Tuesday, April 27, 2010

What I Need

What am I doing here?

I wasn't supposed to be here at this time.

I have an exam tomorrow at 2 o'clock and I HAVEN'T read anything.

I tried to read but I always ended up closing my eyes and stay shut for about 30 minutes on my bed.


But I just couldn't give a damn about it.

Okay, I think I need to start giving a damn about it. That lightning kinda hurts. 


I guess I need my brother here. He was the one who pressured me to study all this while and without him I guess my brain just won't start working.

I need force. I need pressure. If not, I'll stay like this forever. 



Hmm. Still here. Stagnant. Not moving. 


Guess what? 

I'll just, you know, sleep.

Yours sincerely,

MAS Travel Facebook Birthday Bash @ Ministry of Sound - EUPHORIA

Hi peeps.

What's up?

On the 24th of April, my friends and I went to the Ministry of Sound - EUPHORIA @ Sunway Lagoon Resort for the MAS Travel Facebook Birthday Bash. My friend told me about that event and since I didn't have anything to do, I decided to join them. 

This event was organized to celebrate MAS Travel first anniversary on Facebook. Yeay!

Ministry of Sound - EUPHORIA @ Sunway Lagoon is one of the leading hot spots in the Klang Valley created by the Ministry of Sound as a revolutionary brand to showcase the finest dance music entertainment for the 21st century.

EUPHORIA presents dance music enthusiasts access to the Club's vast forms of music, world class DJs, global tours, events and an international dance club experience that is enhanced by the pinnacle of a custom designed sound system.

EUPHORIA incorporates a production-heavy approach with theatrical dynamics to deliver the best genres of contemporary dance music within its twin-scene layout - EUPHORIA: The main room on Mezzanine and First Level, while ground level is embodied by THE DEQ, a Balearic-type music bar with an outdoor lounge, allowing for two different genres of music to be featured simultaneously.


  1. There are 118 speakers in EUPHORIA to ensure the brilliant sound is audible everywhere (except the bathrooms, of course!)
  2. Its sound system comprises over 100000 watts, the same amount of power could lift a small aircraft.
  3. DJ booth has more controls than the cockpit of a 747 aircraft. 10 individual computers are dedicated to operating sound, lighting and cranes.
  4. 2 fully vibrating dance floors - this adds another dimension to the powerful sound and amazing lights, and is a definite first for Malaysia.
  5. The sound insulation could cover the Surf Wave Pool at the Theme Park, or a soccer field, not only for better sound quality but to prevent noise pollution to the outside world.
  6. The electric cabling can stretch from here to KLIA and back, to drive sound, light and equipment.
  7. They also have an American Express Train 5 tone air horn and an American Emergency Services multi-use siren to further add effect and excitement.

The party started around 4 p.m. We went there as early as we could and registered. We got our pink EUPHORIA wristband and went inside. 

Inside, we were interviewed by the reporter / journalist (whoever she is). It was fun. The photographer took our picture and told us that it would be published in Star Metro soon. I'm looking forward to read it later. Haha!

The show started around 6 p.m (if I'm not mistaken), hosted by Qi.

For those who don't know who he is, his real name is Qushairi Mohamed Razali. He is the host of Destinasi Bajet, the hit travelogue series. He is also one of the stars in Blogger Boy, an 8TV's television series. 

Actually I didn't know him until my friends told me about him. He's nice and very friendly. We took some pics together. We were all very starstrucked although I didn't know him at first. Haha!

The party was great. The only sad thing was there were only a few people came but it didn't make the show less happening. The show was awesome and happening. Thanks so much to the free gifts - t-shirts, hats and bags and also free tickets to interesting places such as Bali, Cebu, Jakarta etc - and the host, Qi for making the show an interesting and fun one. One more thing, there should be a cake since it was a birthday bash but I didn't see one. I wonder who ruined the cake? LOL.

Oh, I must mention this: My friend, Rafail won a free 2-way ticket to Cebu, Philippines. Woooot! Awesome right? You were lucky that night, my friend. I still couldn't forget the way you jumped and screamed upon hearing your name was announced. Haha! Anyway, congrats!

Well, the night was rocked by awesome performances from Joanna & Co, One Buck Short, Pop Shuvit, Altimet, Dejavoodoo Spells and Joe Flizzow with his new artist Sona (I think that's his name. Sorry if I got it wrong).

The show ended at 9 p.m and we were hungry. We headed to Pizza Hut and after we've finished eating, we went back. In conclusion, the event was awesome mainly because it's free (we got free tickets), they gave us free stuff such as t-shirts, hats etc and the HOT performances. I really really love Altimet and Pop Shuvit. They rocked the stage. Congrats to the other performers as well. They did awesome too. 

Here are some of the pics that we managed to take. Credits to Rafail for the pics.

Joanna & Co

Qi and One Buck Short

Dejavoodoo Spells

Joe Flizzow

Pop Shuvit

The host, Qi and I

I'm looking for more event like this. Have I mentioned that I was at Starpoint Hotel, attending their Secretary Week event? No? Well, I was there but I'm not going to blog about it. I'm keeping it only for myself. Haha! Anyway, my life is a bit hectic now but I love it. My first exam paper is on the 28th of April and I haven't read anything yet. Gosh, need to start reading. Gotta go now. 

So happy I got the t-shirt. Yeay!

Thanks MAS for the great time. You are the best!

Yours sincerely,

Saturday, April 24, 2010



I'm so glad today I have the chance to sit and relax and update my blog. I've been busy lately. The aftermath of WCOPA: I become friends with a few artists / celebrities / singers or whoever they are and as an artist, they are always on the go. Since I'm part of the club now (I'm not an artist, just their friend), I have the chance to experience a glimpse of their life which is fun. But seriously, it is very tiring. Imagine you have to go here and there in one day and you'll only be able to sleep for like 3 or 4 hours. It's insane!

Well, forget about that. I just can't wait to share my experience on our (my friends and I) trip to The Historic City of Malacca. 

I have to agree, the place is amazing. I'm amazed with the buildings. They all look very ancient and I just LOVE IT! I felt like I was in Hang Tuah and Hang Li Po's time. We stayed there for 3 days and 2 nights.


We started our journey from Section 17 Shah Alam to Malacca. I was asleep in the bus during the whole two-hour journey. When I woke up, I found out that we were already there. We then took a cab and headed straight to our guest house (I'm so sorry I forgot it's name). After that, we went out to eat and checked out the shopping malls. Dewi, Pai and I watched Kick Ass. The story was shockingly violent. I seriously thought that the movie was a U rated movie. Well, I thought wrong. Kids are not recommended to watch Kick Ass. And after that we wandered around Jonker Street and went back to our guest house at around 2 o'clock (if I'm not mistaken). 


The second day was a sight-seeing and shopping day. We visited all the historical buildings and after the long journey under the hot sun, we stopped at the riverside to cool ourselves down while eating the super-sweet and delicious cendol. Cendol was exactly what we need to continue our fight with the hot sun. After we've finished sight-seeing and cam-whoring, we went shopping. The only item that I bought was a key chain. It's enough for me to remember that I was in Malacca. 


It was time to back to Shah Alam. I was again asleep throughout the two-hour bus journey to Shah Alam. Hehe.

Pictures speak louder than words, right? So [CLICK] if you want to see the pics.

P/S: I've mentioned about Gatsby Deodorant Street Fair before. [CLICK] for pics.

Yours sincerely,

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Gatsby Deodorant Street Fair At Berjaya Times Square

Fuh! Awesomeness!

Yesterday, I went to Berjaya Times Square for the Deodorant Street Fair organized by Gatsby. It was awesome. I love all the games but I'm a bit disappointed because there was no Sumo Wrestling game. I was actually waiting to play that. However, thank God they have the Gladiator game. It was fun. I hit my friend so hard like he's my worst enemy. Hehe.

One more awesome part of the event was the lucky draw. I tell you, the prizes were insane. I was really-really hoping to win the Ferrari laptop or the Canon Digital Camera but as usual, I'm extremely unlucky when it comes to lucky draw. Therefore, I just watched all the prizes and the winners with the sad look on my face because I wanted those stuff too. But never mind, there's always next time. I hope Gatsby will organize this event more often so that my chances of winning the lucky draw is bigger. Haha.  

Anyway, my friends and I took a lot of pics. I'll upload it later in the next post. Today, I'm going to Melaka. It's Cuti-cuti Malaysia time.

Gotta go now. I'll update later.

Yours truthfully,

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

WCOPA Final At Istana Budaya

Hello. *cough*
Wow, it has been a while. This blog needs to be cleaned up. Dust bunnies are everywhere. *sneeze*

In this entry, I'll share about my experience of joining WCOPA.

Last week, I was extremely busy with WCOPA (World Championship of Performing Arts) competition. The semifinal was on the 7th of April and the final was on the 10th.


It was held at Jalan Conlay, Amphitheater Seri Utama, Komplek Kraftangan, Kuala Lumpur. It was first time going to that place and I had lost a few times because I did not know the way. Luckily, I managed to reach the place. 

During the semifinal, I sang To Where You Are - Josh Groban and Mercy - Duffy. The competition was intense. The other contestants were very good. They were awesome. I felt very small during the competition. We had to stay there until 1 o'clock in the morning for the results announcement which was indeed very tiring. Honestly, I didn't think the judges would select me to compete in the final, but they did. I was shocked but I'm thankful. I was extremely happy and excited because I could get to perform at Istana Budaya. I've been dreaming of singing on that stage ever since I went there to watch the theater ANTARA last month.  

Thanks so so much to Haiqal, Adi Luqman, Syafiq and Amir Rayyan for their support during the semifinal. You guys are like the best supporter I have ever had. Thank you so much. 

P/S: Lain kali kalo korang ada event/show apa-apa, bagitau la. Insyaallah saya datang support.


The moment I have been waiting for. But it wasn't as smooth as I thought it would be. Initially I wanted to sing Contigo En La Distancio as suggested by Haiqal. But I had to change the song because one of the contestants had already picked the song. And then I wanted to sing Mercy but it was also taken. I didn't have much time to choose a song. With Rizu's help, I decided to sing Still Got The Blues. It was a good song but I did not have enough time to practice.

I'm surprised that I did not feel nervous at all during the final. I was very nervous and terrified during the semifinal. I guess it was because I did not expect to win. I just wanna sing and have fun. To be selected to compete with many other talented people in the final was good enough for me. At that point, winning was not my priority. I just wanna sing and have fun and gain experience.

Although I didn't make it to Hollywood, I am proud of myself for reaching this far. In addition, I met so many wonderful people. By the way, congratulations to Iz Sulaini, Shila and Cheryl Koh for winning the medal. Do the best in Hollywood.

The opening

Yeay, I'm on the stage

Iz Sulaini on the stage

Nini on the stage

I'm waiting for my turn to sing

It's me on the stage

Nadia with her powerful voice

Cheryl Koh on the stage

Jasper on the stage

Shila is singing her own song

My man, Rizu on the stage yo!

Nabil on the stage

Azmir Arif on the stage

Rachel on the stage

Dewi and I

With Rizu

With Tom (Raja Farah)

Cheryl Koh

Iz Sulaini


Happy for the winners


  • Rizu - You are always the best. Keep on singing. I pray for your success. Call la kalo ada show. Insyaallah saya datang.

  • Iz Sulaini - Congrats dude for winning the medal. Make us proud okay. Buy me ole-ole from Hollywood. *wink*

  • Shila - Work it girl! All the best. Best la ckp Sabah dgn ko. *wink* Do the best in Hollywood. Make us proud.

  • Nadia - You're such a nice girl. All the best. Keep on singing. Your voice rocks!

  • Nini - All the best. Keep in touch okay.

  • Jasper - Woohoo, dude. You blow me away with your voice. Fuh!

  • Dewi - I hate the fact that you are so tall. *wink* All the best okay. Keep in touch.

  • Azmir Arif - So proud of you. I really-really like your voice. Thanks for the CD.

  • Nabil Zamanhuri - Your performance rocks! Teach me how to dance like MJ please. *wink*

  • Cheryl Koh - The sweetest girl ever. You are extremely talented my little friend. I still think that you are a 30 year old woman trapped in a 14 year old girl's body. Hehe. Do the best in Hollywood. I'll pray for you.

  • Rachel Ang - The Barbie Doll of the group. All the best. Keep on singing.

Thanks to Dior, Zwen, Nabil, Gabriel, Nazir and all for making my day throughout WCOPA. Keep in touch guys.

Big thanks to Pai, Mimi, Ikram, Izzati, Haiqal, Azad and everyone else who came that night to support. I really really appreciate that. 

P/S: Haiqal, sorry tak dpt jumpa after show. Banyak benda nak kena settle. Anyway, thanks so much okay. Kirim salam dengan kawan-kawan lain yang datang.

To see more pics [CLICK].

It was indeed an awesome experience. Thanks to all. Now I can go back to my study. Hm, boring. 

Yours truly,