Food

Yum Cha at Jin Yan

It was a Saturday afternoon, and Little J was up from his morning nap, fed and changed. In other words, he was in a good mood. And when he was in a good mood, mommy and daddy were in an awesome mood! So out we went for lunch at Jin Yan Asian Cuisine, using a…

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Breakfast at Arthur’s

Finding time to blog is beginning to be a luxury these days, what with juggling work, house chores and caring for baby at the same time! Anyway, I’d hate for my blog to die so I’ll try my best to blog even if it means once a month or so. A few weeks back, Little…

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Our New Year’s Eve 2013

Can you believe it? 2013 has come and gone, some might say in a blink of an eye, but to me, it has been a fruitful one. It was one where Little J was born and brought into our world, making it more lively and happy with his wide grins. Sure, with the little one…

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A Christmas Feast 2013

Merry Christmas! Can’t believe the year 2013 is coming to an end already! I don’t want it to end so soon because it has been my favorite year so far, with the birth of Little J and the amazing time I had being a temporary stay at home mom. The start of the new year…

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6 Foods to Lower Your Risk for Cancer

As such a melting pot of cultural and ethnic diversity, Malaysia is able to enjoy an unmatched choice of unique and delicious cuisines. And us Malaysians do take our food seriously.┬áMamak┬áculture and the search for the best specialty hawker stalls are both taken very seriously by a huge percentage of the population, regardless of their…

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Poor Service at Tomodachi

Apart from Malaysian food, I sometimes like to have Japanese food as well. Unlike Malaysia (KL in particular) where Japanese food is aplenty, most shopping malls here only have Japanese stalls in food courts, selling sushi or rolls, mainly for takeaway. There would be more choices in the city centre, but we seldom go to…

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Full Moon Celebration

It’s interesting to know that a baby’s full moon celebration is really only practiced by the Chinese customs when a baby turns one month old. Needless to say, when I talked about this tradition with my Australian colleagues, all of them were intrigued. To be honest, I am not very familiar with this tradition either…

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