Henry Golding On ESPN

25 Oct

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hehe…I AM SORRY. This entry are 100% not about Henry’s on ESPN thou. Actually i wanna share something with you guys. You know what, my blog keywords search everyday always got Henry’s name as one the keywords on the listsss! MUST. Meaning that, he got his fans like everywhere who eager to know his latest buzz. So, why don’t you makes an entry bout him…who know your blog will have a click like -a lot- by his fans. hahaha. Just kid! Just kid! Hen’s…this is a true fact bro! You’re the man! wootz!

Anyway, this is the documentary been watch’ by both of me and Henry (twits rule it)…and now your turn. It’s about the Iban’s lifestyle at Sarawak. Iban’s at the longhouse. Not city. Maybe some of you know, and maybe the rest not yet. The idea to expose this video is because both me and Henry got the same ties of race which is our Iban’s blood. Yes, long long time ago…Iban was a head hunter woooo…history! hehehe! We are 1Malaysia right? Hope you will watch, enjoy and shares this video with your friends who don’t really know about Iban’s at Sarawak. It might be dissapoints at some part in the video but who cares, im proud to be an Iban eventho i’m living with not-so-into Iban real culture. So guys, if you got your chances to visiting Sarawak in the future, don’t miss it! 😉

p/s: Out of topic again. Maybe i’ll share with you guys Henry’s pix during the Gawai, if only he giving me the permission to publish it here on my blog. I got like a bunchss of it. Lol. Plus, the pix actually belong to his brother, Ed Golding. hehe 😉

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6 Responses to “Henry Golding On ESPN”

  1. misteri 25/10/2009 at 11:19 am #

    woah. thank you so much for sharing the video on Ibans’ way of life. we should always proud of our ancestors. di mana bumi dpijak, di situ langit dijunjung.

  2. mybreakfastclub 25/10/2009 at 8:12 pm #

    thnx for your comment misteri 🙂

  3. LittleMsAngel 26/10/2009 at 7:31 am #

    Morning..

    glad to see the two perspective between the 2 generations, xpecially between the mother and the daughter. this is the reality of what is going on with our culture.

  4. mybreakfastclub 26/10/2009 at 5:09 pm #

    yes it is. 🙂

  5. LittleMsAngel 26/10/2009 at 10:26 pm #

    so sad thou bcos, i can see the difference in the way of 2 generations think. the woman and her daughter reminds me a lot of me & my mum.. my mum pandai weaving pua kumbu once, u…

  6. mybreakfastclub 27/10/2009 at 12:04 am #

    good one, thumbs!

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