Saturday, April 23, 2016

Eosungcho - Personal Review of 3 in 1 Rejuvenation

I ran out of ideas on what kind of medication or detox stuff to consume. No! I am not a fan of direct sales or MLM, I have had many people trying to sell me their RM5k 'cleansing, fat busting, miracle' programs. I can't afford that and I am a lazy person with lack of discipline to even eat antihistamines on a daily basis to fix my Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria.

I stumbled upon this in Bangsar Village 1 pharmacy (the one located on the lowest level). It has all this general health issues printed on their marketing ad such as below. I threw away the flyer and got this off their fb page. Anyway, out of 10, how many strikes your attention? Minimum 5 out of 10. Let's give this a try I say. After discount its bout RM65 per box of 10 doses each.
So this is what I bought. One to Purify your blood, One for cleansing, and the last is probiotics to calm your tummy with the good bacteria. According to the sales person/pharmacist (not sure), these are natural herbs and I wouldn't have the lausai stomach cramp effect. This is a small pack 10 day course. I was told to take 1 in the morning, 2 in the day time and 3 before bed. 




This is what it looks like for No.1 and No.2 ( Eosuncho & Sangkwea)
At first I was damn stupid, I poured all this bits into a cup of water then realised....damn its not going to dissolve no matter how i smashed it in water. LOL! I just downed the whole cup choking myself.

The next few times, I just swallowed it with 2-3 gulps of water. It tastes herby and its not as disgusting as I thought it would be. I end up drinking more water when I take this.

For the first 5 days I did what I was suppose to, but with all the temptations of food like this stupid message that I received to timely....all I can think of if I keep stuffing all this down my throat, wouldn't I be wasting my effort? No! Just eat.



The Probiotics (Prolife) please dissolve it in water and drink. Just tastes like flat vitagen/yakult. Drink and goodnight.

After 5 days, I became too busy and lazy to remember to eat my bulat bulat. But I took them with me to Bangkok and took them as I indulged in yummy unhealthy food. Like this giant cockles. Everyday I was in BKK, I think the colon cleanser was on overdrive...everything just didn't want to stay long in my gut. But I did analyse my encounters. It is definitely not diarrhea or food poisoning. It felt like the next day when I get up...I just needed to offload a lorry. And I am ready to continue eating. =P




Conclusion:

1. Yes, I definitely feel a bit more awake in the morning. Please bear in mind I sleep at 2am everyday and wake up at 8 to go to work. Too much Dota.

2. My skin looks a bit brighter than usual. Also bear in mind, I only wash my face in the morning and always forget to put any moisturizer or sun block.

3. I pooped...and pooped....but my poop ain't some normal poop. Warning! Don't continue if you are shitphobic.

- My poop is soft
- My poop is greyish brownish
- My poop did not come with tummy cramps, but I just felt that I needed to shit as storage seems ready to lodge.

4. No it did not lower or cure my urticaria, its just as bad. But anyway, it did not claim it can have any positive impacts on urticaria.

This product is good for maybe supplements, but I cant afford to take it everyday, it is quite expensive and also I don't want my liver and other organs to go on overdrive. We need to stock some crap some days to build immunity. What crap am I talking!

But ya, can give it a try.










Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Job offer: Sales and Admin staff in Solaris, Kuala Lumpur

There are currently 2 positions open in a small Company located in Solaris Dutamas. The company is in the business of Media Box, Android Box, tailored to the Malaysian viewers sentiment.

This is a chance to join an exciting business with ample opportunity to experience various facets of running a business. 



Sales staff:
High basic and attractive commissions for each unit sold. Additional allowance given for roadshows events. 

Manage roadshows as and when required. 

After sales service and support for retail, resellers, and others.

Perfectly multi lingual and self motivated. Ability to read Chinese is a plus point. 

Salary range from RM1,200 - RM2,500 depends on experience. 

Incentive and commissions from RM30-RM100

Admin role:

Front office support. Office administrative duties.

Answering calls and customers enquiries. 

Customer service and retail sales where required. Incentive given for sales made.

Salary range from RM1,000 - RM1,800 depending on experience.

Incentive and commissions from RM30-RM100.

Please email lptjin@gmail.com with resume, expected salary and photo. 




Thursday, April 7, 2016

Working in Dubai - First timer experience

 I was very lucky to given the opportunity to work in Dubai in 2014. My stint was 3 months long. I was really depressed after the passing of my husband. But I told myself ,what else can I lose? I have no more space for sadness but all the desire to experience new things and bring some happiness to my life. I took the challenge. My whole family was very against it as none of them knew what Dubai is like and with all the news about the middle east just makes things a lil harder. Plus, I do not know anyone in Dubai.

3 months, 2 suitcases, 6 pairs of shoes and no shorts......( I read that you have to dress very decently and cover your knees, shoulders etc.)

I stayed at Rose Rayhaan hotel for a good 120 days!!! Loved it.
I was upgraded to the 62nd floor, the highest was 63. This is the world's second tallest hotel. 

I arrived at 5am and took a complimentary taxi to the hotel and checked in. The reception manager was so generous and upgraded me from a normal deluxe room all the way to a suite. Man....things are looking good as a start.

The amount of homes, villas and buildings is kinda crazy. I live in a terrace house with small roads and compared to this...its quite crazy. The sky was not as clear as it was entering Winter. However, you can sort of see the Dubai Archipelago which apparently is sinking and shrinking in size as we speak.


My workplace is located near the Burj Khalifa, so I get to see it everyday and it looks way prettier at night with all the lights lit up.Dubai is very clean, unless you step out of the city and go and venture into other places. Service is top notch, however, their standard of mannerisms are a kinda different from Asian cultures. Expect loud voices and some who just don't believe in queuing.




At the office pantry, there is this Rainbow Milk which I am totally clueless what it is. However, all my colleagues use a lot of this.
The Address Hotel, Downtown Dubai before it got burnt on 31st Dec 2015.

The infamous fountain show in Dubai Mall. 
It has only been 2 weeks and I am already attending a farewell for a colleague. I am now left with 3 Singaporean friends at work. This is probably the most international meal I ever had. Well this is Dubai.
I miss this so much. You have to try it at Magnolia Bakery- Banana Pudding. Thanks Rose!

My first alcoholic outing. Barasti is a must go to place if you like drinking on the Beach. Please bring your ID and stilettos is not gonna cut it out here. Chill place and find your sunbed.
Halloween at Zinc, please come and horror me again. 
Funky Rock that I bought at the Dubai Global Village.
Living in Dubai is quite expensive. A night out with a bottle of vodka would set you back somewhere AED2,000 and thats +/- MYR2,200. Buffet at Jap, Dim Sum etc places would start at about AED200. Most time, the food seem to taste better at these joints. Normal chinese chicken rice would cost you somewhere AED30-50 on avg and foodcourt noodles around there as well.

There are plenty of Malaysian or Asian cuisines in Dubai but the fresher the food the more expensive it will be. A cabbage costs like AED60 once I saw...I wouldn't want to guess if it was organic and air flown from Australia.

To be continued in Part 2.



Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Food display in a KL premiumly priced foodcourt

NWhat are your acceptable standards in a foodcourt located in a premium shopping mall?

Definitely no rats, scary insects or flying cockroaches. Clean tables and chairs from the outlook and hopefully not encrusted with cobwebs and bee hives where the sun don't shine or the cleaners don't wipe.

Chefs/Cooks wearing gloves and hair neatly tucked in their white hats and clean cutleries.

Yesterday, it hit me that all the above just plain hygiene requirements. Story below.

Queuing at the counter to make my order, my eyes wondered around at the colourful food presentations tucked in the showcase counter fridges. I'm lucky I didn't see a rat having it's lunch. But what I saw was worse as the rat wouldn't have chosen it for any meal if it knew. 

 
Ps. The fruits and peppers are fake.... I think. It looked faked to me. Something you can get from a novelty store kind.

Yummy Hummus looks so good with added herbs. NOT! Fur is growing on the food. It's turning feral. It's gonna grow legs soon and start walking. The platter too has a fur coat growing. It must be chilly in there. 


I am not sure if those green fur clumps are part of the serving. The tomatoes is heading back to nature and only the gherkins is proving it's worth. 

Food samples should be either moulded from plastic or made fresh and replaced before it turns to something else. 

Although the feral stuff is covered by cling wrap, doesn't this post as a health or hygiene threat? What about the ones not covered and exposed. 

No sort of servable or edible food should share a space in that fridge. Fungus and mold can cause many kinds of food poisoning and sickness. 

No wonder the Japanese spend so much time and effort and charge u a bomb for platic food replicas.

I am not sure if I will buy from this stall in future. But looking at the attention they give to their 'food models' I think not. Unless there is no other food left in this world, I hope the spinning kebabs are hot. 

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Be yourself - without harming others please.

Why is it that work starts Monday and days off are Sat and Sun? ( for me ) If I have the chance to be my own boss one day, I hope I can make some changes to allow my employees a better perspective to what going to work is all about. Automating processes till 10am so that people can start work then and have time for breakfast and a healthy throne visit.

Whilst routine work and life is quite important sometimes, in the long run you end up living within a set parameter and become a dull person with hopes and fantasies of doing many other things and activities if you weren't at work. The sad thing is all of us are bound by our monthly paychecks and are afraid to tough it out for a better future. Who knows you might win and u might fail too right?! Scary.

About building someone's dreams by working for them, well, they too are giving you a chance to build your own dream by giving you a salary and a job for experience. But most times you'll end up with the money but without the opportunity as the train has long ago, left the station. You would be less inclined to start a new venture but nevertheless it is never too late to be a grandpa boomer.


Don't let what you have learnt or have been taught be the only guide in shaping who you are. It's is compelling to be yourself and follow your heart. We don't need to meet another me or I everywhere we go. 

Why it's important to living a fulfilling life? It's not so much about you when you are dead and gone. It's about the people you leave behind. Imagine if you lived a stressful and unhappy life, your next of kin would feel like they never did enough for you and regrets will fill up the whole mind bubble and someone else is gonna be depressed. This will just turn into a vicious cycle and everyone will be depressed until one day they are strong enough to decide that it's enough and a change is mandatory. 

If you hate your job, find a new one. If you despise your partner and there is no return, then don't return. If you are ill, go to the doctor! If you need to lose weight, go exercise. Learn from those who failed and follow those who are successful. Don't deny yourself from learning new things and be curious to take on new adventures. You have one life and don't waste it. 

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Half boiled eggs - Gardens, Mid Valley

Not gonna name this place but this half boiled eggs look like 30% boiled eggs to me. Just give it to me raw instead next time. 

Trials of a mixed bag of sweets

To begin a new journey the people you surround yourself with are very crucial and important. They are the ones that will either walk with you thru your pain or just be there for the sake of being there. Either way someone there is better than no one there. 

Many will form their own presumptions of how you should feel and many assume what social norm is, and should be the way to go. I'm not a believer of just being normal. More so when in situations where emotions should be thrown out and your logical mind in. But some days emotions take the better of me. When you start to open up that is when you start getting hurt in different ways. Hurt can take many forms not only from pain or suffering. It can come from not being able to see yourself be like an ordinary person. 

The old wounds might have just remain a massive scar but the new wounds will continue to hurt and hurt even more when the wounds are so close to one another. But if you do not open up you will never allow yourself to feel like you are alive or the least to say to feel like there is hope in life. 

So far, wishes and hopes are just too hard to attain and remain a self portray of lies. When life is back to square one and you are at level zero, you have to face the same kind of experiences but at a different level. It's entirely up to you to intensify the happiness or even the pain. Nevertheless we all want to be happy. But happiness means nothing if you never felt sadness. There is no love if you have never felt abandonment. 

If you are that person helping someone walk thru fire, be committed to hold their hands till the very end. They have opened up to you and given their trust unto you. Do not let them down.