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Monday, September 17, 2012

KLCC Musical Fountain

Every night at the KLCC park there is a water fountain for the public's viewing pleasure. Throughout the night they have a few rounds of musical fountains, the last show usually at around 10pm. Here's a video of it:

Song: Desert Rose
Artist: Sting

More photos of the fountains:

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Experimenting with Cubic & Spherical Glass

Sunday, July 22, 2012

The Cat at Home 2

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Cyber Heights Villa: Lake Perdana

The Cat at Home

Sunday, May 6, 2012

What We Use Laser Pointers for

Monday, February 27, 2012

Top 10 Things I Miss about Living in Singapore

10. The direct drinkable tap water

9. The public transports

8. The efficient customer service

7. The secure streets

6. The freedom and animosity

5. The cheap mobile phones

4. The public swimming pools

3. The Internet

2. The public libraries

1. SGD1.00 = RM2.40

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Malaysian Stand-Up Comedian Jason Leong

He performed in my company annual dinner last Friday night. Personally, I thought he was pretty good, but every time I cheered at his punch lines, I felt like I was the only one. I am the type that like to encourage people who have the guts to go on stage and perform, no matter how good or bad they are (as long as they are not cocky about it). Not saying that Jason Leong wasn't good. I was genuinely tickled by some of his jokes. But I couldn't help but think he held back some of his best material. After watching this Youtube video of him performing last November, my thoughts were confirmed. He made his jokes a tad more safe in my company annual dinner, and cut out some lines possibly due to the time constraint.

In this video, he was much more successful compared to his performance in my company annual dinner. I felt a little sorry for him because for some reasons, the audience crowd last Friday night just wasn't that into stand-up comedy, obviously. In the video below, the audience were there to watch stand-up comedy by choice, so they must like stand-up comedy at the first place.

He's not Russel Peters, but he still made me laugh out loud. So here's Jason Leong: