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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

MTV WORLD STAGE 2013!

I recently went to MTV WORLD STAGE which was held in Sunway Lagoon. I was with my cousins and sister, thank God for last minute passes, my sister and I managed to get in! The concert started at 7.30pm on the dot which is a +1 cos they started on time! 











Our local hip hop act, Flizzow came out as the opening act, I remember singing along "Untukmu" and but of course when they sang "Who Do It Better". I think by now everyone knows that I'm a huge fan of Sonaone cos, eh what am I kidding I don't need to tell you why :P haha okay Audrey, moving on. To tell you the truth, I'm not a fan of Kpop, so when EXO came out (I can say, 40% of the crowds are girls that go cray cray over them lol) I wasn't that excited. There were 12 of them, I mean 12 group members of EXO. Can you imagine how packed the stage were? Haha they sang like 4 songs if I'm not mistaken. Far East Movement killed it! They were awesome! Since most of their songs are on radio almost always, I didn't realize it but I memorized their lyrics (super powahhh hahaha). "Like A G6" is  of course the highlight of the show cos everyone sang along! I couldn't remember how many songs they performed cos I was dancing and singing along, I remember having a good time! Hehe so the final act, Robin Thicke came out and he introduced himself repeatedly and by doing that, you know he's one humble person cos we know you who are!! Remember the twerking with Miley Cyrus on VMA? And now he's here live!! That's the thought that I was having that night hahaha remember when I said, 40% of the crowd are fans of EXO? Yea, they left after EXO performed and we managed to squeeze in near the stage! And I was so close to Robin Thicke when he sang "Blurred Lines"!! I have a instavid to prove that! After writing all of these I forgot one important detail, when I arrived the Surf Beach in Sunway Lagoon, my iPhone's on 20% and I thought hey, here's my powerbank. Yes my powerbank was inside my bank. So it's a go, I still can take selfies and all. I took out my powerbank and there I was with the wrong cable to charge my iPhone -_- now imagine. 




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Monday, January 7, 2013

My review on The KadazanDusun Story

The KadazanDusun Story is an interesting documentary which everyone in general should watch especially the youth nowadays. It creates awareness about the importance of knowing and at the same time learn a thing or two about our roots. The world we are living in today are technologically improved and everyone is into social media. But it's always nice and wise to go back to basic & learn about our roots & heritage. The tradition that was practiced back then, we can always try our best to apply it on daily basis so that it won't become extinct in decades to come. I'm positively sure that 50% of us here right now are not aware of the importance of our roots. Some might think it's a shame to speak our mother tongue. How many of you can actually speak the actual language of your roots? I, myself, I regret the fact that I can't really speak moreover communicate using the native Kadazan language. But it's never too late to learn, because everyday is a learning process.


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