Abang Yasir’s Wedding Celebration

16 12 2010

Abang Yasir, Kak Aisyah, her parents and family members.

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On December 12, 2010 I attended Abang Yasir’s wedding celebration at Taman Maluri, Kuala Lumpur.

The bride’s name is Kak Aisyah.ย 

Abang Yasir is Aunty Alini’s and Uncle Dollah’s son.

A photo of Uncle Dollah, Kashah, Kaman, Kafah and I at the wedding.

I ate briani rice and roast chicken.

The chicken was very, very tasty.

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The delicious roast chicken.

I met Abang Iki, Abang Amir, Aunty Norhani, Uncle Basry, Kak Shida, Uncle Borhan, Aunty Nor, Uncle Nazli, Teacher Shomi and many more.

I thought Pak Ghani was over there too, but he was not.

Maybe Uncle Dollah forgot to invite him…

Anyway, I am very happy because Kak Shida has been reading my blog ๐Ÿ™‚





Sweet, Red Malaysian Cherry

2 04 2010

Last year I went to Kuala Ibai in Kuala Terengganu to visit Pak Ghani.


Over there I saw some cherry trees.

They are Malaysian cherries.

There are lots of ripe cherries on the trees.


Pak Ghani told me to pluck the red cherries.


The ripe cherries are red and sweet.

The cherries are soft but their skin are a bit hard ๐Ÿ˜•


Inside the fruits there are a lot of very tiny seeds.

Malaysian cherries are small, not like the cherries in USA.

Cherries in USA


There are a lot of cherry trees in Malaysia.

There are some cherry trees in Ampang Hilir Lake Garden where I jog every week ๐Ÿ™‚


We should not pluck the fruits and flowers in the parks.








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