Friday, April 19, 2013

Galaxy on Stripes

Went to Pavillion to chill with Baby Jane yesterday. It's been awhile since I last went to KL for shopping bc I was really busy with school and exams are around the corner! As it was a Thursday (school day for me), the crowd there was lesser than I expected!

In Pavillion, other than shopping for clothes, the second thing that I really like to do, EAT, EAT, EAT AND EAT! There's a really huge variety of food which I really enjoy all the time!

Had Hui Lau Shan aka Mango Paradise as dessert after my lunch. To be really honest, it's my first time having it and it wasn't as good as I expected.

The pictures seem to make the portion look really big but when it was served to my table, my eyes literally popped out, kinda overpriced for such a small portion. The mangoes were really ripe and it turned out to be a little too moist, not really preferable. But among all of the mangoes, I like the mango gelate the most as it's cooling and serves really fine with the mango.

Galaxy top - Platinum, Bangkok
Tight skirt - Cotton On
Leather Vest - Vintage
Studded leather bag - Platinum, Bangkok

Black and white stripes are finally back in trend! I used to like stripes a lot but it was out of trend for quite some time and now it's finally back! People tend to think that black and white stripes looks alot like what people wear in prison but I think it's trendy. (A small tip for my readers, try to buy stripes that goes vertically, makes you look thinner!) Stripes also make your outfit look casual which you can wear it anytime, anywhere!

I tried matching my striped skirt with a plain top but then I tried matching it with a Galaxy top and see how it goes, it turned out to be something different! Black and white are usually considered as "Dull Colours" but the colour of the galaxy totally enhanced everything! Although galaxy was kinda out of trend but I think that as long as it looks good, you don't have to always follow the trend!

That's all for today, thank you for reading! x

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Back In Time.

 Leather Vest - Vintage
Crop top - Topshop
Ombre shorts - DIY
 Spike necklace - Platinum, Bangkok

For people who read my blog / follow me on Instagram, you'll know that I've always loved DIY and modifying my clothings! By DIY, you can have a piece of unique clothing that belongs to you and ONLY YOU. Ombre denim was trending previously but I think that denim never dies. You can easily pair your denim with anything and it'll still look good! Wanted to do a simple tutorial but it kinda failed so yeah.

Hope you enjoy the post and thank you for reading! Feel free to leave a comment x

Sunday, April 14, 2013

A Sense Of Rebel

Photography by Richeen Siew
Check out her blog HERE

Camouflage Jacket - Thrift store
Muscle tee - H&M
Studded Leather bag - Platinum, Bangkok
Spiked flats - Platinum, Bangkok
Accessories - Diva


Went back to Hin Hua to help out with the English Club as there was this Inter-school Choral Speaking competition. Met up with my girl, Richeen and both of us spent the whole day together. Being together with her always makes my day, we have so much in common that words can't even describe how. 

Both of us planned on wearing matching outfits this time since we both have Camouflage jackets. We chilled at Setia City Mall as it's like the best shopping mall in Klang lol. As usual, we went to the huge Setia Field for photography sessions. 

Met Chernyse, Samantha and Melissa while wandering around the mall!

Last but not least

Looking forward to our next outing together, love you to bits bby x

Thank you for reading! Bye xx

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Discovery Day @ INTI College Subang Jaya

Have you ever thought of what college do you wanna get in when you graduate from Secondary school? Have you ever thought of what's your interest, what course do you want to apply in the future?

Yesterday, INTI College Subang Jaya organized this event named Global Experience Discovery Day. Form 5 students from Kwang Hua were invited to join this event so I decided to give it a try!

INTI College Subang Jaya
INTI College Subang Jaya
This is the new building of INTI College! I heard that it costed around 50 Million! *Faints*

Inside of the campus is awesomeeee! Although its kinda squashy for Kwang Hua students to fit in lol.

First of all we went for a mini tour around the Campus and later, we gathered at the auditorium to split into different workshops.

The Auditorium
I was really happy to meet the sweetie pie Grace here! It's been awhile x0x0. She also owns an amazing blog, check it out here!

Grace and I!  Failed duck face of mine -_________-

My girls! From the left: Me, Jia Xuan, Jia Yin, Sioe Ling

There were 9 kinds of workshop, but I only remembered like......5 of them???? Which are:
 1. Pasta Mama Mia
 3. Mixology and Multisensory
 4. CSI
 8.  Aeronautics
 9. Life as a College Student

 Guess which one I chosen?

Mixology and Multisensory is a workshop that teaches you how to use your 5 senses: Smell, See, Touch, Taste and Hear. Besides, this workshop also teaches you how to make your own Mocktails!(Non-alcoholic cocktails)

 There's actually a bar here at INTI?! I was pretty shocked to be honest.

 Each of us were divided into groups of 5-8. Our table!

The first activity was to blindfold one of the group members and smell or taste the spices given. I was the first victim, or maybe volunteer lol.

I hate being blindfolded lol it makes me feel so insecure.

The spices given.
I only managed to guess 3/5, which are 1. Cinnamon, 3. Chilli and 5. Pepper. 

The next one was to guess the syrups given.

I managed to guess 4/5, which are 2. Vanilla, 3. Cinnamon, 4.Strawberry, 5. Chocolate!

 After the first session, we gathered in front to watch Mr. Gobein introducing and doing demos for us. 

 A huge variety of Mocktail Syrups!

 Rose Mary, Mint leaves and Basil leaves.

He made a few Mocktails for us to have a try, he also taught us steps and skills of making Mocktails.

A plain mocktail is not enough!

Add on a little Rose Mary to spice it up!

 Other than that, we also tried toning the Mocktails into different colours!
 Add in a little Blue Curacao (some kind of flavoring syrup) using a Bar spoon.


 Later on, we also got a chance to make our own Mocktails! All the equipments we needed were prepared on our table.

 Soda, fruit juice and the Boston shaker.

 How to make a basic Mocktail? 
By Anne Collins. lol.

1. Squash a little mint/ basil leaves and squeeze half a lime and into the Boston shaker. (At your own preference)

 2. Pour some syrup (Any flavors you like) into the jigger (measurer) and pour some fruit juice into the Boston Shaker. Add in a little ice.

 3. Cover the lid of the Boston Shaker, make sure it's covered tightly.

 4. Shake it for like 10-15 seconds until it's even, do not shake for too long.

5. Pat the glass cup gently to release the pressure inside. Sieve away the ice, lime and mint leaves


 Our very first Mocktail! (Lychee + Blueberry + Grape fruit-Passion fruit juice + Mint + Lime)

 The first round tastes a little too dilute so we decided to try a second round!

 The second round was a success! We added a little Rose Mary to spice up the whole Mocktail! (Lychee + Grape fruit + Grape fruit-Passion fruit juice + Lime + Basil leaves)


 Our team!


We looked like we're promoting MONIN Mocktail syrup lol.

 Thank you Mr. Gobein for such a great tutorial! It was a really good experience for me ;D

Of course, I have to thank his students for helping out with our process on making the Mocktails!

 At INTI, Education is a Global Experience. I was glad that I get to take part in this workshop, gained hell lot of experiences here! Would definitely involve myself into workshops like this next time ;)

 Thank you for reading! Btw, what do you think about my new header?
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