granted Datukship (similar to that of the British knighthood) later. On the same day as China's 34th golden achievement, Michael Phelps, the world's greatest contemporary swimmer, broke the previous record when he obtained his 8th gold medal, beating Mark Spitz, a former swimming champion too. I followed Alexandria to Petrosains on the same day. The Beijing Olympics closing ceremony was just as spectacular as the opening ceremony.

School's Competitive Stand
On the same day as the Olympics closing ceremony, my school went for a choir competition. Not surprisingly, Seafield emerged as the champion. Ever since the Scrabble competition, everything has to get tangled up with Seafield. Sigh.

Scrabble Scabs
Thanks to my mum and Khoo Ghee Ken, my whole mind is completely distorted with thoughts of Scrabble now. The competition on the 19th of April has accelerated the changing of my perspective on the world. I only started looking through my scrabble options after joining 2 back-to-back tournaments (held one week after the other) : the MSA National Youth Scrabble Championship and MSA National Scrabble Tournament (Open). Those weren't even my plans in the beginning. Truth be told, I had no idea my mum signed me up for those.

As for the "Scabs", you ask? Read this. The last few paragraphs suck. Big time.

Epoch-making Moments
Opposing Malaysia's political status is America. Their nation has by large proven that race is not an obstacle to be a leader. President-elect Barack Obama has not only crossed the barrier of race but surpassed all expectations throughout the campaign leading to the election. He has immortalized himself by becoming America's 44th president and the first black president.


A Great Trip
I want to go back to Changsha.

Last but not least,



Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Nation's Progress Report

Hey guys, seeing that the political status in our country is ticking off again, I would like to poke some fun at ourselves. Mind you, no offense intended here. I decided to write this now, especially when trivial [not to mention controversial] issues are appearing on the front cover almost everyday for the past few weeks.

Let's start all the way from the beginning, shall we?

In the threshold of year 2008, the nation has seen many little kids gone missing. Up till now, none of them [or their bodies, say, they're dead....] have been recovered. Even the case is long forgotten. Professional police / bar council? Bah!! It seems that children went missing to welcome the general elections.

March 8 2008
An epoch-making day. This was the day that the power of democracy exceeded the corrupted government's expectations. 5 states were won over by the opposition and the dominating government which stood tall and menacing for the past 50 years lost their 2/3 majority (such was the cowardice of citizens last time). Selangor, Perak, Kedah, Kelantan and Penang were the 5 lucky states whose people stood united against the current government. Unfortunately thought, Barisan National still became the Federal Government due to unfortunate blinded people who failed to link them with corruption. The new state governments for the 5 lucky stars have implicated good measures to revert Malaysia to a more peaceful place without racial tensions.

Thank goodness there wasn't a recurrence of May 13 (1969). This was the day that mass killing was done right here. Malaysians against their own kin (*tsk tsk*).

In the second half of the year, things started going wild. At that time, PKR's (a political party in the Opposition) leader has decided to vacate her seat for her husband, Anwar Ibrahim, who was wrongfully "exiled" from politics exactly 10 years ago.

Apparently, Dr M[ahathir] was alleged to have a conspiracy with his sycophantic minions and framed his then Deputy Prime Minister (Mr Anwar Ibrahim) for sodomy. Of course the court didn't do any proper investigations nor did they do anything to Dr M. Plus, our ACA (supposedly standing for Anti-Corruption Agency) didn't do anything. It was said that Dr M controlled that body AND the judicial council.

And this year, he has made a comeback to politics. At that time, everyone was so excited with his comeback as many promises were made. Because his wife vacated her [Parliamentary] seat, a by-election was done. In that by-election, he won without a doubt, reaching about 17,000 majority (if I'm not wrong). Then, he was made Opposition Leader instead of Lim Kit Siang from DAP (another political party within Opposition).

After that, the public was allowed to view Parliamentary debates casted on the media. Indeed, this was enough entertainment for the public. Now, this is a political joke as funny questions, insults, sleeping leaders and walkouts were part of the show. This is what was displayed on the television screen.

Midway, political leaders again try their luck with the same tactic as was used a decade ago. Anwar Ibrahim was again alleged of sodomy. This was when everyone got annoyed. His DNA sample was tried to be taken from him [according to rumours, it's so that it can be planted on the so-called "victim"]. Man, don't these leaders have better ideas? When you're trying to frame someone, do it creatively!

And let's not forget the day when many (if not all) Malaysians were enraged (12 September). This needs a whole lot of elaboration on behalf of normal citizens. 3 innocent Malaysians were detained under the Internal Security Act due to mentally challenged circumstances. There was a highly-regarded blogger, an award-winning journalist and an influential politician. By right, the ISA was only used to detain TERRORISTS. Apparently, the government thinks they're terrorists. If these respected people are terrorists, that would explain our current ban from certain sophisticated places of the world like England.

The stupidest detention in all history of mankind was the detainment of award-winning journalist Tan Hoon Cheng from Penang. She was the journalist who reported the racial statements made by Ahmad Ismail, who stated that the Chinese didn't belong here in a public statement. Now, instead of the wrongdoer, the one who REPORTED the incident was detained. This was something that occurred long long time ago (Operasi Lalang).

Useful Information:
Operation Lalang (Weeding Operation; also referred to as Ops Lalang) was carried out on October 27, 1987 by the Malaysian police to crack down on opposition leaders and social activists. The operation saw the infamous arrest of 106 persons under the Internal Security Act (ISA) and the revoking of the publishing licenses of two dailies, The Star and the Sin Chew Jit Poh and two weeklies, The Sunday Star and Watan. [ more...]

Luckily, Miss Hoon Cheng was released one day after her detention. The Home Minister, Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar, gave an idiotic and irrelevant answer as to why she was detained.

"Her safety was threatened".

This sparked anger among many Malaysians irregardless of race and age. How dumb could this explanation get!!?!?!?!

Teresa Kok, a politician who won a landslide victory in Seputeh, Shah Alam, during the March elections was detained for no apparent reason either. No doubt she is highly respectable since her victory was, by right, the largest in the country with a 31,000 majority. Initially, she was alleged to have taken part in a petition to lower the speakers of 2 mosques during their prayer time. BOTH mosques, however, said that she DIDN'T. It was even stated in the newspaper. However, she was only released a week later and no one could explain why she was detained. It could be to scare off the Opposition party.

Then, there was everyone's favourite : Raja Petra Kamaruddin, a renowned blogger. This was the most controversial case ever. He wrote a post which stated that the current Deputy Prime Minister was involved in the murder of Mongolian Altantuyaa. He even made a statutory declaration, which meant that he was very very sure of this. God bless him for his courage. And now, many citizens know what he wants and why he was detained. According to Malaysian laws, there ARE laws for these "seditious comments" on the net. However, RPK was still detained. Why? If he were to be charged in court, the DPM (Deputy PM) HAS to be there too. And obviously, this is not the option he chooses. That's why RPK was detained. And we have yet to hear a reasonable explanation from our Home Minister. And now, let's hear it from the once Opposition Leader, Lim Kit Siang!!

Ahh, not to forget September the 16th. This is the day Malaysia changed--its expectations. This not-anymore prestigious day WAS supposed to be the day Opposition took over the Federal Government. It was so realistically declared that even the Federal Government itself was so afraid. So, all the Parliament Members were sent of to Taiwan in order to foil the Opposition's plans to take over the government. This added to the nation's anticipation. If the Federal Government was afraid, it's real. Unfortunately, the Malaysian mindset proves us wrong once again. How very disappointing. After that, many dates were set to take over the government. We now believe that there's nothing to hope for after all--until the next general elections!!

And what do you know?!? On his last day as MCA leader, Ong Ka Ting has made history by speaking out against BN, the dominating party. All hail Ong Ka Ting for this, who has also limited the party president's term to 9 years of service. After that, bye-bye and no more Part President for you. That was one of the other memorable things he did against power-driven people who cling on to posts. Read his whole speech here.

"Datuk" is the title awarded to special people in the King's / Sultan's honour. Common sense tells us that if a King were to give this title out, it should be given to their own citizens. Malaysians, in this case. However, lately, the Malaccan King has stated that he wanted to award Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan the Malaysian title. This was very unthoughtful indeed and has sparked off many sarcastic remarks. "Hey, I'm smart and I've contributed to society with my smartness. Why don't you give me that title?". Smart indeed they are.

Malaysia is the only country that includes Fatwa (Edict) in the law, if consensus is achieved in all states. Recently, there has been this long controversy of whether yoga should be banned among Muslims. The body responsible for issuing the edict came to a conclusion just like that. And because of that, almost all the states and citizens were thrown into confusion. All the states have immediately "given full support" by saying that it would be implemented in their system. By then, the only pending answer was from Selangor. And yes, Selangor declined the edict. So, there was no consensus unlike as was stated at first. And there was this Muslim lady who conducted yoga classes and questioned them for saying that Muslims would deviate from their religion when practising yoga, which originated from Hindus. She said something very practical, which I think the leaders should think about : "Did they go around to see us practise yoga (in the modern world) or did they visit the Hindu temple?". That rings true. Implementing the ban, eventhough it is only meant for Muslims is like saying Buddhists or Christians who practice yoga deviate from their religion too. My mum practices yoga, but I've NEVER seen her chanting when practicing it. I mean, the whole world knows that yoga without the chanting doesn't diminish the faith you have in your religion. In fact, it is even recommended by scientists since it is beneficial for health.

Then the year ended with the PKR MP who wants to quit on New Year's Day due to odd reasons.

Through the nation's eyes, there have been many unsolved crimes this year. The highest-profile crime caused the biggest stir, with RPK of Malaysia Today alleging that the DPM was involved in it. Natural Disasters have also hit the nation, ending with the landslide in Bukit Antarabangsa (when we were in Changsha).

Conclusion :
Malaysia is regressing in social terms. In the long run, we might progress again, depending on the next election, or, if God will, the next takeover plan. =D

Aloha 2009!!



Went to check my class for next year. The list was pasted on the boards. There weren't so many pupils who went to check their classes. Maybe they came in the morning. Or maybe they didn't want to see their classes? After keeping my sanity intact for hours, I can't keep this inside anymore.....

*applause from the crowd*

While that might not seem like a very happy matter, it's sure great to know I remain in the best competitive English class---without the competition. Heck, Emily went to Belian while GheeK was abducted by the Balau-ans. So much for "Batai Scrabblers". And we thought we could form a scrabble cum debating team. Screw whatever criteria they used to stream us.

They changed the freaking class names AGAIN!! Now, the first classes are from Angsana-Belian. Angsana and Batai were thought to be the classes for those not taking Chinese as a PMR subject whereas Balau and Belian nurtured those Chinese-subjected (haha) minds. However, I saw that Shu Wen, a top student who doesn't take Chinese class was put into Balau.....unless, well, my eyesight failed me (I don't want to get cataracts/blindness!!!!)

Anyway, it was quite an unfair streaming. Some students from the lower range of classes managed to even get into the top notch class, Angsana. Ironically, there are no top notch students in that class. Many have been divided to the rest of the first classes. You could probably still consider Batai to be the most competitive again (provided no one drops). Besides, there are 2 more additions to the collection of nerds in the class : Melissa Chee and ChingX!! Not that it's a problem. They're my close buddies and function well as a point of reference. Cassandra and Jhia Yim stayed on too!!

Not only that....There is bound to be loads of drama next year. Shafiq has very surprisingly been brought over to my class. While this promises tons of entertaining antics, it sure adds drama to the class. Apparently, he's renowned to make really sarcastic remarks not only to friends, but teachers as well. His fame among fellow alumni of my primary school was greatly attributed to the fact that he accidentally stabbed Louis Chong on the head with a pencil. By the grace of God, Louis didn't die. No one actually blamed Shafiq for his spur-of-the-moment accident. In fact, he almost became a legendary hero. He didn't mean to do it and definitely never planned of doing so. Lousy Louis was disturbing him. Let's just say we were all greatful neither of them were brought to court for a juvenile case. I'd say Louis himself was very deserving of one.

That reminds Louis in my class???


Saturday, December 27, 2008

Spirit of Christmas

Hey people!!

I'm just back from Genting Highlands. My won't believe how much the place has changed!! It used to be the perfect family hangout. Now, you see lalas EVERYWHERE. They've officially invaded the family hangout!!!!!! Their numbers is SO terrifying to the extent that lala-ism is CONTAGIOUS. It was TOO contagious that we were all on the brink of an epidemic. Even Father Christmas was down with the Lala disease.

Yup, there is no better way than to say that. Genting was totally devoured by lalas. It seems that Father Christmas has been cloned. Every corner, every nook, every turn you make is sure to bump you into those lala-fied Santa Clauses. It wouldn't surprise me now if you said Santa could tell if you were bad or good. He has so many spies. Well, that wouldn't keep those devils of a lala away either. Almost equivalent in numbers to Santa's little clones are the dyslexics. The poor souls have sold themselves to Satan in hope of little squishy toys. They now walk in the form of mutilated humans with protruding red spikes from their heads. I wouldn't want to take them by the horns, if you get what I mean.

And goodness!!! That is NOT reviving the Christmas spirit!! There were NO CHRISTMAS SONGS PLAYED THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE FESTIVE SEASON. How crappy could THAT get?? Christmas was almost killed!! Luckily, my iPod contained many festive songs which SHOULD have been played.

YOU SHOULD HAVE LOOKED AT THE CYBERCAFE. It was packed. During Christmas Season?? Geez, these people don't have lives!!

Anyway, we went to see The Day the Earth Stood Still. It was quite an educational movie. Unfortunately, it wasn't until the end of the show did we realise it was only for those above 15. Apparently, the show was deemed too violent for those under 15. So, you are now eligible to call me Violent Nut.

And......thanks to having a change of perspective, I didn't go for any theme park excitement. Instead, all I could do was go treasure hunting for hoodies. Since the Changsha trip, I've been drawn to hoodies.

Right....enough distractions. Back to the lala invasion. Wait....maybe not. It's very annoying. Talking about them makes me sick. I think I'm starting to catch that bug.

Ciao. I need to curb the epidemic. The most effective cure is nerd-ism.

You can read the Changsha post first. It's halfway done only thanks to some slow uploading.


Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Merry Christmas!!!!

[In Advance]

Hey, hope everyone out there is getting into the festive mood!! It's gonna be TWO events in a week!! Brace yourself for the beginning of a new year and enjoy your short hols as best as you can!!

Once again, have a


Ps: You're supposed to click on the big "MERRY CHRISTMAS". The page would then take a long time to load. I personally suggest that you open the link in a new tab so you can multi-task and do your other stuffs as well.

PPS: I've changed my email address to . Since I'm too lazy to add everyone, I'll leave it to you to spread the news around and add me. (Yes, it's a weird e-mail address. If you don't get it, just copy and paste).



Wednesday, December 17, 2008


I am quite disappointed to find that the Internet doesn't always provide answers to everything. After coming across a new word from Scrabble, EURYBATHS, I wanted to find out more about this thing. The definition is "an organism that can live in various water depths". I expected many scientific stuff to pop out at me when I clicked the search button. Sad to say, there wasn't any satisfying results. Google even suggested I made a mistake and the word should be "Eurobath". The results there were worse. The only websites that contain the word "Eurybath" were all wordy websites, most of them being anagram solvers. The only sensible result was this funny webpage which I admittedly don't have the time to read.

However, I came across this really neat page with cool HTMLs (there I go again....). If you're a lazy kid like me, learning becomes easier now. If you are a proud owner of a webpage, you may now get this nifty learning tool by clicking HERE. Get smart soon!

Moving on........I pity all of you who have spent 5 seconds to type out my name for tags. In case you don't know, I'm too lazy to bother doing tags. I'm currently left out on more tags?

Anyway, you're all lucky now. Since I'm dying of boredom (Okay, not yet. Prevention is better than cure), I'll do some tags. Since you know how rarely I do this, you should be happy you're getting something from my mind. I've CHOSEN some tags to do. If yours isn't here....well....not like you're going to check anyway, are you? The tags are chosen from random people whose tags I have not completed yet.

1. Who & what is your relationship with the last person who tagged you?
Sha Lynn. We're partners in crime.

2. Do you know what is true love?
Ambiguous question alert!

3. Who did you recently hang out with in MSN?
Eh...Daryl, Sha Lynn, GheeK, Chingx, Alynna, Shen Wen?

4. What is your relationship with him/her?

5. Who is your beloved pet sis?
A little dog.

6. Who are you still in love with?
My parents? Geez, questions like these can get really dumb.

7. Why do you create a blog?
Future references.

8. You know your blog sucks?
You're telling me my blog sucks? Who the effing hell are you to tell me that?! Go on! Get outta here! This interview is over!!! [Thank you for answering this on my behalf, Sha].

10. Who are you having relationships now?
Many people. My parents, my sister, my best friends, friends, old friends, new friends, young friends, unknown friends, all that jazz y'know? [TQ again].

11. This question has been deleted due to a lack of interest.

12. 5 tags goes to
1) Liiyung
2) Mei Shin
3) Florence
4) Bao Jin
5) Daryl
13. Who is number 1?
What...did you fall off the face of earth? Didn't I just typed who Number 1 was??
14. What about number 3?
Are you high or something? The list of people labeled from Number 1 to 5 is already up there!
15. Do number 5 love number 1?
I've never actually seen them talk to each other before or anything...or could it be a secret crush???
16. Number 2 siapa?
I'm not going to dignify this question with an answer.
17. Do u have any relationship with number 4?
She's my random buddy. Or so I think...Bao, what EXACTLY is our relationship??

18. Main reason why I did this...
Sha Lynn held a gun at me point blank and forced me to do this.


Fibs. Tag courtesy of Melissa.

I’m 170cm tall.
I don’t know what I want at the moment.
I’m not happy.
I hate my friends.
I hate my life.
I hate my grades.
He drives.
I’m bored of driving.
I have a white handbag.
I love dancing.
I go clubbing every week.
Shopping is bullshit.
I have a tattoo of a star.
I got my navel pierced.
I have friends that take drugs.
90% of my friends smoke.
I still hang out with my ex, even though our break up was rather nasty.
I’m studying Fashion.
I have a business running.
I hate cartoons.
I hate someone.
I have 10 Guess handbags.
I buy CLEO every month.
My parents don’t know about my blog.

I have an iPod.
I don’t have faith in the current “one”.
My school mates know about my blog.
I wanted to be a fashion designer. (Penguins, haha)
I love rock emo bands.

I hate it when people cancel last minute meet ups.
I’m a rebel.
I’m starting to like wearing dresses.
I don’t believe in love.

High school's filled with drama.
My parents have faith in me. (Any objections?)
I’ve bought shoes this month.
A blogger bitched about me before.
I hate sports.

I heart Italian food.
I hate meeting new people.
I hate nail polish.
The mother bear gives me hugs.
People should start appreciating me.
High school was the worst time of my life.
I have red hair.
One Utama is my second home.
I’m a guy.
I’m scared of my Biology exam.
I hate vacations.
We’ll last.
I believe in long distance relationships.
I’m going to get high and smoke weed one day soon.
I’ve robbed an old lady.
I’m starting to like applying make-up.

I was a tomboy.
At times I think I still am a tomboy.
I love bitching about people behind their backs.
I still have a best friend.
I have a cat.
I hate surprise parties.
I hate planning parties.
I’m hot.
I’m a sinner.
I’ve got a DS light.
I have a Wii.
I can live without music.
Video games are a waste of time.
I miss the father bear.
I love being in love.
I know how to cook.
I have 100% freedom.
Boys are assholes.
I hate Math.
I love horror films.

I’m happy with what I have.
I slept in my parents’ room for 3 days after watching Scream when I was a kid.
My old friends keep in touch with me.
I don’t read newspapers.
The news is such a waste of time.
Blogging is a waste of time.
I hate animals.
I can’t live without make-up.
I curse like a pirate.
I’m happy with my 11 year old car.
I hate people that are smart.

I love Apple Juice.
I can’t drink for nuts.
I believe that everyone in their teens have lost their virginity.
I’ve got a new phone.
I’m going to get a new pair of shoes by the end of this month.

I love swimming.
I haven’t worked out since March.
I think I’m fat.
I love my friends and family.


Monday, December 15, 2008

Lost World

Greetings from Earth.

This is going to be about my trip to China. Whoops. Unfortunately for you, the post has been lost due to an inextricable cosmo-dimensional lapse. Okay, okay, so that doesn't exist. The truth is, I'm back from a place in China called Changsha. You may have to wait a while before the post about it is done. Meanwhile, go gawk at my tagboard and answer my questionnaire [the POLL, if you don't get it].

Right.....*exasperated sigh* you can see, the tagboard is back again due to several humans who dared to question me about it's sudden disappearance. See, I'm not that tyrannous after all, am I? [Anyone who dares to make an objection against this statement would face draconian consequences]. *COUGH...whoops?*. The tagboard has gone through a major makeover. I'll leave it to you to decide whether I did it on HTMLs or I was just cheating technically.

Speaking of makeovers......Have you ever wondered about the evolution of Michael Jackson?

Because I don't wish to get sued over such trivial issues such as uploading pictures like these.

PS: If you are visiting this site from the future [very obviously you are], there is no guarantee that the link would work.

Here are more things to keep you occupied:

[Credits go to Reader's Digest]

I was preparing lunch for my granddaughter when the phone rang. "If you can answer one question," a young man said, "you'll win ten free dance lessons."
Before I could tell him I was not interested, he continued. "You'll be a lucky winner if you can tell me what Alexander Graham Bell invented."
"I don't know," I replied dryly, trying to discourage him.
"What are you holding in your hand right now?" he asked excitedly.
"A bologna sandwich."
"Congratulations!" he shrieked. "And for having such a great sense of humor…"

Haha. Enjoy your holidays. School's starting soon. GheeK, DON'T enjoy your holidays and start practicing on the 15x15 board!! You know what I mean!!

I hope it's already the heyday...



Sunday, December 14, 2008

Chapters Of Changsha 2

Thursday, 11th Dec 08 (Zhangjiajie-Changde)
We went to Baofeng Lake today. We had to climb uphill. The tour guide said we could walk backwards if we were tired (it helps). Only my father and I did that, so we looked like nuts.

She was singing..............

He sang back.

On the way out, we saw this sign (but I forgot to take a pic of it). It read :

For the good of our environment, please rave the trees.

Actually, I don't think that'll help very much......

Our tour guide, Zhu Canyun, says "Hi".
Potential murderer : This guy can kill!! Look at how fast his hand is moving...

Life of a silkworm : Doomed to die

We saw 2 goats (the 2 white spots slightly above the center of the pic). You can keep zooming the pic, but my camera is better........
Ta-dah!!! Zoomed in!!!
Mass Tai-chi

Friday, 12th Dec 08 (Changde-Changsha)

Our hotel.

Then we went to Yuelu Academy of Higher Learning (something like a library but isn't).

Then, my father and I went exploring together (the rest were too slow to catch up =D). Here's Confucius.

I want his brain!

Talk about busybody tourists.....

After that, we were taken to walk on a street before going shopping. Here were a few interesting sights I caught :

The dog was trying to run away and disturb some vegetation. Apparently, the owner is super strong and still loves her pet.

I bought 2 pairs of boots here.

Saturday, 13th December 2008 (Changsha-Shenzhen-Kuala Lumpur)
Went to Mawandui Museum.

Then, we went for lunch at the world's biggest restaurant.

Shenzhen's new terminal, just opened hours before we landed.

And so ends, the trip to Changsha.



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