Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Kembalinya seorang sahabat ke RAHMATULLAH

inna lillah wa inna 

'ilayhi raji'un

Sangat sangat sedih today knowing that I just really lose a FRIEND. Nur Afiqah. We are friends since primary school.

You are the sweetest girl I have ever met ika..
I will always remember your smile
Ika left us after fighting with her illness..
Since CNY holday break, kami teman-teman ika sejak sekolah rendah & ada juga yang satu sekolah ketika ika sekolah menengah di kejutkan deng berita ika koma & sedang tenat dimasukkan ke dalam wad. Ika rebah dan terus disahkan koma, yang mana sebelum itu ika ada terkena denggi, tapi ika ok. Tidak lama selepas itu ika jatuh sakit pula dengan kejutan demam panas yang tiba-tiba dating lalu ika dengan tiba-tiba juga rebah dan koma.Namun syukur ALHAMDULILLAH pada waktu itu setelah beberapa minggu, akhirnya ika sedar dari koma. Teman-teman serta keluarga ika pastinya gembira dengan berita itu.
Namun tidak disangka, ika pergi dengan begini cepat. I thought ika was made it to fight with her illness. Tears falls down from my eyes..as the was then confirmed by syikin, ika `s cousin. Kalau aku sudah sedih sampai menangis, apa lagi meraka yang cousin-cousin & family ika. Sayangnya cousin-cousin ika yang study jauh tidak dapat dating untuk sama-sama uruskan pegebumian ika, sebab sekarang musim Final exam…termasuklah kikin, yang hanya dapat mendoakan kesejahteraan ika “di sana”. AMIN!
I was really shocked today, it was a great loss

NUR AFIKAH shakira
[10.12.90  26.4.11]

Al-Fatihah. . .
Moga roh arwah di tempatkan dalam kalangan orang-orang yang beriman. Amin Amin Ya Rabbal Alamin~

Friday, March 18, 2011


Buddha Wannabe

Me In The Wonderland



Waves & Flowery

Sunday, March 13, 2011


One of survivor`s of Sandei,Japan Yasue Schumaker,  who experienced the Tsunami disaster. She happens to be there as she wants to give a visit for her mother, from Hawaii. She was in car when earthquakes strikes. She then experience a powerful shake, constantly and continuously sahking between duration of 2 minutes.

They were in a secure building now which are multi-level building, downtown Sandei… and never have any courage to go outside. The evacuating place or shelter for them now are believed a Gymnastic or Elementary school. It is very cold for them. Some of them prefer to have shelter in a car which are stranded.
They don`t have any electricity and most importantly FOOD AND CLEAN WATER.
As the interview almost end, she cried…which very sad to hear

Saturday, March 12, 2011


Okay…this is our banzhang, Azlan`s idea to ask me to join the Chinese New Year Mandarin`s club Poster Contest!

I have to came out with designs again…..from a last minute notice from Shahreel, the Mandarin Club`s Ex-Secretary.

Going to send my softcopy to Shahreel this Monday. The winning poster will be displayed during our Mandarin Club`s Dinner, at Shang Ri la Hotel & Resort on this 20th March 2011. 

So here`s my design for that contest…Hopefully one of this can make it through! Hehehe….There will be a prize for it.

Jia You!!!


The History of Marshmallows

A Treat from the Ancient Egyptians

Ancient Egyptians were the first to enjoy a gooey treat now called marshmallow as early as 2000 BC. The treat was considered very special and it was reserved for gods and royalty.
Marshmallow was made from the mallow plant (Athaea officinalis) that grows wild in marshes. The term marshmallow was derived both from the native home of the plant and the plant name. Mallow is native to Asia and Europe and has been naturalized in America. The Egyptians squeezed sap from the mallow plant and mixed it with nuts and honey. However, no one knows what the candy looked like in those times.
The French were introduced to marshmallow in the early to mid-1800s. Owners of small candy stores whipped sap from the mallow root into a fluffy candy mold. This time-consuming process was typically done by hand. Candy stores had a hard time keeping up with the demand. Candy makers started looking for a new process to make marshmallows and found the starch mogul system in the late 1800s. It allowed candy makers to create marshmallow molds made of modified cornstarch. At this same time, candy makers replaced the mallow root with gelatin and this created the marshmallow stable form.
Marshmallows were introduced and popularized in the United States in the early 1900s, after the new manufacturing process was developed.
In 1948, Alex Doumak revolutionized the process for manufacturing marshmallows. He created and patented the extrusion process. This process involves taking the marshmallow ingredients and running it through tubes. Afterwards, ingredients are cut into equal pieces and packaged. In the 1950s, marshmallows became extremely popular in the United States and were used in a variety of food recipes.
Today, Americans are the main consumers of marshmallows. According to experts, Americans buy more than 90 million pounds annually. Marshmallow is considered a year-round snack even though the majority is sold during October and December.

Marshmellow cake!

Marshmallow Lollipops!

I guess Marshmallow have emotions too! ^^,

Even Hello Kitty have their own Marshmallow! =D

Vanilla & Strawberry Marshies~

The Mallow family of plants (Malvaceae) includes hollyhock, the cotton plant, okra, marsh mallow and the Rose of Sharon. The roots of the marsh mallow (Althaea officinalis) were the source for the original marshmallow candy, made by boiling the soft inner pulp from the roots with sugar until very thick.
According to Harold McGee in 'On Food and Cooking,' "the first marshmallow-like confection, called pate de Guimauve, was made in France" from the juice of the marsh mallow.
Today, marshmallows are made from sugar, corn syrup and gelatin.

How are Marshmallows Made?
In the 19th century, marshmallows were made by mixing mallow root sap, egg whites and sugar into a fluffy mold. The French added cornstarch to help speed up the production and give the candy its unforgettable form.
Today the manufacturing of marshmallows is quite different. Mallow root sap has been replaced by gelatin. Corn syrup, starch, sugar and water are mixed with the gelatin. The fluffy mixture is piped through long tubes and then cut into equal pieces. To create shaped marshmallows like Peeps, a special nozzle moves back and forth to cut the marshmallow into recognizable shapes.
Marshmallows also can be made at home. The ingredients are almost the same, but salt and vanilla extract can be added in for flavoring.

History of S'mores
A Campfire Favorite

Roasting marshmallow gives that guey and caramel tasty

The history of the s’more is a mystery. No one knows who started the tradition of roasting marshmallows. However, in 1927 the Girl Scout Handbook was the first documentation of the recipe combining marshmallows with chocolate and graham crackers.
The Girl Scouts organization was likely responsible for naming the treat. The term s’more allegedly stands for ‘gimme some more’.
S’mores have been popular throughout the years, especially with children. S’more are synonymous with camping and summer fun.

Naa.....That`s my marshies!!! =3

Friday, March 11, 2011

I doodled...

For some...they might think that my work are total ridiculous or not make any sense..

But this is what I like to do..

If its a food, I`ll eat it everyday.
If its a pillow, I`ll hug it everytime.
If its a person, I`ll care for it every second! 

HAHAH...people would jump into their conclusion and think that I might be crazy heheh.

Love + Adore + Crave = Doodling

Non-stop imagination brings something whimpsy ^^,

Sea Creatures

Sun Shines Through



Something Something


It was after 8.9-magnitude quake triggers waves Japan hitted by dozens of powerful aftershocks. The quake struck at 2.46p.m.

Tsunami alert for 50 countries, including Sabah and Labuan..

it must be a terrifying fear last night as people around the world, especially those countries that are in the pathway of the tsunami waves such as Philipphines, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.

A report from CNN said that some waves reached six miles...that is equivalent to 10KM, inland in Miyagi, Japan.


Yesterday we`ve got our new student card after almost 3months of holding the non-official blue student card heee. That blue card shows that we are FRESHIE!! haha 

But now...we had a new officially student card...YEAY!! heee Eventhough i looked tanned there in the picture on my student card haha..

Well thank you to UiTM ICT Units...credits to them for their patiently treating us, the students whom a lot! from all faculty/course including the pre-commerce.

Saturday, March 5, 2011


Okay this is funny!! haha...reactions of people really as the same as the below expression ^^,

Outside you are like,

But inside you are like,

Then you text your bestfriend,

And they are like,

And then your crush tries to ask you out like this,

And you are like,

And then you two are on a date and you are like,

Then suddenly he kisses you,

And says,

And you are,

And then you go home and you are like,
And then you wake up and realise it was all a dream

 this so funny...
 HAHA! ^^,