Monday, August 31, 2009

Malaysia Independence Day

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Coat of arm of malaysia

Today marked our 52 years anniversaries of Malaysia Independence. After more than 50 years, Malaysia has emerges from the developing to a newly Industrialized Country. With the spirits of ‘Malaysia Boleh’, we can achieve anything. The theme for this year Independence Day is;

1 malaysia

1 Malaysia, Rakyat didahulukan, pencapaian diutamakan

After 52 years, we should realize that our country currently in the transaction phase from the first to the second generation, starting with our new Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak who is also the son to the 2nd Prime Minister of Malaysia. The second generation is the generation of Malaysia who born in a time of our country receives its independence and face the hardship during the era at that time. In other word, the writer of this blog can be refers as the third generation of Malaysia.


The new generation of the Malaysia actually has various things that we did not know of our fore-fathers, especially their hardship. Thus, we should actually respect their point of view and learn from their priceless life-experience in order to build our own. Someday, this country eventually entrusted to us.

“A new generation will surpass the previous one”

The celebration for this year is also special in its own way, the first time to be held at the vicinity of Malaysia Parliament. It is also the 50th anniversary of our Parliament (formed in 1959). Plus, to respect the month of Ramadhan and the threat of H1N1 pandemic, the celebration is done as simple as possible.


In this special day, the video also will be special, The 1 Malaysia songs from our local artiste. The 1 Malaysia theme makes me remember the Lion King: Simba’s Pride song of “We are one” from Walt Disney.

Satu Malaysia - AMP All Stars

Walt Disney - We are one

Sunday, August 23, 2009

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Flag of Malaysia

Coat of arm of malaysia

According to the constitution of Malaysia, we adapt the parliamentary democracy in closed system with the Westminster system. And also, Malaysia is a multiparty system during the election. Meaning, there is no limit on how many party can contest in either parliamentary seat or state assembly seat. However, the scenario in Malaysia nowadays is moving into a 2-system party. Due to the fact that, most party has aligned themselves into one entity to coop with the harsh atmosphere of Malaysia politics.

“No political party can survive alone in Malaysia”


Commonly refers as National Front in English, it is the major political alliance in Malaysia and a successor to the Alliance Party. It is also has formed a government in Malaysia since 1955 undisturbed yet. Usually gain more that 2/3 majority in the parliament and only failed to gain it twice, in 1969 and 2008 General Election. The BN ideology are Economic Conservatism, Social conservatism, Right Wing and Moralist.

It is consist of 13 political parties, each party are racial based party accept for Gerakan. The current leader is Prime Minister Najib.



Commonly refers as People’s Pact, it is the successor to the Barisan Alternatif (1999-2008). It is also the most successful opposition alliance yet. In 2008 General Election, it is able to denied Barisan Nasional 2/3 Majority in the Parliament and formed a government in 5 states. The ideology of PR are Social justice, Progressive, Social democracy and Public welfare.

It is a loose coalition of 3 parties PKR, DAP and PAS. The current leader is Anwar Ibrahim.



Perdana Putra
Grand Price to whoever formed a government in Malaysia, Perdana Putra

I will do this in an easy way, cast your vote based on candidates and not based on Political Parties. Remember, in Parliamentary Democracy, you are casting your vote for the candidate and not for political parties as there are possibilities of ‘defecting’ MP, and this can prove to be fatal. Still remember the Perak Crisis right?

So, vote wisely Malaysian

Friday, August 21, 2009

1 Ramadhan

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The Ramadhan eve's finally here. Tonight, is the night of 1 Ramadhan. In this month, Muslims around the world will start to fast. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam. Thus, all Muslims are required to fasting for the whole month.

It is not just for fasting of food and water. It is also a fasting of mentally and emotionally where each of the Muslims must take care with full responsibilities their five sights to not doing anything that forbids by Islam. It is also encourage that they must try to be patience all day long as the month were not about fasting, but practice to adapt good moral value as well.

The Tarawikh solat were an example of optional prayer that only has in this time of the year. It is encourage for all Muslims. And, we should also try to perform the qiyamullail as well. It is a waste we only get up early only to eat sahur is it?

Lastly, Happy Ramadhan and happy fasting...

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Symbol of Constitutions

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Today architectural sections will cover among the historical place in Malaysia. Lets us view the symbol of our constitution, the judicial, the legislative and the executive branch of Malaysia.

Let's go check it out.


Malaysia House of Parliament

The Malaysian Houses of Parliament is a building complex where the Malaysian Parliament assembles. The structure is located at the Perdana Lake Garden in Kuala Lumpur, right next to the Malaysian national monument, the Tugu Negara.

The complex comprises two parts, a 3-storey main building and a 17-storey tower. The main building hosts the Dewan Rakyat and the Dewan Negara while representatives' offices are located in the tower.

Dewan Rakyat
Dewan Rakyat Interior

Dewan Negara
Dewan Negara Interior

Tunku Abdul Rahman, the first Malayan Prime Minister, suggested the construction of the Houses of Parliament in December 1959. Construction commenced in September 1962, and the opening of the new Parliament building was officiated by Tuanku Syed Putra ibni Almarhum Syed Hassan Jamalullail, the third Yang di-Pertuan Agong, on November 21, 1963. The construction of the building cost RM18 million. The Tunku Abdul Rahman's statue was erected near the parliament square.

The current speaker for the Dewan Rakyat is Pandikar Amin Mulia (since 28 April 2008), while the President of the Dewan Negara is Wong Foon Meng (since 7 July 2009).


Palace of Justice

The Palace of Justice houses the Malaysian Court of Appeal and Federal Court, which moved to Putrajaya from the Sultan Abdul Samad Building in Kuala Lumpur in the early 2000s. The Palace of Justice's design incorporates influences of Islamic culture like Taj Mahal in India, Moorish culture, like the Sultan Abdul Samad Building in Kuala Lumpur and Western culture, like Palladian.

There is a large central atrium around which the various rooms are arranged.
The Library is located on the Ground floor, with the hearing rooms of both the Federal and Appeal Courts located on the first floor. The Registries and offices of the Appeal and Federal Courts are on the second and third floors respectively, with the chambers of the Appeal and Federal Court Judges on the fourth and fifth floor.

The current Chief of Justice is Zaki Tun Azmi (2008 - present)


Perdana Putra

The Perdana Putra is a building complex in Putrajaya which houses the Malaysian Prime Minister office complex. Located on the main hill in Putrajaya, it has become synonym with the Malaysian executive arm.Construction began in 1997 and was completed in early 1999. The building was first occupied in April 1999 after all sections of the Prime Minister Department moved from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya.

The structural design is influenced by Malay, Islamic and European cultures as such Palladian and Neoclassicism. It was designed by aQidea Architect (Ahmad Rozi Abd Wahab being the principal architect) with an inspiration from the former prime minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad. These are among the main rooms and halls in the interior layout of Perdana Putra.
Prime Minister's office, Deputy Prime Minister office, Delegation room and etc.

Perdana Putra can also be consider as the ultimate price for whoever form a government in Malaysia. The current Prime Minister is Dato Seri Mohd Najib.

Saturday, August 15, 2009

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Asri Rabbani (1969 - 2009)

Mohd Asri Rabbani, 40, the main vocalist of Rabbani passed away at 11.45 am yesterday after unconscious at the P.Ramlee Auditorium, Angkasapuri. He and his team supposedly singing the theme song for the launch program of Syahadah season five for RTM. He died due to heart attack after been sent to Hospital Pantai, Bangsar.

He is put to rest at Muslim Cemetery Seksyen 21, Shah Alam, Selangor. The late Asri left his wife Haliza Shahadan, 38, and six children, Mohd. Nasimudin, 15; Mohd. Fathi, 14; Nur Afikah, 12; Mohd. Ilham, 10; Sufiyah Munawarh, 6 and Hamdi Rabbani, 4.

Asri is born in 3 August 1969 at Klang, Selangor and started his career with Rabbani since 1 March 1997. Before Rabbani, the team is known as Nada Murni.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Perlis Royal Family

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Today royal segment will cover about Perlis Royal Family. Perlis is also the smallest state in Malaysia that has its own monarch. The ruler of Perlis is styled as HRH Raja of Perlis.

Raja of perlis

The current Raja of Perlis is HRH Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin ibni Al-marhum Tuanku Syed Putra Jamalullail. He is the 12th ruler of Perlis. His reign started since 2000.

Raja Perempuan of Perlis

The consort to the Ruler of Perlis is styled as HRH Raja Perempuan of Perlis. The current holder is HRH Tuanku Fauziah binti Tengku Abdul Rashid.


The State of Perlis (Negeri Perlis Indera Kayangan) has its origins during the period of Thai rule over the northern Malay states. The Thais followed a classic "divide and rule policy", no doubt in full conformity with the traditional Asian values of which we have heard so much. They divided the states into smaller units under, frequently headed by rival members of the ruling houses. Perlis, a region within Kedah, became a separate polity under the former Sultan Zia ud-din Mukarram Shah II, after he abdicated in 1803.

Sultan Zia's daughter married a Syed of Arabic descent, named Abu Bakar Harun Jamal' ul-Lail. The latter had been Penghulu, or subordinate chief, of Arau since 1797. His son and successor, Syed Husain received promotion to Raja of Perlis Indera Kayangan in 1843, after helping the Thais to suppress a revolt by the Raja of Ligor, one of the micro states into which Patani had been divided. Syed Husain's successors ruled peacefully for the rest of the century, sending the occasional tributes of gold or silver flowers to the Siamese overlord in Bangkok.

By the terms of the 1909 Anglo-Siamese Treaty, Perlis, along with three other Malay states under nominal Siamese control, also became a British Protectorate. Formal sovereignty being transferred in 1911, when Perlis became one of the unfederated Malay states. Located near the southern Thai border, Perlis was one of the first areas to be attacked by Japanese and Thai forces in 1941. Japanese occupation resulted in the rightful Heir Apparent being set aside when the reigning Raja died in early 1943. This was followed by a return to Thai sovereignty on 20th August 1943. The state was returned to British rule after the Japanese defeat on 8th September 1945. Their nominee as Raja was removed nine days later.



Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin married with Tengku Fauziah and their marriage is blessed with a son and a daughter.
  1. Syed Faizuddin Putra (1967)
  2. Sharifa Fazira (1973)

*Syed Faizuddin married with Lailatul Shahreen binti Dato' Hj Khalil Akashah and their married is blessed with 2 daughters and a son.
Sharifa Khatreena Nuraniah (1995), Sharifa Farah Adriana (2001), Syed Sirajuddin Areeb Putra Jamalullail (2009)


Officials palace for the Raja of Perlis is Istana Arau (Arau Palace), Perlis. The officials residence of the Raja of Perlis is located at Istana Kenangan Indah, Repoh, Perlis.




Male primogeniture amongst the descendants of the founder of the dynasty, Tuan Syed Abu Bakar Harun JamalulLail. The Raja, and his successor, must be adherents of the Islamic faith.

**Line of successions.
  1. Syed Faizuddin Putra ibni Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Jamalullail, Tuanku Raja Muda
  2. Syed Sirajuddin Areeb Putra Jamalullail bin Syed Faizuddin Putra
  3. Syed Badaruddin ibni al-marhum Tuanku Syed Putra Jamalullail, Tuanku Sharif Bendahara
  4. Syed Mashafuddin bin Syed Badaruddin JamalulLail.
  5. Syed Amir Zainal Abidin ibni al-Marhum Tuanku Syed Putra JamalulLail, Tuanku Sharif Temenggong
  6. Syed Budriz Putra bin Syed Amir Zainal Abidin JamalulLail
  7. Syed Aqil Harryth bin Syed Budriz Putra JamalulLail
  8. Syed Razlan ibni al-Marhum Tuanku Syed Putra JamalulLail, Tengku Laksamana
  9. Syed Muhammad Hazrain bin Syed Razlan JamalulLail
  10. Syed Hazriq bin Syed Muhammad Hazrain JamalulLail
  11. Syed Muhammad Hafiz bin Syed Razlan JamalulLail
  12. Syed Zainal Anwar ibni al-Marhum Tuanku Syed Putra JamalulLail, Tengku Panglima
  13. Syed Haizam bin Syed Zainal Anwar JamalulLail
  14. Syed Jufri Zia ud-din bin Syed Zainal Anwar Jamal ul-Lail
  15. Dato' Sri Syed Zainal Rashid ibni al-Marhum Tuanku Syed Putra JamalulLail
  16. Syed Fariz Naqiuddin bin Syed Azni JamalulLail.
  17. Syed Haniff bin Syed Azni Jamal ulLail
  18. Syed Badlishah ibni al-Marhum Tuanku Syed Putra Jamal ul-Lail.
  19. Syed Fezriq bin Syed Badlishah Jamal ul-Lail
  20. Syed Felsharn bin Syed Badlishah Jamal ul-Lail
  21. Syed Fernarsh binSyed Badlishah Jamal ul-Lail

**subject to changes


Some of the pictures of the royal family.

Raja of Perlis and Raja Perempuan of Perlis

The picture of the Raja Muda (Crown Prince) and his family :

Tuanku raja muda perlis
Raja Muda Perlis and Raja Puan Muda Perlis with their first daughter, Sharifah Katreena

Raja Muda Perlis and Raja Puan Muda Perlis with their son and daughters

Sharifah Katreena Nuraniah

Sharifah Farah Adriana

Tuanku Syed Faizuddin with his son, Syed Sirajudin Areeb Putra Jamalullail

The picture of Tengku Puteri Mahkota Sharifah Fadzira :

HRH Tuanku Fauziah with her daughter, Her Highness Tengku Puteri Mahkota Sharifah Fadzira

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Singapore Independence Day

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6.40pm in 9 August 2009, mark the 44th years of Singapore's Independence. The National Day Parade 2009 takes place at Marina Bay and most of the country VIP is presence including President of Singapore, S.R Nathan, Lee Kuan Yew, Goh Chok Tong and Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.



After 44 years, Singapore emerges as the most developed country in South East Asia. But it is not build in a single night. Everyone knows that Singapore once is part of Malaysia, and separations of both sides are the best way for survival for each nation. Both country shares much in common and needed one another. But, there still unsolved issues of both sides. New bridge to replace the old causeway, raw water supplied, and airspace are among the unsolved issue that still bring nightmare for both sides.

Thus, lead to some questions for both sides alike. Should the separations take place?


2 years in Malaysia, Malaysians look upon a serious conflict between both Premier at that time, Tunku Abdul Rahman and Lee Kuan Yew. Tunku Abdul Rahman who led the Alliance still in favour of the constitutions when Malaya gain independence while Lee Kuan Yew in favour of Malaysian Malaysia. This actually led to a racial conflict and it is getting worse when PAP participate in the Parliment General Elections eventhough its has clear in the agreement that he should not. The crisis led to a separation of both sides in 1965.

What would happen if the separation did not takes place?

It is possibly led to arrest of some political leaders at that time and could possibly ignite more tearful racial riots.

Thus, in 9 August 1965, a special sessions of Malaysia Parliament took place to discuss about this issues. Both Lee Kuan Yew and Tunku Abdul Rahman neck to neck fighting for their cause until one bill has been announced by Tunku Abdul Rahman to separated Singapore from the Federation, while the same bill is announced by Lee Kuan Yew to maintained Singapore in the Federation. The outcome is 126 MP at that time agreed without objections to separate Singapore from the Federation and thus Singapore became a new independence nation.


If the two sides could not work together, why merges in the first place?

In 1961, the idea of mergence Singapore in Malaysia is bring up by Lee Kuan Yew. It is due to the fact that Communist Party has gain a support in Singapore and it is likely that Singapore could become a new communist country in the region. Malaya has been fighting with the communist for years and this can prove to be fatal. Singapore joining the Federation is the only solutions for the communist problem.

Of course, it is led to another problem, Racial Imbalance. But, the problem is solved when Sabah and Sarawak agree to join the federation as well.


I have went to singapore to visits my relatives a few years ago. And in that time, I wonder, is the Singapore will totally differs if the separations did not takes place?

The answer is, Of Course. Not only to the facility of both sides, but also to me as well. Rather in Johor, I would possibly been born and raised in Singapore. My grandfather stays in Singapore before the separations. He has told me once that he actually had walking from Seletar to Yinchu and Sembawang in that time.

Even there is much negative impact. There is also a bright side. Rather than communist nations, Singapore emerges as a democratic country. While racial harmony can be attain in Malaysia.

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abd Razak


The relations of both nations now take a new step ahead under a new leadership of Dato Seri Najib Razak and Lee Hsien Loong. Rather than fighting each other, it is best for us as new generations to improve this relation.

Here is Singapore NDP 2009 Theme Song.

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Malayan Tiger

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This is the special series of Flora and Fauna sections for Independence Month. Before this we have see the National Flower of the country, today we will see the National Animal of Malaysia and also one of the symbol in our Coat of Arm, Tiger. Officially, it is known as the Malayan Tiger.


The Malayan Tiger also known in Malay as Harimau Belang. The scientific name for the species is Panthera tigris jacksoni. It is not considered as a sub-species in its own right until 2004. Recent counts showed there are 600-800 Malayan tigers in the wild, making it the most common tiger subspecies other than the Bengal and perhaps also the Indochinese tigers.

It is, nevertheless, still an endangered sub-species.


Malayan Tiger

The Malayan tiger, along with the Sumatran tiger, is perhaps the smallest extant subspecies of tiger. Its stripe pattern is similar to the Indochinese tiger but its size is closer to the Sumatran tigers, with an average weight of 120 kg for adult males and 100 kg for females. Male Malayan tigers measures around 237cm in length from head to tail and female Malayan tigress around 200cm in length.


Malayan tigers prey on sambar deer, barking deer, wild boar and livestock. Tigers in Taman Negara also prey on sun bear. Whether their principal prey includes gaur and tapir is unknown. Tigers occur at very low densities 1.1-1.98 tigers per 100km² in the rainforest as a result of low prey densities, thus in order to maintain viable tiger populations of minimum of 6 breeding females, reserves need to be larger than 1000km².

Biological/ecological research on the Malayan tiger is still in infancy. For example, information on dietary preference, morphological measurements, demographic parameters, social structure, communication, home range sizes, dispersal capabilities are all lacking



It is usually found in the southern and central part of Peninsular of Malaysia.


The Malayan tiger is depicted in the coat of arms of Malaysia, symbolising the government and appears in various heraldry of Malaysian institutions such as Maybank, Proton and FAM. It symbolizes bravery and strength to Malaysians. The tiger has been given various nicknames by Malaysians, notably "Pak Belang," which literally means "Uncle Stripes."

Pak Belang features prominently in folklore as one of Sang Kancil's ("The Mouse Deer's") adversaries.

Malayan Bank
Maybank logo


Football Association Malaysia logo

Thursday, August 6, 2009

National Flower

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Flag of Malaysia

Coat of arm of malaysia

Today Flora and Fauna segment will cover about our national flower, Hibiscus. Maybe most of us have known it, but how many of us actually knew about it? Its scientific names, sub-species and plus, not only Malaysia adopt its as National Flower.

Are you ready to see it? Let’s go check it out.


Red Hibiscus

The Hibiscus or ‘Bunga Raya’ in Malay is our National Flower. But please takes notice because Hibiscus has many colors and our national flower is the Red Hibiscus. Still remember the controversial Malay Keris which usually well known as Malaysia symbol? Many of Malaysians objects the idea because its looks like it’s only make the Malaysia more MALAY. But never fear my friends, How many of us actually knew or simply forgot or doesn’t even want to know that our National Flower sub-species is actually known as “The Chinese Hibiscus”.

The red hibiscus scientific name is Hibiscus rosa-sinensis and known colonially as Chinese Hibiscus, China rose and shoe flower. In Indonesia it is called as Kembang Sepatu. It is native in East Asia.

It was introduced in Malaysia in 12th century and has been nominated as National Flower in 1958 by Ministry of Agriculture with few other flowers such as ylang ylang, jasmine, lotus, rose and Bunga Tanjung. In 1960, it is declared by government of Malaysia that Hibiscus is our national flower.

The reason is, Hibiscus known as ‘Bunga Raya’ which literally means ‘Big Flower’. The red of the petals symbolizes the courage, life, and rapid growth of the Malaysian, and the five petals represent the five Rukun Negara of Malaysia.

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is considered to have a number of medical uses in Chinese herbology.



Other than Malaysia, Hibiscus is also a national flower of South Korea and known as 'mugunghwa'.

Hibiscus syriacus is the national flower of South Korea. The flower appears in national emblems, and Korea is compared poetically to the flower in the South Korean national anthem. The flower's symbolic significance stems from the Korean word mugung, meaning "immortality". Hibiscus syriacus is a widely cultivated ornamental shrub in the genus Hibiscus.

Common names include Rose of Sharon (especially in North America), Shrub Althea, and Rose of Althea.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Nisfu Syaaban

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Tonight is called as Nisfu Syaaban, the 15th night in Islamic Month of Syaaban. In any way, to all my fellow Muslims, it is only another 15 days to the holy month of Ramadhan where we will be fasting. How about our preparations?

Most of us are too busy to prepare for Hari Raya even the Hari Raya is the celebration day after a whole month fasting. Anyway, I said it for myself first and this is my contribution to my fellow Muslims to encourage them to embrace Islam in their daily life.

Until next post..

Monday, August 3, 2009

Rank 1 in the world

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Coat of arm of malaysia

Malaysia still has many to develop and achieve in every field in the world. Sometimes, even the Malaysian have an inferiority complex syndrome towards our beloved Malaysia. But, some of us Malaysian actually achieve the top of the world. Who there are? Let’s go check it out.

Nicol David

Nicol David

Nicol David probably the most well known heroin of Malaysia. She is our professional Squash Player. The Squash Queen has achieved the world no.1 women squash player (and also the first Asian to achieve the title). She captured the World Open title in 2005, 2006 and 2008, and the British Open title in 2005, 2006 and 2008.

Nicol David's other notable achievements include the Asian squash championship, which she won with a record of six times (in 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008). She also held a 13-month, 51-match winning streak, from March 2006 to April 2007 when she finally lost to Natalie Grinham in the final of the 2007 Seoul Open. In today's standard of professional squash, which is regarded by many as being much more competitive than what it was decades ago, having a winning streak comparable to this is an achievement not easily obtainable.

The former Malaysian Prime Minister Dato' Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, a fellow Penangite, quipped once that David is "now more famous than me".On July 12, 2008, Nicol is among 497 people honoured in conjunction with the 70th birthday of the Penang Yang Dipertua Negeri Tun Abdul Rahman Abbas. Nicol is among 28 people who receive the Darjah Setia Pangkuan Negeri (DSPN), which carries the title "Datuk", making her the youngest person in Penang to be conferred Datukship.

The most I respect about her is her consistency. Not many athletes can actually keep their consistence like Nicol does.

Lee Chong Wei

Lee chong wei

Another person who receive the top world rank in their career is Datuk Lee Chong Wei (simplified Chinese: 李宗伟; traditional Chinese: 李宗偉; pinyin: Lǐ Zōngwěi). He is also our professional badminton player. Lee won the silver medal in the 2008 Olympic Games, thus becoming the first Malaysian to reach the final of the men's singles event and ending Malaysia's Olympic medal drought since the 1996 Games. This achievement also earned him the title Datuk, and a description by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak as national hero.

As a singles player, Lee was again ranked first worldwide on August 21, 2008. He is the third Malaysian men's singles shuttler after Rashid Sidek and Roslin Hashim to achieve such a ranking (since official rankings were first kept in the 1980s), and is the only Malaysian shuttler to hold the ranking for more than two weeks.

In his early life, he actually favored basketball and when he is 11 years old, he started learn badminton with his father. Later, he attracted the local badminton coach before discovered by Misbun Sidek. He joins the national squad when he was 17 years old.

Victoria Institutions

VI March band

The Victoria Institutions has made us proud after emerges victorious in World Marching Band in Modenna, Italy, in 5 july 2009. Among the other competing band are 3 from Italy, 1 from Ukraine and Netherlands respectively. The songs played in the competition are the medley song from the Puteri Gunung Ledang musical theater that has been modified to marching band version. The school manages to gain 1052 points to emerge as winner and defeat former winner Netherland who gain 1039 points.

VI Marching band also winning the competition in 2003, 2005 and 2006.


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