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Sunday, 31 July 2011

selamat berpuasa

Puasa time is back n it feels so great. May all my Muslim friends r blessed in this holy Ramadan. Dun ponteng puasa ya. To others, show respect and fast with them. It’s good for health n spiritually too. I’m gona do dat n serbu bazar Ramadan! Selamat menyambut Ramadan Al-Mubarak dan selamat berpuasa.

mati katak

Mati katak bermaksud mati dengan sia-sia, tanpa sebab ataupun buta-buta mati. =p

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

dup dap dup dap

My heart is pumping fast, blood flowing even faster and i'm gasping for breath than normal since this morning. There's this nervousness in me, waiting for the moment of Felicita Fedelis flying off to Australia. It's sad to see someone significant in ur life to go away but you will still smile n b so proud of them because they are one step nearer to their dream.

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

the tissue seller

9.30pm 19/7/2011 Petaling Street

It has been some time since I post up Ah Kong Ah Ma photos in my blog. I didn’t post old people photos in my Facebook (!/media/set/?set=a.131084207876.112867.599962876&saved#!/home.php?sk=media) too since I’m in KL.

This is the first old people picture I post taken in KL.

It’s so hard to find old people here. Where are they hiding?

I met this aunty at Petaling Street when I was having my dinner with a friend, Aki from Japan.

She came to our table to sell tissues. I said no, thanks. She tried again and again but I still reject her. At the end she wanted to give me free. Hahaha. Of course I reject again. That’s her source of income, how can I take the tissues form her. Then she wanted to give me free Buddhist mantras and chanting CD. That’s so random.. I was like er.. It’s ok la aunty.

She went into the bank to rest as there’s aircon in there. I went in and chat with her.

She was telling me that her life is miserable. Her fate is bad. She’s unlucky and so on. She was curious why I keep on snapping her pictures. She asked me am I a bad guy. Am I going to put curse on her.

She said you will never know the true colours of people. Well she’s right on that. A lot of us are acting, wearing a mask whenever we go. Some even go abroad by jilatting the boss, lick here and there and become so cheap.

I assured her that I am not a bad guy. I am not a holy man but at least I won’t harm people and not her. I told her where I’m from, where I study and what I’m doing here in KL.

It’s so delighting to see her smile looking at her picture from my DSLR screen.

She touches my heart.

At the end, before I left, I bought her a bottle of mineral water. I didn’t open it up as I fear that she might think I put poison in the drink.

Posting up this photo makes up my night. I had a not so smooth day. i made wrong decisionsss. I was so down. But i can see myself smiling now, before I close my eyes, waiting for a better day tomorrow.

Friday, 22 July 2011

YOU are quoted

"Life is too short to think small. Think big."

~ Lee Poicia
~ 22/7/2011 10.19pm
~ via FB

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

nightly QUOTE

If you work hard and you do your best, whether the end result is good or bad, you can still be proud of yourself. Remember to recognize, appreciate and remember those people who help you along the way. =p

I'm gona appear in NTV7 news at 7pm later =p

Good things are floating my life today.

Definitely not to boast, I am so thankful to those who made these happened.

After few times of rejection and continuous support and guidance from helpful seniors, finally, finally.. I'm given the chance to do stand upper and voice over.

This means i'm gona appear on NTV7 Malay news at 7pm today.

This is so unexpected and unbelievable!

I'm right now waiting nervously for the news to be aired in the newsroom. fuh..

Some of the seniors already congratulate me and they are so excited. Hahaha. Thanks Nadia, Sarah and Bob.

Thanks to Julie for encouraging me to try to do stand upper after I told her that the editors didn’t used it before. She helped me a lot in arranging the points and my presentation.

Thank you too to Kak Ron. She’s so high today. She freak me off with her harimau betina voice. But she is nice la. She can be playful when she’s not stress. I was so shocked when she’s ok to used my stand upper.

And I’m totally shocked.

I still have a lot to learn and a lot more to improve.

This experience is gona push me to do better.

Afterall, my internship is going to end soon. I’m leaving at the end of August.

Ok people let us countdown. Ehhee.

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

QUOTE of the day

When you are in bad times, keep a positive mind, don't be angry and everything will be fine. Smile as it will lift up someone's life too.

nasihat buat mu, POLITICIANS

Jangan baling batu lepas tu sorok tangan. Macam ludah atas langit tertelan ludah sendiri. Kalau tak buat salah, buat apa nak takut. Think about it la..

QUOTE of the day

when When u r in bad times, keep a positive mind, don't be angry and everything will be fine. Smile as it will lift up someone's life too. 

Monday, 18 July 2011

Sunray from Hutan Lipur Lata Meraung

Date: 17/7/2011 (Sunday)

Time: 1.07pm

Venue: Hutan Lipur Lata Meraung, Jerantut, Pahang

what a JOKE of the day

Well, let see what is the joke of the day.

First it’s from our Menteri Luar or Minister of Foreign Affairs, Datuk Anifah Aman. He was responding to the questions from people protesting in London. Najib, Hishammudin and him was there to meet the Queen of England. This is what he said about Bersih 2.0 rally.

“Tindakan polis berpatutan. Malaysia mempunyai pelbagai bangsa dan jika terjadi huru hara itu mungkin menimbulkan rusuhan perkauman. Kami tidak mahu ambil risiko. Awak tidak tahu apa yang berlaku di sana, awak tidak berada di sana.”

Come on Datuk! Stop lying! What joke are you telling??

Tindakan polis berpatutan? Whacking and beating people is appropriate? Shooting tear gas and water cannon into the hospital compound is ok? SIMPLY arrest people for wearing yellow and with the BERSIH word on it is correct? Oh wow…

Ok what else?? Huru-hara itu mungkin menimbulkan rusuhan kaum? Halooo.. it’s not chaotic at all if not because of the police. Everyone was walking peacefully until the police shoot tear gas and water cannon. Yes there are a few provocative demonstrators who couldn’t hold onto their emotions.

And the rally is not about Chinese vs Malay or Malay vs Indian or Chinese vs Indian or any race vs any race! It’s not a racial rally. It is a rally by all Malaysians from all over the country, all walks of life from different age, gender, religion, profession and so on. Nothing racist from Bersih 2.0 demonstrators. They were helping each other throughout the intimidation and abuse of power from the police. They were chatting and joking with each other. Chinese, Indian, Malay, Sabahan, Sarawakian, the aborigines got tear gas and water cannon too. It was a touching united Malaysian scene. Forget about the propaganda 1 Malaysia concept by Najib. The Bersih 2.0 demonstrators best represent the concept on July 9th. Racist elements only came from Ibrahim Ali and PERKASA. HE’S THE ONLY ONE BEING RACIST.

For your information Datuk Anifah, you are not there, so you don’t deserved at all to give your own judgement!

Shame on you Anifah Aman, Hishammuddin Hussein and Najib Razak for all the lies you made.

To all the politicians in Malaysia, stop talking nonsense and make fun on yourself. Most importantly don’t fool the Rakyat.

Why I talk so much?? The reason is simply because I was there when the democracy process took place.

Ok now let’s go to the second joke of the day. This time it’s about UiTM, a university for the Bumiputra. It got to the with the PERKASA President, Ibrahim Ali. UiTM is giving out Anugerah Ibrahim Ali or Ibrahim Ali Award to its students.

Oh wow!! Ibrahim Ali. Oh yeh.. uhhh..

First of all, I am so happy and proud of you, Ibrahim Ali for willing to sponsor RM 5000.00 in every convocation to the suitable student. It’s so nice of you. I think the students must be very happy for your kind contribution. Seriously it’s a good news when you give back to the society. You will be a good role model for your kind act.

But, I am so shocked with this award. How can a university acknowledge people like you, Ibrahim? Not enough with the racist label given to UiTM, now UiTM is one step backward in recognizing racism and recruiting more racist Malaysians. Don’t deny the fact that UiTM students are taught to be pro-government. Don’t deny the facts that there are a number of students from UiTM who are bearing the racist mindset.

I wonder what he has contributed to the nation. Erm.. Asking the Chinese to go back China? Er.. asking the Chinese to keep more food at home? Er.. Saying he can bring more people to counter Bersih 2.0 rally? Staying away when the Bersih 2.0 took place? Or calling Wong Chun Wai the Father of Crocodile (

Sorry but I am disappointed and utterly disgusted by this award. RM 5000.00 to promote and enhance racism? Bullshit!

Good academicians from UiTM please stand up and make a stand. UiTM is an educational institution. It supposed to give birth to capable, open-minded, rationale, outstanding and muhibah leaders not to produce more racist people like Ibrahim Ali la…

University should uphold democracy and improve the society.

Just because you can come out with RM 5000.00, you can have the award under your name?? fuyooo! What’s the rationale and relevancy?? Yes you may be cheered for speaking on behalf of the Malays but your views are not supported by all the Malays. You might be fighting for the Malay rights but I still don’t feel that you deserved to give out that award with your name on it.

I will be the first one to support if it’s a A. Samad Said Award or Marina Mahathir Award or even a S. M. Mohamed Idris Award.

Hmmm it’s ok la it’s your university, not mine. And I’m not the applicant. Afterall, UiTM is making itself a laughing stock, at least I laugh. Wahahahaah!

Siapa yang rasa dia layak and tak malu, apply lah.

I wonder what my friends from UiTM have to say about this award. Please leave your comments.

The application form is here ( Your family and friends must be very proud of you. =p

OK I’M DONE LAUGHING WITH THE TWO NEWS TODAY. If you don’t feel funny, don’t laugh la and you can go away from this blog.


Queen of England in yellow

So why is the Queen Elizabeth wearing yellow when granting an audience to Najib and Rosmah? There are reasons. Hahah you are so cool la Queen of England. I respect you for your hidden message to my country. =p


Friday, 15 July 2011

Pictures that tell a story

* An article about me was published in The Star yesterday. (Thursday 14/7/2011) hehehe. ok i'm not boasting ok. But good news like this, i should share around. After all, it's good for my portfolio and resume. =p

PHOTOGRAPHY buff Oh Chin Eng simply loved to take pictures of older people, portraying the simplicity of their life.
And one of his many shots titled “Home”, featuring an old Sikh man with a long beard, won him the third prize under the individual portrait category at the KL International Photo Award 2011 in April.

Prize Winner: Oh win third prize in an international photography contest with a picture portraying rich Sikh cultural elements.

Oh said he preferred to work with older folk as the subject of his photography.
“There’s a special bonding between me and them, especially when they smile for my camera.”
In the case of the old Sikh man, who was clad in a sarong, the picture captured was a production of assimilation in the plural society, said Oh.
He said he decided to document the Sikh community because they were lesser acknowledged in photography although they have a rich and diversified culture .
Up close: Oh taking an outdoor photo shoot at a park.

“Photographing them was a way to start a conversation and the shots recorded tell a story on its own,” he said.
Oh simply wanted his pictures of old people to be a medium of communication and to “convey a message of love.”
“I first bought the camera way back in 2000 to take part in a national-level photography competition organised by the Red Crescent Society,” he said.
He said winning the competition with the first merit prize had encouraged him to take up photography seriously.
Oh picked up photographyon his own.
“I observed how people composed their pictures to improve my skill,” he said.
Aside from actively taking pictures, Oh from Penang was also actively involved in non-governmental organisations such as Penang Heritage Trust, Anak-Anak Kota and rts-Ed.
“The participation in such organisations had widened my perspective in photography,” he said.
Oh strongly believes in unpretentious act, which was the essence in documenting people in his photography to reflect the stories behind each of his subjects.
“I would never ask people to pose for pictures. Being natural is definitely the best expression,” he said.
Early this year, he won the first prize of a photography competition organised by Kwong Wah Yit Poh. His photographs have also appeared in the The Star’s Thumbnail column since 2006.
On his future goals, Oh, a final year journalism undergraduate, plans to be a photojournalist.
“I hope my experiences and awards would help me land a job when I graduate,” he said.

Thursday, 14 July 2011

QUOTE of the day

Human is such a determined creature. They will do anything they can do get what they want. But sometimes they do the wrong thing, use the wrong way.

Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Facebook: Good or Bad?

Social media like FaceBook is good dat it brings ppl 2geda frm all over da world. It closes the gap of human comm. But its scary and uncomfortable la wen a total stranger add u. I feel its nt a gud ting bcoz u nvr noe who dey r n their intention. Dey might misuse ur comments,photos n personal details. Dats y i nvr approve ppl dat i duno. So dun simply approve o add jz to show u r popular. My fren requests: 150 ppl.


Monday, 11 July 2011

Sunday, 10 July 2011

Pancutan Sperma Asid (Bersih 2.0)

I was there at the Bersih 2.0 rally. I witnessed many things that you don’t get to read in newspapers, see in television or hear in radio. If this is real democratic country, let us have freedom of writing. This sajak is my expression. Don’t tell me what to say and what not so say. 

Pancutan Sperma Asid

Aku di sana
Berdiri megah dengan isteri
Digantung di leher kecil
Dibalutnya dengan kondom ungu dan putih
Khuatir dicemari sperma berasid

Hati berdebar menanti cekupan
Kaki meggeletar
Bersedia cabut melintang-pukang

Kemudian kau mara
Datang bagaikan ombak
Mara umpama orang hilang akalnya
Gila meraung-raung diserang hysteria

Langkah mu gagah
Menongkah arus kebangkitan rakyat
Di lautan demokrasi
Benteng perpaduan ummah dicerobohi
Kau maki-maki puki
Meneranjang laki-laki
Orang tua, kanak-kanak dan wanita
Pun tidak kau lepasi

Jentera tsunami mu menyerang liar
Trak merah mengganas menghala mereka
Masuk menyelam dalam semangat kuning
Yang berjalan menghayun chota dan baton
Yang gila memukul membabi buta

Lalu tanah merdeka digempar
Siren berkumandang
Gas pemedih mata ditembak-tembak
Meriam air masuk gelanggang
Kau memancut tanpa segan silu
Sperma-sperma asid mu melekat di sini situ
Puas kau memancut
Hilang segala rasa gian

Sperma-sperma asid mu cukup beracun
Yang celik menjadi buta
Rasa cili membakar mata
Cili paling pedas ku pernah rasa
Orang-orang menjadi ayam
Lari berkeliaran
Keluar dari reban

Kau melangkah gagah
Menongkah arus kebangkitan rakyat
Di lautan demokrasi
Benteng perpaduan ummah dicerobohi
Kau maki-maki puki
Meneranjang laki-laki
Orang tua, kanak-kanak dan wanita
Pun tidak kau lepasi

Yang aman kau binasakan
Yang haram kau halalkan
Yang betul kau salahkan
Yang baik kau jahatkan
Yang putih kau hitamkan

Jahanam kau si iblis bermuka manusia
Makan minum atas duit orang Malaysia
Tapi kau berkawat di jalanan
Buat macam tanah ini kau punya

Kelakuan mu bagai orang gasar
Mengagungkan yang jahil dan korup
Memalukan bangsa dan negara

Kau memperkosa keamanan negara
Dicabuli kau kehormatan mereka

Yang berjalan muhibah di tiang hak manusia
Keselamatan mereka kau nodai
Badan mereka kau pijak

Kau memancut kau menembak
Sperma-sperma asid mu
Mencari-cari yang tidak berdosa
Kerana kau kotor
Kebersihan Bersih 2.0 menyilau mata mu

Si pancut yang batangnya tegar
Tegak memancut membabi buta
Air mani asid liar di udara
Merobek suara keramat gegak gempita

Puas kah anda
Melepas nafsu kebinatangan
Menikmati saat-saat pancutan

Melihat ku dan komrad-komrad lain
menanggung sakit derita
Gara-gara kerakusan kuasa mu
Sakit pedih gila lu tau kah

Nasib baik kami tidak mengandung
Dipancut dipercik disimbah sperma-sperma asid mu
Kalau pun benar
Pasti anaknya gugur

Terima kasih si pahlawan bangsat
Kau membuka mata Rakyat yang melihat
Warna sebenar kerajaan demokrat

Oh Chin Eng
Youth Ambassador of Amnesty International Malaysia
Saturday 10/7/2011

 *So, will i get arrested for this poem?

Friday, 8 July 2011

709: no yellow, no red, but white.

Dup dap dup dap dup dap dup dap..

This is what I feel at the moment. I am so nervous over the event tomorrow. I’m looking forward for it though. But I know the feeling is more than nervous. I am scared. I am scared until I am speechless and stomach pain.

What colour will people be wearing tomorrow? How will Kuala Lumpur looks like? A sea of yellow? Or a sea of red? We’ll see. But for me, I’ll just be wearing a white shirt. White represents cleanliness, purity and sincerity.

Earlier in the day, she asked me not to go. She asked why must I go. She said I can support from the heart.

Just now, my aunty called. She asked me to becareful. She reminded me so many times not to wear yelloh shirt. She said she knows that I will be going.

Then my grandmother called me. She said there are roadblocks everywhere. She wondered how in the world I got bus ticket back to KL.

Lastly, my mum. She also asked me not to wear anything yellow tomorrow.

Don’t worry I won’t. I’m wearing white. =p

I don’t know what will happen tomorrow. Some people say there will be riot. Some say the communication like will be down, no phone calls, sms, and internet. Some say there will be massive arrest in the city.

If anything were to happened to me, I won’t blame anyone. This is the path I chose, this is the decision I made.

Nothing is gona change if only a person do all the job. Last time, when I join SRC of UTAR Kampar, this is one of the messages I try to send out. If we are all united, we can breakthrough.

Forget me not. Remember me for the photos I took, for the stories I documented, and for the memories I captured. Remember me for my silliness and words too.

So if you are going to KL tomorrow, please be safe. Remember to fill petrol if you are driving. If you are stuck in the jam, roll down the window and chitchat with the drivers next to you. =p

I will make myself presence at the event tomorrow with my brothers and sisters. I’ll be there not as any political party supporter but as a Malaysians.

I just wana take pictures la. chill laaaa...

I am not gona do anything bad, illegal or commit crime.

I will be safe and take care of myself. For those who care about me, please pray for my safety and others too.

I will post my updates on Facebook.

May no one's gonna get hurt tomorrow.

Buddha, please bless me..

Peace Malaysia.

Monday, 4 July 2011

My stand

Everyone has a stand. Babies also will try to stand up after they fall. Even a pen has a stand. As a reporter, i have my stand too in my news. But my stand must always be a neutral stand. Sometimes, i have to stand with those people in power, too..

Sunday, 3 July 2011

Malaysia is like a book

Malaysia is like a thick long-winded book.

Outside, it’s just a hard cover, a surface that is plain in nature. But if you never open it, you’ll never know what’s inside. The stories about Malaysia lie inside the thick book. Read it sheet by sheet, you will discover that this nation has so much magnificent stories to share. You will realize that this land of diversity has so much to give.

There are love, care, unity, understanding, tolerance, acceptance, creativity, knowledge, and hope in every chapter of the book. The characters in the book are so special and unique in their own way. Blending with kuah and buah makes the Rakyat so rojak with the practice of different cultures, religions, and languages.

These are the colours that make the book continue to be written. Take your own sweet time to read it but I can tell you that you’ll never be able to do that. This is a priceless book that if you don’t take care of it, you’ll never get a reprint version or a new same book.

Good and bad, beauty and ugly, ups and downs, that’s what makes us stronger. And those stories must be safeguard. That’s the history that can’t be changed. That’s the stories we want to tell our children.

Remember and remember, this is a book that belongs to all of us. Whether it’s gona be hot-selling book or not, it will depend to us, the guardians of the country. It has started by our forefathers, now, it’s our time to continue pen the book and pass it to the generations to come. Let’s leave them a good future. Safeguard it like how you safeguard your belongings.

We may be different but we are all brothers and sisters.

You too, are a part of the stories in the book entitled ‘Malaysia’, as you are… Malaysians.

Awesome Sunday

What a lazy Sunday but it's a working day and now it's a rainy day but it's ok, today is gona be a awesome day. =p

Friday, 1 July 2011

QUOTE of the day

god morning.

Some people are perfectionists. But life is not perfect at all. It’s the imperfections that make our lives full with colours and alive.

good night.