Monthly Archives: April 2012

‘Red Army’ Soviet Infantry Boxed Set from Bolt Action – Warlord Games (painted)

Regarding my earlier post on the above, I’ve finally completed the initial painting of the Soviet infantry set – with some bit of shading and other sprucing up to do (including basing). The pictures of the completed set (with white … Continue reading

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Ong Lai Goh Kee, Lorong Tiong Nam 3 (off Jalan Raja Laut)

This restaurant, tucked away from the main road is well-known to most KL folk for its steamed fish head and its fish-head noodles. The Tiong Nam area (developed in the 1960s) may not necessarily ring a bell with most Klang … Continue reading

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Osprey Publishing – ‘Imperial Japanese Navy Battleships 1941 – 1945’ and ‘Imperial Japanese Navy Aircraft Carriers 1921 – 1945’

These are the first books that I’ve bought pertaining to the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) and also the first volumes from Osprey Publishing. I’ve scoped out the books before on other websites and decided that since the little that I … Continue reading

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‘Red Army’ Soviet Infantry Boxed Set from Bolt Action – Warlord Games

I’ve been playing the ‘Flames of War’ game for quite some time now on the side of Soviet Red Army although I haven’t been busy painting the unfinished soldiers of the Rifle Company. Add to that list two more blister … Continue reading

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Arsenal is coming back to Kuala Lumpur in 2012!

Last year on 13 July, the Arsenal was on tour in Malaysia and played against the national side XI on 13 July 2012 at the Bukit Jalil Stadium (report here). The official site today announced that the Gunners are scheduled … Continue reading

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Kjeldsens Oat and Cranberry Cookies

I saw this packet of cookies on promotion when I was at Guardian pharmacy yesterday for RM3.99 each. As it was by the famous butter cookie manufacturer, I thought to give it a try. Packaged in four stacks with three … Continue reading

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Arsenal v. Manchester City 1-0 (8 April 2012)

What an amazing effect a win could have to the beginning of the week. The game ended at 1 a.m. Malaysia time on Monday morning and while it was a work day, it was worth it. Although it was not … Continue reading

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Tintin and Alph-Art (Review)

I drew lots of comics when I was at the age of 9 to 12 – it could be about two kung-fu fighting dudes by the sonorous names of ‘Lee & Lim’ or about a bunch of five fearsome but … Continue reading

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