Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Gossip Artis : Pesanan Zaquan Dan Rita Rudaini Sebelum Meninggalkan Mahkamah !

Gossip Artis : Pesanan Zaquan Dan Rita Rudaini Sebelum Meninggalkan Mahkamah !

Gossip Artis : Pesanan Zaquan Dan Rita Rudaini Sebelum Meninggalkan Mahkamah !

Posted: 11 May 2010 06:13 AM PDT

Kita layan pesanan dari Kak Rita dengan Abang Zaquan dulu...

Kita layan plak pesanan dari Pak Neyll yang sempoi ni kejap...

Abah aku nak jugak bagi pesanan, tak lupa juga dengan kekasih hati aku...Abang Epull...

Bersemangat betul korang semua sokong aku kan...ye...mintak maaf lah babah...aku dah isi borang posting...posting negeri sendiri je la babah...wilayah persekutuan lah nampaknya aku. Terima kasih atas dorongan korang semua...terharu aku. Semua taknak aku posting jauh-jauh kan...Lagipun mana aku boleh tinggalkan abang Saiful Buhary ku...Mumuuu...

Sori ye babah, cintaku terhadap Abang Epull tak sanggup ku tinggalkan di Wilayah... ;) Chow !


Urbanscapes: Wanted! Feet for photos under the 24 Hour KL project!

Posted: 11 May 2010 03:27 AM PDT

Urbanscapes 2010's a-coming, and 24 Hour KL will be making a comeback! In case you're wondering what 24 Hour KL is, it is a collaborative photography project where shutterbugs all over Klang Valley submit a shot which exposes the underexposed side of the region. This year, we'll be showcasing pictures with the theme, "Travelling Feet" - where shots of shoes, bare feet - worn from walk, are taken, and we invite you to send in your version of "Travelling Feet"!

If you'd like to see your pictures on a slideshow projected on large screen for 24 Hour KL, then just take a walk around your neighbourhood, your workplace, the KTM or LRT station, and just snap a picture of some feet. Use your imagination - the feet don't always have to be on the ground, or covered.

Feel the urge to take a hike? Then here's what you need to know:

-       Submit your photographs (more than one is fine) to participate@urbanscapes.com.my by 16 June 2010.

-       The subject of your email should be "24 HOUR KL - Travelling Feet"

-       The size of the photograph must be bigger than 1MB

-       Please include your name and contact details

That's all! Click away!

Urbanscapes: Call for submissions of photographs for 24 Hour KL!

Posted: 11 May 2010 03:27 AM PDT

Urbanscapes 2010's a-coming, and 24 Hour KL will be making a comeback! In case you're wondering what 24 Hour KL is, it is a collaborative photography project where shutterbugs all over Klang Valley submit a shot which exposes the underexposed side of the region. This year, we'll be showcasing pictures with the theme, "Travelling Feet" - where shots of shoes, bare feet - worn from walk, are taken, and we invite you to send in your version of "Travelling Feet"!

If you'd like to see your pictures on a slideshow projected on large screen for 24 Hour KL, then just take a walk around your neighbourhood, your workplace, the KTM or LRT station, and just snap a picture of some feet. Use your imagination - the feet don't always have to be on the ground, or covered.

Feel the urge to take a hike? Then here's what you need to know:

-       Submit your photographs (more than one is fine) to participate@urbanscapes.com.my by 16 June 2010.

-       The subject of your email should be "24 HOUR KL - Travelling Feet"

-       The size of the photograph must be bigger than 1MB

-       Please include your name and contact details

That's all! Click away!

From Mirror to Barbecue

Posted: 11 May 2010 01:17 AM PDT

A quick story before I go on and on about how awesome my new place is:

I'd been on the lookout on craigslist for most things, most recently being a full-lengthed mirror. I found a seller, emailed her and almost sealed the deal, when I decided I didn't want it, because I couldn't figure where to put it in my tiny room.

So I asked my housemate if she wanted it, and she did. We went looking for the seller's place, not too far from our house (nothing is, in Pullman), but somewhere obscure enough for us to have to ask some people at house number 720 where house number 722 was.

The people we had asked were setting up a barbecue, and as we walked pass them we noted the food that was arrayed, wishing we knew them to be invited.

One of them showed us house 722, and then proceeded to invite us to the barbecue! 

Turns out, they were a Christian youth group and every Monday they organize barbecues and we were welcome to join them today and next week and every other week.


Us, being starving, poor college kids, did not resist their invitation and joined in the meal. Those were some pretty good burgers, especially since they were free. 

I've pretty much been in awe of how things went down this evening. From offering a mirror deal to getting free food and being invited to more. Huh.

Interview: Zee Avi on life, music and Elijah Wood

Posted: 11 May 2010 12:40 AM PDT

Sarawak-born and New York-based singer songwriter, Zee Avi, has definitely come a long way from her early homemade videos beginnings. The diminutive 23-year-old was discovered through YouTube and, before she knew it, Zee boarded the plane for L.A., recorded an album under Brushfire Records and the rest, as you already know, is history. Taking a break from her whirlwind journey, KLue speaks to Zee about life, music and Elijah Wood.


It's your first time back in KL after recording an album and touring the U.S. Was your homecoming concert what you expected?

It was everything and more. The vibe, the energy and just seeing everyone that night was just incredible. I couldn't ask for a better homecoming gig really.

Was there any pressure because you were going to perform back home?
No there wasn't, I was just really excited. I was like, 'finally'!

What's it like living in New York?
It's okay lah! Well, I like New York for being an angry city and I accept its character. It's lively then it's gloomy and cold. There's so much to do and it's the city of the world. It's pretty amazing.

Were you giddy with excitement when you finally saw Elijah Wood and Shirley Manson soundtracked to your song "Just You And Me" in the Oliver Peoples' Spring campaign?
That's crazy right? I found out about it on Twitter! It's such a honour. The director, Autumn De Wilde, is such an amazing photographer - she did my publicity shots, she did my cover and everything. Yeah, my jaw dropped so down the floor.

Have you learned anything from your first album that you'd like to use in making your upcoming album?

The first album is just an introduction so it's a scratch on the surface. The second one is going to have more depth because I have been tapping deeper into knowing myself and knowing how I feel about things. Hopefully that projects into the new stuff. The first record taught me it's okay to have dark lyrics with a lighter sounding melody.

When can we expect the new album?
[Laughs] Good question! Maybe end of this year or next year. I'm still doing the experiencing part.


Read the full interview in our May issue!

Article taken from KLue Magazine May 2010, Issue 139.

Condition Code

Posted: 11 May 2010 12:00 AM PDT

Remember this messenger bag? I got it from Asos at a hefty price and guess what? The quality is shit, and it IS very soft since it's leather and all, but too soft it lose its shape and the buckle came off. Like the twisty buckle was detached from the flap! How am I suppose to use the handle if the buckle cannot be locked?? And let my belongings fall out of it? =( So sad... It's fated la that I have to get either PS1 or Alexa cause then it'll rid my worries of buckle is faulty blablabla...

Oh and did I mention that the strap is like totally not supportive of the bag? Cause I discovered that there's a stitching at the middle of the strap, and the stitching is getting loose wtf. -_- I'm not gonna lie that this bag cost me 70 pounds, which is a lot... And I paid a hell sum to ship it back for a refund, but it's better I get about 70% of the money I paid for than to have a bag that I cannot use at all right?

T_T So sad, I really liked the bag, but it's such poor quality, and it's not like how it looks like in pictures. =( And the quality is shit leh!!! The seams were not coated with a layer or plastic to seal it together!!! And it wasn't sewn properly too. =( Maybe this is a lesson to teach me not to buy cheap things wtf (not even cheap lor -_-) Maybe buying designer brands DOES have its boons. :)

Life has been tough on me, but I am standing strong (and sleepy). Have been sleeping at 3am and waking up at 7 am just cause my body clock decided to fuck me up. And I've been waking up early during weekends as well for work. And then sleeping late for completing assignments. If you're thinking that I'm screwing my course for working, you're wrong. I am the type who can only work at night, and I procrastinate in the day, so why not work while I procrastinate!?

And pimples omg... Suppose to be cleared by now after menses but then it's still popping out due to (a) stress (b) not enough rest (c) JUNK FOOD -_- Have been binging on grain waves (mmm so good) and coffee I shall now announce I am a coffee addict!!! Hi I am Hui Ting and I am a coffee addict. MMMMMM Gloria Jean's Ice coffee with whipped cream with caramel sauce and sprinkled cinnamon is so good!! Not to mention the calories I'm taking in T_T fml

Many congrats . . .

Posted: 11 May 2010 01:19 AM PDT

Congrats to man yew fans on winning the League . . . Cup!

ps: Note - Mickey Mouse jibe in reference to the utter disdain most scummers have fer the humble trophy . . .

pps: Do forward this work of art - its an ori, me got me designer colleague to do this specially to commemorate the mancs' successful campaign.


Posted: 10 May 2010 11:09 PM PDT

If you are an older adult, divorced or widowed, would you consider remarriage? Not an easy question to answer for a number of reasons:
  • As an older adult, you are already quite set in your ways. It would take a lot of effort to give and take to make the marriage work.
  • At 60+, health can be a big issue. What if your new spouse is diagnosed with a health problem that requires 24/7 care from you? Are you prepared to be his/her caregiver for the rest of your sunset years?
  • If you are widowed, would your in-laws think less of you for remarrying?
  • Your new partner's children may not accept you. They may resent the thought of having a stepmother or stepfather.
  • There's also the issue of inheritance. Would a new spouse mean a new will? This might sour your relationship with your partner's adult children.
These are just a few of the issues and complications that might arise when older adults remarry. Perhaps one solution is to seek companionship or co-habitation rather than remarriage. Unfortunately, in Asian societies, co-habitation is frowned upon regardless of the age. Elderly couples living together outside the sanctity of marriage would be viewed as setting a bad example for young people. In Malaysia, if they are Muslim, they would be arrested under Syariah law!

No wonder remarriage among the elderly remains uncommon. However, the situation might change in the near future with more "matrimonial meetings" or marriage fairs like the one held recently in Ahmedabad, India. Over 300 single, divorced and widowed senior citizens in their 60s and 70s gathered to make friends and enjoy lunch together, and at the same time check out who's available as potential life-partners.

Surveys have shown that a happy marriage or relationship helps us live longer and healthier. That's good enough reason to start dating again.

No big pay hike for security guards: S Subramaniam screwed up BIG time!

Posted: 10 May 2010 11:00 PM PDT

No big pay hike for security guards
By Tan Yi Liang

PETALING JAYA: Security guards expecting a hefty jump in their take home pay from July 1 are going to be severely disappointed - the actual wage increases are far lower than announced by the Human Resources Minister on Thursday.

Dr S Subramaniam
According to a statement from the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) executive director Shamsuddin Bardan today, the Minister Datuk Dr S Subramaniam was in error when he announced the 67 to 75% increase for the minimum monthly wage for security guards.

"The Minister's earlier statements to the media regarding the amount of minimum monthly wages for security guards was misleading and had unnecessarily caused much anxiety to the security companies and false expectations on the part of the employees," said Shamsuddin.
Subramaniam announced in parliament that the take-home pay for workers in the sector after the increase, which would take effect from July 1 this year would range between RM1,100 and RM1,450 per month, a major step up from the current take-home pay of RM300 to RM400 per month provided for under the Wages Council Act 1947.
Over 150,000 Malaysians and 40,000 foreigners working as security guards were expected to benefit from the increase.
However, according to a statement issued by the MEF, the actual minimum wages which will kick in from July 1 under Schedule Subsection 2(1) of the Wages Councils (Wages Regulations Order) (Statutory Minimum Remuneration of Private Security Guard) Order 2010 will be much lower.
The revised minimum wages according to location are:
>Area A – Penang, Selangor, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Putrajaya, and Southern Johor (Johor Baru, Kota Tinggi, Kulaijaya and Pontian) -- minimum wage of RM 700 per month
>Area B – Malacca, Negri Sembilan, Perak, Pahang, Terengganu, Northern Johor (Kluang, Batu Pahat, Mersing, Muar, Ledang and Segamat) and Sarawak -- minimum wage of RM600 per month
>Area C – Sabah and Federal Territory of Labuan -- minimum wage of RM550 per month, while
>Area D – Kedah, Kelantan and Perlis -- minimum wage of RM500 per month
According to Shamsuddin, the revised scale was a relief for security companies.
"After much anxiety, the security companies employing security guards under private agency licensed under Section 3 of the Private Agencies Act 1971 for the purposes of providing security services are relieved as they are in a better position to manage the increases in terms of costs," said Shamsuddin.

Meanwhile, the Securities Services Association of Malaysia wants the government to postpone the pay hike for security guards, scheduled to begin on July 1, to next year.

Association president Datuk Shaheen Mirza Habib said that enforcing the pay hike would render 300 Bumiputera security companies to "close shop" as they were currently bound by contracts signed with government agencies, government-linked companies and the private sector.

"We are asking for a postponement of six months, that is until Jan 1, 2011, to solve issues concerning the service contracts with the private sector," he said after attending an urgent meeting to discuss the matter here today.

He said the association could not afford to give the raise as the value of the contracts signed with their clients remain unchanged.

If the pay hike were to be implemented, between 50,000 and 60,000 local workers were expected to lose their jobs, he said. -- theSun

Updated: 05:14PM Thu, 29 Apr 2010

MALAYSIA ON TRIAL: Karpal moves to impeach Saiful, decision tomorrow

Posted: 10 May 2010 10:32 PM PDT

LIVE REPORT UPDATED 10.48 Saiful had stated the intercourse to have been non-consensual, whereas Anwar is charged under Section 377b for consensual sex.

Saiful was asked by Karpal if he had always stated that the sodomy was against his will and Saiful said he had.
Karpal said that in Malaysia, we knew that sex between males done with consent was also an offence but the witness had repeatedly said and maintained that the sex was non-consensual. Thus, Karpal moved to impeach Saiful on grounds of a 'hunch' that the witness had lied.

NYT Rosmah ad by M'sian govt!; geek proposes to girlfriend via videogame; how Michelle Obama gets styled

Posted: 10 May 2010 08:14 PM PDT

Good morning, dear readers! Here's a random selection of the news:

  • An RM500,000+ double-page ad in the New York Timescongratulating Rosmah Mansor (calling her "first lady of Malaysia" and that "Malaysia is proud of you") was placed by an ad agency on behalf of the Malaysian government. Why is our money being wasted to promote Rosmah? [The Nut Graph]
  • Sodomy 2 continues: Karpal Singh moves to impeach Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan on a "hunch" that the witness had lied. [Malaysiakini]
  • Sibu by-election: DAP plays the religion card, telling Christians that their faith is under threat. [The Malaysian Insider]
  • The evolution of your privacy rights in Facebook, from 2005 to the present day. Quite scary. [mattmckeon.com]
  • Geek proposes to his girlfriend by building a videogame! EPIC WIN! [Asylum]
  • Oh, the French: president Nicolas Sarkozy and star wife Carla Bruni have kept heads of state waiting while they had sex, a new book reveals. [ABC News]
  • Just how does Michelle Obama get styled? "A sleek bureaucracy separates designers from the first lady herself, filtering look-books, sketches and impassioned letters to her office." [The Daily Beast]
  • Frank Frazetta, the fantasy artist that illustrated pulp Conan and Tarzan novels and codified the "loin-clothed alpha male, swooning buxom female" configuration, has passed on. [The Beat]

(Photo from The Daily Beast)

PKR MP refuses to hand over documents to MACC: MACC can't be trusted!

Posted: 10 May 2010 10:15 PM PDT

UPDATED 2.45PM S Manikavasagam said he declined to cooperate with the MACC as he "does not trust them."

Four Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) officers paid a 'visit' to Kapar member of Parliament S Manikavasagam this morning following allegations of corruption in state-owned mining company Kumpulan Semesta Sdn Bhd (KSSB) that was established by the Selangor government for the rock, sand and mineral industry in the state.

During their 45-minute 'visit' beginning 10.30am at Manikavasagam's office in Kapar, the parliamentarian said the MACC officials requested for his cooperation and the surrender of documents relevant to the case but
Manikavasagam said he declined to cooperate with the MACC as he "does not trust them."

Wonders Of The World : Perempuan Yang Takde Tangan Pun Boleh Basuh Berak Anak !

Posted: 10 May 2010 10:13 PM PDT

Cuba bayangkan kalau korang dilahirkan takde tangan. Yang lelaki takpe sebab korang sempoi..tak payah pakai bra, tak datang period, tak payah pakai tudung. Tapi kalau korang perempuan ? Macamana korang nak survive hidup korang tanpa tangan ?

Macamana korang nak pakai bra ? Macamana korang nak pakai baju ? Macamana kalau korang period ?  Macamana nak basuh berak sendiri ? Macamana korang nak make up dan bersiap ? Kalau makan minum tu boleh la nak bersuap kan, tapi kalau benda-benda sulit dan persendirian macam mana...

Sebagai sumber inspirasi korang, cuba tengok macam mana seorang wanita hot dalam vids ni survive dalam hidup dia menjadi seorang perempuan dan ibu yang berjaya dan menjaga bayi dia menggunakan kaki jer ! Jangan lupa, bersyukurlah kita dikurniakan sesempurna manusia.

Menjadi wanita hebat tanpa tangan, boleh menguruskan rumah tangga tanpa tangan.

Perempuan hebat tanpa tangan. Wacaya sama lu! Chow !


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UPDATED: Style & substance: Vans sneakers to win and look cool in

Posted: 23 Apr 2010 01:38 AM PDT

It all began in Anaheim, California, when Paul Van Doren and three partners decided to open their first store. On that very first day, 12 customers came in and picked up their original pair of Vans shoes. After having their shoe sizes taken, they then chose the style and colours they wanted, which were all made that day and ready the next day for pick up. This was in March 1966, by the way. Forty-four years later, Vans has kept true to its originality, making the brand bigger and stronger than ever. Apart from its collection of footwear, apparel, accessories, snowboard boots and protective gear, Vans is also known for supporting and promoting events such as the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, the Vans Downtown Showdown and the Vans Warped Tour.

With a presence in 50 countries across the globe, Vans has finally opened its first standalone retail store in Malaysia! Occupying a 885-square-foot store in 1 Utama Shopping Centre, skaters, BMX-ers and stylish people alike can look forward to the latest men's and women's footwear, apparel and accessories, including Van's Spring 2010 collection:

Vans Girls Spring 2010 Collection

Vans Taylor - Featuring a charming nautical-inspired silhouette, these kicks come with a soft suede heel lining, rope lace detail on the upper side of the shoe and micro-waffle rubber outsole. Retail price: RM179.

Vans Spring 2010 Classics Collection

Vans SK8-HI - First introduced in 1978, this high-top lace-up carries Vans' iconic sidestripe. Skaters, there's a padded collar for extra protection around the ankle when you're out skating. Retail price: RM229.


In conjunction with the opening of the Vans' stores in Malaysia, we are giving away 3 pairs of shoes! Winners will also score exclusive VIP invites to the Vans launch party on 14 May, where they'll get to experience the best of action sports, party with Bunkface, Couple, graffiti artists - Shieko and Kenji - and more! Up for it? All you have to do is answer the following questions:

1. Who founded Vans?
2. In what year did Vans open their first store?
3. Complete this sentence: My life wouldn't be complete without a pair of Vans shoes because... (no more than 30 words)

Email your answers to contest@klue.com.my with the subject header "GIVE ME MY VANS". Be sure to include your FULL NAME, IC NUMBER, GENDER, ADDRESS and CONTACT NUMBER in the email. Contest closes 9pm, Sunday, 9 May.

Terms & Conditions:
- Prizes must be taken as provided and are neither transferable nor exchangeable.
- Due to unforeseen circumstances, Vans reserves the right to replace any prize item. The actual colour and designs of shoes may differ from the one shown in the pictures.


Vans is located at Lot S219B, 2nd Floor, One Utama Shopping Centre, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya. The second concept store is scheduled to open at Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall in May 2010. Visit www.vans.com for more info.



- Mohd Syafiq Bin Rosli
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Congrats! A KLue rep will be in touch with you soon.

Siri Bercakap Dengan Miki – Hantu Jagung

Posted: 10 May 2010 09:23 PM PDT

About a couple of months ago, Miki was being naughty, I think it had something to do with wanting to go somewhere that's dark WITH ME or playing a game repeatedly over and over again WITH ME. But one thing for sure is, whatever that he was doing WITH ME was making me so stressed I wanted to jump up and down and up and down while pulling my hair.

So I said "Stop it Miki, kat sini ada hantu!"

And like magic Miki stopped whatever naughty things he was doing and sat still for a few minutes. The few minutes that's enough decrease my chances of becoming a mental hospital patient.

Azman voiced out a question to me later; is it necessary to introduce him to Hantu so early? Well, the first time Miki have "seen" a ghost was during our trip to Genting and some dude in a "ghost" costume waved at him and freaked him out a little bit. I told him that that's a Hantu but the Hantu is ok, don't be afraid.

Miki was 24 months at that time, very small, yes! But I asked Azman back; did he want Miki to start being scared of ghosts ALREADY or having me dead with a brain spasm ALREADY?

For a moment he looked rather confused with the options (tampar kang!) but then we both just shrugged it off. After all Miki didn't get spooked of the ghosts, he only got awed! They fascinate him, these ghosts, for being able to be so strong and yet look so creepy.. And can do stuff like roar and walk robotic etc…

Miki's favourite bedtime story currently is "Cerita Hantu Jagung". I know he made this character up himself, for I never specifically described features of any particular ghost to him at all. Walaupun actually kalau dia tengok muka mak dia pagi-pagi pun is already a close resemblance. To one of those vampires at Volturi. hehe

Anywayyyy….this ghost of Miki's imagination is derived from his ultimate favourite food – corn and his current obsession –hantu. Every night before bed we would ask me or his Dad to tell this story and each time we can only speak of two to three sentences only.

hantu jagung

Miki – "Daddy, cerita hantu jagung Daddy?" no more dadong. He can pronounce jagung already.
Azman – "Ok! Mula-mula kan… ada sorang abang ni, dia jalan-jalan kat dalam hutan. Lepas tu datang Hantu Jagung…"
Miki – "Muya-muya kan… abang tu datang..pastu hantu jagung tu jerit..Aaaaa!…abang tu gigit hantu jagung tu…
Azman – "Aah.. pastu .."
Miki – "Pastu hantu jagung tu jatuh longkang! Padan muka hantu jagung tu.."
Azman – "OK!" Who is telling who bedtime story?"
Miki – "Abang tu ambik udang! Dia potong potong potong jagung tu!" sambil buat aksi.
Azman – "Ambik apa?"
Miki – "Abang ambik udang!"
Azman – "PEDANG!"
Miki – "Abang ambik pudang, potong potong jagung tu!" sambil buat aksi yang ganas, siap berdiri-diri atas katil dalam bilik gelap dah tutup lampu.
Azman – "Hmmmm…"
Miki – "Hantu jagung tu kejar abang tu… abang tu….."
Both Azman and I had fallen asleep by then and Miki still telling himself his bedtime story….

Mummy and Daddy loves you son.. very much….


Posted: 10 May 2010 05:37 PM PDT

How many of you playing Facebook games... my colleagues encountered an error in FB games and got so annoy then start complaining the game sucks.

Sometime i just wondered someone out there maybe affected by these games and got annoying... or just got too into the game and ended up spend RM400+ on Farmville. not sure what's the point to play this game. Satisfactory? Release tensions?

My company management allows facebook in the office. Yup! you din hear wrongly. Facebook is allow in the office. Wanna join the workforce? Reason being the management needs their team to be creative when come to getting some of the product that we sells to be up to the trend of the social networking market... Of coz as a staff, we also need to behave ourself, not full 8 hours on facebook. Again, i'm the only one in the office that who is not playing any FB games. My engineers always indicates that i'm a bored guy.. coz no FB game :(

Are you a FB game player? If not, you must be perceived as a boring person like what my engineer thinks about me... hahahaha :p

Don't our opinion count at all?

Posted: 09 May 2010 12:17 PM PDT

One year ago, part of the grounds along the road leading to the Penang Botanical Garden was used as the venue of numerous orchid shows. It was also shared by some hawkers and traders who had been here for a very long time. Today, the whole place has been flattened and two monstrous arches are being erected.

The funds come from the Federal Government. The Penang state government has no say in it. In fact, the Federal people threatened to cut off funding for other projects in Penang if the state government did not agree to this project.

Sad. The Federal government is approving all sorts of projects in Penang with complete disregard to the opinions of the state government and the people of Penang. As a result, they are irreversibly spoiling the environment here. Previously, the dense foliage used to muffle the noise of guns firing from the nearby Penang Shooting Club. When I was at the Garden last month, I could hear the noise in the furthest parts of the Garden. The place is no longer a peaceful sanctuary for people to visit.

By the way, I was upset to see the very ironical red warning sign at the entrance to the club. "Kawasan Larangan," it said, with a rather graphic illustration of someone getting shot. Rather insensitive. I suppose if anyone were to stray into the premises or grounds of the club, the members would all train their guns and other weapons on the moving target.
Another disturbing example of the Federal government's heavy hand in disbursing funds is the on-going project to "improve" the funicular train service at Penang Hill. The train service has stopped since January this year so that the present tracks can be realigned into a single one. There'll be new trains that can whizz passengers from the bottom station to the top station in less than 15 minutes. I hope the engineers from the Federal government know what they are doing because if the train service fails in the future, it will be a disaster for tourism in the state.

Anyway, last week, there was an excellent story in theSun newspaper on the Penang Botanical Garden arches. The writer, Himanshu Bhatt, said that since "early this year, a scene some may well describe as one of utter horror has greeted Penangites and hundreds of visitors as they approach the island's beloved Botanic Gardens, one of the oldest colonial-era parks in Southeast Asia. A huge swathe of land in front of the magnificent century-old raintree that looms above the gardens' famous gates has been turned into a monstrous dusty scab, with two gigantic phallic structures built on it."

He couldn't have described it better. You can read the rest of his story here.

Tips Cara Menjadi Seorang Cikgu Cun & Fabulous ! Be The One !

Posted: 10 May 2010 07:01 PM PDT

Entri Khas : Kalau aku jadi Cikgu Zara...
Link Referrer : Diri aku sendiri.

  • Kalau aku adalah Cikgu Zara, aku akan kumpul duit banyak-banyak untuk beli kereta sendiri. Tapi kereta pilihan aku mestilah kereta Vios sebab sesuai dengan karier aku sebagai cikgu sekolah menengah yang masih single dan banyak duit.
  • Kalau aku adalah Cikgu Zara, aku akan beli insuran nyawa sebagai persiapan untuk hari mati aku sebab zaman sekarang ni budak-budak sekolah menangah dah advance. Kes letupkan tayar guru tu dah jadi perkara biasa dah...budak-budak sekolah menengah zaman sekarang ni standard nak bunuh cikgu je.
  • Kalau aku adalah Cikgu Zara, setiap akhir bulan aku nak melayan diri sendiri dengan pergi Spa atau Facial. Haih...duit gaji dah masuk...takkan tak boleh pergi Spa atau Facial kot kan. Mestilah nak bagi hadiah yang berkualiti untuk diri sendiri. 
  • Kalau aku adalah Cikgu Zara aku akan belajar dress up and make up supaya aku jadik cikgu yang cun dan fabulous! Serlahkan keanggunan dan kejelitaan ku sebagai seorang cikgu dan blogger yang mantap debomb!  
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Miracle man?

Posted: 10 May 2010 07:01 PM PDT

Is he a swindler, or actually a scientific sensation? Miracle-Yogi Prahlad Jani has his back Indian doctors baffled.Prahlad Jani: I need no food and no drink
The miracle-Yogi Prahlad Jani is sitting cross-legged on his hospital bed. To the red cape he wears ...
The 83-year-olds have claimed for 70 years, neither ate nor drank too. He could survive without food because it was blessed at age eight years, the goddess Amba.

Now, the Hindu for 15 days in an Indian military hospital in Ahmedabad monitored around the clock to be Diet secrets to air.

Two video cameras were installed in his room, a mobile video camera followed him when he moved, 30 doctors examined him.

"He has not eaten and drunk nothing, and did not go to the toilet," said the neurologist Sudhir Shah to FIG. "Nevertheless, he is better than many people who are younger than him."

He had received only water for gargling and bathing and gargle he must spit out again. Jani claims to get water drop by drop through a hole in his mouth.

"We can not explain the phenomenon with our available scientific knowledge," says Sudhir Shah.

However, he had developed a "logical, scientific hypothesis."

fed a consequence, the miracle-Yogi of "cosmic energy", he draws from the light and warmth of the sun. As with plants in the body of the man find a place photosynthesis, which would be triggered by meditation, the Shah.

In 2003, the extremely thin, but vital ascetic was observed for ten days in a hospital. Jani had then declined slightly, which critics saw as evidence that the old man's a liar. Even then, the over 400 doctors of the clinic to transfer the ascetic, but neither of vertigo, find another explanation for his continuous fasting.

The military doctors hoped the new investigation of the Yogi findings for the survival in case of disaster. The detailed analysis results are expected within weeks.

The 83-year-old Yogi has now returned to his jungle cave in the western Indian state of Gujarat. There he is on every day by 4 clock, to meditate

'I was not a dictator': Mahathir Mohamad. How about 2/3-majority dictator?!!

Posted: 10 May 2010 06:39 PM PDT

Former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad tonight dismissed the label 'dictator' attached to his 22-year rule of the country saying that had he been one, governance of the nation would have been much easier.

He noted that "... everybody seems to have rights in democracy which makes governance complicated otherwise it should be very easy" when he was extrapolating at the 50th anniversary dinner of the Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (Maicsa) in Kuala Lumpur. He defended himself, saying, "This makes things difficult. My 22 years started with all kinds of problems because of these rights. I've been called a dictator but it is not true...If I have been a dictator, governance would be very easy. All I have to do is to issue a decree and nobody will complain."

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