Tuesday, March 29, 2011



My superior bought me this 2 postcard back from Maldives. A perfect vision of paradise, barefoot luxury where the tropical splendour of the Maldives combines with world-class hospitality. This is a sybaritic combination of three distinct resort experiences on two islands, surrounded by a coral reef and lagoon.

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Monday, March 28, 2011

Friday, March 25, 2011

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Bruce Lee

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Friend of mine, Shoak Teng bought a stack of postcards from Taiwan.

Bruce Lee (born Lee Jun-fan; 27 November 1940 – 20 July 1973) was a Chinese American and Hong Kong actor,martial arts instructor. He is widely considered by many commentators and other martial artists to be the most influential martial artist of modern times, and a cultural icon.

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The above postcard was re-printed from an article dated Ming Gua 60s.
It's read as thru an interview with Bruce Lee, he disclosed the weakest portion of our body.

Thank you Shoak Teng for the postcards!

Friday, March 18, 2011

3rd Hot Air Balloon Fiesta

(the above images from here)

Hot-air balloons Fiesta come back again in the land of Malaysia.

More than
20 balloonists from 13 countries including Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA, Japan, Hong Kong, Germany, UK, Thailand, Vietnam, India, France and Malaysia, display their most vibrant airborne creation.

Hot Air Balloon Fiesta for Year 2009

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Free Malaysia Heritage Walk

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I love to 'WALK' within place I lived, especially when travel overseas is become a 'luxurious' for me.
How happy I am when I know that there are group of people (who call themselves Be Tourist) conducted the free walk.
Malaysia Heritage Walk is free, starting from the meeting point of Central Market’s Door Entrance at 10.30am every day.

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From Central Market itself, the walk took us past historical landmarks like Masjid Jamek to appreciate its Islamic architecture and Moghul and Moorish designs, Lebuh Ampang which was originally made famous by the Chettiar community from South India after they established money-lending establishments along this road, Jalan Tun H.S.Lee previously known as High Street with some of the oldest shophouses around, the Lebuh Pasar Besar or Old Market Square where Yap Ah Loy used to run his opium and gambling dens, and Jalan Hang Kasturi where the row of shophouses known for selling dried seafood and Chinese herbs, are left with just one or two today dealing in the same trade.

I took the Free-walk few months back.

Those are some of my sharing.
Every building have their own story behind.

We respect each others religion.


Some places that we tends to forget





Thank you sweet Ely (our tour guide) for given us such details information (can't find in any travel book) and accompany us under the hot sun.

Yumi Sugiyama (friend that I met in the Walk), I 'm so sorry about the disaster that happen in Japan now. Pray for the peace and safe for all the people.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

The Yorkshire Dales

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(Left) (Top) Muker, Swaledale
(Left) (Bottom) Burnsall, Upper Wharfedale
(Right) (Top) Redmire & Pen Hill, Wensleydale
(Right) (BOttom) Ribblehead Viaduct, Upper Ribblesdale

The Yorkshire Dales is an area of great natural beauty in northern England, a large part of which has been designated as a national park.
Much of the landscape here is limestone country - lush green valleys (known locally as "dales") crested with white limestone cliffs ("scars") and limestone pavements cutting through wilder uplands beneath towering peaks ("fells") of dark millstone grit.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Historic Malacca Postcards Exhibition 2011


Old photographs in the form of picture postcards, in particular, are public exposition of things, people, sights seen by travelers along the way, that momentarily captured their private attention.

This is an exhibition of more than hundred postcard views of Malacca between 1900-1950 seen through the eyes of colonial travelers.

The questions to be asked :- 

What was seen and experienced ?
What was represented ?
What was valued ?
How pertinent are these qualities today ?
What have we gained and lost through time ?

Free Admission

19 February - 22 May 2011

Friday (1pm - 5pm)

Saturday & Sunday (11am - 5pm)

56 Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Malacca, Malaysia
(a dutch building next to Baba Nyonya museum)


Thank you to Mr. Poh & Mr Collin Goh for details information shared.


(Information gather from the Pocket Guide)

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Illustration card from Lithuania

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According to Ugue, the 3 colours (yellow, green and red) represent Lithuania's flag. The two soldier show how they play the basketball and the others show how they celebrate when they win the match.


Monday, March 7, 2011

Multiview of Anaalucia

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The name Andalusia traces back to the Arabic language Al-Andalus.

I never be bored to look at each and every squares.

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Friday, March 4, 2011

Musei Vaticani

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Thank you to Viviana for this gorgeous antique Rome map from Vatican museum.

Ignazio Danti (1536-1586), born Pellegrino Rainaldi Danti, was an Italian priest, mathematician, astronomer, and cosmographer.


Thursday, March 3, 2011


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1) Ville Haute - vue du mur Vanceslas / nocturne
2) TOur espagnole
3) Citadelle du St.esprit et rue St. Ulric
4) Viaduc de clausen et l'Alzette pittoresque