Wednesday, 26 March 2008

OMG!!! Stop looking at me please!!!

It's creepy gal, stop staring... I know i know!!! You think that I'm cute but, stop staring la at least, it creeps me out laaaa!!!! At least go to my friendster and stare at my photos... Lol... Don't ask me who stared at me haha.. I won't tell... :)

Friday, 21 March 2008

English Version Of Shutter

One word, SUCKS!!!! If u are thinking of watching a ghost movie this weekend, don't watch Shutter... I expect it to scare the crap out of me but it didn't... It's not even creepy at all... Kinda wasted my 9 bucks though... I guess from now on, no Hollywood ghost film for me, not interested in it.. I prefer asian horror films.... They scare the freak out of you and make the audience scream... Just like the Thai version of Shutter and the chinese version of The Eye... Nothing can beat asian horrors...

Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Workers On Strike at Telekom!!

My mom took a few snapshots of Telekom employees on strike this evening by the road with picket signs with them...

Crazy People!!! Haha

Friday, 14 March 2008

Hmmm... Planning to buy new comp...

I always wanted to buy a new computer for my self for quite sometime now... I'm thinking of just getting a new cpu and a 5.1 surround speaker and just maintain using the Philips crt monitor since i have a spare one for the old cpu which I'm going to give it to my sister... then the old ones give to my sister since 2nd bro is getting himself a new computer next month... I think... I'm thinking of getting the same one as my big bro's computer.. get a new hdd as well... and new dvd writer... So i guess the price will be more than 1000 as my eldest bought he's core 2 duo for 1000... minus the hdd and the dvd writer of course... Hmmm but then i must see whether dad is getting me a new phone or not first before i get the new computer... If not, I'll have to delay it... Coz i need a new phone... hehehe... But on the other hand, i also need to think of the trip to palm beach resort as i need to spare some cash for the trip... Man!!! I had so many plans for my money...

Wednesday, 12 March 2008

I'm Mr Segi?

I just wish i am not selected as Mr Segi... I just don't wish to join the contest.. Why? Cause' I lazy wanna go... i just wanna stay home and sit in front of my monitor and type... That's what i usually do when I'm home... I htink without this computer, I'll be bored to death... Anyway, i was actually arranged to be Eliana or lina or whatever her name is's partner... She's kinda pretty but i don't know her... I never talk to her before nor smile.. Not even an eye contact.. She's kinda rich too.. Hehe, so Hui Na arranged me to be with Juliana... And they are gonna dress me up this coming saturday... Oh gosh i just wish they don't bring me go shop for clothes... Shopping for clothes is booooooooooorrrriiiiiiing!!!!!! Unless we shop for computer stuff and the things I'm interested in hehehe... I don't mind that.. lol... And oh, i gotta get my hair done before saturday... My current hair style SUXX man!!! Wonder what hairstyle suits me? hmmm....

Too Close?

I guess when you're too close to someone, you will dislike them in some ways which will lead to hatred before splitting up.. Well, i guess it's just like that.. Just like me, i always think that he is the best pal that i ever had but, who knows it turns out that i do not really like him after a while... I still DO mix together with him and my other best friends but i just don't like the way he irritates me and making me feel uncomfortable all the time... Ego would be best to describe him... I just dunno why i just don't like ego people.. They just don't listen to your advice and think that everything they say and do is correct... When you try to correct them, they just seem to be irritated by it and started answering back in a harsh way... Oh yes of course I've been hurt a lot by that... Because i do care for my friends who cares about me but it's just kinda hurt to see that they don't appreciate what we trying to correct them so they can be a better person... And i can feel that he doesn't really like me at all.. Having a friend who dislikes you and backstabbed you behind is very hurtful.. It's a harsh thing to do though... Hmmph... Guess i just have to let it be, and if it gets worst and more worst, I think i better kick them out of my friends list... Some friends are just rubbish... You just can't keep all friends, some are just meant to be left behind...

Monday, 3 March 2008

‘Divine’ images sighted at village

I found this article from the borneo post online and felt touched after reading the whole article...
Part 2 of Jesus Sightings in Simunjan of my previous post..

By Doreena Naeg & Margaret Apau

NESTLED between mountains and hills partially covered by descending mist, the village of Semalatong, Simujan, looks serene and even surreal. It is a place where little is expected to happen and life goes on without fuzz.

However, all these are changing … rapidly too. For the once, the sleepy village has crept out of obscurity.

Since Jan 15, it has become one of the most frequented places in the State. Over one thousand visitors during weekends, and 200 to 300 during weekdays, trek through muddy paths to pay homage at a makeshift shrine there.

The villagers have reportedly sighted a cross on the palms of a coconut tree and the images of the Holy Family — Joseph, Mary and Jesus and Noah — on the tree trunk near a house at the kampung.

A village resident Asong Lipa, who happened to make the first divine sighting, said: “It wasn’t only the cross. I saw other images as well.”

The sighting occurred at about 6.30pm on Jan 9 when the unsuspecting 55-year-old farmer was fixing the parabolic dish in front of his house. The sky was crystal-clear.

“I happened to look up and saw Jesus, and Noah in his ark filled with all kinds of animals,” he said.

According to him, the 4X4 feet image was set in a scene of glorification; a ray of light shone from heaven to earth and there was singing of praises.

The scene was just above the clump of coconut trees — some of the palms were bent as though to provide a platform for the images.

Recalled Asong: “It was like a huge television screen, very clear and detailed.”

On Jan 15, he had another sighting. This time, he was with friends when he saw a ray of light in the shape of a cross on one of the coconut trees around noon. The tree was among those on which the cross rested.

Thinking his eyes were playing tricks, he took time to study the light. It remained still even though the palms were swaying.

Asong moved around the tree to investigate further but the image of cross remained constant. He was convinced (and believes) that God is behind the sighting.

A deeply religious man, Asong was moved spiritually. He felt honoured, at the same time, humbled for being chosen as a witness to the divine revelation.

“I felt free and light after seeing the image,” he recalled.

He believes it is a sign that it is time for believers to deepen their faith and live by it.

“We should learn to forgive and forget, and instead of holding grudges, reach out to all, regardless of faith.”

Kobra Majing, who lost her son, paratrooper Raymond Duncan, to a parachuting mishap at Langkawi last year, observed the 40th day of mourning on Jan 12.

She never, in her wildest dreams, thought she would see her son again.

But stranger things have happened. On Jan 16, Kobra and her brother-in-law, Lingam, were resting outside their house at Kampung Semalatong.

Gazing at the nearby clump of coconut trees, Lingam thought he was dreaming when he saw Raymond’s image taking shape above the swaying palms.

He called excitedly to his sister-in-law. Kobra turned to look and was stunned to see her dead son’s image. She then broke down.

“I prayed there and then. I prayed to God to grant Raymond eternal rest and bring him to heaven,” she said.

It is said departed souls communicate with the living through dreams, and coincidentally, Kobra’s youngest daughter, Bara, dreamt of her elder brother soon after the 40th day of mourning.

In her dream, her brother told her he had given a cross to another uncle, Balan, and it was on a tree.

No specific tree was mentioned. After relating her dream to her uncle, Lingam, they searched all the trees in the compound and found the cross on the one where Asong first made his sighting.

Apparently, the cross of light never ceases shining since the day Asong saw it on the tree.

Kobra believes her son was trying to reach out to reassure her that all is well with him and that he is with his Maker.

“As a mother, I am still grieving but what has happened is a closure to me because I now know he is with the Lord in heaven. That’s what I have been praying for and I thank God for answering my prayers.”

Word of the sighting spread like wildfire after Father Joshua from Korea photographed the cross during a visit. He also blessed the tree.

News of the miracle drew large crowds, many bringing cameras or cell phones to record the sighting.

Two of the visitors captured Raymond’s image on film. One picture showed Raymond and the Holy Family — Mother Mary carrying Infant Jesus on one side with Joseph on the other side. The other showed Raymond and Jesus.

Both photographers showed their pictures to Kobra who identified her son. “Many people didn’t believe until they saw for themselves. I personally saw it,” she said.

Meanwhile, on Feb 19, Asong dreamt that an angel came down from heaven to bless the tree with holy water. As if to confirm the dream, the very next day, the Almighty gave the farmer a glimpse of Himself above the tree. The image stayed for a good 20 minutes, according to Asong.

Initially, there was no shrine at the tree …until Dana Nunsang, 60 plus, had a dream that prompted her to organise a ‘gotong royong’ to clear the surroundings and build one.

Dana, an aunt of the Duncans, dreamt she saw five strangers clad in white, standing around the tree with heads bowed and hands clasped. They were praying.

“I have never seen anyone like them in the village,” she recalled.

In her dream, she followed the strangers from a distance until one of them called out and invited her to join them.

She declined because they looked different. The one, who invited her, resumed praying and after a while, looked back and asked her to join them in prayer.

“I remembered feeling a tinge of sadness for not joining them in my dream.”

As soon as she woke up, Dana related her dream to some friends and they immediately rounded up a few villagers to clear the surroundings.

They set up a makeshift shrine next to the tree. Statues of Mother Mary and Jesus are placed

side by side on a table with a tray for lighted candles. Two donation tins are placed on each side of the table.

“I felt better after setting up the shrine,” said Dana who felt it was her way of atonement.

Meanwhile, Asong is always in the village to greet visitors. Apparently, the tree trunk holds more mysteries than just the cross.

“It also reveals images of Noah, Jesus and the Holy Family. Some of these images may not be visible to the naked eye but they usually are through the camera lens.

By far, the cross is the most obvious image and even so, there are those who left without seeing it.

According to Asong, this is due to lack of faith.

He advises believers to pray for clarity of sight before attempting to see the images.

He has wrapped up the lower trunk of the tree and will only show it on Easter Sunday. He refused to budge even when cajoled to reveal the truth about the trunk.

Asong obviously knows more than he is willing to let on … or maybe not.

Asked whether he was given any instruction or message for the world, the farmer kept mum, except saying it was between him and his Maker.

Semalatong is a predominantly Christian village with a minority Muslim population. There is an Anglican church, St Andrew Chapel, at the front end and a mosque at the other end.

The significance of the divine revelation (if we can call it that) and reason for its chosen location will continue to mystify us but one cannot deny the parallel similarity between the lowly manger where Christ was born and the coconut tree, and between the shepherds who were the first to be informed of Christ’s birth and Asong, a farmer, the first to realise Christ’s presence in the village.

At the end of the day, it’s up to the individual to or not to believe. The prerogative is theirs.

Sunday, 2 March 2008

Jesus Sighting in Simunjan, Sarawak Malaysia..

I didn't saw the article in the newspapers about the sightings of god in Simunjan until Jaclyn told me about it today while i was in my great grandma's funeral.. I searched for the photos through internet and i found some sets of it... I was quite amazed by it and felt blessed to have the chance to see Jesus and Virgin Mary.. (Although through my computer screen, it's good enough though)..
Jaclyn said there's a person who dream about the palm tree nearby his house was blessed by an angel and the next thing he know he saw a cross through the leaves...

Do you see it? They say it only appeared for 20 minutes and after that it was gone... And i was quite amazed that only mobile phone cameras are able to see Virgin Mary by the leaves when they took a picture of the leave, here is the picture:

The picture below is a close-up photo taken by someone using a mobile phone and they saw virgin mary:And the brighter version of it below:

I think it was just beside the cross where mother mary appeared... I wonder Did they have any pictures of sighting of mother mary in mount singai where mother mary appeared there once which made the mountain a holy place and a church on a mountain...
Anyway they also captured a picture believe to be the body of jesus christ... The first picture is kinda dark so i use Adobe Photoshop to brighten it up.. Heres the photo:

And the brightened version of it below:
Maybe it's just a dust on the lens or something or maybe it's really IS jesus... And of course there's a lot of curious people there looking at it:
And the rest of the other pictures:

Well it really is a blessing to have Jesus sightings in our country and i really felt blessed to have this sighting in our country.. God not only bless the Christians but also to all other religions...

Saturday, 1 March 2008

Antiques On The Malaysian Road

My eldest brother was driving along Gambier Road and saw this antique Ford driving around town..

He took a few shots of the car with he's phone while driving...
The owner must have kept the car well... It must have been purchased in the late 1930s or so and had been kept for generations... I wonder where are the rest of these antiques here in Kuching... I mean where they dumped it? I don't even ever saw the parts whereabout.. They should have keep these antiques.. If i were the owner of this automobile, I'll be so proud to drive it around town with one of the earliest license plate number on...
I'm sure people will stare at it while the owner drives it around town... I wonder how did he maintained the car so well and where he find it's spare parts? And i wonder how if someone accidently bumped into him by accident?