Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Monday, June 22, 2009
Jonathan Tse doing his boy-next-door-with-a-guitar thing. He's armed with an album and of course his passion for music. He can go far and doing more live shows like this can certainly boost up his confidence and his showmanship. Local talents need to be supported.
I am an avid reader but in the middle of a concert/performance? Hmm.....
These sound engineers are cool... One of them brought a toy with them. It's like their lucky charm or something?
Meanwhile, if you guys are interested to know my take on the 1st KK Jazz Festival and also the 2nd Miri International Jazz Festival (I couldn't find the link for the 1st instalment in my hard drive), click the following link:
Sunday, June 21, 2009
FINALLY THEY DESERVED THEIR NO 1 RANKING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
They downed the Chinese in 2 sets!!!!
ONE INTERESTING POINT :
The crowd boo-ed Malaysian team all along which traditionally shouldn't be the case unless it's Malaysia vs Indonesia. So, you should know the sentiment now especially after the Siti Hajar maid case, Ambalat and Manohara fiasco.
SO EE HUI AND PEI TY DESERVED EXTRA APPLAUSE FOR WINNING IN THE FAMOUSLY NOTORIOUS ISTORA SENAYAN!!!
Well, the show hasn't stop yet as the next match will be our laduk Lee vs Taufik Hidayat. Laduk really has to beat the crowd this time.....
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Friday, June 12, 2009
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Tuesday, June 09, 2009
Monday, June 08, 2009
Try this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gz9CSOCA2Tc&feature=related
It's not that "unfamiliar" right? And I should say that he's very polite. He ended it with terima kasih and selamat petang.
Saturday, June 06, 2009
Nasharudin retained his Deputy President post and now it seems to me the pro-UMNO leaders were heading PAS, with Hadi Awang returned unchallenged. Only the Mursyidul Am Nik Aziz still firm with his stand of not co-operating with UMNO.
I think this is what the UMNO people is hoping for and I see they will be celebrating this more than their only post-308-by-election win in Batang Ai, Sarawak as the impact will be far extensive especially in the Malay voters' sentiment in the Peninsula Malaysia.
Now, Anwar really need to tend this with care. I found resonance with Chegu Nazir (Kata Tak Nak)'s opinion which I read in Uncle Zorro's blog and I pasted the same piece of writings of Chegu Nazir here.
Thursday, 4 June 2009
Right or wrong this is how I feel.
I have not said anything about PAS and their general assembly and about the Ulamaks and the Erdogans and about the conservatives and the progressives because I had always thought that that is their business so why meddle.
I don't think I could keep quite any longer. I have my reasons. I have been banking on PR to someday wrest control from BN. Since PAS is an important component of PR, whatever that befalls PAS would have a bearing on PR.
My stand is simple. PAS is an Islamic party, not a Malay party. The end, end of story. PAS has no business trying to identify itself as a Malay party. The religion is above race. Heck there are more Muslims in China, therefore Chinese, than there are Muslims in this country so Islam is not the sole property of the Malays.
Any attempts to try to court or be courted by UMNO is a betrayal to PAS's constitution. Has PAS not learnt their lessons from UMNO's betrayal? Do some personalities in PAS sincerely believe that UMNO has changed since that day?
Yes, UMNO has changed but not for the better so what do these people in PAS expect from UMNO then? I tend to agree with Husam in his fight for PAS to be an alternative to UMNO and nothing else. I do not subscribe to this Malay solidarity bullshit because it is the people who talks about Malay Solidarity who are splitting the Malays for their own personal gains.
All UMNO want is to weaken the PR and through PAS and some of their leaders, who are more Malay than Muslim, they have an avenue. All these talk about Malay solidarity sickens me, a Malay. Look the Malays are united as a race but differ politically. That is a good sign, not a bad one. That is maturity.
I have read about how some Ulamaks say that their attempts to bridge the distance is because of the religion. They argue that UMNO is made up of mainly Malays who are Muslims. Fine but have they forgotten who helped them to be as strong as they are now that got the people in UMNO come abegging? Would they have been there without the support of the non-Muslims in the last general election and also at Bt. Gantang.
Don't they know, that UMNO's intention is for them to ditch these very people who had put PAS where they are now? I want to ask them one question. Do you think it is fair for you to do that all in the name of your race? Where is your religion now? Do you think that the religion condones this?Islam is universal and not the domain of the Malays and PAS must realise that. Malay unity, if it leads to oppression of others is not Islam. Malay is not important in Islam. Malay is nothing in Islam. In Islam, the teachings of the religion is important. In Islam, equality is important. In Islam fairness is important. In Islam valueing one's partners who seek justice is more important than sleeping with one's foe who happens to be a fellow Malay and Muslim but do not know the meaning of honesty and humanity.
Friday, June 05, 2009
Thursday, June 04, 2009
Amir Muhammad must be having a field day recently if he's still collecting the quotes of stupidity uttered by Malaysians. I read this in Niamah, Patrick Toeh's blog and it really got me ROTFL!!!
Director-General of teh Department of Environment (DOE) Datuk Rosnani Ibarahim said, "It just looks haze but there's no haze in Malaysia at the moment"
Read in full here. I rest my case.
OK... the appointment of a civil servant to head the Majlis Perbandaran Seberang Perai which was welcomed by a boycott of PKR councillars is another blunder in PKR. I think the PKR Penang especially has a lot of detoxing, cleansing whatever it is to do to avoid being turned into another UMNO, a multi-racial ones (from somewhere I read).
The so called PKR whip came up with reasons such as previous agreements in-between Pakatan Rakyat component parties didn't really augur well to me and I strongly believe I am not the only one feel that way. It's very much obvious that these are a group of power-grabbing, position-seeking people who will destroy the party and the coalition in the end. As I said before after the PKR duo in Perak were being investigated for accepting bribe, PKR and DAP, to a certain extent need to do some house cleaning on their current crop of MPs and assemblymen.
Anwar should focus more on this agenda which I seriously think is more important trying to be Prime Minister (if that's what he wants) because as much as it's possible for PR to turn over the table in the next election, it can be another way round with all these scums in the house infecting the coalition from inside.
Wednesday, June 03, 2009
Tuesday, June 02, 2009
Well... why I said be prepared? 曹格's song 背叛 is one of the most overplayed in radio, most over-attempted in tonnes of singing reality shows and most "killed" song in karaoke. And due to that, lots of us were the casualties while watching those reality shows on TV or while singing in karaoke.
He's gonna strike again, this time with a tune with the vocal acrobatic on par with 背叛 if not of a higher difficulty level, i.e. 寂寞先生. Well... en"z"oy!!!
Monday, June 01, 2009
Read this: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.php/opinion/breaking-views/28105-melayu-dikhianati-awang-selamat
I don't know why no one take any action against this awang selamat of Mingguan Malaysia but aiya.... Utusan and Mingguan owned by who?
Uncle Zorro should put him/her in his fart chamber. I will put him/her in the hall of shame.
OK...my alma mater is making news now.... not the good one though. Such a shameful incident. It's the so-called Apex University. But who's proud of their uni alma mater nowadays? Well.... not the local unis.... Oh... I shouldn't generalise. It's just me.