Friday, August 26, 2016

The Anthem of the Heart Review

It is an amazing film filled with metaphors with details of emotions and character developments.

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Komugi Cafe Cream Puff Review

This is a non-sponsored post

So that day went to Komugi and try their latest Cream Puff available.

Cream Puff: RM4.80

Look at the cream spilling out, it's not overly sweet, it's moist, combine with the crust of the cream puff, it really taste very well-balanced. It will taste even better if the cream puff is hot enough, with the cold cream inside, that will be dayummm!

Apricot Brioche : RM 3.90

Also tried this bread, it is simple and nice, with a nice sweet center apricot, it is not the overly sweetened apricot, but just nice. Worth a try! 

Sunday, December 28, 2014

20 Left-Handed Facts That You Might Not Know!

Are you a left handed? Do you know what is the perks of being a left-handed? Here is the LEFT HANDED FACTS

Scientific Left Handed Facts
  1.  Make up between 5% and 10% of the population
  2. More likely to have allergies
  3. More prone to migraines
  4. More likely to be insomniacs
  5. Use the right side of the brain the most
  6. Three times more likely to become alcoholics – the right side of the brain has a lower tolerance to alcohol!
  7. More likely to be on extreme poles of the intelligence scale
  8. Tend to reach puberty 4 to 5 months later than right handers
  9. More likely to suffer stuttering and dyslexia
  10. Twice as likely to be a man
  11. Better at 3D perception and thinking
  12. Better at multi-tasking
  13. Live on average 9 years less than right handed people
  14. 39% more likely to be homosexual

Some Other Facts

  1. At various times in history, left-handedness has been seen as many things: a nasty habit, a mark of the devil, a sign of neurosis, rebellion, criminality, and homosexuality. It has also been seen as a trait indicating creativity and musical abilities.
  2. Tests conducted by St. Lawrence University in New York found that there were more left-handed people with IQs over 140 than right-handed people. Famous left-handed intellectuals include Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, and Benjamin Franklin.
  3. In many Islamic countries, people are forbidden to eat with their left hand, which is considered “unclean” because it is used for cleaning the body after defecation. Additionally, “public display” or use of the left hand is against the law in some Islamic countries, including Saudi Arabia.
  4. Mothers who are over 40 at the time of a child’s birth are 128% more likely to have a left-handed baby than a woman in her 20s. Left handed people adjust more easily to seeing underwater.
  5. Left handed people adjust seeing better underwater
  6. August 13th is known as the Left-Handed Day!

So there's some advantages and also disadvantages of being a left-handed person, but hey! We are still unique individuals after all!

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Mystery Island on Malaysia

I will be going for an adventure! To a mystery island on Malaysia! It is not Pangkor, not Pinang, not Ketam nor Langkawi. There will be not a lot of tourist, or maybe none. It is because this is not a commercialized island. There will be less pollution, as less people know about this island.

What I hope from it is.
The water will be as clear as crystal glass, fishes run free in the sea, sand will be as smooth as a cup of morning latte, and let the Sun shine on my skin, let it burn a little, let mother nature work, as we combine together as one.

I will be going for an adventure, read my updated post after Merry Christmas 2014.

See ya!

Monday, December 22, 2014

Is A-levels Tough?

Is A-levels tough you asked? Well, my answer will be no, AS LONG AS you put your heart to it, it will definitely not be a hurdle to you.

For me, I was a science student when I was studying A-levels with subject combination of Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. There is definitely ups and downs throughout the journey, but trust me, as long as your goal is clear, with good time management and hard work to your studies, it will pay off.

Many students suffer from juggling too much subjects, for me it's important that you need to have a least sense of passion to the subject you are learning. For example, Mathematics, you need to be at least not afraid of numbers to do it. MENTALITY IS THE KEY. You need to know that you can do it and you will do it.

Being an A-levels student means that you will need to have GOOD TIME MANAGEMENT SKILL, click here to see my Life Of Being An A-levels student post. Well-balanced time for academics and also leisure, it is very essential for your life as a student. You need to know, WORK HARD, PLAY HARD.

Another key of sailing through A-levels will be SETTING YOUR PRIORITY RIGHT. I won't say that hanging out with friends and doing leisure activities are a waste of time, no they aren't, but then this will link back to your main goal of the day, what is that you want? Hence, being well cleared that you know your GOALS, then strive to it, and you must set the priorities right.

Don't forget, nothing can come out just a night, you definitely need to put in time and effort, only success will comes to you.

Saturday, December 20, 2014

Life Of Being An A-Levels Student

Oh hey there!

I see you there! So I bet you are here for a reason. Maybe you are an A-Levels student, maybe you are deciding to choose A-levels or not, maybe you just randomly stumbled upon this site. But by reading this blog, there will definitely be benefits for you, I promise!

So here I will list down 5 things I have learnt about being an A-levels student!

1) It's all about time management!

You will be having a test next morning at the first class, now you are burning midnight oil, trying to squeeze all the maths formula in that tired brain of yours. You feel like dying, you feel like you will be failing your test tomorrow, experience that before? (I bet you did) That is the typical BAD TIME MANAGEMENT of a student.

It is important to have a good time management especially when you have different subjects in college/university to juggle around. Get your exam dates right, be well prepared before the exam, for me personally, depending on the amount of things that I need to study, it can vary from 3 days to 1 week for a test or even 3 months to 5 months for a major exam. I think it's very flexible to any individuals, shorter or longer time period, as long as you are able to finish the syllabus, and be very prepared no matter how the question twist itself, then you will be fine!

2) Do your past-year papers!

Another key of be well prepared for your exams will definitely be able to familiarized yourself with the exam paper itself. Be sure that you did sufficient amount of past year papers, but don't just do it without gaining anything from it, you should familiarized yourself with the format of the paper, and try different variation of questions, so you will be able to be calm in the exam even though it is something you are not so sure about.

3) Have enough rest

A good rest is essential for your mind to work, it don't just let you be fully awake for the next day, but it is essential for you to remember what you have learnt during the day. Getting a full 8 hours sleep will let you be healthier and also more alert!

4) Get a study group

Getting a few friends and have a study group is not just changing of knowledge between each other, but it will also be a challenge to you of what you already know. For example, your friend don't understand a question in physics, you know how to solve it, but not how to explain it, and this will further challenge your own knowledge as I was once told by my teacher, "If you know how to solve but not how to explain, it just proves that you still don't truly understand." Hence, getting into a study group will definitely be beneficial to everyone in the group.

5) Lastly, HAVE FUN

Being a student is stressful enough with pile of homework, test, exams. What you need to know is you need to have fun, get into a club that you like, invest your time to play. I personally love to play table tennis (and lucky that there's a table tennis court in my college). Hang out with your friends, have some drinks, this should be part of your college/ university life too! It's not all about the work and the books. Enjoy while it last!

Sunday, October 26, 2014

I Want To Touch A Dog - Malaysia In Depth

Activity "I Want To Touch A Dog" has made a huge reaction in the society in Malaysia recently, where Malaysia as a Muslim country, in the Wikipedia it says

"Many Muslim jurists consider dogs to be ritually unclean. (najis)However, "jurists from the Sunni Maliki School disagree with the idea that dogs are unclean." Individual fatāwā ("rulings") have indicated that dogs be treated kindly or otherwise released and earlier Islamic literature often portrayed dogs as symbols of highly esteemed virtues such as self-sacrifice and loyalty, which, in the hands of despotic and unjust rulers, become oppressive instruments."

On 25 October, Syed Azmi has made a statement of apology towards the uneasy and reaction of some part of society. But he also mention that this program is to educate Muslim to overcome the fear of dogs, under the Islam rules to correctly treat dogs, and it is definitely not promoting Muslims to have dogs as pets.

He said that

"Kami akui kelemahan dan minta maaf. Kami tidak pernah galakkan orang Islam untuk pegang anjing tanpa sebab,"

"We know our weaknesses and we apologize about it. We never once promote Islams to hold dogs without a reason"

Based on Sin Chew Newspaper, Syed Azmi one day will get roughly 2000 threat SMS-es (including death threats).

So what's your view about this issue? Let me know in comment section!

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