Sunday, May 15, 2011

4 hari berkursus di Pearl International Hotel, KL bagaikan pergi bercuti..heeehe..Kursus yg agak relax dan santai memberikan sedikit ruang utk bernafas setelah bz dgn minggu final bebudak ni...Kursus ini agak menarik kerana pengisian yg di berikan adalah menarik yg mana berkaitan dgn rutin harian..Yang paling best protokol pakain dan makan =) ~LIKE~hehehe

Yang pastinya walaupon kursus itu santai dan bersahaja, namun ilmu yg dapat itu sungguh bernilai kerana sebelum ini x pernah lak aku di dedahkan dgn ilmu sebegini..Walaupon nampak simple tapi ianyer sangat berguna tambah2 utk mengendalikan program2 besar dan acara2 rasmi....

BTW kat bwh ni ada sedikit gambar yg boleh dikongsikan bersama semasa mlm kemuncak, dinner yg penuh berprotokol..Terasa kelakar pon ada,x abis2 gelak dgn group aku dek kerana tatatertib yg menyebabkan stress (main2 je)...Anyway, we were enjoyed this course! =)

Monday, May 2, 2011


Cinema: alOr Star

The story starts of by introducing Thor in the realm Asgard of which his father, Odin (Anthony Hopkins) is king. Thor is rashly arrogant and when he invokes war between Asgard and their enemies the Frost Giants, Odin banishes him to Earth where he runs into physicist Jane Foster (Natalie Portman). Back in Asgard, Thor's brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston aka. Jared Leto's doppelganger) takes over the realm while their father is incapacitated and makes new alliances with the Frost Giants. However, the real action is back on Earth where Thor is left as a mere mortal without his powers and his mighty hammer Mjolnir as he seeks to return to Asgard.

At first it seemed risky to adapt Thor into a live action feature, as it would be the first time magic is introduced in the Marvel Universe. And when actor Kenneth Branagh came on board to direct (Yes, he's the guy who played the goofy Gilderoy Lockhart in "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets"), comic book nerds clutched their seats in anxiety. Well we're glad to say that the weird combination indeed works for the movie, and audiences will find that the breathtaking landscape and magical electricity of Asgard, blends well to contrast with Earth's New Mexico; the bleak dessert town in which Thor is banished to. The visual effects are possibly Marvel Studios' best yet. This may be hard to believe when one thinks back to the impressive effects that were used to bring Iron Man and the Hulk to life on the big screen, but just wait until Asgard is revealed to the audience. Compared to other superheroes, Thor is possibly one of the hardest to be made convincing without coming across as completely ridiculous. The hammer, Mjolnir, convincingly flies through the air, returning to Thor, and the powers involved with the weapon, whether they be summoning thunder or creating tornados, are all just as equally impressive.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Life is a journey through many terrains
From gardens of pleasure to deserts of pain

From an ocean of love to a jungle of hate

From Mountains of glory to canyons of fate.

There's a highway for joy and a highway for sorrow

A Road for today and a road for tomorrow.

So choose your path wisely and walk with care

If you follow your heart, you'll find your way there.

I've been to the garden and planted seeds there.

I've been to the desert and felt the despair.

I've swam in the ocean and drank of it's perspiration

I climbed up the mountain to touch the sky.

I went to the canyon and started to cry

I've traveled both highways, both today And tomorrow.

I've basked in the joy And wallowed in sorrow.

My Path has been chosen and I've walked it with care.

I followed My heart and I'm on my way there

So I'll just keep walking till I find what I'm after.

To Mountains and oceans and Gardens of laughter