Hanis – 3rd place *sigh*
Why like that one?
Hanis – 3rd place *sigh*
Why like that one?
As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago the 2008 Hennessy Artistry parties would be kicking off in KL and Penang – 18th & 19th April.
I attended the KL party on April 18th with a whole lot of other famous bloggers and we partied the night away in the VIP section with plenty of tasty Hennessy cocktails (Hennessy and Ginger Ale rocks it).
Anyway the party was at Zouk – Jalan Ampang right in front of the Iconic KLCC Towers. The party itself was actually down in Velvet.
The crowd where there signing up, those who signed up online, invited guests and VIP/Media.
Atmospheric entrance to Zouk.
DJ Keri was there of course singing with a rocking orange wig and corset..
She looks better in the magazine pics really 🙂 But then she has been married 18 years and has two kids – not bad eh?
These two were the only ones really dancing during DJ Keri’s set, the dance floor was pretty quiet.
VJ Callen working the visuals.
Bloggers rocking the dance floor.
Keri finishing up her set.
Lot’s of teh femes bloggers.
After that DJ Andrew K started his set and the place started moving, he played some pretty sweet tunes I have to say.
He really got the dance floor rocking and the party rocking.
Lot’s of booze – yay!
Plenty of hot babes.
And of course happening party people!
The dance floor was pretty packed by then and the party was in full flow.
Ladies were working the podium.
And word up to my British homeboy James!
I think it’s only healthy to end the post with some cleavage…so here you go.
It was definitely a rocking party and I’m looking forwards to the next Hennessy event.
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So it’d down to the top 3, I would have liked to seen the top 3 as Hanis, Fiqa and Nadia or Jay. My thoughts and predictions.
3rd – Adeline
I think Adeline has progressed the most, but some of the comments in episode 16 are true. She doesn’t seem that driven and she doesn’t seem that serious about being a model. I think she’ll be great in Chinese Drama/Serial though or adverts for local products/services. She has good features and she has learnt to pose effectively.
For some reason they light her very badly in pictures too, her features are nice they don’t need to keep her in half a shadow to make them look sharper.
Sadly due to Cindy’s ‘family’ support I think she will come 3rd.
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I don’t know really why she’s in the top 3 unless the rumours about a rich family are true, her catwalk is THE WORST amongst them all. It’s not smooth and it’s way way too fast. She poses ok and she’s quite pretty, I think she’ll do well on TV or in commercials if she can be less annoying.
She still has a long way to go if she’s serious about this.
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1st – Hanis
If Hanis doesn’t win there’s something wrong serious, so vote for her now. She really has it, she has consistently blown me away.
Her photoshoots have been my favourite every week since the second week.
She looked so natural and stylish on the catwalk I couldn’t believe it was cute little Hanis, somehow I feel strangely proud of her.
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The Three who went OUT!
Ringo…let’s face it she’s not model material and she’s frankly too skinny. She was gorgeous last time when she started posing with the cosplay stuff, now….not good.
Jay, she was the best to start with being somewhat more experience than all of the other girls. But she just didn’t progress from there, I don’t think she’s versatile enough or has enough expression to do serious print modeling. She will do well on the catwalk though.
Nadia, she’s too fierce and too arrogant. Yes she has a strong look and she works very hard but there’s no need to be so competitive and keep rubbing it in everyones face.
The Malaysian Dreamgirl Grand Finale will be held at 1 Utama LG Oval on Tuesday 29th April 2008 at 6.30pm – see you there!
You can find all the related posts here Malaysian Dreamgirl.
One of my favs last time before it became too expensive, still visit now and then for some very satisfying seafood curry noodles.
This is the plain soup type – packed full of seafood!
*Please comment over at We Ate This!*
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Monster.co.uk was a huge hit back in England and always a great resource when looking for jobs. As the Internet took off job sites got larger and larger and they were certainly far easier to use than browsing the newspaper. You can’t search the newspaper, or look for jobs in specific areas for example.
In Europe it’s actually the largest career site with over 13 million resumes and a new CV is submitted every 12 seconds!
Anyway in January this year Monster has launched the Malaysian version at www.monster.com.my and straight out with some positions from big companies such as HSBC, Tyco, Maxis, Mitsubishi and more. As they already have a pretty strong global brand in the job market it’s not too difficult for them to move into Malaysia.
Seen as though Monster is here now it’s good to know about it and there’s no harm in using multiple sites to increase your chance of finding a suitable job.
There aren’t that many jobs on Monster Malaysia right now, but it’s fairly new so it’ll take a while to build up some momentum.
I’ll be keeping an eye on it anyhow!
Nearby to Masjid Ubudiah there are some other interesting sites like the Muzium Diraja Perak and the Galeri Sultan Azlan Shah.
Seen as though we were nearby we dropped by, sadly the museum was closed on Sundays.
Just grabbed a quick shot of it over the fence, its pained in the royal perak colours.
A very cute building it was, after that we headed over to the Galeri Sultan Azlan Shah which was a beautifully laid out place. It somewhat reminded me of Putrajaya though.
Wide angle power!
The fountain was beautiful.
And there were some very nice leading lines.
It was very very hot then as it was reaching midday, we headed back to Cinta Alam for lunch then to one final destination before coming back to KL.
A thriller that centers on Isabella El-Ibrahimi, the American wife of Egyptian-born chemical engineer Anwar El-Ibrahimi, who disappears on a flight from South Africa to Washington. Isabella desperately tries to track her husband down, while a CIA analyst at a secret detention facility outside the U.S. is forced to question his assignment as he becomes party to the man’s unorthodox interrogation.
There seems to have been a spate of politically driven movies especially regarding the middle-east conflict and similar matters. It’s to be expected I guess with the current climate, it is after all what is on peoples’ minds.
Extraordinary rendition and irregular rendition are terms used to describe the apprehension and extrajudicial transfer of a person from one state to another and the term ‘torture by proxy’ is used by some critics to describe situations in which the U.S. has purportedly transferred suspected terrorists to countries known to employ harsh interrogation techniques that may rise to the level of torture. SOURCE
Scary eh? Basically you can be taken from anywhere to anywhere without ANYONE knowing about it.
Rendition tells a story, some may say an almost real story of an Egyptian man seized by the US government for no apparent reason..his case is very similar to the real life case of Khalid El-Masri who went through a similar experience due to one different letter (Al-Masri vs El-Masri).
The characters are strong, especially Omar Metwally as El-Ibrahimi, you can almost feel what he’s going through.
The movie does make you think, is it ever right to torture another human being? Is what the US considers anti-terrorist action fair and just?
Do human rights matter when it comes to saving thousands of lives?
These are questioned that may be raised in your mind when watching this movie, to me that’s a good sign..it means it’s provocative and it touches on some fairly sensitive points.
The flow is good and the camera work is absolutely stunning, it’s beautifully filmed. The soundtrack goes along with the movie well.
The only flaws I would say are the lack in character development of Mrs El-Ibrahimi and the agent played by Gyllenhaal. You never really get to understand these characters or find out who they are.
Even so it’s worth a watch, I give it a strong 7/10.
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Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE or lupus) is a chronic autoimmune disease that can be fatal, though with recent medical advances, fatalities are becoming increasingly rare. As with other autoimmune diseases, the immune system attacks the body’s cells and tissue, resulting in inflammation and tissue damage. SLE can affect any part of the body, but most often harms the heart, joints, skin, lungs, blood vessels, liver, kidneys and nervous system. SOURCE
You can read more about Lupus here at Lupus Malaysia.
To raise money for we will be running a photography contest with the theme of “Anything Butterfly” – this is not limited to macro so go wild. It’s up to your interpretation.
Nikon D60 DSLR Camera with kit valued at RM 2,588
Nikon D40x DSLR Camera with kit valued at RM 1,888
Coolpix P5100 camera valued at RM 1,048
Five Merit Prizes:
Nikon CF Sprint IV binoculars valued at RM 198 each
Fifteen Consolation Prizes
Download your entry form here: World Lupus Day Entry Form
You need to submit the entry form with a minimum donation of RM10 before April 30th.
Photographs for entry MUST be taken between May 1st and May 7th and entered by May 8th 5pm. An exhibition and prize giving ceremony will be on May 10th and the exhibition will continue until May 18th. More details here.
So do enter, and keep May 10th free to support Shutter Asia and Lupus!
If you don’t mind please blog about this too, even if it’s just an aside and forward this to any friends you have that are interested in photography.
Apparently the most beautiful mosque in Malaysia and of the most photogenic mosques in the World! Quite an accolade for humble Kuala Kangsar.
We took a trip out there on the second day of our outing as it’s fairly close to Sungai Siput, we reached there with the beautiful early morning light hitting the sides of the golden domes.
It was breathtaking with the pure blue skies. I hope I’ve captured some of its’ beauty here.
Basking in the light
Beneath the Sun
It was a splendid place to visit really, if you are in the area do check it out. Early morning or late afternoon would be the best times.
During the weekend trip I had the chance to do a little bit of macro, I did wonder into the trees but there were just too many mosquitoes…and damn they were hungry.
I had a little look around the compound but there weren’t many subjects and it was super hot..I was of course using the cangih milk bottle diffuser!
The kitchen towel at the front was torn though so it was a little bit harsh, I might try two layers next time for extra diffusion..am out of practise too. Anyway here’s what I managed to come up with.
Colourful Fly, there was a blue one, red one, green one and this gold-ish one.
Fruit Fly or Wasp?
That’s all for now!
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