Sunday, December 21, 2008
Beliau mendekati lelaki tersebut lalu bertanya, "berapa gaji yang saudara dapat setiap bulan?" Lelaki tersebut pantas menjawab, "RM 500 Encik. Kenapa?" Tanpa menjawab, pegawai tersebut mengambil dompetnya lalu mengeluarkan wang tunai berjumlah RM 1,500 lantas diberikan kepada lelaki tersebut sambil berkata, "saya cuma mengambil pekerja yang ingin berkerja, bukannya hanya berdiri dan melihat orang lain bekerja. Ini adalah duit gaji untuk 3 bulan. Pergi dari sini dan jangan datang lagi." Lelaki muda tersebut mengambil duit yang diberikan dan beredar dari situ.
Pegawai begitu kesal dengan sikap lelaki muda tersebut dan berbisik di dalam hati sambil mengeluh, " Adakah pengurus kilang menjalankan kerjanya dengan baik? Macam mana lelaki yang sebegitu rupa boleh diambil bekerja?"
Sedang asyik mengeluh, pegawai tersebut ternampak seorang pekerjanya berada berhampirannya lalu beliau menanyakan kepada pekerja tersebut, " Siapakah lelaki muda yang saya halau keluar tadi?" Dengan slambernya pekerja tersebut menjawab, " Penghantar Pizza Encik..." lalu berlalu dari situ.
Adakah pegawai tersebut menjalankan kerjanya dengan baik sebagai pegawai pengurusan kilang tersebut??..
Friday, November 21, 2008
Teenage movie “KAMI” follows a group of five friends as they squeeze in as much fun and reckless abandonment on their road to self-discovery before entering a new stage in their lives – higher education.
Lynn is a form five student who juggles her studies while helping her mother at their food stall and hangs out with Ali,Abu, Sofie, and Adii. Although they have made her part of their circle, Lynn is holding back a dark past from her buddies. Unknown to them Lynn and her mother had moved from their small town home to start afresh in the city away from a persistent small-time drug dealer, Boy, whom Lynn used to run errands for to gain extra pocket money.
To complicate matters, Lynn writes under the pseudonym Teka Teki for her own, well known fanzine called KAMI and has recently contributed a scathing write-up on Ali’s band in a local music magazine.
As she struggles to keep her secrets under wraps, Lynn soon learns that they are all hiding something from each other.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Murid2 : Selamat pagi, cikgu.
Cikgu: (Menengking) Mengapa selamat pagi sahaja? Petang dan malam awak doakan saya tak selamat?
Murid2: Selamat pagi, petang dan malam cikgu!
Cikgu: Panjang sangat! Tak pernah dibuat oleh orang! Kata selamat sejahtera! Senang dan penuh bermakna.
Lagipun ucapan ini meliputi semua masa dan keadaan.
Murid2: Selamat sejahtera cikgu!
Cikgu: Sama-sama, duduk! Dengar sini baik-baik. Hari ini cikgu nak uji kamu
semua tentang perkataan berlawan. Bila cikgu sebutka perkataannya, kamu semua mesti menjawab dengan cepat, lawan bagi perkataan-perkataan itu, faham?
Murid2: Faham, cikgu!
Cikgu: Saya tak mahu ada apa-apa gangguan.
Cikgu: Oh Tuhan!
Murid2: Oh Hamba!
Cikgu: Dengar ini!
Murid2: : Dengar itu!
Cikgu: Itu bukan pertanyaan, bodoh!
Murid2: Ini ialah jawapan, pandai!
Cikgu: Mati aku!
Murid2: Hidup kami!
Cikgu: Rotan, baru tau!
Murid2: akar, lama tak tau!
Cikgu: Malas aku ajar kamu!
Murid2: Rajin kami belajar cikgu!
Cikgu: Kamu gila!
Murid2: Kami siuman!
Cikgu: Cukup! Cukup!
Murid2: Kurang! Kurang!
Cikgu: Sudah! Sudah!
Murid2: Belum! Belum!
Cikgu: Mengapa kamu semua bodoh sangat?
Murid2: Sebab kami semua pandai!
Cikgu: Oh! Melawan!
Murid2: Oh! Mengalah!
Cikgu: Kurang ajar!
Murid2: Cukup ajar!
Cikgu: Habis aku!
Murid2: Kekal kami!
Cikgu: O.K. Pelajaran sudah habis!
Murid2: K.O. Pelajaran belum bermula!
Cikgu: Sudah, bodoh!
Murid2: Belum, pandai!
Cikgu: Saya kata UMNO salah!
Murid2: Kami dengar KeADILan betul!
Cikgu: Bangang kamu ni!
Murid2: Cerdik kami tu!
Cikgu: Kamu semua ditahan tengah hari ini!
Murid2: Dilepaskan tengah malam itu!Cikgu:
(Senyap dan mengambil buku-bukunya keluar.)
Sebentar kemudian, loceng pun berdering. Murid-murid berasa lega kerana guru yang paling ditakuti oleh mereka telah keluar. Walaubagaimanapun, mereka merasa bangga kerana telah dapat menjawab ke semua soalan cikgu tadi, tetapi esok masih ada. Cikgu itu pasti akan datang lagi......Mungkin!!!
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Early at the morning, we went to sport kompleks to setup out booth. It is not difficult and did not take much time to do.
This is our product named Panasonic Hello Kitty Converter Desk Lamp.
Saturday, October 18, 2008
To be good is not easy, but we still can be a good person if we trust ourselves to be good. One more thing, never say bad things about ourselves even many people say it.
Friday, October 17, 2008
During World War II, he sold pisang goreng (banana fritters) and other snacks to supplement his family income during the Japanese occupation of Malaya. Mahathir attended a Malay vernacular school before continuing his education at the Sultan Abdul Hamid College in Alor Star. Mahathir then attended the King Edward VII Medical College in Singapore, where he edited a medical student magazine called The Cauldron; he also contributed to the The Straits Times newspaper anonymously under the nickname "Che Det". Mahathir was also President of the Muslim Society in the college. Upon graduation in 1953, Mahathir joined the then Malayan government service as a medical officer. He married Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali, a fellow doctor and former classmate in college—on 5 August 1956, and left government service in 1957 to set up his own private practice in Alor Star. Mahathir thrived in private practice, and allowed him to own by 1959 a Pontiac Catalina and employ an ethnic Chinese chauffeur (at the time, almost all chauffeurs in Malaysia were Malays, owing to the economic dominance of the ethnic Chinese). Some critics have suggested this foreshadowed a later hallmark of Mahathir's politics, which focused on the "cultivation of such emblems of power".
From his marriage with Siti Hasmah binti Haji Mohamad Ali, they have five children, three sons and two daughters. Both Mukhriz and Mokhzani Mahathir are involved in business as well as in politics while their eldest daughter Marina Mahathir is a prominent local writer and AIDS activist.
He successfully underwent a heart bypass operation in 1989 at age 63.
In the third general election of 1964, Mahathir was elected Member of Parliament for Kota Setar Selatan defeating the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party's (PAS) candidate with a 60.2% majority. He lost the seat in the following general election in 1969 by a mere 989 votes to PAS's candidate, Haji Yusoff Rawa.
Following the race riots of 13 May 1969, Mahathir was sacked from the UMNO Supreme Council on 12 July, following his widespread distribution to the public of his letter to Tunku Abdul Rahman, the Prime Minister at that time. In his letter, he had criticised the manner in which Tunku Abdul Rahman had handled the country's administration which was believed to favour the ethnic Chinese. Mahathir was subsequently relieved of his party membership on 26 September.
While in the political wilderness, Mahathir wrote his book, "The Malay Dilemma" in which he sought to explain the causes of the 13 May Incident in Kuala Lumpur and the reasons for the Malays' lack of economic progress within their own country. He then proposed a politico-economic solution in the form of "constructive protection", worked out after careful consideration of the effects of heredity and environmental factors on the Malay race. The book, published in 1970, was promptly banned by the Tunku Abdul Rahman government. However, some of the proposals in this book had been used by Tun Abdul Razak, Tunku Abdul Rahman's successor, in his "New Economic Policy" (NEP) that was principally geared towards affirmative action economic programs to address the nation's economic disparity between the Malays and the non-Malays. The ban on his book was eventually lifted after Mahathir became Prime Minister in 1981.
Mahathir rejoined UMNO on 7 March 1972, and was appointed as Senator in 1973. He relinquished the senatorship post in 1974 in order to contest in the general elections where he was returned unopposed in the constituency of Kubang Pasu, and was appointed as the Minister of Education. In 1975, he became one of the three vice-presidents of UMNO, after winning the seat by 47 votes. Tun Hussein Onn appointed Mahathir as Deputy Prime Minister on 15 September 1978, and in a Cabinet reshuffle, appointed him concurrently as the Minister of Trade and Industry.
Mahathir has announced that he has resigned from UMNO, the backbone of the ruling party, the Barisan National on 19 May 2008 which coincides with the Wesak Day celebration.
Mahathir became the Prime Minister of Malaysia on 16 July 1981 when Tun Hussein Onn stepped down due to health reasons. He was the nation's first Prime Minister that came from a modest social background, whereas the first three prime ministers were members of the royal or elite families.
After 22 years in office, Mahathir retired on 31 October 2003, making him one of Asia's longest-serving political leaders. Upon his retirement on 31 October 2003, Mahathir was awarded a "Tun"-ship, Malaysia's highest civilian honour.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Too often we wait too late to say “I’m sorry. I was wrong.”
Sometimes it seems we hurt the ones we hold dearest to our hearts;
And we allow foolish things to tear our lives apart.
Far too many times we let unimportant things into our minds;
And then it’s usually too late to see what made us blind.
Sunday, October 12, 2008
Her tiny fingers start to grope"Where is my mummy? I love her so dearCome, get me mummy! It's dark in here!I'm scared and I'm hungry and I can't see my feetThere's blood in my mouth! Give me something to eat!Where is my daddy? Where's my big brother?It hurts when I breath! Where is my mother?!How long have I been here? Is this just a dream?I open my mouth, but can't even scream
That angel appears once again to my side,This time with a tear I plead, 'Why have I died?'Am I alone in my sufferings? No, there are many othersIn our grief and our misery, we are sisters and brothers
Who are we? I ask you... for what crime did we die?They're throwing a party! Doesn't anyone cry?!
Is it True? Am I nothing?! How could it be?Don't they also have babies, just like me?'It is war', they say, of which death is partHow blind they've become, how hardened of heart
Did someone say 'hero'? To whom do they speak?A victory claimed for killing the weak?!Why are they happy? Why are they proud?Don't they know that I'm cold in my burial shroud?!No war has been won; no ifs, buts, or maybes,They've only killed us innocent, helpless babies."
Friday, October 10, 2008
The cute action of cats may attract many people especially girls.
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Aidilfitri is one of the most waited day for all Muslim. In Aidilfitri, Muslims will apology and apologize each others.
In the early morning of 1 Syawal, everybody will go to mosque to pray. It is to show their thanks to God.
Actually, Aidilfitiri was celebrated to celebrate Muslim's winning in fighting the 'nafsu'. In Aidilfitri, people will do a feast and invite their family and friends to celebrate it together.
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
In order of finding the cure, he live with his girlfriend Mouri Ran and her father who is also a detective.
Sunday, October 5, 2008
Friday, October 3, 2008
Thursday, October 2, 2008
This has been the subject of many a debate
‘For both believing men and women, is a great reward’
This is from The Holy Qur‘an - the Words of our Lord
It can be seen from reading The Holy Qur‘an
That a woman to God, is equal to man
A woman is respected as a mother and wife
For nine long months, she carries new life
During childbirth, she is exempted to fast
Islam is against the burial of live girls in the past
They can pray at the Mosque or pray at home
They may marry or divorce - it’s their choice, their own
After marriage, she can retain her old maiden-name
And is rewarded for treating all her offspring the same
Once they are married, they should live pious lives
And the men are ordained to be good to their wives
Women in the UK, had property rights from 1938
This right was given by Islam, 14 centuries to date
In the UK, women could vote from 1918
This was given 1400 years ago in Islam - our Deen
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Today I will face life with the conviction that this day will never return.
Today is the last opportunity I have to live intensely, as no one can assure me that I will see tomorrow’s sunrise.
Today I will be brave enough not to let any opportunity pass me by, my only alternative is to succeed.
Today I will invest my most valuable resource: my time, in the most transcendental work: my life.
I will spend each minute passionately to make of today a different and unique day in my life. Today I will defy every obstacle that appears on my way trusting I will succeed.
Today I will resist pessimism and will conquer the world with a smile, with the positive attitude of expecting always the best.
Today I will make of every ordinary task a sublime expression.
Today I will have my feet on the ground understanding reality and the stars’ gaze to invent my future.
Today I will take the time to be happy and will leave my footprint and my presence in the hearts of others.
Today I invite you to begin a new season where we can dream that everything we undertake is possible and we fulfill it.
Have a good day and a better one tomorrow.
Monday, September 22, 2008
Family actually denotes a group of people affiliated by consanguinity, affinity, or co-residence. Although the concept of consanguinity originally referred to relations by "blood," many anthropologists have argued that one must understand the notion of "blood" metaphorically, and that many societies understand 'family' through other concepts rather than through genetic distance.
Sunday, September 21, 2008
Every day, nearly eight million customers are served around the world. KFC's menu includes Original Recipe® chicken made with the same great taste Colonel Harland Sanders created more than a half-century ago. Customers around the globe also enjoy more than 300 other products from a Chunky Chicken Pot Pie in the United States to a salmon sandwich in Japan.
KFC has more than 11,000 restaurants in more than 80 countries and territories around the world. And in quite a few U.S. cities, KFC is teaming up with sister restaurants, A&W, All-American Food™, Long John Silver's, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut, selling products from the popular chains in one convenient location.
KFC is part of Yum! Brands, Inc., which is the world's largest restaurant system with over 32,500 KFC, A&W All-American Food™,Taco Bell, Long John Silver's and Pizza Hut restaurants in more than 100 countries and territories.
Saturday, September 20, 2008
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
WOMAN : What are you smiling for?
DOL: It’s what I do.
WOMAN : I won’t ask
DOL : I sell smiles for a living. Here, have a free smile from me (he smiles at her)
WOMAN : No thank you
DOL : Sorry, can’t take it back. You’ll have to give it to someone else.
WOMAN : What?
DOL : The smile. You’ll have to give it away if you don’t want it. Or sell it if you like – apparently it hasn’t been used much.
WOMAN : What do you mean by that?
DOL : You don’t smile very often, do you?
WOMAN : So what if I don’t?
DOL : You shouldn’t waste your smile. There’s plenty of people who could use one.
WOMAN : Well, they can have mine
DOL : Your what?
WOMAN : My smile.
DOL : I don’t se one.
WOMAN : I thought you just gave me one.
DOL : I tried, but it didn’t stick. I think it.
WOMAN : Fine. What’s there to smile anyway?
DOL : Well..
WOMAN : You don’t have to answer that.
DOL : There’s a lots of things to smile about.
It’s a beautiful day outside, the busses are running on time.
WOMAN : I don’t want to hear about it.
DOL : And look at that flower over there, now that would make anybody smile.
A long moment of silence. Finally, she gaves in.
WOMAN : So, what’s the going rate on smiles these days?
DOL : Pardon me?
WOMAN : Your smiles. How much are they?
DOL : Oh. They’re very expensive.
WOMAN : So is my taste.
DOL : You probably couldn’t afford one.
WOMAN : Try me.
DOL : I’m warning. It’ll cost you.
WOMAN : Yes I know. How much?
DOL : One smile
WOMAN : One smile?
DOL : That’s how much they cost.
WOMAN : What?
DOL : The price for a smile is exactly one smile. That’s the going rate. (He thinks about it)
WOMAN : Alright. (smiles) I’ll take one.
DOL : It was a pleasure doing business with you (He leaves)
So, smiles when we stil have one.
Monday, September 15, 2008
The Internet carries various information resources and services, such as electronic mail, online chat, file transfer and file sharing, online gaming, and the inter-linked hypertext documents and other resources of the World Wide Web (WWW).
The terms "Internet" and "World Wide Web" are often used in every-day speech without much distinction. However, the Internet and the World Wide Web are not one and the same. The Internet is a global data communications system. It is a hardware and software infrastructure that provides connectivity between computers. In contrast, the Web is one of the services communicated via the Internet. It is a collection of interconnected documents and other resources, linked by hyperlinks and URLs.
Although the basic applications and guidelines that make the Internet possible had existed for almost a decade, the network did not gain a public face until the 1990s. On August 6, 1991, CERN, which straddles the border between France and Switzerland, publicized the new World Wide Web project. The Web was invented by English scientist Tim Berners-Lee in 1989.
An early popular web browser was ViolaWWW, patterned after HyperCard and built using the X Window System. It was eventually replaced in popularity by the Mosaic web browser. In 1993, the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois released version 1.0 of Mosaic, and by late 1994 there was growing public interest in the previously academic, technical Internet. By 1996 usage of the word Internet had become commonplace, and consequently, so had its use as a synecdoche in reference to the World Wide Web.
Meanwhile, over the course of the decade, the Internet successfully accommodated the majority of previously existing public computer networks (although some networks, such as FidoNet, have remained separate). During the 1990s, it was estimated that the Internet grew by 100% per year, with a brief period of explosive growth in 1996 and 1997. This growth is often attributed to the lack of central administration, which allows organic growth of the network, as well as the non-proprietary open nature of the Internet protocols, which encourages vendor interoperability and prevents any one company from exerting too much control over the network.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Every days, I hope that I can let myself to have the air to breath. Because every second in university is about study. Sometimes it makes me bored to face the books.
One of the way to release my tension is to sit with my friends and talk about ourselves. Talking with them can bring a lots of laugh. Their jokes can make me feel better.
Sometimes, I tried to fresh my mind by seing the environments, one of the God's gift. Seing the green leaves with the blue skies can give me a peace feeling.
I also like to listen for a music when I am in stress. It can be a good way to reduce stress.
For me, all the ways above can be the best ways to reduce the pressure especially in study. It is depend on the person.
But, the most important thing is always be fun whenever and wherever you are.
So, lets get fun and njoy your days with the new feeling..
Thursday, September 11, 2008
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
For the fisrt day fasting, i've got my 'sahur' in my cousin's house at Kuantan, Pahang. It was just a simple 'sahur' because she has a baby, so she cannot prepare much. For breaking fast, my roomate and I were prepared some dishes.
But the most things that I like about the fasting month is 'Bazar Ramadhan' where all the dishes for breaking fast are sold. There are many types of foods we can get from the 'Bazar Ramadhan' such as 'nasi kerabu', 'nasi dagang' and 'nasi minyak'. They are the most attractive dishes for the buyer because of their popularities. There are also some desert like curry puff, cream puff, and many of the malaysian's deserts.
Here, me and my roomate always share our dishes. We bought the different dishes and deserts. Then we exchange them. It such an harmony room. Sometimes we prepared the dishes together and invite our friends to eat with us.
The best part of 'Ramadhan' is Tarawikh. Though it is just a 'sunat' prays, but all the Muslims from any part of the country do it. For those who are doing the Tarawikh will have their rewards from God. It is one of the advantages of 'Ramadhan'. But there are a lots of advantages. Another one is the 'Lailatul Qadar' night where the person who do their prays on the night of it will get their rewards same as he/she do the prays for a thousand months.
Ramadan gives muslims many advantages especially for those who really appreciate it. I hope that I can be that kind of person.
Friday, September 5, 2008
To help me cope with anything
If you see the wonder of a fairy
You can take the future even if you fail
I believe in angels
Something good in everything I see
I believe in angels
When I know the time is right for me
I'll cross the stream
I have a dream
I have a dream, a fantasy
To help me through reality
And my destination makes it worth the while
Pushing through the darkness still another mile
I Have A Dream
There is a lyric the song of ‘I Have A Dream’. ‘I Have a Dream’ was originally singing by ABBA's. But it is becoming more popular when it was singing by Westlife. Apart from that, the song was re-recorded with additional vocals by Indonesian child singer, Sinna Sherina Munaf.
Westlife is an Irish pop band that was formed on July 3, 1998. The group's original line up comprised of Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily, Shane Filan and Bryan McFadden. On March 9, 2004, Bryan McFadden left the band to work on solo projects.
I also have a dream that I need to achieve. When I was in primary school, I’d like to be a teacher. I think being a teacher is the best thing because I can always sit in front when there are events in school. So, I can see all the performances on the stage clearly. When I think about that, it made me laugh. It is the funniest reason that I ever thought.
It wasn’t stop there. When I watch the action movies, I was dreaming to be a police. In other words, I want to be a hero and save people from the evil. It is a good dream. But I think it’s hard for me to be like that because of my physical appearance (too short).
In Matriculation College, I just think about my study. No time for me to think about dreams. Thanks God. After studying a year in Matriculation College, I received my result and further my study to University Malaysia Pahang (UMP). I took Civil Engineering. It is my first choice. So I accept it happily.
Studying in UMP is quit tough for me. I need to focus and do a lot of assignment. Apart from that, I have some problems with my family. Sometimes it made me stress and I can’t focus on my study.
From now on, I had created my own dream. To finish my study with flying color results and with a hope that I can bind my family’s relationship together like before. And also to make people show their respects to my family.
Thursday, September 4, 2008
It was happened when I received a call from my sister. A call that change my whole feeling and mood. It was about my family's problem. It was not a new problem because it was began since I'm in primary school, but it becoming worst recently. Actually, I don't want to talk about this because it is too personal for me.
A few days after that, I had a problem with some of my friends. It was not because of them but me. I scolded them just for a small mistake. I can't control my mood. I just want to find someone that can reduce my bad feeling. So, I took someone as a victim to release my tension. It is one of the bad way to reduce stress. So, don't ever try it.
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
For me, it can be classified as something that we need to understand. Because, this problems may guide us to a better life. Whatever happen in our life, just be understandable and positive because not all our bad is destined.
No one was born to be an evil and no one was born genius. But all of us were born with one target, 'to live a life'. It is about what we want to be or to do to proceed our life. So if things were going bad, maybe it's time for us to look at ourselves.
Just remember one thing, 'life has full of opportunity'. If we cannot see it, then we need to create it. We need to be a winner in our inner selves.
So, what are we waiting for?
Let us enter the new world together and build a new destiny..
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Designed by Argentine-American architect César Pelli, the Petronas Towers were completed in 1998 and became the tallest buildings in the world on the date of completion. They were built on the site of Kuala Lumpur's race track. Because of the depth of the bedrock, the buildings were built on the world's deepest foundations. The 120-meter foundations were built by Bachy Soletanche, and required massive amounts of concrete.
The 88-floor towers are constructed largely of reinforced concrete, with a steel and glass façade designed to resemble motifs found in Islamic art, a reflection of Malaysia's Muslim religion. Another Islamic influence on the design is that the cross-section of the towers is based on a Rub el Hizb (albeit with circular sectors added to meet office space requirements).
Below the twin towers is Suria KLCC, a shopping mall, and Dewan Filharmonik Petronas, the home of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra.
Petronas, Malaysia's national oil company, set out to build the world's tallest building. Although other buildings such as the Sears Tower have higher occupied floors, a higher antenna, and a higher roof, the Petronas Twin Towers' spires are classified as architectural details and rise to 452 m (1483 feet), giving it the greatest structural height until Taipei 101. Taking advantage of the rules governing building measurements (counting spires but not antennas) has generated controversy over the towers' claim to the title. However, the tradition of including the spire on top of a building and not including the antenna dates back to the rivalry between the Chrysler Building and the 40 Wall Street.
Other buildings have used spires to increase their height but have always been taller overall to the pinnacle when trying to claim the title. In the aftermath of the controversy, the rules governing official titles were partially overhauled, and a number of buildings re-classified structural antenna as architectural details to boost their height rating (even though nothing was actually done to the building).