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Sushi, Anyone?

Sushi, Anyone?

Posted by on Dec 16, 2018 in Featured, Personal

It’s been a looonnngggg time since I had Japanese food. Sushi Hiro opened in SS2 a few months ago. I’ve passed by a number of times, but have never gone in. On Friday, I finally decided to try it out. The tables and chairs were standard, and the belt took up most of the shop. The menu was impressive. Don, udon, sashimi – they were all there. The food was great. I had the Salmon Don, and it was filling. The price was also reasonable. The rice and a jug of green tea only set me back RM17.90. I’d definitely say that this place is now on my place of favorite...

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Another Medal…

Another Medal…

Posted by on Oct 21, 2018 in Personal

The Photomarathon was yesterday. This time, there were a lot more participants. The registration started at 7am. My friend and I reached the registration at 7.03am, and there was already a looonnnngg queue. The event T-shirt this year was also a bit of a surprise. The brown and green camouflage pattern made a nice change from the usual red and white T-shirts. Even the material was more satisfying – a dry fit cloth that absorbed sweat better. The themes this time were a bit more challenging. There was also a special sponsor’s theme. Theme 1 – Hidden Theme 2 – Beauty of Earth Theme 3 – Fragile Special Theme – Life in the Sun There was an extra Canon camera keychain at the end. The completion medal this year was the first in a series of three – a metal flash lens. I can’t wait for the next two...

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GE14

GE14

Posted by on May 9, 2018 in Personal

Malaysia was already an established country when I began school. All we knew at that time was that we had a strong Prime Minister, and that the country was doing well. When the political upheavals began, I was still not feeling all that involved at first. The economic breakdown in the 1990s affected me badly, yes, but I still managed to get a job, and still managed to scrape a living. The thing is, these things pile up. What does not seem a big matter at first, would act as straws on a camel’s back – sooner or later you feel that enough is enough. I’ve been through a few elections, and this is the first one I feel really involved in. I cannot remember an earlier election that had a bigger turnout at such an early hour before. I saw senior citizens waiting patiently in line the whole morning; some going through two hours or more in the queue before managing to get into the voting halls. To have the whole country unified is not easy – but one man has seemingly managed to do it this time. He’s got most of the country united – against him. Tonight decides the fate of Malaysia. Let’s keep our (inked) fingers...

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