Life Journal

If you're interested in reading my reflections on the Life Journal Bible readings, check out Ian's Life Journal blog.

Saturday, 24 May 2014

Mysterious tiny floating ball

Seen at the Faculty of Computing & Informatics, a mysterious tiny floating ball.



I think it's caught on an invisible strand of spiderweb.

Monday, 5 May 2014

Little blessings

Appreciating #LittleBlessings

This drinking water dispenser is next to the men's toilet near my office. It's a nice little blessing that I can put it there to fill, go in, pee, wash my hands, and come out and it'll be EXACTLY filled! EVERY SINGLE TIME (ok, sometimes, I'm slightly faster and I have to wait half a second.)

(Yes, I know this photo shows it slightly over-full, but that's because I took time to take my cell phone out to take this photo )

Monday, 3 March 2014

The Mist... I mean, The Haze


The haze is back... this photo is of KLCC, but it's also bad here in Cyberjaya... Below is a real unedited photo I took on my way to work this morning.... can look directly at the sun...


The Haze
The Mist

Monday, 20 January 2014

The T-Rex that looks at you...

This is an optical illusion you can make out of paper. As you walk around it, the head of the T-Rexes appears to turn and look at you.

I made them for Joni & Hannah to enjoy.
Thanks to Brusspup for the template.
GreenT-RexRed T-rexBlue T-rex

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Merry Christmas 2013

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
We also performed in church for Christmas:

Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Mama Mia! A new way to look at angklungs -- you won't Beat It!

The angklung is a traditional Malaysian/Indonesian folk instrument made from bamboo. You rattle it to make it make a sound, and need a whole bunch of them to make the different notes.

On Sunday 27 October 2013, a charity we support, TOUCH Community Services (of Selangor, not to be confused with another charity of the same name in Singapore) had their annual fundraising dinner and this talented brother and sister teenagers came and did this energetic performance of Abba's Mama Mia and Michael Jackson's Beat It on angklungs.

The angklung is a traditional Malaysian and Indonesian instrument made from bamboo. This teen brother and sister did an amazing job playing energetic pop songs using this ancient traditional instrument.

These talented teens, Jorinn Chee Ka-Yee (19 years old) and Gelvinn Chee Ka-Shing (16 years old), also played several songs from different cultures before I started recording, as well as performed magic acts and dances.

TOUCH Community Services in Selangor ministers to single mothers and their children in Kinrara Puchong (Harvest of Love) and Petaling Jaya (Naomi Connection), elderly (d'Happy Club), disabled (Shiloh House), and provides below-cost dialysis (Persatuan Dialisis Touch Petaling Jaya).