Friday, 17 April 2015
For the benefit of those who couldn't make it to my wedding and for those who did, but wanted to see it again - here's our opening video :-) Many thanks to my brother Kenny who wrote and directed the video. And to my Heng-Tai's who were such good sport. We all had a great time filming that music video in the hot sun, wearing those fancy outfits over 2 hours. You guys are awesome! The MV features the song Up Town Funk, originally by Bruno Mars, but made better by our Heng-Tais (Groomsmen) :-)))) Enjoy :-) This MV is crazy! You gotta watch it! :-)Posted by Joey Yap on Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Paranoid Guy Fattens Up His Own Girlfriend So Men Wouldn't Find Her Attractive
Published by Darian Goh — 15 Apr 2015, 01:38 PM
This sounds like a pretty unhealthy relationship.
In order to prevent his girlfriend from attracting any suitors, a jealous Chinese man came up with the perfect plan: Fatten the girlfriend
A jealous boyfriend who 'fattened up' his partner in a ploy to put off any love rivals has popped the question. Attractive Yan Tai weighed just over seven stone when she began dating You Pan in South China's Guangdong Province.
20-year-old Yan Tai was just around 45kg before meeting You Pan, who was extremely jealous and paranoid that she'd attract other men
Yan Tai, 20, of China’s Guangdong Province weighed about 100 pounds about two years ago, Daily Mail reports. It was around this time when she started dating You Pan, who was extremely paranoid about his girlfriend attracting other men.
You Pan would feed her two big breakfasts, huge lunches and scrumptious dinners every day and even woke her up to feed her midnight snacks.
Pretty soon, her weight doubled to 90kg before You Pan decided to pop the question with a bouquet of Ferrero Roche at their favourite street of restaurants.
Luckily, Pan seems to have found a dormant food addict that just needed some encouragement to come out because Tai didn’t seem to mind the treatment. She gained over 90 pounds thanks to his feeding.
Thursday, 16 April 2015
Tuesday, 14 April 2015
Vaisakhi (Punjabi: ਵਿਸਾਖੀ) visākhī), also known as Baisakhi, Vaishakhi, or Vasakhi) is a festival celebrated in the Punjab region. The festival coincides with other festivals celebrated on the first day of Vaisakh, in some regions of the Indian Subcontinent such as Pohela Boishakh, the Bengali New Year or Bohag Bihu of Assam or Puthandu, the Tamil New Year.
Vaisakhi is especially important for the Sikh community as it marks the establishment of the Khalsa. More recently, this festival is also celebrated around the world by theSikh diaspora.
The festival is also celebrated by Hindus and Buddhists for different reasons including the start of a new year. People in the Punjab Region regard Vaisakhi as a harvest festival and new year by Non-Sikhs. LINK