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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Carling Cup showdown

Carling Cup Final at Wembley Stadium tomorrow. Kick-off time 1500GMT (11pm Malaysia time). Live coverage on Astro SuperSport (811).

Red-hot favourites Manchester will face holders Tottenham is what promises to be an intriguing Carling cup final.

What are my cup final predictions?
For me, with players like Vidic, Ferdinand and Evans you have 3 outstanding centre-halves. And United also have a world-class keeper Van Der Sar. With this combination has helped United becomes a very difficult team to score against this season.

United feature in Carling Cup final for 6 time and they won 2 of the final on 1992 and 2006. They become runner-up on 1983, 1991, 1994 and 2003.

It'll be interesting to see how Sir Alex goes about picking the team to play Spurs. With young midfielder Darron Gibson and striker Danny Welbeck as starting XI. Sir Alex want to win the cup so there will be experience on the pitch and big hitter on the bench.

Holders Spurs have got worries elsewhere they're still in the precarious position in the league. Survival is the be all and end all for them so if they had the choice of winning on Sunday or staying in the Premier League, I know which one their fan would choose.

Harry Redknapp has a tough task ahead of him. He got a limited squad he can pick from because a few of the big names are cup-tied. Among them are Robbie Keane, Wilson Palacios, Pascal Chimbonda and Carlo Cudicini. Fraizer Campbell cannot play because he's on load from United. That just leave Darren Bent and Roman Pavlyuchenko to try break down the United defence. Harry may chooses to play 4-5-1 and leave Bent on the bench with Pavlyuchenko as main target man.

United will be outstanding favourites. They've got a great squad and have an superb season so far.


Wednesday, February 25, 2009

The Richest Malaysians

’m sure there’re many names that are stranger to you. Can’t blame you because people will only know the top-3, at most the top-10 but top-40 *scratching head*? Also made it to the top-40 is a royalty who is the daughter to a Sultan. See if you could spot her:
1. Robert Kuok - $10 billion (Kuok Empire, Shangri La, Wilmer International etc)
2. Ananda Krishnan - $7.2 billion (Maxis, Astro)
3. Lee Shin Cheng - $5.5 billion (IOI Group)
4. Teh Hong Piow - $3.5 billion (Public Bank)
5. Lee Kim Hua & family - $3.4 billion (Genting Berhad, widow of late Lim Goh Tong)
6. Quek Leng Chan - $2.4 billion (Hong Leong Group, Guoco Group)
7. Yeoh Tiong Lay & family - $2.1 billion (YTL Corp)
8. Syed Mokhtar AlBukhary - $1.8 billion (MMC, Johor Port , Malakoff)
9. Vincent Tan - $1.3 billion (Berjaya Group)
10. Tiong Hiew King - $1.1 billion (Rimbunan Hijau)
11. Azman Hashim - $700 million (AmCorp Group, formerly Arab-Malaysia)
12. William H. J. Cheng - $660 million (Lion Group, Parkson)
13. Lee Swee Eng - $495 million (KNM Group)
14. Ong Beng Seng - $470 million (Hotel Properties Ltd, Natsteel)
15. Lim Kok Thay - $345 million (son of late Lim Goh Tong, Genting Berhad)
16. Vinod Sekhar - $320 million (Petra Group, known for its Green Rubber Global)
17. Lee Oi Hian - $300 million (Kuala Lumpur Kepong or KLK)
18. Yaw Teck Seng - $295 million (Samling Group)
19. Anthony Fernandes - $290 million (AirAsia, Tune Hotels)
20. Mokhzani Mahathir - $285 million (Kencana, authorized Porsche importer son of former permier Mahathir)
21. Kamarudin Meranun - $280 million (AirAsia, Tune Hotels, Tony Fernandes’s lover *grin*)
22. Jeffrey Cheah - $275 million (Sunway Group)
23. Lee Hau Hian - $250 million (Batu Kawan, KLK, brother of Lee Oi Hian)
24. Chong Chook Yew - $245 million (Selangor Properties, widow – son is MD now)
25. Yaw Chee Ming - $240 million (Samling Group, son of Yaw Teck Seng)
26. G. Gnanalingam - $230 million (Westports Malaysia )
27. Lim Wee Chai - $200 million (Top Glove, world’s largest rubber gloves manafacturer)
28. Kua Sian Kooi - $195 million (Kurnia Asia, insurance)
29. Lau Cho Kun - $185 million (Malaysian Mosaic)
30. Abdul Hamed Sepawi - $180 million (Ta Ann, timber conglomerate)
31. David Law Tien Seng - $165 million (Australian iron ore MidWest , T.S. Law Holdings)
32. Tiah Thee Kian - $163 million (TA Enterprise)
33. Liew Kee Sin - $160 million (SP Setia)
34. Ahmayuddin bin Ahmad - $155 million (Westports Malaysia )
35. Eleena Azlan Shah - $150 million (Gamuda – largest individual shareholder)
36. Lin Yun Ling - $145 million (Gamuda – founder and MD)
37. Ong Leong Huat - $130 million (OSk Group)
38. Lim Thian Kiat - $115 million (former head of Multi-Purpose)
39. Khoo Kay Peng - $110 million ( MUI , U.K. retailer Laura Ashley)
40. Nazir Razak - $100 million (Bumiputra Commerce Holdings, brother of deputy PM)

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

A 8 years old boy pawned me.......

8 year old guitar Virtuoso.

This is back then...

Now he is 11 years old... he become even better....


Saturday, February 21, 2009

Khalil Fong - Love Song

我寫了這首歌 是一首簡單歌
wo xie le zhe shou gē shi yi shou jian dan gē
bu fu za ye bu nan chang di na yi zhong gē
這不是 那種 只剩下那鋼琴的歌
zhe bu shi na zhong je shing xia na gang qin di gē
也不是 那種 不能只是朋友的歌
ye bu shi na zhong bu neng zhi shi peng yǒu di gē
這不是 那種 兩個人的故事寫在一本小說 
zhe bu shi na zhong liǎng gè rén di gǔ shì xiě zài yi běn xiǎo shuō
na xiǎo shuō lǐ yǒu shuí zài hua tian shuō fan di cuò
這就是 一首寫給你聽的一個
zhe jiù shi yi shou xie gei ni ting di yi gè

Love Song 一直想寫一首 
Love song yi zhi xiang xie yi shou
Love Song 你給了我一首 
Love song ni gei le wo yi shou
Love Song 那DJ會播放 
Love song na DJ hui bò fang
zhe ye xǔ hui shang bǎng
bu guò wo zhi chu yi shou

Love Song 一直想寫一首 
Love song yi zhi xiang xie yi shou
Love Song 你給了我一首 
Love song ni gei le wo yi shou
(Love Song) 你就像那夏天的涼風 
(Love song) ni jiù xiang na xia tian di liang feng
吹過我的面孔 情翔飛 
chui guò wo di mian kong qing xiang fei
在我心底  你就是 我的第一 (yeah) 想說愛你
zài wo xin de ni jiu shi wo di dì yi (yeah) xiang shuō ai ni

如果你是一幅畫 你會是最珍貴的一幅畫 
rú guǒ ni shì yi fú hua ni huì shì zuì zhēn guì di fú hua
rú guǒ na hua jiā shì fàn gāo di hwa
有何貴人前來有錢花 個個向你求嫁 
yǒu hé guì rén qián lái yǒu jiǎn huā gè gè xiàng ni qiú jia
梵高他說 你們都該回家
fan gao ta shuo ni men dū gāi huí jia

如果你是Melody 就是最動聽 
rú guǒ ni shi melody jiù shi zuì dòng ting
suǒ yǒu di rén dū hui gen zháo yi qi chàng
就算在夜晚 你的星太亮
jiù suàn zài yè wǎn ni di xīng tài liàng
讓我忘了月亮代表我的 Love Song
ràng wo wàng le yuè liàng dài biǎo wo di~ (love~)

(Love Song) 你給了我一首
(Love song) ni gei le wo yi shou
Love Song 那DJ會播放
Love song na DJ hui bò fang
zhe ye xǔ hui shang bǎng
bu guò wo zhi chu yi shou

Friday, February 20, 2009

Hillsong - Chruch on Fire

The Holy Spirit is here and His power is real
Anything can happen and it probably will
Something very good something good is going on around here

There's a light that shines to make the dark disappear
A power at work but there's nothing to fear
Something very good something good is going on around here

This is a church on fire
This is the Holy Spirit flame
We have a burning desire
To lift up Jesus' name
Let the fire burn in every heart
To light the way, defeat the dark
Let the flame of love burn higher
This is a church
This is a church on fire

Lincoln Brewster - The Power of Your Name

Verse 1
Surely children weren't made for the streets
And Fathers were not made to leave
Surely this isn't how it should be
Let Your kingdom come

Verse 2
Surely nations were not made for war
Or the broken and due to be ignored
Surely this couldn't be what You saw
Let Your kingdom come
Here in my heart

And I will live to carry your compassion
To love a world that's broken
To be your hands and feet
And I will give with the life that I've been given
And go beyond religion to see the world be changed
By the power of Your Name
The power of Your Name

Verse 3
Surely life wasn't made to regret
And the lost were not made to forget
Surely faith without action is dead
Let Your Kingdom come
Lord break this heart

Jesus Your Name
Is a shelter for the hurting
Your Name
Is a refuge the weak
Only Your Name
Can take the undeserving
Jesus Your Name
Holds everything I need

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Interesting revelation abt growing up

On the first day, God created the dog and said: 'Sit all day by the door of your house and bark at anyone who comes in or walks past. For this, I will give you a life span of twenty years.'

The dog said: 'That's a long time to be barking. How about only ten years and I'll give you back the other ten?'

So God agreed.

On the second day, God created the monkey and said: 'Entertain people, do tricks, and make them laugh. For this, I'll give you a twenty-year life span.'

The monkey said: 'Monkey tricks for twenty years? That's a pretty long time to perform. How about I give you back ten like the Dog did?'

And God agreed.

On the third day, God created the cow and said: 'You must go into the field with the farmer all day long and suffer under the sun, have calves and give milk to support the farmer's family. For this, I will give you a life span of sixty years.'

The cow said: 'That's kind of a tough life you want me to live for sixty years. How about twenty and I'll give back the other forty?'

And God agreed again.

On the fourth day, God created man and said: 'Eat, sleep, play, marry and enjoy your life. For this, I'll give you twenty years.'

But man said: 'Only twenty yea rs? Could you possibly give me my twenty, the forty the cow gave back, the ten the monkey gave back, and the ten the dog gave back; that makes eighty, OK?'

'OK,' said God, 'You asked for it.'

So that is why for our first twenty years we eat, sleep, play and enjoy ourselves. For the next forty years we slave in the sun to support our family. For the next ten years we do monkey tricks to entertain the grandchildren. And for the last ten years we sit on the front porch and bark at everyone.

Life has now been explained to you.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Lincoln Brewster - God You Reign

You paint the night
you count the stars and call them by name
the skies proclaim
god you reign
your glory shines
you teach the sun when to bring a new day
creation sings god you reign

God you reign
god you reign
forever and ever
god you reign

You part the seas
you move the mountains with the words that you say
my song remains
god you reign
you hold my life
you know my heart and you call me by name
i live to say god you reign

hallelujah, hallelu

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

2009 NBA All-Star Game

The 2009 NBA All-Star Game was played on February 15, 2009 at US Airways Center in Phoenix, Arizona, home of the Phoenix Suns. The game was the 58th annual NBA All-Star Game. This was the third time Phoenix has hosted the basketball showcase, after previously hosting the 1975 and 1995 games. Commissioner David Stern made the announcement at a news conference on November 8, 2007 at US Airways Center. Toronto, New York, Oakland and Milwaukee reportedly were contenders for the 2009 contest.

The All-Star Game
February 15 Eastern Conference All-Stars 119, Western Conference All-Stars 146

Eastern Conference

Allen Iverson
Dwyane Wade
LeBron James
Kevin Garnett
Dwight Howard

Jameer Nelson
Devin Harris
Mo Williams
Paul Pierce
Rashard Lewis
Chris Bosh
Danny Granger
Ray Allen
Joe Johnson

Western Conference

Chris Paul
Kobe Bryant
Amaré Stoudemire
Tim Duncan
Yao Ming

Tony Parker
Chauncey Billups
Brandon Roy
David West
Dirk Nowitzki
Paul Gasol
Shaquille O'Neal

Eastern Conference
Cleveland Cavaliers coach Mike Brown

Western Conference
Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson

Sprite Slam Dunk Contest

Winner: Nate Robinson

Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout

Winner: Daequan Cook

PlayStation Skills Challenge

Winner: Derrick Rose

Sunday, February 15, 2009


It's harder than it looks! Copy to your own note, erase my answers, enter yours, and tag twenty people.
Use the first letter of your name to answer each of the following questions. They have to be real...nothing made up! If the person before you had the same first initial, you must use different answers. You cannot use any word twice and you can't use your name for the boy/girl name question.

1. What is your name : Joey

2. A four Letter Word : Jazz

3. A boy's Name : John

4. A girl's Name : Jolin

5. An occupation : Journalist

6. A color : Jade green

7. Something you'll wear : Jean

9. A food : Jelly

10. Something found in the bathroom: Johnson & Johnson Body Wash

11. A place : Jusco

12. A reason for being late : Jetlag

13. Something you'd shout : Just Don't Kill Me!!!!

14. A movie title : Jurassic park

15. Something you drink : Jack Daniel

16. A musical group : Jackson 5

17. An animal : Jellyfish

18. A street name : Jalan Raja Uda, Butterworth

19. A type of car : Jaguar

20. The title of a song : Jesus is Alive, Hillsong

Not Bad!!!!

Friday, February 13, 2009

I'm Not Ashamed

Hillsong (Savior King Album)

Hillsong London (Hail To The King Album)

When You found me
My whole world changed
I'm redeemed by Your life
Let the earth see
You are freedom
You turned my darkness to light

You welcomed me in
With open arms
Into unending life

I'm not ashamed of the gospel Lord
Your power and Your love
That saved my soul
Now I'm alive in You
I live in the risen son

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Gary Chow & Fish Leong PK

歌手名称:梁靜茹&曹格 - PK
Singer:Fish (Jasmine) Leong& Gary Cao Ge
专集名称:幸福的抉择 I do
Album:Xing Fu De Jue Ze I do

格: 你有坚持的事情
G: ni you jian chi de shi qing
wo ye you wo de ge xing
这次不让你 call我兄弟飙歌去
zhe ci bu rang ni call wo xiong di biao ge qu
茹: 跟两个人有关系
F: gen liang ge ren you guan xi
ni que yi ge ren jue ding
情绪谷底 约好姊妹喝香槟
qing xu gu di yue hao zi mei he xiang bin

格: 最恨别人对我不相信
G: zui hen bie ren dui wo bu xiang xin
茹: 我向往的亲密是一起做决定
F: wo xiang wang de qin mi shi yi qi zuo jue ding
格: 干涉太多是囚禁
G: gan she tai duo shi qiu jin
茹: 沟通太少是疏离
F: gou tong tai shao shi shu li
合: 爱有千百万种定义
F&G: ai you qian bai wan zhong ding yi

茹: 三天不联络 和解要被动
F: san tian bu lian luo he jie yao bei dong
格: 不谈对错 假装没冷战过
G: bu tan dui cuo jia zhuang mei leng zhan guo
合: 想在爱里当主key 要抢到麦克风
F&G: xiang zai ai li dang zhu key yao qiang dao mai ke feng
茹: 三天泪狂流 残局你来收
F: san tian lei kuang liu can ju ni lai shou
格: 虽然心疼 不能摊手低头
G: sui ran xin teng bu neng tan shou di tou
合: 心思拉扯中 PK寂寞
F&G: xin si la che zhong PK ji mo

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

January 2009 transfer window in EPL

As of 2 February 2009

Andrei Arshavin (£15m initially, Zenit St. Petersburg)

Jay Simpson (loan, West Brom)
Gavin Hoyte (loan, Watford)
Paul Rodgers (loan, Northampton)
Rui Fonte (loan, Crystal Palace)
Henri Lansbury (loan, Scunthorpe)

Aston Villa
Emile Heskey (£3.5m, Wigan)

Sam Williams (loan, Walsall)

Blackburn Rovers
Gael Givet (loan, Marseille)
El-Hadji Diouf (£2m, Sunderland)

Eddie Nolan (undisclosed, Preston)
Sergio Peter (undisclosed, Sparta Prague)
Frank Fielding (loan, Rochdale)
Jamie Clarke (free, Rotherham)

Bolton Wanderers
Sebastien Puygrenier (loan, Zenit St. Petersburg)
Ariza Makukula (loan, Benfica)
Mark Davies (£1m, Wolves)

Heidar Helguson (undisclosed, QPR)
Kevin Nolan (£4.5m, Newcastle)

Michael Mancienne (loan return, Wolves)
Gokhan Tore (undisclosed, Bayer Leverkusen)
Ricardo Quaresma (loan, Inter Milan)

Jack Cork (loan, Watford)
Wayne Bridge (undisclosed, Manchester City)
Ben Sahar (loan, De Graafschap)
Scott Sinclair (loan, Birmingham)
Carlo Cudicini (free, Tottenham)
Lee Sawyer (loan, Coventry)
Carl Magnay (loan, MK Dons)

Troy Archibald-Herville (loan, Tottenham)
Jo (loan, Manchester City)

Lee Molyneux (free, Southampton)
John Ruddy (loan, Crewe)

Lee Molyneux (free, Southampton)
John Ruddy (loan, Crewe)

T.J. Moncur (free, Wycombe)
Hameur Bouazza (loan, Birmingham)
Seol Ki-Hyeon (loan, Al-Hilal)
Jimmy Bullard (£5m, Hull)
Leon Andreasen (loan, Hannover 96)
Andranik Teymourian (loan, Barnsley)
Adrian Leijer (loan, Norwich)

Hull City
Kevin Kilbane (undisclosed, Wigan)
Manucho (loan, Manchester United)
Jimmy Bullard (£5m, Fulham)
Kamil Zayatte (£2.5m, Young Boys)

Dean Windass (loan, Oldham)
Wayne Brown (loan, Leicester)


Jermaine Pennant (loan, Portsmouth)
Craig Lindfield (loan, Accrington Stanley)
Krisztian Nemeth (loan, Blackpool)
Robbie Keane (£12m, Tottenham)
Adam Hammill (loan, Barnsley)
Peter Gulacsi (loan, Hereford)

Manchester City
Wayne Bridge (undisclosed, Chelsea)
Craig Bellamy (£14m, West Ham)
Nigel de Jong (£17m, Hamburg SV)
Shay Given (£6m, Newcastle)

Sam Williamson (loan, Wrexham)
Javan Vidal (loan, Aberdeen)
Paul Marshall (loan, Blackpool)
Tal Ben Haim (loan, Sunderland)
Jo (loan, Everton)

Manchester United
Zoran Tosic (undisclosed, Partizan Belgrade)
Adem Ljajic (undisclosed, Partizan Belgrade)
Richie De Laet (undisclosed, Stoke City)

David Gray (loan, Plymouth)
Adem Ljajic (loan, Partizan Belgrade)
Sam Hewson (loan, Hereford)
Manucho (loan, Hull)
Tom Cleverley (loan, Leicester)
James Chester (loan, Peterborough)

Marlon King (loan, Wigan)

Seb Hines (loan, Derby)
Jonathan Grounds (loan, Norwich City)
Graeme Owens (loan, Blackpool)
Tom Craddock (£80k, Luton)

Newcastle United
Kevin Nolan (£4.5m, Bolton)
Ryan Taylor (undisclosed, Wigan)

Shay Given (£6m, Manchester City)
Charles N’Zogbia (£6m, Wigan)

Nadir Belhadj (£4.4m, Lens)
Jermaine Pennant (loan, Liverpool)
Hayden Mullins (£2m, West Ham)
Pele (loan, Porto)
Angelos Basinas (undisclosed, AEK Athens)
Theofanis Gekas (loan, Bayer Leverkusen)

Lassana Diarra (£20m, Real Madrid)
Jermain Defoe (£15m, Tottenham)
Khaleem Hyland (loan, Zuite Waregem)

Stoke City
Matthew Etherington (£2m, West Ham)
James Beattie (£3.75m, Sheffield United)
Henri Camara (loan, Wigan)

Richie De Laet (undisclosed, Manchester United)
Nathaniel Wedderburn (loan, Notts County)
Tom Soares (loan, Charlton)
Carl Dickinson (loan, Leeds)
Ryan Shotton (loan, Tranmere)
Lewis Buxton (small fee, Sheffield Wednesday)

Calum Davenport (loan, West Ham)
Tal Ben Haim (loan, Manchester City)

Roy O’Donovan (loan, Blackpool)
Graham Kavanagh (free, Carlisle)
Liam Miller (loan, QPR)
Pascal Chimbonda (£2.5m, Tottenham)
El-Hadji Diouf (£2m, Blackburn)
Michael Chopra (loan, Cardiff)

Jermain Defoe (£15m, Portsmouth)
Wilson Palacios (£12m, Wigan)
Pascal Chimbonda (£2.5m, Sunderland)
Carlo Cudicini (free, Chelsea)
Robbie Keane (£12m, Liverpool)

Paul Staltieri (free, Borussia Monchengladbach)
Kevin-Prince Boateng (loan, Borussia Dortmund)
David Button (loan, Bournemouth)
Tony Archibald-Herville (loan, Everton)
Cesar Sanchez (undisclosed, Valencia)
Hossam Ghaly (undisclosed, Nassr Saudi Club)
Tomas Pekhart (loan, Sparta Prague)

West brom
Jay Simpson (loan, Arsenal)
Marc-Antoine Fortune (loan, Nancy)
Youssouf Mulumbu (loan, PSG)
Juan Carlos Menseguez (loan, San Lorenzo)

Joss Labadie (loan, Shrewsbury)
Lee Baker (loan, Kidderminster)
Sherjill MacDonald (loan, Roeselare)

West Ham
Savio Nsereko (£10m, Brescia)
Radoslav Kovac (loan, Spartak Moscow)

Joe Widdowson (loan, Grimsby)
Matthew Etherington (£2m, Stoke City)
Lee Bowyer (loan, Birmingham)
Kyel Reid (loan, Wolves)
Craig Bellamy (£14m, Manchester City)
Hayden Mullins (£2m, Portsmouth)
Julien Faubert (loan, Real Madrid)
Calum Davenport (loan, Sunderland)

Hugo Rodallega (£4.5m, Necaxa)
Ben Watson (£2m, Crystal Palace)
Charles N’Zogbia (£6m, Newcastle)

Lewis Montrose (loan, Cheltenham)
Luke Ashworth (free, Leyton Orient)
Kevin Kilbane (undisclosed, Hull)
Wilson Palacios (£12m, Tottenham)
Marlon King (loan, Wigan)
Emile Heskey (£3.5m, Aston Villa)
Ryan Taylor (undisclosed, Newcastle)
Henri Camara (loan, Stoke)

Monday, February 2, 2009

Rafael Nadal Australian Open Champion

World No.1 Rafael Nadal has confirmed his place at the pinnacle of men’s tennis following a classic five-set victory over world No. 2 Roger Federer in the Australian Open 2009 final.

It was a battle worthy of a major final, and the world’s top two players put on a memorable performance before the Spaniard triumphed 7-5 3-6 7-6(3) 3-6 6-2 after four hours and 23 minutes on court.

It is the third time in the last four Grand Slam events that Nadal and Federer have played the championship match, and again it was Nadal who emerged superior, winning his first Australian Open title.

Quick facts

For the match, Federer won 174 points to Nadal’s 173

Nadal served at 64 per cent for the match; Federer’s first serve percentage was just 52

Federer had 71 winners and 64 unforced errors, while Nadal had 50 winners and 41 unforced errors

Nadal won 27 points to 16 in the final set, which was the shortest of the match at 34 minutes

Taken from