Archive | May, 2005

MaxOnline or MaxOffline??

23 May

MaxOffline caused by cut cable
IF YOU are a StarHub MaxOnline broadband Internet user who has had difficulty surfing the World Wide Web since Thursday morning, the answer lies deep beneath the sea.

StarHub’s corporate communications manager Eric Loh said: “Our round-the-clock Network Management Centre had detected some international network problems that morning.

“Investigations found that a third party submarine cable between Singapore and the Philippines had been accidentally cut, resulting in some of our MaxOnline — and other regional operators’ — customers facing slow access to international websites.”

However, Internet access to locally-hosted sites have not been affected.

All other StarHub services including mobile, IDD, digital cable and fixed network services are also functioning normally.

While StarHub was unable to provide a timeframe for the complete restoration of MaxOnline access, Mr Loh said StarHub engineers are “working round-the-clock to rectify the matter as soon as possible”.

“It takes time to re-route Internet traffic as it involves multiple parties,” said Mr Loh.

Some of the Internet traffic had already been re-routed to other cables yesterday, rectifying the slow access to international websites.

StarHub could not ascertain the number of customers affected by the cable cut but assures customers that this is a “rare occurrence” that they are striving to resolve. — Tor Ching Li

BBQ Pasir Ris

23 May


Enjoy the Sunset man..


 Tandori BBQ Chicken.. Yum Yum..


 Jay the Master of BBQ


 What this?? Starwars Mini?

Starhub oh Starhub

19 May

What the hell with SCV? It getting slower nowadays. It's suppose to be much more faster as they said they had increase the upload and download speed of the cable internet connetions!

I lost my 5 keys… it all because of the unwanted rain in the morning! What a bad day for me. Now i need to return one of the new key cause it can't open my gate-lock!

Siti Nurhaliza Singapore LIVE Concert 2005

19 May


Wondering how can the $350 tickets been SOLD OUT when the tickets will be only available on 25 May 2005? It's the X-treme front seat rows! Who booked it? Was it the Datok and Tuanku??

Don't really like the venue of the show at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. The Singapore Indoor Stadium is suitable for sport competitions only.

If you are at the East, you will be facing the audiences at the West! And the West audiences will be facing to you. You will have a neck pains after the show if you try to tilt your head to where the stage is. If you are at the North, the stage will be very far away.

For Balcony ($55) seating which is at the top level, your view will only limited to the Big Screen.

Not sure how the Arena seating will be. But the best seat should be the Premier areas which cost from $185 to $350.

Lastly, the rule : Camera with Flash, Video recording and Audio recording is not allowed for this event !

Which camera does not have a flash??? Handphone camera?


To Siti Nurhaliza fans: As Siti Nurhaliza will be having a concert in Singapore, we are inviting you to be a member of Siti Nurhaliza Fan-Club for this event. For more info, please click here.

We will be organising a chalet and BBQ at Sentosa Costa Sands after the show.

Happy Friday, the 13th!

13 May

Actually it's not a happy friday. It the end of my favourite Red Devil…
Red Football Limited had acquired 75,736,960 Manchester United Shares on 12 May 2005. To date, American tycoon Malcolm Glazer had acquired a total of 189,221,813 (71.8%) Manchester United Shares.

After 18 years at Old Trafford, we can say bye-bye to Sir Alex Ferguson.
After 13 years, I may need to say bye-bye to Man Utd!

What will happened to Man Utd then?
Will MU become debt-ridden club?
Will a mass BOYCOTT of games and money-spinning merchandise occurs?
Will we now join the MC fans?
Will we set up a NEW club?

Let's walk away from the club in order to wreck Glazer's plans!
Don't buy MU merchandise in a bid to hit revenue streams and prevent Glazer repaying his loans!

20-05-2005 : Another Special Day!
22-05-2005 : Vesak Day
23-05-2005 : Holiday!

Kuala Lumpur 2

12 May

1 Crown Princess
2 Ming Court Hotel
3 Vista Centra
4 Nikko
5 Micasa
6 Petronas Towers
7 Mandarin Oriental
8 Crown Regency
9 Radisson Plaza
10 Renaissance Hotel
11 New World Hotel
12 Concorde Hotel
13 Pacific Regency
14 Maple Suite
15 Holiday Inn on the Park
16 Equatorial
17 The Lodge
18 Mutiara (the former Hilton)
19 Istana Hotel
20 Fortuna
21 Regent
22 Corona Inn
23 Swiss Garden
24 Century Hotel
25 Emerald
26 Melia KL
27 Federal
28 Malaysia Hotel
29 Bukit Bintang Plaza (Shopping Complex)
30 Sungai Wang (Shopping Complex)
31 Lot 10 (Shopping Complex)
32 Fairlane Forum
33 Marriot
34 Ritz Carlton
35 Dorsett Regency
36 Pudu Prison Exhibition
37 Puduraya
38 Shangri-La Hotel

Hotel Nova – 16-22 Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Price from 142 Ringgit

Allson Genesis Hotel – 45, Tengkat Tong Shin, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Price from 130 Ringgit

Hotel Capitol – Jalan Bulan, Off Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Price from 184 Ringgit

Radius International Hotel – 51A Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur – Price from 180 Ringgit

The Royale Bintang Hotel – Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Price from 172 Ringgit


SWISS-INN, Kuala Lumpur 62, Jalan Sultan, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA – Family Triple Room – RM 130.00

Hotel China Town Inn – 52-54 Jalan Petaling 50000 Kuala Lumpur – Superior – RM 109.90

Hotel China Town 2 – 70-72 Jalan Petaling 50000 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia – Superior Double / Twin – RM 128.00

Hotel Furama – Kompleks Selangor, Jalan Sultan, 50000 Kuala Lumpur.

HOTEL MALAYA Kuala Lumpur – JUNIOR SUITE – 148.00

Kuala Lumpur

10 May