Saturday, October 03, 2009

Unacceptable! Malaysia ranked 48 out of 66 in broadband service quality

Taken from Malaysian Insider
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Malaysia’s broadband quality is below par, says Oxford study

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 2 – Malaysia was ranked a poor 48 out of 66 countries for Internet broadband quality in a study conducted by Oxford University and sponsored by Cisco.

The global study on broadband quality conducted by Oxford’s Said Business School listed Malaysia among countries which had Internet speeds which were “below today’s applications threshold.”

Malaysia is listed in the same category but above countries like the United Arab Emirates, Philippines, Pakistan, Morocco, Vietnam and Indonesia. China, Malta, Brazil and Thailand are among countries just ahead of Malaysia in broadband quality but still in the same low category.

Countries like Singapore, Britain, Australia, Spain, Turkey and the Ukraine were listed above Malaysia as having Internet speeds “meeting needs of today’s applications.”

Switzerland, the United States, Russia, Taiwan and Hong Kong “comfortably enjoy today’s applications. Crucially, Korea, Japan, Sweden, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Latvia, Netherlands, Denmark and Romania were identified as countries with broadband speeds that were “ready for tomorrow.”

The study was conducted between May and July this year and Broadband Quality Scores (BQS) were awarded based on 24 million records sourced from speed tests.

A similar study conducted last year established that download speeds of 3.75 Mbps and upload of 1 Mbps was the quality requirement needed for today’s applications such as social networking, video steaming, video chatting and file sharing.

For what was classified as “tomorrow’s requirements” speeds of 11.25 Mbps for downloads and 5 Mbps for uploads was needed for visual networking, HD video streaming, consumer telepresence, large file sharing and HD IPTV applications.

According to the study, the research team had found that broadband quality was linked to social and economic benefits and that countries with high broadband quality have broadband on their national agenda.

In a statement earlier today, the DAP’s Lim Kit Siang described the study as confirmation of Malaysia’s unchecked plunge in international IT competitiveness.

“Internationally, broadband quality has moved from one of penetration, i.e. who had broadband connection and who did not, to broadband speed but Malaysia is till bogged down in the initial stage.

“Some six months ago, when Datuk Dr Rais Yatim was also appointed Communications Minister apart from his other portfolios of Information, Culture and Arts, I had called on him to give top priority to turn Malaysia into a broadband power, both in broadband penetration rate as well as in broadband speed if Malaysia is to enhance its competitiveness to take its rightful place in the global arena.

“I had asked what Malaysia’s national average broadband speed was, because nobody was talking about 2Mbps – we are lucky if we get 512 or 256kbps without disruption!”

Malaysians in selected areas will get access to high-speed broadband only by the first quarter of next year.

Residents of Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Bangsar, both in Kuala Lumpur, Subang Jaya and Shah Alam have been promised broadband speeds of 10 Mbps and above under the High-Speed Broadband (HSBB) project.

Residents in high-worth economic zones such as the rest of the Klang Valley and Iskandar Malaysia are expected to get the service later with 1.3 million households expected to have access by 2012.

The HSBB project is a public-private partnership between Telekom Malaysia and the government. Telekom is expected to invest RM8.9 billion of its own funds while the government will put in RM2.4 billion.

Telekom has so far claimed RM290 million from the government for work done.

Malaysia currently lags behind advanced countries in terms of quality and affordability of its broadband offerings, which has been confirmed by the Oxford University study.

While some countries such as Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Sweden and Finland have been enjoying speeds up to 100 Mbps for several years now, most Malaysian still make do with speeds of 1 Mbps or less.

Recently, Singapore, China and Australia have also upped the stakes in this strategic sector and announced massive initiatives to wire up their countries with fibre optics.

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Friday, September 25, 2009

Subject in Harvard: Najib Razak's Economic Policy

Taken from Malaysiakini
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Harvard business school to study Najibnomics



The Harvard Business School in Boston will undertake a case study, highlighting Prime Minister Najib Razak's “courageous and bold” initiatives to tackle financial crisis.

The case study, to be used as a subject in the core curriculum of the macro-economic module, will be a capstone on how crisis is transmitted internationally.

It will also discuss how a country that has sound fundamentals and good regulations could withstand an international crisis.

najib and budgetThe country is known for consolidating the banking, insurance and financial institutions following the 1998 currency crisis, said Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Malaysia in a statement today.

Besides highlighting Najib's bold economic reforms, the Harvard study would also focus on the various economic liberalisation moves, measures taken to prepare the country for the Asean Free Trade Agreement (Afta) and World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations, said Alumni president G Gnanalingam.

“Harvard would also bring to attention how the country positions itself on free trade agreements with other countries and how its economic zones are poised for further foreign direct investment attractions.

“We in the alumni are proud to be associated with such a work as the study would become part of the syllabus programme and taught to thousands of international students.

“Moreover, the students at Harvard will hear about what the government and Bank Negara Malaysia have done since the 1998 crisis to regulate and stabilise the economy,” said Gnanalingam.

Previous case study on capital controls

The previous case study on Malaysia published in April 2002 entitled 'Malaysia – Capital and Control' written by Rawi Abdelai and Laura Alfaro, has been one of Harvard's most successful case studies.

It analysed the political economy of capital controls in Malaysia during the 1997/98 Asian financial crisis. It has been taught in every class for the last seven years not only to Harvard Business School students taking a masters degree in business administration but also to senior managers who attended executive programmes.

The students constantly praised the case study as it highlighted the views expressed by Malaysian leaders, the statement added.

- Bernama

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Full Credits to Bernama and Malaysiakini

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Monday, September 14, 2009

Aku, Dia, dan Payung Biru

Hujan itu hujan rahmat.

Tatkala jam di dinding menandakan berkahirnya hari aku di sana, hujan turun dengan lebat. Seolah-olah tidak mengizinkan aku pulang.


Tetapi hari itu tidak seperti hari yang lain. Hari itu hari terakhirku di sana.


Sang hujan seakan memahami hatiku. Dua minggu tempoh yang singkat, tidak cukup puas aku di sana.


Aku melangkah keluar dari bangunan itu buat terakhir kali, payung biru ku tujahkan ke langit, bersedia mengharungi derap-derap titisan hujan yang deras.
Tatkala itu dia muncul dari pintu, resah melihat ke langit dan lantai bumi yang basah.

Hujan seakan menyebelahi aku, dia tidak punyai payung di tangan.

Aku kaget. Dia datang kepadaku.

Aku kaget. Dia tiada payung.

Dua minggu tempoh yang singkat untuk mengenali seseorang. Buat seketika waktu itu, aku dan dia berpayung bersama, menyusuri hujan. Persis sebuah babak yang selau terpapar dalam layar wayang.

Tetapi kali ini ia bukan sebuah babak dalam layar wayang. Ia adalah hadiah sang hujan kepada aku.

Dua minggu tempoh yang singkat. Aku, dia, dan payung biru ku, akan terpahat menjadi memori indah di dalam hatiku.

Mungkin juga aku dan dia hanyalah satu infatuasi. Mungkin tidak.

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Saturday, August 22, 2009

Schedule of Buka Puasa and Imsak in Malaysia for 2009/ 1430H

Waktu Imsak Dan Berbuka Puasa Negeri-Negeri Seluruh Malaysia Tahun 1430H / 2009M

Jadual dibawah tertakluk :-

* Tertakluk Kepada Pengisytiharan Penyimpan Mohor Besar Raja-Raja Malaysia

** Tarikh Melihat Anak Bulan Syawal Tertakluk Kepada Pengisytiharan Penyimpan Mohor
Besar Raja-Raja Malaysia

Source and download links from http://www.islam.gov.my

***Full credit goes to Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM)***

MELAKA
Melaka

JOHOR
ZON 1- Pulau Aur Dan Pulau Pemanggil
ZON 2- Daerah Johor Bahru,Kota Tinggi,Mersing Dan Pulau Berdekatan
ZON 3-Daerah Pontian Dan Kluang
ZON 4-Batu Pahat,Muar,Segamat Dan Gemas Johor

PERAK
ZON 1- Daerah Hulu PERAK, Daerah Kuala Kangsar, Daerah Kinta Dan Daerah Batang Padang[Pengkalan Hulu (Keroh), Gerik, Lenggong, Kuala Kangsar, Sg.Siput, Ipoh,Batu Gajah, Kampar, Tapah, Slim River Dan Tanjung Malim
ZON 2-DAERAH KERIAN, DAERAH LARUT MATANG DAN SELAMA, DAERAH PERAK TENGAH, DAERAH MANJUNG DAN DAERAH HILIR PERAK.Parit Buntar, Bagan Serai, Taiping, Selama, Parit, Kg.Gajah,Beruas, Lumut, Sitiawan, Pulau Pangkor,Teluk Intan DanBagan Datoh]
ZON 3-BUKIT LARUT(TANAH TINGGI)

SARAWAK
ZON 1-LIMBANG, SUNDAR, TRUSAN DAN LAWAS
ZON 2-NIAH, BEKENU, MIRI, SIBUTI, DAN MARUDI
ZON 3-TATAU, SUAI, BELAGA, PANDAN, SEBAUH DAN BINTULU
ZON 4-IGAN, OYA, BALINGIAN, MUKAH, DALAT, SIBU,KANOWIT, KAPIT DAN SONG
ZON 5-, MATU, DARO, SARIKEI, JULAU, BINTANGOR DAN REJANG
ZON 6-KABONG, LINGGA, SRI AMAN, ENGKELILI, LUBOK ANTU, BETONG, SPAOH, PUSA, SARATOK, ROBAN DAN DEBAK
ZON 7-SAMARAHAN, SIMUNJAN, SERIAN, SEBUYAU DAN MELUDAM
ZON 8-KUCHING, LUNDU, BAU DAN SEMATAN

SABAH
ZON 1-BAHAGIAN SANDAKAN (TIMUR),TOMANGGONG, SUKAU, BANDAR SANDAKAN,SAMAWANG, KOTA KINABATANGAN DAN BUKIT GARAM.
ZON 2-BAHAGIAN SANDAKAN (BARAT) TERUSAN, BELURAN, KUAMUT, JAMBONGAN, PAITAN, TELUPID, TONGOD DAN PINANGAH
ZON 3-BAHAGIAN TAWAU (TIMUR) TAMBISAN, SAHABAT, TUNGKU, SEMPORNA, SILABUKAN,LAHAD DATU DAN KUNA
ZON 4-BAHAGIAN TAWAU (BARAT) BALUNG, BANDAR TAWAU, PULAU SEBATIK, MEROTAI DAN KALABAKAN
ZON 5-(BAHAGIAN KUDAT) PULAU BANGI, PITAS,KOTA MARUDU, MATUNGGONG DAN KUDAT
ZON 6-GUNUNG KINABALU ( KETINGGIAN 4,101 M)
ZON 7-(BAHAGIAN PANTAI BARAT) RANAU, KOTA BELUD, TUARAN, PENAMPANG, KOTA KINABALU, PUTATAN DAN PAPAR
ZON 8- BAHAGIAN PEDALAMAN (ATAS) PENSIANGAN, NABAWAN, SOOK, SEPULUT, TAMBUNAN, DAN KENINGAU
ZON 9-BAHAGIAN PEDALAMAN (BAWAH) TENOM, LONG PA SIA, MEMBAKUT, BEAUFORT, KUALA PENYU, WESTON, MENUMBOK DAN SIPITANG

TERENGGANU
ZON 1-KUALA TERENGGANU DAN MARANG
ZON 2-BESUT DAN SETIU
ZON 3-HULU TERENGGANU
ZON 4-KEMAMAN DAN DUNGUN

KELANTAN
ZON 1-JAJAHAN KOTA BHARU, BACHOK, PASIR PUTEH,TUMPAT, PASIR MAS, TANAH MERAH, MACHANG, KUALA KRAI DAN DAERAH CIKU (JAJAHAN GUA MUSANG)
ZON 2-JAJAHAN JELI DAN GUA MUSANG TERMASUK DAERAH GALAS DAN BERTAM

SELANGOR
ZON 1-DAERAH GOMBAK, PETALING/SHAH ALAM, HULU SELANGOR, HULU LANGAT DAN SEPANG
ZON 2-DAERAH KLANG, KUALA LANGAT,KUALA SELANGOR DAN SABAK BERNAM

PAHANG
ZON 1-PULAU TIOMAN
ZON 2-KUANTAN, PEKAN, ROMPIN DAN MUADZAM SHAH
ZON 3-TEMERLOH, CHENOR, MARAN, JERANTUT DAN BERA
ZON 4-RAUB, BENTONG DAN LIPIS
ZON 5-GENTING SEMPAH, JANDA BAIK DAN BUKIT TINGGI
ZON 6-CAMERON HIGHLAND, BUKIT FRASER, GENTING HIGHLAND

WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN
KUALA LUMPUR
PUTRAJAYA

WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN
LABUAN

PERLIS
PERLIS

NEGERI SEMBILAN
ZON 1-JEMPOL DAN TAMPIN
ZON 2-: SEREMBAN,REMBAU, PORT DICKSON, KUALA PILAH DAN JELEBU

KEDAH
ZON 1-DAERAH KOTA SETAR, KUBANG PASU, PENDANG, YAN DAN KUALA MUDA
ZON 2-PADANG TERAP, SIK DAN BALING
ZON 3-DAERAH KULIM DAN BANDAR BAHARU
ZON 4-DAERAH LANGKAWI
ZON 5-PUNCAK GUNUNG JERAI

PULAU PINANG
Pulau Pinang



***Full credit goes to Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM)***

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~Awarded by Insyirah Qahirah~




I normally don't do this tagging things often but in spirit of Ramadhan I will break my tradition once in a while..


1. Meletakkan imejan penghargaan yang diberi




created by mommawannabe? hahaha


2. Nyatakan 5 fakta menarik tentang pemberi penghargaan ini

  • orang nye comel
  • agak malu2 kucing (tuan punya badan pun mengaku kan? :P)
  • malu2 kucing tapi takut dgn kucing? erkk
  • suka warna pink
  • orang nye cute
  • pandai main bowling
  • pandai menjaga adab pergaulan ^^
  • suka handphone brand Sony Ericsson je
  • eh.. ni dah lebih 5 kan? :P

3. Blogger yang mendapat penghargaan ini perlu menyenaraikan 10 fakta atau hobi diri

Fakta dgn hobi kan?
  • berat 77kg (kena kuruskan lagi)
  • ada 2 handphone
  • ada 1 ipod touch
  • ada 1 ipod classic 60GB
  • tak pandai melukis
  • tak mudah merajuk
  • tak gemar baca fiction (comic, novel, etc.) except yg ada recommendation
  • suka buku non-fiction (biography, self-help, social psychology)
  • tak pandai shopping
  • suka barang2 komputer, yg ni reti nak shopping tp takde duit =(

4. Bloggers yang bakal menerima penghargaan ini dan sedikit gambaran tentang mereka
  • Fadhli
  • Izwanwan
  • Latif
  • Rahim
  • Nazay
  • Tun Nakiwa
  • Hanis Zalikha.. erkk
  • Obefiend.. erkk
  • Paul Tan.. erkkk
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To all my Muslim companions, May this Ramadhan bring us calm, happiness and barakah =)

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Thursday, July 02, 2009

Menara Gading

Alhamdulillah..
All my hard works have paid off.
Most importantly I did it with love and support from my parents, friends and family.


From the bottom of my heart, thank you =)

Friends, hope to see as many of you during our convocation day.

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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Towards a Liberal Malaysian Market


PM Najib today introduces sweeping changes to its capital markets to boost foreign investments, cutting Bumiputera equity quotas for share offerings and in fund management firms while trimming the role of a powerful but conservative panel overseeing such investments.


These changes are primed to ease restrictions on foreign investment and become a major initiative to make it easier to do business in Malaysia, he said.

Najib announced the changes in his speech at the Invest Malaysia conference in Kuala Lumpur this morning.

The prime minister said the changes are a result of a review of the Foreign Investor Committee guidelines.

Some of the changes:

  • Guidelines on the acquisition of equity stakes, mergers and takeovers have been repealed with immediate effect, without any new guideline in its place;

  • There is a change in the requirements of bumiputera equity for companies seeking listing. Previously a company seeking listing was required to satisfy a public spread requirement of 25 percent and 30 percent bumiputera equity condition, but the equity condition is subsumed within the public spread requirement with 50 percent of public shareholding spread to bumiputera investors.

  • Post-listing fund-raising exercises will no longer be subjected to any equity condition.

  • FIC approval for property transactions will now be required where it involves a dilution of bumiputera or government interests for properties valued at RM20 million and above. All other property transactions, including those between foreigners and non-bumi will no longer required FIC approval.

"The scope and function of the FIC have been substantially rationalised. FIC's scope now involves far fewer transactions, far fewer rules and far fewer conditions," Najib said.

He also announced other new measures, which include:

  • Setting up a new investment institution, called Ekuiti Nasional Berhad (Ekuinas), in order to promote the participation of bumiputeras;

  • Redefining the roles of government-linked companies to play a complementary role to the private sector and to avoid detriment of private sector competition;

  • Ownership in the wholesale segment of the fund management industry will be liberalised to allow 100 percent foreign ownership for qualified and leading fund management companies to establish operation in Malaysia;

  • For unit trust segments, the foreign shareholding limit will be raised from 49 percent to 70 percent;

  • Foreign ownership shareholding limits in existing stock broking companies will be increased from 49 percent to 70 percent;

  • Bank Negara and the Security Commission will review all visa applications for the financial services industry and capital market industries.
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Credits: Malaysiakini, The Star and The Malaysian Insider

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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Terengganu showdown looms

Terengganu plunged into crisis today..

These two news article were taken from Malaysiakini and The Malaysian Insider respectively

News# 1
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BN rebels move to oust Terengganu MB
Apr 14, 09 11:02am

More than half of Barisan Nasional backbenchers today did not turn up at Terengganu state assembly sitting today in a move related to their bid to oust Menteri Besar Ahmad Said.

Ten of the 14 BN backbenchers in the state assembly are said to have "boycotted" the second day of the sitting as plans are being made to force Ahmad to step down.

It is believed that the failure of the state representatives to be present at the assembly is linked to ‘death threats’ which some of them had received yesterday.

Late last night, three assemblypersons have lodged a police report saying that they received an SMS warning them against moving a motion of no-confidence against the MB.

Paka assemblyperson Zakaria Abdullah, Abdul Halim Jusoh (Permaisuri) and Rosol Wahid (Ajil) lodged their police reports shortly after midnight following the SMS ‘death threats’.

According to Bernama, Abdul Halim said they received the SMS at about 11.20 last night from an individual believed to be a government official.

They were warned not to proceed with their plan to oust the MB.

"As a senior state government official, he should not threaten anyone, what more a state assemblyman like me. You cannot make threats on people's lives... I don't know why I was targeted," he said.

Of the 32 seats in the state assembly, BN controls 24 while opposition has eight seats.

Umno divided

Ahmad had on Saturday warned those who attempt to table a motion of no-confidence against him would face disciplinary action, including expulsion from the party.

Ruling party Umno is deeply split on the issue of who should be the state menteri besar.

Former MB Idris Jusoh was the then prime minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s choice but this was opposed by Terengganu palace headed by King Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin.

The Terengganu sultan has backed Ahmad to helm the state and after a brief stand-off, Abdullah relented.

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Terengganu BN revolt

APRIL 14 – The end is near for Terengganu Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Said after 10 Barisan Nasional (BN) state lawmakers boycotted the state assembly today in a bid to force his resignation.

Bernama named the absentees as Tepoh assemblyman Muhammad Ramli Noh, Mohd Zawawi Ismail (Kuala Berang), Abdul Halim Jusoh (Permaisuri), Datuk Din Adam (Bukit Besi), Datuk Rosol Wahid (Ajil), Alias Abdullah (Alor Limbat), Zakaria Abdullah (Paka), Ramlan Ali (Jabi), Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh (Jertih) and Mohd Pehimi Yusof (Kota Putera).

Ahmad’s position as BN’s mentri besar has become increasingly untenable amid talk that his own party men were planning to table a no-confidence vote against him.

The seeds of this revolt were planted when Ahmad was put in place as BN’s mentri besar soon after last year’s general elections in place of the incumbent Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh.

Idris was not reappointed due to friction with the Terengganu palace.

But The Malaysian Insider understands that the palace will have no objections to Ahmad’s removal as MB if he is unable to hold the government together.

Ahmad had warned that any BN men involved in moves to table a no-confidence vote against his government faced expulsion.

The BN rebels are now believed to be holed up in a hotel and are expected to speak to reporters shortly.

A number of BN assemblyman are said to have met with deputy Umno president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin to obtain “official sanction” for the revolt.

The Malaysian Insider understands that Ahmad had been picked to be MB last year because he was untainted and was relatively popular among the grassroots.

But he has been seen in recent months to become “vicious”, especially in the removal of various heads of state agencies.

Yesterday, three BN lawmakers also lodged police reports for allegedly receiving death threats in text messages related to the planned no-confidence vote.

The Malaysian Insider understands that some of the text messages have been traced to individuals associated with the MB.

The three assemblymen alleging the death threats are Datuk Rosol Wahid (Ajil), Zakaria Ariffin (Paka) and Halim Jusoh (Pemaisuri).

“As a senior state government official, he should not threaten anyone, what more a state assemblyman like me,” Halim told reporters at the Kuala Terengganu police headquarters. “You cannot make threats on people's lives ... I don't know why I was targeted.”

Asked whether he would inform the mentri besar of the threat, he said he would not do so because he had lodged a police report, Bernama reported.

Besides the palace, it is understood that the senior leadership of Umno also has no objection to a change of leadership in the state government.


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Thursday, April 09, 2009

2009 Malaysia Cabinet Line-Up

I present you Malaysian government new cabinet line-up as announced by our 6th PM, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak.

Perhaps one of the surprise is the exclusion of Khairy Jamaludin, Umno Youth chief in the cabinet list. To add insult to his injury, even Umno Youth deputy chief and Mukhriz Mahathir, who lost to Khairy in the contest for the Umno Youth top post were appointed with deputy minister post.

Khairy is also the only head of the three Umno wings not appointed minister.

The following are ministers dropped by Najib:

Syed Hamid Albar (Home Affairs), Muhammad Muhd Taib (Rural and Regional Development), Azalina Othman Said (Tourism), Ong Ka Chuan (Housing and Local Government), senator Amirshah A Aziz (Minister in the PM's Department), Mohd Zin Mohamed (Works) and Zulhasnan Rafique (Federal Territories).

Shahrir Samad who had tendered his resignation as domestic trade and consumer affairs minister last week was not considered in this line-up.


NEW CABINET LINE-UP:

Prime Minister and Finance Minister 1 Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak

Deputy PM and Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin

Ministers in Prime Minister’s Department
Unity Dr Koh Tsu Koon
Law and Parliament Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz
Religious Affairs Brig. Gen. (Rtd) Datuk Jamil Khir Baharum
Economic Planning Unit Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop

Finance
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (Finance I)
Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah (Finance II)
Deputies: Datuk Chor Chee Heung, Datuk Dr Awang Adek Hussein

Education
Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin
Deputies: Datuk Wee Ka Seong, Datuk Puad Zarkashi

Transport
Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat
Deputies: Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri, Datuk Robert Lau

Home
Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein
Deputy: Datuk Wira Abu Seman Yusop

Information, Unity, Culture and Arts
Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim
Deputies: Datuk Joseph Salang Gandum, Heng Sai Kee

Energy, Green Tech & Water
Datuk Peter Chin Fah Kui
Deputy: Noriah Kasnon

Plantation Industries and Commodoties
Tan Sri Bernard Dompok
Deputy: Datuk Hamzah Zainuddin

Rural and Regional Development
Datuk Shafie Apdal
Deputies: Datuk Hassan Malek, Datuk Joseph Entulu

Higher Education
Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin
Deputies: Dr Hou Kok Chung, Saifuddin Abdullah

International Trade and Industry
Datuk Mustapa Mohamed
Deputies: Datuk Muhkriz Mahathir, Datuk Jacob Dungau

Science, Tech and Innovation
Datuk Dr Maximus Ongkili
Deputy: Fadillah Yusof

Natural Resources and Environment
Datuk Douglas Unggah Embas
Deputy: Tan Sri Joseph Kurup

Tourism
Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen
Deputy: Datuk Seri Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Abdul Taib

Agriculture and Agro-based industries
Datuk Noh Omar
Deputies: Johari Baharum, Rohani Abdul Karim

Defence
Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi
Deputy: Datuk Dr Abdul Latif

Works
Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor
Deputy: Datuk Yong Khoon Seng

Health
Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai
Deputy: Datuk Rosnah Rashid Shilin

Youth and Sport
Datuk Ahmad Shabery Cheek
Deputies: Datuk Razali Ibrahim, Wee Jeck Sing

Human Resource
Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam
Deputy: Datuk Maznah Mazlan

Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri
Deputy: Datuk Tan Lian Hoe

Housing and Local Government
Datuk Kong Cho Ha
Deputy: Lajim Ukin

Women, Family and Community Development
Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil
Deputy: Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun

Foreign Affairs
Datuk Anifah Aman
Deputies: Lee Chee Hong, A. Kohilan

Federal Territory
Datuk Raja Nong Chik Zainal Abidin
Deputy: M. Saravanan

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Sunday, April 05, 2009

Future TM IPTV content?

Taken from Malaysiakini,


Telekom to bid for EPL broadcast rights

State-owned Telekom Malaysia may bid for exclusive rights to show live matches in the next three English Premier League seasons, from 2010 to 2013.

MCPX

The multimillion-dollar tender will open for bidding in the second quarter of this year and the country's largest telecommunications firm is considering taking part, the Edge financial weekly quoted an unnamed source as saying.

football racism 161105 liverpool playerThe weekly said Telekom Malaysia is likely to compete with Malaysia's dominant pay-TV operator, Astro All Asia Networks, which currently holds the Malaysian broadcast rights for 2007 to 2010 seasons, for the 2010-2013 rights.

"We hope to acquire interesting content for our triple-play platform that could help us to enrich and add value to our service offering," Telekom Malaysia vice-president Jeremy Kung told the weekly, declining further comment.

EPL matches draw a strong following among Malaysians especially top teams such as Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool.

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Should TM wins this bid, starting from next year Malaysian customers might needed to subscribe to TM HSBB (High-speed Broadband Project) package which will include IPTV to watch live EPL matches. Having a competition is good for us customers, it will also put pressure for Astro to improve its service.


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Saturday, March 28, 2009

Film by Malaysian, for Malaysian



Talentime - go watch it!

2 thumbs up


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Thursday, March 05, 2009

Kedah civilization older than Angkor Wat


History book may have to be rewritten now. Apparently the latest find in Kedah in Lembah Bujang pre-dated back in 3rd and 4th AD, older than Angkor Wat which existed in 12th to 14th AD.

Here's the news reports from Malaysiakini:


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Pre-Angkor civilisation found in Kedah

Archaeologists today said they had discovered the main site of an ancient kingdom that predates the Angkor temples of Cambodia and could be the oldest civilisation in the region.

MCPX

Archaeological team leader Professor Mokhtar Saidin said the find, which could lead to a rewriting of history books on the region, was made in two palm oil plantations in Kedah last month.

He said buildings found at the site indicate it was part of the ancient Hindu kingdom of Bujang which existed in the area some time in the third century AD, predating the Angkor civilisation of Cambodia which flourished from the 12th to 14th centuries.

"We have dated artifacts from what we believe are an administration building and an iron smelter to 1,700 BP (years before present) which sets the Bujang civilisation between the third and fourth century AD," he told AFP.

"We have only one date so far so we can say it is one of the earliest civilisations in the region but with more dates we will be able to verify whether it is the oldest civilisation in the region," he added.

Iron smelter a surprise find

Mokhtar said the iron smelter was a surprise find as it showed that such an early civilisation was already quite advanced technologically.

"We have 30 more mounds at the site that have to be excavated and we are hoping to also find the port area for the kingdom as it was near the sea," he added.

"This will give us a clue to how the civilisation was trading and influenced by China and India, who would have been the two main powers back then to have influenced development in this region."

Archaeologists last month also announced the discovery of stone tools they believe are more than 1.8 million years old and the earliest evidence of human ancestors in Southeast Asia.

The stone hand-axes were discovered last year in the historical site of Lenggong in northern Perak state, embedded in a type of rock formed by meteorites.


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Ancient finds in Kedah

More ancient buildings were found in Kedah's Lembah Bujang (Bujang Valley)
Following is the news report taken from Bernama:

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USM archaeologists unearth ancient Kedah buildings

SUNGAI PETANI, March 4 — A group of archaeologists has unearthed two prehistoric buildings from the third century AD in the Bujang Valley recently.

The group, from Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)’s Centre for Global Archaeological Research, found a building and a smelting factory, following an excavation project in Sungai Batu, Semeling.

Discovered in two areas near an oil palm plantation in Jalan Lencongan Merbok recently, the buildings proved that an ancient civilisation had existed in the Bujang Valley.

USM Vice-Chancellor Prof Tan Sri Dzulkifli Abdul Razak disclosed today that the discoveries were important historical findings.

He said the date depicted the early beginnings of commercial smelting activities in the Bujang Valley.

The excavation — conducted with the cooperation of the National Heritage Department with an approved grant of RM2.3 million by the unity, culture, arts and heritage ministry -- began on Feb 1, with a total of 70 participants, including USM students.

“This finding is solid proof that the prehistoric civilisation depended on basic knowledge, trade and large-scale industrial production,” he told reporters after a working visit to the site.

The excavation project was headed by USM Centre for Global Archaeological Research director Prof Madya Dr Mokhtar Saidin, and it resulted in two weeks of digging before the buildings were unearthed.

Dzulkifli said the project was part of a plan to develop the National Heritage Department Bujang Valley Heritage Park.

“The finding at Sungai Batu is different from artifacts found in other sites in the Bujang Valley. Previously, archaeologists only found buildings that had the characteristics of ancient temples.

“This latest finding at Sungai Batu I were of bricks believed to be from a house or office, and another at Sungai Batu II which functioned as a smelting factory,” he said.

According to Dzulkifli, both findings were important as it could unravel questions regarding the real date when civilisation started in the Bujang Valley.

Dr Mokhtar said coal samples found at the foundry were sent for Radiocarbon Dating tests at the Beta Analytic Inc, Florida, US, which confirmed that it dated back to the third or fourth century AD.

He added that the Sungai Batu area would be gazetted as the Bujang Valley Heritage Park next year, after research was completed.

The Bujang Valley area consists of almost 300 sq km of land from Gunung Jerai to Sungai Muda, Seberang Perai.

Captain James Low identified the Bujang Valley civilisation after discovering more than 20 temples in Kampung Bujang in 1840.

Research and excavation activities carried out found that the Bujang Valley was a main port in South-East Asia from the fifth century AD to 13 century AD. — Bernama


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Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Perak showdown (updated with reports)

Today 03/03/2009 is a historical day as something unprecedented is happening in Perak.

We shall see the outcome later...

UPDATED with chronological reports by Malaysiakini below:



Court halts assembly sittings

At an emergency assembly meeting held under a tree in a car park next to the state secretariat, the Pakatan representatives passed motions to support Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin as the menteri besar as well as to dissolve the state assembly.

Meanwhile at the Ipoh High Court, a new twist developed when judge Ridwan Ibrahim told speaker V Sivakumar's lawyers that they had no legal standing to represent the speaker, who should be represented by the state legal advisor.

See below as developments unfolded.

LIVE REPORTS

4.56pm: Justice Ridwan has ruled in favour of Zambry by restraining the Perak speaker from convening state assembly sittings, according to Zambry's lawyers.

4.38pm: Zambry's lawyers are out of the judge's chambers. They are expected to hold a press conference soon.

3pm: Lawyers representing Zambry and his six exco members enter the judge's chambers.

2.50pm: The drama is back at the Ipoh High Court again - this time for judicial commissioner Ridwan Ibrahim to hear an application by Zambry to stop "all unlawful assembly sittings by Pakatan".

Speaker Sivakumar's lawyer Leong Cheok Keng and M Kula Segaran submit a letter to the judge stating that Sivakumar had no prior knowledge that the state legal advisor would be representing him.

The speaker told the judge that the decision to bar his lawyers from representing him this morning was wrong.

"I had no communication from the state legal advisor that he would be acting on my behalf," he said in the letter.

11.55am: Those who had lashed out at police personnel when Pakatan Rakyat state representatives were prevented from entering the state secretariat building this morning will be tracked down.

According to Bernama, Ipoh police chief Azisman Alias said more than 200 people had gathered outside the building but there were no untoward incidents.

However, he said several individuals had uttered harsh words against the police, and they would be tracked down from the photographs and videos taken of the incident.

Azisman said the police would also seek the help of the media to publish or broadcast the images of these individuals who attempted to prevent the police from exercising their duty.

11.45am: The crowd at the DAP headquarters start to disperse.

perak state govt crisis 030309 lawyers11.20am: Zambry's lawyers Mohd Hafarizam Harun and Firoz Hussein Ahmad Jamaluddin hold press conference at the Ipoh High Court. They reveal that they had filed an injunction application at 8.30am against all unlawful assembly sittings by Pakatan.

The matter will be heard before justice Ridwan at 2.30pm today. They said that the speaker must be represented by the state legal advisor for this application.

They also said that the judge will fix another date to hear Zambry's two other applications.

perak state govt crisis suk building rain tree assembly 030309 0211.15am: About 300 people have gathered at the DAP headquarters, listening to a ceramah by Pakatan leaders.

10.57am: Nizar also urged the people to stay calm and follow the law. He told them not to emulate the troublemakers who had tried to stop him and the other representatives from entering the state secretariat earlier today.

10.53am: Ngeh also said that speaker Sivakumar will initiate contempt proceedings against the police and the state secretary.

10.50am: State DAP chief and senior exco member under the Pakatan government Ngeh Koo Ham: "It is a very sad day. We have descended into a police state."

10.49am: Nizar says that he will seek an audience with the Perak sultan to inform him the decision of the House. He insisted that the sitting was held in accordance with the rules and regulations.

perak state govt crisis suk building rain tree assembly 030309 0110.46am: Nizar at the press conference said: "We held a sitting under a tree based on the doctrine of necessity because we were prevented from entering the assembly but we had to fulfil our duties based on the notice issued by the speaker".

10.35am: A new twist at the Ipoh High Court. Speaker Sivakumar's lawyer Tommy Thomas held a press conference to say that the judge had ruled that private lawyers have no legal standing to represent the speaker.

perak state govt crisis 030309 tommy thomasThomas said that according to judge Ridwan Ibrahim, only the state legal advisor can act for the speaker since he (the speaker) is part of the state government.

With this ruling, Thomas said that they would be taking instructions from Sivakumar on the next course of action.

Thomas also said that their arguments that it would be a conflict for the state advisor to represent the speaker was dismissed by the judge.

He also said that the judge dismissed their application to conduct watching brief with the right to submit on behalf of the speaker.

The issue of legal standing was raised by Zambry's lawyers.

perak state assembly building 03030910.31am: Sivakumar is now heading towards the DAP headquarters nearby where he will be holding a press conference to explain the next course of action. Nizar is also expected to hold a press conference there. The DAP HQ is located right opposite the state secretariat's rear entrance.

10.30am: The speaker has adjourned the "historic" assembly meeting. Sivakumar will now have to present the motions to the Perak sultan for further action.

10.25am: The second motion to dissolve the state assembly was also moved, debated and passed unanimously.

The emergency sitting under the tree also passed a third motion - to adopt the decision of the rights and privileges committee headed by Sivakumar to suspend Zambry and his six exco members.

10.23am: The first motion was passed unanimously. Every present Pakatan representative shouted 'setuju' (agree) when a vote was taken on the motion.

perak state govt crisis suk building rain tree assembly 030309 0410.20am: The first motion to express confidence on Nizar as the menteri besar is being tabled now.

10.18am: Sivakumar is in his full speaker's robe to chair the meeting. It is held in a very formal manner. He told the viewing crowd not to clap or cheer and to respect the meeting.

10.15am: The meeting starts with a prayer session, It is held under a raintree, without any chairs for the state representatives and the speaker to sit.

10.13am: Speaker Sivakumar has decided to hold the emergency meeting right at the car park. All Pakatan representatives are present. Some 300 people are watching the historic proceeding.

10.08am: Speaker Sivakumar and Nizar are also seen with the other state representatives at the car park. The impromptu meeting is still proceeding there.

perak state govt crisis 030309 pakatan lawyers10.05am: Meanwhile at the Ipoh High Court, lawyers from both sides are learnt to have been in the judge's chambers for the past 30 minutes.

10.01am: The Nizar entourage has stopped at the car park located some 50 metres away from the state secretariat's main entrance and are huddled in a meeting. Speaker Sivakumar is not in this group.

10am: Nizar and the state representatives are leaving the area. They are headed to the DAP headquarters and will be holding a press conference there.

Some 200 Pakatan supporters are still waiting at the state secretariat entrance.

9.55am: Ipoh police chief Azisman: "I have spoken to both Ngeh and the state secretary (Abdul Rahman Hashim) and the state secretary said no one is allowed to enter the state secretariat".

9.53am: Senior state exco member under the Pakatan government Ngeh Koo Ham is still trying to negotiate with Ipoh police chief to allow them to enter the state secretariat.

9.50am: Eyewitnesses say that the police have asked speaker Sivakumar alone to enter the state secretariat. This could not be confirmed.

9.49am: The police are ordering the crowd to disperse. The crowd is shouting 'Hidup Rakyat!'.

9.45am: Ipoh OCPD Azisman Alias refuses to negotiate, says no one is allowed to enter. The police are pushing away the Pakatan state representatives away from the main entrance. The situation is very chaotic.

9.40am: Nizar's people are negotiating with the police as the FRU are not allowing anyone inside the state secretariat. The crowd now stands at about 200, most of whom are Pakatan supporters. The water cannon is pointed towards the crowd.

9.35am: A group of people numbering about 30 are blocking Nizar and his team from heading towards the main entrance. No police interference. Nizar and group walked past them to the main entrance.

9.30am: Ousted Menteri Besar Nizar and his state representatives arrive at the state secretariat.

9.25am: A slanging match ensues between BN and Pakatan supporters at the main entrance of the secretariat. The BN supporters showered profanities at the Pakatan lot who had been shouting ‘reformasi!'.

9.21am: The police and FRU trucks are blocking the main entrance to the state secretariat. The Pakatan state representatives are expected to try to get into the building to go to the state assembly through this entrance.

9.20am: The crowd - a good multi-racial one - at the state secretariat has swelled to about 100 now.

9.15am: Pakatan state representatives who had earlier met at a nearby hotel are on their way to the state secretariat.

9.10am: Lawyers from both sides are in the court house.

9am: About 40 FRU personnel in full gear position themselves at the rear entrance of the state secretariat. Some of them are armed with rifles and tear-gas launchers.

8.55am: At the Ipoh High Court - no crowd, no police. Only lawyers for the speaker are present so far. This defence team is led by constitutional expert Tommy Thomas, Chan Kok Keong, Philip Koh Tong Ngee and Augustine Antony. Several other lawyers are expected to join them.

Perak MB Zambry Abd Kadir's two applications will be heard today. The first is on speaker Sivakumar's use of the undated resignation letters of three BN-friendly independents to vacate their state seats. The second is over the suspensions of Zambry and his six exco members.

The matters will be heard before judicial commissioner Ridwan Ibrahim at High Court 4.

Zambry and Co are not expected to be present in court today. Their defence team is led by Mohd Hafarizam Harun with Badrul Hishah Abd Wahab, Faizul Hilmy Ahmad Zamri.

8.50am: About 50 curious onlookers have gathered at the rear entrance of the state secretariat. "No signs of any trouble," says Malaysiakini journalist Andrew Ong.

zambry file suit 020309 fru8.30am: Roadblocks have been set up since yesterday along the main road leading to the state secretariat. No vehicles are allowed near the building.

More than 100 police personnel are on standby at the state secretariat. Dozens of journalists are also there.

8.15am: The main entrance to the state secretariat building in Ipoh is shut, denying access to anyone wanting to enter the secretariat. A huge police presence is also visible around the state secretariat.

The police have also cordoned off the road at the back of the state secretariat. Federal Reserve Unit trucks and water cannons are on standby as well.

Yesterday state police chief Zulkefli Abdullah had warned people not to gather at the state secretariat.

The Pakatan Rakyat state assemblypersons have planned to gather at the main entrance of the state secretariat at 10am before going into the state assembly located in the secretariat to conduct their emergency meeting.

Meanwhile, Menteri Besar Zambry Abdul Kadir's legal suits against speaker V Sivakumar is expected to be heard at 9am at the Ipoh High Court.



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Friday, February 27, 2009

Dear Malaysian Politicians

A businessman, Anas Zubedy who runs a consultancy company Zubey (M) Sdn. Bhd. forked out more than RM 36,000 to publish a full-page advertisement that appeared in The Star, 26 February 2009 in page N37.

In the ad, he wrote an open letter to Malaysian politicians, asking political parties to call a truce and focus on the shaky economy and jobs.

He also spoke of the challenges faced by his 20 staff, their fears for the future — and how the country's leaders seem oblivious to the anxiety that he feels is gripping the nation.

“Whether (the governing) Barisan Nasional or (opposition) Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leads is meaningless . . . if Malaysians have no job to go to, no money to pay rent and no means to put food on the table,” he wrote.

“Pakatan Rakyat, please stop your attempts to take over the federal government and just let go. The nation can wait until the next general election if they want change.

“Barisan Nasional, please stop any attempts to take over PR states and win over PR lawmakers. You have proved your point with Perak. The nation can wait for the next general election if they want your party.”

Anas called on politicians from all sides to “get together and compromise”, telling them: “Someone has to give in. Take the nation to heart. That's why you are in politics in the first place. Focus on the people. Focus on the economy.”


Click on the image below to see the full page advertisement for yourself
Click on the image to see the ad in full-size

I wish the Rm 36,000 he spent does not go down the drain, politicians should take heed of his pleading, it basically represents what other Malaysians are wishing for right now.

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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Are you gonna finish strong?

I stumbled upon this inspirational video at Youtube.

The guy is an Australian named Nick Vujicic, who was born without any limbs.





" If I fail and I give up, do you think I'm gonna be able to get up? No!
But I just want you to know that it's not the end, it matters how you gonna finish.
Are you gonna finish strong? " - Nick Vujicic


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Sunday, February 22, 2009

Weirdness

I continue to surprise myself lately.


Currently I find myself listening to Britney Spears's Circus album every time of the day.

My favourite tracks include Circus, Out From Under and Shattered Glass...ouch.


Hopefully this infatuation stops, ASAP.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Kids nowadays


Budak² zaman sekarang....


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He is a 13-year-old who likes computer games, boxing and Manchester United. But what sets Alfie Patten from East Sussex, England, apart from other boys his age is the fact that he became a father last Monday.

MCPX

Baby-faced Alfie, who is 13 but looks more like an eight-year-old, became a father four days ago when his girlfriend Chantelle Steadman,15, gave birth to their daugther Maisie Roxanne.

alfie patten chantelle steadman maisie roxanne 140109In an exclusive story in The Sun yesterday, Alfie was quoted as saying, "I thought it would be good to have a baby. I didn’t think about how we would afford it. I don’t really get pocket money. My dad sometimes gives me £10 (RM51.95)."

Alfie, who is just 4-feet tall, added: "When my mum found out, I thought I was going to get in trouble. We wanted to have the baby but were worried how people would react.

"I didn’t know what it would be like to be a dad. I will be good, though, and care for it."

Maisie was conceived after Chantelle and Alfie - just 12 at the time - had a single night of unprotected sex.

They found out about the baby when Chantelle was 12 weeks pregnant. However, they kept it a secret until six weeks later when Chantelle’s mother Penny, 38, became suspicious about her weight gain and confronted her.

Chantelle admitted she and Alfie, who are both being supported by their parents, would be accused of being grossly irresponsible. She said: "We know we made a mistake but I wouldn’t change it now. We will be good loving parents.

"I have started a church course and I am going to do work experience helping other young mums. I’ll be a great mum and Alfie will be a great dad."

'They have no idea what lies ahead'

Chantelle and Maisie were released from hospital earlier today. They are living with Penny, Chantelle’s jobless father Steve, 43, and her five brothers in a rented council house. The family lives on state benefits. Alfie, who lives with his mother Nicola, 43, spends most of his time at the Steadmans’ house.

He is allowed to stay overnight and even has a school uniform there so he can go straight to his classes in the morning.

Alfie’s father, Dennis, 45, who is separated from Nicola, believes the boy is scared deep down.

"Everyone is telling him things and it’s going round in his head. It hasn’t really dawned on him. He hasn’t got a clue of what the baby means and can’t explain how he feels. All he knows is mum and dad will help.

"When you mention money, he looks away. And she is reliant on her mum and dad. It’s crazy. They have no idea what lies ahead."

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Bapak pun muka budak2 lagi... dahsyat sungguh dunia zaman sekarang

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Coming soon

Langkawi Trip
22 - 24 January 2009





Langkawi Trip
22 - 24 January 2009
~full story soon~

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Tags Frenzy by Erma



Due to unforeseen circumstances, this blog is alive again ^_^


During this trimester break I was tagged in no less than 3 times by Erma.
Here I will answer them gradually one by one :P

1st tag
  • What is your name? ~~NukM4N
  • How old are you? ~~18
  • What are the 3 electronics you can’t live without? ~~My PC, Omnia and iPod
  • Are you amazing? ~~Yeah!
  • What is/are the brand of the phone you are using? ~~Nokia and Samsung
  • What color is/are your phone? ~~Blue and Black
  • Have you slept in school before? ~~I think so
  • How long are you online in a day? ~~approximately 18 hours a day
  • How would you describe yourself? ~~178cm tall, need to lose weight for ideal BMI
  • What’s your favourite topic to talk about? ~~err.. IT stuffs?
  • Which teacher do you like? ~~My english teachers
  • Who do you think is the most prettiest in your class? ~~Aisha ^_^
  • Who are you currently aiming on? ~Supermodels
  • Do you know a lot of your siblings’ secret? ~~I do..
  • How do you describe your siblings? ~I have 5 siblings, too many to describe
  • Are your siblings gorgeous? ~~Yeah!
  • Do you judge people? ~~By the 1st impression, yeah.
  • Do you run? ~~I jog sometimes :P
  • Are you lazy to tag people? ~~Yes, in fact I will end this tag here.
  • Who was the last person you spoke on the phone? ~~Husaini, a friend from diploma days
  • What is 2 + 2? ~~Is this a trick question? My answer is 4
  • Who is your idol? ~~Beloved Prophet Muhammad SAW
  • Are you a monster? ~~......
  • Do you play with Barbie dolls? ~~my sisters has few of them
  • What was the last movie you watched? ~~ Cidade de Deus (City of God)
  • What do you think of your English? ~~I speak the English the cannot cannot
  • What do you think about your Bahasa Malaysia? ~~My level of bahasa was at its best during my SPM days. Now I struggled a bit to write an essay in bahasa, even writing letters in bahasa took a bit more time =P
  • Who do you hate? ~~evil Zionist
  • Do you love yourself? ~~I do
  • Blurt out 5 random words. ~~Nuclear, Langkawi, Laptop, Wedding, Relative
  • People I tag. ~~Nobody, I wish to end the tag here.
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2nd tag


1. Copy badge "2008 Cute's 3logger Award" di bawah untuk diletakkan di blog anda.aku cute ke, time kasih :P^

2. Link/ceritakan kembali siapa yang memberikan award ini kepada anda.
Erma a.k.a cik Daiyan Trisya yg blog nya private =P
3. Setiap blogger mesti menyatakan 10 fakta/hobi diri sendiri sebelum memilih penerima award seterusnya.

5 fakta:
  1. Saya anak sulung
  2. Saya tak kuat merajuk
  3. Saya suka kucing
  4. Saya southpaw boy
  5. Oleh sebab saya anak sulung maka saya lebih tua dari adik-beradik saya

5 hobi:
  1. Saya suka baca blog
  2. Saya main game utk release tension
  3. Saya suka menganalisis sesuatu keadaan
  4. Saya minat menonton muvi
  5. Saya juga minat menonton dan mengumpul siri² TV
4. Anda perlu memilih 10 penerima award seterusnya dan menyatakan nama mereka di blog anda.

tiada sesiapa... terpulang kepada pembaca blog ini untuk membuat tag ini

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1 more tag... malas lah pulak =P