Sunday, January 27, 2008

fish (French style)

Today , I cooked fish for lunch.

1. Wash the fish with water . Wipe out gut area with absorbent paper.

2. Score the thickest part of the fish wih some diagonal slashes. Turn fish over and slash other side.
Place lemon slices, onion slices and 2 garlic cloves (crushed) into the cavity.

3. Chop 8 tomatoes, crush 3 garlic cloves, chop 1 onion.

4. Heat 2 spoons of olive oil in a pan, add crushed garlic, chopped onion and cook.
When the onion browns, stir in 2 spoons of sugar, chopped tomatoes, one lemon juice, a cup of white wine and a small amount of salt. Cook until the sauce is thicker.

5. Rub outside of fish with olive oil and place in backing dish.
Pour sauce over the fish.

6. Bake for 20 minutes with 200 degree celcius.

7. Ready to serve. :)

Saturday, January 26, 2008

Rose in the Morning Sun!

Rose in my garden.

Cute Dendro

Light Violet Dendrobium Orchid is flowering in my garden now.

Native to Thailand.

Friday, January 25, 2008

Spring Roll

1. Cabbage, french beans, carrot and bean curd. 2. Fry with salt, sugar and soya sauce (thick).

3. Place the fried vegetable on a sheet of spring roll pastry.

4. Fold like this.

5. Raw Spring Roll is ready to serve.

6. Fried Spring Roll is ready to serve.

:D Enjoy!

Thursday, January 24, 2008


This morning, I made Samosa which is Indian food.

1. Boil the potaoes . Peel off. Mash the potatoes together with Masala and salt.

2. Chop the onion.

3. Mix chopped onion.

4. 250 mm Spring Roll Pastry.

5. Cut.

6. Put drinking water in a cup.

7. Fold like this.

8. Fill the potato mixture in the folded pastry.

9.Fold like this.

10. Use drinking water to fold finally.

11. Ready to fry.

12. Ready to serve .


Saturday, January 19, 2008

Friday, January 18, 2008


Botanical Name: Calliandra emarginata, Inga emarginata

Common Name: PowderPuff

Family : Mimosoideae / Mimosaceae

Native to Southern Mexico, Panama, Bolivia.

The name Calliandra comes from the Greek for 'beautiful stamens'.

Thursday, January 17, 2008


I am not feeling well.
I got fever.
I took sick leave and rest at home.

I love this song very much.

I don't know much , but I know I love you.
You can download here.


Look at this face
I know the years are showin’
Look at this life
I still don’t know
where it’s goin

I don't know much
But I know I love you
And that may be
All I need to know

Look at these eyes
They never seen what mattered
Look at these dreams
So beaten and so battered, hoo…ooh…

I don't know much
But I know I love you
And that may be
All I need to know

So many questions
Still left unanswered
So muchI’ve never broken through

And when I feel you near me
Sometimes I see so clearly
The only truth I’ve ever known
Is me and you

Look at this man
So blessed with inspiration
Look at this soul
Still searching for salvation

I don't know much
But I know I love you
And that may be
All I need to know

I don't know much
But I know I love you
That may be
All I need to know
I don't know much

But I know I love you
That may be
All there is to know, whoa…oh…oh…oh…ah…

morning walk

The weather was cloudy yesterday morning.

I walked to the lake in my uni campus from my office and I enjoyed the morning.

Monday, January 14, 2008

Star-Flower (Kha-Yay)

Botanical Name : Mimusops elengi

Common Name: Star-Flower, Spanish cherry

Myanmar Name: Kha-Yay

Plant Family : Sapotaceae

Large evergreen tree 10-15m tall, with a dense crown.

Dried flowers are used for skin problems. Fruits can be eaten raw.

We, Myanmar people love this flower very much for its sweet scent.

Kha-Yay tree in my Uni campus.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

New Year Sculpture

Ice Sculpture created by my friend "Ko Cho".
This sculpture was displayed at New Year Eve Event at Strand Hotel.

Saturday, January 12, 2008

miss :(

The lake in my Uni Campus!
This lake always reminds me of Inya Lake (Yangon University) I miss it very much.
I miss my days of youth.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

the lane to Uni

This lane leads to my Uni after passing the security gate .

This lane reminds me of somewhere. I miss it a lot.