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Sunday, July 14, 2013

Butter Prawn

Home made butter prawn by Franky Sedau

Local food: Siput "Keromboi"

Local food

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Butter Chicken!

Home made by Franky Sedau

Starbizweek:Settle your home loan early

Making lager or lump sum repayments is encouraged.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

What you can do with Styrofoam Cups?

Amazing Details on Styrofoam Cups:
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Boey Cheeming or more commonly known as Boey started his first piece of cup art while he was at a coffee shop, people watching and he wanted to doodle but didn't have a paper on him. So he grabbed a styrofoam cup and began drawing. Right from there, a light bulb went off in his head and what you see here are the impressive results from that very day.
Armed with only a black Sharpie pen, Boey creates all kinds of scenes from portraits to landscapes. We've included a video below to show you Boey in action with a foam cup in hand. You've got to watch it.
Some of you will be glad to know that this talented individual hails from Malaysia but currently works and resides in California. When this hobby first began, Boey's friend asked him what he was going to do with all of his cup drawings, he said maybe he would sell them to which his friend replied, "no one's gonna buy that crap." With that, Boey accepted the challenge, determined to prove his friend wrong and stubbornly vowed to become the Styrofoam Cup King. He is now quite popular and recognised for these cup illustrations and earning a name for himself.

Source: http://www.imag.com.my/readstory.php?id=1283




Sunday, July 7, 2013

Summer Mall, Kuching

This signage only found at SummerMall, Kuching

Construction worker

I'm share the story of the construction worker:
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An elderly construction worker who wanted to quit. He told his boss of his plans to leave. His boss was worry to see such an excellent worker go and asked him to build one last house as a personal favour.

The construction worker said yes, but his heart was not in his work. There was no passion lwft. He resorted ro shoddy workmanship and used inferior materials, cutting corners to get work done. Finally,  when the house was finished, his boss handed him the keys to the house saying, "This is your house . It's my gift to you". The construction workers was stunned and full of regret as he knew he was sloppy working on it. If he had only known he was building his own house,  he would have done it all so differently.

Read between the two line, you will know the moral of the story.
Source from The Star, Mystarjob, 6 july 2013.

Thursday, July 4, 2013