Monday, July 28, 2008

Suzuki Swift Sport Mini RC by Takara Tomy

My best friend Daniel sent me this from UK for my birthday present.
I'm really suprise and happy to receive it. Although i haven't own a swift yet; but at least i got this RC car.
FYI I'm saving hard to buy Suzuki Swift right now.
I'm targeting to buy it by next year!

Mini RC in the box by Takara Tomy

Need to assemble all the parts

Got it done -nice-

Another angle -nice-

Thank you Daniel... I really love it....

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Dark Knight aka Batman

Watched Dark Knight with my gf just now at TGV Kinta City.
The movie it's about 135min long and it's really worth watching.
Here are some trailers.

Lunch at R U LOHAS -Ipoh-

Had lunch with my colleagues yesterday at new healthy food restaurent; R U LOHAS at Ipoh Garden East behind Kinta City Ipoh.
The concept of the restaurant is to sell natural healthy food to customer.
LOHAS means Lifestyle Of Healthy And Sustainability.

Very Healthy indeed

Meaning of LOHAS

Korean Zai

Hongkong Zai

Taiwan Zai

Monday, July 21, 2008

Lunch at Carl's Jr at Sunway Pyramid

My GF and I went to Sunway Pyramid last weekend and tried out Carl's Jr for lunch.
We orderd Portobello mushroom burger, chili cheese beef fries and free flow of iced lemon tea.
Since my GF know the Carl's Jr are serving big portion so we only order 1 set. You guys must try it out next time when you visit Sunway Pyramid ok?

Iced Lemon Tea with real lemon in it (yummy)

Portobello mushroom burger (very nice)

I had bite the burger :P

Chili cheese beef fries (special and tasty)

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Breaking news: Anwar arrested outside his house

Breaking news from

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was arrested by the police just outside his home in Bukit Segambut, Kuala Lumpur, at 12.55pm.

-Convoy of 15 police vehicles
-Anwar now at KL police headquarters

Monday, July 14, 2008

Suzuki Swift Sport “N’Style Rally” Edition

From carscoop
Suzuki of Germany is no stranger to special edition models. Their latest creation is based on the Swift Sport and it pays a tribute to the Japanese carmaker’s “Group N” Junior Championship Rally car – hence the name “N’Style Rally”. Available in a limited run of 500 units at €17,900 a piece, the Swift Sport “N’Style Rally” is offered exclusively in black and is covered with Suzuki Motorsport’s logos and decals, but that’s about all.
There are no mechanical upgrades as the “N’Style Rally” retains the Swift Sport’s 125Hp 1.6-liter engine. Optionally, buyers can equip the “N’Style Rally” with a light bodykit (pictured above) that includes a front lip spoiler, fog-light covers, new side skirts and a rear spoiler.

Sunday, July 6, 2008

White Color Suzuki Swift from JBtalks

Very nice White color Suzuki Swift from JBtalks member

Where is Mr Bala and his family

Where is him? Everyone is looking for him... I hope he is ok... Is this because of his statutory declaration?
The private investigator who made an explosive statutory declaration linking Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak to murdered Mongolian woman Altantuya Shaariibuu - and retracted it a day later - has gone ‘missing'.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Anwar Press Statement on Linking of Najib wih Altantuya

Got this from my collegue just now...

Press Statement - for immediate release —
3 July 2008, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Today we witness another episode of a consistent pattern of abuse of power and manipulation of the criminal justice system.
Recently one of the witnesses in the Altantuya trial approached us with detailed information of events connected to her disappearance and murder. The information was shocking.
Mr. P. Balasubramaniam, who was engaged by Abdul Razak Baginda as a private investigator was advised to seek legal counsel and document his story independently.
Today he is releasing a statutory declaration dated 1st July 2008 to the public detailing the story that he has to tell about what actually happened and what was told to him by key personalities in this saga including Abdul Razak Baginda and Altantuya herself.
These revelations speak for themselves. They reveal, amongst others, the following allegations:
1. Mr. Balasubramaniam was engaged by Abdul Razak Baginda to deal with alleged harassment by Altantuya in relation to debts owed to her (Paragraph 5 and 6).
2. Altantuya was promised a commission of USD 500,000 for assisting in a submarine deal in Paris (Paragraph 22, Paragraph 25.5 and Paragraph 28.2 and 28.3 ).
3. Altantuya was introduced to Razak Baginda by Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at a diamond exhibition in Singapore ( Paragraph 25.5 and Paragraph 28.1).
4. Altantuya, Datuk Seri Najib and Razak Baginda had all been seen together at a dinner in Paris (Paragraph 28.2).
5. After the disappearance of Altantuya, a commotion took place in front of Razak Baginda’s house several days after 20 December 2006 where girl friends of Altantuya and one Mr.Ang (Altantuya’s own private investigator) arrived searching for Altantuya. Balasubramaniam had to call the police. A patrol car arrived shortly. Shortly thereafter an investigating officer from Dang Wangi Police Station who was handling the missing persons report lodged by one of Altantuya’s girl friends arrived. Balasubramaniam then informed Razak Baginda who was at home to inform him of the events taking place at his front gate. Razak then called one DSP Musa Safri who called him back informing him that Musa would be calling him on his handphone and that he was to pass the phone to the inspector from Dang Wangi Police station. Balasubramaniam then received the call from Musa Safri and duly passed the phone to the inspector. After the conversation of 3 – 4 minutes, the inspector told the girls to disperse and to see him the next day (Paragraphs 34 – 38). We believe DSP Musa Safri was aide-de-camp to Datuk Seri Najib at the material time.
6. Balasubramaniam was interrogated at Bukit Aman for seven consecutive days and his statement recorded at the end of November 2008. He says that he told the police all that he knew including everything Razak Baginda and Altantuya had told him about their relationships with Najib. These details were omitted from the statement he was asked to sign (Paragraph 49).
7. During the trial of Sirul, Azilah and Razak Baginda at at the Shah Alam High Court, the prosecutor did not ask him any questions in respect of the relationship Altantuya had with Datuk Seri Najib or of the phone call that he had received form DSP Musa Safri (Paragraph 50).
8. When Razak Baginda was arrested, Balasubramaniam was told by him that he had sent an SMS messsage to Najib the evening before (Paragraph 51). Razak also informed Balasubramaniam that he had received an SMS from Najib and showed it to him; the message read “I am seeing IGP at 11 A.M. today …. matter will be solved … be cool”.
Mr. Balasubramaniam’s evidence also mentions the extent of the relationship between Altantuya and Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. We are not interested in the personal nature of the relationship. That is entirely his own business and hers.
However the allegations revealed by him raise key questions of public interest:
a) Suppression of evidence by the police investigating officers and those responsible for prosecuting this case. Such suppression could only have happened with the full knowledge of top public officials such as the IGP and the AG.
b) The question is also raised as to whether such suppression of evidence was the reason behind the last minute switch in DPP’s handling the case – where the head of the Criminal Division of the AG’s Chambers, Datuk Yusuf Zainal Abiden was completely sidelined from the case leading him and the senior DPP originally slotted for the case Sallehudin Saidin to put in papers for early retirement some months later.
c) Questions can be raised now with regard to the sudden switching of the judge fixed to hear the case which took place in March 2007 – why was this really done?
d) Did Datuk Seri Najib lie when he said that he had never met Altantuya before?
e) Did Datuk Seri Najib lie when he said that he was not involved in any commission deals for the purchases of the Scorpene submarines”
Mr.Balasubramaniam’s evidence vindicate what we have been saying all along; there has been no proper investigation of the murder of Altantuya and the investigation and proceedings in court seem to following a pre-arranged script for a pre-arranged outcome.
This has serious implications for the administration of justice in the country where the integrity and credibility of our key institutions such as the police, the AG’s chambers and the judiciary are already severely tarnished.
Today’s revelations further confirm a clear and consistent pattern of manipulation of the criminal justice system that we have witnessed in this country since 1998.
The allegations revealed here warrant a full Royal Commission of Inquiry.

Nice Swift from Passion Night

Some very nice Swift from Passion night car show.