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Friday, 10-Sep-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
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Couple on Pak Abu's Creation
Pak Abu-Pelamin Incorporated
Well, dont let the name deceive you.The well sought after jet setter (ask him why) Pak Abu isn't that old despite his established reputation as one of the preferred Pelamin Maker of Kuala Lumpur. His portfolio of client include Erra Fazira. His services includes event deco.

p.s: I am hooked on photoblogging! Can someone please tell me how often do you blog and how often you think i should blog ????

Thursday, 9-Sep-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Rush & Deja-Vu!

Dear All,

For today's entry please go to archive entry of 1 July 2003. Please post comment on the archive entry. Thanks and enjoy!

Kid Chan Recommends

I am partcularly grateful today for being involved in the wedding scene of Malaysia. I have scene and met a lot of Great People that otherwise i think would not be able to meet. While our job as photographer are dedicated to document the beautiful weddings of the respective couples, there are many unsung heroes that plays a great part in creating in it. So, beginning tomorrow and periodically, i will try to highlight some of the wedding vendors in the Malaysia for the benefit of those that are planning the wedding.

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Wednesday, 8-Sep-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
A Wedding in Kangar, Perlis

Dear All,

Please go to the archive of 21 & 22 of August 2004 for today's entry.



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Tuesday, 7-Sep-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Nak berpantun:)

I am still feeling great now and really want to learn how to photoblog effectively from you guys. i can only summed up my feelings with the following pantun specially:

Cempedak di luar pagar, (Jackfruit is outside the gate)
Tarik galah tolong jolokkan; (pull a pole and please bring it down)
Saya budak baharu belajar, (i am a new boy just beggining to learn)
Kalau salah tolong tunjukkan. (please correct me if i am wrong)

Definition- Pantun is a Malay poetic form. Pantuns are written in quatrains, generally following an abab rhyme scheme. The second and fourth lines of each stanza become the first and third lines of the following stanza. Finally, the first and third lines of the first stanza become the second and fourth lines of the last stanza, usually in reverse order so that the first and last lines of the poem are identical. taken from

anyone with any good pantun to share? maybe i can translate summore:)

p.s: i know i know.... tried very hard to make it rhyme k? if you can manage please post and credit will be given

Monday, 6-Sep-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Thank you

Dear Saiful ,Azmanshah, Rafi & kak-long,

Thank you for your welcome messages. It is really a great encouragement to me. As least it can be proof that this photoblog can be of a certain significance.

Before I embark on this project, many told me that it's one of those "SYOK Sendiri" & will DEFINITELY fade into oblivion! At least now I can confidently tell them I got four encouragements from you all:)

For the benefit of our non-malaysian friends, hope the translation and definitions will be helpful to you all in understanding our way of life:

Definition-SYOK SENDIRI- Self amusement taken for Kidchan's dictionary

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