March 31, 2011

A smashing 70’s fun at bank’s annual dinner party


It was a night of fun and entertainment for more than 1,500 bank employees who attended the annual dinner party hosted by a local bank on Saturday 26th March 2011 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC).

The theme for the night was 70’s, which saw employees from the central region all dressed up in their most stylish 70’s outfits and enjoyed themselves to the good food and dazzling performances by bank staff and local artistes who included pop/rock singer-songwriter Faizal Tahir and 70s pop singer M. Daud Kilau.

There were also contests for best dressed 70’s male and female and lucky draws with many attractive prizes.

Now, let’s have a look at the people who dressed up colourfully at the event. Kudos to all of them.



Ready to party: Fellow employees dressed up in their favourite 70's outfits.


All dressed up: These people were so much fun with their stylish outfits and multi-coloured wigs.


OMG! What fun they are having!


Everyone literally let their hair down to enjoy the fun.


Looking groovy and ready to party.


It is back to the 70's with all of its glory!


Bright and flashy outfits from these men.


The ladies enjoyed themselves as they dressed in 70's outfits.

Really these ladies with their pretty faces and stylish outfits catch your eyes.


Simply gorgeous and lovely!


Entertaining: Dancers gyrate to the hot music blasted from the speakers.

March 25, 2011

Snake found under car caught in SS2, Petaling Jaya


A 12-foot python snake found under a car parked in Jalan SS2/24 in Petaling Jaya was caught by a snake catcher on Saturday 19th March 2011.

The residents of SS2 in Petaling Jaya were shocked when they saw the python slithered under a Perodua Myvi car parked near the Eng Seng Hin (ESH) electrical appliances shop about 2 pm.

Firemen from the Fire and Rescue Station (Balai Boma dan Penyelamat) rushed to the scene after receiving a distress call.

They used all means, including spraying Ridsect aerosol but were unable to dislodge the snake which was found stuck under the car wheels. Even sulphur powder was tossed underneath the car by a good Samaritan but that too didn’t work.

A big crowd of few hundreds gathered to watch the drama causing a traffic jam along the busy Jalan SS2/24.

After two hours, the firemen and members of the public who assisted were still unable to remove the snake.

The car owner hopped into his car and drove off to a short distance in Jalan SS2/30 with the snake still in the car and followed closely behind by firemen in their vehicle.

He parked his vehicle by the side of the road hoping the reptile would slither out but it didn’t. It was not sure if the firemen gave up but they left the scene with the snake still in the car!

A “snake king” (snake catcher) who saw the incident offered to dislodge the snake for free but on condition he took home the catch. It was a deal done.

Meanwhile the SS2B Rukun Tetangga chairperson Lee Kwee Cheng arrived and she immediately contacted the relevant authorities including the police and bomba who arrived shortly.

The police controlled the crowd and traffic flow.

The ‘snake king’ was allowed to finish his job. He lit a small pot containing powder, believed to be sulphur or wood dust from joss stick, went under the car and smoked the snake out of hiding.

About ten minutes later and some wrangled, the snake lost its hold on the car and the ‘snake king’ successfully pulled the snake out with all his strength. He put the snake into a canvas bag, tied it tightly and placed it on the front carriage of his motorcycle before he sped off.

It is believed that the snake is worth about RM800 in the market. Some people believe that snake soup, snake meat and snake blood have a number of good effects on the body, especially good for libido.

Now comes the mind-boggling question – How did such a large snake get into SS2? It is unimaginable.

Experts believe that the snake is either caught elsewhere or simply a pet that got loose since SS2 is a bustling commercial area and has no forest nearby.

Thanks for reading.


"There's a snake under the car."

The snake is caught at last! There is nothing to worry about.


Well, I would not want to be that close to that.
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The snake measuring about 12 feet long.


It could be the biggest snake caught in SS2, Petaling Jaya.


So you think you are not afraid of snakes?


The snake is placed inside a canvas bag.


Its safe in the bag now.


The Perodua Myvi car owner's ordeal came to an end when the snake was finally caught.


Earlier ... the scenes at Jalan SS2/24.


A large crowd gathered to catch a glimpse of the snake that slithered and got stuck under the car parked at Jalan SS2/24.


The Perodua Myvi car getting all the attention.


Firemen trying to loosen the snake's hold on the car.


Firemen working to free the snake that got stuck under the car.


Firemen tried all means, including jacking up the car to free the snake.


A member of the public helping firemen to dislodge the snake.


Firemen tried to flush the snake out by spraying Ridsect aerosol but that didn’t work.


A firemen holding the tail end of the snake while the car was being driven away to nearby Jalan SS2/30.


Later...the scenes at Jalan SS2/30.

The snake carcher (right) crawls underneath the car to free the snake.


A crowd gathered to watch the snake catcher at work.


The snake catcher caught hold of the snake's head ....

... and slowly pulled the snake out.




March 20, 2011

Supercars and GT 2011 queens thrill crowd at 1 Utama


JP Performance Motorsport Sdn Bhd (JPM), the organizer of the Malaysian round of the Super GT series launched the Super GT 2011, Round 3 at a private function held at Good Evening Bangkok restaurant in 1 Utama Shopping Centre, Petaling Jaya on Sunday, 20th March, 2011.

The Super GT 2011, Round 3 will take place at the Sepang International Circuit (SIC) from June 18 to 19.

The private launch is a preview to the public launch planned for April 16, 2011.

The Super GT 2011 will see the SIC being transformed into a carnival city filled with stalls and booths where fans will be able to eat, shop and play while experiencing the thrill of the adrenaline-pumping event.

Four beautiful GT Queens were also introduced to the guests and media present.

An awesome display of close to 100 supercars at the outdoor Central Park area attracted a large crowd who were kept busy, capturing images of the mighty supercars and the GT Queens in mesmerizing outfits with their cameras.

JPM is currently offering an early bird discounted price of RM88 per ticket (normal RM100 for two-day Grand Stand pass) for the Super GT in Sepang that can be conveniently purchased at all 7-11 outlets.

Enjoy the pictures of the event.




The Ferrari 458 Italia.


Ownership of the Ferrari 458 Italia starts from RM2 million.


A Porche 911 Carrera.


A row of red Ferraris.


A Lamborghini Gallardo just looks right from all sides.


An awesome display of the mighty supercars.


Large exhibit of all the top notch supercars.


Exotic supercars of various models and makes.


Behind these two lovely ladies is JPM founder JP Chin's Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4


Elaine Tan posing for the cameras.


JPM founder JP Chin delivers his welcome speech during the private launch of Super GT 2011.


Introducing the beautiful GT queens (from left) Yume, Nicole, Dona and Angelica.


The GT queens look great!


Simply gorgeous and lovely!


The GT queens posing outside Good Evening Bangkok restaurant in 1 Utama where the private launch of Super GT 2011 was held.


The GT queens spice things up.


The GT Queens striking a pose for the cameras.

March 17, 2011

St. Patrick’s Day Festival in Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur


The Guinness St Patrick’s Day Festival celebration at Changkat Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday 17th March 2011 brought the row of street alive with big bikes, street entertainers, roving buskers, costume players, Irish dance troupe, drum line performers and beautiful Guinness ambassadors who served pint after pint of the favourite black beer.

A turnout of over 3,000 excited party-goers and revellers, locals, expatriates and tourists packed the street donning quirky accessories like St. Patrick’s hats in green and black, green wigs and green glasses in celebration of the Irish festival which was held for the first time in this street well known for its buzzing joints and vibrant nightspots.

The festival began at 7.30 pm with a grand parade of all the performers led by riders riding their big bikes and make their way into Changkat Bukit Bintang. They were cheered by the enthusiastic crowd who has lined the street that was decorated with the traditional St. Patrick's Day decor of shamrocks and shades of green and feted in green balloons to brighten up the celebratory mood.

It was a fantastic night of celebration with the whole street coming alive with the crowd having a great time enjoying the foods and drinks and dancing with the sound of Irish music blasting from loud speakers.

St. Patrick's Day is celebrated every year on 17th March in honor of the patron saint of Ireland

Check out below the picture shots of the exciting St. Patrick’s Day Festival 2011 celebration in Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur.




St. Patrick's Day revellers take to the street in Changkat Bukit Bintang on Thursday, March 17, 2011.


It's a great atmosphere and everybody is having fun.


Fun and merrymaking: Revellers donning St. Patrick’s hat and green glasses.


Guinness Anchor Berhad (GAB) managing director Charles Ireland (right) in celebratory mood at the street festival.


Guinness Anchor Berhad (GAB) managing director Charles Ireland (right), marketing director Yap Swee Leng (centre) and other members celebrate and toast with beer. Cheers!!!


Mix FM radio deejay Serena C (right) is the emcee of the night. With her is Phat Fabes of FlyFm.


St. Patrick's Day offered the perfect excuse for a few slugs of the black brew.


Celebs and models were present at the St. Patrick's Day Festival celebration.


Sexy and beautiful celeb Emily Lim, star of 'The Seeds of Life" on NTV7.
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Here's a toast to St. Patrick's Day celebration.


"We are having a great time".


You can tell everyone is having a lot of fun.


Colourful members of the crowd enjoy the festivities.


A stylish and fun celebration at St. Patrick's Day Festival.


St. Patrick's Day Festival: Its all fun and excitement for everyone.


Its all fun and excitement for the pretty ladies.


These two ladies having a great time together.


A sexy St. Patrick's Day babe.
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A celebration of good friends and great brew.


Heaps of fun all night long at the street festival.


A bit o' cheer.


The lovely ladies are in a jovial mood and clearly enjoying themselves.


Tourists enjoying themselves and having a good time.


Meet the Guinness Stout mascot making its round at the St. Patirck's Day Festival in Changkat Bukit Bingtang, KL.


About 3,000 people attended the street party at Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur.


Changkat Bukit Bintang was the scene of heavy partying on Thursday 17th March 2011 as party goers indulged in the Guinness St Patrick’s Festival 2011.


Revellers joined in the energetic dance performed by Irish dance troupe.

Revellers enjoying all the dance and merriment.


The bikers on their big machines leading the street parade.


Bike beauties make heads turn as they moved ahead.

The roaring bikes making their way along Changkat Bukit Bintang.


The drum-line performers wowed the crowd with their fancy movements and rhythmic beats.


The high energy and entertaining drum-line group adds excitement and energy to the street party.


Buskers and street performers dressed in their colourful costumes entertain the crowd.


Colourful street performers keep the crowd entertained.


Anime costume players in action.


Beautiful Guinness ambassadors standing in a row ready to serve their guests pints of the favourable black brew throughout the night.


Pretty Guinness ambassadors a hit at St. Patrick's Day Festival celebration.


Pretty Guinness ambassadors spice up the street party.


Pretty and cordial ....


She is from Carlsberg ... nice smiling.
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