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Friday, October 3, 2014

My 30 Days Experience With Redmi 1s- Everything You Need To Know About The Phone!!

I Am A Redmi 1s User from Sarawak and here Xiaomi has owned the market with the release of this device and this is very cheap and offering high specs unmatchable by other devices at this range...It is available and  on sales only on one e-commerce site,the phone is getting out of stock withing 5-10minutes.
So here is what I noticed about this phone in 30 Days
Pros of the phone-
1)Camera
2)Look
2)Cost
4)Processor and all
Cons of the phone-
1)Heats up fast
2)Low ram available
3)The capacitive buttons dont have LED Backlight
BATTERY-
I Charge the mobile every morning,spend 1-2 hours online...I Listen to music for sometime,surf the net too....Get calls frequently..Keeps the brightness at max so no steps taken to reduce battery usage...And the battery almost drains out by night..Next day I charge it up again..So overall,on having a full charge and average use,the battery lasts for 1 DAY..
GAMING:
Gaming is good,Modern Combat 4 is a game i played fully on the device,and from the beginning till end,not a single lag...Ya the device surely heats up...
CAMERA :Its just awesome...Pics are all good...
An Awesome fix for some problems:
I Found out that some problems every Redmi user is facing can bet solved easily without any mod or root.

Friday, July 11, 2014

Sontong Tutok.

The cuttlefish is beaten with a hammer to make it soft and tender. 

For Malaysian people, Ramadan is the month that has always been awaited on every year. There will be lot of food vendors lined up on every evening along the way. The food that is most often used as Berbuka or breaking the fast menu is of course the dates,syrup and cakes. However, especially for people who live in Sarawak they have their own unique food that becomes an identical of Ramadan, which is called Sotong Tutok (Hammered Cuttlefish). The food is one of the Sarawak typical snacks that are only sold during the fasting month of Ramadan.
However, for those who are not the residents of Sarawak, perhaps the name Sotong Tutok sounds strange and makes you wonder exactly what kind of food is this. Sotong Tutok is the term for dried squid snacks after being burned or grilled. In the process of making, the cuttlefish is beaten with a hammer to make it soft and tender.
The local community even said that fasting without the dish of Sotong Tutok would be tasteless. Therefore, it is not strange that almost on every house of Muslims found Sotong Tutok to make their iftar of suhoor become more complete. The restaurants and food stalls in Kuching city also make this food as one of their menus.


Sontong Tutok can be used as a side dish or snack in leisure times. This food is made of dried cuttlefish. The way of making is also very simple.The dried cuttlefish is grilled over coals or over a flame in small fire to make it not overcooked. At the roasting process, there will be a very seductive scent for anyone around it. Once cooked, the cuttlefish is then hammered on the wood until the meat flat and the fiber out intended to make it soft. If you are interested in hammering your own cuttlefish, the seller will be happy to hand over his hammer to you.


SotongTutok becomes more delicious when equipped with peanut sauce or sweet spicy sauce. Sometimes, there will be vendors who serve it with pickled cucumber. This seafood is a bit salty and savory but when smeared with peanut sauce or spicy sauce, it becomes delicious with a little sour and spicy.
The way to eat is also unique. First, the cuttlefish is dipped into the sauce, and then we absorb until the flavor of the sauce is lessening. After that, it is dipped into the sauce for the second time, and then absorbed again. This is done repeatedly. Afterwards, the cuttlefish is the eaten. Therefore, enjoying one piece of Sotong Tutok could spend a long time. Therefore, for those who claim to seafood lovers do not miss the opportunity to enjoy this Sarawak typical food when visiting into the city.

Monday, June 30, 2014

The Month Of Ramadan and Ramadan Bazaar In Sarawak.

Ramadan is the month for rebuilding our spiritual strength. It falls on the the ninth month of the Muslim year, during which all Muslims must fast during the daylight hours. Indulgence of any sort is forbidden during the fast.
"Anyone who fasts during this month with purity of belief and with expectation of a good reward (from his Creator), will have his previous sins forgiven," said Prophet Muhammad, Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam. "Anyone who stands in prayers during its nights with purity of belief and expectation of a reward, will have his previous sins forgiven." The rewards for good deeds are multiplied manifold during Ramadan.
In Malaysia, the Ramadhan month is observed within the muslim communities. Food Bazaars are becoming increasingly popular. Usually, the open air temporary stalls are set up in designated places. Sometimes, streets are closed for the duration of the bazaar hours which is from 4.30pm until 7.45pm. Many leaving work in the evenings will buy food home from these bazaars to break fast with their families. 
 Bazaar Ramadan in Desa Ilmu ,Kota Samarahan.
I hope every Muslim have a Blessed Ramadan,
RAMADAN KAREEM !! (noble or generous Ramadan).

Monday, June 16, 2014

Malaysia Airlines Retires Boeing 737-400 from its fleet.

The move by Malaysia Airlines to retire all its Boeing 737-400 passenger aircraft will see the average age of its fleet dip from 4.7 years to 4.35 years.The Boeing 737-400 entered MAS' fleet in May 1992, and at one point 54 aircraft were in service, making the company the largest operator of the model outside the United States .The last Malaysia Airlines  Boeing 737-400 was retired on Saturday.
 Above: photos from my album Malaysia Airlines Boeing 737-400 in Kuching Airport airspace.22 years is a long time. It really shows how reliable the 734s are.
News coverage are everywhere on the final day of Malaysia Airlines Boeing 737-400..for example HERE and HERE.
Boeing 737-400 It's an awesome flying machine and very very reliable.I'll definitely miss her .



Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Travelling On A Budget Holiday,Free Seat & Extra Flight for Festive Season.

You can still enjoy a great holiday experience in Malaysia even if you have to cut corners to make your travel wish come true.With that in mind, here are some quick  tips that would come handy if you’re planning on travelling on a budget in Malaysia. This article published in VIRTUAL MALAYSIA (03May,2014) .  
AirAsia is back with its Free Seats* promotion with 2.5 million promo seats available for immediate booking, for travel period in the first half of 2015..
If you wish to try your luck for a free airfare just go tothis website AIRASIA
 The Hybrid Airlines ,Malindo Air (Lion Group) will offer additional or extra flight for domestic destination for the coming Hari Raya festive season..HERE
The initiative taken by Malindo Air to meet higher demand for services during the upcoming Raya celebrations will see increased frequencies from July 23 to August 4 for domestic destinations such as Kota Baru, Kuala Terengganu, Alor Setar, Johor Baru and Penang. - See more at: http://www.nst.com.my/business/latest/malindo-offers-additional-flights-for-hari-raya-1.610004#sthash.Ts0lNqvs.dpuf

Hybrid airline, Malindo Air, will offer additional flights for domestic destinations during the Hari Raya celebration. - See more at: http://www.nst.com.my/business/latest/malindo-offers-additional-flights-for-hari-raya-1.610004#sthash.Ts0lNqvs.dpuf
Hybrid airline, Malindo Air, will offer additional flights for domestic destinations during the Hari Raya celebration. - See more at: http://www.nst.com.my/business/latest/malindo-offers-additional-flights-for-hari-raya-1.610004#sthash.Ts0lNqvs.dpuf


Sunday, May 25, 2014

The 1st Subang International Air Carnival 2014 .

Subang International Air Carnival 2014

The Subang International Air Carnival 2014 (SIAC 2014) scheduled for June 12-15 at the Skypark Regional Aviation Centre, Section U3, Shah Alam will provide a family-oriented aerospace experience to visitors. Organised by F&R Exhibition and Conference Sdn Bhd in partnership with the Skypark Regional Aviation Centre, it is themed “Transforming Malaysia’s Aerospace Education & Career Opportunities”.

Friday, May 9, 2014

Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT)Closed Down its Operations.

PhotoCredit to Datuk Tony the founder of Air Asia Group.
AirAsia and AirAsia X bosses and staff  bid farewell to the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT), as the budget airline closed down its operations there before moving to KLIA2 beginning Friday.
In a tweet on Thursday night, AirAsia Group chief executive officer (CEO) Tan Sri Tony Fernandes shared a photo of the now-empty check-in counters, saying, "From my desk at LCCT. Deserted. Built for 10 million expanded to 15 million but we did 20 million due to 3 year delay."
Read More from The Star Online
 The operations at the LCCT ceased after eight years with the departure of AirAsia X Flight D7 170 to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, at 2.35 am and the last AirAsia flight out of the LCCT was at 10.30 pm yesterday. Flight AK63 left for Kolkata, India.Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd had said that the LCCT would be turned into an air cargo terminal.
 Bye bye LCCT. It's been many years that you served us well.