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All in the Fun of Recruitment

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

Put around 100 bricks in some particular order in a closed room with an open window. Then send a few candidates into the room and close it from outside. Leave them alone and let them think. Come back a few hours later and analyze the situation:

If they are counting and recounting the number of bricks,

If they have messed up the whole place with the bricks,

If they are arranging the bricks in some other order,

If they are throwing the bricks at each other,

If they are sleeping,

If they have broken the bricks into pieces,

If they are sitting idle,

If they have thrown the bricks out of the window,

If they are clinging onto the bricks,

If they say they have tried different combinations, yet not a brick has moved,

If they have already left for the day,

If they are staring out of the window,

If they are talking to each other and not a brick has moved,

Disclaimer: This is just for fun! No offence.

Momoberry, Los Angeles

Wednesday, June 27th, 2007


Sanrio forever! The first high-end Sanrio boutique is located at Beverly Centre Mall in Los Angeles and it is called Momoberry. I want to visit Momoberry! Not that there isnt any Sanrio boutique here but I am just afraid that ours might be suffering from high-end deficiency.  Anyway, in Momoberry, you can find accessories, clothing, fragrances, and many other products that are endorsed by Sanrio characters. The above picture shows the boutique in Los Angeles, and the following picture shows a bottle of Momoberry perfume.


I love the design of the bottle. Simple, yet eye-catching. I think it has to do with the cat on the cap. Who’s that? Aye, I am going out of topic. Actually I only wanted to say that Sanrio has job openings and Momoberry is hiring sales associates!

Will they consider hiring me since I have a Sanriotown blog?

Let’s Wii

Monday, June 25th, 2007

Wii is a video game console released by Nintendo. Along with Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s Playstation 3, Wii is classified as a seventh generation gaming system. Wii consists of a wireless controller which is used as a handheld pointing device and can detect motion and rotation in three dimensions.


I played Wii over the last weekend and it was amazingly cool. My friend bought the Japanese set and everything was in Japanese. Hello Kitty, where were you when we needed you!? Knowing close to zero Japanese, the setup was done with a serious overdose of trial and error but it is worth every effort. We only have Wii Sports and the games in that package are really entertaining. My friend was sweating so much from just playing Wii Boxing. Wii Golf, Wii Bowling and Wii Baseball are fun too and I love Wii Tennis big time. I was even under the impression that my tennis skills have improved after playing ten minutes of Wii Tennis.

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Ajitei’s Japanese Desserts

Sunday, June 24th, 2007


At Ajitei, you can find authentic Kyoto desserts. Macha Sundae Anmitsu is one of them. It is green tea ice-cream with jelly and some other sweet stuff. I dont know about you but I thought green tea ice-cream tasted really funny the first time I had it but I have kind of gotten used to it now. I still prefer chocolate ice-cream anytime though. Hey, anyone tried Wasabi ice-cream before? That one is really and I mean REALLY classic. I really thought they should stop trying after having my first and last wasabi ice-cream. I mean, what’s next? Salmon ice-cream. Aww.


Another Japanese-styled dessert from Ajitei is the Red Bean Paste. I really like this one and that is probably because I am a long-term fan of red bean paste. :)

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My Loves - Yes, plural

Friday, June 22nd, 2007

                                                         Stamford Raffles

                                                                   Heart You

I just read that Stamford Raffles owed the British East India Company twenty-two thousand pounds sterling. But I still like his sideburn.

A Perth Experience

Wednesday, June 20th, 2007









I was going through some old photos again and I saw my Perth photos. I was in Perth about two years ago. It was during September and I remember that the weather was still a bit cold and rainy but everything else was nice. Actually, the cold and rainy part was also nice. It was not winter cold but just cold and I love walking along the streets with a cup of hot coffee when it wasnt raining and having a fat sandwich when I felt like having one. They have nice sandwiches. :) The rain was quite unpredictable and when it rained, I just let my hair and feet go wet. It was fun. Okay, it is fun if you are not heading for school or work.

The first picture was taken somewhere near Miss Maud Swedish Hotel , the hotel which I was staying in. I had Smorgasbord breakfast at the hotel cafe every morning and it was just pure great. The second picture was taken at Kings Park and Botanic Garden overlooking the city of Perth. The third and fourth pictures were taken at some bay. The fifth picture was taken at Pinnacles Desert and the building in the sixth picture looks like a church. The person in the seventh picture is me stroking an albino kangaroo at Caversham Wildlife Park, and I am sure you know the character in the last picture. The last picture was taken at home! You didnt think I took him to Perth, did you? As much as he wanted to join!

Elmo: *Bleah*

Sick Humour

Tuesday, June 19th, 2007

I feel sick and asthmatic. :( I miss my good lungs, or rather my lungs at good times. I am so glad someone has agreed to cover my duties today and I “love” that someone. Why isnt everybody as nice as him? I was feeling so lousy yesterday, and I helped another someone to do something after working hours and not even a thanks from him, and we are supposed to be closer than me to the first someone. Sigh, maybe there is nothing. Maybe I am just feeling sick and grumpy now. Anyway, if these are not my lungs, it would have been funnier. The thing is, at times when I breathe, I can hear my lungs making melodic noise and when I talk, sometimes there’s no voice. Okay, I think you have been quite distracted by the animated picture. I was reading a forum and I saw this. It reminds me of what is happening in my head right now. Bad headache. :(


Rap a Physics Lesson

Monday, June 18th, 2007

Aye, why didnt my physics teacher do this in class?

The Night Safari

Sunday, June 17th, 2007


Talk about the world’s first noctural zoo and we have the Night Safari. It is only open at night and the animals are made visible by lighting that is brighter than moonlight but dim enough not to disturb the noctural behaviours of the animals.

nightsafari1.JPGThe animals of the Night Safari come from South America and other parts of Asia. They are not caged but rather, they are placed in enclosures which are supposed to simulate their native habitat. The animals are separated from visitors by natural barriers like grille metal sheets with wide gaps.

I was there a few nights ago and it was my very first time there. I love the cool breeze, the absence of sunlight and the quietness of the place. As it was dark and flash from cameras is not allowed, I did not take pictures of anything except for this cute little…

nightsafari2.JPG …zebra.

Interviewed by Raein

Friday, June 15th, 2007

The truth can set you free. What is the price of freedom?

1. The world suddenly turned evil and any evil deed done will be forgotten the next day. What would you do? I would just be myself. For I am evil.

2. Your family decides to marry you off to someone you don’t know - he’s hot. What would you do? I will marry him. Because he is hot.

3. Superman and superbong fight. How did superbong win? I went to his rescue. Even though he didnt get me anything from Gift Gate.

4. Sanriotown characters come to life. How will you be able to marry Dear Daniel? I will tell him that I am hotter than Hello Kitty. Seeing is believing. He must not see me.

5. There’s a pony in your front door and your dad says you can’t keep him. What are you going to do? I will give Dad the saddest look. That usually works.

For bloggers who want to spread this meme, here are the rules:

1. Leave me a comment saying “Interview me.”
2. I will respond by giving you five questions. I get to pick the questions.
3. You will update your blog with the answers to the questions.
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the same post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.