Dah 3 ari dah nya xda, still berasa piluk ati. Naip tuk pun, mata beraik.
Mun ikutkan, xpernah pun bsalam or dekat ngan nya, tapi impact nya sangat kuat.
Jasa org ninggal tok nan mmg xkan sapa2 dpt ulang, or polah lagik. Harap2 sapa2 yg nyambung keja tok nan, teruskan lah
1 Polyethylene terephthalate (PET or PETE) 
Used to make soft drink, water, sports drink, ketchup, and salad dressing bottles, and peanut butter, pickle, jelly and jam jars.
GOOD: Not known to leach any chemicals that are suspected of causing cancer or disrupting hormones.
2 High density polyethylene (HDPE)
Milk, water, and juice bottles, yogurt and margarine tubs, cereal box liners, and grocery, trash, and retail bags.
GOOD: Not known to leach any chemicals that are suspected of causing cancer or disrupting hormones.
3 Polyvinyl chloride (V or PVC) 
Most cling-wrapped meats, cheeses, and other foods sold in delicatessens and groceries are wrapped in PVC.
BAD: To soften into its flexible form, manufacturers add “plasticizers” during production. Traces of these chemicals can leach out of PVC when in contact with foods. According to the National Institutes of Health, di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP), commonly found in PVC, is a suspected human carcinogen.
4 Low-density polyethylene (LDPE)
Some bread and frozen food bags and squeezable bottles.
OK: Not known to leach any chemicals that are suspected of causing cancer or disrupting hormones, but not as widely recycled as #1 or #2.
5 Polypropylene (PP)
Some ketchup bottles and yogurt and margarine tubs.
OK: Hazardous during production, but not known to leach any chemicals that are suspected of causing cancer or disrupting hormones. Not as widely recycled as #1 and #2.
6 Polystyrene (PS)
Foam insulation and also for hard applications (e.g. cups, some toys)
BAD: Benzene (material used in production) is a known human carcinogen. Butadiene and styrene (the basic building block of the plastic) are suspected carcinogens. Energy intensive and poor recycling.
7 Other (usually polycarbonate)
Baby bottles, microwave ovenware, eating utensils, plastic coating for metal cans
BAD: Made with biphenyl-A, a chemical invented in the 1930s in search for synthetic estrogens. A hormone disruptor. Simulates the action of estrogen when tested in human breast cancer studies. Can leach into food as product ages.

Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/which-plastics-are-safe.html#ixzz4EIsi2rq1

From now until 11 July 2016, Pixajoy is giving 1 Free Personalised Name Card for their customers! Go to http://www.pixajoy.com.my/name-card-theme/foc to get your free name card!
But, you are subject to postal charges.

Hehehe. As if like I am doing the Promotion during Ramadhan! Actually, there are a few promotion on going during this Holy month in Malaysia. I am listing just a few that have caught my attention!
The capital of Thailand, Bangkok is a very special place for me! I went there for my 30th birthday in 2012, then 2013 and with my parents in 2014! Surely, I missed Bangkok so much.I just wish I can visit Bangkok again!

Back in 2012. Supposedly a group trip of 4, became a pair trip of 2 at the very last minute! Just a week and a few days before the trip, 2 of us cancelled the trip. Leaving me and Firdaus to decide whether to go or not to go. We shorten the trip from 4 days to 3 days (24-26 Nov 2012). We celebrated my 30th birthday in Bangkok on a Tuk Tuk!

At the very last minute, I managed to found a hostel, Saphaipae Hostel! A very well known hostel in Bangkok! Me and Firdaus stayed there for 2 nights! There are TV room and a laundry room! I remember watching Spider-Man movie in Thai language! Hehehe

We asked the direction to Chatuchak Weekend Market at the concierge and luckily, we found the famous market!

We went back to Bangkok for a little shopping for Firdaus' mini online business. We stayed at the same hostel, but this time we paid for the deluxe double bed.

I went to Bangkok for the 3rd time, and this time with my parents. We also stayed at the same hostel, just that we booked the double bed for my parents, and I took the mixed dorm. Most of my activities was at my parents' room.

Brought my parents to the Chatuchak Weekend Market, then the market next to it Or Tor Kor Market. We went to Madame Tussauds Bangkok and also the shopping complexes.

At Chatuchak Weekend Market, I never failed to go to Mix Me Grass Jelly Drink

My main transportation are the public transport such as the BTS, the MRT, the taxis, the buses and the Airport Rail Link.

Other Useful Reference

10 Incredible Health Benefits of Fasting:

1. Fasting Promotes Detoxification
The act of fasting promotes detoxification, since fat is burned and toxins are released. As the body breaks down its fat reserves, it mobilizes and eliminates stored toxins.
2. Fasting Improves Insulin Sensitivity
Fasting improves insulin sensitivity (which is a very big deal). When your cells are tickled by the effects of insulin, they do a much better job modulating your blood sugar levels after meals and this makes life a lot easier for your poor old pancreas.
3. Fasting Rests Digestive System
During fasting, the digestive organs rest. Fasting gives the digestive system a much-needed rest. After fasting, both digestion and elimination are invigorated.
4. Fasting Boosts Immunity
Fasting boosts immunity if one is careful not to break their fast with an abnormally excessive amount of food. Fruits contain vitamins A and E which boost immunity so one should take care of their balanced diet in between fasts if this is to take place. Fruits should be eaten a lot while breaking the fast.
5. Fasting Corrects High Blood Pressure
Fasting corrects high blood pressure without drugs. Fasting will normalize blood pressure in the vast majority of cases, the blood pressure will remain low after the fast, if the person follows a health-supporting diet and lifestyle.
6. Fasting May Help to Overcome Addictions
Fasting makes it easy to overcome bad habits and addictions. Many people have overcome tobacco and alcohol addictions by fasting, and even drug addictions. Fasting rapidly dissipates the craving for nicotine, alcohol, caffeine and other drugs.
7. Fasting Promotes Weight Loss
Fasting initiates rapid weight loss with little or no hunger. It reduces the store of fats in the body. However fasting is not a good weight loss strategy. Reducing fat and sugar intake, and increasing fruits and rest are better measures to achieve weight reduction.
8. Fasting Resolves Inflammatory Response
Some studies show that fasting triggers resolution of inflammatory diseases and allergies, examples of such being arthritis and skin diseases such as psoriasis. Some experts even suggest that fasting could magically heal the inflammatory bowel diseases such as ulcerative colitis.
9. Fasting Promotes Healthy Diet
Fasting is the perfect gateway to a healthful diet and lifestyle. Going on a fast gives you the motivation and enthusiasm to make a fresh start. It has been observed that fasting reduces craving for processed foods. It promotes desire for natural foods, especially water and fruits.
10. Fasting Clears the Skin and Whitens the Eyes
Fasting clears the skin and whitens the eyes. It is common to see skin eruptions clear while fasting, and the whites of the eyes never look so clear and bright as they do after fasting.
Source Link.
Monday, 30 May 2016
Reached home at around 7.30am from work. After lunch at home, we off to Aeon Shah Alam. Went to the toys area for the boys to take photo with the Gundam display. We had the famous Gindaco Takoyaki and more photos.



Then, we off to the i-city! The trick to get a lower entrance fee is, to come in at 7.00pm onwards! i-city theme park is closed during Ramadhan month!


Tuesday, 31 May 2016
Since my duty was in the afternoon, not much activity. We just went to Tesco Ara Damansara for lunch and a little shopping.

Wednesday, 01 Jun 2016
Heading to Genting Highlands for our one night stay at the First World Hotel and the Power Rangers Live in Genting 2016 show! We took the Express Bus from One Utama at 11.30am. We purchased the bus tickets together with the Genting Skyway tickets.

We meet up my sister, her husband and the youngest of The Amielzas at the lobby. We booked 2 Triple Deluxe Rooms with 3 VIP Adult ticket and 2 VIP Child tickets for the Power Rangers show.

Reached the hotel at around 1.00pm, since we have small children and elderly, we proceed with early checkin. Early checked in cost us MYR5.00 for each room. At that time, no connecting rooms and no nearby rooms available. So, one of the rooms at the 23rd floor, and the other one was at 27th floor. So, me and my parents were in the room on the 23rd floor and my sister and her family were on the 27th floor room.

At around 3pm, I went down to get the tickets at the Genting Box Office at Genting Grand. At that time, there were a lot of people coming up as the standard check in time is at 3.00pm!

We had dinner first before we go to the show.


The Power Ranger show was at night, at 9pm and finished at 10pm.

Thursday, 02 Jun 2016
Checked out at 8.00am, since we to need to be at the Genting Skyway station before 9.30am to catch the bus there. Then from Genting Skyway, we took the Express bus to One Utama.


They took the 9.00pm flight back to Kuching.

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