Thursday, September 20, 2012

Mama & Anak2.


Rajin pulak kita nak update kan.

Well,just nak post few gambar. Some of the pix ada kat my instagram: zezzattyy . Tapi manalah tahu satu hari nanti instagram melingkup ke kan (Mcm friendster) at least ada la backup =P

Enjoy the pix!

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

We are On TV!


Hi alls,yeas i know..this is super late entry!

Well,nak tulis jugak sbb so nanti bila my kids dah besar dia tahu yang mak diaorg pernah masuk TV. Hahaha. Ok gediks.

Bukan selalu dpt masuk TV. Ye lah,kita ni bukan siapa2,tak femes..Thanks to mommy Amal sbb call i..It's a last minute decision! And...yang paling special,the shooting is on my BIRTHDAY yg ke 23! Wooott!

(Pecaya je lah umur kita 23 tahun.)

Actually the shooting is for Safiyya TV9 sempena mothers day. Rasanya episod 20 kot. Korg gi la tgk kat (kalau rajin la =P ). Sorry i lupa utk slot apa. Rasa mcm ibu bekerjaya hot mom.HOT ke masalahnye? hahahaha.

Even tho ianya bukan live,but still...nervous la jugak. Nasib la Hajar (the reporter) very friendly and the Qs tak susah sgt. Main ckp je apa yang kita rasa.

During the shooting:

Hot momma - Rinie

With Amal the stromflower

Fiena . She still on confinement mode. Soo kurus.

Kawan baru - Farah. Noiice meeting you darlin!

Getting ready

Penyeri rancangan - Aydan and yousseff. Kakak2 diaorg tgh berseronok.

Ze mommies!

On TV!

Rayna was sooo excited tgk diri sendiri dalam TV. "Mama! tu mama! tu kakak!"

Tapi bila tgk diri sendiri dalam TV rasa mcm EIKKKKKK!!!

Dan yg paling penting,jadi bahan bila balik kampung masa raya baru ni. HAHAHAHA.


Okay tu je nak update. Till Then!

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Jovian Aviraya!

Korg dah ada baju raya?

I dah beli last week kat  First Lady. Heyy...jangan main2 tau... bukan sebarang first lady ok..i beli JOVIAN MANDAGIE ready to wear! Seriously,jovian aviraya ready to wear mmg CUN GILA!

Memang i jakuns sbb ye lah,iols seriously takkan mampu la kheenn nak tempah kat butik dia


Actually i aim yg dua ni..mmg cun giler ya ampun! 

 Jadi,seawal pagi ahad,i pun gigih ok..GIGIH pergi jalan TAR. About 920am dh sampai tgk2 Mak dah queue depan first lady! Korg nampak tak penangan Jovian?

Dalam tengah gelakkan diri sendiri sbb mula2 aku ingat aku sog je yg gigih bgn pagi...tgk2 Amie pon ada..THAT MEANS aku tidak lah gigih keseorangan! huahuahaua..cayalah pada diti kita amie! =P

Bila First Lady bukak je...Zasssssssssssss org larik2 masuk! 

Tak sampai 10 minit,korg tgk apa jd kat rak baju ni???



 Tapi,yours truly berjaya mendapatkan baju idaman hati..Yes,i managed to get Janiyaaa! Eh btol ke nama dia? =P Mmg happy sgt2!! Even tho xdpt size S,dapat size M pon jadi laa...Besar takpe,boleh kecikkan (ayat penyedap hati) =P

Me wearing Janiya..............








 Thank you Jovian! Tahun depan buat lagi yerr... =P Seriously the lace mmg lawa..worth my rm280!

I suka and tak sabar nak pakai raya nanti..

Tapi kene alter sikit sbb besar.. =P

p/s: Semalam Jovian update kat his fanpage yg nak keluar 2nd batch 22/7/2012 ni. Korg kalau ada chance,pergila..seriously mmg berbaloi.yes,BERBALOI. Pandai2 la pilih design yg sesuai kay.

Thursday, June 28, 2012



Pls pardon the shocking title, but I believe it's not as controversial as you might think. :-)

Cerita yg sgt bagus..sometimes tanpa kita sedari,we always complain about other tu tak betol ni tak btol la...semua kita rasa kita btol. But how often do we stop to ask ourselves, how we can change ourselves so that we become part of the solution?

 Let's read...


Lin was a beautiful young Chinese woman who recently got married but, because neither she nor her husband had enough money to buy a house of their own, they had to live with her mother-in-law. After some time, she began butting heads with her mother-in-law and had a difficult time adapting to her. Their personalities were very different and Lin became increasingly irritated with her mother-in-law's customs and habits, which she constantly criticized.

Over the months, things got so bad that life became unbearable. However, according to Chinese ancient traditions, a daughter-in-law must always be at her mother-in-law's service. Lin, unable to bear the idea of living with her mother-in-law any longer, decided to go see a master, an old friend of her father.

After hearing the young woman, master Huang grabbed a bunch of herbs and said: "You shouldn't use all of these herbs at once to get rid of your mother-in-law because it may raise suspicions. You should mix them in with her food, little by little, day by day, this way she'll be slowly poisoned. To be sure that no one suspects anything when she dies, you should be very careful and always treat her with great kindness. Don't argue with her and always lend a hand with whatever she needs."

Lin replied, "Thank you, master Huang, I will do everything you've said."

Lin was thrilled and returned home enthusiastic about the plan to kill her mother-in-law. During several weeks, Lin served her mother-in-law a specially prepared meal every other day. She always kept in mind master Huang's advice to avoid suspicion: she controlled her temper, obeyed her mother-in-law and treated her as if she were her own mother.

After six months, the whole family was transformed. Lin kept her temper under control and almost never got upset. Months passed, and she hadn't argued at all with her mother-in-law, who also seemed much kinder and easier to get along with. Her mother-in-law's attitude changed and they began treating each other like mother and daughter.

One day, Lin went back to master Huang to ask him for help and said: "Master, please help save my mother-in-law from dying. She has become such a nice person and I love her as if she were my own mother. I don't want her to die because of the poison I've been giving her."

Master Huang smiled and nodded, "Lin, don't worry. Your mother-in-law hasn't changed. You were the one who changed. The herbs I gave you were actually vitamins to improve her health. The poison was in your attitude and was replaced by the love and affection you began dedicating to her."

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Written by a Cop for Our Own Safety

Dear all,please read this. Tak kira la lelaki,perempuan,half2..semua kene baca ni sebagai panduan just in case kita berada di situasi mcm ni. (Nauzubillah).

Some ppl say,bila kena situasi mcm ni kita akan tak ingat apa2, least kita ada pengetahuan mcmana nak atasi..selebihnya kita Tawakal kepada Allah. Amin...



Everyone should take 5 minutes to read this. It may save your life or a loved one's life. In daylight hours, refresh yourself of these things to do in an emergency situation...This is for you, and for you to share with your wife, your children, & everyone you know. After reading these 9 crucial tips,
forward them to someone you care about. It never hurts to be careful in this crazy world we live in.

1. Tip from Tae Kwon Do :
The elbow is the strongest point
on your body. If you are close enough to use it, do!

2. Learned this from a tourist guide.
If a robber asks for your wallet and/or purse,
Toss it away from you....
Chances are that he is more interested
in your wallet and/or purse than you,
and he will go for the wallet/purse.

3. If you are ever thrown into the trunk of a car,
kick out the back tail lights and stick your arm out the hole
and start waving like crazy..
The driver won't see you, but everybody else will.
This has saved lives.

4. Women have a tendency to get into their cars
after shopping, eating, working, etc., and just sit
(doing their checkbook, or making a list, etc.
The predator will be watching you, and this
is the perfect opportunity for him to get in
on the passenger side, put a gun to your head,
and tell you where to go.

If someone is in the car
with a gun to your head
Instead gun the engine and
speed into anything, wrecking the car.
Your Air Bag will save you.
If the person is in the back seat
they will get the worst of it.
As soon as the car crashes
bail out and run.
It is better than having them find your body
in a remote location.

5. A few notes about getting
into your car in a parking lot,
or parking garage:
A.) Be aware:
look around you,
look into your car,
at the passenger side floor ,
and in the back seat.
B.) If you are parked next to a big van,
enter your car from the passenger door.
Most serial killers attack their victims
by pulling them into their vans while the women
are attempting to get into their cars.
C.) Look at the car
parked on the driver's side of your vehicle,
and the passenger side.. If a male is sitting alone
in the seat nearest your car, you may want to walk back
into the mall, or work, and get a
guard/policeman to walk you back out.
IT IS ALWAYS BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN SORRY. (And better paranoid than dead.)

6. ALWAYS take the elevator
instead of the stairs.
Stairwells are horrible places to be alone
and the perfect crime spot.
This is especially true at NIGHT!)

7. If the predator has a gun
and you are not under his control,
The predator will only hit you (a running target)
4 in 100 times; and even then,
it most likely WILL NOT be a vital organ.
RUN, Preferably in a zig -zag pattern!

8. As women are always trying
to be sympathetic:
It may get you raped, or killed.
Ted Bundy, the serial killer, was a good-looking,
well educated man, who ALWAYS played
on the sympathies of unsuspecting women.
He walked with a cane, or a limp, and often
asked 'for help' into his vehicle or with his vehicle,
which is when he abducted
his next victim.

9. Another Safety Point:
Someone just told me that her friend heard
a crying baby on her porch the night before last,
and she called the police because it was late
and she thought it was weird.. The police told her
'Whatever you do, DO NOT
open the door..'
The lady then said that it sounded like the baby
had crawled near a window, and she was worried
that it would crawl to the street and get run over.
The policeman said, 'We already have a unit on the way,
whatever you do, DO NOT open the door.'
He told her that they think a serial killer
has a baby's cry recorded and uses it to coax
women out of their homes thinking that someone
dropped off a baby.. He said they have not verified it,
but have had several calls by women saying that
they hear baby's cries outside their doors
when they're home alone at night.
10. Water scam!
If you wake up in the middle
of the night to hear all your taps outside running or what you think is a burst pipe, DO NOT GO OUT TO INVESTIGATE! These people turn on all your outside taps full blast so that you will go out to investigate and then attack.

Stay alert, keep safe, and look out for your neighbors!

This e-mail should probably be taken seriously because

the Crying Baby Theory was mentioned on
America 's Most Wanted when they profiled
the serial killer in Louisiana
Everyone should take 5 minutes to read this.It may save your life or
a loved one's life.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

30 hours ago, I escaped from being kidnapped (true story)


Becareful tau.. scary! I pon suka jalan sorg2...

*Additional note: this story i copied from's not me ya..Nway,kalau bole after this elakkan jalan sorg2..kalau nampak sumthing yg mencurigakan,do not enter to ur car!


30 hours ago, I escaped from being kidnapped
by Chin Xin-Ci on Tuesday, 29 May 2012 at 00:39 ·
As I sit here writing this, I am just so grateful to be alive.
To think that 30 hours ago I had a knife to my throat, face to face with the threat of being kidnapped and raped.
It was a Sunday, at 5.22PM. I was alone, walking towards my boyfriend's car in level B2 of The Curve, Mutiara Damansara. He was not in town, and I was running errands with his car. Just as I was putting my shopping bags in the rear seat, the rear car door was slammed against my back, and a meat cleaver was pressed against my throat. A man covered my mouth with his hand, and whispered not to scream. He then shoved me onto the floor of the backseat of the car and waved the cleaver at me, reminding me not to scream. He was skinny, wearing a baggy turqoise blue t-shirt, had a thick moustache and short curly hair, approx 5'8", mid-30s, and of Indian descent.
At this moment, second man appeared. He was also in his mid-30s. He was wearing a red t-shirt, had a crewcut, and was of Malay descent. He grabbed my car keys and demanded for my parking ticket. I couldn't remember where it was. They shoved me deeper into the car, and the Indian man got into the back seat with me, while the Malay man got into the driver's seat, driving us out of the carpark.
I told them they could take everything, just let me go. But at that point they didn't even ask for money. Instead, the Indian man started to make sexual advances. Then it hit me. "Oh my God. Oh my God. This is really happening. I'm being kidnapped.. and I think I know what they want."
From this moment on, there were a few crucial things that happened that I think is the reason I'm alive today.
1. I managed to get into a position to escape.
 When they got into the car, the Indian man had tried to force my body down onto the floor. I knew that the moment I'm on the floor, there would be no chance of escape. So I begged him to let me sit up. I promised him I wouldn't scream or alert anyone's attention. Thankfully, he trusted me, and let me sit up, gripping my arm tightly. Then I told him my arm really hurt and to please not grip it so hard. He loosened his grip.
2. I did not fight for the sake of fighting.
 I was in an enclosed space, with no clear escape route. I would never win in a fight with these 2 guys, especially when they have sharp weapons. Had I fought from the get go, I may not have been in a position to escape. I might've even been knocked out cold, and God only knows where I would be right now.
3. I was lucky and sneaky.
I knew that the only way to escape, was to jump out of the car, even if it was moving. They had locked the car doors. So I leaned back, pretended to scratch my hair, and shakily unlocked the door I was leaning against. I'm so lucky they did not see or hear this!
4. I went 'crazy' at the right time.
And then I waited. I knew that the car would have to slow down outside the parking lot, as it exits to merge with the main roads. The moment it slowed down, I opened the car door and tried to make a run for it. I failed. I kicked my legs out of the car, but the Indian man had managed to pull my body back in. >From this moment on, everything is a blur. I remember the Malay driver temporarily stopping the car, leaning over from the driver's seat and attempting to close the door and pull my legs in. At that point I remember thinking, "Even if I don't get out now, I need to keep the door open and my legs out the door. At the very least, it should cause a scene, and someone would see me. Or, the door might hit another car and they'll be forced to slow down." So I continued kicking. My right foot pushed against the wide-open car door to keep it open. I recall elbowing, struggling, kicking, and even biting. I lost my glasses, and was struggling blindly for my life. At some point the Malay driver yelled, "BAGI DIA LEPAS! BAGI DIA LEPAS!" (Let her go! Let her go!) and the Indian man loosened his grip. I made a jump out of the still-moving car, and ran for my life.
5. I acted in spite of the fear.
My friends said I was brave. But I didn't feel like it. I was quivering and shaking in fear. I was so afraid. I thought I was going to die.  I was weak with fear and deathly afraid. I truly thought "this was it". But I knew I HAD to move. I had to run. Or there would be a worser fate in store for me. While I was quaking in fear, I forced myself to look around and see if there was any way I could escape, or even catch someone's eye.
6. I remembered the people I love.
The only thing that matters when you're faced with potentially horrendous fate, is the people in your life. When I felt the knife to my neck, the first thing I thought was , "This cannot be happening. I must be dreaming." The second? The people that truly matter to me flashed across my mind. It sounds cliche, but it's true. I thought of my parents. My brother. Khailee. Esther. More people. That's all I could think of for a few moments, before I started brainstorming my escape.
I ran towards the Maybank outlet at the Curve. There were plenty of people milling around. I screamed for help over and over again. I was hysterical. I grabbed an older Malay man by his shoulders and begged for help before practically collapsing at his feet.
I will always remember the relief and liberation I felt, running over Mutiara Damansara's manicured grass and into the crowd.
Today, I found out that the entire ordeal from the moment I left the parking ticket payment machine, to my escape, happened in about 4 minutes. To me, it felt like one long nightmare.
We never think its going to happen to us... and then it does. I used to think that this is something that happens only in the papers and to people far, far removed from me. But then it did happen to me. I moved to PJ/KL 6 years ago, and I've spent countless mornings, afternoons and nights at The Curve. When my friends and I were organizing Rock Up! back in 2008, we were walking around the place at 4AM even. It's been 6 years, and never once did I feel that I was unsafe at The Curve. Until yesterday.
I feel like moving out of the country ASAP. Getting the hell out of this state where you hear of a kidnapping or attempted one every month (remember Nayati?), or a snatch theft every week. And yet I'm fully aware of the fact that in another country with more lax firearm laws, they would've been holding a gun to my head, not a cleaver. And that would've been so, so much worse.
I'm Blessed. By God's grace, I am alive and relatively well. And I will live another day to build another cat iPhone app. It just was not my time to go. And for that, I thank God.
I want to share this story with everyone because cops tell me that they rarely get to hear it from someone who escapes.
Girls, be so very careful. Be vigilant, and please try not to go anywhere alone. If you need to walk to the carpark, and you're alone, get a guard to go with you. I was recently told that it's part of their job description to assist anyone if needed.
Guys, watch out for your girlfriends, wives, mothers, sisters and friends. Walk with them, don't take their paranoia or fear lightly. Watch out for them.
And everyone, just watch out for each other. Take care of each other. These things really DO happen. As I ran out of the car, so many people came to help me. Strangers who didn't know who I was, came forward and offered me tissue paper, water, cellphones, and general comfort.
Malaysians, please care for one another. You already do. Just keep on caring. Keep watching out for each other. Don't worry about being thought of as "busy body" or "overreacting". The world can be a cruel place, but all it takes is for people to care for one another to make all the difference.
Best Regards,
Sandra Ong
Export Division

Monday, January 16, 2012

Pssstt..Gossip terbaru yg paling hangat!

Amboi amboi..tulis gossip je kemain laju korg klik ye!

Assalamualaikum dan selamat dtg kepada semua rakan2,sesungguhnya saya amat merindui kalian semua..ewahh mcm ucapan kat majlis perpisahan plak.

Anyway,sorry for the long silence.well,sejak jadi ibu beranak dua ni mmg rasa xcukup masa.hari2 moves like jagger and..everyday im shuffling! Haaa..kelas kau mak hafal lagu omputih!

Btw,rasa mcm tak percaya dah masuk 2012.mcm tak percaya dah masuk tahun ke4 perkahwinan.mcm tak percaya rayna umur 3tahun tahun ni..and mcm xpercaya jugak aydan dah nak umur setahunnnn!!! Rasa mcm baru je smlm beranak..ok ini tipu =P no la,what i mean..cptnya masa berlalu!

Takpela,aydan will b always jadi baby mama kay..

Semua bnda aku xpercaya..Abes apa yg aku percaya?Yang aku percaya ialah,suami akan berumur 30tahun pada 2012 ni!hahahaha.mee?ehh mestila forever suka hati i la nak feeling2 muda.ok diam.

Apa azam baru tahun ni?Tahun ni kalau bole nak tukar kerja.nak menjana pendapatan yg lebih tinggi (amin)..dan nak membina kerjaya sebelum berumur 35 tahun InsyaAllah..besar kan cita2?korg aminkan skali ek!

Okla,i think cukupla dulu update utk kali ni.nx update maybe bulan depan sbb bday aydan.heheh.aku ni ckp je tgk2 bulan 6 baru nak update.lastly..mcm biasa..our latest pix..campur2.ada yg kat penang,kedah,kl..kat umah..korg tolong lah layankan...

Bye! Till we meet again!

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