Vegetarian bakery in Johor Bahru

9 February 2017 When I first vBurgCafe post on theIskandarian and ynz214 blog, I am very happy. Finally, I can choose vegetarian bakery for my diet. When I was pregnant around 5 weeks, I had a very bad cough. I visited Chinese traditional medical practitioner and was instructed not to consume chicken and egg. After… Read More


4 February 2017 The greatest joy after wedding ceremony is to welcome another life into Mr Ang and my life. Yes, I am completing my second trimester as I wrote this post. I have gone through a challenging first trimester. As this is my first time pregnant, I looked for healthy tidbit too. It is… Read More


19 December 201619 December 2016 I enjoy eating fresh fish dishes. In Chinese cooking, there are many ways to cook fish.I enjoy eating steam fish. Today, we going to try different SiChuan (四川 )fish cooking methods. Homemade SiChuan radish pickles is seldom found in Malaysia. Local radish is washed and dried . Then it is… Read More


27 December 2016 When I stepped into Terminal One cafe, I have a feeling that I board a train. To add on, the Korean movie “Train to Busan” is still vivid in my mind. I sort of looking for a door to slide open. The soup base for this 2 pots are totally different. Seafood… Read More


KeRenLai in Permas Jaya, Johor

28 August 2016 When we are young, we were taught to sing   客人来 KeRenLai (Guest are here). Keren  means guests or Hakka dialect. While the song KeRenLai is teaching kids the correct way to treat guests when parent are away.  With this  childhood song in mind, Mr. Bryan Ho and his cousin Mr. Ho established Ke… Read More