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Saturday, December 8, 2007

Human Space Invaders

Whoever did this had too much time on his hands. In Kuching, there are a few Hokkien idioms to describe this state of un-affairs:

Chiak Pa Boh Su Cho: Eat Full Nothing to Do.
Chiak Pa Bay Pao: Eat Full Sell Buns.
Chiak Pa Pak Bang: Eat Full Kill Mosquitoes.

What's amazing is that this guy managed to rope in a whole bunch of his friends to do this. Watch what happens when a bunch of people have nothing to do.

Like dat can earn money meh?

SPACE INVADERS is the 2nd video performance of the GAME OVER Project, directed by the Swiss artist Guillaume REYMOND (NOTsoNOISY creative agency).

It's the Crazy Japanese TV Shows Again!

It seems like we can't run away from them. The Japanese seems to be the most ridiculous lot, but they come up with the most entertaining nonsense.

These videos will blow your minds away. They combine the traditional Kabuki techiques of using men in black in the background to create the amazing Matrix effects.

Matrix Ping Pong

And then there's Matrix Shaolin Soccer

Matrix Couple's Fight

Don't fight it. You know you enjoyed them. For goodness' sake, relax. It's a Sunday.

Japanese Ingenuity: Part 2

More useless Japanese inventions. I don't need to say more.

Not enough? Want to see more brain-buster inventions? There's 95 more in this book.

Friday, December 7, 2007

Australian Prime Minister Speaking the Mandarin

I've been hearing a lot about the new Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. There's word going around that he speaks Mandarin. And so I wondered whether he just knows a few phrases & is throwing them out here & there just to wow people.

So I took on the internet to do a little bit of background research on Kevin Rudd. This is what I found out:

1) He's got a Degree in Asian and Chinese studies at the Australian National University
2) He was a diplomat in Beijing in the 80s
3) His daughter married an Australian Chinese
4) His eldest son studied at Fundan University in Shanghai

I think this guy can't go wrong. He should be able to bring Australia closer to Asia. I think this Kevin Rudd got the liao, despite the fact that he ate his own ear wax.

Here's how a mature, civilised & educated Minister addresses an embarassing situation in an amicable way.

I doubt that Malaysian Ministers can be like that. If it were them, they'd be screaming threats at the TV station at the top of their lungs, with their keris drawn, ready for blood.

This is Kevin Rudd adressing the Chinese President Hu Jin Tao in Mandarin.

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd on China Central TV

I think our Malaysian Minister should learn to speak Mandarin like Kevin Rudd. But then again, they need to master English as a Second Language first.

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Japanese Ingenuity: Part 1

You can always count on the Japanese to come up with the wierdest of things. Over the last couple of decades, they have contributed much to the world of wierd.

We're talking about a country that has high-tech toilets that can do anything & everything.

Nope, the thing at the top of the tank is not what you think it is (whatever it is that you thought). It's just a plain old water tap with the tank cover doubling as a sink.

Heck, they look like they could also go to war.

This is probably the most wierdest thing ever existed in Japan. Used panties vending machine.

Oh dang! I forgot to wear my panties today. Where can I buy a used one?

Wait a minute. That's not so bad. How about this one.

It actually exist! I kid you not!

And of course countless other useless inventions. There are no words to describe all these.

Monday, December 3, 2007

Miss World 2007: Meet the Asian Spices

Miss World 2007. This is the new face of the new era.

Miss China Zhang Zi Li

China beauties have come a long way. They used to look like this.

And then Darwin's Evolution of the Species happened somewhere along the way, and they evolved into this.

Makes you wanna go to China doesn't it?

She has the face that can make a thousand men walk into the lamp post. After you hit the lamp post, you'd want to go back and do it all over again. By the way, her face is up there.

And then of course there's the lovey-dovey eyed, smooth as tofu-hua skin, fragile-as-glass, one-touch-can-break Korean beauty.

Miss Korea Cho Eun Ju. She looks exactly like a Korean TV drama material. I love you & you love me but we can't say it because we can't be together because i'm dying of terminal illness. One snap of the fingers and tears will roll down her cheeks.

And of course, Miss Malaysia Deborah Priya Henry.

Hoolamak! Malaysia's contestant this time got power.

Not bad. Just like a model. Wait a minute. She IS a model.

That's the colour of the fluid coming out of my nose now.

And when there's Malaysia, there must be Singapore.

Ammah! Roshni Kaur Soin.
She's going for red as well. But somehow it's not working.

Uhh, what happened this year? The standard dropped. It does not compute. Where are the Singapore girls?

And of course we have the usual Big Two - Miss Japan & Hong Kong

Rui Watanabe. She's a fitness instructor & she wants to be an Asian action star. It looks like she could pull it off. It looks like she can floor any man in 2 seconds. And men will be lining up for it.

Miss Hong Kong Cheung Ka Yi. Nothing special this time. Just the typical TVB drama series material.

And finally, who can ignore this?

Miss Mongolia Oyungerel Gankhuyag

Mongolian women have really struck the imagination of Malaysians this year.

Here's the winning video.

Watch Zhang Zi Li being interviewed after her win.

More spices available here. Enjoy.

Miss World 2007: Zhang Zi Li's Journey

Miss China Zhang Zhi Li won the Miss World 2007 title late on Saturday (Dec 1) in Sanya, China. The 23-year-old said: "There are 1.3 billion people behind me. I want to become a link between the Olympic Games [to be held in Beijing next year] and the Miss World Organisation."

This is the new era of Asian beauty! Gone are the days when beauty contests are dominated by Panamians, Argentinians, El Salvadorians, Paraguayians, Bolivians, Columbians, & the other South American-ians.

Hi! My niam is Zhang Zhi Li. Although I'm not as bolaptious as them, I still can win because I'm more beautiful. And it's also because Great China is a very big & powderful country in the world.

The contest was very the exciting. I met a lot of new friends & we always join hands.

You can see all of us holding each other's hands here.
In the background got some red ribbon design.

There were also a lot of singing & dancing with children.

Then suddenly got picture of one Ah Pek appear in the background.

I think he didn't look very happy.

Anyway, to cheer him up, we had to dance in our underwear. Aiyyerrr, so shame!

Luckily they didn't camera me. Otherwise my grandmother will be angry.

Then came the most exciting part of the event.
When they called out my name, I smiled until my teeth almost drop out.

Then the old Miss World had to give her crown to me.

She looked like she wanted to slam dunk me.

Then everybody rushed to kiss me because I'm so beautiful.

Here I am the most beautiful girl than all the girls in the world.

I win everyone oredi.

Then I was joined by the other two girls.
They're not really win because they just got second & third only.

I think they remind me of a TV show.

Hope you like my story. Tee Hee Hee.

Sunday, December 2, 2007

Funny Thai Baby Wipes Commercial

The cheap techniques dirty old men will use to get physical with innocent office girls. Watch this video!

Wierd Japanese TV Show

The Japanese can be very wierd in certain things. Uh, let me rephrase that. The Japanese can be very wierd in almost everything.

I think it's a mental condition that came about as result of the many years of cramming into subways, working in small office spaces, and sleeping in small capsules.

It seems that fitting into small spaces have become a national preoccupation. It even appears in their TV programs. Watch this Japanese TV game show called The Human Tetris. Participants try to fit themselves into certain cutout shapes.