22 October 2010

Good Luck to all!

Tomorrow is my first paper. That is Electric Machinery Drive.

Well, it's final exam-lah!

So, I wish everyone can do their best in this final examination.
Gambate!

25 June 2010

My Holiday is going to end!

It is going to over! Yeah, it is my super long holiday. It was since April until early of July. And I am going back to UNITEN on early of July. The first thing when I reached there is I need to pay the first month of the UNITEN apartment fee. Next to do is settle down my luggage and start to clean my new room. I want to apply a new apartment so I can continue to stay with my previous housemates. ;)

23 June 2010

Pudu Jail should be conserved


Pudu Jail should be conserved. If not all, there should be at least a significant length of the wall should be remained.

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/135103 - 21 June
Awang Adek: Pudu jail not something to be proud of
The Pudu jail is not something that Malaysia can be proud of, Deputy Finance Minister Awang Adek Hussin told the Dewan Rakyat today.

He was responding to a supplementary question from Fong Kui Lun (DAP-Bukit Bintang), who had asked if part of the prison wall - with the world's longest mural - would be preserved,

He also asked whether a museum would be built to commemorate the heritage value of the former prison.

Awang Adek explained that the government had looked into the matter and decided that Pudu jail is not a heritage site and will not be made into a heritage site.

"Firstly, this is because Pudu jail is not something that we can be proud of. There are other things that we can be proud of rather than a prison, even if it is old," he said.

"Since we don't consider it a heritage site, there will be no museum."

At the Parliament lobby, Fong told reporters that he had spoken to the Kuala Lumpur mayor and suggested that the wall and the main entrance should be preserved.

"I have asked the mayor to issue a directive to the developer, UDA, to impose a condition for the preservation of the main entrance and the wall facing Jalan Hang Tuah," said Fong (right).

"The mayor seems to have a positive response."

He added that he would collect signatures for a petition to be sent to the mayor as soon as possible.
1-Msia Demolitn Man Najib: our children will curse you for the destructn of Msian history!

Demolition of the wall around Pudu jail is expected to start tonight.

21 June 2010

Demolish UPSR and PMR?

Few days ago, our Education Minister had suggested UPSR and PMR to be demolished. I was shocked when I heard this for first time on a chinese radio station.

Some inexperience party suggest that PMR should be taken off. But for me, it's the most important part for us to overcome and to target for SPM. If the PMR is torn down, then how teachers can select their all potiental students to enroll in a suitable course or known as stream in Form 4 and Form 5? Can each school select students based on their in-school-examination? This is not fair to other schoolas well. Because each school, they have different sets of questions thus lead the difference in the difficulties level. Schools also need not to follow Educational Minister guidelines on how they should set the questions, such as 5-3-2 or 5-2-3.

If PMR still continue, teachers can select which student have potential to be whether in science stream, arts stream or business stream. PMR Students will know they need to fight againts each other, not only in the same school, but the whole country! They will have struggle more to get excellent result. But they should not also miss out the extra-curricular programs that carry about 10% or can be categorized as a voluntary subject.

About UPSR, if the government really want to revise and "save cost" (thanks to our government because our examination is free of charge), UPSR can be removed. The present of UPSR can make our child to become very stressful because every mother wants their child to be number one. Then who is going to be number two and the list goes on? Tuition center for primary pupils are like seperti cendawan tumbuh selepas hujan (a lot in number). Everyday, weekday and weekend are filled, that is going to tuition center.

So what I can hope is government must listen to the rakyat and do something correctly.

16 June 2010

No more funds from Putrajaya for excellent student


KUALA LUMPUR, June 14 — Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz admitted today that the government did not have the “capacity” to finance the studies of the growing pool of bright students in the country.

The minister in the prime minister’s department said the public would just have to accept the reality of the situation although it was an unpopular decision.

“We have to tell the truth. We just cannot afford it. Just like how a parent cannot afford to send their children abroad to further their studies, the government cannot afford it.

“We do not have the financial capacity that permits us to send every good student abroad,” he told The Malaysian Insider at the MP’s lounge in the Parliament building here this afternoon.

Nazri, who is the minister in charge of the Public Service Department (PSD) scholarships, was explaining the Cabinet’s decision to eventually scrap the 1,500 scholarships offered to students for undergraduate studies overseas.

He said the government spent billions on scholarships annually and could no longer afford to accommodate the growing pool of bright students.

“There are two things here. One, it is financial capacity. Secondly, it is this: however we do it, whether we reclassify the As that the students get to A+, A and A-, the fact remains that in this year alone, the number of students who obtained 9A+ were over 1,200.

“This means that the boys and girls are getting more and more clever and we cannot reduce the number of scholarships we give out by re-grading the As any further,” he explained.

As a result, said Nazri, the Cabinet last week agreed that PSD scholarships given to students applying for courses in foreign universities would only go to those pursuing postgraduate courses and not undergraduate courses.

He noted that the 1,200 of the 1,500 presently offered to the students would slowly be phased out from next year onwards.

The remaining 300, which make up the quota for the Perdana Scholarships, would be retained.

“This is based solely on merit. Like this year, 80 per cent of the 300 scholarships were given to non-Bumiputras,” he said.

The Perdana Scholarships, he noted, would be given out to the cream of the crop and only to those accepted in Ivy League schools.

“For the remaining 1,200, we will phase them out completely over the years. For example, last year, from the PSD, we gave out 2,000 scholarships, including the Perdana Scholarships.

“This year, we reduced the number to 1,500. Next year, we will continue [to reduce this further],” he said.

Nevertheless, Nazri said that the extra funds would be given out as scholarships to students pursuing courses in the local universities.

“Ultimately, the purpose is also to retain our good students here in our local universities. We want our good students to study locally and this is our long-term goal.

“We want our universities to be first-class. We want to retain the money here, so we finance those in local universities — we want the talent here,” he said.

Nazri noted that one of the reasons behind the brain drain problem in the country was that many students pursued their studies in foreign universities.

“And when they are there and they have the connection, they no longer want to return,” he said.

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Nik Aziz, exco pulau Fiesta Kelantan malam ini


Majlis perasmian Fiesta Kelantan 2010 yang sepatutnya dirasmikan Pemangku Raja Kelantan dan dihadiri Datuk Seri Najib Razak di pekarangan Stadium Sultan Mohammed Ke-IV di Kota Bharu, malam ini akan dipulaukan kerana penganjur mungkir janji dengan tidak membenarkan Menteri Besar, Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat berucap.

Lihat Kediaman Tuan Guru Dato Nik Aziz Nik Mat di sini.


Menurut Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Kerajaan Tempatan, Pelancongan dan Kebudayaan Negeri, Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan keputusan memulaukan perasmian itu diambil kerana penganjur bersama - Syarikat Red Carpet juga telah memungkir beberapa perjanjian ketika mesyuarat bersama kerajaan negeri.

Antaranya, mereka telah bersetuju perasmian disempurnakan oleh Pemangku Raja Kelantan Tengku Muhammad Faris Petra, manakala terdapat dua ucapan akan disampaikan - pertama ucapan aluan dari Nik Aziz selaku tuan rumah dan ucapan dari Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

Bagaimanapun, Takiyuddin berkata pada 13 Jun lalu, kerajaan negeri menerima arahan daripada Jabatan Pembangunan Persekutuan (JPP) memaklumkan bahawa pejabat Perdana Menteri "tidak mahu menteri besar berucap".

"Kita tidak tarik diri, tapi mereka yang pinggirkan kita, pinggirkan menteri besar. Ia memalukan MB selaku tuan rumah," katanya ketika dihubungi Malaysiakini lewat petang ini.

Takiyuddin berkata kerajaan negeri dan Syarikat Red Carpet adalah penganjur bersama bagi majlis tersebut yang akan berlangsung selama tiga hari, bermula hari ini.

Menurutnya lagi, dalam publisiti seperti kain rentang telah menguar-uarkan bahawa perdana menteri akan merasmikan majlis tersebut dan bukan Pemangku Raja.

"Jadi telah berlaku percanggahan persefahaman. Pemangku Raja yang sepatutnya merasmikan malam ini, telah digambar seolah-olah bahawa perdana menteri yang akan merasmikan. Kita kesal," katanya

Takiyuddin yang juga pengerusi jawatankuasa induk pesta itu berkata, beliau turut menerima surat daripada pejabat Sultan tengahari tadi yang memaklumkan bahawa Pemangku Sultan tidak akan berangkat pada malam ini atas "alasan-alasan tertentu".

Sehubungan itu, Takiyuddin yang juga ADUN Bunut Payong berkata mesyuarat exco juga memutuskan untuk menarik diri daripada program itu yang berlangsung sehingga 19 Jun ini.

Namun katanya, kerajaan negeri tidak akan menghalang sebarang aktiviti yang dijalankan sepanjang Fiesta Kelantan selama tiga hari itu selagi ia memenuhi syarat yang diluluskan pihak berkuasa tempatan.

"Red Carpet sebagai syarikat swasta kena ikut prosedur dan mematuhi syarat yang ditetapkan. Kena ikut prosedur seperti biasa," katanya.

Ditanya sama ada syarikat tersebut didakwa mempunyai kaitan dengan Umno, Takiyuddin yang juga penolong setiausaha agung PAS berkata "saya tidak pasti".

"Tapi saya nampak ia seolah-olah macam program Umno. Tapi saya tak kisah. Sebagai kerajaan negeri kita bersikap profesional dan bekerjasama dengan dia (Red Carpet)," katanya.

Red Carpet adalah sebuah syarikat swasta yang bertindak sebagai pengurus acara dalam majlis tersebut, tambahnya.

Kelantan State Government Boycott Kelantan Fiesta

KOTA BAHARU, June 16 (Bernama) - The state government will boycott the opening of Kelantan Fiesta 2010 Wednesday night claiming that the organiser had broken its promise to allow Menteri Besar Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat to speak.

State Local Government, Tourism and Culture Committee chairman Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan said organiser Red Carpet World Wide Sdn Bhd had contravened terms of the agreement signed with the state government.

The fiesta was to be launched by the Regent of Kelantan, Tengku Muhammad Faris Petra and attended by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in the compound of Sultan Mohammed IV Stadium.

He said originally, Tengku Faris was to launch the fiesta while Nik Aziz was scheduled to speak, but now the regent would not be launching it while Nik Aziz could not address the audience.

Takiyuddin who is also fiesta committee chairman said the organiser had hurt the feelings of the state government which had been disregarded in many matters.

He said the state government would not stop the three-day fiesta provided it abide by terms approved by local authorities but added activities like '1001 pesilat' and making of the giant drum had been cancelled.

-- BERNAMA

Who is the First Lady in Malaysia?


Wanita Pertama in Bahasa Malaysia is referred to First Lady.

Batu MP Tian Chua question in Parliament about the status of First Lady or Wanita Pertama in Malaysia.

For me, I think there is no such First Lady term can be used in Malaysia. This is because Kamus Dewan does not have the term as well. (Strictly speaking)

But to speak it loosly, which I mean more open minded. There should be a First Lady status in Malaysia.

I found out someone was asking this term in March 2010 in Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka's website in the Pusat Rujukan Persuratan Melayu about term of First Lady. See here

Adakah Malaysia mempunyai First Lady 2. Apa istilah First Laday dalam bahasa Malaysia. 3. Bagaimana kedudukan DYMM Raja Permaisuri Agong
Jawapan: Padanan bahasa Melayu bagi perkataan first lady ialah wanita pertama. Setiap negara mempunyai wanita pertama (first lady), namun untuk mengetahui siapa wanita pertama (first lady) di Malaysia dan kedudukan DYMM Raja Permaisuri Agong, sila hubungi Bahagian Protokol, Jabatan Perdana Menteri.
Istilah 23.03.2010


Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka also require us to clarify with Prime Minister Department because this is related with Article 32(2) Federal Constitution.

Prime Minister Dato Seri Najib replied Tian Chua that Raja Permaisuri Agong is higher than First Lady of Malaysia.

News in Malay Language here

For me, Isteri Perdana Menteri is better to be called as Wife of Prime Minister of Malaysia. This is because Malaysia is not a country with a President. Malaysia is ruled based on Constitutional Monarchy and Parliamentary Democracy.

While, Raja Permaisuri Agong is on the top of everyone. So we must call Permaisuri Yang di-Pertuan Agong(Raja Permaisuri Agong).

Article 32(2) Perlembagaan Persekutuan menyebut; "Permaisuri Yang di-Pertuan Agong (yang digelar Raja Permaisuri Agong) adalah mengambil keutamaan mengatasi segala orang lain dalam Persekutuan selepas Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

15 June 2010

Concern about Agong's safety in new palace

The safety of the monarch is in jeopardy, said Taiping DAP MP Nga Kor Ming, as one of the contractors working on the new palace is the same builder behind the Gong Badak Stadium in Kuala Terengganu which collapsed last year.

Stadium Sultan Mizan Terengganu Gong Badak 030609

The roof structure of the RM300 million Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium gave way, just over a year after its completion in 2008, in time to host the 12th Sukma (Sukan Malaysia) organised by Terengganu.

Nga said that the company which is in charge of constructing a flyover from Jalan Duta to the palace at a cost of RM130 million, was the main contractor behind the building of the stadium, said Nga.

The Works Ministry had informed Parliament yesterday that RM811 million is being spent to build the palace to replace Istana Negara which is currently the royal home.

Deputy Minister Yong Khoon Seng said the cost has doubled from the original estimate of RM400 million in 2006 due to its unique features and additional safety measures.

Yong said that the construction of the main complex was awarded to Maya Maju Sdn Bhd at a sum of RM650 million, while a contract for the flyover from Jalan Duta to the palace was given to Ahmad Zaki Bhd.

The contract for the upgrading of an access road from Jalan Changkat Semantan to Jalan Istana costing RM32.5 million was awarded to Kejuruteraan Kenari Sdn Bhd.

Still not restored

“The stadium which cost RM282 million was used for only 10 months, now it has collapsed and it cannot be restored till now,” said Nga.

“I'm here to ask the Works Minister Shaziman Abu Mansor... why is the same contractor behind the collapsed stadium is working on the symbol of national pride and the King's home.

scah uuca talk 141205 nga kor ming“Contractors who were involved in such scandalous projects should be blacklisted and not chosen for public projects.”

Nga (left) said he fears for the Agong's safety, adding that "one morning His Majesty would be having his breakfast and suddenly the palace (will) collapse... it would be a very unfortunate tragedy for the country”.

He added that the minister has to answer to all the questions relating to this matter, including why the contract was not awarded via an open tender system.

“His deputy (Yong) is not well-versed with this issue. Yesterday when he was pressured by me, he didn't know how to answer,” said Nga.

端午节快乐

端午节快乐!

明天就是端午节了,大家是否知道端午节的来源、知道谁是屈原吗?Wikipedia是你的朋友!
我喜欢吃肉粽,因为它实在是太好吃了。刚才我才吃完一个肉粽呢!
素肉粽我也尝试过了,当然味道不比原来的香,但是已经让素食者也有机会品尝肉粽。 ^^

25 May 2010

Happy 125th Birthday to KTM!


Congratulations to KTMB. Happy birthday to Kereta api Tanah Melayu for their 125th years anniversary on the first of June. Will be on the next week. KTM is always young although its already with us since year of 1885 during the British Colonization.

23 May 2010

3 characteristic of becoming a planet

Pluto is being downgraded to a dwarf planet at 24 August 2006 is because Pluto failed to apply to one of the characteristic of becoming a planet.

1. A planet is able to produce its gravity that attract particle into a sphere.
2. A planet must be able to orbit around the sun every time.
3. A planet's orbiting according to it's orbit must clean out the debris such as rock around the orbital region.

The third characteristic failed to apply to Pluto thus to become a dwarf planet just like more than 1,000 dwaft planet outside.

22 May 2010

Ministry of Defence explode 119 pigs!

Animal rights campaigners expressed outrage last night after the Ministry of Defence admitted blowing up 119 live pigs in explosives tests.

The MoD defended the experiments, saying they had 'saved many lives' in Afghanistan and Iraq.

They have led to improvements in body armour and the medical treatment of soldiers injured by roadside bombs, it said.

But animal welfare activists criticised the 'unethical' practice of causing 'massive mutilation and injury' to the pigs.

The research took place at the Government's secret military research laboratory Porton Down, near Salisbury, Wiltshire, between 2006 and 2009.

Official figures reveal 25 pigs were used in improvised explosive device experiments in 2006, 19 in 2007, 40 in 2008, and 35 in 2009. The animals are anaesthetised before the explosions.

The breed of pigs used in the experiments have skin similar to humans.

Scientists say the tests allow them to see injuries consistent with those inflicted by the Taliban on the battlefield and devise more effective post-traumatic techniques.

The MoD also wraps pigs in materials used to make body armour, such as Kevlar, to determine how effective it is at reducing damage from IEDs.

The British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection said: 'Not only are such experiments scientifically questionable... subjecting pigs to such massive mutilation and injury also raises profound ethical questions.'

Caroline Lucas, the Green MP for Brighton Pavilion, has written to ministers urging them to stop the practice.

An RSPCA spokesman said the MoD was required to carry out the tests under strict controls, but added: 'For many, such a use of animals represents a distressing example of the price animals can end up paying as a result of humans' inhumanity towards other humans.'

An MoD spokesman said: 'The advances made due to this research can be utilised both in theatre and civilian scenarios, particularly if there are mass casualties and evacuation to hospital is delayed.'

Government figures show more than 50,000 animals, including sheep, monkeys and cattle, have been subject to experiments at Porton Down in the past four years, including ones using chemical and biological weapons such as Anthrax and nerve gas.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1280053/MoD-blew-119-live-pigs-explosive-tests.html

Just for sharing

Baby with one eye is called Cyclop's syndrome. This is a very rare case. This is because I read in one of the forum, someone said Pasir Mas, Kelantan has one baby born with this kind of syndrome. I wish this is not true but someone claim it's on the newspaper so i need your help, can someone clarify me of this? Thanks!

Cinema in Kota Bharu

Kota Bharu still do not have any cinema.
You may laugh at this point.

But for me, I think there is no point to built a cinema in Kota Bharu. This may bring objection to my friends.

Last time there were 2 cinema in Kota Bharu, the first one is LIDO and the second one is Panggung Odeon. I went to Lido before to watch Jackie Chan movie with my family. It really bring nostalgic to me when the Cinema was closed.

For me, if really Kota Bharu has a cinema, two things need to be implemented:
1. Dim lights is needed during movie playing,
2. separation of male and female is needed. And if can, try to create a place that is for family with children less than 12 years old.

This is due to prevent any misconduct inside the cinema.

Hehe, my two cent.

20 May 2010

My shirts being kidnapped!

Oh no!
Once I came back from Mydin Hypermarket Kubang Kerian, my mum told me that the room's door is locked. Well, I am very sure this surely is my sister's work. When she opened the door, she did nto realise that the door locked is still in locked position.

This will be a very big trouble for me as my closet is inside the room. Well, my angriness did not blow out easily because I need to change my clothes after bathing. My mum fetch my sister to tuition because I can't fetch- did not bath yet.

I know if the door lock is locked then it is useless for me to try out to open or unlock the door. What i need to do is just waiting for the rescue- need to wait my mum to came back and open the locked door.

She came back and my shirt is being rescued.
Previously I just use my towel to cover myself =)

Indonesian maid for RM800?

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia expects Indonesia to lift the freeze on maids soon.

However, the decision on minimum wage was still pending, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Major progress had been made in negotiations between the countries, said Najib after he and visiting Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono witnessed the signing of the Letter of Intent (LOI) on the maid issue after their retreat here Tuesday.

The provisions in the LOI include maids being given one off-day weekly and keeping their right to hold their passports.

"I assume that it will be lifted soon with respect to the fact that the issues have been settled.

“We have different systems in Indonesia and here and it complicates matters with respect to wages paid to our workers - it requires more discussions.

“I do not think that it will be a major problem (to lift),” he told reporters after the retreat.

The Indonesian president arrived here Tuesday for the seventh annual consultation between Malaysia and Indonesia to discuss bilateral issues to strengthen the ties of friendship and cooperation between Malaysia and Indonesia.

Susilo, his wife, Ani Yudhoyono, and his delegation were received at the KL International Airport (KLIA) by Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman and Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Seri Noh Omar.

He is also scheudled to speak at the World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF)at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

He leaves for Jakarta Wednesday afternoon.

source

For me I think RM800 wages for one Indonesian maid is something that really need to reconsider. It is too high for the employer. Government also need to take care the liabilities of local workers that even their salary also didn't reach RM800 per month. Local worker need to buy food and accomodation but Indon maids already can stay inside employer's house with foods everyday(Just she need to cook it).

17 May 2010

Please Dont Press!



Please do not press the durian!

16 May 2010

Parliamentary Sibu by-election Polling Day!

Today is a day that will let the people of Sibu, Sarawak to cast their vote to select which representative is better for them.
1.BN - Robert Lau Jr.
2.DAP - Wong Ho Leng
3. Independent - Narawi Haron

Voters are advised to vote early today as the Meteorological Department forecast isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon.

The Election Commission (EC) is expecting about 80 percent turnout for the by-election.
Voters in the Sibu parliamentary by-election started to cast their votes as soon as polling centres opened at 8am today.

A total of 52,158 voters are due to cast their votes to elect their new member of parliament at 45 polling stations with 110 streams at 39 schools, two kindergartens, a training centre, a longhouse, a public library and a public recreational centre.

Another 2,537 postal voters comprising 1,910 military and 627 police personnel had cast their ballots on Thursday and Friday.

About 2,000 police personnel have been deployed in this mostly urban constitutency to ensure a smooth poll.

Ten polling centres will close at 1pm, five at 2pm, six at 3pm, two at 4pm and 22 at 5pm. The ballot boxes will be taken to the tallying centre at the Sibu Civic Centre.

The result of the three-cornered fight is expected to be announced by the EC at the latest by 9pm.

The result are out now!
DAP won Sibu Parliamentary Seat with a majority of 398.
DAP - 18,845
BN - 18,447
Ind - 232


SPR(EC) has revised the voters turnout from 59.9% increased to 70%.

Spoilt votes - 395 votes
Postal votes - 2,429 votes


EC promise that they will announce the poll result before 9.00pm or at 9.00pm. But they announced it two hours later. The two-hour delay in the announcement of the result was due to a dispute in the postal ballots where 208 votes were rejected. This however did not change the final result. According to the EC, the dispute was over the validity of witnesses' signature for postal votes.
The final result of the postal ballots:
DAP - 70
BN - 2,323
Ind - 36
Rejected postal votes - 208

14 May 2010

1Malaysia Taxi, one rate!

1Malaysia! The slogan always can be heard everyday and our Prime Minister always shout "1Malaysia" wherever and whenever he are.

Malaysian accept this 1Malaysia concept. I think this concept should be enlarged to taxi drivers and taxi associations nationwide!

Malaysian taxi is said to be among the worst in the world. Let me clarify, not ALL taxi drivers are like that, just maybe one in ten of taxi drivers are the culprit of simply charging passengers.

Kelantanese Taxi drivers like to jump queue at traffic lights. This always happened to everyone include my. And their behaviour of driving is so brave and didn't scare any incoming car at all.
However, if we know how to let people first then you are a good guy. If you still want to bypass the taxi driver, NO WAY at all! I hope they can change their driving behavior. Please stop to jump queue (except emergency case). [Haha, i guess every passenger are emergency case for them]. Budi Bahasa Budaya Kita.

Taxi 1Malaysia should be launched throughout Malaysia to service local people with using meter. Meter is used so that passenger didnt pay more than the actual rate.

12 May 2010

Congrats to Malaysia heads to Semi Final in Thomas Cup

During the second round of Hafiz Hashim, when Denmark Joachim Persson score the same mark 4-4. I started to nervous as Denmark could beat up Hafiz. But Due to seriously carelessness by Persson, the score difference is way far behind with Hafiz leading first. 3-2 make Malaysia qualify for semi-final.

Well, Malaysia will face a big problem now. The Badminton professional giant, China. We(Malaysian include me myself) hope miracle will happen like this time, with an aggregate of 3-2 Malaysia will beat China again. Hooray!

Malaysia Boleh!

I want a Nikon D3000!

SuperBid Wednesday Gone Crazy is a really fantastic place to buy the item that we want with an "affordable" and i guess is cheaper than market price.

Nikon DSLR is a very good shooting camera with many features and shots. I wish I can get this D3000 also. But I think I better wait until I work later. Then I will use my own money to buy my "darling" haha.

Nikon D3000 SLR Digital Camera Kit w/ 18-55mm Lens

Key Features

  • New Guide mode
  • Nikon DX-format CCD sensor; 10.2 effective megapixels
  • EXPEED image processing system
  • Scene Recognition System
  • Active D-Lighting
  • 11-point AF system with Multi-CAM 1000 autofocus sensor module
  • 3.0-in. LCD monitor
  • Picture Control System
  • In-camera photo editing
  • Nikon Integrated Dust Reduction System
  • Superb NIKKOR lenses
If the bidding price is still half of the market price then I may consider to bid until extra RM200 i guess to get that D3000. Haha I just day dream about it -lah. There is no miracle such as this in bidding website. =)

11 May 2010

about Universiti Tenaga Nasional 2010

I am very sure that many people will search through this university because Universiti Tenaga Nasional(Uniten) has a parent company Tenaga Nasional Berhad(TNB). TNB is South East Asia biggest utilities company.
Uniten is a among one of the top universities in Malaysia. Uniten provides engineering courses, information techologies courses, computer science, finance, accountancy dan business as well further studies.

To know more, please visit Uniten website at http://www.uniten.edu.my
I am a second year student in Bachelor of Electerical and Electronics Engineering student in uniten. For anything that you need to clarify, you can ask me through my email. you also cam add me in my facebook. the link the on the top of my blog.
thank you.

08 May 2010

Happy Mother's Day!


Tomorrow is Mother's Day. I want to wish to someone that is very important to me, that is my mum, a very Happy Mother's Day. Thank you so much. Thank you for everything to bring me up and educate me.

Also I would like to wish all mothers Happy Mother's Day also.

03 May 2010

Waka Waka This Time For Africa FIFA World Cup 2010 Song

I personally like this song but my sister don't. Well, I think again girls is not yet so "pro-active" in soccer. I admit that some girls like football very much.



Shakira
Waka Waka (This Time For Africa) English Version

02 May 2010

KTM Pink only for Ladies

"Think Pink, Think Ladies"

Are you sure? Well i think pink is unisex, I also own a few pink colour shirts and one pink strip colour formal shirt by PDI. Check out my facebook u will see me in pink. haha.

Back to the title, congratulations to KTMB (Kereta api Tanah Melayu Berhad) for introducing ladies only coaches in their commuter(KTM komuter) service.
PhotobucketThis is really a good initiative by KTM. This initiative already had begun long time ago in Japan and modern countries. Click here to view more.

Personally, I have not see any serious groping in KTM before because I am not a frequent user of KTM(I did not use KTM everyday). But If I hang out. KTM Komuter is definitely a must for me to go to Kuala Lumpur, KL Sentral and Midvalley. In fact I am also a frequent passenger of KTMB, that is intercity train from Wakaf Bahru to Serdang and vice versa. During peak time, KTM is really pack and train delay worsen the situation, making every station is full of people how i can bet many of us cannot board the coaches during peak and delayed period. Women and female teenagers will definitely become a victim of sardine packed coaches.

However I saw before a "little sexual excitation" by foreign workers to girls. He stand near to the back of the girl. And I guess is he smelling the nice perfume smell of the girl or rubbing the girl? That one I am not sure. One day when I went back to home town because university holiday started I saw one foreign guy sat beside one lady. The foreign guy intentionally leaned back to the window. And for that lady, for sure she will move to the front a little bit.

KTM should locate enforcers at their stations to make sure only "ladies all the times" board the middle coach of every train. The middle coaches is only for ladies and children 12 years old and below.

"Tren akan tiba di stesen sebentar lagi"
"Train will be arriving station shortly"

- accouncement bell at KL Sentral
Eventually, pink coaches will not cure much more problems of the time delay service. KTM should increase their accuracy of the arrival of trains on every stations. I am wondering why train from Seremban will eventually stop before Midvalley station and/or before KL Sentral for half a minute. Is this mean they arrived earlier than predicted? And they need to wait green light from the control center?

Hangat-hangat tahi ayam
Supposedly this program is long term and should not be "forgotten" easily. The enforcer should patrol the in and out of the middle coaches at all times. This is to ensure no adult males go into the train except special cases. KTM should add the automatic gate at every door entrance of the commuter. The gate is similar to monorail KL at Bukit Bintang/Imbi Station.

I wish that women will be more secured in this ladies all the times coach. =)
p.s. KTM should add the comfortability of passengers in every also.

25 April 2010

Download Kaspersky Internet Security V11 (2011)

Today I tried to download and install New Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 (version 11) Beta version into my system. The installation was extremely fast and smooth. Kaspersky Lab is the one of the protection company that always keep users up to date. Note that only legitimate customers only can fully updated with latest definitions.

In this beta version, previous version's activation code was unable to register under KIS 2011. So my option is only beta user with 30 days trial.

The GUI of KIS 2011 is more or less the same with KIS 2010. The only difference is the categorizing of Main Menu. Instead of "My Protection" in KIS 2010, they changed to "Protection Center" in this beta version of KIS 2011.

You can view images of Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 (version 11) at below:
1 2 3 4
You also are able to download Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 at here

20 April 2010

ɥsıןƃuǝ uʍop ǝpısdn



¡ʎɐpoʇ ןıʇun ʇı ǝsıןɐǝɹ uǝʌǝ ʇou pıp ı ʇɐɥʇ ǝƃɐnƃuɐן ʍǝɟ ɐ ʇno punoɟ ı puɐ 'ǝƃɐd ǝƃɐnƃuɐן oʇ ʇuǝʍ ı 'ƃuıʞooqǝɔɐɟ ɯɐ ı ǝןıɥʍ ¡ɥsıןƃuǝ uʍop ǝpısdn ǝɥʇ ˙ʎuunɟ ʎɹǝʌ sı sıɥʇ ʇɐɥʇ ʇno punoɟ ʇsnɾ ı

Feel funny? weird?
Original words:
I just found out that this is very funny. The upside down English! While I am facebooking, I went to Language page, and I found out a few language that I did not even realise it until today!




I also found out this page can convert English to upside down English. Yo!

16 April 2010

MUET 2010 Tips and Tricks!

How are you?
I am fine. Thank you.

Perhaps for non English speaking family like me will feel difficulties to speak English loud in front of people. They will feel ashamed to stand in front to speak in English especially public speaking or impromptu speech. I got this problem when I starting to enroll in Universiti Tenaga Nasional.

Well, now I feel confident to speak English to friends and I managed to do impromptu speech and public speaking, not so excellent- but in a good and confident manner.

I also completed MUET 2009 in a quite good grade :)

The tips and tricks to speak well in English is very simple. That is get a English newspaper. Get a free daily TheSun newspaper is already more than enough. Get NST or The Star if you enjoy to read more contents and have a satisfaction reading. Read it everyday, or set a time at least 1 hour a day to read. It can be accumulated 1 hour or more.

Here is some tips of MUET that I can give to you, MUET 2010 students:

1. HIV/AIDS
2. Travel in our country is better than outside.
3. Flu and health- it's precaution, 5W, 1H.
4. ICT and Technology- advantages and disadvantages
5. Nowadays people like to stay overnight, discuss
6. school teachers or tuition teachers/tutors, our child are more dependant to whom?
7. children trafficking
8. new type of drugs- abuse
9. STD
10. 1Malaysia.
11. part time job by students
12. academic and non academic performance, which one is important?
13. education level is important or experience is better to get a job?
14. private universities in Malaysia is overcrowded? discuss
15. organic plants versus farmed plants
16. stress in children nowadays become a big trouble as parents force their child to study to get excellent result.
17. social problems in Malaysia. (baby discarded in trash, smoking etc)
18. Illegal workers/foreign worker in Malaysia are keep increasing in Malaysia. Discuss
19.Environmental Issues In Malaysia
20. Nuclear energy issues, debate, world conferences brings ___ yes/no any conclusion?. pro and contra
21. economic crisis and reforms

Good luck to all! =)
p.s. : this is only a guide, please do not study blindly from here. =) Study Smart

15 April 2010

What you waiting for by Mizz Nina Featuring Colby'O Donis, a nice song to listen

This is a local production! Actually I like this song, I very like the beat and rhythm of this song, What You Waiting For by Mizz Nina, Teh Tarik Crew (Malaysian Hip-Hop group) featuring Colby O'Donis. Colby O'Donis is an American song writer.

This song was on air by Fly Fm while I am driving and I just feel like this song was awesome and best of all is a local production!

Well, I think I better just share something very nice here.
There is MP3 sharing here. Just to inform ya the copyright belongs to respective owner :)

Download the MP3 here:
Mizz Nina Feat. Colby'O Donis - What You Waiting For
Download

Song sharing is for education purposes.

Lyrics of Mizz Nina Feat. Colby'O Donis, What You Waiting For
Updated !!!

[Colby]
Baby I Never Seen Someone With Your Body
You Make Me Want Get This Party Started
Hey Baby Come in Tell Me What This All
Baby Baby
Tell Me What You What You Waiting For

[Mizz Nina]
Baby I Never Seen Someone With Your Body
You Make Me Wanna Get A Little Naughty
Hey Baby Come In Get It It's All Yours
Baby Baby
Tell Me What You What You Waiting For

[Colby]
Its Your Birthday
So Tell Me What's You Want It Too

[Mizz Nina]
Its My Birthday
I'm Really Wanna Get With You

[Colby]
Drop The Beat Now And May Be We Can Get It Started

[Mizz Nina]
Will Go Insane And Take You To The After Party

[Colby]
So What's Your Name Hey Baby What's Your Name Oh Yeah

[Mizz Nina]
Sexy My Name Yea Sexy My Name

[Colby]
Ok And Whats Your Game Hey Baby What's Your Game
[Mizz Nina]
Ok I Like To Play..I ..I Like To Play

[Colby]
Baby I Never Seen Someone With Your Body
You Make Me Want Get This Party Started
Hey Baby Come in Tell Me What This All
Baby Baby
Tell Me What You What You Waiting For

[Mizz Nina]
Baby I Never Seen Someone With Your Body
You Make Me Wanna Get A Little Naughty
Hey Baby Come In Get It It's All Yours
Baby Baby
Tell Me What You What You Waiting For

[Colby]
Hey Sexy Girl From Kuala Lumpur

[Mizz Nina]
Hey Baby That's Me I'll Be On The Dance Floor

[Colby]
I Got You With Surprise We Pop In Up In VIP

[Mizz Nina]
And If I Ask Nice Can I Take You Home With Me
[Colby]
So What's Your Name Hey Baby What's Your Name Oh Yeah

[Mizz Nina]
Sexy My Name Yea Sexy My Name

[Colby]
Ok And Whats Your Game Hey Baby What's Your Game
[Mizz Nina]
Ok I Like To Play..I ..I Like To Play

[Colby]
So What's Your Name Hey Baby What's Your Name Oh Yeah

[Mizz Nina]
Sexy My Name Yea Sexy My Name

[Colby]
Ok And Whats Your Game Hey Baby What's Your Game
[Mizz Nina]
Ok I Like To Play..I ..I Like To Play

[Colby]
Baby I Never Seen Someone With Your Body
You Make Me Want Get This Party Started
Hey Baby Come in Tell Me What This All
Baby Baby
Tell Me What You What You Waiting For

[Mizz Nina]
Baby I Never Seen Someone With Your Body
You Make Me Wanna Get A Little Naughty
Hey Baby Come In Get It It's All Yours
Baby Baby
Tell Me What You What You Waiting For

[All & Mix]
Baby Let's Get Crazy Come And Loose Control
You Want To Tear Up After Party
I Know You Wants Some More
I Wanna See You With That Body
Like That I Will
Baby Come And Get That
Tell Me What You What You What You Waiting For

[Colby]
Baby I Never Seen Someone With Your Body
You Make Me Want Get This Party Started
Hey Baby Come in Tell Me What This All
Baby Baby
Tell Me What You What You Waiting For

[Mizz Nina]
Baby I Never Seen Someone With Your Body
You Make Me Wanna Get A Little Naughty
Hey Baby Come In Get It It's All Yours
Baby Baby
Tell Me What You What You Waiting For

Note: Lyrics edited by me. This is not a final lyrics.

14 April 2010

台湾超人气组合AK 新专辑 AK!


祝我生日快乐!!O(∩_∩)O哈哈~
2010年台湾超人气新组合AK同名新专辑 AK
在之前我有向大家提问有一首歌曲是谁唱的,原来就是台湾AK组合的。歌曲很好听,非常不错!要多多加油哦!
My FM 常常播放HELP这首歌曲,现在本人就让大家有机会下载AK的新专辑。
此专辑收藏了三首新歌
同名专辑 AK:
1. HELP
2. 准备好了没
3. 脚踏车

Mediafire 下载

13 April 2010

Nice chinese song to share! 好听的歌曲!

I like to listen to many nice songs. Basically I do not like the singer but i like their songs. Listen to songs can really make me happy and calmer :)

I listened this song through My FM but I really do not know this song's title. So i just codenamed it as "How".

我只是有听到什么韩国的什么,觉得很好听但是又不知道歌曲的名字。
如果知道的多谢通知哦!

下载 Download

更新:看看这里
里面有新专辑歌曲
原来歌手就是AK组合^^

12 April 2010

Because of you...rubik cube!

Today i got fined by Municipal Council (Majlis Perbandaran Kota Bharu Bandar Raya Islam) because i forgot to add coins to the parking machine. And i got the fine notice. The picture you can view from here.

This is because of rubik cube that attracted me in the supermarket! That cube cost RM 13. When I reach the cashier I just realized that I need to insert more coins in order not to get fined. And the transaction also troublesome because they did not accept my payment using Maybankard that not over RM 20. Of course I do not want to add more items just to buy the cube. I just left the cashier and rushed to my car.

Not far from my car i saw 0000 on the parking machine. Well I turned to front and saw that stupid red paper! Well I lost RM 10 today just because my dumbness.

However, I purchased a rubic cube, but in different location, KB Mall. KB Mall, your one stop shopping mall is still holds crowd during weekend although the terrible accident that causes death not long time ago.

The price is only RM6. Haha :) consider RM16 to buy the rubic cube.

11 April 2010

flooded with vehicles!

Traffic JamKota Bharu is really a bustling city. Although KB is currently governed by Pas, but this city is really packed with machines! The auto machines really can make you angry and frustating. 1 kilometer road used up at least 15-20 minutes to go through. But its pretty sad because the road are already widen and the responsible authority must take action to overcome this problem.

The fly over project bypassing Jalan Hamzah is like snail walking project. The process for piling more than half year. Hehehe, actually I am also the one use the road. Currently practising to drive a national made car so that i can prepare to drive in Uniten later.

04 April 2010

Finished my first year in Uniten.

Yeah, finally i've finished my first year in Uniten. The last paper was terrible. What was I am going to do later is, I am back to my hometown, Kota Bharu, I miss ya!

21 February 2010

Shopping at The Mines!

Yeah! Finally i decide to went out to The Mines today. Actually I went there just to buy some groceries and a plastic box.







Da plastic box! Filled with grocery items. :) Which will become my dinner.


And, Tadaaa...
I just purchase the special mihun, and choy sam...








and the preparation produce not so excellent output second picture below:







Not so bad as I can say. :)

Go out, Yes or No?


Now I am thinking whether I want to go to The Mines or not? How should I decide on this?

20 February 2010

Nasi putih kicap manis

I am eating my dinner now and I feel I am eating supper now.
My menu is only simple, white plain rice with sweet soy sauce and my self made ikan bilis and groundnuts soup.










During first few days Chinese New Year, I had fed my stomach with delicious foods and now its time to eat simple and back to normal!

18 February 2010

Addicted to Mario games!



Try these addictive Mario games. The rules is simple, press arrow for walking. Press A to jump. That is. So simple.

16 January 2010

10 Tips for Mental Health

1. Build Confidence
Identify your strength and weakness, accept the fact, work on improving the weakness and finally, do the best with what you have.

2. Eat right, Keep fit
For a well balanced diet, do some exercise and take good rest to help you reduce stress and have a good life.

3. Make time for Family and Friends
These relationships need to be nurtured; if taken for granted they will not be there to share life’s joys and sorrows.

4. Give and Accept Support
Friends and family relationships will thrive when they are “put to the test”.

5. Create a Meaningful Budget
Financial problems may cause stress. Over-spending on our “wants” instead of our “needs” is often the culprit.

6. Volunteer
Being involved in community services will give a sense of purpose and satisfaction that paid work cannot.

7. Manage Stress
We all have stress in our lives but learning how to deal with them when they threaten to overwhelm us, will help maintain a good health.

8. Find Strength in Numbers
Sharing a problem with others who have had similar experiences may help you find a solution and will make you fell less isolated.

9. Identify and Deal with Moods
We all need to find safe and constructive ways to express our feelings of anger, sadness, joy and fear.

10. Learn to be at Peace with Yourself

Get to know who you are, what make you really happy, and learn to balance what you can and cannot change about yourself.

source: Program Pencegahan Dadah, ATS, HIV/AIDS IPTS, Ministry of Higher Education and University Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia.