Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Chinese New Year + Shaolin

Posted by Norazo at 6:54 PM
Hallo... my first entry for February 2011! Actually i have lot to tell... lot to share but i just didn't know where to start and what to start .. what am i bluffing..

Back to the title above, i just came back from watching Shaolin star Andy Lau, Nicholas Tse and Jackie Chan plus many other actor.. The movie was OK and i enjoy it plus i CRIED.. sob sob! The fighting scene was great and bloods everywhere... and the storyline was funny too :). So people, buy the ticket and watch the movie. I tell you it worth watching it.

Shaolin's Poster

When it come to martial arts movies, nobody can beat Hong Kong production even Hollywood. In short nobody can beat Chinese maybe cause they have kung fu as one of their martial arts and it's famous worldwide! how sweet. Even my brother jokingly want to go to Shaolin learn kung fu!

Tommorow is a Chinese New Year and this year is the year of a rabbit. According to Chinese Zodiac, The Rabbit is a lucky sign. Rabbits are private individuals and a bit introverted. People born in the Year of the Rabbit are reasonably friendly individuals who enjoy the company of a group of good friends. They are good teachers, counselors and communicators, but also need their own space. So what year are you born? me Rat!

Yesterday me and my brother went shopping at Giant and we got 2 angpow packets. Plus my housemate's, we have 4 packets and we plan to stick the packet on our wall tonight (pretending we're celebrating CNY) bwahahaha.. and here goes the pictures:

our CNY wall ;p

Wishing you prosperity, and may everything works out as you wished

happy new year

lunatics celebrating CNY wawawa

lion @Alamanda and not in our house of course

Have a Happy Chinese New Year to all Chinese and to Jay Chou @ Kato.. Gong Xi Fa Cai, Wan Shi Ru Yi .. why Jay Chou?? cause i fall in love to him after watching The Green Hornet ;p

the scene where he checking on Cameron Diaz "Pervert"



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