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N. Korea fires on S. Korea, injuring at least 16

Oh dear.. news update. My work trip to Seoul is canceled. Head office just called – Risk management (Due to firing between N and S Korea) Oh dear.. Poor nation.. I Pray for the country and I pray for my friends. CNN Report here

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Kung Jung Delights.. my heart’s delight!

I will be going to Seoul tonight! I hear that festivals are amongst some of the most unique events in Korea and from September to November they seem to pop up almost everywhere. I was told to dress warm. During this time of year, the temperatures are usually between 5-10℃ and this is the time […]

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More Food Porn: Tiramisu.. I miss you

Just because, this was really a kick-ass Tiramisu.

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Ye old Fuzhou Restaurant

Special Fuzhou Fried rice Fuzhou cuisine is a major part of Fujian culinary art, which is distinguished by its rich colors, its sweet and sour flavours and its sometimes pickled taste. I mean, one look at it and you know its Fuzhou. Truly the cuisine gives new meaning to the term ‘seeing red’ and for […]

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Vishal – chettinad cuisine

That familiar entrance.. How many times have we crossed that threshold.. How many people have we brought to visit its eating hall.. We Malaysians are a lucky lot. Here in our multiracial community, we have exposure to all sorts of cuisine. Chinese, Indian, Malay.. you name it, we have it. Some of these ethnic cooking […]

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Marufuku

It’s noodle mania that has caught on and spread throughout the earth like wild fire! What is it about a simple bowl of noodles that evokes such passion, or inspires such loyal gastronomic devotion as do the Ramen and the Udon. At a glance, it looks like such a simple, humble meal  – a bowl […]

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Movie review- Black Book

Happy Holiday Readers! Selamat Hari Raya Haji! If you are thinking of a lazy Wednesday in (like me) and wondering what DVD to watch.. here is a good one for you! Before he came to America to carve out a place for himself as a well known director of science fiction (RoboCop, Total Recall, Starship […]

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Soong Kee Beef Ball Noodles

Jalan Tun H.S. Lee is located in the center of the city and is every pedestrian’s nightmare, not to mention motorists as well. Buses are haphazardly parked and motorcyclists weave in and out of traffic like mad-men and you would do well to hang on to your bags if you are going about on foot. […]

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The Khukri meaning, the Dagger

You will recognize them distinctly in a crowd. Their favourite hang-out being the blocks around the Pudu bus station, which is one of the busiest areas in down-town KL. To many foreigners, when they think of Nepal, the image invariably is of a remote mountainous country with its snow covered Himalayan peaks, deep valleys, and […]

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Cilantro

I am over the moon! One of my all time favourite fine dining restaurants has been voted 8th on the list of Top 20 restaurants, according to the Miele Guide 2010! I feel that they totally deserve this privilege to be ranked way up there amongst restaurants like the famous Iggy’s from Singapore because their […]

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