Saturday, October 23, 2010

Boring Saturday

today, is a very boring Saturday night. I have nothing better to do, except keep watching TVB drama, and re-watch Gossip Girls. thats it. I keep on thinking is there anything better to do? and think a lot of things.Thus, i realize the existence of my long abandoned empty blog.

I need someone to chat with me while waiting for my babyboy to call. he is back to hometown already.

Yesterday, i went to Restoran Goon Wah, which is located at Kuchai Lama for my brunch. This restaurant is famous with their x.o fish head noodle, so-called Claypot Lou Shu Fun, fried rice and many more. I noticed that they are closed on every Saturday and Sunday. this is really weird because customers flow during the weekend is higher compared to weekdays. I ordered the claypot lou shu fun, fried rice, and a 'kam heong yao yu'. They serve with large portion.
this is the lou shu fun. we can fried it when it is served with a little fire underneath.
'kam heong yao yu'. taste good.

then, have tea session at old town, then went for a movie 'The Perfect Wedding".
Lok Yan (Miriam Yeung) was ditched by her fiance on their wedding day. During the next three years she gains fame as a wedding planner for many acclaimed celebrities. One night in a bar, she meets a young attorney, Fung (Raymond Lam) and they spend a passionate night together in a hotel - with no plans to ever meet again. Fate brings them back together at a wedding and their one night stand becomes a debt dispute since Fung's boss owes Yan's company fees for 30 weddings. When Fung's boss runs away, Fung is left to clear the debt and so he starts working for Yan. While working together to organise successful weddings, they face and overcome many challenges and soon their relationship begins to blossom. But love is never simple - especially for Yan whose four close girlfriends do not approve of her relationship with Fung because they think he is young. Yan further complicates the situation by keeping Fung at a distance because of her painful memories of previous failed relationships.

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