The 27th of July 2007 marked a sad day for me. I was leaving the office of mine for over 6 years; the Xfresh fishtank, in the All-Asia Broadcast Centre.
My desk, which overlooked a glass window which overlooked hot chicks coming in and out of the elevator walking to different departments. I will miss those hot chicks dearly.
I’d miss the Chinese fried rice (nasi goreng cina) and Goodday chocolate milk. Every excolleague I meet asks “does the AABC cafeteria still have nasi goreng cina? Oh man I miss that…“. I fondly say yes.
I’d routinely fish out prawns because I’m allergic to them.
One fine sunny Tuesday morning, I took the bus as usual to AABC. I then walked to the new office in Technology Park, Malaysia. (My original plan on Monday was foiled because of rain.)
An abandoned drink.
An underpass under the Lebuhraya Puchong – Sg. Besi.
Soon, I was reaching…
…passing the guardian of the car park…
…into the new building.
I found a mamak, where I have my fix of Teh Tarik Kurang Manis and Roti Kaya.
The new office.
Ah, sweet new cubicle. Sweet, fast broadband. Not so freezing cold air-conditioning.
I asked for a pool table, but I guess this would have to do.
Because I didn’t want to eat only at the mamak downstairs, I decided to check out other buildings and their cafeterias. This particular building had weird plants growing all over.
Sadly, the grass was indeed greener on the other side; this is the cafeteria at the Recreation Center.
Even construction works looked better than my building!
Patimas. This building was made to look and feel like a resort, complete with greenery, a pool, and a pool table (which supposedly is in a storeroom somewhere now.) The poolside cafeteria was a great idea; however the food wasn’t great.