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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Supper At Open Air Market In Kuching

After sight seeing around Kuching at night, my friend take us for supper at Open Air Market.

Here some of the food we order at the place

we order sio bee or siew mai from the famous Sin Kwang Heng

other than sio bee (siew mai) they also sell paus like Big pau, char siew pau, bak pau( pork pau my favourite), tau sar pau ( bean pau) and sio bee (siew mai) here.

delicious Sapi Noodle from Ah Mui store

Kolo Mee with BBQ oil yummy my favourite

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Dongpo's Pork Meat At HangZhou China

While we at HangZhou China I got to eat the famous Dong Po Pork meat, the meat is consist of 50% fat and 50% meat, which is quite tasty...yummmy....

Legend said the meat is created by the poet Su Dongpo of the Northern Song Dynasty. Dongpo Pork is made of stewing pork.

It is very delicious with oily but not greasy taste and the fragrance of wine.

There is also a poem about the dongpo meat which goes like this



the English translation, reads like this:

"Ode to Pork"

"Pork in Huangzhou is plenty
there it costs utterly lowly
The rich detest it; the poor fluff it
slow the fire, hold the water, it comes alive when the time is right"

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Sarawak DUN Building

Here is few close up photos of The Sarawak Legislative Assembly building when we walking and taking photos around the Kuching Waterfront

Lucky capture the moon with DUN that night

Reflection of DUN building at the river

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Happy Mid- Autumn 2010

Wishing everyone Happy Mooncake Festival.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Kuching Post Office (1931)

The Kuching Post Office is another landmark, the building was built in 1931 built in the middle of Kuching City.

The design is an imposing Neo-Classical with Corinthian columns.

The front of this building features round towers and giant pillar. The wall is decorated with intricate carvings.

I notice one Brooke emblem of a badger and the motto ‘
Dum Spiro Spero” means While I live, I hope .

The building was designed by Denis Santry of Messrs Swan and Macleran, an architecture firm in Singapore

Friday, September 17, 2010

Sibu Lantern Festival 2010

The Sibu Lantern festival is back and the street Sibu town is again decorate with 13,000 colourful lanterns of different shapes and sizes during the Second Sibu Lantern Festival.

The lantern start from Island Road to Sibu Town Square Phase One and Phase Two.

The centre of attraction for this year’s festivities a giant lantern designed with a 1Malaysia logo measuring 12m by 7m wide is slowly taking shape. Located at Sibu Town Square Phase One, it will be the tallest and biggest in the country.

Colourful lanterns display during the night.

It was one the biggest lantern display held
in Sibu this year.
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