Posted in Cooking, Feelings

Cooking Satay

I use these Malaysian sauce to cook Malaysian Satay.

First, I marinated lean chicken with marinated sauce.

According to the packaging, I should marinate for three hours, but I didn’t wait so much because I use chicken breast tender.

I supposed to skewer them, but I saved the process.

I also use oven to grill them.

I pour Satay Sauce (peanut sauce) from another packet…it tastes delicious!

Of course, this cannot beat Satay that are properly prepared and grilled on charcoal in Malaysia, but not bad at all for easy preparation such as marinate and grill ONLY.

I’m bring it as my tomorrow’s lunch.

Posted in Feelings, Food, Friends, International Culture, Movie, Restaurants, Shopping, Tokyo

Gong Xi Fa Cai

Happy New Chinese Year!

I’m not Chinese, but it’s Chinese New Year.

I want to do something Chinese today.

Therefore, I watched a movie, Man Hunt, which is collaborated between Japanese and Chinese and directed by Chinese Director, Mr. John Woo.

I watched the movie with subtitle because Chinese actors and actresses speak in Chinese.

It was 7:15 pm show so I changed cinema mileage (yes, we can cumulate mileage by watching movies) to a free drink and popcorn.

After the movie, I went out for Chinese dinner at my favorite Chinese restaurant, Tsim Sha Tsui, Roppongi.

It was late, but the owner is very kind allowing us in.

We wished her Gong Xi Fa Cai, then she gave us a dessert!

How sweet of her!

This is her way of giving me a sweet Ang pie (good luck red envelope)!

Thank you and….

Gong Xi Fa Cai!

Posted in Family, Feelings, Shopping

Curtain

I went to a showroom to check curtain with Mom.

I spent about 3.5 hours, but I need to visit other showrooms to compare.

My coordinator gave me a directory for all types of interiors: furnitures, lightings and curtains.

This directory is helpful to plan my visits🎶