Disclaimer: this entry doesn't narrate the details on halal slaughter and its benefits or so forth but only for educational purpose on how the Sacrifice Feast or Eid al-Adha is usually celebrated in Malaysia. Eid al-Adha, also called the "Sacrifice Feast", is the second of two Muslim holidays celebrated worldwide each year, and considered the [...]
These are some of the photos documented when the Eid Mubarak was around the corner.
One of the secret weapons or features on your iPhone's camera is the AE/AF Lock (auto exposure/ auto focus). I'm not gonna write so much on this but I'm gonna share my cent on this anyway. The feature allows you to auto focus and auto exposure the object you want to shoot. It is really [...]
I'd like to introduce you people to this local street food that can be found easily anywhere in my city. Lokcing (pronounce as lock ching) : fish satay that goes with either sweet or spicy sauce (it's your pick) as seen in the green plastic container. It's not exactly a satay cause satay means three [...]
Birthday is something that most people always looking forward to. And I used to belong to those people. But not now anymore. September 13 marks my birthday every year and every year I celebrate it differently - according to what situation I am in. Like last year, I had my birthday while staying at my [...]
Green papaya salad (somtam) is a spicy salad made from shredded unripe papaya. It is of Lao origin but it is also eaten throughout Southeast Asia. Kelantan is known for its sweet dishes and usually somtam found in here is made of sweet, sour and spicy tastes combined altogether. I favor somtam made from shredded [...]
Durian fruit is native to Southeast Asia. It is sold in markets all over the East-Asian world and also imported into the United States and Europe. People have differences in preferences regarding ripeness, while some like slightly ripen, tart flavored durians, others may prefer to cherish soft, and over-ripened. Well for me, I prefer [...]