Thursday, February 28, 2008
Surprised to know that!!
Dunno he is into all these... may be i should just buddy him for Sipadan lar..hahahahaa!!
"what the hell are you waiting for.............$%#%$$#"... the song was playing in the car just now.............
What are the 8 barriers?
1.) Failure to make a great First (and Second) Impression
2.) Flubbing the Story
-talk too long
-speak too slow
-speak in a garbled way so that ppl cannot understand you
-exaggerate when telling your story
-ignore feedback during your story telling
-respond to other ppl's stories with a story of your own
-poke holes in other ppl's special stories
-overtly brag about yourself just a little too much
-not telling your story with intention
3.) Not Listening
4.) Arguing with the Intent to Harm
6.) Hostility and Contempt
7.) Ignoring Body Language
8.) Ignoring the Cycle of Communication
Let's see the keypoints i highlighted.
1.) Just ask, don't assume. Don't always already know.
2.) Listen to other and make him/her feel like they were the only one that mattered in the entire world.
3.) Don't expect others to know what you meant.
4.) To truly listen, not just hear someone, but focus on listening to them, be in their shoes when they talk, see the world through their eyes, experience life from their point of view instead of being compelled to express your own.
5.) Listen without judgement/advice.
6.) When someone become argumentative, ask "How can i present counter examples and other points of view to you so that you are not offended and your feelings are not hurt?"
7.) "Nonverbalizers" (people who use few words in the course of a day or a conversation) often become angry when they are asked to express more than they already have said.
8.) To suggest the other person to frame his comments in a more gentle fashion: "I know you aren't saying that to attack me. It just hurts when you say it that way."
9.) Always think of your intention. If your intention is gentle, speak more quietly. People associate quieter tones and gentler intentions.
10.) In conflict, men typically withdraw emotionally while women use an argument to vent their feelings.
11.) The most effective way to get the behavior we want is through praise instead of criticism. Rewarding even small steps can pay off big in the long run.
12.) Always consider the person's feelings and viewpoint
13.) Most people try to be interesting when they should be interested.
14.) Giving that person all your attention, making him/her the most important star in the universe for as long as they are speaking. After they are through speaking, paraphrase what they have said to make sure that their point has been fully understood by you.
15.) A large piece in the communication puzzle is not asking for what you want. Even more dangerous to a relationship is not asking for what you want and expecting the other person to "know" anyway. Instead of going through all the drama of mind-reading, wouldn't it be much easier to express exactly what we want in the first place?
we somehow concluded, at this point of our life, there are only 2 major concerns.
And we both get tired of hearing people talking the same things again and again.
Not this break, that one break.
Not love this, love that one.
Not stagnant in job, hate that job.
So we sometimes choose.. "IGNORANCE". Haha.. finally we resonated.
2.) Sweet talk No 1 (hahha)
3.) Action also ok la. Acceptable.
Cook porridge for me when i toothache.
Boil herbal tea for me because i have light fever.
Cheer me up because i sat luin.
Support me when i am bad mood.
Let me scold scold when i am angry.
Cook very nice meals.
Friendly with all my friends.
I love my bro NO 1. muaksssssssssss~~~
ZzzzzZ.. <--- he taught me this.
Cannot say this already. So scary.
Dunno can i escape this ar? And learn from jen.. fly far far away~~ yipppeeee!!!
I want FREEDOM!!!!!!! yeah~
because last monday.. i sat luin. Grrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!!! :~
1.5years back, my friend reminded me i also sat luin eh....took me some time to recall who was that.. haahhaha...
Lama-Lama sudah jadi kebiasaan.
Be thyself!! muaks~
You're smack in the middle of your midlife crisis. Go for it!
This is it, baby, and it's an uncomfortable feeling. You're questioning every relationship in your life: with your man, your mother-in-law, your job, your body, and your friends. "Is this all there is?" you wonder. "Is this as good as it gets?"
You also may be feeling incredibly bored with your job, and feel a yearning to learn and do something completely new. If you've been a doctor and want to be a belly dancer, that could be unnerving. You're wondering how you can stay in this current relationship for the rest of your life, or whether it should be broken off. You question who you will be if you no longer look spry and babe-like. All these are questions worth asking, and can lead to positive change.
But if you don't take them seriously, or push them aside, these questions might make you feel suddenly alone and old. Every time you forget something, you panic and think it's a Senior Moment. (In fact, in midlife, your mind is merely fuller than in youth.) You may feel overwhelmed, "as though there were too many electrical appliances plugged into the same wall socket," says Jim Conway, PhD, author of Women in Midlife Crisis (Tyndale, 2000). "A midlife crisis begins with discontent, and then it can erupt into some kind of acting out."
That could mean bad choices: addictions, excesses, or an affair. Perhaps you'll fall into what Conway calls "a cocooning, which is basically hiding from life and hoping it will all go away." Cocooners are subject to depression, and, he says, "women actually do experience depression more than men."
But the transition through the midlife period only becomes a crisis when you get panicky about it. Otherwise, it's not a bad spot, necessarily, and the question-asking can be good. "These are major questions, so don't avoid them," Conway says. "After the process, the person who cocoons can turn into a butterfly."
Am i?? hahaa
You're a Live Wire!
You are the daring one in your circle of friends, the one who got into the most mischief as a child, who drove your parents a bit crazy as a teen, and now are the coolest mom in town.
Your motto is: "Life is short," so you live every day to its fullest, and you are willing to concede mistakes along the way. Always one to throw caution to the wind, you live a life of excitement, but sometimes you end up in tricky situations. You view "stability" as too boring, or as a sign that you are getting older. You want to fight back.
In her book, Life Is Short, Wear Your Party Pants (Hay House Inc., 2003), stress management consultant Loretta LaRoche advises us to heed the words, "You never know." She notes: "Certainly, we need to save for the future, and not simply waste things or indulge ourselves with material goods we don't need. But we should never wait to celebrate life only on special occasions... We need to bring a feeling of celebration into our lives every day. We haven't got time to wait."
Being free-spirited and adventurous is a truly wonderful attribute, and the fact that you are always up to seek a bright new horizon is a unique and exciting quality. However, remember that balance is also a virtue, and although you may long to prowl with the lions in the African plains, don't neglect those six memos due at work!
"Finding the right balance can be a lifelong journey, but it's one that needs to be taken," advises LaRoche. "Each time you ask yourself if you're balanced, it gives you an opportunity to pause and reflect. It allows you to be conscious about the decisions you're making instead of blindly following the herd off a cliff." La Roche refers to the inability to control the adventure craving as your "inner 2-year-old." Once you combine your "go where no man has gone before" spirit with your "I have 17 loads of laundry to do" reality, you'll have balance! In the end, says LaRoche, you'll be able to celebrate your life more often, because you will realize you can't have everything. You already have quite enough.
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Your Personality Profile Type(s): Sensitive
Familiarity breeds comfort, contentment, & inspiration, avoid wide social networks, avoid celebrity, like emotionally secure environment.
More Personality Profile resources.
Self - Confident 11%
Self - Sacrificing 25%
Familiarity: Individuals with the Sensitive personality style prefer the known to the unknown. They are comfortable with, even inspired by, habit, repetition,and routine.
Family: They stick close to the family and/or a few close friends. They do not require a wide network of friends and acquaintances, and they appreciate the comforts of home.
Concern: Sensitive individuals care deeply about what other people thinks of them.
Circumspection: They behave with deliberate discretion in their dealings with others. They do not make hasty judgements or jump in before they know what is appropriate.
Polite reserve: Socially they take care to maintain a courteous, self-restrained demeanor.
wahhh..............really meh??? I am wondering............
The Love Type test - Your Results
Your Love Type:According to your answers, your relationship appears to be based on Consummate Love.
Consummate Love is the ideal type of love for romantic couples. Easier to establish, than to maintain.
Not quite understand............ anyway..........keep this for future la.......only answer when i pat thor.
Enneagram - Your Results
Your Enneagram Type(s): Type 7
Sevens have a fear of being deprived, of being in pain. (wow..really meh??) They tend to be lighthearted and sunny, often addicted to planning and play. (ha! this i agreed) Sevens are buoyed by a belief that life is unlimited -- there are always interesting things to do. (agree 100%)
Possible origins. Faced with a frightening early life, Seven children diffused their fear by escaping into the limitless possibilities of imagination.( ??? frightening early life?? did my mum accidentally slapped me counted? ) They have pleasant memories of their childhood years. Even with an objectively bad scenario, there is little residue of hatred or blame. The skew of attention is toward positive memory. By moving toward pleasure and away from pain, they tend to remember the best. (err.. may be kut...... almost forgot who did i last date.. hahahhaa , joke)
ooo, so i am a TYPE 7 ?
*************Let me check out the detail of Type 7................*******************************
TYPE SEVEN: THE EPICURE
Sevens have a fear of being deprived, of being in pain. They tend to be lighthearted and sunny, often addicted to planning and play. Sevens are buoyed by a belief that life is unlimited -- there are always interesting things to do.
Possible origins. Faced with a frightening early life, Seven children diffused their fear by escaping into the limitless possibilities of imagination. They have pleasant memories of their childhood years. Even with an objectively bad scenario, there is little residue of hatred or blame. The skew of attention is toward positive memory. By moving toward pleasure and away from pain, they tend to remember the best.
Flawed Sevens can allow their appetites to get out of control. This is characterized by a bodily hunger for excitement and experience. ( this is 100% true) Sevens have a gourmet taste for experience, little tastes of the very best, rather than an overdose of a single experience meal. Typically they cannot stand inactivity. They stay active, but that activity is not necessarily productive: it has a restless quality about it. They delight in making plans for the future but are not good at following through on them. (haahhahaa.........what ashame......!! not following through..... )
As managers, they may introduce fascinating but conflicting options. They don't like to give and enforce direct orders. They try to make everyone feel like an equal participant in order to eliminate the possibility of confrontation. (eee..seems i always kena confrontation lerr..)
Well-Adapted Sevens get over their intense fear of being deprived. Instead of consuming life, they learn to contemplate it, to plumb the depths of experience rather than to merely skim its surface. They overcome their wariness of others sufficiently to form, selectively, close and long-term attachments. They stick with tasks and occupations long enough to do them justice. Their enthusiasm and pleasure they take in what they do is infectious. Sevens are sought after for their enthusiasm and vitality and for their desire to share the enjoyment they feel.
They bring an optimism to their work, and once they get engaged they can get a lot done and take contagious pleasure in their accomplishment. At their best, they are highly productive generalists, talented in a variety of areas. (wow...pai seh pai seh) Precocious as children, they grow up to be especially intelligent and multi-talented. They may settle successfully into roles in which they can apply their abundant practical intelligence to executing short-run plans or exploring new territory. (Short-run plans..--> may be i should let my boss know.. hahaa)
Occupations. The entertainment field is filled with Sevens, both well-adapted and flawed. Sevens are often editors, writers, or storytellers. As managers, they are the jacks-of-all-trades, knowledgeable and skilled in a number of areas. Because they learned at a young age to fend for themselves, they are survivors who are good people to have around when an organization is having trouble keeping its head above water. They are planners and synthesizers and idea gatherers.
Finding Oneself:Sevens will probably agree with most of the following statements:
I tend to make things interesting, to make things nice. (--> agree)
There are very few things in life which I can't enjoy. (--> agree)
I usually look on the bright side of things and don't look for the negative side of life. (--> agree)
"I must be defective if I need help." (--> disagree)
People say I'm often the life of the party. (--> agree)
I often feel stuck and bored with commitment -- I like to keep my options open. (--> agree..unless someone really can make me willing to commit lar..wahahaha)
I tend to be very enthusiastic about the future. (--> agree)
I seem to be attached to youth and energy. (--> agree)
Most of the time I avoid getting into really "heavy" issues. (--> heavy?? life vs death?? don understand.......)
I find myself expressing anger by making fun of the problem. (--> sometimes)
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
wisdom tooth also calling............ "hehee... let u experience the pain again!"
GRRRR!!!! I suddenly recalled the dentist asked me to go back to XRAY and pluck it off.....
Being pushed by different parties....
Customer issue SL + Customer issue AUS...
Target to reach...
Promises to keep......
Trips to be made....
disappointmentsssSSssss over someone's decision...
I am breaking down.........
I remember a part of the Radical Commitment.
"When times get tough, and I get tired, I won't back up, back off, back down, back out or backslide. I will jut keep moving forward by God's grace. I am spirit-led, purpose-driven and mission-focused, so i cannot be bought, i will nmot be compromised, and i shall not quit until i finish the race!!!"
grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.................................... !!! Let's do it 1 by 1~
this type of friend show their care to you because they are worried about their images in your heart. They want to make sure they are having a good image in your heart. Or they care about you because they want something from you..(attention, money, benefits, etc)
2.) they care about you with sincere hearts
this type of friend care for you with their very sincere hearts. They will be there for you whenever you need their help. They will be there listening to you, provides supports, without even thinking about themselves.
I always be thankful that i have many of No 2... :) And of course.. sometimes, as you grow older, you will need to learn how to deal with No 1.. heheehhehe~~~ is that called Maturity ar? haha.. I really wonder.
yeah~~~ i thought of it the other day too........ whenever i feel inadequate, i just have to remember to continue to take the action i can.
if i am not technically strong, i have to step by step and refresh my memory in it..and always be curious and open to learn new things. ;)
Yeah~~ Having tango as friend is really nice~~ hehehehee..
funny, direct, impatient at times.. hahahaha~
Sunday, February 24, 2008
And i weighed 54KG.. alamak!!!
why arr this time i don't have any motivation want to go Sipadan?
Weird..... Not an ouch of excitement...weird...
no sit up.....no toning....
I miss my buddy today...
Miss his care, his punctuality, his respect, his gentleness, his initiatives....
Miss the fun we had... miss the crazy things we did...the many many photos we took......
So far apart now... Good luck, buddy~
Friday, February 22, 2008
INCOMPETENCE, incapability, ineffectiveness, ineffectuality, inefficiency, inexpertness, lack of skill, lack of proficiency, ineptness, uselessness, hopelessness, impotence, powerlessness; amateurishness, inferiority, unsatisfactoriness, substandardness....
:~ to select 1 word --> Powerlessness
Friday, February 15, 2008
1.) Tahan Trip- May 1-May 4
Wah!! 3rd time??!!!!
2.) Kinabalu Climbathon
i think my kor thought that i am supergirl....
3.) Sipadan -18-22 March
hahaa..this one also i wonder is he my buddy??
hahahaa...~~ suddenly, i felt kor look very high up on me...
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
From the minister of health.and now moving on to my beloved actor, Edison Chen.
I was disapointed with him at first..
and moving on with empathy.
My major concern, what would those actresses felt?
How would they face the future?
How would they face their family, friends, husband?
Marriage was ruined.
Engagement was halted.
I suddenly recalled a chapter in the bible.
1But Jesus went to the Mount of Olives. 2At dawn he appeared again in the temple courts, where all the people gathered around him, and he sat down to teach them. 3The teachers of the law and the Pharisees brought in a woman caught in adultery. They made her stand before the group 4and said to Jesus, "Teacher, this woman was caught in the act of adultery. 5In the Law Moses commanded us to stone such women. Now what do you say?" 6They were using this question as a trap, in order to have a basis for accusing him.
But Jesus bent down and started to write on the ground with his finger. 7When they kept on questioning him, he straightened up and said to them, "If any one of you is without sin, let him be the first to throw a stone at her." 8Again he stooped down and wrote on the ground.
9At this, those who heard began to go away one at a time, the older ones first, until only Jesus was left, with the woman still standing there. 10Jesus straightened up and asked her, "Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?"
11"No one, sir," she said. "Then neither do I condemn you," Jesus declared. "Go now and leave your life of sin."
God is love and non-condemning. I prayed that they will be alright, be strong and courageous in their future. Learned from this lesson, forgiven and move on. :)
Matt 7:1 "Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you"
Monday, February 11, 2008
I suddenly felt i am not quite myself lately.
RESTLESS, distracted, agitated.
Controlled. Reigned over.
I was reminded of the goals i wanted to accomplish.
1.) Romance says, "I want it now!" Wisdom urges patience
Proverbs 19:11 A man's wisdom gives him patience.
Wisdom calls us to slow down. We can be patient because we know that God is sovereign and that He is faithful. Psalm 38:15 "I wait for you, O Lord; you will answer, O Lord my God".
Patience is an expression of trust that God can serve up an exquisite relationship. This lets us enjoy each part of our love story. We can be faithful and content right where we are--whether it's in friendship or courtship or engagement-- and not try to steal the privileges God has reserved for a later season.
2.) Romance say, "This is what I want and it's good for me." Wisdom leads us to consider what's best for the other person.
James 3:17 The wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure; then peace-loving, considerate, submissive, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere.
We glorify God in our relationships when we put our needs aside and base our decisions on what serves the interests of the other person. The kinds of questions we ask when we are guided by a selfless desire to do what's best for another:
- Is starting this relationship now what's best for him?
- Will expressing all my feelings now serve her?
- Are my actions encouraging him to love God more?
- Am i communicating clearly and in a way that helps her?
- Does the way i dress encourage him to have a pure thought life?
- Will kissing her be what's best for her in the long run?
3.) Romance says, "Enjoy the fantasy." Wisdom calls us to base our emotions and perceptions in reality
Proverbs 19:2 It is not good to have zeal without knowledge, nor to be hasty and miss the way. Wisdom calls us to base feelings on accurate information, not on distortions. In the season of courtship, we have to fight the tendency to fill what's lacking in our knowledge of the other person with emotion based on fantasy. If we don't know something about him or her, we need to talk, ask probing questions, and discover who they really are--their values, their motivations, their goals. We need to move beyond typical, artificial dating activities and observe each other in real-life settings-- in families, in church life, with friends, handling pressure at work. Courtship is a time to see the good, the bad and the ugly in the one we love.
Question "How do we know when it's the right time to start a courtship?"
The basic answer to the question is that you are ready to start a courtship when you can match romance with wisdom.
- Are you able to be patient?
- can you set a clear course for the relationship?
- Are your emotions based in reality?
The right time and age to start pursuing marriage will be different for each of us. But the one thing we should all have in common i waiting until romance can be guided by wisdom. Then we can experience the season of courtship at the right time and the right pace with a clear purpose and a clear head. :)
The relationship between wisdom and romance is like the one between a string and a kite. Romantic love is the kite that catches the wind and tenaciously heads for the sky; wisdom is the string that tugs downward, holding it back. The tension is real, but healthy.
There are times when a kites feels tied down by the string. "If this bothersome string would just let go of me, I could fly really high," the kite might think. But that isn't true, is it? Without the string holding it in the face of the wind, the kite would quickly come crashing to the ground.
In the same way, romance without wisdom will soon take a nosedive. It becomes selfish, indulgent, and even idolatrous. Have you been in a relationship like this? Have you witnessed such a relationship in the life of a fiend? What was it missing? The answer is wisdom.
It's not enough to simply have romantic feelings. Anyone can do that! Long-lasting romance needs practical, commonsense wisdom that knows when to let the wind of feelings carry us higher and when to pull back. When to express our emotions and when to keep quiet. When to open our hearts and when to rein them in.
11 One day he went into the house to attend to his duties, and none of the household servants was inside. 12 She caught him by his cloak and said, "Come to bed with me!" But he left his cloak in her hand and ran out of the house.
13 When she saw that he had left his cloak in her hand and had run out of the house, 14 she called her household servants. "Look," she said to them, "this Hebrew has been brought to us to make sport of us! He came in here to sleep with me, but I screamed. 15 When he heard me scream for help, he left his cloak beside me and ran out of the house."
16 She kept his cloak beside her until his master came home. 17 Then she told him this story: "That Hebrew slave you brought us came to me to make sport of me. 18 But as soon as I screamed for help, he left his cloak beside me and ran out of the house."
19 When his master heard the story his wife told him, saying, "This is how your slave treated me," he burned with anger. 20 Joseph's master took him and put him in prison, the place where the king's prisoners were confined. But while Joseph was there in the prison, 21 the LORD was with him; he showed him kindness and granted him favor in the eyes of the prison warden. 22 So the warden put Joseph in charge of all those held in the prison, and he was made responsible for all that was done there. 23 The warden paid no attention to anything under Joseph's care, because the LORD was with Joseph and gave him success in whatever he did.
Adopted from my bible..
1.) 39:9- Potiphar's wife failed to seduce Joseph, who resisted this temptation by saying it would be a sin against God. Joseph didn't say "i will be hurting you", or "I will be sinning against Potiphar", or "i will be sinning against myself". Under pressure, such excuses are easily rationalized away. Remember that sexual sin is not just between two consenting adults. It is an act of disobedience against God.
2.) 39:10-15 Joseph avoided Potiphar's wife as much as possible. He refused her advances and finally ran from her. Sometimes merely trying to avoid temptation is not enough. We must turn and run, especially when the temptations seem very strong, as is often the case in sexual temptations.
3.) 39:21-23 As a prisoner and slave, Joseph could have seen his situation as hopeless. Instead, he did his best with each small task given him. His diligence and positive attitude were soon noticed by the warden, who promoted him to prison administrator. Are you facing a seemingly hopeless predicament? At work, at home, or at school, follow joseph's example by taking each small task and doing your best. Remember how God turned Joseph's situation around, He will see your efforts and can reverse even overwhelming odds.
I thank God tonight for the passages.
One thing i learned also.. El Bethel= God Revealed himself ;)
Sunday, February 10, 2008
"Because if you continue to play, you will injured your shoulder more and suffer the consequences"
"hoiiii...............today u no need to work arrr..?" the voice of my sister, waking me up this morning........ OooooOO.... it was a DREAM. Nasib baik.
And i went to see Doctor this morning..
She gave me some medicine and said, after 1 week, if still cannot recover... will refer for physiotherapy.
I really hope, i will recover soon.... :~
Thursday, February 07, 2008
Tuesday, February 05, 2008
luggages missing... then make report..and they got them send right in front of my door step. hehe..good huh?
My sis cleaned up the house..wah.. and send the dog for bathe..wah.. good huh?
fresh air... nice road.... peaceful country... haha.. Home..Is still the best!! :D
Monday, February 04, 2008
Sunday, February 03, 2008
longest Ivory in Asia..
Temple of the Tooth, Kandy.
hahahaa......... SK is real funny guy!!
Elephant bullies us..
Elephant lahir anak..
Going into the elephant orphanage.. cost Rp2500 = ~RM90!! Expensive lorr!!
nvm la.. long long time once........ comforting myself. hehe~
Feb 03, Colombo: At least twelve people were killed and over 100 others were wounded when a female suicide bomber exploded herself inside the Fort Railway Station this afternoon. The deadly blast came hours after a small bomb explosion at the Dehiwala Zoological Gardens, police said.
They said the suicide bomber triggered her bomb when the security forces started conducting a random check inside the railway station as part of security measures for the Independence Day celebration tomorrow.
“We believed the suicide bomber had no other alternative, but explode herself when the security forces were checking everyone inside the station,” a senior police official said. He also said that among the dead are two children and several women, while a large number of children and women are also among the injured.
In Dehiwala, a small explosion was reported, injuring four civilians who were visiting the zoo. “All of the injured were not in critical condition and a special inquiry is on to find the attackers,” a police spokesperson said.
He said the Zoological Gardens have been closed to the public until inquiries are over.
******* previous day bombing****
Feb 02, Colombo; Hours after a bomb blast in the north central town of Dambulla that killed 18 civilians and injured 50, the police authorities today called on the people to be aware of the LTTE game plan and take action immediately regarding any suspicious persons and parcels in public places.
“These terrorist attacks are also designed to raise tensions among the people in the South and at the same time to disrupt their normal lives and day to day activities,” Police Spokesman DIG N.K Illangakoon told media.
The DIG stated that investigations reveal that the conductor of the bus in which the explosion occurred had noticed two suspicious persons getting into the ill- fated bus at Matale and getting off at Naula.
“Had the conductor been more aware and sensitive to the tactics of the terrorists he would have averted the disaster which occurred today at the bus stand in Dambulla,’’ he said.
The majority of those passengers in the ill-fated bus were traveling to the city of Anuradhapura to attend a Buddhist religious function.
Ps 91, v10 - A thousand may fall at your side,
ten thousand at your right hand,
but it will not come near you.
Sitting in the van, gone through the bumpy road................. awww.. i just miss Malaysia.....
i miss the clear sky..
i miss the fresh air..
i miss the people.......
i miss the beaches..
i miss mummy & daddy.....
i miss home..................
gonna be home soon. Today, we escape another bomb blast again... the railway station in front of hotel got bomb. wow~