Friday, December 31, 2010

The last day of 2010

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Finally, we are now at the end of 2010. Tomorrow, we will celebrate the brand new year of 2011. A happy day today it is. After Malaysian Football Team emerges as Champion in the AFF Suzuki Cup (previously known as the Tiger Cup), Malaysian celebrates one day of public holiday. Well, in the internet, there also exist a few of Malaysian who actually against it, stating that a public holiday is a loss to the private sector as an excuse. It is a norm however, we cannot satisfy all parties. For me personally, we have experiences more than 20-years dark ages of our football. Now is the time for the tiger to wake up and roars. To do that, morale support is a must. Well done again Malaysia.

2010 Summary

There’s not much news from the palace recently, so the Royal Portal has been quite down for this week. Nevertheless, as the New Year is approaching, I think it would be nice to sort out a summary of what 2010 is really about for us Malaysian. Let’s check it out.



On January 22, sad news befall to Johorean after HRH the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Iskandar dies at the age of 77. His body was laid to rest at Mahmoodiah Royal Mausoleum, Johor Bahru. His first son, Tunku Ibrahim Ismail was proclaimed as the fifth Sultan of modern Johor on January 23.



On February 9, the Federal Court declares that Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir as a rightful Menteri Besar (Chief Minister) of Perak.

Dr Zambry


March 14, the history was made by Malaysia’s World no.1 badminton Player, Lee Chong Wei who wins the All England men’s title.

Lee Chong Wei


On April 3, marks the first year anniversary for Datuk Seri Najib Razak as the Prime Minister of Malaysia



May 19, Kelantanese Palace Guard, Ramli Mohamad, who was shot by an unidentified assailant on May 1, dies at the hospital after 19 days.



On June 2, all 12 Malaysian on board the Turkish vessel, Mavi Marvara are safe following the flotilla attack by the Israeli Naval Forces which carrying activist to the Gaza Strip killing at least ten people. On June 5, six Malaysian on board the Cambodian vessel Rachel Corrie which suffers the same fate are also safe and return a day later.



On July 28, the national flower of Malaysia, Bunga Raya (Hibiscus Rosa Sinesis) turns 50 and celebrates its Golden Jubilee.

Red Hibiscus


On August 12, The Ipoh-Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Electric Train Service (ETS) express route began operation.



On September 13, The Regent of Kelantan, Tengku Muhammad Faris Petra was proclaimed as the new Sultan of Kelantan with the title HRH Sultan Muhammad V.



On October 15, Malaysian Parliament celebrates its 50 years anniversary of the formation.



On November 10, Perusahaan Otomobil Negara (Proton) launched Proton Inspira based on the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo.



There is no news bigger in this month compare than the stylish victory of Malaysian Football Team in the AFF Suzuki Cup on December 29.



There are many more events or what can I say as tragedy befall in 2010, but as there’s not enough time and room to put it all here. Talk about New Year, did all of us has actually made their New Year Resolution? No?? Better made one now ^^.



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