Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Garmin Mobile XT

I have been playing around with GMXT (Garmin mobile XT) for a while now and finally thought of just posting it. I know most of you guys are wondering why should I a Sabahan would need such tool? Well first of all I am working in a real estate line (just in case you forgotten). .. wait I never did mention that.. oh nvm lol

Anyway I use this to pin point the exact location of that property. Where back in the office it be much more easier for my to create a map using Google Earth and not browsing around. Installed on my phone which uses Windows Mobile 6.1 and yes it does work well with my phone.

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Small screenshot as I don’t want to upload the original size, anyway it is searching for satellites (1st picture) because I am in my room blogging about this.

Most of the map I got were from malsingmaps forum, the guys there are very helpfull and yes if you need a map and using garmin. Do not hesitate to register yourself there, but do be active too. If you guys are wondering where to buy Garmin Mobile XT. Well you guys should know that it is a discontinued product one of the malsingmaps forum member got in touch with them and this if what the reply was:

Dear Sir,
Thanks for contacting GARMIN corp.
We regret to say that our Garmin Mobile XT is discontinued since our nuvifone launches in the market. Please understand about this.
When replying to this message please be sure to include all previous correspondences.
Best regards,
Denise Ting
Marketing Dept, GARMIN Corp.
Add: No. 68, Jhangshu 2nd Road, Sijhih, Taipei County 221, Taiwan
Tel: 02-2642-8999 Ext: 6866
Hope this clear all doubts about Garmin MobileXT extinction news.



Anyway flying off to Philippines tomorrow and going to Makati City :D:D

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Streamyx new Package!! Faster and Much more Expensive!!!! Part 3

Finally good news or could be just a trick to scam people into subscribing? Maybe it is just me complaining but what if they are using this as a bait to pancing (fish) people??

“PETALING JAYA: Good news. The download cap on Telekom Malaysia’s UniFi high speed broadband service packages has been suspended.

The telco made the announcement on the Twitter microblogging site yesterday and said it made the decision after taking into account public feedback on the cap.

“NO volume cap 4 all #unifi packages 4 now. Decision due to public feedback. TM will only monitor usage pattern 4 time being,” read the tweet.” Read More...

This is good but then will they really just leave it uncap and for how long? Have a look at astro in a year maybe your bill went up from 60 to 70 and for what? new billing system crap or something like that. What happen when the public complain? NOTHING!

What is my advise to you all? use the basic, don’t bother trying to upgrade your speed because it will not really make much difference other then downloading your porn movies faster. Did you know it is illegal to download a copyright movie online? well not that nobody knows it is just that buying an Original in Malaysia is not really original. You see the movie cutting all the sexy part, removing some words, and anything to do with religion especially toward Islam might get banned. But anyway back to the point, don’t bother wasting your money on this new streamyx Package. You have been living in Malaysia, using the only monopolize ISP in Malaysia and you should understand they are making TONS OF MONEY.

Unless they can confirm you that this new package will never get capped and lowering the price then go for it. But for now… just say :


Streamyx Sucks

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Friday, March 26, 2010

Streamyx new Package!! Faster and Much more Expensive!!!! Part 2

There I was looking at my laptop screen at The Star news yesterday. Hoping for some good news from streamyx at lease I thought so. But to my disappointment it is not a good news, it is a unfair package more like it. But no I am not alone in this matter as there are others just like me and not only that it is on The Star news too!!! here are few of them complaining

“I wonder why TM embarked on this so-called High Speed Broadband project when even its present “low” speed is not maintained properly.

This month alone, I had a “port” problem thrice. I was unable to read my Streamyx webmail from overseas.

Calls to its service centre were met with, “Sir, it’s normal for our webmail to be like that.”

Shah Alam.”

HAHAHAHa now this is goooooood what are they going to answer to this good custormer?? heh useless ISP. Then he too is not alone.. there is Jo Timbuong who too wrote an artical about this:

“PETALING JAYA: After the excitement of Telekom Malaysia unveiling UniFi, its high-speed broadband service that offers Internet speeds of up to 20 megabits per second (Mbps), the bubble burst for many consumers here.

Some are disappointed over what they feel are expensive charges for the packages for home users: RM149 for 5Mbps, RM199 for 10Mbps, and RM249 for 20Mbps.

In Singapore, a 1Gbps (gigabit per second) service – which is five times the speed of a 20Mbps connection – only costs about RM200.

But the real disappointment is the realisation that the UniFi packages have a cap on the amount of data that can be downloaded.” Read More...

Well I am very sure there are many more who is complaining like in Lowyat as this is like so shit. Already lar our car tax so high, now we the rakyat thinking waa finally we get a chance to feel high speed broadband just like other country only to get disappointment as we can’t afford it. What the Telekom CEO has to say about it?

“Datuk Zamzamzairani Mohd Isa said at a press conference to announce the UniFi pricing yesterday that the measures were part of its Fair Usage Policy.

“This policy is a standard industry practice to ensure that all subscribers get to enjoy the same web surfing quality,” he said.” Read more…

What he says? Fair usage Policy? what the hell is that was there such thing saying it is a fair price? Were they asking the rich people to do the policy? I think this ceo is dumb. Wonder how did he end up there or is he just a proxy for some one? ba.. nvm I am just sticking with my rm66 package plus my never used telephone line which cost additional rm28 i think… Yes now days where got people use the house phone, almost every malaysian born and living has uses a Mobile phone.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Streamyx new Package!! Faster and Much more Expensive!!!!

Most of the Malaysian would have heard of this by now regarding the latest package from our monopolize ISP. So whats new?

“The 5Mbps package has a 60GB monthly cap on downloads RM149 per month, the 10Mbps package has a 90GB cap at RM199 per month, and the 20Mbps package has a 120GB cap at RM249. To compare, a typical two-hour high-definition movie is about 8GB in size.” Read more...

With this new package out I am sure a lot of us would subscribe to it only if it was not capped. Well they became much smarter and followed the other country by capping it and making it less affordable for the lower income group. This is what they said for the package that has no cap:

“There are no caps on the corporate packages, but prices are much higher. Companies will have to pay RM199 a month for 5Mbps, RM599 for 10Mbps, and RM899 for 20Mbps.”

Omg it is only available on corporate package but at a higher price!!!!  So you guys ready for the capped internet line? They can’t even maintain the stability of our ADSL connection and now they are thinking of setting a cap?

Wonder how those people who are downloading 1gb or 2gb file where the server does not support resume function get disconnected at 90% before completion of the download feel after taking on this package.. lol

Monday, March 22, 2010

A Memorandum on the Fate of Sabah –

A Memorandum on the Fate of Sabah in the Malaysian Federation

Presented by DANIEL JOHN JAMBUN, Esq. At the House of Commons, London, the United Kingdom

March 9, 2010

Good afternoon all Honourable Members of the House, ladies and gentlemen.

First of all, I would like to record our most sincere gratitude having been given this honour of presenting this memorandum before this esteemed House. Today, marks a moment of honour for the people of Sabah, the former North Borneo, for having been accorded this rare opportunity to present a Memorandum a matter of grave significance, a matter which affect our fate as the people of the Federation of Malaysia. We see this as a historical event, a moment granted by God’s grace, in which we can communicate under this honourable roof, to reminisce a milestone of history half a century ago which was followed by sad events that in too many instances happened with numerous misgivings. 

For decades now, we the people of Sabah, have been haunted by ghosts of history dating back to August 31, 1963, the day we gained independence from Great Britain. Malaysia was conceptualised and constituted with the best of promises, endearing in us hopes and dreams for a greater future. It is with sadness that I stand here to witness that what had transpired since September 16, 1963 had been a series of events that had led us to the present situation in which we can justly proclaim to be a situation of shattered hopes and broken dreams!

We therefore stand before this House, in good faith, to seek redress and to appeal for an inclusive dialogue, which we hope will lead to a clearer and brighter tomorrow to all parties concerned. I seek the indulgence of this House to hear our side of the story and adjudge the events of the past with a clear conscience and a sympathetic eye, and to lend us a hand in seeking a just and righteous solution to our problem. 

I would like to present three pertinent issues, which may or may not have direct concern of the present British government. Firstly, we need to take a critical review of the rationales and instruments for the formation of Malaysia. There is the nagging question of justice in the drafting of the critical Malaysia Agreement, the efficiency and integrity off the Cobbold Commission, the reliability of the promises of the Twenty Points, the Inter governmental Committee Report and the Malaysian Act, historical documents which must be familiar to the knowledge of the Honourable Lawmakers in this House. Secondly, is the perennial issue of security which now affect the sovereignty of Sabah within Malaysia. And thirdly is the case of the spiraling deterioration in the economic wellbeing of the people of Sabah.

Sabah’s Expectations of Malaysia vs Reality and the Malaysian Agreement

The facts of history is that Sabah, a former British colony, achieved its independence on August 31st, 1963. On September 16, 1963, it merged with Malaya, Singapore and Sarawak to form the Federation of Malaysia on terms agreed by all parties. The concept of merger and equal partnership was introduced by Tunku Abdul Rahman to allay fears in Sabah and Sarawak of the possibility of Malaya recolonizing them upon the departure of the British masters.

The terms of this Federation are contained in various documents such as the Twenty Points, the IGC report and of course the Malaysia Agreement, which on paper protected the interests of Sabah and Sarawak within this new Federation so that they do not lose their autonomy in certain areas of governance which gave meanings and substances to their independence.

Without doubt, this was the expressed hope of the founding fathers, principally Tunku Abdul Rahman, the first Prime Minister of Malaysia; Lee Kuan Yew, the former Prime Minister of Singapore, Donald Stephens and Mustapha Harun of Sabah, Stephen Kalong Ningkan of Sarawak, etc. Independent speeches were delivered by various leaders including Razak, Tun Mustapha, Donald Stephens and Sir William Goode to during the historic celebration of Sabah’s nationhood. I present several quotes from them below:

Today, is a historic day for Sabah. It marks the beginning of self-government and independence and the end of colonialism.

  • Sir William Goode, outgoing Governor of North Borneo

(Sabah Times, Jesselton, August 1, 1963) 

The Tunku naturally uttered several historic statements on the matter:

The granting of self-government too would enable Sabah to stand on its own feet as equal with Malaya, Sarawak and Singapore.

(Sabah Times, Jesselton, August 30th, 1963)

The important aspects of the Malaysia Ideal, as I see it, is that it will enable the Borneo territories to transform their present colonial status to ‘self government’ for themselves and absolute independence in Malaysia simultaneously...” 

“The days of imperialism are gone and it is not the intention of Malaya to perpetuate or revive them. When the Borneo territories become part of Malaysia, they will cease to be a colony of Malaya, they will be partners of equal status, no more or less than the other States.” 

(Strait Times, October 2nd 1962) The “other States” refer to the other States entities of Malaya, Singapore and Sarawak.” 

Today, more than forty six years after independence, the people of Sabah are asking what happened to these rosy pronouncements and assurances. In fact the Sabahans have always been seriously clarification as to why Sabah is now functioning as if it is only a colony of Kuala Lumpur. Many still remember the warnings given by former Indonesian president Sukarno, who said that Malaysia will not change colonialism but will only shift its headquarters from London to Kuala lumpur. Has Sukarno’s prophecy come true today?

Tunku Abdul Rahman kept assuring us that Sabah was now independent; that it was no longer a colony and that Sabah will have its” absolute independence” in Malaysia. What Tunku Abdul Rahman said was exactly what we expected Sabah to gain and benefit from being part of the Federation, i.e. being a fully autonomous state within the Federation. But contrary to that promise, the reality today is that Sabah has become the 12th state of Malaya. Federal government leaders, dominated by Malayans, today can arbitrarily change, at their whims and fancies, whatever they wish to suit their needs and convenience. They even ignored the Twenty Points and the Malaysia Agreement and made it sensitive to even talk about them.

The Problem of the Illegal and Legalised Immigrants in Sabah

About half of Sabah’s population of 3.25 million today are foreigners. Out of this number, 750,000 are undocumented or without travel documents or work passes. Dr Chong Eng Leong paper, “Human Rights and Citizenship: Its impact on Economics, Social and Cultural Rights,” presented at the SUHAKAM Roundtable Discussion on July 31, 2006 refers.

Of these, 60,000 are categorized as refugees and about 153,000 to 418,000 are those supposedly given work passes. In addition there are those with false documents but over and above these numbers are the 600,000 who have been given genuine Malaysian identity cards or MyKads by higher authority under “Projek IC  Mahathir” (Dr. Chong Eng Leong, Ibid.)

The most serious and obvious injustices inflicted upon Sabah is the deployment of non-citizen to become voters, thereby depriving citizens of the right to democracy and self-determination. The main category of foreign voters comprise the 600,000 who have been given Mykads, under “Projek IC Mahathir.” This project was widely debated in the local papers in 2006. A witness to a trial on an election dispute confessed in court to possessing a dubious identity card, telling the magistrate that he obtained his IC through “Projek President Mahathir.” This evidence was never contested, and nor has there been any denial form the former Prime Minister.

Security and Sovereignty

Most of these foreigners come from a neighbouring country (the Philippines) which, incidently, has yet to drop its territorial claim over Sabah. By the sheer number of the illegals from the Philippines alone, with their settlements surrounding all the major cities and towns, this claim could be easily legitimized. Sabah is now a haven for escaping terrorists, rebels and kidnappers. JI or Jemaah islamiyah, a terror network, has been identified as having its presence in Sabah. So is Darul Islam Sabah. Hence, with the presence of armed foreigners on our soil, Sabah is no longer a secure state. 

This begs the question: Where is the security that the founding fathers of Malaysia had promised us? With the explicit support of Great Britain, we had been hard-pressed to join in the formation of Malaysia, in the name of security from Indonesia’s Confrontation and Phillippines’ claim. But as it turned out, today Brunei, which opted out following a rebellion, and Singapore which was later expelled, are doing so much better. There is therefore no denying that Brunei had been far-sighted, and Singapore had been ironically blessed by its expulsion. 

Reverse Take Over

As the number of non-citizens are now rapidly outnumbering the local population in some areas (Dr Jeffery Kitingan, Justice for Sabah, Table 4.1), it is merely a matter of time for this foreign population to spread and overwhelm the whole of Sabah. SUHAKAM’s former Commissioner, Prof. Hamdan Adnan, once said that a foreigner reverse takeover is imminent if the trend continues unabated.


Sabah is a rich state endowed with much natural resources such as oil and gas, timber, fertile agricultural land and tourism potentials. With a population of just about three million, Sabah offers abundant promises for vibrant economic development and enviable prosperity. Unfortunately, Sabah today is the poorest state in Malaysia (according to the government’s Malaysia Plan Report). Most of Sabah’s  timber has already been harvested without any heed to sustainable supply management, and over eighty percent of the agricultural land develop for oil palm belong to corporate giants owned by west Malaysian companies. Ironically, Sabah is Malaysia’s largest oil palm producer with 60% of the  nation’s palm oil being produced in Sabah. Sabah is also one of three Malaysia’s oil producing states, producing more than 73,000 barrels of crude petroleum per day. Why then is Sabah poor and financially dependent on the federal government? The answer is simple: It is either that Sabah is not getting its fair share of its own wealth or is the victim of mismanagement, or both. UNDP (United Nation Development Program) put the State poverty rate at 24.3% of the population.   

Poorest State

Sabah, once the richest state in Malaysia, is now the poorest. Most of the poor are Natives in the rural areas, including paddy farmers, fishermen and smallholders. The state government of Sabah has one of the highest budget deficit in the country amounting RM252.89 million (2006). With a population of 3.25 million, its per capita income currently stands at RM9,536 compared to RM18,040 for Malaysia. This show a huge disparity with Sabah’s per capita income way, way below the national standard. Where do our riches go to? To be exact: to the Federal Government. Sabah can never be rich as long as our State cake” is continuously divided into thirteen.

Oil Revenue

Oil and gas belong to the state but in 1976 the federal government made the state surrender this state resource to a central government agency, PETRONAS. It is said that that the “Double Six” Tragedy (airplane crash at Sembulan which killed senior Sabah cabinet members, including the then Chief Minister Tun Fuad Stephens, the former Donald Stephens) was the result of the refusal by Stephens to sign away Sabah’s oil right in Labuan then. Soon after Tun Fuad’s funeral, Harris Salleh signed the agreement. In return the state gets only 5% of the oil revenue. Why? Why do we get only 5% of the revenue from oil, when in the first place, it is a state resource? Who gets the other 95%? How much revenue earnings have been generated from Sabah’s oil and gas, including their by-products?

Felda and Felcra

Land given out to Felda and Felcra by the State Government for the purpose of development assistance to the landless local was never implemented. According to the former Chief Minister, Harris Salleh, 300,000 hectares have been given to Felda/Felcra for this purpose. We know of no one Sabahan having benefited, although perhaps there may be a few. So who are the rest of the beneficiaries? Who is reaping the oil palm harvest from our land? Obviously, justice must be served. And these lands must revert back to the State Government and their utilisation reviewed as part of our economic revival and poverty eradication programmes. 


The enormous political implications of the non-citizens currently holding citizens’ identity cards are mind boggling. It is frightening to contemplate the ramifications of the fact that they can vote, as they have been recruited and mobilised by certain political leaders in the BN (the Barisan Nasional or National Front) ruling coalition. In fact most of these “voters for hire” have been recruited as members of UMNO (the United Malay National Organisation), the backbone of the BN.

Even a fellow BN member had openly admitted that illegals could be in BN parties. Chin Su Ling, Youth Chief of the Liberal Democratic Party, a component of the BN said there is a possibility that many illegal immigrants have become members of various BN component Sabah. (Borneo Post, Tuesday, September 19th, 2006). These foreigners may just be “voters for hire” at present but once they can organize themselves, they could be in a position to control Sabah UMNO and elect their own representatives into the State Assembly and Parliament. Once this is achieved they could take over the government and change the rules of the game in their favour. This is not impossible. 

How did Sabah’s population grow so fast? Are we more fertile than Sarawak or the peninsular? NO! The high growth in Sabah’s population is explained by the high arrivals of foreigners, many of whom were later exploited to become voters through the “Project IC.” Worse, these foreigners who obtained MyKads through the backdoor also claim to be Bumiputeras (sons of the soil). They are in fact The New Bumiputeras! These new “natives” are now the same number as the natives!

Source of Socio-economic Problems

This large foreign population in Sabah also presents a heavy drain on the economy and social services fund. One estimate puts this cost to the State between RM271 million to RM811 million a year. They also take away from the local quota for education in schools and institutions of higher learning. They use a lot of medical facilities and health care services and encroach onto natives lands, producing squatter colonies. They also rely on low cost housing schemes provided by the government. They are also involved in drugs. According to the police, 90% of drugs are from the Philippines. They steal water and electricity through illegal connections and pollute the environment. Employment wise, many illegals are now running taxis, mini buses as drivers.

“The illegal immigrants are the mother of all problems in Sabah” – Dato Bakri Zinin . High ranking Police Officer, Bukit Aman, Kuala Lumpur


The root cause of Sabah's dilemma is the fact that the Inter-Governmental Committee Report had failed to ensure Malaysian Government compliance with the Malaysia Agreement on a continuous basis. Various ‘modification’ and ‘adjustments’ had been surreptitiously inserted into the national governance mechanism which had trapped us into subservience and compliance and in the process eroding much of our rights and privileges. 

The IGC must be revived and the United Kingdom, along with Singapore, Sarawak, Sabah and Malaya (the Federal Government), must play an active role as sympathetic and just former master to institute effective and enduring rectifications. This is the least that we can ask for. This is also the way forward. The United Kingdom is the first stop in our mission to revive the IGC. Efforts are also being made at this material time in Kuala Lumpur by Dr Jeffrey Gapari Kitingan, the chairman of the Common Interest Group Malaysia (Cigma) to seek the same redress and review of the terms of independence And formation of the Federation of Malaysia. Likewise we are mobilising a similar mission to Singapore prior to seeking a dialogue with the Sabah and Sarawak State Governments on the same issue. 

With respect and reverence we lay our hopes and desires before this honourable House for a redirection of the negative trends that beset us in Borneo, in the full confidence that a vehicle to the future can be chartered for justice and truth, to pick up the pieces of the shattered hopes and broken dreams.

Thank you.


Copied from in case the website ever got shut down… :)

Saturday, March 20, 2010


I just forgot all about the Public forum and yes I did not attend it!!!!!  Then again where was I? well I was near kota Belud at a village called "Kampung Pituru”. What is Pituru? I have no idea.. sound like some old Japanese name. Anyway I went to see a beach land located there and well it is about 3 acres and facing Pulau Pandan. With white clean sand, lots of sea shell washed to the beach and not only that it is a private beach!!!!! Wish I could afford this then again I am just helping the owner to sell it.





So anyone interested on beach land? :)

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Green SURF :D




I guess most of you guys (Sabahan) would notice yesterday about the forum that is going to be held this Saturday. There is a group of Sabahan who are very finally made a move well I may be a bit slow in noticing them. As I hardly browsed around on the computer due to my job, but I will still try to contribute by letting people know about this group.

So who are this people:

“In a place close to the heart of many Sabahans, five prominent Non Governmental Organisations (NGO) have united to form a coalition named ‘Sabah Unite to Re-Power the Future’ or Green SURF, to oppose dirty energy such as coal-fired power plants.”

Pretty cool name eh, well the coalition aims to present positive solutions to the current energy situation in Sabah.

If you guys want to support then you should sign the petition saying:

To:  The Prime Minister of Malaysia, The Federal Government, Sabah State Goverment, Tenaga Nasional Berhad and Sabah Electricity Sdn.. Bhd.

We, the undersigned, agree to be part of and support this coalition which aims to create awareness on global warming, climate change and energy issues in Sabah,and build a platform where these issues can be discussed in an open and transparent manner, with the ultimate goal of supporting the development of cleaner and more sustainable sources of energy in Sabah.
Go to for more info.


The Undersigned
To sign the petition Click Here

Well there is a Facebook Group too I think you guys should join as I already sign and join the group

Click here to Join



Monday, March 15, 2010

Monday Morning

It is Monday and still morning I was reading the news and what I saw on the front page?


Finally a public forum is being held regarding the power shortage on Sabah but will this do any changes or they are going to brainwash the Sabahan to go ahead with the coal power plant?

Then again it is always a start for the pubic to finally give in their own opinion and suggestion rather then the government just saying what is best for the public. I hope someone will give a good proposal and not just say " We should use the wind energy!!” without thinking the cost of building such thing. Anyway I hope you guys be there as I would go there too :)

Saturday, March 13, 2010

What a strange day I had yesterday

In the morning I saw a disable man singing and well just watch the video:

The video is very blur but notice the red shirt moving around? well thats the disable guy being pushed by his brother or friend..

Anyway I went to Kg. Kebagu and yes it is located at the back of UMS. There is only 1 road access going there where if it rain I don’t think any small car could pass. Anyway there was a 5 acres land for sale there and yes the price is reasonable and it is a hill with no road access yet thought as it used to be use to plant rubber tree’s. Then again that was like 20 years ago the owner told me, so as we walked around the jungle the owner told me there were people mining for gold and I just said “oh..”. So we continue on walking and stumble on the people mining for goal, it was like a bit of shock to me seeing them  mining with just 2 people. Here is a video of the hole they dig:

They have all the tools, including a metal detector. Well I asked how long have they been digging and he replied “For months already we been digging here, with no gold yet.”. In my mind “Is there really any gold here???” but then you just never know how lucky some people can be.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

A news that just had to be shared.. RTD falls to his dead.

Well not that I am sad or anything.. but yes it is a sad and funny news. It happened just near my apartment, then again this man will always be remembered always.

“Kota Kinabalu: A Road Transport Department (RTD) enforcement officer from Shah Alam fell to his death while drying clothes from the second floor of an apartment at Api-Api Centre, Monday.” Read More…

jatuh sia2


I just can imagine how it happened, or assume how it happened.. His underwear or maybe other clothes fell on the roof. He feeling it was a expensive or embarrassment thing to be seen by other quickly went over the apartment balcony only to find out it was a hard plastic being used at that area he jumped on and fell to his dead.


Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Digi offering Iphone :D



It is even on the “The Star” newspaper:

“We are open to the idea of selling iPhones,’’ Celcom Axiata chief executive officer Datuk Seri Shazalli Ramly said yesterday. He said talks with Apple first began two years ago and the talks were still under way.

He did not give any indication on which way the talks would go but did admit that it was “not easy to sell the iPhones as we need to get a support system in place before we can do that. That is why we chose to focus on selling the Blackberry.’’" Read More...


Then again.. erm.. not really a fan of iphone but well it is from Digi :)

Monday, March 1, 2010

Chap Goh Mei

It is the fifteenth day of the new year is celebrated as  Chap Goh Mei, most of us would wait till this day to open up our angpao ( Wee I am not married yet hehe). I already open my one yesterday well it is 12.51am now.. considered the next day actually…

Anyway I have been to a few open house and recorded most of the lion dance performance. Compare to last year, most of them fell down from the metal poll stand. This year there were none, not to be such a superstitious person then again it was a bad year for most people last year. So I hope this year it be a good year for everyone.. anyway enjoy the video below. Sorry for not having a HD Video cam but better then nothing lol


For those who wish to know more about chinese new year stuff well there is Wikipedia :)