Showing posts from December, 2007

Farewell 2007.... Welcome 2008!

2007 was a great year for races but not so good on work related.

2007 races & activities
A'Famosa TriathlonOrange RunBukit Merah TriathlonNew Balance PacesettersPenang Bridge MarathonRMC Sg Besi - PD ride Seremban Half-MarathonPort Dickson TriathlonAdidas King of the RoadPJ Half MarathonSubang Jaya 10kMizuno Wave 10kHmm... not that many actually compare to Ala but wifey thinks these are too much already. This year my resolution is to take along my family for races outside KL like Zabil always did with his family. This is to maintain my quality time with my family.

2007 work related

I quited Frost in February and joined IDC on the same month. Some good things I gained from working in IDC are works exposure & opportunities to travel overseas. I have traveled to Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Indonesia & Australia.Although I only worked for 11 months in IDC but I felt like 2-3 years there. This is due to heavy workload and very stressful job. To channel out my stress I took …

Family outing on X'mas day

Working in IDC really stress me out, so during this holiday season i took the whole family to in-door theme park at Berjaya Times square. The kids were so happy and I owed them this treat for a very long time.

My 2 boys, Ian & Dmi

Very kamcheng brotherhood

Future rockstars!


No no no.... not Human Resource Management. HRM stands for Heart Rate Monitor. I bought it from EBay and it was bloody cheap even after include the shipping charge. The model is Casio Phys CHR-200. Couldn't find it here in Malaysia but a friend bought one model below (CHR-100) in the Tokyo cost RM450, and the same model as mine is around RM600 but I got for less than RM200. Plus shipping, it still cheaper. A bit too complicated to use but... hey trained engineer should know how to read manual rite?

This morning officially used it for the first time. My comment.... for a product that would normally cost me arms & legs but got it just for a thumb, I think it's AWESOME!!! HRM with the largest memory bank ever made and big screen to see the number clearly. I couldn't keep my eyes off the watch looking at heart beat changing every time I change my pace. So impressed with the technology. Recommend to all my friends out there to get one, especially those seriously want to los…