• Meeting Adi, again in Brunei

    catching up with my good friend, mr samuel tan @hi_samueltan based in KL, a quick stop here doing his PR stuff. A post shared by Adi Zulhazmi MS (@uncle.chong) on Aug 2, 2016 at 8:42pm PDT It is great to catch up with friends abroad, and this time round, I met Adi Salleh and his lovely family. Adi’s eldest daughter studies in a Chinese school, which I had the privilege to meet, and spoke about briefly in Mandarin.  I shared with Adi that how my dear wife forced me to communicate with the twins when they entered into pre-school in Mandarin only, and she will penalise us if she found…

  • Great session to learn about food and its business

    Who does not love food. I am sure there are, some. I am not one of  them. However I am not the crazy one, who would drive to some places to have the meals, just because it is so good. I remember once we headed to Georgetown to collect the tiles which we ordered, and the seller offered us to follow them to try the best Penang Hokkien Meet, aka, prawn mee.   When we got there, the stall owner informed us, 2 hours waiting period. We did not eat the so called famous Hokkien Mee, unlike many others, whom may have thought drove 3-4 hours up north, what is…

  • RM1 Food Fair, My First

    Kimball, a household name in sauces for more than 40 years in Malaysia held its first one-day picnic-in-the-park styled food fest that added drama to the ‘good food’ list of foodies, families and fans in the Klang Valley, at Setia City Park, Shah Alam, today. Thousands of people tucked into a variety of Kimball-icious dishes, as Pesta Makan-Makan Kimball made a dramatically delicious debut.

  • Face the issues, do not run away from them

    I have been thinking and actually got me thinking more today, after I listened to a segment on the Chinese radio, about a male asking what should he be doing, as he is the caused to the death of his former girl friend and the deceased girl friend family remains not to pardon for what he has done.  Seriously, I would not have asked this silly question, in general, no family, especially parents would ever consider forgiving the person. What I would like to put forward is – live your damn life (apology God).  Face the fact, the problems, the issues and work on solving them.  Stop being sissy and…