Sunday, August 30, 2009

Japanese Ramen @ Liang Court


Really nice ramen I have in singapore although choices less in the shop, but the taste of the ramen different to others, it called Marutama Ra-men which come with chicken soup based

The following are side dishes, but only got few pieces
Yaki char siew (Roasted char siew)

Gyoza (Dumpling)

MARUTAMA RA-MEN - The are 2 stalls in Singapore, and I have it at Liang Court


Sunday, August 16, 2009

Singapore Toy, Games & Comic Convention 2009

Day at Singapore Toy, Games & Comic Convention 2009, With the undeniable universal appeal of pop-culture, the Singapore Toy, Games & Comic Convention will be a hotspot for a wide variety of exhibitors from all over the world, bringing the best that the East and West have to offer in one single, fun-filled event.

FFVII AC - Kadaj
Naruto - Kakashi

Big Big Gundam

Limited edition Son Goku

So fast sold out ohhhh
FFVII AC - Cloud
Main Stage
2 mei mei
FFX-2 - Yuna
Death Notes - Misa -01
Death Notes - Misa -02
Monopoly "ah beh"

Toys corner


Thursday, August 13, 2009


My new cap just received from WRONGWROKS online store

All photo taken with Flash will have the same reflection


Monday, August 3, 2009

Luxy Crew Girls @ SoHo (Video Included)

Luxy Crew Girls @ Social House Bikini Party on 1st August 2009

Photo by myself with phone camera, too bad I didn't bring my camera otherwise can have better quality photos and videos

Photo taken by SoHo Photographer

Video captured by myself with my little camera phone


Saturday, August 1, 2009

iiView A2 Which Look Like MacBook Air

At the Windows 7 press event today, we got a little surprise. iiView, a Singapore-based vendor, showcased a sexy Netbook with a generous 12.1-inch display.

Cyril Alonzo, chief executive officer of iiView, said that instead of making just another Netbook to feed into the already saturated market, he aimed to create a desirable product. Taking a page from the
Apple MacBook Air, the iiView A2 is a sleek Atom-based minilaptop, but at an affordable price of around S$699 (US$467.78). In fact, the design is so similar that even the monitor-out and USB port are hidden within a flip on the side. Specifications include:

  • Atom 1.6GHz processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • Intel 945 chipset
  • 12.1-inch 1,280 x 800-pixel resolution
  • 320GB HDD
  • Two USB ports, mini-HDMI port, 2-in-1 headphone/mic jack
  • 802.11b/g, 10/100 Ethernet
  • Six-cell battery
  • Windows 7 RC1 with Vista Home Premium license

  • Interestingly enough, this Netbook comes preinstalled with Windows 7 RC1. Cyril said the reason is because Vista does not provide an adequate experience on a Netbook. Fortunately, since the machine comes with a Vista Home Premium license it is eligible for the free upgrade to Windows 7 Home Premium when the latter launches on October 22. The iiView A2 will be available in Singapore by next week for an estimated retail of S$699 (US$467.78), which is cheaper than the
    Dell Mini 12, another 12.1-inch Netbook. We have a review unit on hand, so watch out for a full rundown of this sexy machine soon.