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Saturday, 16 November 2013

full marathon again, PBIM 2013

Last year was the first time I ran full marathon and it was during the Penang Bridge International Marathon 2012, with a distance of 42.195km. It was a pain in the arse attempting to run that far without trainings at all! I couldn’t walk for days. I only managed to complete about 35km in the 7hrs qualifying time. But it was a great experience. All this while, I joined and completed 10km runs, then half marathon in 2011 until I koyak in full marathon last year.

About 5hrs from now, I’ll be standing at the starting point with tens of thousands runners in the same event and same category again. Crazy I know! I am stubborn but I am determined to finish the unaccomplished race. It’ll be an uphill task.

Yesterday I had diarrhea and nausea. Went to see doctor but stomach is still in pain.

How to even run later? Yes it crossed my mind to just pull out, use that lausai as an excuse. But damn! It’ll be so lame. Even a handicapped man ran last year! A sea of fear in me right now. Heart is thumping fast. I am so damn nervous right now.

I’ll wear a shoe later. I took my shoes in the middle of Penang Bridge while running back to the starting point. I’ve bought power gel and some chocolates too, to eat during the run. I get sleepy easily, lack of oxygen and sugar I guess. I'm not going to carry my DSLR and run later, as I did last year. 

I know I won’t be able to complete the run in 7hrs. But then it’s possible lah. I’ve made some calculation. If I can maintain running for at least 100.2meter in 1minute, I can finish the run on time. I’ve timed myself, I achieved 900meter in 5minute. But to continue running for 7hrs, dream on.

I believe mind conquers all. You can do it. Yes you can. Push yourselves to the limits. That’s how people emerged stronger. It’s all about your mind. Never give up! Many people will be skeptical and look down on you but it’s ok. You do it for yourselves.

My aim this year? To run. And to run further than my previous records during the stipulated time.

Run! I will run! Run until I can’t run anymore. This will be the race of the year, the one and only marathon I joined.

All the best to all runners. See ya! If you see me walking, ask me to run.

Go out early because it’ll be jam everywhere and many roads will be closed.

Since there’s still time, let’s take a nap and spend some precious time in the toilet. =p

Penang Bridge International Marathon, 17 November 2013. Full Marathon starts at 2am. 

Saturday, 5 October 2013

reciting a poem again! deklamasi sajak yo!

Oh when was my last post? Last year?


Later at 6pm, I'll be reciting a poem/mendeklamasi sajak as one of the performers for Local Democracy Festival Penang launch + busking event. It'll be at Esplanade, on the sidewalk between Medan Selera Renong and the War Memorial. I'll be reading a poem I wrote two years ago after the Bersih 2.0 rally, titled 'Pancutan Sperma Asid'. Hehehe. So damn nervous now. The last time I recited a poem was 8 yrs ago! And for human rights prog like this, Special Branch officers are everywhere. Fuh! Nvm this is the chance for me to express my creative writing. nyeh nyeh nyeh. So come and have fun! There'll be other performances and sales too. =p

Thursday, 20 June 2013

YOU are quoted

"Be generous and you will be prosperous."

~ Cheong Jing Wen.
~ 18 June 2013

Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Saturday, 4 May 2013

Tomorrow is the day – GE13

Tomorrow is the day – GE13

I can choose to be quiet but there are things that I fear if I don’t say it, I will live in regret for the rest of my life.

It hurts me so much knowing that so many dirty tactics happening in Penang, my beloved state. This could be the dirtiest elections ever with so many cash handouts, lucky draws, free food, free-flow beer and outdoor entertainment.

Dear relatives, unimates, classmates, coursemates, enemies, childhood friends, friends from near and far, tomorrow is the day where the rakyat will go out to cast their votes in this 13th General Election.

Those of you who can vote, do it. Come out early.

Some people are too young to vote, but you can. You’ve lived at least 21 years in Malaysia’s soil. You know what have been happening. You know who’s doing well and who’s not. You know if media is censored. You know many things from the internet, although some are just plain rumours and fake. But you know that there’s really something shitty happeining to your country. You’ve seen, heard and experienced all of it yourselves from education, human rights, police treatment and so on. Are you going to be a bystander and take a so-called neutral stand? Stop this bullshit!

Feel helpless no more!! You can make a change! The power is in your hand now. You can change all these nonsense!

I don’t give a damn shit who you are voting tomorrow. But come out and vote! Each vote counts. Vote for the candidate and party which you think can bring harmony, peace and wealth to the rakyat and country.

If you are happy with the present system, vote them. If you feel there must be a change, so that life would be better, vote them! Nothing’s wrong to vote for new persons and parties in while you kick the badass out.

Voting is a privilege. And to vote for anyone or any party you prefer is your rights. No one can stop you from doing so.

The most awaited moment is just hours away. So do your part, will yea? Let’s make a difference. This is the time for you, Malaysians, do something for Malaysia, your country.

Let’s make tomorrow a day to be remembered.

No matter who wins, let it be peace and harmony. Don’t create troubles. Handle it with rationality and maturity. The elections results will determine our future.

As a first time voter, I am so excited and nervous. I wonder how it’s like to step into the polling station, getting the ballot papers and put an ‘X’ on it. Hahahahaaa. 

Malaysia milik kita. Milik kita semua, bukan puak puak yg kaya, extreme atau racist. 

Friday, 26 April 2013

Interesting night in Kepala Batas

Today is Thursday, 25 april 2013.

Which means it’s the sixth day of campaigning for this 13th General Election.

It has been six days I’m staying in Kepala Batas, covering this whole parliament and the three state seats under it: Penaga, Bertam and Pinang Tunggal.

In this six days, my moustache has grown longer. My finger nails also long long already.

Kepala Batas is a slow place. Really. Nothing much at night. No entertainment, no traffic jam, not much of police presence. Paddy fields every where. Chinese and Indian eatery place are so less that you can count by hand. A lot of mamak restaurants and Thai style makan place. Original and authentic Malay food also none, as far as I know.

It’s damn hot here. But for three consecutive nights since Tuesday, it has been raining cats and dogs.

Anyway, tonight is an interesting night.

I just finished work at 1.30am.

Staying in a small town is not a bad thing. People here are really friendly and they watch each other’s back. You can feel the real human touch.

Went to interview some local political figure and he treated us aromatic Chinese tea.

For the first time, I visited a wake of a Chinese funeral in the midnight, plus, joined by an election candidate, plus, with a group of Muslims.


Funny thing is, before I enter my motel, my pixman and I washed our face and hands. For Chinese, it’s a must-do tradition after we attended a wake. But I didn’t know it’s the same for a Malay (or maybe Muslim?).

Then the air-con in our room is missing, under repair. Now we have to use a stand fan, a fan with no angin.

Both are half-naked and yet sweating.

I feel hot tonight. 

I can’t wait to go back to Penang (island). I miss my parents, my siblings and my girlfriend. =p

*it’s actually Friday already because it has passed 12am.*

Thursday, 18 April 2013

3days thoughts

3days thoughts, not in order:

I can’t remember when was the last time I blog.

But I know it has been ages. Months. Too long. I stop blogging actively ever since I started working. Blogging for me is too personal. Blogging is a personal expression. And I don’t want the readers or public to link it with the company im working with. And I don’t want to be allegedly being a supporter to any political parties. And I’ll hate it if people accuse or label me as a bad employee from my postings.

Anyway today I have some thoughts to share.

1.       It has been a tiring week. So much things to settle, bt in a same amount of time. it feels like thr’s less than 24hrs a day.
2.       Preparing to leave the island. Will b away for mor than half a month in a land far away called Kepala Batas, alone. It’ll b interesting n challenging!
3.       Cant wait for a loooooong break.
4.       Dis is an important announcement dat my green scooter is goin to leave me. If u sat on the bike b4, say byebye. It has been loyal to me for yrs, bringing me around Penang n Perak, rain or shine. U stil hv time to take pics with it until tmr morn.
5.       Wen its smtg dey dun like, dey scold, ask y nvr consult dem. Wen we consult, scold again, ask y nid to spoonfeed us. Hahaha. This is part and parcel of a working life.
6.       If made mistakes, dun cplain wen u r corrected.
7.       To my colleagues who have been kind, helpful, n resourceful tq so much. I appreciate gud ppl n those who smile wil leave a mark in my heart.
8.       Count ur blessings than ur sorrow.
9.       Wil thr b a change of gov? if yes, wat will hppen?
10.   anyway wana meet up? I m free until Fri nite.
11.   Photos for display r up.

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Madu Dan Racun - Bill & Brod

Engkau yang cantik
Engkau yang manis
Engkau yang manja
Selalu tersipu, rawan sikapmu
Di balik kemelutmu

Di remang kabutmu
Di tabir mega-megamu
Kumelihat dua tangan
Dibalik punggungmu

Madu di tangan kananmu
Racun di tangan kirimu
Aku tak tahu
Mana yang akan kau berikan padaku
Aku tak tahu
Mana yang akan kau berikan padaku 

Remember this song? Sounds familiar? It's a song from Indonesia actually but i duno why it was so popular among the Chinese community when i was a kid. I grown up listening and humming this song. I remember listening to it at that time and I still know the lyrics today. There's even a Hokkien version of this song. But I duno la the original version is which one. =p

Monday, 18 February 2013

QUOTE of the day

If you don't work hard to help yourself to excel, advance and develop, 
you will go nowhere even if you have a lot of people by your side to offer help and support. 
So yeah, you can happily stay inside your tempurung kelapa as we have nothing to lose.

Saturday, 9 February 2013

List of main Chinese New Year (CNY) open houses and events in Penang

Feb 9 (CNY eve)
9pm to midnight: My Astro Ulala CNY Countdown (in front of the City Hall, Esplanade)

Feb 10 (CNY first day)
10.30am to 1pm: Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng CNY open house (Penang International Sports Arena)

Feb 11 (CNY second day)
9.30am to 1pm: Penang Barisan Nasional CNY open house (Han Chiang High School field)

Feb 11 (CNY second day)
9am to 11.30am: Penang Chinese Town Hall CNY open house (Penang Chinese Town Hall, Jalan Mesjid Kapitan Keling)

Feb 12 (CNY third day)
11am to 1pm: Penang DAP CNY open house (Penang Times Square, Jalan Datuk Keramat)

Feb 14 (CNY fifth day)
6.30pm to 10.30pm: Penang state government CNY open house (SJKC Keng Koon, Bukit Tambun)

Feb 15 (CNY sixth day)
4pm to midnight: Ban Ka Lan Snake Festival (Snake Temple, Bayan Lepas)

Feb 16 (CNY seventh day)
3pm to midnight: Penang CNY Cultural and Heritage Celebration (Armenian Street and its vicinity)

Feb 17 (CNY eight day)
9pm to midnight: Thni Kong Seh/Jade Emperor God’s birthday (Chew Jetty, Weld Quay and Thni Kong Tnua temple at Hill Railway Road, Ayer Itam)

Feb 23 (CNY 14th day)
7pm to 11pm: Penang Chinese Town Hall Chap Goh Meh celebration (Penang Chinese Town Hall, Jalan Mesjid Kapitan Keling)

Feb 24 (CNY 15th day/last day)
6pm to 11pm: Penang state government Chap Goh Meh open house (Esplanade)

Feb 24 (CNY 15th day/last day)
11am to 1.30pm: Penang PPP CNY open house (YMCA building, Jalan Macalister)

Thursday, 7 February 2013

Kenapa manusia malas?

Manusia jadi malas apabila mereka tahu mereka boleh bergantung kepada orang lain dan senang mendapat bantuan tanpa berusaha keras sendiri. 

Kebanyakan orang dulu, belajar sendiri. Keluarga takde duit, mana boleh p tuisyen. Nak berjaya kalau, usaha kuat sikit, jatuh bangun sendiri. Mak bapak sibuk kerja, nak cari duit, takde banyak time nak manja dengan anak. Tapi kalau tak kerja, mana ada duit, mana boleh beli nasi, nak beli buku, permainan, elecktrik dan air? Kenalah orang mcm kita bangun pagi otomatik, siap pakai baju minum Milo, jalan kaki pukul 6.30am p naik bas awam p sekolah. Budak sekarang, bertuah sangat, nak ini, ada ini, nak itu, ada itu. Nak answers, abang kakak bagitau. Hali hali duk FB, duk smartfon, duk TV!

Ini malam gua panas, mau letop sikit yooo!

Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Publicity stunt over the search of William Yau?

Very the funny and ironic! So many child have gone missing. So much crime victims have died. But suddenly one political party came out like it cares the most, launched campaign to look for the missing 6-year-old William Yau Zhen Zhong.

Why har? Why only now? Why at this time when General Election is about a month away? Why William? 

And I thought political parties now claimed they are across racial lines but isn't William a Chinese? Why I don't remember you asking your party members to look for other non-Chinese missing child? 

Am I being paranoid? OK maybe William's chubbiness caught your heart. You analyse yourselves lah. What I hope is this is not just a publicity stunt. I hope those appeared on the newspaper giving out flyers etc were not hypocrite and merely putting up a show. 

If you are sincere, launch a campaign to get back Satiskumar Tamilvanan, 5, and M. Jethendran, 16, too. What if one day, it's your kids who are kidnapped or gone missing? 

I do agree with some people that we should leave William's family alone, for now.. 
Put journalism business aside, this is about being humane and understanding. 

I apologise if my thoughts caused uneasiness to some quarters. 

Monday, 21 January 2013

Muay Thai tournament

The first Muay Thai tournament held in Penang, took place at Han Chiang Stadium on Sunday Jan 20, 2013.

Sunday, 20 January 2013

QUOTE of the day

Stay positive. 
Take the risks. 
Be aggressive. 
Grab everything. 
Sorry and regrets out of the list.

Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Public bus and kiasu parents

My blog has been so super quiet for some time. Seriously I have lesser time to sit and write on my thoughts here. It can be tiring to write again after work, as researching, interviewing and writing are the things I do everyday. Since it’s an off day, let’s fill something in my blog. =p

It’s a lovely sight to see school kids converging the public bus stops again. If you are not aware, the schools have re-opened today. The public busses are packed with the students who either go to schools or to go back home. School busses are back on the streets too. 

I was one of them who used public transport to school. I remember waking up 6.30am the latest, then walked along the quiet long street just next to the graveyard to the nearest bus stop. Hahaha. Those were the days. 

My thought about this is these kids are independent. They do not have to count on their parents to send or pick them up from schools. Or maybe their parents do not have the time to do so. Most of these kids (if not all) are from the middle and lower income families. These type of families where got so much time to do the sending and picking up job? Time is spent with work to make ends meet. And these are not the kiasu parents I would say. Are the more than average families over protective? Or are they have no confidence in their kids and the public transport? Or is it because you know, they are scared to let their kids out on the street?  Scared their kids will be sweating over to the hot weather, got kidnapped or robbed, dirtied and so on? These kiasu kiasi parents are the main cause of the traffic congestion in the morning, afternoon and evening. Hey parents, education and social awareness start from you. And please don’t farking block the entire road just to send or fetch your price/princess. You cannot die if you park your car somewhere or park your car nicely in front of the school. Damn it! 

Perhaps this is a way to show their love to their kids, by sending and picking them up from the schools. Hmmm...

My sister enters secondary school today. It’s her first day in Form One and first time wearing the sky blue pinafore. She’s studying in Penang Chinese Girls' High School (PCGHS). As a brother and as someone who has endured hardship and challenges, I just want the best for her. She’s grown up so much. She starts to rebel and fight back. But I’m happy that she knows about what’s going on with the country. I hope one day she can render her service to the nation. 

Thursday, 29 November 2012

life companion

When it comes to a point in life, you'll have a strong feeling that the person you are dating now will be your companion of life. And when you've realised that, don't you ever let that person slip away. That special ones will be there during your ups and downs, sweet and sour moments, all the time. This is love. 

Friday, 23 November 2012

Full Marathon? I MADE IT!

I am not showing off. But I want the world and those who feel like giving up to know that hey, I never train before and hey it’s my first time running Full Marathon. But hey although knowing and expecting that I might faint on the bridge, I did not quit even before the race day. I ran, I jogged, I walked, I sat, I squat, I laid on the bridge, I was barefooted, I kneeled down in pain and I did whatever shit I can to complete the race. Not for a second I stop and give up on myself. Until the very last second of qualifying time of 7-hour, I was still waking until the sweeper bus asked us to get in. And I stopped the bus at the last 1km. Then slowly in great pain, I walked to the the finishing line. I made it. I failed to complete 42.195km but I did 34km++. If you don’t believe in yourselves, no one else would. It’s all about your mind and heart. For those who give up even before you give anything a try, you are going no where. MARK MY WORDS!

*Allianz Penang Bridge International Marathon 2012*

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Home: criminals producer

Keluargalah kilang yang melahirkan segala penjenayah dan sampah masyarakat di dunia.

Home, is the factory where criminals and society parasites are produced. 

Think about it. 

Thursday, 1 November 2012

A notice to Facebook-ers

Hi Facebookers all around the world, don't fucking add people who don't know you. And don't bitchly add people if you put up some fake names as if we know you. Save your time from adding new friends if you put your name with the name of fruits, cartoon characters, colours, celebrities, politicians, animals etc. FYI, it's so not glamour and kanasai. Pathetic and sickening. Don't send request too if you don't use your real face as the profile photo, put some celebrities photos as if in real life u r so handsome and pretty like them, and don't allow people to view your profile photos. FB can make you go popular but if you are ashamed of your face and body awarded from God to u n u r embarrassed of the name given by your parents, stay away from me. Go ciaksai if you can. Can you see the small stones over there? Yea just go play far far. thank you. 

Saturday, 27 October 2012

when i die

When I die, I want to die with a lots of good memories and rich life experiences.

I don't need a lot of money, materials or luxuries. I can't bring it down to hell or up to heaven. It's all useless. I don't need all that. So mahuan to be rich. Later you don't know who should inherit it. Donate it to the needy? Of course I will. But I have been doing it every now and then. I do charity when it's possible. I don't have to be rich by the time I'm old and donate it when I die. 

My principle is simple. Live simple live happy. Simplicity is happiness.

I enjoy my life and it's never dull. Everyday something new is happening. I learn new things everyday. 

My life is a beautiful journey because I know where to go, what route to take and what I want. 

It's not how long I live, but how rich my life is. 

QUOTE of the day

Treat others as you would like to be treated. If not stop talking about love, respect or trust.

Friday, 26 October 2012

Change? What change??

Change? What change?

It’s very ironic when people say they want to change or they have changed.

If you really want to change yourselves, you don’t have to tell the world, you can just whisper confidently to yourselves and do it.

It happens all the time when the people who confidently or maybe unconsciously say they want to change, ended up remain the same, some worse.

And how do you know you have changed? Simply telling people that you’ve changed will not prove that you’ve changed.

A change in you does not shown by what you said but through your actions. If you are a changed person, people can notice it without you saying it.

Only an attention-seeker with low self-esteem will keep on telling people every now and day, almost every time that he/she has changed.

What is funny and questionable here is hey how many times have you changed. In a week, you said you have changed for few times. So which is true? What mask are you wearing now? You changed from A to B to B to C to Z to D to K to T to X or what? What’s your formula, boy? Mind to share?

‘Change’ is a very important, heavy and full of responsibility’s word. You don’t simply use it unless you have done it.

Most of us want to change from bad to good but only those with strong heart and mind, dedication, perseverance and sincerity prevail.

A change takes time. There’ll never be a change if there’s no first step.

I guess you have to change the way you are now before you go out and tell anyone that you want to change or you have changed.

Sometimes, action speaks louder than words.

The biggest enemy in your life is none other than you, yourselves, not anything or anyone else.

A change is only a change when it has happened. If not, at all time, it is just a mere slogan.

Or a plain rubbish!

*siapa makan cili dia rasa cabai.*

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

kata-kata hikmat

Sesal dahulu pendapatam. sesal kemudian apa pun tak dapat.

Monday, 22 October 2012

the gone landmark of Kampar

Photo taken on 21/10/2012 at 5.33pm.

This is the 'after' photo of the fire in Kampar. You can see the difference in the 'before' photo at the post below or here

Glad to be back to Kampar and capture this. 

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Heritage row in Kampar burnt down

This photo was taken on 18/1/2011

To those Kamparians and UTARians, I’m sure you know where this place is. I just want to let you all know that this row of shops/houses in Old Town, Kampar has destroyed due to the fire that broke out on Monday morning/Sunday midnight.

My heart crashed into pieces when I heard the news. I have fond memories of that place. This is the oldest row of wooden shops/houses that is still around in Kampar. It’s older than the pre-war houses at the surroundings. It’s a historical place. The tin miners used to stay here too.

Do you know that the film “Kinta”, if you jeard of it, was filmed here?

I’m still sad with the loss. I just love that place because of the feel. I have lots of good memories in Kampar and that row of shops/houses. I remember there were bicycle shops, kopitiams, grocery shops, a fresh vegetarian shop and some residences.

The structures are testament of older generation that still living in the developing Kampar. Every morning you’ll see market goers and senior citizens dropping by this place, have a sip of coffee, hang out and chit chats with their friends.  

I haven’t captured and documented the shops in details. I guess I don’t have the chance anymore now.

But at least I had conversations with the people living or making business in the units. And I have the senior citizens’ photos are in my Ah Kong Ah Ma album too. =p

If my memory does not disappoint me, there was a talk in year 2010 that the row of shops/houses and other rows of houses at the back will be taken back by the land owner for development puposes. The other rows have been demolished in 2011. But I’m not sure why this particular row remained until today.

I’m humbly glad that I’ve captured this place in panorama. At least we know how it used to looks like before.

The structures may be gone, but the stories, souls and spirits live on.

When I’m back to Kampar this Saturday, I’ll go there and have my last documentation of it. 

This is one of the photo I took at that place.

Monday, 15 October 2012


Prokastinasi satu sikap langsung tak terpuji. Nanti benda jadi basi. Hati pun sedih marah dan mati. Jangan buat sendiri rugi. Sudah terlambat kalau menangis tak henti-henti. Ubahlah sebelum ia memakan diri. Kalau peluang sudah terlepas, ia takkan kembali. Menyesal tak berguna lagi. Ini hari satu ekspresi. Kalau tak suka, boleh blahhh dari sini. Kalau suka, like la banyak kali. hehehe. =p

Saturday, 22 September 2012

QUOTE of the day

So many things to do in so little time a day. But if you don’t start doing anything now, you’ll end up not completing a single thing. 

Don't Worry Be Happy - Bob Marley

Thursday, 20 September 2012

Ah Kong and Ah Heng

*same kind of smile but different in number of teeth* 

Have you ever heard that we are just a temporary resident of the earth? Wait is there such saying or it's from my own?

What I'm trying to say is people will eventually get old, get sick and they sick. Some they died due to accident, disaster or poverty. 

This is my paternal grandfather. Paternal grandmother has just passes away few weeks ago. I wonder how many more years my Ah Kong will be around.

I've always wanted to follow both of them back to our root, our home village in China but I didn't. No it wasn't my fault. I wasn't procrastinate.

But I'm still sad that I didn't fight for the chance to join their trip. I missed it twice. Now Ah Kong is alone. I don't think he wants to visit the place he came from anymore, since Ah Ma is not around. 

Malaysia has already became her country so many decades ago. 

I hope and always pray that my grandparents, both from my mother and father side will always be healthy and live long, as long as I'm alive..

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Hallelujah - Nicolle Nelson, The Voice

this must be the best Hallelujah's song I've ever heard. She's too awesome!! goosebumps! 

Friday, 14 September 2012

QUOTE of the day

We can't help everyone everywhere but we can somehow help someone somewhere and that's what we all should do. 

Thursday, 13 September 2012

thought of the day

People will always say something that hurt you and to bring you down but that's ok. No matter what they say, just do what you have to do and do it well with all your best. Do your job well and be a a good person. 

Friday, 7 September 2012

amma has passed away

Dear all, my paternal grandmother (in town) has passed away peacefully yesterday at about 6pm due to old age. The wake is being held at Block 358, Macallum Street (opposite Nine Emporer God Temple) until next Monday 9/9/2012.  Funeral is scheduled at 2pm on Monday. If you wish to pay your last respects, sms me in advance so that I can entertain you with ‘thordao’ and ‘charbihun’. Bring some pakao la if u r coming. Thank you all for your condolences. =p

Friday, 31 August 2012

life is a circle

Life is a circle. When we were small, our parents or guardians and our grandparents took care of us. Now when they are old and incapable or taking care of themselves, it’s our turn to do the same thing on them. There are certain things that you can’t run away. It’s a responsibility we have to bear.Same goes to death, it’s unavoidable.

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

have a bad feeling?

If you have a feeling that something bad is going to happen, it’s ok, let it be because sometimes there’s nothing much you can do. Just pray hard that it wont’ be that bad. And next time, avoid it from happening again. 

*well im feeling so nervous right now. Finger crossed that I won’t be hentam by YB tomorrow.*

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

toothless smile

You see, a smile is priceless but it’s cheap. It may be just a small action, but it has a great impact.

She was so shy when I took his photograph. Why not when she has lost all her teeths? But hahah, eventually she laughed at me. And the moment she carved her smile, it melted my heart.

*18/8/2012 3.33pm Macalister Road, Penang*

merdeka no feel

Apabila si pemimpin asyik sibuk nak berpolitik dan berpilihan raya, maka tiadalah rasanya patriotik dalam bulan kemerdekaan tahun ini, lesu rasanya..

Tak rasa pun dah merdeka dah..

Sunday, 19 August 2012

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri / Eid al-Fitr

Kepada kawan yang jauh dan dekat, meskipun lama tak bersua, lama tak menegur sapa tapi hati ini mash utuh teringatkan anda. Yang jauh kita dekatkan, yang dekat kita rapatkan, yang rapat kita satukan. Semoga Raya tahun ini lebih berkat dari tahun-tahun sebelumnya. Sedang kita bersukaria, jangan lupa juga pada yang papa kedana. Terima saudara lain dengan hati terbuka walaupun kita tidak sebahasa, sebangsa dan seagama. Sesungguhnya kita ini makhluk ciptaan Tuhan juga. Bermaaf-maafan dan hormat-menghormati. Pengemis, penjaja mahupun buruh asing ingin merasai suasan Raya juga. Sedekahkanlah seteguk doa buat yang telah pergi, yang masih di sisi dan yang susah dalam hidup ini. Hari Raya ini mungkin hari gembiran buat anda tapi ia membawa kesedihan kepada orang lain juga. Tanpa melengahkan masa, Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri, maaf atas ke bawah, dalam dan luar. Best wishes and Eid al-Fitr to my Muslim friends. =p

*Jemputlah I ke rumah. I off Raya Kedua. Hehehe. =p*

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Night scene in Penang

Night scene in Penang: Not satisfied with your house? There are people out there sleeping without a roof, a bed, a pillow, a blanket and a proper shelter. Everyone wishes to have something better than what they already have but we must also appreciate what we have in present and lend our hands to those who need it. 

*photo taken at 1.48am 15/8/2012 at Gurney Drive*

PERIBAHASA of the day

Jauh perjalanan, luas pandangan, lagi banyak perbelanjaan. =)