[Craft Store] Location: #SinYin #MajidJamek #KualaLumpur

Location: Majid Jamek, Kuala Lumpur

In these series, I’ll be sharing local art and crafts supply stores that I explored on my weekends. If you are looking for specific category of products, you may be able to find it here.

If you have any specific stores that you want me to explore, please do let me know in the comment. I would love to explore it.

If you are attached to tailor machine on your daily life, this should be your MUST visit shop in your list. It’s world #TailorWomen.

There are plenty of colours of #yarns, #manics, #zips, #rings, #papercups, #crystalbeads, #rhinestones and many more

Feel free to visit them from 10am – 8pm (03-2693 8863)

Check out their FB page https://www.facebook.com/sinyinsdnbhd#

Note: They have also own another shop at # SemuaHouse, Kuala Lumpur

tatta, (bubbye)

#tamaka

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Happy Friendship Day

[Many of my writings are remains as draft as I couldn’t find time to proof-reading before posting. My apology for the delay but I guarantee you will enjoy the content and the logic of it 🙂 ]

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Drawing by @ (IG)

“Friend” who introduced the word to us? When do we learn the meaning of this word? How do we know “the one” is our friend? When do we start to address them as a friend? Do we know the real meaning of friendship? How long it stays with us? Do we still bother about the one we used to call as a “friend”?

How long a friend can stay as a friend? How long the friendship stays as friendship before it’s disappear and fade away leaving no traces.

I’m sure we have come across a lot of people in our life. Only 10% out of them become our friend. Yet, we only allowed few of them to be close to us.

Now my question is, how long does the friendship last longer?

Remember, friendship is like a tree. You need to take care and nurture it with water and fertilizer to keep it healthy and grow. If you have stopped nurturing, it will die even before you realise it.

NOW, ASK YOURSELF. How many of you are taking that concise care to nurture your friendship? Does it make it to your priority list? If it is not, I tell you what, there is no point of having this friendship because it will die anyway. One day, it will go far away and you can’t even trace memory of it.

SO, if you are gifted with few good friends, learn to appreciate them. Make time to nurture your friendship so that you can always sail in the FRIEND-ship while living your very own life.

Trust me; it’s only possible if it is in your priority list. I know where I am; I’m working hard to be in priority list. If I can’t make it, I know I have died trying.

#HappyFriendshipDay My Friends.

tatta, (bubbye)

#tamaka

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The Story of #Hibiscus (#BungaRaya) Malaysia’s (our) National Flower

Location: #NationalPark, #KualaLumpur

Without doubt, Hibiscus is one of our nation’s pride.

First of all, let’s see why the Hibiscus is chosen as national flower back in 1958 after a year of independence. Out of many suggested flowers, Hibiscus won the crown to be Malaysia’s national flower.

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Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is the national flower of Malaysia, called Bunga Raya in Malay. Introduced into the Malay Peninsula in the 12th century, it was nominated as the national flower in the year 1958 by the Ministry of Agriculture amongst a few other flowers, namely ylang ylang, jasmine, lotus, rose, magnolia, and medlar. On 28 July 1960, it was declared by the government of Malaysia that Hibiscus rosa-sinensis would be the national flower.

The word bunga in Malay means “flower”, while raya in Malay means “celebratory” or “grand”. The Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is literally known as the “celebratory flower” in Malay. The red of the petals symbolizes the courage, life, and rapid growth of the Malaysian, and the five petals represent the five Rukun Negara of Malaysia. The flower can be found imprinted on the notes and coins of the Malaysian ringgit. (Source: Wikipedia)

Long ago, this flower is widely seen at roads, highways, houses and schools. It’s broadly used as a fence for residential areas.

Time flies, technology changed the way we live. People can afford steel electronic gates. Every residential area requires security system. Safe living requires protection. People started to fall for cactus than to local flowers.

I rarely see them nowadays. I almost started to miss these flower.

Luckily, I got a chance to discover some rare typed of hibiscus recently. I’m overly excited see them in bulk so I took some snaps of them to keep unto my memories.

Isn’t it so beautiful?


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