Baby got herself a suitor. This chap is rather excited about her.
2 Apaches helicopters while enjoying the seafood meal. Practising for National day on the 9th.
Only 1,720 Malays have migrated
MUAR: Only 1,720 Malays have surrendered their citizenship to migrate to other countries between 1996 and April this year, Home Affairs Minister Datuk Mohd Radzi Sheikh Ahmad said.
He said the total number of Malaysians who had left the country since Independence was 106,003, of which 10,411 were Malays, 86,078 Chinese, 8,667 Indians and other races 847.
“I want to clarify the figures given by my deputy (Datuk Tan Chai Ho) who said recently that more than 79,000 Malays have surrendered their citizenship to live abroad,” he said.
Mohd Radzi said that between 1996 and April this year, 28,527 Malaysians had surrendered their citizenship.
Paradon Srichapan and his fiancee , former Russian Miss Universe.
A Korean group called the Super Juniors attracted a legion of screaming girl. I tot someone died. But nooo.... a group got to call themselves the super juniours that sounded so cheezy. Advertisement group for some diaper company maybe...
Screaming girls still around late at night till 2 am. Oi... diam le..
Ah, my magical hair stylist called Mustafa who threw the hair up in the air and cuts at the same time. Real skill for real manly customers who are not scared of death.
Asok , from the Simpsons. Now we know where he came from ...
Good to stay at one of the most expensive hotel in Bangkok. Thank you Shell!! for the opportunity to know these people.
Showing her how to .. ehmm ... pretend to work. I have no idea why they make her work in front of the restaurant.
Starbucks with coffee jelly. A miss.
The pork mee in chatuchak market is superb. A teachew owner. It was hot eating this under the hot sun.
Looked something like this. But nothing to buy though except some nice lounge music CDs.
The "show" where ladies use creativity with their assets. We lasted 10 minutes before they tried to cheat us. Left in a pronto before the tonto comes. And got scolded for taking this pic.
Sukhunvit area ( seemed to be full of clubs for Japanese man). But found a nice club called Mojo. Nice band and the locals are more interested with Gwailo man. So, had a peaceful beer. And managed to watch the Malaysia football team got thrashed by Uzbekisan 5-0.
Gay Street - where we got touched and carassed. In fact, i dun think the guys there care so much about business except in taking advantage :). And i tot that gay street is basically a street full of restaurants frequented by gays. No wonder the local Thais have concerned look when I told them that I wanted to go.
Nice structure, but rather industrial. The ceiling were not even cat-ted.
Line of sight.
Amazingly, my observation so far that all the wedding that I have attended from my family side... the man continues to shed tears... esp. in giving speaches & when thanking parents. I think it is ok and right for men even to cry at these special days. That shows that we have 'heart'.