Nor Arifin DP Hj Ali Hashim aka RJ63 receiving his prizes from a representative of Mvision
Ketupat with a difference
Finally managed to present the cinema tickets and poster of Winning photo to Nor Arifin aka RJ63 yesterday at Empire cinema,congratulations again to RJ63. Meanwhile if you think you need some thing different for your ketupat like the ones above,it is for sale,thanks to some extra beads and some creativity,you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further info on the above ketupats,fyi inda dapat di bubuh baras ni ketupat semacam ah...heheheh
Saturday, September 29, 2007
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Friday, September 28, 2007
Now that Hari Raya is just 2 weeks away,every household in brunei is busy making cakes and biscuits, our house is no exception. my mother inlaw is busy with her sweet delicious kuih MOR.Yes her kuih MOR is the best i dare to say,why?cos once you put it in your mouth,the taste of it is just so heavenly,its neither hard nor soft,but the kuih mor just melt inside your mouth(something that is hard for me to explain). she makes it every year without miss,to be handed over to her kids and relatives.If you wanna try it out come over to my house this raya,you wont regret it.
Thursday, September 27, 2007
For my wife....
Ingatkah saat saat dulu
Kasih, apakah dirimu
Merasakan semua itu
Ke mana pun langkahku pergi
Ku masih melihat bayanganmu cintaku
Dan kemana pun arah anginku berlari
Hati ini masih kau miliki
Lelaki ini yang selalu mencintamu
Selalu, tanpa ragu
Lelaki ini yang selalu memuja
Yang bertakhta dalam sanubariku
Aku yang mencintakan mu
Karena cintaku, tak berbatas waktu
Karena cintaku, tak mengenal jenuh hatimu
Posted by Zaliariff at 9:39 PM
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Had a round of 9 holes golfing yesterday,tee off at 3pm and finished at 5+,karing jua leher eh oleh nya but it was great fun,it's my first time playing golf during ramadan,cos i've just started golf last ramadan,and its been a year now,but my golf still sucks big time,anyway beginning to love the sport,but then again i think im heading toward the direction of being old,or was it maturity heheh. anyway,golf is not an old man's sport,it is being picked up today by kids as young as 6,what i mean of being old was,it is not as agressive as my previous sports that i have indulged during my younger years.
Posted by Zaliariff at 8:22 AM
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
My 3 years of waiting will be finally over,yes after finishing HALO and HALO 2,i was feeling kinda lost in translation,bought lots of FPS games but none matches my addiction to HALO,now after preparing the CONSOLE for the HALO 3, my vain in waiting will be finally over,yes HALO 3 was launched last night in the US,and will be launched in Europe tomorrow.Wait,when will ASIA get a glimpse of it? anyway,the thought of it being released now has ease my trembling hands....hehehheh...
Posted by Zaliariff at 10:10 AM
These are the Photo entries for Barunaiku 1st ever photo competition,a new Photo competition will be held again,once i sorted out the weekly Quiz.Thank you all for your support and entries.
Monday, September 24, 2007
How well do you know your own country?This week competition will be based on your knowledge on Places of interest in our own country BRUNEI DARUSSALAM,so the question for this week competition is,State me 20 places of interest in NEGARA BRUNEI DARUSSALAM. email the answers to Barunaiku@gmail.com, closing for the submission will be on the 30th Sept.Again 2 tickets to Empire cinema are up for grabs.Thanks to Mvision for sponsoring this competition.
Posted by Zaliariff at 11:36 AM
The winning photo.
Congratulations to RJ63 for being the winner of Barunaiku 1st Photo Competition,we will contact the winner asap. The winner have won himself 2 tickets to Empire Cinema courtesy of MVision
stay tuned for next competition.
Posted by Zaliariff at 4:19 AM
Sunday, September 23, 2007
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Friday, September 21, 2007
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Thursday, September 20, 2007
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Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Posted by Zaliariff at 9:12 PM
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Monday, September 17, 2007
Photo of the Sup Ekor,taken from Son of Brunei post(hope he doesnt mind)
Are you spoilt for choices to break your fast?dont know where to head to,well you can check out Missy M post on Bersungkai(break of fast) places,a very comprehensive list of eateries i must say,thanks Missy M and me and the missus is thinking of bersungkai at the Empire Atrium after reading Reeda post, check out Son of Brunei post,hehehe..might head to Empire tomorrow,cant wait to taste the Sup Ekor...ohh...yummy..kambang plang liur ku eh...
Posted by Zaliariff at 8:17 AM
Friday, September 14, 2007
Sponsor for Barunaiku Weekly Competition
Hello All,the weekly competition for Barunaiku Readers is now open,This week competition is Digital Photography competition,and the topic for the photographs will be about Gerai Ramadhan.The Closing date for the competition will be 21st of Sept 16:00hrs,Winner will be announced on Saturday.Please emailed me at Barunaiku@gmail.com, and send your low resolution photo.1 photo per entrance.The winning Photo hopefully will be displayed at Empire Cinema(still runding the owner,heheheh).So boys and girls..start snapping.Winner will be given 2 tickets to the Posh Empire Cinema Courtesy of Mvision Cinema.
Posted by Zaliariff at 2:27 AM
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
This is taken from Yahoo.
ULYANOVSK, Russia - Make a baby. Win a car. Don't be surprised if the streets are empty and curtains drawn in this central Russian region Wednesday as residents take up an offer by the regional governor to help stem Russia's demographic crisis.
Ulyanovsk Gov. Sergei Morozov has decreed Sept. 12 a Day of Conception and is giving couples time off from work to procreate. Couples who give birth nine months later on Russia's national day — June 12 — will receive money, cars, refrigerators and other prizes.
It's the third year that the Volga River region, about 550 miles east of Moscow, has held the contest. Since then, the number of competitors — and the number of babies born — has been on the rise.
"If there's a good, healthy atmosphere at home within the family, if the husband and wife both love each other and their child, they will be in good spirits and that will extend to the workplace. So there will be a healthy atmosphere throughout the country," he told AP Television News. "The leadership (of the country) is interested in the family."
Russia's population has dropped since the 1991 Soviet collapse, fed by declining birth rates, a low life expectancy, a spike in emigration, a frayed health care system and other factors. The country — the world's largest — now has just 141.4 million citizens, making it one of the most sparsely settled nations. And experts estimate the population could fall below 100 million by 2050.
"I don't think people get pregnant just to get a prize on the 12th (of June) but if the dates coincide and they give you a ... car there's nothing wrong with that," said Yuri, a 28-year-old father-to-be who declined to give his last name.
In Ulyanovsk, everyone who has a baby in a local hospital on June 12 gets some kind of prize. The winners of the grand prize — a locally made SUV called a UAZ-Patriot — are couples judged by a committee on criteria such as "respectability" and "commendable parenting."
Perhaps not surprisingly, the effort has drawn snickers. According to one joke circulating on the Internet, regional university teachers — after being ordered to draw up special activities for Wednesday — proposed covering the floors of school gymnasiums with mattresses and dimming the lights.
Andrei Kartuzov, who won the last "make a baby" grand prize along with his wife, Irina, said they had been planning to have another child anyway.
The campaign "is a good help for people, especially for those living in villages," he said. "If they hold such actions every year, then maybe we will have (more children) growing up and Russia will be bigger."
We should start doing something like these here in Brunei,"now,Honey if you're reading this,hehehe..."mun paham bisai"..
Posted by Zaliariff at 2:05 PM