Monday, March 21, 2011

Doggie 3D Crystal Puzzle (NEW DESIGN)

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Dog- Please bring me home.. =)

We have a new doggie 3D crystal puzzle for sale... Is so cute and adorable..

Dog- Am i cute and adorable.. Are you going to take me home?? Is only RM 39.90 to take me home... =) Woof Woof

I hope you like this new 3D crystal puzzle design... =)

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3D Crystal Puzzles For Sale!!!

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WOW!!! Time really passes very fast.. Valentine's day is over.. Chinese New Year is also ending soon.. How's your Chinese New Year and Valentine's Celebration?? Hope everyone had fun!!!

More 3D Crystal Puzzles available here.. =) There are quite a few customers who had bought one and they are having fun!!! So I would like to offer more design to all those who are interested!!! =)

I also had more stocks for Teddy bear and roses.. So to those who are interested in the teddy bear and roses, don't worry, I still have stocks!!! =)

PROMOTION also available till 15th of March 2011. All those who purchase more than 2 items, the shipping fees will be FREE!!!

While Stock last only. First come first serve basis... Have fun shopping here. Have a great day!

The 3D crystal puzzles below are price at RM 39.90

Sun, Star and Moon!

Pink out of stock. Available only red. No photo at the moment. Sorry

Monday, March 14, 2011

Dato' Lee Chong Wei Won All England Against Lin Dan!

Congratulation Dato' Lee Chong Wei for winning the All England 2011... It was great to see u win against Lin Dan in straight game.. 21-17 and 21-17.. Hopefully you will be able to continue winning against Lin Dan.. =) You had make Malaysians and Penangnites proud!!! =) However, it was not a double joy for Malaysians as Koo Kien Kiet- Tan Boon Heong lost 21-15, 18-21, 18-21 to Mathias Boe-Carsten Mogensen of Denmark in an intense 62-minute All-England men’s doubles final in Birmingham yesterday. However, we are still proud that Lee Chong Wei won, and eventhough the doubles lost at least it is still a silver medal.. So congratulations!!! =)

Below are the articles of the news report.

Article and Pictures taken from Badzine

Lee Chong Wei kept his title in Birmingham but this victory was probably even sweeter than his maiden gold at the Yonex All England. This time, he beat the best player of all time – Super Dan – in the final he led from start to finish.

By Raphael Sachetat, live from Birmingham. Photos: Badmintonphoto

It was clearly a show. Players entering with songs hitting the charts all over the world, with lighting effect, an audience ready for a great evening and a NIA Stadium filled with spectators eager to see the clash of the week between Lee Chong Wei and Lin Dan. This special match had been on everyone’s lips since the draws were released. Since Lee and Lin, the two arc rivals had been drawn on either side of the competition. Lee had warned that after winning his first title here, he was clearly going to enjoy the evening, not pressuring himself while Lin Dan had shown glimpses of weaknesses in the semi final, just before attempting to enter History and clinch a fifth title in the event.

If some “Jia You”s were shouted from time to time, the singing and dancing Malaysian colony way up in the stands made much more noise and had more opportunities to cheer for their hero: Lee Chong Wei was simply playing the perfect game while Lin Dan, in good form but not as incisive as usual, was struggling to put the shuttles down. Chong Wei, patient and relying on his incredible defence was banking on his stamina and great knowledge of his opponent.’s game. After more than 15 meetings, the Malaysian knew that the Chinese had to play his very best to beat him and that what he had seen from Lin this week could mean he would get a second consecutive title.

The first game was very close with great rallies, accurate net play, smart clears, big attacks but the Malaysian was able to come on top while Lin was obviously not happy with his speed – his usual giant killers from the back were often caught by the Malaysian. The rallies were tighter than the score showed when Chong Wei led 17-11, but the Malaysian had taken too big of a margin to lose the first game, which he pocketed 21-17. He led most of the second game, with one of two points advantage until Lin caught back at 17-17, and tried to accelerate the pace of the game, bringing excitement to the Chinese fans. But a few mistakes and a very solid play from Chong Wei saw the Malaysian come on top with a similar score in the second game, 21-17 . He fell on his knees and embraced his coaches before going to see Lin Dan already packing his stuff and getting a warm hug from his main opponent. The Chinese had the head down as he knew there was no solution for him against Chong Wei and was later to admit that he was not the best on court today.

“Chong Wei played very well and on my end, I have played too many matches at home for the Chinese league and in Germany then here. I just didn’t have the motivation or the will to fight more than I did” said Lin Dan. For Chong Wei, this victory may taste even sweeter than last year’s – then, the Malaysian had not beaten Lin Dan, a player he considers as the only one he can’t beat on cue.

I am very pleased to have beaten Lin Dan today. It is always special to beat him in any tournament. This All England title is something special to me after I won it last year for the first time. I will be attempting to win my third title next year. But before that, of course, I will try to win the World Championships here in England” he told the press after receiving a phone Call from the Prime Minister of Malaysia who had stayed up to watch the game back home.

Article taken from The Star Online

Lee retains All-England title in classy fashion

PETALING JAYA: For the first time, Malaysia’s Lee Chong Wei truly felt on top of the world.

Yesterday, Chong Wei showed who was the real boss on the court when he defeated his nemesis, Lin Dan of China, 21-17, 21-17 in a highly-charged 52-minute final to retain the All-England title.

It was a priceless win and an ecstatic Chong Wei slumped to his knees in sheer delight before rising to the thunderous applause of the fans at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham.

It was the first time that Chong Wei had beaten Lin Dan to win a major title and the record between the two archrivals now stands at 7-18.

With the win, too, Chong Wei reaffirmed his status as the world No. 1 and also hung on to the number one standing in the Super Series rankings.

And Chong Wei also became the first Malaysian to retain the All-England title since Eddy Choong pulled off the feat in 1956 and 1957.

But more importantly, the win yesterday showed that Chong Wei has the ability to come out of Lin Dan’s shadow and be a real challenger for the Olympic gold in London next year.

Lin Dan, gunning for a second consecutive Premier Super Series title after nailing the first in South Korea, got off to a smashing start but it was not too long before Chong Wei got into the groove.

Looking more confident and focused in his approach, Chong Wei piled up the pressure on the three-time world champion, often catching Lin Dan with his clever moves at the net and showing incredible defence to frustrate the Chinese.

They were tied at 8-8 and at one stage Lin Dan was affected by a bad line call and it allowed Chong Wei to pull away to 17-10.

But Lin Dan, who was ironically more interested in playing rallies than using his lethal attacking shots, fought back to 17-18. But that was as far as he went as Chong Wei snapped out of the spell to take the first game.

The second game was even tighter as both tried to outfox each other with their tight net shots and super fast counter attacks until they were tied at 17-17.

Instead of buckling under pressure like he used to before, a cool and composed Chong Wei romped home to take four points in a row to land himself a third title of the year after victories at the Super Series Masters Finals in Taiwan and Malaysia Open in January.

National coach Rashid Sidek hailed Chong Wei’s achievement as a big breakthrough.

“He played a superb game and was able to overcome the psychological barrier against Lin Dan,” he said in a telephone interview.

“He not only handle the challenge from Lin Dan well but he also executed excellent counter attacks to pressure Lin Dan. That to me is a big improvement.

“Today, Lin Dan was making most of the mistakes and he was unable to kill some of Chong Wei’s shots. Chong Wei, on the other hand, maintained a consistent pace.

“Chong Wei has always been criticised for winning the small tournaments. But this time, he defeated Lin Dan for a big one.”

Article taken from NST Online

King of All England again

Datuk Lee Chong Wei holds the trophy as he celebrates his victory over China's Lin Dan during the mens singles final of the Badminton All England Open Championships at The National Indoor Arena in Birmingham. Photo by AFP.
Datuk Lee Chong Wei holds the trophy as he celebrates his victory over China's Lin Dan during the mens singles final of the Badminton All England Open Championships at The National Indoor Arena in Birmingham. Photo by AFP.
WORLD No 1 Lee Chong Wei ground China's Olympic champion Lin Dan's hopes of a fifth All England men's singles crown into dust, triumphing in a pulsating final to retain his title in Birmingham yesterday.

The 28-year-old dropped to his knees and covered his face with his hands after clinching the final point in his 21-17, 21- 17 victory over Lin Dan for his eighth career victory over his rival to become the first Malaysian in 54 years to retain the All England title.

Chong Wei's key to yesterday's victory was his explosive start in both games, which the China shuttler failed to absorb in the 52-minute encounter.

The Penang-born began the match aggressively as it was the only way he had any hope of causing an upset.

It was tight as both players exchanged points before Chong Wei, raced ahead 11-9 before taking a healthy 18-12 lead.

But several unforced errors by Chong Wei allowed Lin Dan to reduce the deficit by a mere point but the Malaysian regained his intensity with a powerful smash to earn the final point.

There was little to separate both players in the second game but Chong Wei used his lethal smashes effectively and took a midway lead at 11-9.

Lin Dan kept digging deep and his efforts were rewarded as Chong Wei's focus started to waver, and the former world champion leveled at 17-17.

However, Chong Wei showed why he is such an exceptional performer as he regained his composure and secured the next four points to win the second game and the title.

It was Chong Wei's first victory, after two straight losses to Lin Dan, since his victory at last September's Japan Open final.

Chong Wei, who has held the World No 1 ranking since Sept, 2008, earned US$26,650 (RM79,800) for his efforts while Lin Dan received US$13,300 (RM40,440).

Friday, March 11, 2011

8.9 earthquake & tsunami hits Japan

So sad to hear such a devastating news today.. Japan was hit by 8.9 Earthquake and Tsunami. May Buddha be with everyone at this point of time. My prayers and thoughts goes out to everyone who is affected.. To all those countries that are on the alert, please be aware and be careful..

Japan was one of the most favourite countries that everyone like and is very sad to hear such a news.. Is never nice to hear all these natural disaster hitting countries.. Hope Japan and all countries that are affected recovers soon.

Houses swept by a tsunami smoulder near Sendai Airport in Japan March 11, 2011.

Kyodo / Reuters
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  • (TOKYO) — A ferocious tsunami spawned by one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded slammed Japan's eastern coast Friday, sweeping away boats, cars, homes and people, as widespread fires burned out of control. Tsunami warnings blanketed the entire Pacific, as far away as South America, Canada, Alaska and the entire U.S. West Coast.

Authorities said at least 40 people were killed and 39 missing after the magnitude 8.9 offshore quake unleashed a 23-foot (7-meter) tsunami. The quake was followed by more than 20 aftershocks for hours, most of them of more than magnitude 6.0. The death toll was likely to continue climbing given the scale of the disaster.

Dozens of cities and villages along a 1,300-mile (2,100-kilometer) stretch of coastline were shaken by violent tremors that reached as far away as Tokyo, hundreds of miles (kilometers) from the epicenter.

"The earthquake has caused major damage in broad areas in northern Japan," Prime Minister Naoto Kan said at a news conference.

Japan issued a state of emergency at a nuclear power plant after its cooling system had a mechanical failure. Trouble was reported at two other nuclear plants as well, but there was no radiation leak at any.

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said the measure at the nuclear power plant in Fukushima was a precaution and that the facility was not in immediate danger.

Even for a country used to earthquakes, this one was of horrific proportions because of the tsunami that crashed ashore, swallowing everything in its path as it surged several miles (kilometers) inland before retreating.

Large fishing boats and other sea vessels rode high waves into the cities, slamming against overpasses or scraping under them, snapping power lines along the way. Upturned and partially submerged vehicles were seen bobbing in the water. Ships anchored in ports crashed against each other.

The highways to the worst-hit coastal areas were severely damaged and communications, including telephone lines, were snapped. Train services in Tokyo and northeastern Japan were also suspended. Tokyo's Narita airport was closed indefinitely.

Jesse Johnson, a native of the U.S. state of Nevada, who lives in Chiba, north of Tokyo, was eating at a sushi restaurant with his wife when the quake hit.

"At first it didn't feel unusual, but then it went on and on. So I got myself and my wife under the table," he told The Associated Press. "I've lived in Japan for 10 years and I've never felt anything like this before. The aftershocks keep coming. It's gotten to the point where I don't know whether it's me shaking or an earthquake."

Waves of muddy waters flowed over farmland near the city of Sendai, carrying buildings, some on fire, inland as cars attempted to drive away. The apocalyptic images broadcast by Japanese TV networks appeared straight out of a Hollywood disaster movie.

Sendai airport, north of Tokyo, was inundated with cars, trucks, buses and thick mud deposited over its runways. Fires spread through a section of the city, public broadcaster NHK reported.

More than 300 houses were washed away in Ofunato City alone. Television footage showed mangled debris, uprooted trees, upturned cars and shattered timber littering streets.

The tsunami roared over embankments, washing anything in its path inland before reversing directions and carrying the cars, homes and other debris out to sea. Flames shot from some of the houses, probably because of burst gas pipes.

"Our initial assessment indicates that there has already been enormous damage," Edano said. "We will make maximum relief effort based on that assessment."

He said the Defense Ministry was sending troops to the quake-hit region. A utility aircraft and several helicopters were on the way.

A large fire erupted at the Cosmo oil refinery in Ichihara city in Chiba prefecture near Tokyo and was burning out of control with 100-foot (30 meter) -high flames whipping into the sky.

From the northeastern Japan's Miyagi prefecture, NHK showed footage of a large ship being swept away and ramming directly into a breakwater in Kesennuma city.

Also in Miyagi, a fire broke out in a turbine building of a nuclear power plant. Smoke was observed coming out of the building, which is separate from the plant's reactor, and the cause is under investigation, said Tohoku Electric Power Co. the company said.

A reactor area of a nearby plant was leaking water, the company said. But it was unclear if the leak was caused by tsunami water or something else. There were no reports of radioactive leaks at any of Japan's nuclear plants.

The U.S. Geological Survey said the 2:46 p.m. quake was a magnitude 8.9, the biggest earthquake to hit Japan since officials began keeping records in the late 1800s, and one of the biggest ever recorded in the world.

A tsunami warning was extended to a number of Pacific, Southeast Asian and Latin American nations, including Japan, Russia, Indonesia, New Zealand and Chile. In the Philippines, authorities said they expect a 3-foot (1-meter) high tsunami.

The quake struck at a depth of six miles (10 kilometers), about 80 miles (125 kilometers) off the eastern coast, the agency said. The area is 240 miles (380 kilometers) northeast of Tokyo.

In downtown Tokyo, large buildings shook violently and workers poured into the street for safety. TV footage showed a large building on fire and bellowing smoke in the Odaiba district of Tokyo. The tremor bent the upper tip of the iconic Tokyo Tower, a 1,093-foot (333-meter) steel structure inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

In central Tokyo, trains were stopped and passengers walked along the tracks to platforms. NHK said more than 4 million buildings were without power in Tokyo and its suburbs.

Large numbers of people waited at Tokyo's Shinjuku station, the world's busiest train station, for service to resume so they could go home. TV announcers urged workers not to leave their offices to prevent injuries in case of more strong aftershocks.

Osamu Akiya, 46, was working in Tokyo at his office in a trading company when the quake hit.

It sent bookshelves and computers crashing to the floor, and cracks appeared in the walls.

"I've been through many earthquakes, but I've never felt anything like this," he said. "I don't know if we'll be able to get home tonight."

Footage on NHK from their Sendai office showed employees stumbling around and books and papers crashing from desks. It also showed a glass shelter at a bus stop in Tokyo completely smashed by the quake and a weeping woman nearby being comforted by another woman.

Several quakes had hit the same region in recent days, including a 7.3 magnitude one on Wednesday that caused no damage.

Hiroshi Sato, a disaster management official in northern Iwate prefecture, said officials were having trouble getting an overall picture of the carnage.

"We don't even know the extent of damage. Roads were badly damaged and cut off as tsunami washed away debris, cars and many other things," he said.

A large section of the ceiling at the 1-year-old airport at Ibaraki, about 50 miles (80 kilometers) northeast of Tokyo, fell to the floor with a powerful crash.

Dozens of fires were reported in northern prefectures of Fukushima, Sendai, Iwate and Ibaraki. Collapsed homes and landslides were also reported in Miyagi.

Japan's worst previous quake was in 1923 in Kanto, an 8.3-magnitude temblor that killed 143,000 people, according to USGS. A 7.2-magnitude quake in Kobe city in 1996 killed 6,400 people.

Japan lies on the "Ring of Fire" — an arc of earthquake and volcanic zones stretching around the Pacific where about 90 percent of the world's quakes occur, including the one that triggered the Dec. 26, 2004, Indian Ocean tsunami that killed an estimated 230,000 people in 12 nations. A magnitude-8.8 temblor that shook central Chile last February also generated a tsunami and killed 524 people.

Associated Press writers Jay Alabaster, Mari Yamaguchi, Tomoko A. Hosaka and Yuri Kageyama contributed to this report.

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