Friday, September 24, 2010

Love The Way You Lie - MASHUP (free mp3!)

Love this guy, Sam Tsui.

I think he should be the part of Glee. the whole group, because he can't be the best without his crew.

Please go to watch it and support them if you like them too.

Love the songs,


Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Adam Lambert and Daughtry Are Coming...!!!

24, 25 and 26 of September 2010, Adam Lambert and Daughtry will be in Singapore. They are going to hit the town. Woopey...!!! I really can't wait for that day.
If you are a big fan of Adam Lambert, Daughtry, Mariah Carey or Sean Kingston , please hurry and 'grab' a ticket of Formula 1 Grand Prix. I bet you will have a wonderful days with them.

( Mr. Glambert, The hottest !)

( DAUGHTRY...Oh My GOD, love them)

( Mariah Carey, love her songs...woopey)

People, what are you waiting for? Go and buy a ticket for yourself. It's time for you to have some fun with superstar. lol
I wish I can be there but I can't. I gotta attend a wedding dinner. Hope that I've the second chance to meet them.

Love them,

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

What I Did When I Was A Kid...

I was chit chating with my friend who just sat beside me during the lecture.
" Yik Mun, yesterday I wanted to write something on my blog, but I didn't know what to write," I said.After a few minutes, that stupid fellow threw me a topic, " write something which had happend in your childhood."

1. Michael Jackson

When I was 6, I asked my dad a stupid question.
"Daddy, is Michael Jackson a girl?"
"Nope, he is a boy."
"Then why he looks like a girl?"
My dad paused for a sec and looked at me and said " You are a girl but why you look like a boy?"
"..." I was totally speechless.

2. Middle of the road

I was curious why the adults always say the same things to me like, kids have to cross the road with an adult, don't stand at the middle of the road, it's dangerous to do that...bla bla bla...and  I was sick of those 'advise'.
For me, the dotted white line is the safest of the road.
So, I decided to have a try.
That day I was going to go to kindergarden and my dad's car parked at the opposite of my house. So, I had to cross the road. I ran to the middle of the road and squatted at the dotted white line when my dad was busy locking the door. I squatted at there for a few seconds almost a minute with a frightened heart. phew...lucky me!

3. Coffee

When I was about 6 or 7, I drank coffee. Ya, coffee not milk.
One day, my brother told me " hey, coffee is not good to kid."
" It can make you stupid."
" Really???"
" Okay, this is my last cup of coffee."
Since that, I kept the coffee away from me for about 10 years. Because of my brother. Stupid me.
Right now I have started to drink MY COFFEE, like Arabica and I wanna try the Civet coffee.

Well, I do really did a lot of stupid things in my life but lazy to share. So, that's it.
Oh ya, Happy Moon Cake Festival.
This year I'm gonna celebrate it without a moon cake, poor me...sigh...

( Here is the gift special for you. Thanks for reading my blog.)

Mid Autumn Festival hooray,

Friday, September 10, 2010

Boy or Girl, Man or Woman, Male or Female...

Can you accept a boy to be a girl, or the other way round?
Can you be accepted to be a girl although you are a boy?
Can you be accepted to be a boy although you are a girl?
Can the TRANSGENDER be accepted into the society?
All human being are born free and equal.
We do have the rights of protection, education, medication and also have the right to be happy.
If the transgender feel more comfortable to be the opposite sex and their decisions do not affect or disturb others' freedom, then why we can't just let them be?
People may think that most of the transgender involve those activities which are immoral like prostitution...
I can't say that this is the only reason why people look down the transgender.
But this is the main factor why the transgender are being treated badly.

In fact, not all the transgender are involve to the prostitution.
they may be a teacher, lecturer.
As an educator, their educate us.

They can be a singer, an actor or actress.
As an entertainer, their entertain us.

The transgender also can be very successful in their life.
They can work like a normal person or better than us.
They do give some benefits to this world like others.
The only difference is their sex.
So, why we can't just accept them as a part of us, part of the society?

Jamison Green
(Writer and Educator)
Yes, he is a transgender. He used to be a girl.
But, right now he is a man.
He also is a leader in the transgender rights movement.


Another transman.
Balian Buschbaum was a German pole vaulter.
(OMG...He is so handsome)

Harisu, a Korean singer.
She is a transwoman and she is married.
People, please, please don't discriminate them, torture them, but treat then like the normal one.
We should help each other regardless their sex, colours, religions, et cetera...
But with your heart.
Share your love with everyone.

Don't be self-centered.
This world is not just about you.


Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Bacha Bazi

I read a news from BBC News Online about the Bacha Bazi, is a practice with those young boys put on ladies' dress and dance for the men in Afghanistan. The literally means 'playing with boys'.

This practice recognized as sexual slavery and child prostitution in which prepubescent children are sold to wealthy or powerful men for entertainment and sexual activities. (Adapted from Wikipedia)
Those wealthy or powerful men show their richness by showing off their dancing boys. Sometimes these wealthy or powerful men gather with their dancing boys, put ladies' dress and dancing bells on their boys. After that, the dancing boys dance for 2 to 3 hours to entertain the men.

According to BBC News Online, some may bring to hotel after the performance. Local authorities are being asked to stop this practice but they ignore it.
As you all know, there are a lot of working children in Afghanistan. They polish shoes, bags, they gather plastic bottle to resale. They do anything to earn money.

The dancing boys are picked out at young age from the street. Those wealthy or powerful men offer their dance boys money or foods.
"I started dancing at wedding parties when I was 10, when my father died. We were hungry, I had no choice. Sometimes we go to bed on empty stomachs. When I dance at parties I earn about $2 or some pilau rice," a dancing boy says.

A reporter asks a dancing boy what happens when people take him to hotels. He bows his head and pauses for a long time before answering. The dancing boy says he is paid about $2 for the night. Sometimes he is gang raped.

If you think that you are the unfortunate one, please think about them.
If you think that you are the richest one, please donate some money to the them.
If you are one of the wealthy or powerful men, please stop the practice, give them money and foods without asking anything like entertaining you all by dancing and something immoral.

Hope the Independent Human Rights Commission
can do something to the dancing boys.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

My Parents Taught Me......

I viewed a blog from The Star Online: Blog. I think it was quite funny and I would like to share it with you all. Enjoy it...

1. My parents taught me RELIGION .

“You better pray that you get good exam results or else.”

2. My parents taught me LOGIC.

” Because I said so, that’s why.”

3. My parents taught me MORE LOGIC

“If you fall out of that swing and break your neck, you’re not going to the shop with me.”

4. My parents taught me FORESIGHT.

“Make sure you wear clean underwear, in case you get lucky tonight.”

5. My parents taught me IRONY.

“Keep crying, and I’ll give you something to cry about.”

6. My parents taught me about the science of OSMOSIS .

“Shut your mouth and eat your supper.”

7. My mother taught me about CONTORTIONIST.

“Will you look at that dirt on the back of your neck!”

8. My mother taught me about STAMINA.

“You’ll sit there until all those vegetables are gone.”

9. My parents taught me about WEATHER .

“This room of yours looks as if a tornado went through it.”

10 My parents taught me about HYPOCRISY .

“If I told you once, I’ve told you a million times. Don’t exaggerate!”

11. My parents taught me the CIRCLE OF LIFE.

“I brought you into this world, and I can take you out!”

12. My parents taught me about BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION .

“Stop acting like your father!”

13. My parents taught me about ENVY.

“There are millions of less fortunate children in this world who don’t have rice to eat like you do.”

14. My parents taught me about ANTICIPATION.

“Just wait until we get home.”

15. My parents taught me about RECEIVING .

“You are going to get it when you get home."

16. My parents taught me GENETICS.

“All your bad habits are inherited from your father.”

17. My parents taught me WISDOM.

“When you get to be my age, you’ll understand.”

18. My parents taught me about JUSTICE .

“One day you’ll have kids, and I hope they turn out just like you

(adapted from The Star Online: Blog, posted by Mr. ahvincent)