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Movie Weekend

As promised, I went to KL last weekend due to the long weekend break (Oops ponteng-ed on Sunday). Watched 2 movies on the same day.

This poster I found in Wiki is cool, it states how to pronounce the 'Ip Man'. Haha!

Wow Ip Man (pronounced Yeep, not I.P.) is good!! damn good!!

Maybe it's just me, Ip Man is one of the best kungfu movies I liked so much after Jet Li's Fong Sai Yok series! I never really pay much attention in Donnie Yen's movies, but his kungfu image and trademark has been well known for so many years.

In this movies, Donnie Yen potraits Ip Man, the grandmaster of the Wing Chun and sifu of Bruce Lee. The fighting scenes were all choreographed by Sammo Hong.

In one of the forum in lowyet where people talked about this movie, most of them commented that Donnie Yen's acting is too stiff. A stiff look belongs to a humble man like Ip Man, isn't it? Gee~~~

My fav scenes in the movie:
1. Kiut~!! : When Ip Man and Jin Shan Zhao are fighting in the living roo…


Congratulation ;)

...and Merry Christmas =)

Discovery Channel - I Love the World

The world is just awesome =)

But, I just wonder... I think I see two versions of this commercial. Another one is, Adam and Jamie took part in the singing too... Hmm... Whatever~

I love the whole world =)

Happy Post ^_^

Result is out! =)

And I'm hyper happy! ^-^

You know what does that mean...?

Oh gosh! I'm so excited I might spend loads of money in KL this weekend to get a gift for myself

Latihan Indutri (5) - BP cuffs

Today I visited ward 3 - Baby ICU with Apis to fix 2 BP sets.

This is a first time I actually see the BP cuffs used for babies, infants and children. See the size differences between the cuffs?

The adult cuff looks so gigantic among those baby cuffies. Kiut~~~ ^_^

We need to try the cuffs to make sure there's no air leaking - which means the cuffs are good. Of course we tried out first with the adult cuff to make sure the BP set is working. Then I tried the baby cuffs.

OMG~ My baby's arm will be as big as my three fingers

And OH look the size of the arm is the same as my thumb...

Random story time:
I asked mum yesterday about the Christmas holiday because I thought there's no holiday in Kelantan on the day (because as I remembered I worked on that day when I was with Akrab).

Mum said: We always have holiday in December!How should I know?

Nee said: What about Christmas?

Mum said: We always have holiday in December! Don't you get it? We always have holiday in December!!

Nee said: .…

Latihan Indutri (4) & 冬至

1. Yesterday was 冬至, a chinese festival that celebrates for the beginning of Winter (冬至=冬天的到来 wtf). On this day, we will eat Tang Yuan, a kind of none(in malay)-alike sweeties, which we knead the flour into dough, then tear it into small pieces, and roll it until it becomes a round small tiny dough. It's been 2 years (i think) already that I haven't celebrate this day with my family. Sigh. But this year is finally excluded! =)

Correction: The actual event of 冬至 aka Dong Zhi aka Dang Jek aka Winter Solstice is that it falls on the shortest day on the year - usually either 21 or 22 Dec. Old folks saying that the weather condition of 冬至 is inverse proportionally to the weather condition of CNY, which means if it's raining on 冬至, it will be a big sunny day on CNY. On the early years, it really proves the authentication of this statements. However, nowadays the uncertain weather condition strikes, this kind of saying is unreliable.

Even though there's only 2 of us in the hous…

Latihan Indutri (3)

This is the story of what I do everyday in Radicare Hospital Kota Bharu.

Our job tasks are roughly divided into three major tasks:
1. T&C (Testing/Training & Commissioning)
2. Unscheduled Maintenance/Respond (e.g. phone call complaint)
3. PPM (Planned Preventive Maintenance)

1. Task 1 will be done when a new equipment is purchased by the hospital and the equipment have been delivered by the vendor/supplier and received by the particular hospital department. Until now, I have attended 3 t&c for 3 different equipments (syringe pump, endoscopy balloon control unit and patient monitoring system PMS).

The 'chaplang' PMS which costs RM13k +.+

T&C is a very good opportunity for us to not staying bored in the office while able to spend long time elsewhere. Wakakka!

2. Task 2 is the most important and most frequent task that I/we will encounter in a day. Nurse or sister will call up Radicare office when there's a breakdown, either critical or normal (not that they can judge…

Latihan Industri (2)

This morning, we have a so-called perhimpunan at our Radicare office's parking bay.

Well, it can consider a 'standard' perhimpunan procedures except one: nyanyikan lagu Negaraku! =D

After several days and weeks of non-stop rainy days, this two days' weather was great. Sunny bright sun light is back. So is today, and damn it's so hot for us to stand under the sun +.+ After baca doa, the pengerusi rancangan introduced the new staffs, and us O_o to all the staffs. Luckily there were 8 of us, but I can still feel some heat on my face *blek*

Our biomedic manager gave his speech first. It was so weird he talked about 'eat' and eating habit O_0 Then FEMS manager's turn, talking about a story which the moral of the story is be yourselves O_0 Lastly was the Radicare Kelantan manager's turn, and finally more related agendas he talked about (although the sun was so hot I couldn't absorb anything he said already).

On the afternoon we had a small bek woh at our …

Latihan Industri (1)

Today is the second day of my InTra aka Industrial Training aka Latihan Industri aka LI. Yay it's fun!

First day of LI was booooriinnggg. Most of the time I just sat in the office facing the other coursemates who went to the same place and the staffs. The office is not as big as the HUSM's biomedical office, plus the staffs are more than HUSM's, so the office is a little packed. Even the staffs don't have their own seat or cubicle. Hmm...

Today, I was so occupied and busy! Haha! Siao one busy also can be so happy +.+ I think I've walked almost few thousand steps today. I went to almost every corner of HKB, since morning sending equipments retrieving equipments at few wards and labs, Top syringe pumps training & commissioning at ward 3; evening session: another round of sending and retrieving equipments to-fro wards. Shiok!

And the fun-er part is, we getting closer and closer among the staffs. Can even start one or two lame jokes with them already! Hehe =)

Just hope…