Thursday, August 27, 2009

Stop Animal Cruelty - Say NO to fur use

Have you ever thought you could harm, torture or abuse the animal indirectly for something you fancy about such as fur clothing? I never realised how inhumanity were these animals being skinned alive until I read the leaflet from The Humane Society of the United States.

It states that "Over 40 million animals are killed for fur each year. Many of them are caught in painful traps and suffer for days before they are killed. Animals raised on fur ranches are no luckier. Since there are no laws to govern how they are treated or killed, millions of animals are raised in tiny, unsanitary cages with no veterinary care. These animals are then killed by such inhumane practices as bludgeoning, strangulation, gassing or genital electrocution. Please shop compassionately. Choose fur-free fashions."

Learn more about Fur-Free Campaign from the leaflet below or at (For easy reading, please double click on the scanned leaflet below.)

Some photos (as below) were taken in front of Neiman Marcus outlet at the downtown of San Francisco. WHY was the booth set-up in front of Neiman Marcus? This is to educate and remind the public NOT to purchase fur clothing from Neiman Marcus. Moreover, the latest news of Neiman Marcus promotes Manolo Blahnik Boots as Ocelot Fur (an endangered species) can be found at

I took a lot of courage to look at the act of brutality from the photographs. I am strongly NOT recommending the pregnant women to view these pictures .....

Please spread among your friends and colleagues... "We Choose NOT to wear fur or fur trim."

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Photos of my "children"

These are Max (the Miniature Scnauzher aged 2 years) and Baby (Shih Tzu aged 4 years)

Max loves to be shot. He immediately poses in front of camera like a professional model....

On the other hand, Baby hates to be photographed. It takes a lot of patient to persuade and trick her with snacks so that she would look at the camera. Normally, 2 out of 10 are the best photos taken each time.

(snorbish look **)

(grrrr... I hate photos!!!)

Friday, August 21, 2009

Pictures of San Francisco

A close friend told me, San Francisco was a nice place to visit and could find many Asians staying there compared to other states in America. She convinced me that I would able to adapt and love San Francisco very much. When William and I visited America's Embassy, the Immigration Officer told us the same thing too. How truth is it? The only thing I know about San Francisco is the Golden Gate Bridge and the rows of Victorian houses (the clips I had seen from The Full House series which were acted by Mary-Kate Olsen and Alsey Olsen). Yes, the twin sisters acted as the little girl named "Michelle."

Golden Gate Bridge
However, the opportunity to know more about San Francisco landed when William had to be there for two weeks on his business trips.

William stayed at Stanford Park Hotel in the City of Palo Alto (about 40 minutes drive from the City of San Francisco). He spent US$159 per night but breakfast was not provided.

Palo Alto City Sign

Look at how American design in this hotel room
hotel room
hotel room
hotel room

A small garden located near the hotel mall
Stanford Shopping Mall GardenStanford Shopping Mall GardenIt is so relaxing that I can have my tea here....

At the Downtown of San Francisco...
Downtown San Francisco
Downtown San Francisco

Transamerica Pyramid Look at the sophisticated design (behind the row of shops). It is known as Transamerica Pyramid.
San Francisco Old St Mary's Center Old St Mary's Center

San Francisco Ferry Building's Ferry Building's crowning 245-foot tall clock tower

San Francisco Center SquareDowntown San FranciscoDowntown San FranciscoViolin Player in San Francisco Downtown As usual, you can find street performers everywhere in the States.

Famous transportation in the city
San Francisco Tram

San Francisco Tram Yes, tram becomes popular attraction among tourists. It travels up and down the steep road

San Francisco BartThis is the track of Bart Train

San Francisco Bart
Yes, the Bart Train resembles Singapore's MRT

Known as 'Cross Street' because of the zig zag driving

San Francisco Cross Street
San Francisco Cross StreetDrivers are able to control their vehicles better than speeding down the hilly road. This is to reduce the accidents....

A huge Chinatown in the city of San Francisco......

San Francisco China Town
San Francisco China Town
San Francisco China Town TVB series are very popular among the Asians

These are some pictures taken during his business trip. I will explore and share more pictures of San Francisco when we move there by November 2009. Before coming to the end, here is a video showing how the tram changes its track/route at confining street in the city? (I'm sorry.. unable to adjust the setting of video's position... you have to double click the video so that you can view it clearly on youtube)

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Sunday, August 9, 2009

Dearest all,

I am away and unable to update my blog from 10-15 August 2009. I promise to share more interesting stories when I am back. Do follow my updates from time to time. Thank you :)

Monday, August 3, 2009

Watch Singapore's National Day Parade 2009 (LIVE)

Have you ever thought of watching National Day Parade from other countries besides Malaysia? Here is the chance for you to watch Singapore's NDP 2009 LIVE on the website on 9 August 2009 (Sunday) from 6:15pm. NO registration is required.

You have to visit this website and download the compatible software so that you can view the live performances. It is very simple. You can click and watch the performances and fireworks from different camera angles too.

See you there!!!

Some participants during NDP 2009 rehersal:
Where is Kevin Cheng??? The leng chai from Burning Flame 3 :D