Monday, December 27, 2010

25th Dec: Christmas Dinner, Church and 3 Mos of Us

WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS!
MERRY ...
MERRY ...
MERRY ...
CHRISTMAS!

God bless YOU!!
Wow, can you believe that it's Christmas already? I went to Church from 2 pm - 5.30 pm for our Christmas Celebration to remind us again what is the meaning of Christmas.

We had a guest speaker, his name is Hiroshi Sakakibara and He talked about "Holy Child" which is Jesus Christ.
As a believer, I believe Christmas is to remind us that it is all about Jesus Christ, born into this world to wash away our sins. We should have died and just burned away in Hell because of our sins but redeemed by His blood on the Holy cross.
We originally were created as creations that are Holy, but because Adam and Eve fell into sin (death) we have to suffer (experience death).

I know Christmas for those who are non-believers mean dinner, exchange gifts and Christmas tree.
But believe me, I also DID all that but not many people know the meaning of Christmas.

A person who lives under the same house, apparently know the meaning of this but it is because he said to me "I am Anti-Christian". And yes, because he knew about me as a person who believes in Jesus, he never talks to me anymore and even do not want to meet eyes with me.

I do not know what kind of grudge he has but we, who believe must forgive with all your heart.
Why? Because he does not know how it feels and yes, there are many Christians out there who do not show what it is to be a believer. A believer in Christ must have Love, Faith and Hope.

Anyways, I did not stay for the whole caroling and dine together with my fellow mates and instead, stormed off my way back to Oakhouse!

Now, enough about that. Let's move on to the dining, eating etc!!! :D

Well, we have planned this Christmas party since around 2-3 weeks ago!

We all had to make or bring something! And I made Spicy Fried Diced Chicken with Lemon Sauce. YUMMY!

It is really easy to make and it did not require a lot of time.

I prepared mine since morning such as marinating the chicken and left it wrapped with plastic until I came back from church.

The lemon sauce was easy to make it only took me just 20 minutes. The frying takes more time, I used margarine to fry so it is tastier!
Now, let's see what other people made! YEAH!!

This raw beef (I am sure there is a technical name for it), is made by Fugu Chan. He asked me to buy 2 KG of beef at Niku no Hanamasa for the price of 1500 Yen or Rupiah 150 000. Not bad ey? It was good! To be honest, i think it is kind of hard to chew hahahahahaha I mean, of course, raw beef. But the sauce was superb. You dip the meat into the sauce along with the onion.
He said that he used to make this for Christmas dinners in Canada. So there you go!


This, is Chijimi or Korean Pancake made by our Chef!
When I see this, it looks like a total easy thing to make. I mean, I think Korean and Japanese food are a lot easier to make than Indonesian food.

I know because I am Indonesian (read my profile yet? hehhehehe) and we use a lot more herbs and therefore hard to identify what kind of ingredients once you eat.

Just like Indian cuisines, they are complicated!
But I guess that's why I envy Korean and Japanese food, they are so popular because they are easy to make!!!!

This Chijimi is also dipped in the tangy sauce.
Oops, the sachets down there are my chili sauce HAHAHA.
They're my favourite chili sauce, you can mix anything with that chili sauce especially Kewpie Mayonnaise!

This is made by Park-san. Since she is Korean she made Sangeta? Geeze, I don't know how to spell! So if you know how to spell it, tell me! She made this with 2 chickens and I think this is healthy, the chicken is so tender and I love the wings and the neck the most from chickens LOL.

Fugu told me "Yeah you love the neck cos it's the fattiest"... urgh, he can really remark lots of sentences correctly and painfully :p. hahahaha
Anyways, I love this food. I think it's awesome too, oh gosh, I'm drooling.
Oh, she said she did not sprinkle any salt at all so if it is tasty it is from the chicken broth.

We have to add the salt ourselves into our bowls.

Oh and Yaya-kun made these cocktails! I told him to make Fruit Punch Bowl, but being a creative person as he is, decided to read Cocktail recipes from the Internet and made his own version for each one of us.

I am the only one who had non-alcoholic drink for the night.

But I am still grateful! hehe I am happy!!!!!



Last but not least is our Christmas Cake made by Fumie-san!!!

Here GOES.
Can you see the Santa Claus in the middle? hahaha This cake is awesome!
The sponge cake is actually squeezed in the middle with 2 compacted Chocolate layers and inside the layers are creams filled with chopped Banana and finely chopped strawberries.
OH HEAVENS!
If you think "Death by Chocolate" is the ultimate think again!
This is the true "Death by Chocolate AND Strawberries". SEXY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And we exchanged gifts!
As you can see from the picture, I got more food.

I got Chocolate Doughnuts (more chocolate!! Oh sexy high time coming up)! hahaha

And also MORE CHOCOLATE bites!

I bought some bubble baths products all for under 500 Yen in Kinshichou's Olinas.

Some people got apple and face scrub, pendant, storage box, a box of candies. It was an awesome time! I appreciate everyone's efforts we DID IT.

Now... I want to show you 2 pictures of my Christmas Tree, inside my room. I turned off the lights and it just looks pretty.
Fugu bought and decorated it for me. I am extremely happy. He even packed it away on the 26th Morning when I went to Church.
He is awesome.
And one more thing, it was our 3rd month together. Nothing special. I only gave him a card, something handmade LOL Kinda funny though lol
But he bought me these stuff.
I LOVE Teddy bears and especially Rirakkuma!!!!!!!!! He prepared this like a week in advance and was hiding it from me with the Chef LOL That brown teddy is so HUGGABLE.

I absolutely love teddy bears and the pearly-pink-hand-made teddy bear chain (phone strap) is another gift from Fugu and he goes "you need more colours in your life so I bought you the pink teddy bear"
SPOT ON BABE! lol
And lastly, that bear actually has a zipper behind it and I felt a box is stuffed inside.
And it turned out to be an antique watch and I love it.
I love anything that is antique, unique and this has to be one of it. He said that he looked at it and caught his attention cos it's different. And I wear it everyday but don't worry Mom, I still wear the watch we bought in Kyoto! I love that purple watch too because it is bigger LOL.

I felt bad that I did not give anything to him but then at that time he said "But you know, it is fair enough, i gave you presents with no card but you gave me card."
So I guess even though we are 180 degrees different like North and South Pole, I guess we actually complete each other in a sense that no one can understand. LOL

So this Christmas has been an amazing event. LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!!!!!!!

I hope you all have an amazing time and that you are not alone, especially when you read this I hope the warmth that I had is being transferred into your heart.

God bless.
XOXO
LOve,
SASA

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Shu Uemura 2010 Christmas Collection

Shu oh Shu......................................... What can I say about Shu?
Shu Uemura's been my favourite make-up brand ever since I discovered his pencil concealer.
After that, I just fell in love one by one, his Foundation Architect which I am onto my 2nd bottle and now his Christmas 2010 Make up Collection.
For your information, I only bought 2 items. This palette above, and the deck-built lip gloss-lip stick.




Then of course the colours!!! I chose this palette instead of the more glamorous one because EVERYONE IS JUST BORING.
Yes, BORING!

Same colours, same gold - brown - colours, put some COLOURS in your life i mean Face :p
hahahaha

Anyways, The turquoise blue, the gray glitter colour and the slightly aquamarine blue are super soft and easy to apply and I have to inform that they stay on!

It is better if you use primer first as base then apply your eye-shadows.
The 2 colours at the sides are your eyeliner as well as highlighter. The darker one is the eyeliner which is brownish colour, while the light beige colour is for highlighting I think.

I guess I am not that good in reviewing make up ey? hahahaha I only know how to apply. LOL
I have not used the brushes because I hate using palette brushes, I think they're just there to fill up the compact. But, I don't know maybe some of you have used it before? I don't know the quality of Shu's brushes but I hope to get some feedback on that.


This is the lipgloss that I picked and I AM IN LOVE.
I have always LOVED RED. RED LIPs is my trademark (when going out) and I always need to have RED lipsticks in my make-up container, everywhere... I have one from Benefit and this one from Shu.

I looked at the other lipglosses, they are pretty but they're too dolly-colours for me. I think there is this pink one that LOOKS oh so pretty and princessy, but I am a bit of a tomboy and I prefer bold colour.

Not only pink, they also have another set ( so in total there are 3) which is peach colour, but nah, I have one from MAC.

SO I love this one so much and you can build up the colour from light red up to deep red. Just use your finger or lip brush.
But since the red lipstick is matte based, it's better to use primer/lipbalm first then apply the lippy--> lipgloss.
Btw, when I am writing this blog, there is this dog that keeps howling whenever those AC-Television-Furnitures cars prowling around the hood. They use these BIG microphones so people can hear them coming to call them over and pick up unused electricity appliances etc.

But really, THEY'RE LOUD... babies can cry and jump from their sleep because of their loud noises! ARGH... :p
Oh well, kinda used to it since the Japanese politicians often do the same as well, with their cars and Travel around making speeches.

I wonder why Australia would not do the same? Maybe some of us might be too aggressive so when we see one we'll jump straight at them? Phewww...!! Tough being an OZ but gotta be proud as well right? hehehe

Anyway, lastly, I would like to show the video of the Shu Uemura 2010 Christmas Collection so that you can see their advertisement video. PLUS:::::: THEIR LINK in Japanese.


I am sure there is an English text but since I am in Japan and want to practice my eyes in Japanese, I gotta post it in Japanese. Oh, you can also get the prices from the website.

http://www.xmas-shuuemura.jp/#fortune

There you go!

Thanks for reading lovelies!

XOXO
Love,
Sasa





Saturday, December 11, 2010

24th Birthday in JAPAN!!





HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME! HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME!

THIS is my 24th birthday celebrated in Japan, it's my 2nd time so, it feels as if I am in Japan for 2 years but actually not. It's just that my birthday is in December (7th to be exact!!) so I get to celebrate it!


So this is the people who celebrated my birthday with me!!! We made CHEESE FONDUE for the night!!! YEAY!!

And with generous KANPAI(s) with NO-ALCOHOL, because I am alcohol intolerant, we started our dining!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! hehehe

The cheese was OK, as usual, Cheese or any dairy products in Japan is very weak in taste, it felt as if I was eating cream instead. LOL not cheese.
But since everybody was so nice, I love them alot, it really made my day!

And, since Fugu-chan worked like crazy during last week, I assumed he is not going to come AT ALL.

But HE CAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Only spent 2 hours in Tokyo and back to Tochigi which takes like 1.5 hours by Shinkansen one way.
He ordered this cake which says "Mellissa, we love you".

So sweet, and he gave me 2 presents. (One was like 2 weeks ago and another one on my birthday).

Everybody knew he was gonna come except me of course, and it was a pleasant surprise.
I was really touched but I am just the type of person who can not cry unless something upsets me badly.So here is me and him with my cake with a birthday song in the background!
And, FYI, Fugu-chan decorated the whole room with balloons and it took him the whole day, and I think it was the day when I did my JLPT test.

Thank you EVERYONE, I LOVE ALL OF YOU.
And Especially Fugu chan, the love of my life.

Now, I wonder whose cake this is, since I am not 23 years old! hahahahhahahha
This lady is actually a friend of mine, she's from Korea and her birthday is on the 8th which is exactly next to my birthday.

So at the exact 12 AM, we knocked on her door, sang her happy birthday and made her blew candles. Then we went downstairs (again) to cut her cake heheheheheehheeeeeeeeeeeeee
She's a sweet girl!
Me and her..... with her cake. hehehehe I gave her a neck-warmer present so that she doesn't feel cold. Love her to bits since she's cute.
All of us eating Fondue hahahahahahahahaha

I think this is one of the sweetest birthdays I had, it was a fond memory to have a special day celebrated with your friends and your beloved.

Thank you God for this opportunity and please bless everyone with happiness even though we may face a lot of upcoming troubles in the future.

IT WAS A DAMN AWESOME 24TH birthday..!!!!

Oh, a friend of mine also wrote me a poem, he wrote this 25 lines of poem by himself.
And also a necklace by the same person with my initial 'M'.
He's awesome.

Sorry this post is not really about Japan but about myself and OAKHOUSE RYOGOKU.
I hope you like what you read and that this house is totally awesome.

XOXOXO
love,
Sasa

Monday, December 6, 2010

New HairStyle!!!!!

NEW HAIRSTYLE ALERT!!!! ALERT!!!!ALERT!!!!ALERT!!!!ALERT!!!!ALERT!!!!ALERT!!!!ALERT!!!!ALERT!!!!ALERT!!!!ALERT!!!!ALERT!!!!

Yes, I had a new haircut!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

How do you like it ladies and gentlemen?

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>>>>>>>>>BEFORE












AFTER>>>

I AM VERY HAPPY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I have to admit I found the hair salon through a lot of vain for example I went through the Hot Pepper magazine, lurking around Shibuya, Kinshichou and Ryougoku.

Then, I figured that I should try searching in the Internet, I finally found it.
It is called

Watanabe Hair Salon
Address: Sun Beauty Harajuku B1
2-25-6 Jingumae Shibuya-Ku Tokyo 150-0001 Japan
Telephone: 03-3405-1188
Fax: 03-5411-5633
Website: www.watanabe-hair.com

I went to their website and pulled out my courage to call their English-line and ended up talking in Japanese because well, I want to practice my Japanese. hehehe

Anyways, they asked "do you have any preference on who you want to get a haircut with?"
I said the Art Director which is famously called by the name of "Chie Funakura".

We have a splendid time chatting in this underground salon!
It was not that hard to find this salon if you follow the directions on the website.
But what I found most interesting is the entrance INTO the salon.

The entrance is decorated with the Salon's placard, and it was black slogan, entrance was dark and gloomy, it was awesomely mysterious. I mean it evokes my curiousity!!
After the entrance you will be greeted by a portrait of this lady (below).
Then you will descend the stairs and there you go through your usual regime in salons.
You leave your things with them and you will start on having one-on-one consultation time with your hairdresser.

I wanted to have this Fresh, New Life ! That was my THEME, so I believe she pictured this concept and I believe she executed everything splendid!
My Hairdresser can speak English well because she used to live in London before for 4 years and she has heaps of experience and it is easy to talk to her.
So you do not need to worry on communicating because I know how hard it is to get a real nice haircut according to your wishes and I think Chie-san understands this COMPLETELY.

The person who shampooed my hair is really nice too, Unfortunately I did not get to catch his name at all.
He had Indonesian friends before and loved Mie Goreng so we had a good fun talk as well.

I can ensure you, YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED.

Chie Funakura has MADE my DAY better for ever and ever :D

Oh, by the way do you know that when I stepped outside and crossed the Harajuku St back to Takeshita Street, I got approached by a woman who asked for my hair.
She clearly identified that 'oH You just got a new haircut, it looks really nice. and bla bla bla"

I wrote bla bla bla because after that I do not understand one thing she said! hahaha
So I will just take it as a praise. :D

I paid a good amount but I think it's worth it.
This is my 2nd time going to a hairsalon in Japan and trust me, I will keep on going back to this Salon as long as I am in Japan, no matter if I live in Okinawa hehe Just kidding.

Alright, This is just an update on my looks!!! Everybody was amazed even Fuguchan said "You look prettier and different".

Yeah I took it as him saying that he got a new girl (but actually same girl just different hairstyle) hehehehehehehehehe

Thank you Watanabe Hair Salon and Chie!

PS: if you want to go there, please make an appointment so that you can have an enjoyable time chatting with your hair dresser. :)

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Tsukiji Party


On the Wednesday of 勤労感謝の日(Labor Thanksgiving Day) which is the 23rd of November, I went out with my Church friends to Tsukiji. Since it is a public holiday, we decided to go to Sushizanmai!
(LEFT): In front of me: Stella --> her friend, Scan, Mac.
(Right): Me, Victor, Aji, Franky.

Sushizanmai is A Sushi-chained-restaurant, and pretty well-known here in Tokyo. They have 3 restaurants in Tsukiji and I went to the Honten (the mother resto).
They open 24/7, HALLELUJAH to SUSHI and SUSHIZANMAI. LOLLLLLL

I succeeded in persuading the 3 people on my table to eat ABURITORO, SHAKO and AKAGAI.
hahahahahahhahahahahhahahaha

How to get to Tsukiji:
-By Hibiya Sen (subway): Get off at H10 (Tsukiji Station/ Tsukiji Eki), take Exit 1 and walk pass Hongan-Ji (the European Temple looking building) and cross the Big Intersection.
(U only need to walk straight no right or left turns/crossings) and you will directly see the big placard SUSHIZANMAI.

- By Oedo Sen (subway): Get off at TsukijiShijo Station and follow directions. l

Since it is located in the outer market of Tsukiji Fish Market, you can also look around after eating your meal with a tummy full of fish hehehehe

I feel so happy that they took me out.
I felt so entertained and feel so burden-free! They all missed me so much since most of them haven't seen me for 3 weeks!!
And especially it is MAGURO(tuna)-EATING-TIME. LOL

I thought it will be an -all Indonesian lunch gathering but instead, my friend brought her Japanese friend who is her classmate!

I ended up paying 2400 Yen per person and we had 4 people.
Me, Stella, Asuza and Victor. hahahaha

I think Vic always has this "I am ready" pose everytime I try to take picture LOL. What an awesome poser :P

I think the picture below is hilarious!!!
You know that if you take the Oedo Sen (Subway), their exit @ the RYOGOKU Station will present you with this FREE Sumo booth to take pics with your friends!

Just like what I DID! hahahahahaha
We are all kinda fit to be sumo wrestlers hahahaha
They all wanted to come into my house but I think Oakhouse will break loose, trying to with held our weight. LOL

They wanted me to go with them to Asakusa to sing @ Karaoke and just walk about along the Sumida-river, but I didn't go. I studied instead.

It was refreshing after many things happened.
I know things will never go back the way it used to be.....................
But hey, regret always comes last.

Just focus on the future you know. LOL
Love
XOXO
SASA

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Korean BBQ In Oakhouse Ryogoku!

On Saturday the 20th, we had a KOREAN BBQ Party!!!!



Damn Awesome! The master chef, Choi-san (Left) from Korea is so nice he bought all these awesome awesome Korean meat, and made 2 types of soup for us here the residents of Oakhouse Ryogoku!

We had all the salad lined up, the soy-paste, the yummiest slices of grilled beef, the super mouth-salivating soup and rice, it was just never ending party!

I told him that we should have this once per month but he said that the next time we have one it will be me (Indonesian food).
Geeze, making traditional food is NEVER easy.
Oh, before we started I made a starter it was Fried Chicken Mayonnaise. Everyone LOVED IT.
Here is the picture! (above!).
LOL
Then, I received a cocoa-coated chocolate cake from Fugu-chan, he brought it to me in the morning. He said that he bought it on the lobby of the fanciest hotel in Ryogoku. LOL
It costs him a lot he said. LOL
The Master Chef is the one on the far right and thanks Fugu chan for taking the pic. LOL
Too bad, Kan-chan came late and Nii-chan did not come at all or maybe because I was gone already to bed... LOL
I wonder why I am not a strong drinker.
There are more pictures that depict the awesomeness but my iphone camera does not fit every single thing so this will do!!!
AGAIN, this is superb divine food that might envy your eyes, your tongue, your hands and your TUMMY.

I loveeeeeeeeeeeee FOOD! LOL
SO... happy reading !!!

XOXO
Sasa

Friday, November 12, 2010

KanChan's Birthday!


HAPPY BIRTHDAY KAN-CHAN


So today's my housemate's birthday! We celebrated her 23rd in a really marine-life-look alike restaurant! The entire atmosphere is comfortable enough and the lights are dimmed to create the under the sea effect!


This is inside the room and behind it is an aquarium.

We had nomihoudai which is "all you can drink" + food enough for 5 persons.

For 2 hours we paid 3500 Yen and really loved it!

We all had fun taking turns to ask Kan-chan a question about herself!
And, it was great finding out more info from her.LOL

This restaurant is located in Yurakuchou, so basically you have to ride the train on Yamanote-Line.

The address, hmm... I will give you the details if you post me a message requesting for the details.

I am not really fond of dark rooms but I think it is quite romantic just to eat casually on a Friday night.

On the right here is Yaya, Me and Choi-san (from Korea).

With 3500 yen with your friends surrounding you, I don't think anyone will sulk on their birthday!

You made wishes, move on, and suddenly you're one year older.

Life passes you in a blink of an eye.
But life would be a waste without having fun and enjoying what life has to offer you.

TONIKAKU!!
This is Yurakuchou at night, Yurakuchou is in Tokyo! Just after Tokyo Station and next to Ginza!!!
Really pretty huh?!!!!!!

hahaha

And lastly, A picture of me, wearing make-up.
Foundation liquid: Shu Uemura Liquid Foundation Architect
Powder: Revlon
Eyes: all Maquillage Bright Contrast Eyes
Lips: Revlon

Have Fun Reading people!

XOXO
Sasa

Friday, November 5, 2010

Piling Up Days





Haha, I am reminiscing my days in Chiba Dormitory! This pic was taken on the day of Thanksgiving I believe, urgh, I forgot!
I miss everyone in Chiba University.

Anyway, the end of the week is already here and I am sure we are all tired.
Unlike in Australia, Japan is a country where people constantly work 24/7, NOT literally 24/7 but maybe 16/7. hahaha

Most companies still require their employees to come in during the weekends but I believe it is unhealthy.
Around yesterday, I was standing near the exit door beside a really SLEEPY MAN.

I mean, he was sleeping - standing and I can guarantee you if the train door kept closed, I am sure he would've fallen to the ground and just snored away. lol

If I have a company, I would give appropriate treatments to my subordinates, making sure they work in their most optimum conditions.
LACK of SLEEP = Moody, Stressful, Lacking Team Effort, Introvert and trigger many health issues.

Apart from that, I should watch my own health!!!

I have announcements to make!
(YEAY TO HAPPINESS)

1. I am going to start my GYM Regime again! YEAY!! And I will be making video blog about my weight loss once per week on Youtube.

2. I just applied for work permission today in the school for shuushoku seikatsu! (Finding employment!). I have gunned myself with certificates from 2 prestigious universities (University of Sydney and Chiba University), better try than do nothing right?

3. Going to do Nihongo Nouryoku Shiken N2 this upcoming December!

More exciting stuff is this weekend! I am going to watch a Theatrical play (演劇)called Monro.
On Saturday at 5 pm in Shinjuku with Mr.Fugu!
I am looking forward to that!!

Apart from that, Tokyo is getting really cold, it was 11 Degrees Celcius and people have been wearing scarves and long jackets.

Oh yes, Japanese women wear a lot of boots but the other day I saw a short program on how Wearing Boots for too long leads to Swollen feet because boot soles are flat and the space for the calves is inadequate for the calves to move.

Especially if you sit and work in the Office for 5 hours with occasional walks to the toilets, your ankles can swell up to 2-3 cm in addition to your normal ankle measurements.

So how do you solve this?
According to the program, you have to massage your feet, ankles, and to make circles with your ankles and it will return to its original state.

WOW! I don't have boots, I guess I will never have this problem. LOL
Japanese women' shoes size is much too small for me. Only 22.5-24.5 cm. And I usually go for 25.5 to 26 cm!
(I know I am just putting random pics) LOL

This is why I have to go to International brands like H&M, Zara etc.

But, I was lurking around in 0101 Department Store in Kinshichou the other day and I saw a boutique for larger feet!
Maybe I should try going there.

Anyways, since the past 3 days have been really nice!! I am going to do my 2nd round of laundry and plan my study for my upcoming Exam.

Yeah, I succumbed to my friend's request to do the exam on Monday.
So plenty of time for me to study!

YEAH!!

Love y'all God bless

XOXO
Sasa

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Halloween Day


After almost 3.5 weeks not seeing Mr.Fugu cos he was on a business trip to Mie, we finally met up!

Yes yes, alot of arguing but also a lot of memories that need to be cherished were made!
I can assure you that! (FROM THE ARGUMENTS we had).

Me and Fugu are total complete Definite Opposites in E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G.
But hey, that what makes life interesting isn't it.
If not, it will be boring. :D

Neways, he came 2 days before Halloween and it is so thoughtful of him to celebrate Halloween by buying me cute candles.


And not only that, he bought me a Studying Charm from the famous Ise Shrine which is located in Mie-ken Prefecture to dedicate Japan's Goddess called Amaterasu.

And he also bought me jelly Halloween stickers and stick them all over in my room. I KINDA feel my room is a bit spooky now hahahahaha
But anyways, I love them, even though I was kind of wishing more.
He did not even give me a specific present for my graduation. LOL

Nevertheless, I should be grateful enough.

More updates from me later on. Just hold on
XOXO
Sasa

Friday, October 29, 2010

Graduation Day in Hong Kong


Dear fellow readers,

I have finally graduated after grueling years in the University of Sydney as one of the Bachelor of Arts students from 2006-2010. Sounds long?
Because I saved up credits to apply for the Chiba University 2009-2010.

I missed out on the 8th of October 2010 graduation and instead went to the one in Hong Kong, JW Marriott Hotel on the 26th at 7 pm.

Check out my photo:
I will make this world a better place.
With my intelligence and God's blessing, I hope I can be of use to the world and to the people around me and make my parents proud.

Thank you for viewing my blog.
And Long live USYD and Japanese Studies and IR/HRM

XOXO
Sasa

Ps: I have fever for 2 days now. T_T

Thursday, October 21, 2010

My dinner for tonight!!

My version of : LAWSON'S UDON NOODLE SOUP
LOL...

I bought the udon, the udon sauce, the seaweed, the eggs everything from the 100 Yen shop

Don't you just love 100 yen shop in Japan? LOL

Well how to make?

1. Boil one packet of udon.
2. Pour the Udon sauce (it comes in a bottle and says Udon Tsuyu).
(It depends on your liking, if you like it salty, pour more, if not then less is better. So it is always BETTER to pour less first and later on building it up little by little).
3. Crack the egg and just put it in along with the udon and boil together.
4. When the udon is soft and the egg is done (1/2 cooked or hard boiled), pour them into your bowl.

Additional:
-Add seaweed!! (I used dried seaweed but with hot water they go back to their original state).
-Add chili oil.
-Add more chili Powder
(I AM A CHILI /SPICY CHICK). :p

So there YOU GO.
EASY dinner/lunch for a chilly night in Japan.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

September Love




Long time no Post.

Many things happened!!!

What are they?

1. I failed my final exam but I re-did it last Monday and passed it. Now I am in ADVANCED JAPANESE CLASS and oh my God they're hard.

2. I went back to Sydney for 2 weeks SO ....it's like BINGE-EATING non stop..lol and as a result.....*see point #3*

3. I gained another 4 kilos.

4. My graduation will be held in Hong Kong with no friends except my family.

5. I found the love of my life... :D
This is him.

I have a lot of things to do for the future so, a good plan should be written and be done.

Oh btw, I just made a poem it's in indonesian and called "Rindu".

Here it is

Rindu padamu

Bagai teriris ujung pisau

Perih meresap

Ke dalam pembuluh darah

Rindu yang panjang

Seakan memalu hati

Meleleh rasa hati jiwa

Menggapai mencoba mencari

Rindu-ku

Begitu pilu

Sampai air mata

Dan kata hanya terbata


Because fugu-chyan (yes I gave him that nickname) always goes awaaaaaaaaaaaay on Shucchou (business trips) to here, there, everywhere.... I always miss him greatly.

That is when things go bad, my mind just starts eating my heart.
LOL

But I want to think positively from now on.

Apart from that, I am looking forward to my graduation in Hong Kong on the 26th of October WOOOOOHOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

HEHE

okay,
see you all..
XOXO
Sasa