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Friday, 7 May 2010

A Book And Fried Rice

Mamarazzi burn midnight oil again. Finished this book titled "Lili" by Annie Wang.

Said very nice book about Lili Lin who grew up in China during the Cultural Revolution. Her parents who are teacher were jailed. She was rape. And later when she rebelled, she was jailed for having a "corrupted lifestyle".

After her release she was deemed to be unemployable. But she was lucky and she met with an American journalist. They fell in love and her relationship with him opens her eyes to many new things.

Ending...?






Ending is I had to eat Fried Rice lor. Coz the next day Mamarazzi too tired to cook mah. She just fried some of the leftover rice lo.



Not much "liu" just some beans and chinese sausage. But hentam la. Beggars can't be chooser. Makan liao can go to sleep.

51 comments:

  1. Few years back, i read a story similar like this book also. I need tissue besides me.

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  2. haha, same here. when i get lazy, i just fry rice.

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  3. hahahahah...he sound so kelian leh. hey..at least still got fried rice...:P

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  4. Mommy Ling

    Sob story lo...but this Lili very tough lo.

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  5. Maine loves fried rice... especially outside ones with a lot of MSG type T_T

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  6. sad story eh....haizzzz must go back to msia fast2 books here sibeh expensive hahaa

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  7. Cultural Revolution is the stupidest thing that happened in china's history...

    And i think u like the fried rice very much haha XD

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  8. nice fried rice! Joshua so clever to mam mam ;)

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  9. Aiyor...so kesian! Child neglect! Come, come to Sibu. I take care of you, feed you all the nice things to eat - become so suituapui like me! Hahahaha!!!

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  10. Apa lar... the fried rice became the ending? Hahaha! This Lili story is a bit similar to the Wild Swans by Jung Chang. Have you read that?

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  11. The fried rice looks yummy. See how he eats..haha.

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  12. Jenny

    Hahaha...ya or eat fried rice when Mamarazzi is too lazy to cook lor :p

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  13. Manglish

    of course ler..Japan everything also expensive.

    Temporary read e-book lor :(

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  14. Agnes

    Hahaha Cham liao...later become botak lo

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  15. Kristie

    Pasal makan he pandai lor

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  16. Kelvin

    Agree with you there. So many people died :(. Worse Hitler time :(

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  17. STP

    I wonder your tum tum bigger or Papa tum tum bigger...must go Sibu and compare one of these days :p

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  18. Chloe Mommy

    Yup read the Wild Swan many years ago. So kesian them

    Kenot publish the ending of the story ler...later if people wanna read this book then spoilt the mood jor if know the ending..kakaka

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  19. Mummy Gwen

    Nowadays he seems to like to eat rice and noodle. Doesnt like much of bread :(. Give him rice, he can eat and eat

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  20. smallkucing so choosy.. actually uncle likes to eat fried rice very very much, chinese sausage and long beans?? just my favourite~~

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  21. haven't heard of the book before but looks nice. The fried rice looks yummy ... hehe

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  22. you lucky boy, some mums don't cook at all.

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  23. Kesian, kucing have to eat fried rice only lorr...next time ask mummy to cook steak!

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  24. He enjoys eating ur fried rice...

    At first, seeing at the tittle, I'm thinking what's connection with book n fried rice.. ha!

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  25. Simple fried rice can be very tasty :)

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  26. Joanna

    Mamarazzi got it from Times Warehse sale at Giza not so long ago

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  27. SK

    no soup wor..he likes rice with soup :p

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  28. Pete

    Steak??? Mamarazzi would pengsan. Makan tau la...cook tarak tau :p

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  29. Ann

    Dont know lucky or not lor since Mamarazzi's cooking can turn out "poisonous" kakaka

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  30. uLi

    as long as kenyang, right :p

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  31. Prince & Princess Mum

    hahaha..thats what happen when Mamarazzi gets to engrossed in reading lor

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  32. see kucing eat rice with that spoon so cute. i think i was like that when i started using 'big spoon' around that age too, haha.

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  33. tuti

    eat 1 spoon, tumpang 5 spoons....pengsan-ed

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  34. I love fried rice too...but now seldom cook for Ryan liao.

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  35. Little kucing very cute. Ate his food using his hands. :P

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  36. Wahhh... suspence, suspence, so wud happen to that girl and the american? Tell, tell! Faster!

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  37. Eh? ur mamarazzi tak tau cook steak kah? Come auntie's house, auntie cook one lamb chop for u. =D make mashed potatoes and some corn for you to go with the lamb oso. wan bo?

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  38. I love fried noodles not much fired rice home my kids love noodles more than rice...hehehe don´t really know why...? but maybe I do often ate noodles home of all kind...

    that books look´s interesting...hmmm soon is summer vacation time to read and relax....

    happy weekend!

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  39. MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE8 May 2010 at 09:48

    Hi Mammarazi,

    Have a nice celebration of mother's day 2molo wif family.:-)

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  40. good book there! fiction ker non fiction. normally stories like this, true story :(

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  41. Mandy

    as long as the food goes into the mouth kakaka...but most often it will be all over the floor :p

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  42. Khim

    fried rice is the easiest for a lazy day.

    Love to relax with a book :D

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  43. Auntie Cleff

    You wanna know the ending, I ask Mamarazzi to lend you the book la.

    Lamb chop ah...hmm...got pork chop or beef or not...dun like lamb leh. Got your special fried corn or not..kekeke

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  44. Irene

    Ya lo..sob story..these China story all very cham de.

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  45. MRC

    Thank you. You balik kampung? If yes, have a safe and speedy journey :D

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  46. hahahaha....so funny lah you!

    The fried rice looks good irregardless !!! As good as the book.

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  47. Ann

    Memang mah...sleepy wor...lazy to cook fancy stuff lor. Cincai stuff the boy wih fried rice lo :p

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  48. Simple food is nice. I like fried rice a lot.

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  49. Joanne

    Once in awhile fried rice okay la...coz quite "heaty" also

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