Showing posts from February, 2015

Hakka "pun choi"

Hello again! Happy Chinese New Year!! Before my college starts, I thought I would post something about what my family did during the Chinese New Year Eve. 
During this CNY eve, my mother's side family prepare Hakka "pun choi"  (盆菜) or known as Big Bowl Feast. It is a traditional dish originated from Guang Dong Province during the late Song Dynasty. Hakka "pun choi" symbolises prosperity, harvest and joy. It is served during festivals, special occasions, wedding banquets, and moving into a new home. 
Hakka "pun choi" is served in a big basin, in my case, we do not have one so we replaced it with a wok. It is served in layers with the bottom layer filled with wet ingredients or materials that can easily absorb water, which are mostly vegetables. The upper later is filled with dry ingredients such as meat.

How do you do Hakka "pun choi"?
There are 2 ways to do it. The first way is you cook everything separately and later you arrange all the dis…

ICAEW overview

Hi, this will be my first post. It is about the course I am studying now. I will be introducing to you all about the general information of ICAEW since it is quite a new course in Malaysia and many people are not familiar with it.

What is ICAEW?
The ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales) is a professional acoountancy body in Europe. It offers 2 qualifications: CFAB and ACA. So, in Malaysia we call this course ICAEW.

What is CFAB?
CFAB (Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business) leading to ACA (Associate of Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales) is an internationally recognised certificate that provides essential knowledge in the fundamentals of finance, accounting and business. 
CFAB is just like any other foundation/pre-university programmes. You start with a foundation/ pre-university programme and then you enter a degree. It is the same with CFAB and ACA. The difference is that CFAB is a certificate and ACA is a professional accounting pr…