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Poo 99 | 27th Jun 2006, 12:13 PM | Poolog | (1367 Reads)

在澳洲諗書時,由於時間太多,消遣太少, 宿舍又有大焗爐, 我鑽研了烘製蛋糕及曲奇餅的技術....

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Poo 99 | 16th Jun 2006, 09:42 AM | Pooparazzi, Poople | (854 Reads)
很久沒有游泳了....當夜班有三天假期,終於’的起心肝’去附近的公眾泳池. (閱讀全文)

Poo 99 | 15th Jun 2006, 05:04 AM | Cultural Difference | (451 Reads)

I've been to the Hong Kong Coliseum back in the 90s to watch World Volleyball Championship.   

And this time, watching the Aviva Open 2006 game, it's the first time I went to the National Stadium of Singapore.

Before entering the seating area, there's security guards checking everyone's bag to make sure no bottles be brought into the stadium.  I was quite impressed because I remembered there's no security check for me to enter the Coliseum.

Compare to Hong Kong Coliseum, the staircases at the Stadium are not so sloped.  And the space between seats are about 1/3 wider than the ones in Hong Kong.  Therefore, walking up and down at the Stadium is not as dangerous as in the Coliseum and also audience can rest their legs more comfortably when enjoying the game /show.

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Poo 99 | 13th Jun 2006, 19:38 PM | Poolog | (425 Reads)
Today I went for body massage...... (閱讀全文)

Poo 99 | 13th Jun 2006, 01:05 AM | Pooparazzi | (496 Reads)

The King of Kings - it was on June 9 1946 that 18-year-old Prince Bhumibol was crownded monarch of Thailand.  60 years on, his 65 million subjects adore him more than ever. (June 10-11, 2006, Today newspaper) 

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Poo 99 | 12th Jun 2006, 03:19 AM | Poolog | (374 Reads)

I went to the Aviva Open 2006 Badminton Tournament at the Singapore Stadium from 9-11 June.

The men's players from Singapore who were in the semi-finals were all Indonesians now playing for Singapore. 

The top man Singapore badminton player is Ronald Susilo whose fiancee, Singapore's Table Tennis Olympian Li Jia Wei (李佳薇) is from Mainland China.

AUDINA TJIPTAWAN, Mia is a female badminton player born in Indonesia, and now competing for the Netherlands.

Pi Hongyan(皮红艳) is a female badminton player from Mainland China and now competing for France.

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Poo 99 | 12th Jun 2006, 03:19 AM | Cultural Difference | (339 Reads)

I've been to the Hong Kong Coliseum back in the 90s to watch World Volleyball Championship.   

And this time, watching the Aviva Open 2006 game, it's the first time I went to the National Stadium of Singapore.

Before entering the seating area, there's security guards checking everyone's bag to make sure no bottles be brought into the stadium.  I was quite impressed because I remembered there's no security check for me to enter the Coliseum.

Compare to Hong Kong Coliseum, the staircases at the Stadium are not so sloped.  And the space between seats are about 1/3 wider than the ones in Hong Kong.  Therefore, walking up and down at the Stadium is not as dangerous as in the Coliseum and also audience can rest their legs more comfortably when enjoying the game /show.

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Poo 99 | 7th Jun 2006, 02:06 AM | Pooparazzi | (537 Reads)

Thank you for isolated me... I can open myself to the other colleagues and won much more friendships.

If you are red-eyed that I can still live a happy and contented life, that's y u want to make my life miserable by backstabbing...I feel sorry for you... and your family....

 

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Poo 99 | 4th Jun 2006, 02:36 AM | Pooparazzi | (534 Reads)

4 June is a special date for many people....... for me, 3 June is more special.

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Poo 99 | 3rd Jun 2006, 23:53 PM | Travel Log | (470 Reads)

If you have visited my blog long enough, you would know more about me.....
Since my friend is working night shift and her brother is at the game centre playing online games overnight, I was alone in her house. emoticon

So, to make myself very tired to stop thinking of the spooky things, I went online till 1am and went to sleep semi-consciously. emoticon

"You want to go to Cambodia market with me?" I was woke up by someone.  It's 4:30am!! I just slept for 3 hours and of course I didn't get what the question was.  I looked at my friend's brother emoticon, Pok, he repeated the question.  Since I had no special plan for the day, I said, "OK." Then I got up and prepared to go.

It's only after I was ready to leave the house, I regained my consciousness, then I told him I was not sure if I need a visa to cross the border.   He said "No need, just show your passport will do." Yet I saw him taking his sister's passport along.   

We took a cab to transfer for the long distance coach at 5am.  The journey was about 2.5 hours and the ticket is 100 bhat.  After about 2 hours on the road, we reached a place where there's a man who boarded on the coach and everyone showed their passport.  My friend's brother signalled me not to make a move.  Then he just showed the two passports he has in his pocket. 

After another 30 mins ride, we reached a place that looks quite similar to Chattukchak market but it's many times bigger and more spacious than Chattukchak market. 

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