“Lo Hei” is a tradition prevalent in Malaysia and Singapore during Chinese new year. A group of people tossed the dish “yu sheng” as high in the air as they could, while screaming auspicious words and hope their wishes will come true. In the toss and turn, the dish turns from neat to messy, and then gets eaten by the diners.
Immersed in a strange but festive tradition that brings on the fun and the joy with my Samsung Galaxy note.
The year of the boar is here and the lion is out to protect it. So I’m sure it’ll be a good year ahead.
Capturing safety with the lion using my Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Darwin said men evolved from apes. Looking at this melancholic mammal, you can’t help but notice its uncanny resemblance to humans.
My country turns 53 today. It has progressed from being a village to a Taipei-equivalent city in 53 years. What will we become when we celebrate our first century?
A friend’s generous heart and fantastic skills resulted in this cute cake for my girl’s birthday.
Feel so blessed for her friendship.
Most gardeners I know grow flowers because they are beautiful.
But my neighbor kept hideous looking flowers. They looked like crumpled paper with brown spots.
“The uglier, the better! he said. Fascinating.
Roses are red, so are hibiscus. Imagine the delight of discovering not one, but two hibiscus colors which I’ve never seen before!
The Japanese believe in enjoying ingredients in its raw fresh form. This seafood don has no seasoning, just plain old goodness of the ocean.
And we found it not in a fancy upmarket restaurant, but a small shop tucked in a corner after a long street of restaurants catered for tourists in Otaru, Hokkaido. Following the local scent led us here and this policy has not failed us once again.
Shell food from the the market to the charcoal grill, and everything just pops out deliciously.