Friday, December 25, 2015

Oriental Pharma Co., Ltd. Booth Exhibition

Expos are one of the busiest time for any exhibitors. Not only there are many customers to take care of you meet many interesting people who'll share their awesome stories with you.

The overwhelming response is due to the freebies the OrientalmPharma is giving away such as the famous herbal infusion tea used for slimming purpose, Fitne and many other products such as the expensive nourishment pill Pharmaton!

It's a busy day, and we'll keep you updated!

Friday, December 18, 2015

AirAsia Beautiful and Cheerful Stewardess

I'm not fond of AirAsia due to the limitation such as 1 baggage per flight, etc. and I still prefer other budget flight, though one thing I have to admit is AirAsia has those liveliest and cheerful stewardess around.

This is a flight on 17th December from Juanda Surabaya through AirAsia.

She's a Malaysian stewardess during my recent flight from Surabaya to Kuala Lumpur.

It was a 9pm flight and I can understand why she look so tired but she can still give a charming smile during my purchase.

If you know her, do thanks her for making it a nice flight for me. :)

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Smoke from Indonesia is covering Thailand

.Hatyai is full do these smoke.. It's getting thicker up to the point of smelling the burnt scent from the smoke.

seriously, Indonesia must do something about it already

Monday, September 21, 2015

Multiple Trip to Thailand

Made multiple trip to Bangkok this month... I feel like I'm wasting a lot of money traveling across Thailand, luckily this isn't for fun...

Multiple Trip to Thailand

Made multiple trip to Bangkok this month... I feel like I'm wasting a lot of money traveling across Thailand, luckily this isn't for fun...

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Cosmetics Manufacturer -

GreenTech Biolab ( is a major cosmeceuticals company who produces various products for many companies and entrepreneur in Thailand.

Their products of interest are 100% organic and natural lotions and handmade soaps.

Major market includes Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and the rest of the South East Asia.

Feel free to visit or inquire through the GreenTech Biolab website at

Saturday, July 25, 2015

7k Dark Elixir

I 'be been on Clash of Clans for a few years now. It's fun and addicting.
So much grinding so far, and with the removal of sandbox, things have been better.
I've never used sandbox before.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Life of the Highest IQ

I don't know very many stories about ultra-smart children, so I can't speak for all of them. I only know the story of one man, so that is the one I will share. It has a happy ending, I think.

Kim Ung-yong, the 'Forgotten Genius'

He held the Guinness World Record for highest IQ at 210 [1]. He could absorb languages like a sponge-- not just rote memorization but also thoroughly grasping grammar and nuance. At age 3, he was attending physics lectures at Hanyang University. He could read Korean, Japanese, German, and English by the time he was 4. When he was 8 he was invited to the U.S. by NASA, where he earned his masters and PhD at Colorado State. Afterwards, he worked as a nuclear physicist and researcher at NASA for 5 years until the ripe age of 16, upon when he suddenly wrapped up his life overseas and returned to Korea.

To everyone's curiosity (and dismay) he enrolled in a 'no-name' university and studied civil engineering. He originally couldn't even apply for university because he'd never graduated from high school, and had to get his GED. He was an ordinary office worker for a while and gradually faded from the memories of the Korean populace.

His own thoughts are as follows... (from an interview)

"Sorry, but I am not a genius. I just happened to learn things a little faster than others. Learning things more quickly doesn't mean that you go further in life. [2]

"After I returned from the states, I chose my school and my workplace as I pleased. What I'd studied in the past was for destructive purposes, but my new major (civil engineering) was to create useful objects that had never existed before, and I enjoyed that. My current workplace is the same way. However, the things that brought me happiness incited a different reaction from the rest of the world. No matter how often I said "Right now, I am happy," others told me, "There's no way that's possible." If I say, "I am satisfied in my work," they respond with, "Why would you even..." I was called a genius in the past, and it seems that that means I must be a professor at Harvard or Yale. I will say this again: I am happiest right now." [3]

The interviewer still didn't get it. "But why did you throw it all away?"

"To become happy. Even when I was in the U.S. I heard that I was fairly talented. But I didn't know what I was talented at. All I did was solve problems and equations like a machine. For one division, there were more than twenty different research labs, but you'd never even know what was going on in the room next to yours. Secrecy was most vital, and any important milestones were attributed to those in superior positions. Perhaps the most problematic thing was that there was no one to listen to the small voice of a young boy. I could see no escape. I wonder, now, if there were similarities between the recent suicide of the KAIST students and my situation back then." [4]

Personally, I don't believe Kim threw anything away. He let go of something that he didn't want and didn't need in order to grasp hold of something better. The simple joys of a normal life. He could have become almost anything he wanted to be, and he chose happiness.

Today, Kim Ung-yong is 52 years old, and recently fulfilled his dream of becoming a full-time professor. He lives a quiet life, staying out of the eyes of the media and investing in the young minds of his students.

"When I am kicking around a ball with my son, or getting a drink with my colleagues after work... That is when I am the happiest."

NB that 2-5 are the original texts, which have been translated into English in the main answer.

[1] The Guinness Book of World Records retired "Highest IQ" in 1990 because they thought it was an unreliable test. Otherwise, Kim might still be holding that record.

[2]  "죄송하지만 나는 천재가 아니다. 남들이 살면서 천천히 배우는 것을 조금 어린 나이에 익힌 것일 뿐이다. 빨리 익혔다고 멀리 가는 것은 아니지 않나."

[3] "미국에서 돌아온 뒤 학교든 직장이든 내가 좋아하는 곳을 선택했다. 그 전에 공부하던 분야가 파괴를 위한 것이었다면 새로 배운  전공(토목공학)은 없는 것을 만들어 사람들이 이용하도록 하는 일이어서 좋았다. 지금 다니는 직장도 마찬가지다. 그런데 내가 그렇게  좋다는데 세상의 반응은 내 생각과 달랐다. 아무리 내가 “지금이 행복하고 좋다.”고 해도 사람들은 “그럴 리가 없다.”고 했다.  “내 일에 만족하고 있다.”고 하면 “왜 그런 일을….” 뭐 이런 식이다. 과거에 천재라고 불렸다면 지금 내가 반드시 하버드대나  예일대에서 교수를 하고 있어야 하는 것인가. 다시 말하지만 난 지금이 가장 행복하다."

[4] "내가 행복해지기 위해서다. 난 미국에 가서도 꽤 잘한다는 소리는 들었다. 하지만 내가 뭘 잘하고 있는지 몰랐다. 주어지는  과제와 수학문제를 기계처럼 풀기만 했던 것이다. 한 분야를 위해 20개 이상 연구실이 함께 작업을 했지만 정작 옆방에서 뭘  하는지는 알 수가 없었다. 비밀주의 원칙이 이어졌고 거기서 생긴 공은 대부분 윗선의 차지였다. 어린 나이에 힘들다는 내 하소연을  들어줄 사람이 없었다는 것이야말로 가장 큰 문제였는지도 모른다. 어디에도 탈출구는 보이지 않았다. 최근 자살한 카이스트 학생들도  나처럼 그랬던 게 아닐까 싶기도 하다."

[5] 아들과 공을 찰 때, 퇴근 후 동료들과 대포 한잔 할 때가 가장 행복하다.

- Former child genius to become full-time university professor
- 아이큐 210의 천재 김용웅씨 미국 나사 연구원이란 직업 포기하고 지방대나와 지방 평범한 사무원으로 살아 / 글쓴이 : 정통령

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Dogs seizing convenient store

Only in Thailand, where dogs are loved.

Saturday, June 6, 2015

Bathing a Dog

Well, it's a mix Labrador and Thai dog.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

หาร้านออกแบบสินค้า Part 2


ทางร้าน ได้ติดต่อมาที่ผมให้ผมเข้าไปดูแบบกล่องที่เขาได้ออกแบบมา ช่วงนั้นคือเดือน 3/2558

ทางผมยังยุ่งกับโรงงานผลิตเครื่องสำอางและห้องแลบมาราฐาน แถมต้องการสบูตัวอย่างที่คุณป๋องเอาไปตั้งแต่ 12/2557 เลยสอบถามไปว่าสบูอยู่ไหน แต่ก็ไม่ได้รับคำตอบ เห็นว่ายังอยู่กรุงเทพ ผมเลยให้เวลาคุณป๋องให้ทางกรุงเทพส่งกลับมาทันที

ผ่านไปสักวันศุกร์ของเดือน 3/2558 ทางคุณป๋องก็ยังไม่ได้เอาสบูตัวอย่างที่ผมจำเป็นต้องใช้เร่งด่วนมาคืน เลยให้แฟนเข้าไปที่ร้านอาหารที่คุณป๋องเคยนัดเราไป ชื้อ พุทธรักษา หาดใหญ่

ตอนเย็นของวันเดียวกัน ระหว่างที่ผมกำลังคุมช่างที่กำลังปรั่บปรุงโรงงาน ทางคุณป๋องก็ได้โทรมาโมโหใส่ผม หาว่าแฟนได้ไปโวยวายที่ร้านอาหารพุทธรักษาของคุณป๋อง คำพูดไม่สุภาพและมาสั่งว่าอย่าไปทำอย่างนั่นกับเขาอี่ก ด้วยความมึนงงผมเลยโต้ตอบไปว่าเหตุการที่เกิดขึ้นเพราะคุณป๋องไม่มีความพยายามที่จะติดต่อผมเลย ไม่ว่าจะเรื่องสบู่หรือเรื่องกล่องบรรจุภัณฑ์ ทุกครั่งผมต้องเป็นฝ่ายโทรหาคุณป๋องและสอบถามไปว่าไปถึงไหนบ้าง จะไม่มีการแจ้งจากคุณป๋องเลย แถมผมได้ให้โอกาสมากถึง 5 วันให้คุณป๋องส่งสบูตัวอย่างของผมกลับจากกรุงเทพ ตั้งแต่วันศุกร์ยาวถึงวันศุกร์ของอี่กอาทิตย์ แต่คุณป๋องก็ไม่เคยสนใจ ทางคุณป๋องแก้ตัวว่าเขาได้ไปหาสบูจากร้ายยาร้ายหนึ่งที่ผมสนิดด้วย แถมยังท้าให้ผมไปหาเขาที่ร้านยานั้น ณ.เวลานั่นๆด้วย จากเรื่องงานบานปลายเป็นเรื่องการท้าต่อย งงมาก

หลังจากการต่อเถียงวันนั่นผมเลยหมดหวังกับร้านนี้มาก จากครั่งแรกที่ดูว่าเป็นมืออาชีพ ต่อมาก็กลายเป็นผู้ชายคนหนึ่งที่ต่อล้อต่อเถียงไม่รับผิดชอบของลูกค้าเสียเลย หากไม่มีแบบที่แน่นอนหรือต้องการติดต่อทางธุรกิจในระยะยาวก็ไม่แนะนำให้ติดต่อร้าน ไม่งั่นท่านอาจจะเสียเวลาและเสียความรู้สึกต่อพฤติกรรมของคุณป๋อง

ปล. หลังจากคุยกับแฟน แฟนยอมรับว่าได้ไปที่ร้าน พุทธรักษา ของคุณป๋องจริงและได้ตำหนิที่เอาสบูตัวอย่างเราไปเป็น 3 เดือนโดยไม่คิดจะคืน (เราจ้องให้ทำกล่องบรรจุภัณฑ์ จึงไม่จำเป็นต้องเอาสบูเราไปด้วย) แต่ไม่ได้ถึงขนาวีนหรือโวยวายในร้าน แต่ทางพี่สาวคุณป๋องได้ โอเวอร์และคุยน้ำเสียงไม่ปกติกับทางแฟนมาก ผงคงจะพูดได้ว่าพี่สาวคุณป๋องคงใส่ไฟค่อนข้างเยอะจนคุณป๋องถึงต้องโวยใส่ผมโดยไม่มีเหตุอันสำควร

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Friday, March 20, 2015


ทางเราได้หาร้านออกแบบผลิตภัณฑ์เครื่องสำอาง ทั้งฉลากและกล่อง

ตอนแรกให้มาสเตอร์พีชหาดใหญ่ออกให้ ทางนั้นบอกจะยื้นใบเสนอราคาตั้งแต่ 10/2557 แต่รอถึงธันวาคมยังไม่ได้รับการติดต่อเลย ทางเราจึงติดต่อไปสอบถามเรื่อยๆ  จนถึงช่วง12/2557 ก็ตักสินใจเอาตัวอย่างไปจากร้านมาสเตอร์พีชและเอาไปทำที่อื่น

ช่วง 12/2557 เจอร้าน จึงโทรไปเพื่อคุยรายละเอียด ทางเจ้าของชื้อ ป๋อง ก็นัดเจอเลย พูดจาหน้าเชื้อถือว่าออกแบบมาแล้วหลายที่ แถมยังตีราคาคร้างๆ 200.- ต่อกล่อง(เปล่า) ทางผมจึงให้เขาเก็บตัวอย่างของคู่แข่งที่ผมซื้อมาในราคา1,200.- กว่าๆ
ไม่เข้าใจเหมือนกันคุณป๋องจะขอตัวสบู่ข้างในไว้ทำเพราะเราจ้างเขาออกแบบเฉพาะตัวกล่อง พูดได้อย่างเดียวว่าคุณป๋องเป็นคนมี art และ style ทำให้ผมเชื้อถือในฝีมือมาก

ทุกๆ2อาทิตย์ผมได้ลองโทรตามคุณป๋องว่างานไปภึงไหนแล้ว มักมีเหตุผลอ้างเช่น เข้าโรงพยาบาล กล้องไม่สวย ตีคืนโรงงานบ้าง
และล่าสุด ผมถึงขนาดตกใจ ผ่านไป3เดือน 3/2558 ทางคุณป๋องยังอ้างว่ายังไม่เสร็จ แต่จะนัดคุยอาทิตย์หน้า พอผมถามว่าขอสบู่คืนเพราะต้องเอามาเป็นตัวอย่าง คุณป๋องบอกว่าส่งสบู่ขึ้นกรุงเทพไปด้วย แฟนผมโกรธมาก เราไม่ได้จะทำสบู่แบบเดียวกับตัวอย่างที่เราให้คุณป๋องไว้ สิ่งที่เราให้คุณป๋องทำไม่เกี่ยวกับสบู่ก้อนนั้น (ที่จริงผมก็ไม่ควรให้ตัวอย่างสบู่ตั้งแต่แรกนะ) ภายในวันเดียวกันแฟนผมได้พยายามติดต่อคุณป๋องเพื่อสอบถามว่าเขาเอาสบู่ตัวอย่างไปทำอะไร เราจำเป็นต้องใช้   แต่กลับโดนกดสายทิ้งและปิดเครื่อง

อารมย์ตอนนั้นรู้เลยว่า คุณป๋อง นี้หวยมากและขอเขียนบทความนี้เพื่อเตือนใจผู้อื่นว่าไปหาร้านอื่นเหอะครับ


Friday, February 13, 2015

Funniest dog in the world

You know something is definitely wrong with your Sheppherd the moment they greet you with this....

And give you this look before you leave..

Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - Another author that needs to do more research

I just wants to point out that "Royal Property" does not mean that its the King's private property. "Royal Property" is the entire Royal Family's property, and not personal fortune.
Many companies, if not almost all, are held under "Royal Property" and is managed by Ministry of Finance and Royal Treasurer,. I am guessing that since by name since the King is the head of the Royal Family, the "Royal Property" was calculated into the King's Private Property by, which is.. absurd.

 Part of the article can be rad here:


In our latest instalment of In Search of Trillionaires, we are turning our attentions to another monarch.
If the wealth of Queen Elizabeth II intrigued you, the glorious gems and treasures covered in this week’s feature will really make your eyes sparkle as we look to an altogether different royal. Royal families may seem like the obvious target, but uncovering the true wealth hidden for hundreds or even thousands of years by reigning royal families is a difficult task even for the most dedicated investigator, but Billionaires is up to it.
Our approach differs somewhat on this particular trillionaire as, while many may see the secrecy surrounding the wealthy – such as those acting as heads of states – as a sign of greed, this week’s subject hides his wealth and assets from the world out of fear rather than selfishness.
So without further ado, let us reveal the trillionaire we have been researching this week: King Bhumibol of Thailand.
King Bhumibol in 2010, Government of Thailand
King Bhumibol in 2010, Government of Thailand
Bhumibol is the ninth and longest-serving monarch of Thailand, having spent over 68 years as the country’s head of state. The king has lived through many disruptions always maintaining his leadership, as well as the respect of his citizens.
Taking the throne and marrying his wife in the same year, at just 18 Bhumibol was handed huge responsibilities.
During his reign he is noted for reintroducing many royal traditions unseen since the country saw the absolute monarchy overthrown in the Siamese Revolution of 1932. This newfound respect for the monarchy is heralded by some as the key to Bhumibol’s successful reign – thanks to his skill in earning respect rather than demanding it through oppression and fear.
His people regard him as a stalwart figure who brought stability to Thailand while neighbouring Burma, Cambodia and Laos suffered under military dictatorships, fought wars and lived with communism. The 2003 War on Drugs is regarded as a defining moment in the king’s reign, where drug dealers and users were targeted by the government to clean up the streets and provide a better future for the youth of Thailand. While some international countries criticised the campaign, it was successful, especially within schools.
A monument marking King Bhumibol's birthday
A monument marking King Bhumibol’s birthday
But here at Billionaires, it’s the king’s wealth we really want to know about! His funds are managed by the Crown Property Bureau (CPB), which is a unique body set up by the king with no involvement from the government or any private firms. The figures are only available to the king, but in 2008 Forbes estimated its contents to outline a total wealth around $35 billion (AU$39.8 billion).
The Thai government and royal courtiers wildly opposed this number, but Forbes’ 2009 estimate only went down by $5 billion.
But without seeing the CPB balance sheet, where has Forbes got this estimate? We investigated and discovered that the sum is a roundup of the head of state’s land and business investments, well those that we know of, anyway.
Investigations show that the king owns around 13,200 acres of land across Thailand, plus an additional 3,320 in the city of Bangkok alone. We were surprised to learn that included in this land are some notable premises such as the CentralWorld shopping mall and the Four Seasons hotel in Bangkok. These are only two of his 40,000 rental contracts providing upwards of $80 million in income each year.
When it comes to investments in businesses, we discovered even higher sums. Under the CPB, the monarch holds a 23 per cent stake in one of Thailand’s biggest banks, Siam Commercial Bank, which has a market cap of $13 billion. In addition to this, a 32 per cent interest in the industrial conglomerate Siam Cement group – worth $12.6 billion – is also held.
If we combine the assets in just these two companies that we know of, the king comes out with $7 billion worth of company stocks, which in 2010 paid out dividends of $184 million to the CPB.
Our research suggests that on this basis alone, the CPB makes an average $300 million a year.
Bhumibol with wife Sirikit after their wedding
Bhumibol with wife Sirikit after their wedding
It is believed however, that the CPB holds further investments in companies not listed publicly. After some digging we found that the German hotel group Kempinski AG and the Bangkok-based Deves Insurance firm are two such companies, but there could be many more providing further assets in the king’s pocket.
Why is it do you think that the King of Thailand would want his people to think that he is not quite as rich as reports suggest? Many believe it is out of fear of rejection. The notion that one man is worth over a trillion dollars is a difficult concept to deal with, and so it is suggested that Bhumibol has chosen to keep the assets that make him such a man secret.
King Bhumibol in a meeting with Barack Obama
King Bhumibol in a meeting with Barack Obama
But just what are these assets?
Well, we’ve explored the standard real estate and businesses investments. But Billionaire’s sources close to the King have revealed that the monarch owns more than just land and companies; he also has a massive stockpile of rarer assets, namely gold and jewels.
We are led to believe that vast amounts of smuggled jade, rubies, sapphires and diamonds from Burmese mines form a major part of King Bhumibol’s trillion-dollar assets.
These have topped up the already numerous precious stones found in Thailand. Our investigative journalists claim that the country’s land produces every precious stone known to man, and as Bhumibol owns so much land, he has harvested its offerings.
On top of this, the ruling royal has a stash of 9,000 tons of gold in his possession, our investigators discovered. Yes, that’s around $350 billion worth of just gold at current prices.
This astounding reserve of gold begs the questions, where does someone hide such vast hauls of precious metal, and how has it not been discovered?
The answer to the latter question may lie in the law of lèse majesté, which states that anyone who defames or insults the monarchy may be imprisoned for between three and 15 years. Therefore, anyone who might seek to unveil the King’s wealth as a means of isolating him from his people could face some serious consequences.
Indeed, our sources have suggested King Bhumibol’s assets have been concealed not to shield them from the public’s gaze, but primarily to protect the family from the threats and consequences that could arise should his status as a true trillionaire ever be exposed.

Monday, January 5, 2015

New Year Party in Koh Lipe

Out of city, back to the beach!

Starting our trip with a picture.

Taking a small walk around the beach.

Night time with our lead singer! Plakhem!

Will blog the detail soon!

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Central World New Year Celebration in Bangkok

I did not take this picture, but the picture is credited to the one who took it.

This is actually happening in Bangkok, its full of people, great!

Happy New Year to everyone! May 2015 be a great prosperous for us all!

My resolution this year would be, to start reading more and more books!