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Monday, April 30, 2012

Bloom The Floral Shop: Mother's Day Flower Giveaway!

Bloom The Floral Shop, at The Intermark
A good florist is like a good hair salon; you know there are plenty of them around, but you're not sure if other salons know how to suit your needs, your wants, your style. So most often we keep going back to the same, familiar place to fulfill our irregular need. We're thinking of one of those times of need is around the corner, what with Mother's Day only being 2 weeks away!

Unique window decoration

Enter Bloom The Floral Shop.

I'm not a regular patron of florists, so I won't say I'm an expert on all the local florists in town. Bloom The Floral Shop does have an established track record though, having been in the industry for 9 years already! (Back then, we didn't know each other yet - Wendy was topping her class in Form 4 and I was playing the fool as usual =P).

Totally bowled over by Bloom's charm instore
Lovely trinkets and decor that caught Wendy's eye
In recent years, Bloom become an online florist, branching out into taking orders online through their website,, but they also have 3 brick-and-mortar outlets in IPC Shopping Centre in Mutiara Damansara (formerly known as Ikano Power Centre), Empire Shopping Gallery in Subang, and their latest in The Intermark, KL. We stopped by the branch at Intermark where we snapped these photos of the place and of the freebie that we are giving away! But more on that later. =P

No, not the real thing... but awfully close!

Being primarily a flower shop, obviously they have a lot of flowers. What I didn't expect to see was the variety and quality of the artificial flowers they have in store! The artificial flowers at Bloom are all imported and handmade, from orchids to peonies to sunflowers. In fact, they look so close to the real thing that we were pleasantly surprised. I would think these are very popular as decor indoors.

Fresh lilies and gerberas in store today

Daisies and assorted wrappers for bouquets
But if you're the type that believes flowers should never be fake, Bloom also has a range of fresh flowers for you. Almost all the fresh flowers are kept refrigerated, so the freshness of their flowers is always guaranteed. =D

But don't say Bloom only deals in flowers! They also have a wide collection of charming decorative plaques for sale. These plaques are printed in Malaysia, but the pictures are actually posters painted from the US. So yes, these ain't your average plaques on the wall. =P

And there's more! Rustic, vintage-looking, photo frames made out of recycled wood are available for sale too. There's plenty of variety in shapes and designs, so finding the right fit shouldn't be a problem. It sure beats using the same old photo frame that everyone else has, like those from Ikea doesn't it? Especially perfect if you're one who likes a different touch. =D

The complimentary flower cake Wendy & I got to take home. :)
In the spirit of Mother's Day and love, Bloom also generously offered Wendy & I a complimentary flower cake arrangement to take home for our mothers, a 25cm high flower cake, featuring lilies, usually costing about RM 60. We were quite amused at the name "flower cake", but Angel, the florist on duty, explained that it was because it resembles a cake. Lol.

We can certainly vouch for the quality of the flowers and the great arrangement that Bloom provides, judging from the 'flower cake' that we received. But, this is only the one that we got - the one you could stand to get for your mother is even bigger!

Fancy winning one of these for your mom?

In conjunction with Mother's Day, we (or should I say Bloom?) will be delivering a flower cake that looks like that to your dear mother / grandma / aunty / godmother / sister / wife / basically, any mother! That flower arrangement is worth a cool RM120, so don't worry, no one is going to send your dear mother some cheapo looking flowers. =P

Since there's only one to give away, we unfortunately can only pick the most deserving winner. Here's how to qualify:

1. Click on our giveaway link here 
2. Comment on the link - tell us why your mom/any mother you know is the best in the most creative way possible (keeping it short and sweet is fine with us, you don't have to write essays to be creative!), before the 9th of May 2012!
3. Wendy & I will be picking the most creative message, and will get in touch with the winner for their mom's contact details e.g. delivery address, mom's name, etc
4. Bloom The Floral Shop will send that gorgeous flower cake to your mom, absolutely free of charge!

Do take note that Bloom only delivers around Klang Valley, so unfortunately we can't extend this competition to those living outstation this time. Sorry!

On top of that, Bloom is also organizing a flower arranging workshop for kids on 11-13 May. Kids will get in touch with their creativity and learn to make similar flower cakes for mom for Mother's Day... imagine that! Seats are on a first come first serve basis, so don't wait too long to register. =)

A special commendation for Bloom must be given, for this free giveaway and for doing so much for Mother's Day. We think it's really great, as well as a fun way to remind everyone about how great, and how awesome mothers are. =D

So, if you're like me, and don't know anything about flowers (Wendy fed me with all the flower names in the post =P) or don't really know where to get the best flowers, Bloom The Floral Shop may just be the one-stop place for you. Or, if you're like Wendy, who likes doing everything online, their online presence at would work just as well too!

Remember to leave us your submissions for the giveaway here before the 9th of May!


Bloom The Floral Shop |

@ The Intermark
Lot C13, Level C,
Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 2161 1616

@ Empire Shopping Gallery
LG 17, Lower Ground Jalan SS 16/1,
47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: +603 5632 1228
Fax: +603 5632 1268

@ IPC Shopping Centre (formerly known as Ikano Power Centre)
LG 25, Lower Ground Floor,
No.2, Jalan PJU 7/2, Mutiara Damansara,
47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: +603 7722 4429
Fax: +603 7725 3189

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Food: Estate @ The Intermark, Kuala Lumpur

Update 1/7/13: BIG has revamped Estate and the space is now known as BEAST.

Thanks to Someone getting a nice big bonus this year, I got treated to a nice dinner at Estate! =D

Estate is yet another restaurant opened by the BIG Group. While nearly everyone has heard of Plan B and Ben's these days, not many may have heard of Estate. That's expected though, because I dare say not many can afford to dine here on a regular basis!

Decor at Estate is plush yet not overly grand. There's lounge sofas for those just looking for a drink, and a separate section for the diners. There's also nifty gems like this old piece of film! At first I thought it was just a clever trick to have a mirror reflecting the candle, but turn it around and a picture shows up! Perhaps you are face-palming yourselves now at our ignorance, but hey, we grew up in the digital age. So sue us. =P

There's also bands for live entertainment on weekends, so do check out who is playing to support! We were fortunate to get this group named Hydra when we were there, a band made of 5 guys. The music and the singing was really good, setting the mood for a great evening. =D

Getting down to the food, we decided to start with this Crispy Chicken Confit Wings & Pan-Seared Scallops (RM 39.90). As is obvious in the picture, the chicken wing sits daintily atop a plump scallop.

Not having read the menu properly when we ordered, we initially thought the base was made of potato, but to our surprise it was a light, fluffy cauliflower mousse, dotted with bits of chopped chorizo. Maple syrup round the sides rounded up the whole formula. 

In short, this dish was amazing! Even for amateur foodies like us, it wasn't hard to appreciate the perfect balance created by the separate items on the plate. The juicy scallop and sweetly glazed and crispy chicken wing went perfectly together, while the chorizo gave the cauliflower mousse a bit more flavour, though not too much like if bacon bits had been used. There was hardly enough for the both of us; thankfully it's already divided into 2, otherwise there would definitely be fighting over the last mouthful. =D

We also had this Parmigiano-Reggiano Egg Croquette (RM 19.90) served with tartare sauce and micro greens. 

This croquette was executed well - one cut down the middle and the yolk just comes oozing out! Certainly a perfect serving of egg, yet full marks can't be given for just making a good croquette - many other places can do that too. 

What makes this into something worth raving about is the tartar sauce and greens round the side! While the croquette can be a bit rich, the sauce and greens even it out with its slight tangy-ness. If you have never been introduced to a croquette, this is a good place to get acquainted. 

Can you spot the Tiger beer can in a crude position? 
For our main course, we decided to share this Beer-Roasted Whole Chicken (RM 79.90) with gravy, bread sauce and roasted potatoes.

The menu said it serves 2, but really now, unless both people are big eaters, don't expect to come here and polish off one chicken! We recommend this more for 3 people, otherwise be prepared to takeaway/'tapau'.

Estate really does the name "Beer Roasted" seriously, since it is first presented as a whole chicken with a beer can up its backside! I have no idea whether that actually does help the roasting process or not, although I would like to think that it helps with retaining the moisture of the chicken, but one thing's for sure, it's a good gimmick. =P

Waiters at Estate are used to diners taking lots of pictures, so don't be afraid to snap away! After patiently waiting for all pictures to be taken, the chicken is taken back to the kitchen and sliced up for easier eating. This is where the fun begins. =D

We both have our preferences in parts when it comes to chicken (I'm the drumstick guy while Wendy prefers breast meat). But this time I was eating everything! In fact, I found the breast meat slightly better than the thigh or drumstick, since there's less fat there it becomes less oily. It was almost just as tender as meat from the other parts of the chicken. I also wasn't totally sold on the brown sauce, which wasn't too much of a problem since the chicken was perfect on its own anyway. 

Though we couldn't finish the chicken and all its meat, we couldn't leave with sampling a dessert. The most interesting item seemed to be this "Snickers Bar" (RM 19.90), a combination of caramel mousse, lush milk chocolate ice cream, lots of salted peanuts and a peanut chocolate cracker. Alas, dessert proved to be the chink in what had otherwise been a perfect dinner outing. We wanted to like this very much, but we couldn't shake the overwhelming taste of peanuts. The salted peanuts and chocolate ice cream didn't go together, while the peanut chocolate cracker made of dark chocolate didn't feel like it belonged either. 

For drinks, there was ice chocolate for me and ice lemon tea for Wendy. Food took awhile to arrive, so I was halfway done with mine before food came. But then again, the ice chocolate was so good it doesn't take much persuasion to finish! Certainly a must order if dining in Estate. =D

Overall, we had a great time at Estate. Admittedly it didn't come at a cheap price, but when we thought about it, we would have paid roughly the same for dining at an expensive buffet anyway. Add on a much more cozier ambiance at Estate, and we're now completely sold. There's other things that look really good on the menu too, so we'll definitely keep this place in mind when another occasion pops around!

Lot G-01, Ground Floor,
The Intermark,
No. 182, Jalan Tun Razak,
50400 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: +6 03 2163 5732
Fax: +6 03 2163 5734
Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs, 12pm-12am; Fri, 12pm-1am; Sat, 6pm-1am

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Food: G3 Kitchen & Bar @ Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar

The Telawis in Bangsar used to be synonymous with upscale watering holes filled with expats and high-class locals. These days it seems like everyone is running off to Publika & Solaris Dutamas, and poor Bangsar gets left behind. But don't cross it out just yet though, because there are still places worth checking out, like G3 Kitchen & Bar!

From the outside it doesn't look very big, but take a look inside and the place opens up with more seating round the corner. The walls are lined with shelves that stock imported foods which can be bought as well. Good for those who catch the cooking bug after having a taste of G3's cooking. =D

We visited G3 on a weekday night, so the place was quite quiet although not totally empty. Perfect setting for a simple romantic dinner for two, although I can't say a quiet place is good for business. Ah well, a place can't have everything I suppose. 

We were in a bit of a greedy mood that night since when are we not greedy eh?. So many yummy things to try, but only 2 stomachs to fill! Decisions decisions...but ultimately this Spiced Lamb Burger with Tazaki, Feta & Fries (RM 22) won out for Wendy. We used to say lamb burgers were hard to find, but that really isn't that true these days. We went to G3 not long after our outing at Fat Boy's, so the memory of the slightly-underpar lamb burger there was still fresh in our mind.

This lamb patty turned out to be well minced, with lots of spices packed inside. The patty was too salty for us, but it was balanced out by the tangy, yogurt-y salad topping made up of cucumbers, onion, and tomato. Eaten all together, it made for a perfect combination! The bun was also of good quality and nicely buttered, a common place where burgers commonly fail, for Wendy. Definitely a better experience compared to Fat Boy's lamb burger, anyway. 

I had trouble choosing the best dish to try, but the waiter recommended this Chicken Tikka Masala (RM 29) - a half chicken marinated with Indian spice, served on brown rice with tomato salsa, and mint-yoghurt sauce on the side. Before he recommended I had already included this in one of my choices narrowed down, so he just helped make up my mind. =P

Diners are warned that this take 20 minutes to prepare. Since it was a quiet night, we got ours sooner than that. But then I wouldn't mind waiting 20 minutes for this! I got served one piece of juicy, tender chicken thigh and one chicken breast. I don't know how to describe the flavour except to say it was robust, and compounded with the brown rice filled with onion, tomato, and parsley. I didn't care much for the mint sauce because the chicken and the rice had lots of flavour going for it already with the various grain and herbs in it - anymore and it was overload! Still, I thoroughly enjoyed this down to the last mouthful. =D

Like I said, we were feeling greedy that night, so we went and ordered a Pesce Fumato (RM 28) to share! Broken down, it consists of smoked tuna, salmon & snow fish in honey mustard sauce, with a thin crust for base and some rocket on top. =)

Being greedy doesn't always pay off, but this time it did! Maybe we were so impressed because we underestimated the pizza at G3; all I can say is when we sunk our teeth into that pizza we knew everything was just right! There was a generous portion of fish, with just the right amount of rocket to balance the richness of the tangy, sweet honey mustard sauce. Another great combination by G3.

Since we were on such a roll with food that night, we treated ourselves to dessert too! G3 has a vast array of desserts, but nothing looked better than this chocolate fondant (G3 has a fancier name for this, but unfortunately, our memory fails us :p) - chocolate cake with a molten lava centre with a scoop of ice cream on top.

I wouldn't call this our favourite molten lava cake, but it was nice enough, with a steaming hot liquid centre. Not the first on our list of recommendations, but we won't advise avoidance either. Satisfying end to a great dinner!
Butterscotch Shake & Pink Guava Juice, both RM 8

All in all, we regret not making the effort to try G3 earlier even though we've known about the place for awhile. At least now we know where to go for nicer-than-usual dinner! If you're looking for a place in Bangsar, do give this place a try. There really is more to Bangsar than just Antipodean these days! =P

G3 Kitchen & Bar
No. 19, Jalan Telawi 3,
59100 Bangsar Baru,
Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +6 03 2282 9019
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri, 11am-12midnight, Sat & Sun, 9am-12midnight

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Food: Fat Boy's The Burger Bar @ Publika, Solaris Dutamas

Dear friends and readers (well, we consider readers as friends too :)), 

We thank you for all your prayers and kind condolences on our last post. While we still mourn the loss of dear Jayden a week after he has departed, we know he is in far a better place now. With a heightened appreciation of loved ones and living life, we restart our regular posts once again. Jayden is gone, but never forgotten.

Much love,
Adam & Wendy


Ever since we joined our first every motor hunt last year, we've always been on the lookout for new hunts to participate in. Well, in the beginning of March, we finally got the chance to take part in the Publika Half-Day Motor Hunt! As is the case norm with all motor hunts, a briefing is held a couple days before the event. That's when we found the chance to give Fat Boy's The Burger Bar a try. =D

Originating from Singapore, Fat Boy's The Burger Bar is what one would call a burger specialist. No matter what kind of burger you're craving for, chances are you're going to find it here! The decor inside is mainly black and cartoony, and they only have a medium sized shoplot. Coming early (or late) or making bookings is advised, because the place can be packed on weekends. 

Zhen Han couldn't make it for the briefing, so it was just Ching and both of us. After some debate after ordering our burgers, we decided our stomachs could fit in some Beer-Battered Onion Rings. This was very crispy and tasted very nice, especially when dipped in the barbecue sauce on the side. I felt there were a few occasions when there was a bit too much batter, but other than that there were no complaints. =)

We ordered two of their Thick Malt Shakes (RM 13) to share, a Strawberry for me and a Vanilla with added crushed Oreos (additional RM 1.50) for the girls. Other additional toppings range from Nutella, to bananas, or even marshmallows. Alcohol can also be added for RM 10 (choice of Kahlua or Bailey's). 

These shakes were extremely thick and sweet, but rather standard as milkshakes go. We did expect a more fragrant malt taste from this because of its name, but there was only a hint of malt in our shakes.

But now... on to the stars of the show! Between the three of us, we decided to order three burgers which the girls neatly cut up into thirds for sharing.

There was a time when I lamented on the difficulties of finding a good lamb burger around town. Someone must have heard me, because there seems to be more choices these days! Fat Boy's has a lamb burger called Bolly Wooly (RM 18) which is a lamb patty sandwiched between 2 halves of a yummy honey oat bun.

To give things some Bollywood flavour, the patty is doused in Fat Boy's special homemade curry remoulade and chutney is used instead of the usual tomato or mayo! An interesting combination - the slight musky spice from the curry and the sweetness from the chutney - that really worked, but unfortunately our patty was a bit too raw for our liking. I think we prefer our lamb to be a little more cooked as compared to beef.

Do note that at Fat Boy's, all burgers are done medium-well unless otherwise specified, so I think we may ask for the lamb to be a little more well-done the next time. =)

Presuming to try one of each type of burger, we ordered one of the pork variety - the Mahalo (RM 18.50) - a bacon-stuffed pork patty between a buttered sesame seed bun, with a grilled pineapple ring, Monterey Jack cheese and some caramelised onions for company. We didn't like this as much as the other patties; Wendy liked the sweetness of the pineapple with the minced pork patty but thought it was mostly dry and lacking in flavour compared to the others.

Hopefully it was just an off day for the pork patty, because we'd really like to go back to try their Elvis burger - a pork burger with peanut butter and grilled bananas!

But whatever slight disappointment we had with the pork, quickly dissipated with the beef! I had my eyes set on this burger ever since I saw it in other reviews - the Fat Basterd (RM 28) in all it's towering glory. The Fat Basterd, if the name hasn't scared you yet, is a monster of a burger, consisting of two beef patties sandwiching a fried egg and topped with cheddar cheese and bacon, in between a sesame bun. If that looks like too much for your arteries, you can choose a Wimpy (RM 19) which is just 50% (i.e. 1 patty) of the Fat Basterd. Don't worry - everything else is still 100%. =P

"Well, you're a hot mess, and I'm fallin' for you" - Cobra Starship

Well, the Fat Basterd turned out to a sloppy, sinful, hot mess of delight. It turns out that 2 really is better than 1 (to quote Boys Like Girls as well), especially since I'm such a meat eater! I don't think a Wimpy would have been good enough for me. On the other hand, just having a Fat Basterd might be a bit much for one. I suggest ordering other burgers and sharing like we did to try the different styles! =D

So as the picture says, Fat Boy's has the beef. And have the beef they do!

While we weren't impressed with the Mahalo pork burger, the Bolly Wooly was good with a lot of further potential, and the Fat Basterd was just...well...awesome! If we're ever in Publika and crave some affordable, hearty burgers, we'll be back. =D

Fat Boy's, The Burger Bar | Facebook
(directly opposite The Square and near Ben's)
Lot G2-30, Level G2, Publika,
No.1, Jalan Dutamas 1, Solaris Dutamas
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +6 03 6206 1352
Opening Hours: Daily, 11am-10pm

Monday, April 9, 2012

In Loving Memory of Jayden Tan


Kor Kor....I want iphone.

Children tend to ask incessantly for things they want. How was I to know there would never be another chance to hear it again? Jayden Tan passed away on April 7 at the tender age of 4. He was Wendy's youngest nephew, and my friend.

Friends are normally people we can talk to, people whom we can relate and communicate with. Jayden was 20 years younger than me, but I count him as a good friend. Though I never saw him as often as Wendy, every time we met was a time filled with joy and fun for both of us. He'll be happy because I let him play with my iPhone, and I'll be happy because he lets me bounce him on my knee and carry him all over the place. No one else's phone has as many games as mine, so I quickly became the favourite 'Kor Kor'. And since he was the youngest and the one I saw most often, he became my favourite kid too.

A friend is someone we have things in common with. Jayden liked blue, which I highly approved of, since I like blue too. He was a naughty boy at times, stubborn and a whiner, but there was never ill intent because in his heart he was a good little boy. I understood all that because I was just like that too. Probably still am today... =)

Oh but we shared other things in common too. Jayden started out as a car fan (he always knew which one was Kor Kor's car), but when daddy bought him his first train set a whole new love blossomed. I loved seeing Jayden play with his Thomas the Tanks. It reminded me so much of myself growing up. One of my fondest memories is when daddy set up this big oval track across the whole dining table and Jayden would watch the trains go round and round, excitedly pointing all the trains. (He loved causing collisions too, but that was not encouraged. =P). I wish I had more years to share our love for trains. I never got the chance to show him my own collections, a regret that I will carry.

But I'm glad we gave Jayden the chance to drive a real car! We'll never forget that time we finished dinner at Desa Park City, and on the way back to San Kor's house he wanted to follow my car. So on the way we stopped by the big empty car park, and I put him on my lap and let him drive around and around while I worked the gas pedals. The look of joy and fascination on his face was amazing, the look of disbelief on his face when I asked him to drive so amusing. If I had to choose one moment where I made him the happiest, that would have been it. And I'm glad I gave him that experience. =)

But most of all, I loved Jayden for being my rock in a hard place - literally. Anyone who has been through meeting your in-laws / girlfriend or boyfriend's family knows how nerve-wracking it can be, what more when your girlfriend has 2 parents, 3 siblings, and a brood of nieces and nephews! It was never easy in the beginning, feeling awkward about where to stand or who to talk to during the family occasions when Wendy was busy with others. But it was always easier with Jayden around. I could entertain him, talk to him, make him smile. I could play toys with him, carry him around, or chase after him. That's the beauty of being a baby - it doesn't take long to trust someone new. And since as a baby he always "had a preference for men" (according to mummy), I seemed to be the perfect fit. I will be eternally grateful to Jayden for all those times. I doubt my meet-the-family sessions would have been half as enjoyable without Jayden around. =)

Jayden will always have a special place in both our hearts, because he was born the same year Wendy and I got together. The first time I met him it must have been around his first birthday, and since then we have watched him grow up year by year, just as our relationship has also grown over the last 3+ years. For every tender step he has taken to standing on his own 2 little feet, so have we taken more steps in our relationship. For as many times as he has fallen down and picked himself back up again, so have we gone through ups and downs and still try to work them out. Though he may no longer be with us, his memory will always be a bond that we share. I have lost a dear friend, and Wendy, a nephew. But we count ourselves blessed that we had the opportunity to be a part of his short, but happy life.


(Jayden Tan Liang Fung passed away on Saturday, April 7 at 12.05am. He was only 4 years old. This is my eulogy for him. The below is Wendy's note to him which she wrote on Facebook, reproduced here as a tribute to him on our blog.)


To Jayden; my sweet, handsome, precious nephew Jayden,

Though you’ve only been with us for only a little over four years, that’s more than enough to make us love you for an infinite number of lifetimes.

It doesn’t seem real. Even after midnight today when you left us, it didn’t feel real. The pain, the tears, they were all there, but I felt almost like I was on the outside looking in. Like this all never happened. I kept on turning to Adam and say to him, “this doesn’t feel real”. I keep on thinking I should wake up to the sounds of you laughing outside my door.

Last week before I went away, you told me you wanted me to buy you a t-shirt, “with a horse, like daddy”. I got you two, and you were over the moon. You waited impatiently throughout the week so that you could wear them both over the weekend.

That was only last weekend.

And then, it was just only Monday where you started to contract this hand foot and mouth disease. It was only Thursday night where I still saw you and talked to you, right before your breathing got heavy and mummy took you to the hospital. It was only yesterday morning where things went downhill and you had to be transferred to the ICU. It was only this morning where you left us.

We come home to an empty house, and I almost expect you to come bounding out of a dark corner like the little ball of energy you’ve grown to become. “Harro Wen Kor!” you would cheerfully shout, almost a little cheekily, as your little feet run towards me as fast as you can.

That was the pure ray of sunshine you were. Still will be in our hearts.

I don’t know why this inhumane virus can take you away from us, taking this boy with so much exuberance, so much life, at such heartbreaking speed. I can’t fathom why the virus could have made its way to the back of your precious brain, why it had to make your heart beat abnormally fast, or why I had to stand by watching helplessly at your door while the doctors tried their best to jolt your little chest alive, but I know I must be happy for you must be in a far brighter, happier place right now, one where sorrow and suffering don’t exist.

I know I must be happy with the priceless treasures you have left me - the smiles, the way you like to wink, the cheeky laughter, the way you must blow out the candles on everyone else's birthday cakes, the way you pull me into your room to watch Transformers with you, the way you like to take pictures, the way your face would light up everytime you heard we were going kai kai - the memories.

You are sorely missed, my boy, but greatly loved and forever remembered.

Wen Kor

Jayden's last birthday - Feb 2012

One of the last pictures of Jayden, wearing the blue polo with the big horse that Wendy bought from Bandung. =)
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