Sunday, August 16, 2009

Sunday, August 2, 2009

easy pudding recipes

ok.. tried to type in burmese, it was absolute torture.....

where do we start...
ok , it will be about making pudding in less than 20-30 minutes provided that you have all the necessary ingredients at home

Here we go... dummies guide to steamed pudding ....


1 . Vanilla Essence , most likely not everyone has it at home. You can get in from NTUC, cold storage, Sheng Song .....

2. Eggs ... lets say five eggs for 2-3 people

3. milk .. milk and egg ratio shall be 1.5 : 1

4. brown sugar from NTUC

5. white bread 2-3 slices

We need a fork, a bowl large enough to hold five eggs, milk, sugar and bread. A metal container to put the mixture and a pen for steaming.

to be continue....

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

A conspiracy theory

Who really controls world events from behind-the-scene?

Conspiracy theory is the theory that most of the world is secretly governed by a small group of men who operate behind the scenes.

Through out the centuries there has existed an occult conspiracy for a New World Order, which is the plan to enact a one world government under a fascist dictatorship and police state. This New World Order is said to be the goal of the Illuminati, a secret society shrouded in mystery, magic, mysticism and myth.

New World Order

Here are the descendants of the Illuminati Satanic Bloodlines:

1.The Astor Bloodline
2.The Bundy Bloodline
3.The Collins Bloodline
4.The DuPont Bloodline
5.The Freeman Bloodline
6.The Kennedy Bloodline
7.The Li Bloodline
8.The Onassis Bloodline
9.The Reynolds bloodline
10.The Rockefeller Bloodline
11.The Rothschild Bloodline
12.The Russell Bloodline
13.The Van Duyn Bloodline
[Merovingian] (European Royal Families)

Interconnected families:


Monday, July 27, 2009

today is cold

Lately I have been nearly obsessed with colorful shoes.

It is impossible to estimate at exactly what phase in development on earth that man first thought of protecting his feet from the natural hazards of weather/climate and the rough ground that they walked on. Shoes are very interesting to analyze because they have a long history.

It is obvious that shoes were made for the shielding of feet but aside from their actual purpose, shoes can help to tell the story of the person who wore them. Shoes can help tell the economic and social status, values, and styles of the owner. The shape in which the shoe is in can help tell how the wearer stands and walks.

The local slippers of Myanmar is known as Hnyat-phanat.

There are two main kinds of slippers which are widely worn - those made with velvet straps and those made with leather. Domestic velvet(Kadipar) or leather slippers are light, elegant and comfortable to wear. They are extremely suitable for the local climate and the price is very reasonable compared with the imported ones.

Manufacturers use local raw materials and most of which make the shoes themselves in small workshops attached to the shop where they are sold. Most of the workshops are located in Mandalay, the former capital of the last independent Burmese kingdom and the second capital of mordern day Myanmar.

here comes interesting part. How many pairs of shoes do you have? Which kind? How much is/was your most expensive shoe?

I guess girls will have more -

I have one myanmar slipper(six elephant), one shoe for office and a reebok trainer. Just three pairs :(

Slipper on NTUC shopping cart :) .............