Saturday, May 9, 2020


Hi Dearies,

Long time I didn't update the blog. Due to Covid 19 circuit breaker I am still staying home since the beginning of March 2020. So I will be sharing with you what is the ULTIMATE LIST to spend time when you are stuck in home.


  • I love handsome guys and those chickflix, however movie and drama production has been impacted by this global epidemic, therefore not much nice new drama is available so I have to rewatch or watch the epic drama again. Here are some of my recommendations if you have time 
1. The Untamed: Nice drama with two hot guys. Story of two boys Wei Wu Xian and Lan Wang Ji finding the truth to clear their injustice past with lots of demon/ evil spirits along the way.

2. Crash Landing on you: Korean drama talked about a love story between a North Korea officer and South Korean rich heiress. Lots of funny scenes and definitely worth your time

3. The Story of Minglan: Sheng Ming Lan has been mistreated by her legal mother and half siblings her whole life after her mother's death. Although she is the daughter of an official, she is the sixth child, and is often looked down on despite her beauty and intelligence. With her intelligence and tolerance, she managed to found the man she can trust with her life and revenge for her mother, and protect her family and kids.

4. The Big Bang theory: 5 stars show!! love it to max, to see funny and real friendship to protect one another in life. I really love the ways they interact and stay true to themselves. The story starts with the lives of four socially awkward friends, Leonard, Sheldon, Howard and Raj, take a wild turn when they meet the beautiful and free-spirited Penny.

5. Grey's Anatomy: Surgical interns and their supervisors embark on a medical journey where they become part of heart-wrenching stories and make life-changing decisions in order to become the finest doctors. This drama is so real and close to life and you will rethink what is important in life and thanks doctors and healthcare workers for saving our lives.


I believe I have train myself to be the next Gordon Ramsay. Here are some of the youtube chef show that I followed. To be honest,  cooking is not difficult at all, is just the way you cook and it needs to turn out to be like an art pieces and sell them for USD 50+ is difficult :) Anyway I tried out Sweet potatoes balls, bubble teas and spaghetti. Still, I can't make them look like art pieces
  1. Gordon Ramsay: Learn how he handles egg like an art
  2. Taste Show: Master Piece, pork belly
  3. Wang Gang: Chinese Dishes if you love spicy and wanna learnt good knife skill, on your subtitle 
  4. Tasty: easy dishes to make your day happy


I know lots of people will be complaining they will be bored to death for not be able to meet their friends, doing their weekly karaoke session, or meeting with family. But somehow with internet everything is possible, except physical touch. We are basically in a "Surrogates" world haha

  1. Facebook Messenger: Connect friends for a big gathering for up to 8 pax. You no longer need to chat by typing using WhatsApp messenger anymore because I hate typing especially after work.
  2.  Quan Ming Karaoke: google play, apple store best best invention to create a room and invite friends to sing songs together. Plus you get to sing with people you don't know and you may make friends from people around the world. How cool is that. It makes me to listen to lots of talented singer in Taiwan when I have sleepless night
  3. Talk to people you miss them: Covid 19 situation reminds me lots of people may be as bored as you are. So it is time for you to reconnect with your long lost closed friends and reignite the friendship fire. Cool huh~ 


I know guys love games. But I have zero knowledge on this. But I have to share PS4 Sony users they are giving out free games, so thanks the opportunity and download before they leave. My hubby is a complete PS4 magnet, he can't leave PS4 except when he wanna do his big business. Haha

Alright that's all for today. I am thinking to start a youtube channel to share some of my daily life, to heal my boredom soul haha. See you next time xoxo


Monday, February 3, 2020

How i spent my Chinese New Year

Hi Dearies,

I think you will be curious what Chinese will do during CNY, I will share with you how I spent time with family this year.

1. Giving Red packet (Ang Bao)
This year is my first year celebrating CNY as a married person. There are two legends about Ang Pow in ancient china. In one of them, the Eight Immortals transform themselves into coins to help an elderly couple save their son from a demon named Sui. On the eve of Chinese New Year, these eight coins were wrapped in red paper and placed under the child’s pillow to ward off the demon. Parents eventually adopted this practice and would give their children money wrapped in red paper, which was termed ya sui qian 压岁钱(money that can suppress the evil).The second legend recounts the joyous occasion of the birth of the son of Emperor Xuanzong, during the Tang Dynasty. The emperor gave gold and silver coins to his concubine to be used as charms to protect the baby. The people subsequently adopted this practice and began giving money to their children as gifts, normally for people younger than you. So it is a bit heart pain, if you have lots of relatives because in Singapore, we will give $6, $8 or $10 (in even numbers), because Chinese believe good things come in pairs.

2. Reunion Dinner on Eve of CNY

It is often considered the most important get-together meal of the entire year and symbolized full family together in Chinese Traditions.

3. Putting up Decorations

The color red is much loved by the Chinese in general as it represents happiness and good fortune. Below are some popular decorations used to create festivity for the celebration.The most common word is fu 福, happiness and good fortune. It is written with calligraphy onto a square piece of red paper. These can then be pasted onto walls, doors or windows.

5. Lou Hei

In Singapore and Malaysia, we love to Lou Hei and eat Yu Sheng. “Lo Hei” in Cantonese, where 捞 “lo” (literally mixing) means “tossing up good fortune”, refers to the ritual adopted in Singapore of tossing the yu sheng and saying of auspicious phrases before eating it. We believed that the higher the toss, the better your prospects and fortune in the year ahead so you will see all kind of tossing online, and the purpose is wishing good luck in the coming year.

6. House Visiting to friends and relatives house
Once in a year event, you will need to get kids gifts and CNY goodies to express good wishes to each other and an important Chinese New Year tradition is to visit relatives. Generally speaking, people drop in at relatives and friends' houses, bringing gifts or red envelopes, and greeting one another with 'Happy New Year' within these 15 days.

 7. Visit River Hong Bao 2020

Once a year even you shouldn't miss. Dress up in your new clothes and take nice photos with the lovely decorations and read up your chinese zodiac prospect this year. Also, enjoy some live calligraphy artwork by some chinese association, and bring home a piece.

I love the fireworks and the performance there.


Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Chiang Mai Trip

Hi Dearies,

Just back from my Thailand Chiang Mai Trip with family. I took my flight with Scoot, the flight duration is around 3 hours.

Yes after reaching at Chiang Mai airport, remember to find a taxi with airport crew in uniform. Fixed rate of 150THB to any city location.

And there we reached our guest house: Phathai House, they have excellent big 4 person family room and walking distance to night market and old city.

Booking link
 2 night markets available during weekend, Sunday Walking street is the biggest runs from Tha Pae Gate going towards Ratchadamnoen Road in the west. There are plenty of foot massage on the street, and eateries as well. You will need to take your time and find a table and grab all the food you like.

Opening Hours: Sundays 16:00 – 22:00
Location: Tha Pae Gate to Ratchadamnoen Road

Wualai Walking Street happens on every Saturday. The market is named after Wualai, which links to Thipanet Road – just off the south side of the old city walls.

Apart from visiting their famous temples, I booked a tour to Chiang Rai to visit the famous white temple depicts heaven and hell. We will visit some local tour group to compare the price and you can ask for discount. Remember to check with them whether the entrance tickets fee is included.

From Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai, the ride is about 3.5 hours, and we paid around 980 baht for a day trip, includes a simple buffet lunch.

Wat Rong Khun - White Temple
Super beautiful temple created by artist Chalermchai Kositpipat.

The bridge of "the cycle of rebirth" is so pretty. Inside the wall in the temples, you get to see Doraemon, Harry Potter, all the super heroes, according to the tour guide, it means if you did good deeds like saving people, you will be in heaven.

Inside the temple, we are not allow to take any photos :(

Wat Rong Suea Ten - Blue Temple

The name ‘Rong Suea Ten’ in Thai, translates as ‘house of the dancing tiger’ because historically, the area surrounding the temple, was full of wildlife, in particular tigers who leapt into the nearby Mae Kok river. The creator of Blue Temple was an artist named Putha Kabkaew who is the apprentice of Chalermchai Kositpipat, the artist who designed the White Temple.

You can try their beautiful coconut ice cream at the exit of the temples

Royal Park Rajapruek

A must visit place for beautiful flowers, architectures, and places to learn about agriculture.
The place is huge, you can take the free buggy ride, comes with the 200THB entrance fee to explore the whole garden. I personally recommend the orchid garden. Inside you get to see nice tulip too :)

Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep
A must visit temple when you are in Chiang Mai. You will need to pay 50 baht for admission and 30 bath for cable car so you dont have to climb the 300+ naga staircase.

But the view is absolutely worth the visit.