What's Fox, Pretty Celebrity, Boardgames, and Hope have in common? They all appeared in last Sunday's charity run in aid of cancer research, the famous TERRY FOX RUN! Were you not there? Aiyoh...
Kings & Queen of Comedy Asia 2010
It was billed as the first ever night of kings.. and queen... of comedy where you get 5 stand-up comedians at the top of their game bringing you the BIGGEST laugh in a live comedy event! For some reason, the organizer is doing this show for a single night only (in KL) which obviously did... Continue Reading →
It’s Show Time!
IT'S SHOW TIME!Busy is not good. Busy makes you missed good shows. Haiz. Wasn't even aware of it but Short&Sweet Dance Gala Finals was last Sunday (17/10). Could have gone but were not tracking it, so didn't even know the Gala Finals were on Sunday. LIf you like stuff like this, keep tracking them at... Continue Reading →
Terry Fox Run 2010
This was first posted at the Boardgamecafe.net site. I'm cross-posting it here to share with readers who are not Boardgamecafe.net fans.They said "running" and "boardgaming" don't mix well. Argument is that one (running) is active while the other (boardgaming) is passive. One tests your physical limits while the other stretches your mental endurance.The above argument... Continue Reading →
This Kanban Flow tracks the sales pipeline (and fulfillment) for the BGC business. Happy to see the upward trend of the flow and a great appreciation to the BGC team for keeping this going strong. JWill be writing more about this Kanban methodology as part of my "Project Management consulting" blog but since I'm not... Continue Reading →
BEATLES here there everywhere….
With John Lennon's 70th anniversary (if he was still alive) being celebrated today, it was no wonder everyone's favourite BookXcess (the evil bookshop haha) decided to have a couple of their books on vivid display in their shop, which helped to lure unsuspecting folks who were just innocously passing by on an easy Saturday.......... and... Continue Reading →
Charity Art for the Children of Cambodia
Siem Reap is a place that evokes mixed feelings of melancholy and happiness. Happy becoz I'd a tremendous time there two years ago during our Angkor Way '08 trip with a group of friends. The temples & ruins of Angkor were magnificent and still holds an awe of a civilization long gone. My blog about... Continue Reading →
Band of Brothers 2 (Pacific) to premier March 14 (HBO)
From the people who gave us the awesome "Band of Brothers" TV series, comes the sequel "The Pacific" which premieres in the U.S. this March 14.Official site: http://www.hbo.com/the-pacific/index.htmlFrom the HBO Official website, here's the summary for this mini-seriesThe Pacific is an epic ten-part mini-series. The Pacific tracks the intertwined real-life stories of three U.S. Marines Robert Leckie,... Continue Reading →
Fried-out Kombie to pay Kookaburra royalties…
,Oops... an Australian court rules that Men-at-Work, an Aussie band famous in the 80s, used part of the melody from a popular children song "Kookaburra Sits in the Old Gum Tree" for their hit single "Down Under".Traveling on a fried-out Kombie, on a hippie trail, head full of zombie....I met a strange lady, she made me... Continue Reading →
Garmin Forerunner 50
After my first run at SCKLM a few weeks back, I realized my biggest challenge on Race Day is not knowing how to pace myself. I did most of my running at the gym (True Fitness) and only does one on-the-road (OTR) run on Sunday evening at KLCC.On the treadmill, it's easy to pace and... Continue Reading →