Tuesday, 27 December 2016

DIY Souveniers From Japan for Friends

17hb Disember 2016, tamatlah sudah pengembaraan saya bersama 3 rakan yang lain ke Tokyo  & Hokkaido, Japan. Tp entry masih tertangguh ye...hahhaa. Banyak entry tertangguh. Semasa ke Jepun, currency yang saya dapat adalah 41.20. Fitam mak nak. So, nak beli souveniers untuk kengkawan jenuh berkira kira. And then saya dapat idea from Road To Japan fb. So...taddaaaaa.....Ni sajalah yang mampu. Yang penting ingatatan...kann...

Bahan bahan yang di perlukan adalah syiling 5 yen, straps dan juga bells warna warni (3 different sizes). Saya menggunakan dua straps. Since terbeli banyak sgt strap tu kan...so perabihkan je lah. Straps ngan bells tu semua saya beli kat Daiso. 


























Monday, 5 December 2016

26 Facts About Methodist Girls' School (MGS), Ipoh

This article by FunnyMalaysia. Saya copy paste sebab suka sangat baca...so true.....hehehhe

http://www.funnymalaysia.net/?s=methodist+girls%27+school+

26 Facts About Methodist Girls' School (MGS), Ipoh



mgs


1. We're the oldest girls' school in Ipoh!. The school was founded by Reverend W E Horley in 1895, the same years as he founded the Anglo-Chinese School (ACS) Ipoh.

2. We're commonly reffered as MGS

3. Cheeky friends would name our school as Monkey Girls' School or Monkey Gorilla School. 

4. Cottage was build in 1934 and used to be the residence of the principals from the early years. This is why it is now rumuored as haunted. 

5. Our sport house system was introduced in 1930 - Cavell, Nightingale, Crosby, Victoria.

( Me - Crosby or Blue. Cavell is Red, Nightingale is Yellow, Victoria is Green. Victoria selalu kalah. Cavell selalu fight dengan Crosby...hehheheh)

sports women

6. The school was closed down in 1941 for the Japanese Army. It was later re-opened in 1945 Oct 1st.

7. We're one of the school in Ipoh that wore pinafore according to our school official colour instead of the usual light blue. Maroon was our school colour. The uniform was later standardize to follow the light blue ones around 1970s.(No more maroon for the later generation)

**but the pengawas is still wearing maroon skirt hehhhehe (during my time 1982 - 1986)

mgs students

8. Our canteen is like a mini food court. Ice creams, roti canai, nasi lemak, laksa, porridge, wan tan mee, chee cheong fun, nasi ayam, thosai, curry mee, tomyam noodles, fruits, mash potatoes, snacks, kacang puteh, roti bakar, even variety off thes. Of food heaven!

**food mmg heaven sungguh laaaa....

9. Student from 80s era would still see Mak Cik Yam our legendary canteen aunty if the re-visit the alma matter.

10. Our school canteen food is cheap! One cup of soya which is the same size as kopitiams, cost only 30 cents. Laksa for 1 ringgit. 

canteen

11. Our school song is the same for both Primary and Secondary school. Only the last paragraph is removed for the secondary school. 

12. "Leave the banner, Wear it onwards" is what usually some students would sing instead of the right one "Lift the banner, Bear it onwards". Are you one of them?

13. Our school song would gradually be sung faster and faster if there isn't any music companion (Naught girls)

14. Our landmark that represents our school would definitely ve the RAINTREE that has stood for almost a century. 

mgs raintree

15. For those who joined Girls' Brigade, students for non-Methodist school would had trouble understanding what Uniform Body you've joined since it is only available in 3 schools in Ipoh. ACS, MGS and Wesley.

16. The best food we crave during sports day would be the curry fish balls!

17. We would cheer, laugh and scream hard if males teachers were choosed for certain events on stage. 

18. Our Monday assembly are at the badminton court with teachers sitting in a row along the classrom's corridor. You would see some sleeping if you look around. 

court

19. Our school badge colour is simple which consist of only two colours. Maroon and White. 

20. We're the only school that doesn't need the cloth tag that needs to be ironed to the uniforms. We use name tags.

21. We're lucky to have a big green field. 

mgs field

22. Non-muslims students would sometimes to to the opposite Curry Mee shop to eat after school

23. We have kebun  angkat project but always don't attend. 

24. We share the school area between primary and secondary. So seeing sights of little primary girls running around our compound is completely normal. We sometimes even make friends with them. 

25. Racial isn't much of an issue here. We all mix together for 5 years (or more if you're from the same primary). This is one good thing. We learn about each other's culture and we know how to respect them.

26. Our school students are always well recognized for good English!. Be proud. OUR UTMOST FOR THE HIGHEST!.

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Recently we made a trip to Ipoh to reminisce our moment while studying at MGS. We spent the time together for 2 days 1 night at one of the homestay in Ipoh (mini reunion gituk). But too bad, I was not in the picture, sbb kena balik KL awal..hehhehe...but a few of my friends got a chance to visit our old school. How I miss our 5 years at MGS.



Our green field


Our Utmost for the Highest







Clover Hotel, Ipoh

Baru baru ni balik Ipoh sebab ada kenduri kahwin. Since semua adik badik balik and nak bertanggak di rumah SIL, maka kami bercadang buat tahlil untuk abah, abang, kakak, anak saudara (Afiqah) dan cucu saudara (Ammar). 

But too many people in one house...not so me la ye. Bukan tak suka duduk ramai ramai. Tapi anak anak saya lelaki semua. Nak berebut 3 bilik air....pastu bilik cuma 4 jer. So saya prefer dok hotel je. Actually hotel ni tak jauh pun dari rumah SIL. Masih lagi area Meru. If last time, bila balik Ipoh, saya stay kat Casuarina Hotel, Meru. Ni memikirkan nak tido je pun. Siang hari gi kenduri. Pastu, saya plak, ada mini reunion. Ulang alik ulang alik, hotel je la. So, pilih punya pilih punya pilih...saya booked melalui booking.com. Dapatlah Clover Hotel. 




**Ipoh dah jadi macam kampung ke2 lak....

Clover Hotel ni dekat je ngan Hotel Casuarina, Meru. Budget hotel, yang dibina diatas barisan shoplot 4 tingkat. Masih baru, kata receptionist tu baru 4 bulan dibuka kepada orang ramai. So, takyah ler expect lebih lebih ya. Bilik takde besar mana. Since saya booked triple room, maka dapatlah kami satu katil queen dan satu katil single. Bilik air just nice, tetapi sbb still new, dinding pun masih lagi lepaan simen. Cuma lantai je ada tiles. Toileteries pun tak byk. Cuma satu botol kecil shampoo dan mandian. Jangan expect ada berus gigi dan ubat gigi lak ye seperti sesetengah hotel tu. Towel cuma bath towel sahaja. 





Ada tv, electric kettle dan meja. Satu tempat sangkut baju. No fridge. No lift. Mostly lantai adalah lepaan simen sahaja. Maybe sbb masih baru. Luckily the hotel is still new. So boleh nampak akan ke baruannyer....(apa punya ayat). Tp plug byk Ada 4. Senang nak men charging handphone..hehehe

Rekemend: Boleh if you all just want to sleep. Jangan expect lebey for budget hotel. Dekat dengan kedai kedai. Mydin sangat dekat. Depan ada mcdonald, kfc. Dan juga sangat dekat dengan Dataran Amanjaya if you all nak lepak malam lama. Juga dekat dengan Movie Animation Park Studios (macam belom siap je)

To me, x byk komplen le. Sbb nak tido jer kan. Janji katil selesa, takde bau bau tak sedap. And paling best, free wifi. Laju plak tu...huhuhuh. And the location is very good.