Monday, October 26, 2009

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Today is the coronation day of Tuanku Muhriz ibni Tuanku Munawir as the 11th Yang Dipertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus. The coronation is the peak ceremony after the proclamation of Tuanku Muhriz as the Yang Dipertuan Besar in 28 Dicember 2008 and also the proclamation of Tuanku Ampuan Besar Negeri Sembilan (Queen Consort). Tuanku Muhriz succeeded the throne after the 4 Undang of Negeri Sembilan has made a decision to proclaim Tuanku Muhriz as the ruler of Negeri Sembilan following the death of Tuanku Jaafar, 10th Yang dipertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan.

All citizens of Negeri Sembilan feel grateful for the proclamation as the throne has been given back to its rightful owner.

Daulat Tuanku!
Long Live the King!


27 December 2008 – Death of Tuanku Jaafar, 10th Yang Dipertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan

29 December 2008 – Proclamation of Tuanku Mukhriz as the new Yang Dipertuan Besar

22 February 2009 – Tengku Ali Redhauddin is install as Tengku Besar Seri Menanti. (One of four Inheritance princes)

14 April 2009 – Installation ceremony of Tuanku Aishah Rohani as Tengku Ampuan Besar (Queen of Negeri Sembilan)

26 October 2009 – The main event, Coronation ceremony of the 11th Yang Dipertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan
Purification rituals at the throne of Panca Persada


Tuanku Muhriz is the only son to Tuanku Munawir who is also the 9th Yang Dipertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan who reigns from 1960 – 1967. During the death of his father in 1967, the 4 Undang of Negeri Sembilan did not proclaim Tuanku Muhriz as the next Yang Dipertuan Besar as he is still 18 years old at that time. The 4 Undang proclaim Tuanku Jaafar instead.
Negeri Sembilan is differs from the other state as it is the only state in Malaysia where “Adat Perpatih” (The Perpatih Custom) reign supreme.

In Negeri Sembilan, the first prince of the ruler will not become the Heir Apparent, but an Inheritance Prince instead. Four Local Chieftains called Undang will choose the next Ruler (like the Elector) from 4 Inheritance Prince. In the history of Negeri Sembilan, there are 3 times where the Undang did not proclaimed the son of the Yang Dipertuan Besar to succeed his father.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

2 Special Birthdays

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Radin’s blog today brought you a special birthday today. Me? No, Of course it is not my birthday. Today is a birthday to the Sultan Ahmad Shah of Pahang and Malaysian race car driver, Mohamed Fairuz Fauzy. Happy birthday…!

Sultan Ahmad Shah of Pahang

Sultan of Pahang

Born in 1930 (79 years) as Tengku Ahmad Shah, he is the only son to Sultan Abu Bakar Riayatuddin Al-Muadzam Shah and Tengku Ampuan Besar Fatimah. He received his education at Malay College Kuala Kangsar, received diplomas in Public Administration from Worcester College, Oxford and Exeter University.

In 1974, he succeeded his father as The Sultan of Pahang. He served as the seventh King of Malaysia for full five years term from 29 March 1979 to 25 April 1984.

His favourite hobby was playing football, golf, polo, and equestrian and has served as a President of Malaysian Football Association (FAM) and President of Asian Football Association (AFC).

Muhammad Fairuz Fauzy


Born in 1982 (27 years), Muhammad Fairuz Fauzy is Malaysian race car driver. His career started in 1994 when he competing in karting events. Later he moves into British Formula Ford (1999), British Formula Renault (2000) and British Formula Three (2002). Fairuz currently driver for Mofaz Fortec Motorsport team.

His best finish is in 11th place in 2007. He is among the possible candidate to 1Malaysia F1 Team.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

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Today is the Indonesia Presidential Inauguration day, where President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyona to be sworn in for second term as Indonesian President. This is a first time in Indonesia after constitutional amendment where the President is elect to take offices for second term. President Susilo takes offices with new vice-president elect Boediyono. It is expected that Susilo will announce his new cabinet tomorrow. In the Presidential election, Susilo gains enough support to win the election in the first round, defeat the other 2 candidate, Megawati and Jusof Kalla.

Indonesia taking a new era during Susilo administration after experienced economic growth and political stability. Indonesia has the most Muslim population in the world and currently includes in the G-20. It is undeniable that Indonesia has rise into a new era. As the channel newsasia refer it as;

“The Garuda is rising”


As I always love history subjects and politics, it is an event I’ve been waiting for. Even though in South East Asia there are 7 democratic countries, only Indonesia and The Philippines has a President as both Head of State and Head of Government, or the system is called as ‘Full Presidential Republic’ with ‘Direct Democracy’. The only differs with this two nation is, Indonesia with 5 years term while Philippines with 6 years term. Indonesian President can hold the position for maximum 2 terms (10 years), while Philippines President cannot be re-elected.

The other country, Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia is constitutional monarchy with Parliamentary Democracy. Singapore and Timor Leste adapt constitutional Republic with Parliamentary Democracy. Their system is differs where the Head of State and Head of Government is hold by two different person.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Istana Nurul Iman

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Aerial view of Istana Nurul Iman

Istana Nurul Iman

Istana Nurul Iman is our topic for this month Architectural segment. Belong to HRH Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, it is currently the World’s Largest Residential Palace. The area of the Palace is about 2 152 782 square feet. The palace name literally means, Palace of the Light of Faith. The palace is designed by Leandro V. Locsin, and built by the Filipino firm, Ayala International. The interior is designed by Khuan Chew, Design Principal of KCA International.

Owner of the Palace, HRH Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah with his 2 consorts, Queen Saleha and Princess Consort Azrinaz Mazhar

In its interior, it is consist of 1788 rooms, 564 chandeliers, 44 stairwells, 18 elevators, 13 satellite dishes and 257 bathrooms. The cost of the palace is $US 400 mil. Of course it is not a big deal to a monarch who has an estimate of $US 40 billion in his account. It is both the seat of Brunei's government and the location of the prime minister's office. In addition to Audience and State Rooms, there is a Throne Chamber used for various occasions such as the proclamation of the Crown Prince and the annual Birthday Investiture. Also includes, mosque for 1500 people, a banquet hall for 4000 guest, stables, airplanes and helicopters.

Waiting Hall

The palace is not open for public except for 10 days of Ramadhan for Tadarus and Hari Raya Aidilfitri.








In term of World Largest Palace, the Nurul Iman Palace is competing with others around the world, namely the Buckingham Palace (828,818 square feet), Royal Palace of Madrid (1,453,122 square feet), Stockholm Palace and not to mention The Forbidden City.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

BN : Change for the better

Once again Radin’s Blog bring to you a newsflash of Malaysia Politics. UMNO AGM, MCA EGM, not to mention PPP’s struggle made me excited for the news. But, please noted that this blog is not a political type blog. The struggle of National Front (BN) component party to changes themselves in order to get back the support from the voters. In fact, after 2008 General Elections, one by one BN component party suffered a major crisis.



Started from 13 October, the United Malay National Organization (UMNO) Annual Grand Meeting is held. And the party has started a major changes this year especially make up a numbers of amendment in its party constitution. It is to make the party more transparent, inclusive and democratic. The party president, Dato Seri Najib wants UMNO to change in time.

The amendment is agreed unanimously by all delegates.

"We want the people to love UMNO. All they wish is UMNO to transform. Indeed we are listening to their wish. We will change.”
(Najib, source)

MCA High Council Meeting

Ong (left) with Liow

The second largest component party has left without a leader after vote of no confidence has been passed to the Party President and Deputy President. And, the Party Central Committee has made a decision today to maintain Ong Tee Keat as the party President. While the party Vice-President, Liow Tiong Lai has been elected as the new party Deputy President. (source)

PPP Struggle

Murugiah (left) with Kayveas

Personally, I don’t know to consider this event as a party struggle, but the event is triggered by two people who previously led to a constitutional crisis to PPP. Senator T. Murugiah has filed a RM 10 million defamation suit against the PPP President M. Kayveas. Murugiah who is also the Deputy Minister in a Prime Minister’s Department claim that Kayveas has uttered false and malicious statement during press conferences on several occasions.

"What he said has tarnished my name and image as a deputy minister. Of course I have to do something about it."
(Murugiah, source)

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Tales of Queen and Princesses

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As my blog has a special topic of “The Malaysian Royal Family”, thus, I have to search all over for my reference. And, in the research I found many interesting story and picture of the Prince and Princess, not to mention the King and Queen, including the story of the King of our past. But the picture are likely to lose one by one, thus I want to preserve some of it into a simple movie.

Monday, October 12, 2009

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(picture from The Malaysian Insider)

After 7 days of campaign, 11 157 out of 13 664 voters of Bagan Pinang have completed their responsibilities voting for their new state assemblyman. The by-election also marked some unwanted event like provocations from both side of BN and PR and small riots is inevitable. But, the police have finally managed to get things in order. The result has been announced.

It is a landslide victory for BN candidate, Tan Sri Isa Samad who is also the former Menteri Besar of Negeri Sembilan. The winning also see an increasing majority of vote to the BN. Isa Samad (BN) manage to get 8013 votes while Zulkefley (PAS) only get 2578 votes. Isa manage to get a majority of 5435 votes.


Barisan Nasional (BN)

Tan Sri Isa Samad (source):-

"The results shows that the people have the full confidence in our two leaders." (Prime Minister Dato Seri Mohd Najib and his Deputy Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin)

Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS)

Pas Vice-President, Mahfuz Omar (source):-

“UMNO has win the by-election but has lost in the fight against corruption”

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Upin dan Ipin

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Last month, Radin’s Blog has ring to you comic from the homeland. Today, we will see the popular animation from Malaysia that currently popular here. That’s right, Upin Dan Ipin (Upin and Ipin). My friends always said that, animation sometimes can influence our daily life, and it did. When I looked at my brothers and other kids here, there always mention and repeat the dialog in upin and ipin over and over again. Very cute!!



The animation is develop by a group of Malaysian young and talented animator who originally a graduate from Multimedia University (Malaysia) who graduate with Degree in Film and Animation, Nizam Abd Razak, Mohd. Safwan Ab Karim and Muhammad Usamah Zaid Yasin. The production name is ‘Les Copaque’. The production is inspired by Hj. Burhanuddin Md. Radzi and his wife Pn. Hjh. Ainon Mohd. Ariff. He decided to fund the new company after they succeed to impress him with their award winning animation ‘Misi Mustahak’.


The upin dan ipin animation is consisting of three seasons.
Upin dan Ipin
Upin Dan Ipin : Setahun Kemudian
Upin dan Ipin : Dengan Kawan-kawan

The first and second season is the story of Upin dan Ipin first experience fasting in Ramadhan month. The third season is the story about the twin with their friends living their life.

The story also includes the first movie, ‘Geng, The adventure Begin’.


In the shout award,


This is their video when they are still study in MMU.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

MCA EGM and Makkal Sakti

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Today is a very important day for Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) and also for Malaysia’s politics. New political party is been formed today, Malaysian Makkal Sakti Party (MMSP).



The tug-of-war crisis for two factions in MCA started with the controversial decision of the Party President, Ong Tee Keat when he dismisses the Deputy President, Chua Soi Lek. The supporter for these two politicians has made a tough time for MCA especially in this time of reduced support of the Chinese for MCA. Thus, the party has made the decision to hold the Extraordinary Grand Meeting (EGM) to discuss this matter whether to support Ong or Soi Lek.

And the delegates of the party have spoken. The delegates has voted a bill of no confidence to the President, and ousted the Deputy President from his seat.

With the decision from the delegates, the party now left without a Leader. The future of the Party will be discussed in the High Council of MCA meeting on 15 October 2009.

Malaysian Makkal Sakti Party (MSSP)


The new Party in Malaysia is formed. The inauguration is done by the Prime Minister Najib himself. As the Prime Minister for all Malaysian, he has the responsibilities to all. The new party is a racial party for Indian community.

With just 2 million populations, the Malaysian Indian is support by almost 8 parties. Among other are MIC, Gerakan, PPP, KIMMA, DAP, and MIUP. Which side should the Party belong? BN or PR? Up until now, it still an independent party.

Can this party receive support from the Indians? I still believe, no party in Malaysia can survive alone in Malaysia. (Especially racial based party)

Friday, October 9, 2009

Assalamualaikum and Peace be upon all of you.
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Royal segment today will cover the Perakian Royal Family. We already cover 7 royal families and only 2 to go. The Perak Royal Family among the oldest in Malaysia. The family is descendant to the last Sultan of Malacca. Unofficially, the Perak Royal Family is the symbol to Malay beauties as many of the member of the royal family are undeniably handsome and beautiful. The ruler of Perak is style as HRH Sultan of Perak.

The 34th Sultan of Perak was HRH Sultan Azlan Muhibbudin Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Yusuf Izzuddin Shah Ghafarullah. He ascended the throne of Perak in 1984 and celebrate his Silver Jubilee of his reign in 2009. He died on 28 April 2014 after ruling the State for a glorious 30 years.

The consort to the Sultan of Perak is styled according to her bloodline. Consort of royal blood is styled as Raja Perempuan of Perak (literally Queen regnant of Perak), while commoner consort is styled as Raja Permaisuri of Perak (literally Queen consort of Perak). The current consort to Sultan Azlan is styled as HRH Raja Permaisuri of Perak, Tuanku Bainun binti Mohd Ali.

After the death of Sultan Azlan Muhibbuddin Shah, his first son, Raja Dr. Nazrin Shah was proclaimed as the 35th Sultan of Perak and styled as Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah.


The history of the state of Perak (Negeri Perak Dar ur-Ridzwan) begins in 1528 with the installation of Sultan Muzaffar Shah I, a descendent of Sultan Mahmud Shah of Malacca. The dynasty is thus directly descended from the old ruling house of Malacca. The lucky start to the dynasty's history did not last long as the the country was soon prey to competing Empires, Aceh, Bugis, Portuguese, Dutch, Siamese and eventually British. On two occasions, the Sultan and Royal family were carried off to Aceh, in Sumatra. The discovery of the richest tin deposits in the world in 1824 drew in a huge influx of immigrants, particularly Chinese. Coupled with complicated rules of succession to the Sultanate and powerful territorial nobles, a degree of social and political turmoil was inevitable. British intervention in 1874 brought about a semblance of compromise, when the then ruling Sultan (a usurpur) was induced to abdicate in favour of the rightful heir, in return for a pension.

A British Resident came to advise the Sultan and an Indian recruited military police force was established. However, the new Resident did not prove popular and was assassinated in 1875. Unfortunately, the newly installed Sultan had been implicated in the affair, so found himself deposed and exiled to the Seychelles. A regent was appointed in his stead, and eventually allowed to become Sultan, ten years later. He died within a month of his new sovereign status. His successor, Sultan Idris, proved to be one of the wisest and forward thinking Malays of his generation. The state greatly prospered and developed under his benign rule, finances were brought under control, and the first steps towards federation taken. Perak was one of the first states to form the Federated Malay States in 1897. However, the state suffered a great deal from the slump in rubber prices, following the end of Great War. Although Idris died in 1916, his successors proved to be equally advanced in their views. Sultan Alang Iskandar Shah, had served in the FMS police and took a leading part in the establishment of the Royal Malay Regiment in the 1930s. Perak was invaded and conquered by the Japanese on New Year's Day 1942. Fortunately perhaps, Sultan Abdulazziz, was not one of the rulers deposed by them.

The state joined the federation on 1st February 1948. It joined the other states of the peninsular to form the independent Federation of Malaya on 31st August 1957, and became a state of Malaysia on 16th September 1963



Sultan Azlan Shah married with Tuanku Bainun and their married is blessed with 5 children, two Princes and three Princesses.

  1. Raja Nazrin Shah (1956)
  2. Raja Azureen (1957)
  3. Raja Ashman Shah (1958 - 2012)
  4. Raja Elena (1960)
  5. Raja Yong Sofia (1961)


The official Palace to the Sultan of Peark is Istana Iskandariah (Iskandariah Palace) located at Royal City Kuala Kangsar, Perak.




The rules of succession are more complicated than other Malay states. The reigning Sultan appoints princes of the blood (Waris negri) to certain high princely titles for life. They are arranged in a strict order of precedence indicating the order of succession to the throne. The relative precedence of these titles has altered from time to time, and additional titles have been included and removed. However, the current order, as confirmed on 25th February 1953, stands as follows:

Raja Muda, Wakil us-Sultan, Wazir ul-Azam Negara Perak Dar ur-Ridzwan
Raja di-Hilir.
Raja Kechil Besar.
Raja Kechil Sulong.
Raja Kechil Tengah.
Raja Kechil Bongsu.

On the death or promotion of an existing titleholder, the holder of the next most senior title, succeeds. On the death of a reigning Sultan, the prince holding the title of Raja Muda, the senior prince in the hierarchy succeeds him. The prince enjoying the title of Raja di-Hiler, becomes the new Raja Muda. The Raja Kechil Besar, becomes Raja di-Hiler, and so on. The new Sultan may then appoint his own nominee to the junior-most title made vacant by these successions.

(In other word, the first prince of a monarch is not necessary become the heir apparent to the throne. Your journey to the throne start if the reigning Sultan chooses you to become Raja Kechil Bongsu. When the upper seat vacant, you will promoted as Raja Kechil Tengah. Then, Raja Kechil Sulong. Up to Raja Kechil Besar. Up to Raja Di Hilir. And finally Raja Muda the heir apparent to the throne. The question now is, can you live long enough to be proclaimed as Sultan.)

**The inheritance line

  1. Raja Nazrin Shah ibni Sultan Azlan (1987 - present), Raja Muda of Perak
  2. Raja Jaafar bin Raja Musa, Raja Di Hilir
  3. Raja Iskandar Zulkarnain ibni Almarhum Sultan Idris, Raja Kecil Besar
  4. (vacant), Raja Kecil Sulong
  5. Raja Ahmad Nazim Azlan Shah bin Raja Ashman Shah, Raja Kecil Tengah
  6. (vacant), Raja Kecil Bongsu
**Subject to changes


Some of the pictures of the royal family

Raja Muda of Perak (Crown Prince of Perak), Raja Nazrin Shah

Raja Puan Besar Perak, (Crown Princess of Perak), Tuanku Zara Salim Davidson

Raja di Hilir (2nd Inheritance Prince), Raja Jaafar

Raja Puan Muda of Perak (wife to 2nd Inheritance Prince),
Raja Nor Mahani

Sultan Azlan Shah in his 21. (picture from Jabatan Perkhidmatan Penerangan Malaysia)

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Sambutan Bulan Bahasa 2009

Assalamualaikum dan Salam Sejahtera kepada semua.
Selamat Datang ke blog ini.

Secara rasminya, bahasa pengantar Radin’s Blog adalah dalam Bahasa Inggeris. Namun, buat julung kalinya, artikel ini ditulis dalam Bahasa Melayu bersempena dengan menyahut seruan kerajaan dalam memartabatkan Bahasa Melayu. Seperti bulan Ogos sebagai sambutan Bulan Kemerdekaan, bulan Oktober pula merupakan sambutan Bulan Bahasa.


Mungkin ramai akan bosan jika saya teruskan penulisan dengan formaliti. Oleh itu, penulisan saya lebih kepada penulisan santai.


Dah lama meninggalkan dunia penulisan, nak menulis balik dalam Bahasa Melayu rasa kekok pulak. Sikit-sikit, ingatan ketika SPM datang balik. Bahasa Melayu antara penyumbang A1 saya. Tajuk karangan waktu tu.. “Kebaikan dan Keburukan Memancing”. =)

Kerajaan sekarang sibuk nak mempromosikan Bahasa Melayu. Perlu ke?


Mungkin ramai yg tanya begitu. Jawapannya tentulah “YA”. Pernah tengok iklan di tv? Maggi, Kit-Kat, Air mineral, milo dan lain-lain? Tiap-tiap kali tayangan, setiap hari mesti ada. Kenapa? Mestilah hendak promosikan produk masing-masing. Ini satu fakta, jika kita ikut dunia perniagaan walau maju macam mana sekalipun, tapi jika kita tidak promosikan produk tersebut, dijamin anda akan RUGI!

Sama juga dengan Bahasa Melayu. Jika kita tidak mempromosikan kepentingan Bahasa Melayu. Memang akan dijamin bahasa ini mungkin hilang satu hari nanti. Secara rasmi, 4 buah Negara di dunia mengiktiraf Bahasa Melayu sebagai bahasa Kebangsaan. Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam dan Singapura. Singapura? Ya, sudah tentu. Bahasa Melayu adalah Bahasa Kebangsaan Singapura, tetapi bahasa Inggeris digunakan sebagai Bahasa rasmi di Singapura.

Bahasa Melayu sudah terbukti sebagai Bahasa perpaduan rakyat Malaysia. Nak bercakap dalam Bahasa Melayu pun mudah. Semua sebutan hanya di hujung lidah. Sampai sekarang rasanya ramai antara kita yang tak dapat beza sebutan huruf “ح” dengan huruf “ها”. Betul tak?

Di Malaysia, Bahasa Melayu dan Bahasa Inggeris adalah dua bahasa yg penting. Tapi, seperti kita ada banyak masalah tentang perkara ni. Tengok keadaan jer la, yg reti Bahasa Melayu tak reti Bahasa Inggeris. Yg reti Bahasa Inggeris tak reti Bahasa Melayu. Mana kerajaan tak risau? Rakyat Malaysia yg tak reti Bahasa Malaysia? Macam mana tu?


Ada beberapa cara yg boleh kita lakukan untuk memartabatkan Bahasa Melayu / Bahasa Malaysia. Pertama, kita kena bercakap la dalam Bahasa Malaysia. Maka, kita perlulah membuka kelas-kelas bertutur dalam Bahasa Melayu. Terutamanya bagi rakyat Malaysia yg tidak reti bertutur dalam Bahasa Melayu dan juga kepada pekerja-pekerja luar Negara yg bekerja di Malaysia. Dari Barat atau Timur, sekurang-kurangnya adalah sesuatu yg mereka belajar apabila datang ke Malaysia.

Akademi Gemilang dari pts. Kisah pengembaraan mutant remaja di Malaysia

Kemudian, pertingkatkan penerbitan bahan-bahan penulisan melayu. Cubala bayangkan, ramai antara kita peminat setia Harry Potter, Narnia dan lain-lain kan? Jadi, kenapa kita tiada bahan-bahan bacaan seperti tu? Mungkin ada, tapi penjualan macam tak meluas lah. Ada jugak baca kat suratkhabar tentang promosi buku-buku macam tu. Tapi jarang-jarang dapat jumpa. Adakah ini hasilnya selepas 52 tahun merdeka?

Banyak sebenarnya yg kita boleh lakukan. Tetapi kita mestilah ingat bahawa setiap dari kita memainkan peranan dalam mendaulatkan bahasa kita. Jika kita tidak buat, lupakanlah sahaja hasrat untuk melihat Bahasa Melayu berkembang di Malaysia. Akhir sekali, sama-samalah kita memartabatkan Bahasa Melayu. =)

Monday, October 5, 2009


This is not a mere child’s play, Radin’s Blog today brings a serious newsflash when some of Indonesian activist declare war on Malaysia. The group is called as ‘Benteng Demokrasi Rakyat’ BENDERA (English = People’s Democracy Fortress) declare a war to the Federation of Malaysia, claiming Malaysia has ‘stealing’ many heritage and culture of Indonesia. For example, ‘Pendet Dance’.

Pendet Dance is a symbol of Bali . Why the heck should we Malaysian practice it?



Even more frustration is this declaration is done after the earthquake struck at Padang, Sumatera. Rather than wasting time, energy and money announce this irresponsible declaration, they should gives their utmost priorities to their own citizens in Padang. After the Padang Quake, two more earthquakes struck at Western Papua and Northern Sulawesi.


This so called People’s Fortress should priorities their own people should they?



Indonesia actually a big brother to Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam as this region is united with the same cultures, heritage and most important, religion. Indonesian should play their role as a protective big brother for these two countries. Even having their best president ever, it looks like some Indonesian has some kind of inferiority complex toward Malaysia. They can accept Singapore, why not Malaysia?

During this hard time, Malaysia still committed to play a part as a good neighbor and has announced a rescue team to give help to the victims of the disaster. This region has seen many wars in the past and still developing. We never need war to begin with.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Assalamualaikum and Peace be upon all of you.
Welcome to my blog.

It’s been a while since I get in touch with the last by-elections. Today is a nomination day for state assembly seat (N31) of Bagan Pinang. The Election Comity announce the by-election after the seat is vacant following the death of Azman Mohd Noor, 55 (UMNO-BN) due to blood infection.


After the rejection of Independent candidate, the election is a straight fight between BN and PAS. BN place the former Menteri Besar, Tan Sri Isa Samad, 59, who is also Teluk Kemang UMNO division chief.


PAS meanwhile is represented by Zulkefley Mohamad Omar, 45, PAS’s State Commissioner.

Can BN win this time? Or will PR enjoy its winning streak since Permatang Pauh by-election? We will see on 10 October 2009.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Freedom... not yet

Assalamualaikum and Peace be upon all of you.
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A month of October arrives. It is almost a month since I finished my Industrial Training. Most of my friends has ready for their big event in their life, graduation. Me? Not yet. Maybe I will graduate in next session, probably next year. At this time, I just stay in the house, finishing my final report. And, it is really depressing when a really cute Siamese kitten that you take care since its birth died.

And, yesterday, 3 earthquakes occur in South America, Samoa and Sumatra. The one that strike at Sumatera can be feel to some part in Malaysia. My mother also feels the small shaking in her offices. And the shaking is also feels to the state of Kelantan in the east. Make me wonder is Malaysia still safe from this disaster.



It is just another one month for the blog first anniversary. Thus, I have made a few changes in the blog’s layout. Hope all of you like it. Compare to my friends blog, this is just average. Going around the house make me searching a few dramas in the internet and found 3 Korean dramas that catch my attention. Never see this drama but I hope that I can watch it someday.

Dae Jang-Geum

Ladies in The Palace

The Last Empress

Until next time. Bye!


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