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Re: informati*c College ???
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Can try the chee cheong fun in thian court lar, although it is quite expensive, but i think it is worth.

Posted on: 2003/12/5 1:59
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Re: informati*c College ???
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Degree in computer science..
wow..hmm...
I found lots and lots and lots of IT jobs everyday in STAR newspaper..

I suggest you check it out before you come here so it would save your time and trouble.

As for mine.. I did asked several I.T companies i know, currently they don't have any open vacancies.

Cookies from KLCC? tat one maybe can.. but chee cheong fun..how to tapao oh... bring back to Kuching..become like chao kueh ki..
ahahhahah

Posted on: 2003/12/5 11:38
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Re: informati*c College ???
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Not only become char kueh,but will looks like glue liaw lor

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Haha, kidding only, webmaster.

Modicas, sorry but i don't like Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun - not so nice to me. I prefer the authentic KL style ccf. Your choice of how many pieces of "Fun" plus the other ingredients of your choice - fishball, fried foo chuk phei, ohhhh... so lost ! and not forgetting, the sauce - your choice of sweet sauce with or w/o curry sauce or chili sauce.

Ooooh lala





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Re: informati*c College ???
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Yalor... beside it is cheap too, i prefer the "Sweet Sacue" - Tian Jiang when served with chee cheong fun

Posted on: 2003/12/5 17:57
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Ohh..you mean tat typical chee cheong fun har..
lol i tot u mean the one like what kuching does..

KL loklok style of CCF...
fuh~.. i ate tat for breakfast almost everymorning..
muak liaw..think tats enough for me..

hehehhe
ahhahahaha

Posted on: 2003/12/5 21:57
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Re: informati*c College ???
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Walao eh, lok lok every morning, if i am u, sure i oledi become "ki siao"

Posted on: 2003/12/6 1:54
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ahhaha almost liaw....
now i stop already.. i eat cha sio pau :hardcore:

Posted on: 2003/12/6 9:21
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ngaitii... eat char siew noodle better lar... or mamak stall

Posted on: 2003/12/6 10:18
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Wahhh, you so lucky, get to eat CCF every day.

For me, no way i'll get bored eating that. mmm mmm

Other food that i love from KL - Roti Planta (here in kuching not nice la), Pan Mee, Wantan Mee in Pan with Fried Sotong (only available in Pandan Indah but the coffeeshop bo liau :<), Siew Yuk Fan (Sio Bak Peng - also in Pandan Indah, wahhh, the fat really melts in your mouth, tasty).

Other appetizing food are :-

a) Pretzels at one of KLCC kiosk (forgot the name, Annie i think). Try sour cream or glazed.
b) Mrs Field's cookies and brownies at KLCC. Yummy and so chocolatie
c) A delicious sandwich at Delifrance
d) Shakey's pizza at Bintang Plaza. Try the four seasons
e) La la mee (not for me but a lot of ppl love it). La la is one type of soft shell white,beige clams.
f) I prefer Cantonese style bbq meat such as Cha Sio. This type, the color is more like O O red and a bit sweet outside. Look appetizing and taste appetizing too. HK Noodle House at Saberkas use these type of Cha Sio but they always cut it into very large pieces.


And other foods.. need to think first and then let you all know.









:zorro:

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