Phang Khai SIang

Phang Khai SIang

Saturday, August 25, 2007

26.8.2007-12:47 -Sunday

Hmm... today is my classmate's bday(girl) got her this really nice doll(red, evil) was really excited to giv her... but now im confused... in doubts.. im so dead.







I totally dono wad im doin at all... in a bottle wit a impossible way out .(DoT)

Tuesday, August 21, 2007


Hmm i got this fren,girl, i thinks she's kinda hot in a way. Not the wear short short type la.. kinda attractive to me. So long nvr c her d. Anyways, my point of blogging bout her is this:

She always or from time to time will tell every1 on her blog that how nice is this indian guy(my Ketua Pengawas)like "He always noe when to stand out n tell every1 off when dey went too far" or "Any girl to b his gf will b de luckiest gurl on earth" Bla Bla Bla~ and so much more.

Y is there such perfect guy living out there? n y cant i b 1 of dem? When we were in school i dun c wad so diff out of him. Jus some other guy. N y some girls jus wanna b ur fren not ur gf?

Feelings r weird man. N i dono is it a good thing to hav 1. Haihz..
Im a victim of "feelings" rite now.. But ill move on.. or may b try harder. Time will tell.
~Wish Me Luck~

Saturday, August 18, 2007

Reply letter from DaimlerChrysler about that accident

Dear Mr. Phang Khai Siang,

Thank you for contacting DaimlerChrysler Headquarters in
Germany. Your concerns dated 11th August 2007 has been
forwarded to our branch in Malaysia for our attention.

We deeply regret to learn of the tragic accident reported in on 10th August 2007. We all share
the sorrow over this sad loss that the accident has caused to
the injured passengers and the deceased occupant's family.
Please be assured that Mercedes-Benz have always place
safety as a top priority and we are taking this matter very

We thank you again for your support and confidence that you
have given Mercedes-Benz over the years. Please allow us
to assure you that we have a dedicated team to serve and
cater for your needs and concerns to ensure that your vehicle
is in its top condition. Please do not hesitate to contact us
should you have any concerns regarding your vehicle.

Thank you.

Mit freundlichen Gruessen/Kind Regards,

Adeline Peng
DaimlerChrysler Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
Level 48 & 49, Menara TM
59800 Kuala Lumpur


If you are not the addressee, please inform us immediately
that you have received this email by mistake, and delete it.
We thank you for your support.

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uns umgehend über den irrtümlichen Empfang zu informieren
und diese E-Mail zu löschen. Wir danken Ihnen für Ihre

Saturday, August 11, 2007

A Degrading World We living In

Copied from :

Friday August 10, 2007

Joyride goes fatally wrong

KUALA LUMPUR: A joyride turned tragic for four friends when three of them were killed after the Mercedes-Benz they were travelling in crashed into a guardhouse.

The car first smashed into a billboard and then into a tree before crashing through the guardhouse, in front of a luxury apartment not far from the Kampung Pandan roundabout in Jalan Tun Razak here.

It was the second incident involving a luxury car at the stretch in less than 30 hours, after a Porsche Carrera crashed and killed a passenger in the underpass there on Wednesday.

The driver of the Mercedes S350L, identified as M. Matthew Savari, 31, and passenger A. Kumaravel, 30, both worked for a private company here that uses luxury cars to carry VIP clients.

The third victim in the 5.30pm incident, Nurliana Jamal Khan, 20, was from Penang.

Front seat passenger Richard Dass Augustin, 20, suffered serious leg injuries and has been warded at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital.

The bodies of the dead have been sent to the hospital for post mortem.

Police said the car did not belong to the driver or his passengers, who were all trapped in the car and had to be extricated by firemen.

Early on Wednesday morning, stall operator Chong Wai Hon, 23, from Wangsa Maju, died when the Porsche Carrera he was travelling in with two friends crashed in the underpass.

Passing motorists dragged the three men out of the burning car.

The driver of the car, identified as Wong Lam Kit, 23, and mechanic Chin Wai Keong, 28, have been admitted to the KLH.

They, too, had gone on a joyride in somebody else's car.

“We will investigate if they had taken the car without the permission of the owners,” City traffic police (acting traffic investigations division head) Asst Supt Rizal Abdul Rahman Sidek said.

The accident prompted SMART highway authorities to temporarily close the tunnel until 9am yesterday.

Text: The Star

Friday, August 10, 2007

1 Earth; 2 Worlds

I Cant Rmb since when i luv goin Uni too much and makes staying at home living in Hell. And then msn always ppl bz/away. Those in Aus r sleeping earlier n earlier. O.o

Hot Updates:
1) Gooji went Singapore
2) Gooji got discount 75% off his school fee; Clap! Cap! "Pround of u Gooji"
3) Im close/too close to sean lately. Good or bad ah?
4) Sean changed; Less spending.
5) Jason's "doine fine" LoL! dat day in library called his name too loud. Over excited =P
6) I got new Wallet but no1 noticed it. Unlike last time Leland sure notice 1. =(

More updates to come. do check again. Thank You.