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Breaking the image of a pizza through ‘PizzArt’ (Part 2)

Sunday, August 27th, 2017

So after the amazing dish that was Adjaruli Khachapuri, Chef Anvil brought out the 2nd dish of the session: Pot Pie Pizza


My favourite kind of potty

Oozing with Anchor Parmesan Cheese, brown button mushrooms, holy trinity veges (onions, bell peppers and celery) & beef and pork Bolognese sauce, this dish made quite an impression on me!

What’s more impressive is the way to make this dish.

After baking the pizza, you must immediately invert it onto the serving plate, while carefully removing the bowl from the dough.


Time to flip!



And finally, our last dish for the day…the Mini Muffin Pizza:


3 lil muffins…guess who’s the wolf?

Well, not-so-mini actually if you’re dining at Bistecca & Bistro. “Sibu people love big portions, so this size is considered ‘mini’ to them”, joked Chef Anvil.

Anyway, the contents inside the muffin include Anchor Mozzarella Cheese, Anchor Cream Cheese and the Chef’s homemade sauce.

One word: DELICIOUS!


So, where can I get this PizzArt?

For the ones at West Malaysia, you guys are lucky! 20 of the 24 participating outlets are all based in West Malaysia; the outlets are Movida, U Pizzeria, US Pizza, Lunarich and Ejohng Concept.

Those in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah could taste the PizzArt at The Chubs Grill restaurant and Mad Ben Café.

Sarawak leh? Other than Bistecca & Bistro in Sibu, those in Bintulu will get to enjoy the pizzas at Coup De Grill. Kuching…let’s hope there’s a last minute participating outlet!

The PizzArt campaign by Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia is now available up till mid November 2017.


Of course, a group photo with Ms Linda, Chef Anvil, the Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia team, and of course three lucky social media influencers 🙂

My thanks to Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia and  Ms. Ju Yi of Truth Communications for the opportunity!



Breaking the image of a pizza through ‘PizzArt’ (Part 1)

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

Ah, pizza. It is arguably the world’s most popular food. You immediately have an image of yourself biting a slice of it at your favourite restaurant. Or perhaps you have seen some pizza-related advertisement from various media. You’ve probably even used a pizza icon on WhatsApp. Whatever it is, I can almost guarantee the appearance of your pizza would look like this:



The signature flat, round shape, cut into triangles.

Without a doubt, pizza is a beautiful dish to look at (and of course with the cheese and all kinds of toppings, it’s delicious!). It’s so iconic, you can just show a picture of it in a foreign land and people would likely know where to get it for you.

What if I told you there’s actually other form of pizza…especially that doesn’t come in a flat, round shape? Ok, you’ve seen a square-shaped one somewhere…but what I meant includes a totally different way to eating a pizza as you know it?

Time to break that image of a pizza, and find new excitement and love of the famous flatbread through PizzArt!


If you’re gonna wait, might as well imagine what it taste like!

What exactly is PizzArt?

That was my first question when I was offered the opportunity to write about Anchor Food Professionals’ new campaign. The launch of their campaign was in Sibu, much to my initial amusement. Why Sibu leh?? That said, having not been to Sibu all my life (despite being a Sarawakian), and having discovered their initial launch in Kuching was delayed by unforeseen circumstances, I just have to do a “holiday food trip” down to Swan City.

So on 19 August 2017, I arrived at the Bistecca & Bistro Steak & Wine Bar in Sibu. Naturally, it was a restaurant appropriate for introducing artisanal pizzas. At the restaurant, I was introduced to Ms Linda Tan, Director of Anchor Food Professionals Malaysia, as well as the owner of Bistecca restaurant, Chef Anvil Nen.


Ms Linda Tan, explaining the idea behind PizzArt

According to Ms Linda, “Malaysians are increasingly leading busier lifestyles and are grabbing food on the go or dining out. Our insights show us that Malaysians generally love pizzas. We wanted to excite them further by taking the enjoyment of pizza a level up by introducing extraordinary, gourmet pizzas that are taking the world by storm. If you love pizzas, then this is a must try.”

As for Chef Anvil, he’s genuinely excited to be working together with Anchor Food Professionals and be able offer something new for his customers.


Chef Anvil, with his passion for food. An inspiration for the inner-chef in me!

And which customer of his wouldn’t be excited about it anyway? Together with social media influencers Melvis and Jordan, we’re one of the early Sarawakians to enjoy three of the five pizza masterpieces: Adjaruli Khachapuri , Pot Pie Pizza and Mini Muffin Pizza. The other two are Pizza Bomb and Flower Pizza. Unfortunately the Flower Pizzas are yet to be available…but I’m sure we’ll get to enjoy that complex-yet-intriguing pizza before the end of the campaign (mid November 2017).

So, after the formalities of Ms. Linda’s speech and introduction to PizzArt, we now go to the whole point I took a bus to Sibu for: testing out the hispster-approved pizzas! We started with the fanciest of the three, the Adjaruli Khachapuri.



Adjaruli Khachapuri (translated as “Georgian Cheese Bread”) is a Georgian dish (specifically from the Adjara region), in which the dough is formed into an open boat shape and the hot pie is traditionally topped with a raw egg or butter before serving, In our version we were served with bacon 🙂

I’ll be honest here; I never had anything like it! That combination of Anchor Food’s very own Cheddar, Mozzarella and Cream Cheese to become this bubbly, gooey goodness…OMG IT IS SO SO SO GOOD! And to have that together with the soft bread, breadsticks and even fried calamari on the sides…YUM YUM YUM!

(oh, not to forget the tomato salsa on the side…nice contrast to the cheesy flavours)

If you wanna make me happy, then just offer me this. Hehe.  I sooo can’t wait to bring my BAE to try this when it’s available in Kuching!


Stay tune to Part 2. Coming this week. Hopefully!


The first ever “Armour @ the Park” in Kuching.

Thursday, May 26th, 2016

If you’ve been following me on my Facebook and Instagram, you’ve probably figured out I’m a fitness enthusiast.  So when Under Armour Malaysia (under the UA Sports Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.) decided to organise their “Armour @ the Park” on Saturday, 21st May 2016 at the Old Courthouse, Kuching, it was an easy decision for me to join!

The hard decision was actually what to wear for this special occasion. I may be visiting the gym on an almost daily basis, and yes I am fitter than where I was 8 years ago…but my body is still more of “skinny fat” than “model on Men’s Health magazine”. I blame genetics.

So wearing my only UA gear, a 6-year-old, almost completely peeled off UA logo, white semi-transparent compression shirt that does show my areola to the public…with no six-pack abs to make it up, the idea of hot chicks looking at my nipples first really made me feeling self-conscious. “Man up la and don’t be a pussy!” you’ll scream. “First impressions count!” I retort. And it’s not like I want to clearly wear a rival sports apparel brand to a UA event…at least on the first session of this bi-weekly activity.

I found a solution nonetheless. A black no-logo tank top to cover my moobs, and black shorts with a not-so-obvious logo of a competitor brand and a pair of knee support sleeves to complete 70% of my workout attire. I can’t do any covering on the non-UA logos for the socks and shoes though. “Big deal”, I hear you whisper!

(WTF…Three paragraphs just on my outfit of the day?)

Anyway, I got there 20 minutes before the event starts, thinking that’s more than enough time for me to register and enjoy the view. I totally forgot Kuching people can be quite “kiasu” (grasping).

This is where I start queuing up:


Honestly I wasn’t expecting that many people. Like more than 160 participants!

So while waiting I managed to meet my gym buddies from Level Up Fitness. Fitness junkies la we all. But I am disappointed with some other gym buddies that never showed up despite saying “Yes, I’ll see you there!” Why give me such promises then?


Who has the muscles?…and who are the hardgainers?

In addition, the event did not start at 7.30am as per schedule due to the registration. And there’s no area to keep your bag safe and secure. I wasn’t pleased with the idea of waiting and having to bring my fanny pack full of life’s important items (car keys, smartphone and wallet) during a workout.

But when it began at around 8am-ish, all negative thoughts were off and I set my mind to follow whatever the instructors from Gym Box told us to do.

The Warm Up:

Running almost a full length of the Kuching waterfont, while doing push-ups, mountain climbers and squat and twist exercises every quarter of the way.

That took about 10-20 minutes. It took a bit of my energy, but I knew I was doing better than some 10% of the participants. Bring on the next challenge!


The Workout #1: Functional Training

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Spot me! (Photo Credit: UA Sports Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.)

10 types of exercises, one minute for each type, and only 5 seconds rest in between. I can’t recall the specific exercises in order, but there were jumping jacks, squats, lunges, planks, push-ups, planks/push-ups with a partner, and of course the burpees. You can hear some groans while instructor Faiz (who I knew from school days…he was an obese back then!) called for the most challenging and popular body weight exercise. But I expected it. And I scored a pathetic 14 burpees per minute.

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Spot me #2! (Photo Credit: UA Sports Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.)

5 minutes rest before the next workout. I was drenched with sweat by then, breathing like I was having a buffet on eating air. No thoughts on giving up though. And my old UA compression shirt could still do its magic of wicking sweat away from my body. Unlike my newer compression shirt from a brand that once sponsored the Bolton Wanderers’ stadium.

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The future trend of the bro handshake. (Photo Credit: UA Sports Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.)


The Workout #2: Martial Arts Fitness.

Lots of side movements, quick 1-2 punches to a push-up, kicks, knees…whatever one can expect from a Muay Thai session (except grappling). In fact, the instructor for this round, Stephen, was my classmate in one of the special weekend Muay Thai sessions 4 years ago. He was smaller then haha.

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Let’s play imaginary musical chairs! (Photo Credit: UA Sports Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.)

Half way through the workout my left knee started to give in to the stress, as well as the lactic acid in my legs. Not a nice feeling, and I’ve slowed down a lot as such. But still I wasn’t tempted to quit like some of the participants. I was in fact angry at myself for slowing down. I was passionate to go on. I was determined to live up to Under Armour’s slogan, “I Will.”

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To the left, to the left… (Photo Credit: UA Sports Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.)

Imagine my euphoria when this session was over! But the event hasn’t ended yet…

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A visual source of motivation. (Photo Credit: UA Sports Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.)


The Workout #3: Core and Abs Workout.

Sit-ups, planks, side planks…these are some of the exercises to bring the pain for the abs! I do not know instructor Yanti in this final round of workout, but she’s good. It’s safe to say Gym Box has some fantastic group of instructors. Challenging workout as expected, but at least my legs are fine! Cool down at the end of this session.

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I wasn’t slacking off. Honest! (Photo Credit: UA Sports Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.)

Like most events nowadays, one must have a group photo!

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Spot me #3! (Photo Credit: UA Sports Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.)


In The End

I like what Under Armour Malaysia is doing for the community here in Kuching. While its rivals were always doing their own events only in West Malaysia, Under Armour Malaysia didn’t forget about Sarawak.  I like that they got Sarawak to be the first state outside of KL and Selangor to have UA’s presence, and I like them even more since they’re giving out free workout sessions like “Armour @ the Park” in Kuching. 7 more sessions by Gym Box before Phoenix Gym takes over for the remaining 8 sessions. In other words, say goodbye to Friday nightlife every bi-weekly, wake up early on a Saturday morning and let’s be fit together!



The next one is on 4th June 2016 at the same venue, so see you there!

Everise: Making me love Hogs more ‘Wild’ than ever!

Saturday, February 6th, 2016

In the previous post I intentionally left out something that’s even better than Rusty Bean & Batter cafe inside Everise supermarket.


Before I go on, imagine this scenario (nothing sexist here, just an example OK!):

You’re a bored husband, waiting for the wife to finish her shopping in the “Market Place” by Everise. You initially waited at the mini playground, but you can’t stand the noisy toddlers so you moved to the cafe. But then you get annoyed by the sight of youngsters, wasting their time away on their smartphones and leaving their good cup of coffee cold.  Unforgivable!

Where do you go next?

You go to that “something”. Which is a restaurant called “Hog & Wild”. That’s inside the supermarket.


Go home pig, you drunk!

NO WAY! There’s a restaurant inside the supermarket!?


Customers not amused by the presence of the media. Chill out folks, we’re not writing about you guys!

Yeap. You should see the smile on my face 🙂

Now “Hog & Wild” is a wholesome wine-dine-deli restaurant to experience gourmet fine foods of the highest quality that are enjoyed with the finest wines, to give you an experience you can never forget. The wide selection of gourmet delicatessen offerings, coupled with an extensive of the finest wines from all over the world and icy cold draught beer with bring your dining experience to new levels you can only imagine.


There’s wine sampling too!

In other words, you can eat lots and lots of juicy pork and get drunk inside a supermarket! What a perfect combination!

Oh, and the menu’s unique too. Just look at one of the pages:


How do you pronounce “Marques de Caceres Crianza”?

And when in doubt on what to order, the manager is there to help you out. He knows what kind of wine goes well with the food 🙂


More wine please 🙂

Speaking about food, well, I’ll let the pictures do the talking! Can’t figure out what are the dishes? Now that’s when you need to go to “Hog & Wild” and find out yourself!











And of course, a selfie of me enjoying the good life lol


No, I wasn’t drunk. Yet.


With an outlet like “Hog & Wild”, the Rusty Bean & Batter cafe, and all the imported food, Everise really made itself relevant to the ever-changing consumer market. They wanted elements that relate to lifestyle, and they got it right with their “Market Place” concept.


Blogger Joachim Then, in a post-food comatose.

I can’t to WhatsApp my friends lines such as “Kia, let’s go lepak at Everise!”



Sarawak Bloggers team with Everise’s Advertising & Promotions Manager, Shereen.

Many thanks to Shereen, the Advertising and Promotions Manager for the lovely tour and chat!

Everise: Making “Market Place” the New Hipster Haven

Friday, February 5th, 2016

Back when I was a kid, I dread going to the market. It’s often smelly, and the wet floors of the seafood/meat section consistently get me feeling “geli” (ticklish).  Also, the market place is always on an outdoor setting, so I never fancied the hot weather. Oh it’s raining outside? I’ll stay at home, mum!


Your typical market in Malaysia.

Thankfully, I’ve changed. I fancied cooking since my university days, so I enjoyed the sights and sounds of fresh ingredients and loud but friendly sellers (OK, maybe not so much on the latter.) However, I am still a little concern of the overall hygiene and cleanliness in a typical market. Like it or not, the raw food is exposed to the polluted air and what-not since it’s out in the open. Sure, there’s indoor market now but it’s not going to fully protect your food source from the air pollution.

Which is why, I like supermarkets. Sure, they’re generally more expensive, but they’re safer to consume. There’s quality control. ISO certified. Serious procedures to make sure you don’t die OK?

But supermarkets tend to be boring beyond what it’s supposed to be. You don’t see hipsters going to Everise supermarket, uploading photos on social media and putting in text like “Oh, just chilling in Everise. Love this place!” do you?

What if I told you a supermarket could be the next hipster place in Kuching?

That’s right folks. Let me introduce to you, Everise “Market Place” at Vivacity Megamall.

Taking up the basement floor, occupying an area of 30,000 square feet, this latest retail concept and flagship supermarket offers an experience unlike your standard grocery shopping! What’s their trick? By incorporating lifestyle and social elements into the store of course!


Import-product-loving hipster? Everise “Market Place” will be your little heaven; the outlet offers an exciting range from imported fresh fruits (OMG they have blueberries!) and vegetables, premium yogurt, gourmet chocolates, fine pasta, imported drinks, gourmet wine and more.



And to be sure the Weeaboo/Kimchi Wannabe/Banana self in you is taken care of, Everise has a dedicated section for Japanese, Korean and Western specialty food. There’s a bakery corner which offers on-site baked pastries, made-to-order sandwiches and a sushi bar featuring delicious sushi sets and other Japanese delicacies freshly made on the spot. Nicely done Everise!




Bread lovers’ delight.


Ever tried this by the way? I was told you can only find this in Everise “Market Place”.

Brought your kids to the supermarket? No problem, Everise has a free-play mini playground for the young ones to enjoy. You can dump your bored husband and anti-social teens there too hahahaahahah

And the ultimate selling point of this “Market Place” for hipsters? There is a cafe in the supermarket. THERE IS A CAFE IN THE SUPERMARKET! Now the youth can tell their mums “I’m busy buying the groceries” while they were actually sipping freshly brewed coffee while indulging in choices of pancakes, cookies and donuts at the new Rusty Bean & Batter cafe with their friends!


You can expect to see Dato’ James Chan chilling out here often, I guess.

OK, so the concept isn’t exactly new; the idea has been established in KL for some time and I believe it’s already common in the 1st world countries. But it’s new here in Kuching, so I’m pleased Everise took the evolutionary step and perhaps the competition would follow suit.

As per the press release, “The thematically zoned atmosphere sets the tone for gourmet food exploration and discovery”.

Sort of…wait. I did left out something that’s even better than the presence of a cafe in there.

In fact, I intentionally left this out because this “something” deserves a post on its own.

Regular readers of mine and a fair bit of Kuchingites would’ve figured it out by now. But I’m saving the best for the next post!

Clue: “Hog & Wild”.


(Part 2 tomorrow, hopefully!)


Why I will never eat Nando’s…

Tuesday, December 15th, 2015

…whenever I travel to Kuala Lumpur, or to most locations that require a flight ticket. Heck, I wouldn’t even bother to visit Nando’s beyond 100 kilometres from where I live.

This isn’t my first time avoiding a food & beverage franchise whenever I’m out with a luggage and/or travel bag. McDonalds, KFC, Pizza Hut, Kenny Rogers, Burger King, Sushi King, Famous Amos, Baskin Robbins and Starbucks are just some of the brands I swore not to step into their outlets…whenever I’m outside of my hometown.

And the reason for the ‘boycott’? Well, if you haven’t figured it out yet, Nando’s has finally arrived in Kuching.


And that means I get to enjoy their awesome PERi-PERi sauces as well as their juicy, flame-grilled chicken whenever I want to now! Heck if money’s not an issue, I could visit their brand new outlet every weekend at the all-new Vivacity Megamall, the latest and largest mall in Cat City!

What took you so long, Nando's?

What took you so long, Nando’s?

So when there was an offer to attend their grand opening on 12 December 2015, I simply had to say ‘YES!’. Oh, to brace the massive traffic, equivalent of half the city’s population (OK I am exaggerating here but you get my drift),  just for free food! I’m a sucker for free food.

3 Amigos

Perks of this event: I can bring along my ladies. lol. Anyway, a wefie while we wait for the grand opening to start. PHOTO CREDIT: Eve Dutches

While waiting to get in, we (the media/bloggers) got to hear the background of Nando’s from Mr. Daniel Kong, Chief Executive Officer of Nando’s Malaysia.

Nando’s Malaysia chief executive officer, Daniel Kong

Nando’s Malaysia chief operating officer, Daniel Kong

Followed by Nando’s “traditional dance”, the Chicken Dance…

…the appearance of Barci, Nando’s mascot…

Nando’s mascot Barci

Nando’s mascot Barci

…and finally, the egg (that’s been getting a lot of attention lately) hatched!

(Balloons are made of egg yolks?)

Anyway, we got to go into the restaurant. The interior’s quite welcoming I must say.

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But enough of that. It’s the food you want to know right?

We start with the appetizer. In my years of visiting Nando’s, I always go straight for the main course, so this was delightfully different for me.

Hummus with PERi-RERi Drizzle, with warm pita and olives

Hummus with PERi-RERi Drizzle, with warm pita and olives

Then the staff teased us by sending out the sides first:

PERi-Chips, PERi-Wedges, Grilled Veg, Coleslaw, Mediterranean rice and Corn-on-the-cob as the sides. I think it's almost all of their sides on offer!

PERi-Wedges, PERi-Chips, Grilled Veg, Coleslaw, Mediterranean rice and Corn-on-the-cob as the sides. I think it’s almost all of their sides on offer!

And then, the main star of the show. The magical taste of Nando’s PERi-PERi Flame-Grilled Chicken:

The 4 levels of heat

The 4 levels of heat

Just like the MC said, the chicken’s cooked to perfection!

Ah, it’s all delicious, even the sides were more than ordinary! Just like how I remembered it during my days in KL.

I love my chicken to be Extra Hot. That additive ‘kick’ if you know what I mean.

That's how much I love my Extra Hot PERi-PERi

That’s how much I love my Extra Hot PERi-PERi (PHOTO CREDIT: Eve Dutches)

I know all but one person on my table loves the Extra Hot too. However I am surprised by the survey from the ‘makan’ session: majority of the diners love the Lemon & Herb PERi-PERi Chicken the most!

Kuchingites in general don’t really like spicy food? Guess that’s the truth huh?

Oh, there’s a dessert too:

Chocolate cake, I think?

Chocolate cake, I think?

Didn’t try it. I finished half a chicken plus a fair bit of the sides. Too full to try. But I heard from my friends it wasn’t great. No matter, you don’t come to Nando’s for dessert!

With the usual suspects

With the usual suspects (PHOTO CREDIT: Eve Dutches)

I left Nando’s happy of course. Even more happy when the PR agency gave me a goodie bag like this one:

Best. Goodie Bag. I. Ever. Had!

What an awesome goodie bag!


Information on Nandos


Cool fridge magnets!

I’m really delighted Nando’s has made it’s mark in Kuching. Though I still wouldn’t dine at the eatery whenever I travel abroad. No offence, Nando’s! It’s just that I want to taste all the other restaurants/franchise that is not in my hometown yet (like Subway, Domino’s, Dave’s Deli, etc).

I can assure you however, that I’ll be a regular customer. And that’s something, ’cause I haven’t been a regular customers to all the other brands I mentioned earlier on!

So like a stereotypical advertisement, visit Nando’s today and enjoy some tasty flame-grilled chicken!

By the way, do sign up for Nando’s PERi-Village Loyalty app on the App Store and Google Play. You can get free chicken* if you visit them a lot.

Raising the party spirit at ELEVATE Kuching

Monday, October 15th, 2012

So, last night I was invited to attend this ELEVATE party in Terminal 1. And as mentioned in my previous post, I was indeed excited to see the performance of “elecoldxhot” as well the beauty (and skill) of DJ Juicy M.

After a lengthy wait to enter the club, we were greeted by one of the organizers, Ms. Priscilla to our VIP table. Lovely!

Not too long after that, I was approached by a lady…she wasn’t asking for my number, but rather she wanted me to play a game with Fahriee. Me being a natural video game geek, I duly accepted the challenge. Fahriee was of course beaten not once, but twice. Heh.

Fahriee in disbelief over my unusual finger technique.

My reward: A unique ELEVATE lighter. Thank you very much ELEVATE!

So we waited for elecoldxhot to perform…

Cyril waits like a boss.

So was the crowd…

I got bored a bit, so I took time to check out the crowd outside to see who’s hot and who’s not.

I even had the time to bring my friend out to 7-11 and grab supper for her plus her gastric pills. Though I wish she take care of herself more seriously.

By the time I came back, Terminal 1 was crowded!

At 11-ish PM, the venue was officially packed.

Then finally, elecoldxhot showed up! And they literally lighted up the stage!

Awesome moves from these guys wei!

The B-Boys certainly helped us to start the party. That usually means a bottle of liquor to go with the beers! The organizers provided free flow of beers too. Cue scenes of “Hangover” movie.

I think one of us is an Android.

DJ Juicy M then came by to our VIP corner. Not surprisingly, camera flashes everywhere.

Bit my tongue just to stay focused, if you know what I mean. Cath supervising Kim‘s eye contact.

I was hoping to impress her by saying “Pryvit” (pronounced pree-vee-it) or “Vitayu”, both meaning “Hello” in Ukrainian. What was supposedly a mingling session with her turned out to be only a photoshoot session before she left us. I did not get to say the one Ukrainian word I learnt that day to her 😦

Meanwhile, elecoldxhot continued to perform. I admire the level of confidence in them, despite the not-so-appreciative crowd (a lot more Uncles and Aunties than kids). That’s why they’re 8TV Showdown 2011 champions and many other competitions before that!

Thankfully the Chicken Dance did not reach the heights of Oppa Gangnam Style madness.

But enough of them sweating it out, it was time for me and my buddies to dance and sweat away with DJ Juicy M!

And she does not disappoint! In fact, she’s arguably the best foreign DJane to perform in Kuching to date…even better than DJ Mari Ferrari’s time at BarZ!ng last year!

These days, cameras and not human eyes are watching.

Most amazing of all, she did not play an Oppa Gangnam Style song! Hehe…on a serious note she truly has the skills to match with her beauty.

What a Saturday night/Sunday morning for me 🙂 It was certainly a fantastic night partying with my blogging friends as well as the friends that joined us. Without them, I would have “retired” from the clubbing scene about two years ago.

Fahriee thought he could do Son Goku’s “Instant Teleportation” skill. With a duplicated self in the background, that could well be possible…

Many thanks to Mr. Donovan of ELEVATE for giving us lucky five bloggers the privilege to party VIP-style. We hope to have another opportunity to party at ELEVATE, and when given more time, help you promote your future events further.

Physical memories of ELEVATE

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ELEVATE Kuching: What to expect

Saturday, October 13th, 2012

So later tonight I’ve been invited to go for this party:


Shamefully I have not heard of both of them the first time! After Googling them and watching YouTube videos of them, I come to the conclusion that I will have a damn good time tonight!

Let’s start with elecoldxhot. Yeap, odd B-Boy group name I must say, but check them out in this video:


And then there’s the hot DJ Juicy M:

Oh she’s good. DAMN GOOD.

So I’m very lucky to have the opportunity to meet both the B-Boys and DJ Juicy M in person tonight! 🙂

Right, I’ve just been assigned…

Monday, July 16th, 2012

…to give a speech for my cousin’s wedding tomorrow. It is an honor for me…however, I’m not exactly close with this cousin  of mine. In fact, I don’t exactly know what his hobbies are!

I guess with the power of ‘impromptu’, I’ll figure it out.

The last night in Singapore

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

I supposed I could either go lose some money at the Marina Bay Sands Casino…

…or, er, make new ‘friends’ nearby my hotel?

It is very possible this could be my activity on Saturday…

…and it is also very possible I’ll be on a date and watch this movie instead.

Hmmmmmm………decisions, decisions…