Monday, August 22, 2011
客人与大包 Guests and BB
"Sorry Boss, no more Big Bao (BB)...!"
OMG, impossible, the stall was just opened!
"oh, a customer ordered to take all.."
"Lao Ban Niang (proprietress), I brought my friends here specially to have BB. I told them how fantastic your BB are, they even brought along their friends from China too. Now you said no more BB... what am I going to do..."
Besides me stood Fr. Lawrence Ng, who have heard from me about the BB for a couple of years, Fr. Anthony Heng and two seminarians from China. It's 8:15 pm and all were hungry.
"Lao Ban Niang, they heard so much about your BB, they even brought friends from China..."
Lao Ban Niang was touched by my pitiful face and pleading ...
"Wait for my customer to come, see whether he can spare a few for you".
At this juncture, Lao Ban （proprietor) came in from his house not far away. His wife told him about the situation.
Without ado and saying a word, he walked back to his house.... a few minutes later, he came in with two plastic bags, inside were 5 Big Bao for us!
We said thank you to them profusely.... and without delay, practically devoured the five hot BB in no time.
Seminarians Rong and Ju are from Hebei, China. They arrived here about 20 days ago and will leave for Taiwan to study Theology, part of their priestly formations. Fr. Anthony and Fr. Lawrence brought them out tonight for a night sightseeing to Putrajaya, and dropped by to pay me a visit. Once in Kajang, without fail, Kajang Sate is a must.
However, since both priests left St. Ignatius immediately after Mass, they have not taken their dinner. I thought to have Kajang Big Bao was appropriate for them.
Thanks to the friendly proprietress, I am able to fulfill my promise to Fr. Lawrence!
After filling up our stomach with BB, we headed towards Putrajaya.
We saw big crowd at the Putryjaya Mosque and at the residence of Deputy Prime Minister .... Muslim were gathered to break fast together. It is the month of Ramadhan for Muslims.
It was quite a pleasant trip to Putrajaya.
Before they left for home, I insisted for them to have the world famous Kajang Sate!!
My sincere wishes to the two seminarians a pleasant journey to Taiwan, may the Spirit guide and protect them throughout their study days. May they complete their studies and formations successfully and be a fervent disciple of Jesus and faithfully, serving the people of God. (All pictures in Facebook)