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Yean Labmagico
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a Malaysian girl who stuck in United States.

YEAN is my name.


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I have been eating too much since the day I came back to Malaysia.
Gaining super lot of weight I guess. I don't wanna know what is my weight now :X
No more wearing crop tees with shorts, because having a big fat tummy now. sigh.

Do you know that I only eat a proper meal in a day at U.S.?
And then when I came back to Malaysia, I eat non stop from afternoon to night! My stomach has no time to rest at all. wtf.
This is why I always say that U.S. makes me look better, and Malaysia makes people look super ugly!
Is time to have a diet plan when I get back to U.S.

Check out some of the food I had these days...













instagram: @cwyean

peace xx

SPOCOM Car Event 2013
Throwback to last year, SPOCOM held a car show in San Jose's Japantown, closing off the main street. The event was packed with awesome music, great weather, and quality cars! This was my first time being in a car event at U.S. I was there with Peter ; Austin was the one who invited us to the event. Peter and I just get to know Austin not that long at that time. There were a lot of cool modified cars that caught my attention.

I super love sport cars and muscle cars but I don't know anything about cars. hehe. The time I started to check out cool cars like boys did was the time when I was looking for a car in U.S. And so, I got myself a Nissan 350z (among my budget). I don't know about muscle cars too until I get to know Peter! Guess what? That time when he first dated me out with his Mustang, I was like "damn. his car is so handsome", then I started to do a research about Mustang. To be honest, his car caught my attention first, not him. hahahaha.

This was the time, we always chilled at Austin's shop after we get to know him.
Peter brought me there almost every single day. Crazy. #thosewerethedays 

That silly kid fooling around.

and then influenced by him, I always did silly stuff with him too :\
Not even a single second being a normal person whenever together with him.
Then everyone always said that we looked cute together. #wtf
Guess both of us have some serious brain problems at that moment. lol.

Back to the car show, I took some photos at the event. Check it out and enjoy if you are a car lover too :D

These are only some of the cars from SpoCom car show 2013 at San Jose, there's a lot more.
I've attended this year SpoCom car show too! Will blog about it later :)

peace xx

Street Art @ Shah Alam (Seksyen 7 & Seksyen 2)

My friend and I came out with the idea of photo-shooting since both of us have nothing to do, yes, way tooooooo free. I was thinking of shooting at a background with graffiti art because I've seen a lot of very cool and creative graffiti on the wall in Western countries. So I made a research in google are there any places like that in KL, Malaysia, then I found this street art in the alleys of Shah Alam. It is not exactly graffiti arts that I want, however, it is another kind of creative artwork supported from local artistes by transforming an ordinary back alleys into art streets with 3D paintings, street furniture and paintings on-site.

There are 2 back alleys in Shah Alam which have been nicely transformed to art streets:
- Laman Seni 2 (Seksyen 2)
- Laman Seni 7 (Seksyen 7)

The street art is actually a project collaboration between the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA), Bank Muamalat and UiTM students focuses on improving the back alleys, engaging our generation to appreciate towards art and architecture, as well as providing a platform for the younger generation to express themselves in the form of art. It is also part of the MBSA's effort to run a "clean zone programme" (Zon Bersih campaign), and challenge the notion of back alleys as dirty and dingy areas by developing them into tourist attractions.

"The main objective of this project is to express the appreciation towards art to the residents of Shah Alam. The population of Shah Alam is mostly consisted of students. By creating this kind of project, students from various universities would be able to appreciate and learn more about street art concept...... This project will also create an early exposure for the school students to art and idea. In short, besides having this project as a new attraction in Shah Alam, it also will create an early exposure and awareness towards art."
- KHZNH Studio

LAMAN SENI 7 #LorongBelakang
Laman Seni 7 is a continuation of Laman Seni 2 project. It is bigger and much more nicer compare to Laman Seni 2.

Jalan Plumbum Q7, 
Seksyen 7, Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia.

This is my favorite wall art among all - The "Melting"! 
Looks very cool here, and check out the message for everyone.

This is the older street art, and it is only a small area about 150 meters long.

Jalan Bunga Melur 2/16,
Seksyen 2, Shah Alam, 
Selangor, Malaysia.

This is interesting, classroom on a vertical wall.

Desks and chairs in horizontal positions are bolted onto the straight wall.

There are a lot more interesting artworks that I never show out here. If you are interested in arts like me, these places are worth to pay a visit. So far, there is no entrance fee to visit the art streets as everyone is allowed to visit the back alleys at any time of the day :)

peace xx