Sunday, August 29, 2010
Actually the latest fashion from Tokyo is very nice, and when you convert to Malaysian money, it is just around RM70. WTF, so cheap.
Friday, August 27, 2010
Tonight, I went to Queensbay to look for a jeans, since my jeans is really old and faded. I could buy "cheap" Seed jeans, but I still have doubts about the quality. Maybe I should buy Esprit jeans as usual..
Some Raya decorations are already up at Queensbay.
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Downloading and looking at all these pictures sure invoke all my memories, so I decided to write about it here. In a sense, pictures are memories too, its just how you remember WHAT actually happened, that depends on your memories.
My first memories of Amy would be in January 2007 in Java class. She likes to read anime during the break and likes Death Note. I still have the Death Note list that she printed.
September 2007, fast forward, she went to study at Hull, and back in Penang at 2008. Then she decided to go to Japan to study the Japanese language in 2009.
1-4-2009, TGI Fridays, Confessions of a shopaholic and a purple scarf. Do you still have it?
Memories in Japan, after going through all the pictures.
First Sea Disney trip
Hanabi taikai 2009
Hanabi taikai 2010
Monday, August 23, 2010
It seems burger is quite popular in Penang, especially the Jelutong one. I did not buy the one at Jelutong, but the one near 7-11 Gelugor is not bad also.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
I have been in Penang for over 16 years, and I was considering whether I should look for other opportunities elsewhere? Or try to hang on even more? That's also been bugging me.
Friday, August 20, 2010
Don't forget your umbrella (June 1977)
This poster of the high-class courtesan Agemaki (from the kabuki play "Sukeroku"), whose captivating beauty was said to make men forgetful, is meant to remind passengers to take their umbrellas when they leave the train.
Shimatta (March 1977)
This poster warns passengers against getting their shoulder bags caught in the train doors.
This poster advises passengers not to rush onto the train at the last moment. The text (かけこみ禁寺） is a play on the words かけこみ禁止 (kakekomi kinshi - "don't rush onto the train") and かけこみ寺 (Kakekomi-dera - Kakekomi temple), which has long been known as a sanctuary for married women fleeing their husbands.
This poster, which depicts Cinderella rushing from the ball at the stroke of midnight, is meant to warn passengers against the danger of trying to rush into the train after the departure chime sounds.
Mary is tired (December 1977)
The image of Mary carrying baby Jesus aims to encourage passengers to give up their seats to mothers with small children.
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Back to the fashion show last Saturday, Topman has a lot of cool jackets for their autumn collection, so if you are into jackets, you can head down to Topman and get one.