Ingredients: (for 60 balls)
50 grams boiled Octopus, 50 grams cabbage, 30 grams green onion, pickled ginger, tenkasu, salad oil, 250 grams wheet flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 1/2 eggs, 800cc niban (#2) dashi.
How to make:
Top with sauce, powdered katsuo and aonori to taste desired.
Friday, September 14, 2007
Posted by Wan at 9/14/2007 12:49:00 PM
Wednesday, June 6, 2007
6 Jun 2007 , 7:10 pagi aku tiba di Tokyo dgn flight MH88 dari KLIA.
Kemudian amik Morning Liner ke Ueno.Dari Ueno aku amik Yamanote Line ke Kanda.
Tiba di Kanda Station Hotel dalam pukul 10 am. kat sini check in pukul 4. aku mintak awal kan, tapi paling awal pun leh pukul 3 jer. so, aku tinggal kan barang2 kat sini, terus keluar jalan2 sementara tunggu pukul 3.
masa jalan2 tadi terjumpa kete macam Viva, tapi coupe.
Dah penat jalan kat Kanda aku ke Akihabara Electric Town lak. Saja nak tengok-tengok barang-barang latest. Tapi sebab lapar aku cari kedai Tenya yang famous dengan Tendon. Dah 7 tahun tak makan sini. rasa masih sedap. Tak berubah.
Posted by Wan at 6/06/2007 09:23:00 PM
Monday, June 4, 2007
A dusty skull is slowly uncovered as a brush carefully exposes the remains of a skeleton. The skull lies next to a bullet riddled soldier’s helmet. We’re at an excavation. A memorial site for the Korean war is under development. Archaeologists are working, trying to identity the scattered remains of the brave men who once fought on these fields, and made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
Elsewhere an old man, Lee Jin-Seok, receives a phone call from the army. They’ve found a body that they suspect is his, and they’re calling to confirm that he is, in fact, still alive. This blast from the past brings about old memories. Jin-Seok picks up an old photo and thinks back...
Jin-Seok (Won Bin) and his older brother Jin-Tae (Jang Dong-gun) run though the streets of their hometown, without a care in the world. They have everything they need. Clothes on their backs, food on the table, and a loving family. The brothers live with their mother, their much younger siblings, and Jin-Tae’s soon-to-be wife Young-Shin (Lee Eun-Joo).
This tranquil existence is shattered when war breaks out. North Korea has invaded, and the family is forced to abandon their home, as it is on the verge of the border.
While the family is making its way to safer grounds, soldiers arrive and take Jin-Seok into custody. All men capable of carrying arms must report for duty, whether they like it or not. Jin-Tae try to free his brother, but he too is captured, and both of the brothers suddenly find themselves on an army train, heading straight to war.
Cut to a brutal battlefield. Scared inexperienced young men move through the crude trenches, with explosions going off everywhere. It rains bullets and everything is soaked in mud. Jin-Seok and Jin-Tae manage to stay alive through the first harrowing battles, and eventually they find themselves in a small tight-knit group of soldiers.
After a long siege, the men are starting to go crazy. There’s no water, no food, and they are slowly dying. As a last resort Jin-Tae suggests that they attack, instead of just defending. An unprecedented move that is sure to surprise the North soldiers. With new-found vigour, the starving men attack the other side.
The attack is a success, earning Jin-Tae the respect of the men and his superiors. Jin-Seok, on the other hand, grows increasingly frustrated with his brother. Jin-Tae volunteers for every mission, the more suicidal the better, in an effort to earn a Medal of Honor. Such a medal will enable him to request that his brother be send home. The pursuit of this medal bec0omes the only thing on his mind. Soon Jin-Seok can’t even recognise his own flesh and blood any more. The war drives a wedge between the brothers. As the world crumbles around them, so does the relationship they used to have.
War changes people, but some more than others. Will these two brothers ever be able move past their differences and reconcile? Will they even make it home in one piece? And will this useless war ever end...?
Posted by Wan at 6/04/2007 03:37:00 PM
Friday, June 1, 2007
Taxi 4 is great! It is so light, so optimistic, so unabashed and so well done that leaves only good impressions. Usually, the sequels and moreover all other continuations do not work out, but this did it. 91 minutes of the film fly so quickly that at the end you need more of this merry, funny, witty work. All the beloved heroes are here – silly Police Chief with all his crazy ideas, pot-smoking Rasta cop, slightly slow Afro-American cop, and then, the excellent trio of main heroes – Mr. Taxi Driver, Daniel; clumsy and sluggish Emelienne and then his super wife, Petra. This trio holds the whole film well, but then without all the secondary characters it also would be impossible to make this movie so good. The Belgian criminal, slightly stupid gangsters, terribly inept policemen, shoot-outs, chases, fights, drugs, football – everything is mixed up and served so hot, so immediate, so tasty and so refreshingly funny. This is a great example that Part Four sometimes may be very good.
Click for teaser HERE
Posted by Wan at 6/01/2007 03:41:00 PM
This is a Made In Singapore movie. It reflects the efficiency of Singapore government and society, but how about the price need to pay.
Is law abiding will make us more efficient? or breaking some rules at the right time will make us can step further?
|Starring:||Fann Wong, Gurmit Singh, Moses Lim|
|Directed by:||Jack Neo|
Posted by Wan at 6/01/2007 03:07:00 PM