About The Devil

About the Devil: Missy ZEE
- A super blur gal on the wrong side of twenties who eats too much but exercises too little, spends too much but earns too little, and acts too fast but thinks too slow.

Current Location: Samba Land, SA.

Current Deed: Job Assignment in Brasil.

Devilish Indulgence: sleeping / travelling ard the world / good movies / good books / playing wif cammie / ice-cream n chocolate / retail therapy / exploring & experiencing new things / falling in love / rolling with zico / singing in the shower

Expertise: sleeping / eating / self-encouraging / forgetting names / losing things / procrastinating / lending a listening ears / bullying zico / shopping

Current Favs : Singer-Corrine Bailey Rae.Jack Johnson.Ben Harper.Damien Rice. Eason Chan / Book-Marley and Me.Angels and Demons / Actor-Eric Bana.Jude Law / Accessory-Sun Glasses.Watch

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Chinese New Year Decoration

Date : Monday, February 26, 2007
Time : 1:34 PM


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posted by the little red devil at 1:34 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 0 Witnesses

Happy Daze =D

Date : Sunday, February 25, 2007
Time : 8:09 PM

Day out wif e Hooligans.
Went to Serangoon Happy Daze.. A pet cafe near chomp chomp.
We had some Hooegarden pints and curly fries while Zico enjoying his lamb meat ball.

Nice place for lounging and chilling out or to spend a lazy noon wif ur loyal dog buddies. Less 10% service charge when u bring ur pet(s) down.
11, Maju Avenue, Serangoon Gardens.

Went down to vivocity after that. Now then i realised they hv this outdoor small pool for kids and a platform with very good view.
Got Zico a new sleeping mat--

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posted by the little red devil at 8:09 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 0 Witnesses

Wasabi Tei

Date : Saturday, February 24, 2007
Time : 7:09 PM

Share with u guys n gals my latest discovery - a small Japanese Restaurant hiding in a imperceptible corner @Far East Plaza. Highly recommended by friend-Henry.

It is a very small restaurant, which much resembles those authentic family-run eateries in Japan. According to the lady boss, this restaurant is already 6 yrs old. I was told by fellow informants that the food here is good and cheap, however the reputaion of the notorious chef almost on par of the delicious food there. Heard from frens tt he is a true-blue japanese, though he looks more like a kopithiam uncle to me. The chef (also the boss) is the only person who cooks and serves. His wife is also there most of the time helping up with the serving and cleaning. I guess it must be pretty stressful having to cope all by themselves. Tat explains why he was so temperamental then.. keep slamming utensils and throwing things all over. However, most customers who patronised his shop are regulars so more or less they are used to it. The generous serving and the taste of the food really worth the 'venture' and one can easily locate the shop by the long queue outside the shop during peak hour. Just gotta bear with the melodrama for the thick sashimi that is worth dying for.

I din order sashimi but i tried their claypots. Luxurious spread of oyster/codfish and vegetables. No. 1 choice for those going on diet. =) come in set with freeflow ocha, appetiser, rice and dessert.

The luxurious sea urchin is unbelievably affordable!!
Soft and smooth chawanmushi with big prawns, crabstick and mushroom.
No kidding man, its a must must must try!! Haha.. can jio me to go with u if u wanna thank me. =p

Far East Plaza #05-07,
No reservation, no dabao, no GST, no service charge, CASH ONLY!!
Opening hr: from 12-3pm and 5:30 to 10pm. closed on sunday.
Be there early to avoid the crowd!=============================================

Fixed some simple penne for dinner wif DD and Hamtaro. Come try out my Seafood Penne----

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posted by the little red devil at 7:09 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 0 Witnesses

Busy Day

Date : Friday, February 23, 2007
Time : 11:22 PM

Went shopping at River Island todae. Super duper happy to find out that UK brand River Island has opened their first outlet here in SG. =) Has been visiting their Vivo outlet very frequent recently. =P

Picked up a Samsung phone on the cab. Well known as a Big Sotong myself, I understand perfectly how bad one would feel to lose his/her phone. An old lady called to claim back her phone. Happened tat she actually stay near my place, I offered to deliver the phone to her. Auntie was soo happy to get her phone back and she even gave me a Red Packet even i refused to accept it. =)

Took a quick shower before rushing down to Pu Tien Restaurant @ Kitchener Road. Had a dinner appointment with some of my colleagues and my Brazil boss CK who is now in town. This is my first visit to this restaurant. The restaurant was fully packed probably due to CNY. Food wasnt as great yet the dinner companion were fantastic. Its real hard to get everybody together as some of us are stationed overseas and hardly come back even for CNY. Real glad to see everybody is happy and healthy.

Ended the nite over some beers at Holland V Tango's. How i wish CNY holidays will nvr end. Ha!

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posted by the little red devil at 11:22 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 3 Witnesses

Rhyme in Bloom

Date : Tuesday, February 20, 2007
Time : 6:19 PM

Its our family outing day. =)

Dad, mum & I decided to pay a visit to the CNY Sentosa's flower exhibition, a celebration of bloom held during CNY which is now intos its 3rd yr. The event has been so widely publicised over the TVs and radios these few days, and we decided to make a trip down.

It had been years since we last visited Sentosa. A great deal of changes had took place and this small island resort is getting more n more attention these days especially after the monorail linking Vivocity and Sentosa was launched since January this year.

A picture says a thousand word hence shall let the photos do the talking then, enjoy! -

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posted by the little red devil at 6:19 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 0 Witnesses

Chinese New Year

Date : Monday, February 19, 2007
Time : 6:27 PM

Chinese New Year(CNY) , Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year is the most important festival for all Chinese. The festival begins on the 1st day of the first lunar month in the Lunar Calendar and ends on the 15th.

We Chinese like to wear new clothes for CNY, and red color is widely used during this period of festival celebration. According to legend, in ancient China, there was a man-eating beast called 'Nian' from the mountains. This monster only came out once every 12 months somewhere close to winter to prey on humans. The people later believed that the 'Nian' was sensitive to loud noises and the color red, so they scared it away with explosions, fireworks and the liberal use of the color red. These customs led to the first New Year celebrations. Hence, nowadays, we used the term 'Guo Nian' , which means to celebrate the new year, literally means the passover from the monster 'Nian'.

This year is the year of pig.Chinese believes that couple who married in the year of pig will be blessed with many offsprings. Mmm.. no wonder i have received more than 3 wedding invitations by now.

My family had steamboat for reunion dinner this year. Its a very important traditional event to Chinese, where all the family members get together and enjoy a big feast on the night of CNY eve. During CNY, we will go around visit our relatives and friends. The elders and the those who were married will give Red Packets aka Ang Pow (a red envelope contains money inside) to their younger generations. As for me, not many new-year-visits this year = less 'Ang Pow'.

Busy catching up with friends since i m away for quite some time. Went to the newly opened Vivocity, seems to me there is lotsa restaurants and new shops worth exploring. =) I m spoilt with choices, finally settle for lunch at Bakerzin.My my- how can one resist their yummy desserts, heavenly sinful~~

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posted by the little red devil at 6:27 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 2 Witnesses

Touch Down

Date : Friday, February 16, 2007
Time : 11:09 PM

Hohohoho... Finally touched down. Feeling great getting some Asia's air.
Had my favourite Fatty Weng Sliced Fish Beehoon for dinner.

As a SG WestLander, i always feel that there is a lack of good food in this part of the country. However this Hawker centre located at bukit Batok St 11 is definitely one of the better one in this area. And my fav stall??? - Fatty Weng Shi Tan

Address: Block 155, Bukit Batok Street 11 Stall 8
Opening hours: 11am - 10pm, closed on alternate Thursdays
Price: $3 (small) A sprinkling of crispy ikan bilis adds a lovely savoury touch to the soup, which has a host of other ingredients – big beancurd cubes, tomato wedges, thin kiam chye (salted vegetable) slices and seaweed.
Other Specialties: Fish Soup, Fish Porridge & Or Luak (Fried Oyster Omelette)

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posted by the little red devil at 11:09 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 1 Witnesses

Enchanted Realms of Magic Land

Date : Thursday, February 15, 2007
Time : 10:01 PM

Stop over Paris during my flight back to SG.
Went to
Paris Disneyland at Marne la Vallée in France with my colleague Danny.
No doubt Disneyland is always the ultimate fantasy for all kids, a cartoon moment will still cadge a smile from most grown-ups, and you can terrify yourself on a roller coaster at any age. Being an amusement park lover cun roller coaster freak, how could I possibly miss the thrill & fun!

Some pic to share. =) Can easily spot the redness due to frostbite on my nose tip and cheeks. =( however, queueing up for the games during the winter air is still hell better than exposing ur sweaty self under the big big summer sun.

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posted by the little red devil at 10:01 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 0 Witnesses

Here I come, Paris!

Date : Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Time : 6:45 PM

Hurray.. I shall be leaving for Paris wif a blast in an hr time =) will touch down 12 hr later??
lets see if i can post sth in Paris..

Em.. where shall i go in Paris during this freezing winter?? Speaking of dat.. I'd better go grab some thick clothing..

Keke.. My baggages this time rd. How exaggerate rite!! As if I am running away for years..
Wats inside?? ---
Full of coffee powder, choc & Ipanema sandals.. none of which belongs to me. Hmm 2 I should really impose some service charge on u guys =P

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posted by the little red devil at 6:45 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 10 Witnesses

Chocolate is far more reliable than men?!

Time : 12:05 AM

Chocolates, cakes, cards and even romantic movies seem to be the order of the day 24 hours a day. Ew.. i feel the air again.. the love bug flying almost everywhere without a place for anyone to hide. I dun celebrate V-day. Nvr. Not even when i m neither single nor available. i hv a problem eating in a restaurant full of lovey dovey couples serving only v-day set dinner. I have to admit I have nothing against love per se. It's just the overdose of marketing drivel that I can't put up with. Price hike of all related products, ah... juz another mkt strategy to boost up sales volume. Everyday can be valentine's day, if you bother to top his/her days with some lil' surprises. You dun hv to do something big, a hug, a tickle, a walk in the moonlight or a little dance in the drizzle. Little things in daily lives which won't cost you much, all you need to spend is a little bit of love. So why wait till this day when everybody seems obligated to publicly showcase their love? Why

And dun u think its a high risk festival when the break-up rates is higher compared to usual? It could be an annoying Hallmark holiday, yet it still seizes itself upon the female psyche so that she is unable to not harbor expectations about Valentine's Day. The same old story of expectation leads to disappointment. Oh.. Not to mention how the day makes people feel when they are single, whether they want to be or not.

Nonono.. Get me wrong not. I might not find the day special doesnt mean i detest those who treat this day as the most important day of the year. No.. no.. no.. i m not anti V-day. I still find it sweet looking at couples holding-hands together, who are obviously deeply immersed in love. I just dun find it a day worth extra celebration. It will be a whole different set of story if its an official holiday thou =P. Of coz i dun mind if any of u all wanna shower some extra love on me.. haha.

'Happy V-day' to all couples n 'Happy Friendship Day' who gonna hv some great parties wif ur buddies. Also 'Happy Single Awareness Day' to those who is still searching or quit searching. Afterall its not juz a day of sweet romance but a day to rekindle the flame of love if you have lost it somewhere back then... Chocolate ValentineI shall go get some Royce Chocolate for myself and some doggie treat for Zico and Oh yea.. THEY are my all-season lovers!!

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posted by the little red devil at 12:05 AM | Close-Up Evidence | 22 Witnesses

Reality Fair

Date : Tuesday, February 13, 2007
Time : 7:48 AM

Talk about fairness and reality. Out there, where almost 16,000 children die of starvation each day(almost one child every five seconds); in Bangkok, there were people who paid USD25,000 for just a meal which they cant even finish. A meal of a life time ?? Or a meal at the cost of saving thousands of life?

Read more on: CNN; ABC News; Life's happening.

I m not saying that we should all eat like a poor, I m no saint either and i reckon that i spend quite a portion of my earnings on dining & drinking. When it comes to food, we shouldnt compromise on its quality. Besides, we work hard enuff to deserve a pamper.
However, i just cant help wondering, when people are throwing some serious tickets of hard cold cash in so-called delicacies, is this meal really worth that much of money? I understand the art of culinaries should be respected and complimented, however if we were to fly all the way to a thousand miles away just for a meal( not-to mention the carbon emission), shouldnt we think of some better use of the same amount of money?? Well... I might not in a position to criticise, I only wish that if one day I could afford to enjoy the same level of privilege (which i seriously doubt so), I will not to carry away by the wealth and not thinking of contribute more to the people in need.


posted by the little red devil at 7:48 AM | Close-Up Evidence | 21 Witnesses


Date : Saturday, February 10, 2007
Time : 1:14 PM

Was doing some spring cleaning on my pc, found the movie Apocalypto lying in a corner of my messy drive. Totally forgot i had downloaded this movie weeks ago. [well.. in fact I haven't watched a movie (in a cinema I mean) in eons, all the recent flicks were downloaded online, my bad.. my bad..]

Set aside my disappointment with Mel Gibson's
The Passion of the Christ, I personally enjoy this latest movie of his, in fact even more than the Leonardo Di Caprio vehicled Blood Diamond. The story is about an epic adventure of a young hunter-Jaguar Paw, which sets in the waning years of ancient Mayan civilization. With most events happened in the forest, which I initially thought it would be kinda boring, well surprisingly, it didn't. Turns out , it is outrageously entertaining and stunningly kinetic. (talk abt all the half-naked torsos!!) A full 139 mins of adrenaline rush.. for those who hvn watch it, WARNING AHEAD: faint heart pls beware of the bloody violence and gore(thou i find the brutal volence is needed and justified, hostory of ancient civilisation is always cruel), its definitely not a movie for the squeamish.

Despite all the criticisms of the movie's historical, cultural and scientifical inaccuracies, (as for me, i dun really care becoz everyone knows movies are fictions), one might be able to enjoy the show more by focusing on the frantic jungle chase. Its kinda inspiring watching the young hunter, Jaguar Paw running for his life; also how Seven, Jaguar's wife survive in the deep pit cave. Thou involving a few freakish act of nature, its nonetheless interesting to see how these simple, in-tune-with-the-earth native man & woman overcome their fears and exert their bravery and wisdom to the max.

The scene of the captives' gradual entry into the great and chaotic Maya City is brilliantly pictured. The plague that took away many lives, the slave market where the women are sold off and finally, the human sacrifice on the staggering central plaza, where the first thing seen is a freshly detached human head being bounced down the long steps of a towering pyramid toward a frenzied crowd below. It all tag with the central line shown at beginning of the show: "A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself from within." It is not always the conquerors from foreign lands who have caused the fall of a civilization/country. Most of the time, the civilization itself served as a precursor to its fall through its actions towards fellowmen and environment. Cant help but to ponder, are we doing justice to our planet and our fellowmen staying in the same globe? Is the rising global warming, increasing cases of disease a warning sign for US-the mighty civilised human??

The other astonishing factor is the cast. A huge bonus should be given to the casting director who tracks down all the roles from the main cast to the small fry. Notwithstanding the fantastic costumes, makeup, tatoo and hair designs, the greatest impression is made by the performers' faces, which are both superbly photogenic and exotic, yet paralyzingly bizarre and hard-to-forget.

In short, this is definitely an intense-packed movie which is ferocious and wild. Worth watching especially for those who go after action and thrill. Last but not least, i guess Mel Gibson should really spend more time behind the stage than creating headlines in front of the camera.


posted by the little red devil at 1:14 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 17 Witnesses

Orange Piggie

Date : Friday, February 09, 2007
Time : 3:23 PM

Cant get enuff of the little orange man, how about getting another orange piggie for the coming pig year?

~Deng Deng Deng~ lets usher in the orange piggie in sexy brief! The snorties are oh-so-hot this season.

Many thanks to PP for sending me the photo.

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posted by the little red devil at 3:23 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 10 Witnesses

Body Count website

Time : 1:16 PM

Rio has become a warzone??
Inspired by the famous Iraq Body Count site, two Rio residents - system analyst Vinicius Costa, 25, and cartoonist André Dahmer, 32, with the help of five other volunteers has started a Rio Body Count site on 1st February 2007, with intention to wake up Rio's population from its complacency and to the war zone that the town has become. More link.

As a foreigner working in Rio, I would say this site does serve its purpose as a warning alarm, both to the citizens and the government. However, the idea might be brilliant but it isnt the solution to the many problems this country is facing. With decades of inequality in income distrubution & corruption, Brazil has a long long war to fight.


posted by the little red devil at 1:16 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 0 Witnesses

Puppy Bowl III

Time : 12:47 PM

The whole world (or more precisely the whole America) is goo-goo-gaa-gaaing over the super bowl for the past few days. I m not a AF fanatic, neither m i a fan of Bears or Colts.
My 'bowl' of tea? What else but Animal Planet's
Puppy Bowl!

Dont joo juz luv 'em puppies?? Puppy rules!!!

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posted by the little red devil at 12:47 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 2 Witnesses

A Porker for the piggy year

Time : 7:48 AM

Hehe.. wanna get a new pet for this coming Piggy year??

Look what i found in Random Good Stuff.
Oh my ..isnt it überadorable? NO NO.. i dun mean the beer. Read more on The Sun.


posted by the little red devil at 7:48 AM | Close-Up Evidence | 2 Witnesses

Ti Ti Kua.. Ti Ti Kua.. (PeeP StiLL)

Date : Thursday, February 08, 2007
Time : 5:57 PM

An intern in TTS hospital was sacked after he was caught filming nurses in shower.

I think this guy also kukudu(stupid) la. Want to see can go internet or buy a FHM magazine. Cheap n good, why do this kinda thing? Somemore kena caught red-handed, aiya... See lar.. now all the sweat and tears thru out the past six years all goes into drain.

According to the news report, the culprit set up the video to film through a hole in a pouch hanging on the staff's shower room wall. Sigh.. After so many years of study and hardwork, instead of turning into a promising young doctor, he chose to be a peeping tom. What a waste of taxpayer's money.

Luckily he was caught while he was still a houseman, cant imagine how many gals/ladies would have kena his 'salt pig trotter' aka molest by this lecherer if he become a GP in the future( if only there is still a chance).

A check by The Straits Times found at least three other doctors who have been caught for outraging the modesty of women. Two of the doctors have been struck off the register - one in 1982 and the other in 1998. The moral of teh story= Never ever judge a book by its cover, never ever trust ur doctor 100%!

Peep still??!!!

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posted by the little red devil at 5:57 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 5 Witnesses

Heavenly Moment

Time : 1:31 PM

My colleague Bomfim send me a nice pic of Rio this morning.

Heavenly Moment Photograph by Izan Petterle From Visions of Earth, National Geographic, April 2006

-Blankets of clouds soften a sunset over Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and suspend beachgoers and surrounding mountains in a moment of ethereal light.-

It was featured in National Geographic April 2006 issue, part of their 'Visions of Earth' series. This picture was taken from Niteroi - oversee the beautiful sunset view of Rio. U can see both the Corcovado(Mountain of Christ) and Pau de Acucar(Sugar Loaf) in the pic. Nah... This is wat i call the PRO-work!

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posted by the little red devil at 1:31 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 12 Witnesses

my BIG plum

Time : 10:53 AM

I walked past the Thursday mkt, still cautious and alarmed.

The market vendors still remember me (T_T), the moment i appeared, they began to crowd fwd checking out if i had recovered from last wk trauma. OMG... I think it will take another months b4 they can forget that embarass moment of mine, & the loony racist.

The good thing is = I get FREE fruits again! keke...

Have ye ever seen a plum as big as an apple? Call me 'suagu' or watever, I really hv not seen one this BIG in my whole life. LOOK! Its almost the same size as my 'kun tao bu' aka fist. Wahaha... and its FREE!!!! I dun mind chasing by mad woman anymore, hehe.. [touchwood.choi.choi.choi.]

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posted by the little red devil at 10:53 AM | Close-Up Evidence | 6 Witnesses

MyBlogLog Reader's Wall

Time : 8:49 AM

After much inspiration from EastCoastLife-the wacky perky mum, (btw, u really gotta check out this hot boss/tough wife/cool mum and most of the time haywired superwoman's blog, I cant stop laughing reading her blog) i decided to try out the frenzy famous Blog Reader Wall.

As a computing idiot, I had some really hard time figuring this out. A hundred thanks to Gweggy(the charmingly bitter blog's author n insanely sexy voice's owner) who's the mastermind behind the blogwall thingy. Without his help, i couldnt hv get it done as nicely.

Hehe.. so now, when u click on the 'Peek-A-Boo' button, u'll be able to see Zynamic Gala's whole panel of crime scene witnesses! hurrae, i m so proud of myself, wahoaaa!

Just a footnote, i dunnoe how to modify my blog to make it RSS frenly. I had been seriously looking at it for 15 mins, seriously did some research on the mighty internet, seriously focusing myself to understand those html, xhtml n blah blah blah C language. No clue still. The only conclusion i gained- I m simply not cut out for a web designer or computing engineer. Sadly I Can't


posted by the little red devil at 8:49 AM | Close-Up Evidence | 8 Witnesses

Bring the smile on =D

Date : Wednesday, February 07, 2007
Time : 5:50 PM

Hehe.. how to tame a restless devil?? Easy. Easy. Easy.
Promise her a nice bubbly shower =)
Well.. i dun mean REALLY help me to scrub my back lar.

See wat i got todae?? A fruity flavored soap from Marilea the Tai-Tai.
Mmm... It smells so good and i juz cant wait to take a quick bath now!!
Wat an instant pick-me-up! Oh boy.. I feel so blissfully pampered =)

According to my brazilian infomants, this local brand 'Natura' is sort of 'The Body Shop' in South America. It's famous for its all natural ingredients and its complete range of body care products targeted for all age group and genders. All of a sudden, my skin feels thirstier than ever, haha.. i shall give it a try tonite!!

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posted by the little red devil at 5:50 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 7 Witnesses

3 mins for the Green

Time : 8:46 AM

This post is the end product of moi- the lousy photographer wannabe, as a result of :

1) Request from Czenfan who is hiding in his
Apartment 305.

2) Loafing time while waiting for Boss to pack his thing.

3) Itchy hand.

Where to get this waterfront view in SG? Chuck me, i spend at least 3 mins every hour starinng at this scene outside my office. More pix on Flickr, click here.

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posted by the little red devil at 8:46 AM | Close-Up Evidence | 8 Witnesses

Regina Spektor

Date : Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Time : 3:08 PM

Seems like the song playing background is quite well received by you readers.
Been getting emails n msgs, enquired abt the song n the singer. Mike who like the song so much even downloaded the whole album. =)
In order not to retype for every mail, i think i might as well post a 'simple and to-the point' intro. Okie okie.. without much ado, may i present Regina Spektor and the song 'Fidelity'.

(Shake it up)
I never loved nobody fully
Always one foot on the ground
And by protecting my heart truly
I got lost in the sounds
I hear in my mind
All these voices
I hear in my mind all these words
I hear in my mind all this music

And it breaks my heart
And it breaks my heart
And it breaks my heart
It breaks my heart

And suppose I never met you
Suppose we never fell in love
Suppose I never ever let you kiss me so sweet and so soft
Suppose I never ever saw you
Suppose we never ever called
Suppose I kept on singing love songs just to break my own fall
Just to break my fall
Just to break my fall
Break my fall
Break my fall

All my friends say that of course its gonna get better
Gonna get better
Better better better better
Better better better

I never love nobody fully
Always one foot on the ground
And by protecting by heart truly
I got lost
In the sounds
I hear in my mind
All these voices
I hear in my mind all these words
I hear in my mind
All this music
And it breaks my heart
It breaks my heart

I hear in my mind all of these voices
I hear in my mind all of these words
I hear in my mind all of this music

Breaks my
Breaks my heart
Regina Spektor is a Mosco-born American singer/songwriter/pianist. She gained much media attention in 2006 when her video for "Fidelity" was viewed over 200,000 times in two days on YouTube. Thats also how i came across her songs. (For ur info, this song was played recently in Grey's Anatomy Season 3 Ep 12-Six days Part II. Oh.. talking abt Greys' Anatomy, i m so freakin' in love with Sandra Oh.) More info, pls google urself =P.

IF u like Anti-folk,(dun ask me wat the hell is anti-folk, i hv no clue either, Wiki said so) OR u like Regina Spektor, do check out her latest album Begin to Hope. Not all songs are good thou. Click the link to her official website, where u can tune in online to some of her songs.

My current fav: Hotel Song

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posted by the little red devil at 3:08 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 4 Witnesses

Superstar Wannabe..

Time : 12:47 PM

...here's the thing JUST FOR YOU.

Well, yet another iPod acessories. iKaraoke the latest product from Griffin, is a small tool which works together with ur iPod. It mutes the vocal track, giving u some voiceroom to showoff ur talent.

More review from Technology Review.

Kudos to those Griffin's geek. No more minimum drink or bulky karaoke set, u can now K-wherever u want. Purlzz spare a thot for the faint hearts/ears of your listener thou!


posted by the little red devil at 12:47 PM | Close-Up Evidence | 2 Witnesses

Most Practical Gift

Date : Monday, February 05, 2007
Time : 11:28 AM

V-day coming, not knowing wat to buy for ur love one(s)?
Here is an idea for the practical one!!
For those who intend to propose, best to go together with a sweet carat. (*_*)

See more for the Origami.


posted by the little red devil at 11:28 AM | Close-Up Evidence | 9 Witnesses

Hello Friday, Breezy Morning

Date : Friday, February 02, 2007
Time : 8:41 AM

Boss took the car and he stayed in Angra last nite. So, inspite of yday incident, I hv to come to office on my own by ferry.

There are two types of ferries travel to n fro Niteroi(where I stay) & Rio(where i work): The fast one & the slow one. The fast ferries are equipped with air-conditioned while the slow ferries bring you the nature breeze.

Normally, if time allows, i will take the slow loveboats. (^_*) Not really those big ferries u seen in Grey's Anatomy (Seatle) thou, I kinda enjoy these once in a while twenty-min-ferry-trips,

1. I can avoid the hustle-bustle of early morning traffic. Trade it with the cooling morning sea breeze instead.
2. Looking out at the seawater and Rio's beautiful landscape makes me appreciate my life better.
3. Watching the seagull dip into the water for a quick shower nvr fails to put a smile on my face.
4. Observing people from all walks of life keep me entertained.
5. Finally get to shower some attention on 'Naomi'- my long neglected Ipod nano.
6. Not to forget the best tuna baguette in Rio which i can grab a bite along the way.

A sunnny Friday in Rio. How abt your day over there, my dear?

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posted by the little red devil at 8:41 AM | Close-Up Evidence | 15 Witnesses

Mad Woman On Loose

Date : Thursday, February 01, 2007
Time : 8:13 AM

Wat a morning!!! Phew... Ladies n gentlemen, the following broadcast is brought to you by Zee, the brave lil' devil, Life in RJ, Brazil.

It supposed to be an usual Thursday and me in my extremely good mood. As u guys might hv known now, Thursday is my fruity day! Thursday is the street mkt day where i can pick up my weekly grocery supply.

Boss need to go Angra today, hence he dropped me off the road in front of our office. I alighted gracefully from the car, crossed the road carefully, and headed straight to my favourite fruit stall. There was some fresh persimmons on the rack that caught my eyes and boy must I picked some. Then there was some plums lying there, beckoning me to bring them home, so i started choosing leisurely while chit-chating wif Gergie, one of the owners of the stall. And that was the time when i started smelling some intense air. Raising my eyesights reluctantly from those juicy plums and there she was! Standing less than ten steps in front of me, a skinny tall lady waving her hands frantically with the middle fingers up, cursing and swearing with mouthful of words which i din understand at all. WORST of all, this lady had been cursing for quite a while and apparently I was the last person to notice her presence. The rest of the Brazilians understood her language but not me. And maybe becoz im the only odd one, wif yellow skins n tiny eyes, AND THAT MADE ME AN EASY TARGET!!

I was stunned for a moment and not knowing wat to do. She seemed harmless at first, but as she got more n more agitated, the lunatic woman waxed profane. To my astonishment, she picked up a box from the street and came pressing forward. It all happened in a split second, I m sure my face turned white when the mad woman came pressing forward. The next moment i regained consciousness, I was shielded by the mongers behind their stall. All of them were holding some sort of sharp objects, i.e. screwdrivers n knives in hands for precautions. One of the grandpa-looking guy handed me an apple, talking to me in a manner like an adult trying to hoax a kid. I noe he was trying his best to distract me from the mad woman, but my heart was thumping so loud that i cant hear him at all.

The mad woman did not give me up. She was still circling near the stall, cursing in anger, gritting her teeth. I was really freaked out by then. All I wanted was to get back to my office which is only 1 mins walk away, but now it seemed so farway from me. And if only you could understand, it was very much like the scene in Babel when BradPitt and his wounded wife were trapped in the bus. All i could do is to figure the situation out by guessing the word and gesture. How i wish i were tad bit more hardworking during my Portuguese lessons.

Not knowing how long it took, the mad woman seemed to simmer down. I told the guys I need to get to my office where the sturdy security guard was. The next moment i was transormed into a superstar, donned by sunglasses and hat, surrounded by three hunky bodyguards, except the fact that I was chasing not by paparazzis but a crazy female stalker!!

All and all, its a chaotic morning, added to another chapter of my Brazil's adventure.
I was well aware of the crime rates and the social problem in Brazil long b4 i came to this country, but never a time i encountered one that was close to what i have been hearing. Not before today. Besides, we always moved in a group when PP n Jim were still here, but now I m a lone ranger. That sort of increase the danger in a way. But if u were to ask me, is it really that bad staying in Brazil, after a solid ten months here, I would say it is still a country worth visiting. Despite the negative sides, Brazil true charms lies in its people: the simple, helpful, kind and passionate folks! I like wat DD said, "But Rio is Rio, however the 'feel' towards Rio might shift or change over the time and place. deep down, we probably consent, or to the least, not objecting to the notion that, hmm..., Rio is, indeed, a beautiful city. despite we might still dislike the slum and the violence and the corruption, we still like to come to conclude the beauty of Rio, against all odds."

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