Found By AaronxLee

Pokémon Go

Wednesday, August 10, 2016
 For update sake...
Thanks to iMore for this guide.
The craze is real.

Here are some basic info to startup your journey!
Most people(if not all) have at least heard of Pokémon — Nintendo's ever-popular title — which asks players to travel a fictional world in order to collect every creature out there. But today's world is not the world of the 1990s: Nintendo and Niantic Labs have teamed up to let players catch Pokémon in the very world we live in, thanks to a combination of GPS, augmented reality, and dorky-cute graphics.

    How to sign up for Pokémon Go
After signing up, you'll want to customize your digital avatar. You can choose your gender, eye color, hair color, shirt, hat, pants, shoes, and the style of your backpack. Don't worry about it too much: If you change your mind later, you can go back and re-customize it.

How to catch your first Pokémon
As with all Pokémon games, when a trainer begins their first journey, they're given a choice of which Pokémon to start with. After you've finished customizing your avatar, three Pokémon will appear in front of you. You can choose from Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle; after capturing one, the other two will disappear.

But wait: There's more. If you walk away from the original three Pokémon four times, you'll get a fourth starter Pokémon option: Pikachu.

How to catch other Pokémon
Once you've gotten started with the game and captured your first Pokémon, it's time to go hunting for some others.

You can find wild Pokémon by physically walking around your area. Stick to populated areas: Pokémon appear most often near PokéStops. The more PokéStops nearby, the more creatures should appear. Try visiting locations with a lot of public art; tourist spots or malls are great starting points.

As you walk around in the real world, your avatar moves along the map using GPS. When a Pokémon is close enough to capture, it pops up on your screen. Since walking around with your eyes glued to your phone is a bit of a safety hazard, the game is designed to allow you to keep your eyes free while you wander. You can keep your phone at your side while you walk; when you are near a Pokémon, you'll get a notification in the form of a vibration and (if your sound is turned on) the Pokémon's unique call.

You can then move to a safe location (if you were walking along a road, for instance), and tap the visible Pokémon to capture it. Tapping zooms in on your avatar and launches an augmented reality experience with the Pokémon dancing around amidst your surroundings. If you don't see it on the screen immediately in front of you, move your device around until it appears. (There are arrows on the side of the screen to guide you in the right direction.)

If AR makes you nauseous or you don't want your battery drained, you can always turn the feature off in the upper right corner.

Once you've found the Pokémon, it's time to throw a Poké Ball to try and capture it. You "throw" in game by tapping and holding on your Poké Ball; a glowing, shrinking ring appears then around the Pokémon. When the ring gets to its smallest, you want to flick your Poké Ball directly toward the creature (with the aim of bopping it on the head) and release your finger; if successful, you'll capture the Pokémon inside.

Not all Pokémon enjoy being inside itty bitty areas, however, and some may jump out of your Poké Ball after one or two shakes. If this happens, you'll want to throw another Poké Ball to try and recapture it — or, if you're running low on supplies, run away.

As you progress in the game, you'll encounter stronger Pokémon that require a more powerful Poké Ball (or Razz Berries, which lull the Pokémon to complacency). If the ring surrounding the Pokémon is green, you should have no problem capturing it; if it's yellow, you have a fifty-fifty chance; when you see a red ring, you'll need to use multiple Poké Balls, more powerful Poké Balls, or Razz Berries to have a remote chance of catching it.

More than one player can catch the same Pokémon; if you and your friend see the same Pokémon on the street, you can both grab it for your separate collections.

You can also use special items to attract Pokémon to your location: You can use incense to lure Pokémon to you personally for 30 minutes, or — if you're at a PokéStop — use a Lure Patch. This will bring Pokémon to the stop; every player there can catch them for the next 15 minutes.

How to use eggs and incubators?
As you move through the world collecting items from PokéStops, you might just luck out and pick up an Poké Egg. These eggs will eventually become Pokémon in their own right, but they need a little bit of incubation — and a lot of steps — to make that happen.

When you pick up an egg, you meed to place it in an incubator to get the hatching process going. You start the game with a single, unlimited-use incubator, but you can purchase more if you want to hatch several eggs at once.

Once the egg is incubated, you'll need to physically walk — sorry, would-be cheats, but driving won't work — a certain distance before the egg will hatch. Depending on the rarity of the Poké Egg you've found, that could be as little as 2 kilometers, or up to 10 kilometers. And yes, you will have to walk with the app open for those steps to register. RIP battery life.

How to level up as a trainer
Pokémon Go isn't just about taking care of and leveling your Pokémon — it's about your experience, too. You can gain levels as a trainer by catching Pokémon, exploring PokéStops, and battling at Gyms.

As you hit higher levels, you'll be able to fight at gyms, gain access to higher-quality PokéBalls and other items, and help strengthen your Pokémon.

If you have a higher trainer level than the players at a rival Gym, you've got a better chance of taking it over. This is especially true when it comes to fighting multiple trainers to take over a single Gym.

But wait... there's more to this to level up faster and getting higher level Pokemons!

The Royal Ball

Thursday, January 22, 2015
It was a Royal Ball for my company's 4th Annual Dinner.

The term royalty gave everyone the impression of kings and queens or prince and princesses. But where's the fun in it?

Before i reveal myself, i have to say that lucky draw prizes were madness! There was almost 50 iPad mini given out, 16 smartphones (iPhone 6, iPhone 6+, S5 and Note4), Sony Smart Watch 2 and many more! 

So, if you want a new toy this time around or some hand accessory? Ping me! I'll sell the Sony Smart Watch 2 / SW2 to you for a very acceptable price :)

To close, I came as the King from Playing Cards.


A visit to Shelter Home

Friday, May 9, 2014

On April 26, 2014, the we visited the kids aged 7-14 years old in Shelter Home.

We played so many games with the kids and it was amazing to see how happy they were. Just to name a few, we played Red light Green light and Pass the Item which really showed us that they were eager to play games, to ask/answer questions and even dance! They all wanted to be played with, carried and seated beside us – to be given special attention. On the other hand, some of them did fight and quarrel, much like we all do with our siblings at home, didn’t we? :)

Watching these kids breakdancing and enjoying themselves was great!

The birthday celebration!

Lunch were prepared for them as we bought Domino’s Pizza, KFC, McD nuggets and soft drinks. It was great to sit down together with them to feast. The fun part, we did a birthday celebration for March, April and May babies!

We had Sadesh, our very own teammate and few of the kids together.

The joy and excitement that emerged from the kids touched us deeply, we witnessed how much of a home they had, filled with brothers and sisters. We cant deny that thousand of thoughts played in our heads, even we wished we could stayed longer.

We even had one of the kids that teared when we left. It was overwhelming.

As I lay down I write this, I am sure that everyone left Shelter Home with a lasting imprint in their hearts.

Thursday, May 24, 2012
Its been a very very long time since I even wrote a post here. 
 Ahhh. How is things with everyone? 

Be it college, university, work or holidays... 

Have fun and do the best out of it :D 

 P/S : Image does not relate to whatever I typed. :O


The happy moment before we get fired

Friday, December 16, 2011
And because I'm so freaking unemployed now,
I'm freelancing. Quite good actually. :)

Here are some random pictures.

These pictures were taken while work. Right after this pictures taken, we were told that we might be replaced. That means we wont be working anymore. Thefuck.

Hence, the blogpost title.  :(


I up here mermaid, down there lion.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Booyah. The recent trip to singapore. :)
It was for my brother's graduation.

Too lazy to explain more. See pictures!
But actually, what is there to explain? =/

Mmhmm. Thats all.  :D
Do you get my blogpost title? Haha. I hope u do.

More pictures here : <3

Our Bird's 23rd Birthday

Friday, November 25, 2011

As usual, I go missing for months and I come back and randomly post something that happened before. Lol. Dont mind me as I'm so lazy.

So, I'm gonna blog about previous friend's birthday. 
I would like to call it... Our bird's 23rd.
Oh. And the venue was THE HUNGRY HOG. Great place, great food :)



For more pictures, you can view it at ...

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