Friday, 31 October 2008
Monday, 27 October 2008
Assalamualaikum dan selamat sejahtera kepada semua...huhu.. Syukur pada Illahi kerana dengan limpah kurnia-Nya dapatlah saya menerima anugerah ini... Terima kasih saya ucapkan kepada saudari Amirah atas pencalonan ini.. tidak saya sangka saya akan menerima anugerah sebegini... Saya ingin mengucapkan ribuan terima kasih kepada ibu dan arwah bapa saya kerana melahirkan dan membesarkan saya yang amat degil ini... kepada adik-beradik yang sentiasa menjadi pendorong dan juga rakan-rakan yang sentiasa membantu huhu baiklah tak mahu panjang jela.. Sekian terima kasih...
and so, I would like to extend this wonderful award to another 5 people whom their blog is in my daily clicks!
before that, rules here are made for you to follow:
1. give to only u feel GILA-GILA / BEST
2. only 5 people.
3. Link to that person who received the award
4. Sesiapa dapat Award ni DiWAJIBkan buat POSTING sebab dia dapat award ni kat blog dia
5. inform that person yang dapat award ini kt blog dia ok !!
1,2,3,4,5 those yg rajin nak wat lg huhu
p/s: mls le nk g award kat org huhu tp best jgk dpt award nie huhuh and Mira sorry lambat wat award nie huhu kinda busy you know huhu
Friday, 24 October 2008
Thursday, 23 October 2008
:: Eh.. Tak sampai pulak ::
:: Bola Nad... Bola Zati.. ::
:: Go Moon..Gooo ::
:: Hah.. Macam ni..Kau bagi kiri nanti dia bagi kanan.. ::
:: Lentik lagi Arif ::
:: Stretch Thirah... Stretch ::
:: Hikmat PETALA LANGIT TUJUH!!! ::
:: Last serve ni... We can win this... ::
:: YEAH!!! We win!!! ::
:: The Boys ::
:: Hiak.. Arif amek tue.. ::
:: Patrick.. as usual.. He was awesome ::
:: Water.. Water... Air..Air... ::
:: Lines girl... wei jaga lah line huhuh ::
:: The supporters ::
:: Penatlah main.. Lain kali I tak mau main lagi ::
:: Kak Yah with her cam ::
:: Japanese students with Fiza and Nadia ::
:: Even the seniors came to give their support ::
Sunday, 19 October 2008
Friday, 17 October 2008
Teacher kicked, slapped by two Form 2 girls
The incident between Azhana Ibrahim and two students of Sekolah Menengah Perlis was recorded on a handphone belonging to another student.
KANGAR: A 27-year-old teacher was allegedly kicked in her belly by a student in class yesterday.
|Azhana Ibrahim says she wasn’t hurt but was traumatised|
The argument was over a crude word which one of the students had written in a class project report.
The teacher sought an explanation from the students, both 14, which ended in a shouting match.
Azhana and the two students also traded slaps in the incident at Sekolah Menengah Perlis here.
"The teacher had advised the students about something that was written in a report which they submitted."
Azhana had no physical injuries, but she was traumatised.
She was accompanied by two other teachers when she lodged a report at the Kangar district police station.
The teacher had taught in Johor for five years before being transferred to Perlis in January.
The case comes in the wake of several disciplinary cases which occurred at the same school since last year.
There was also a case of lewd behaviour last year involving two students.
Just three days before, the school's principal was given a warning by the education authorities concerning a complaint lodged by a group of parents.
Parents of eight Muslim students, who were part of the school's brass band, claimed the school had directed their children to participate in a religious festival organised by a Taoist temple here.
This prompted the state Education Department to issue a warning to the principal, asking him to be more sensitive of the pupils' religious differences.
Meanwhile, a teacher who accompanied Azhana to the police station said the latter was traumatised.
"She was shaken when she came into the teachers' room for help. We then drove her to the police station."
The teacher, who declined to be named, said other students were called in to gang up on the teacher during the incident.
Azhana had apparently asked the two students to submit their physics folio assignment several times, but to no avail.
When the students did submit their reports, they had written gila babi (crazy swine) which was aimed at Azhana.
It is learnt that the words were written at the back cover of the report.
Azhana then questioned the students in front of a Form One class yesterday morning. A fight broke out after the teacher tried to advise the students and the incident was recorded on a student's handphone.
When contacted, state Education Department director Mansor Lat said a full report would be sought from the school.
Taken from: http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Friday/National/2377504/Article/index_html (The New Straits Times On-line, 17/10/2008)
n.b. Wargh!!!!!!!! That was my first impression when I read this article... I can't believe my eyes when I read this... Isk.. what happened to our "pemudi" nowadays huhuh scary though.. they are only 14.... not 41 but they acted as if they were bigger and older than the teacher... I thought my generation of students are already bad... but this has put BAD to another level huhuh scary..scary..scary... Adakah budak-budak tersebut ahli martial art?? Hisk kicked and slapped the teacher... amboi... what's wrong with them herm?? There must be something wrong.. did the teacher provoked them?? Maybe the authorities should investigate furthere... Herm... but overall I'm not saying that the girls have the right to do such thing to the teacher... just that we can't hear from one side only... yeah that's right... Even killers have their rights... herm kalau aku kena sepak dengan anak murid apa akan aku buat agaknya??? Sepak balik kot hahahhahaha no lah.. I myself don't know what will I do.. huhuh :P
Thursday, 16 October 2008
But when I went back home... I felt miserable for acting that way... I know..I know... I'm popular for being too emotional... but lately things has been bad for me.. Life most probably had been treating me badly... I'm just hanging on the line right now... yes most of you might see me being a happy guy... not much a problem.. but deep down I'm just A GUY... no more that that.. I can break down when I feel the pressure.. but I wouldn't show it to you... My family just lost a member that we love so much... I'm in the pressure of assigments... Having a bad relationship with someone... everything is up side down nowadays... So when I'm being bitter just bare with me...and try to understand me.. When I'm sulking just let me be.. don't call me.. don't add oil to the fire... After a while I will cool down and then it will be okay... Gosh... how I miss my mum soooooooooooooooooo mmmuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuccccccccccchhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!
:: BTW I don't ask anyone to "pujuk" me ::
1) Moral of the story... don't mess with a person who was busy preparing to present their presentation...
2) Jangan lah emotional sangat Suhaimi nanti ko jugak yang merana huhuhu xp
3) Herm merajuk... The other day someone was "merajuk" with me... Then we did not talk for a few days.. well yesterday I greet that person...and it feel awkward though.. hope it wouldn't be long... cause I just miss the old days..before that person "merajuk" with me.
Monday, 13 October 2008
Yang bermaksud: "Tiap-tiap umat mempunyai ajal, maka apabila telah datang ajalnya mereka tidak dapat mengundurkannya barang sesaat pun dan tidak dapat (pula) mencepatkannya."
(Surah Al-A'raf: ayat 34)
A simple SMS... Just like that...Tok Su passed away?? Innalillahi Wainnalillahirajiun.... Never thought that Tok Su will be leaving us forever. The last time I saw him was during my final trip back to Batu Pahat before I flew to UK. He was very healthy back then.. But God's willing...we who are just mere human being cannot do anything. I was down for today..but I don't want to show it...
Tok Su...Semoga Allah mencucuri roh mu... Ya Allah tempatkanlah Tok Su dikalangan orang yang beriman... Amin...
Kids at work
By TRIPTI LAHIRI
THE cream and orange cafe with scalloped windows on India’s National Highway 31 dubs itself the “Compleat Family Hotel”.
But the only children inside were small boys hard at work, clearing away the plates.
“I ran away from school because the teacher used to beat me,” said spindly-legged Mukesh Kumar, 12, speaking softly as he wiped a table, gesturing to a welt on his foot.
Kumar said he had been working full-time for three months, even though he is two years below the minimum age for employees in homes, hotels and restaurants, as set by a key 2006 amendment to India’s child labour laws.
He lives in Bihar, one of India’s poorest states. Millions of children across the country also endure the hard grind of working life, often labouring as many as 12 hours a day for paltry wages.
India, since passing a 1986 law that banned those under 14 years of age from working in hazardous industries such as fireworks manufacture, has slowly strengthened legislation against child labour.
The 2006 amendment €” passed two years ago this month €” criminalised many hidden aspects of the problem and was hailed as a major breakthrough.
But activists say the new laws have made little progress in ending a practice rooted in India’s dire poverty.
“It is all about international image building,” said Kailash Satyarthi, a prominent advocate against child labour, who accuses the government of lacking the political will to enforce the law.
”When there is pressure from other countries, you can just show them that you have this good law.”
Indian officials say approximately half a million children have been removed from work and sent back to their villages or special boarding schools over the last decade.
But the government cannot say whether the number of children rescued outpaces the number of new children sent to work.
In fact, no one can agree on how many children are employed illegally.
The last census, in 2001, put the number of child workers at 12.6 million, while a major household health survey released two years ago and cited by the United Nations, estimated it was closer to 30 million.
But Satyarthi puts the real number today as high as 60 million.
Child welfare advocates also fear that many of those saved from child labour soon return to work.
“Reintegration of these children back into mainstream society remains a challenge,” said Simrit Kaur, a Unicef child protection specialist.
“Children are removed from exploitative situations but without a clear rehabilitation mechanism, at times, they fall back to probably worse situations.”
Government labour officials say they are improving on the information used to tackle child labour.
“We want to know the actual numbers so we can target those children in a more effective manner,” said Shree Ram Joshi, an Indian labour official who expects a clearer picture to emerge from a major new survey next year.
Government authorities and activists agree that the best way to fight child labour is to improve education and family earnings €” though a few quick-fixes exist.
In the meantime, children often say they must work because they learn nothing at school and are sometimes ill-treated at home.
“My parents were not good.
“My mother used to beat me,” said Abhishek, a small round-faced boy who looked about 10, working as a delivery boy at a food stall in the heart of New Delhi.
He left his home, bordering Uttar Pradesh state, three months ago and now sleeps at the stall where he found work for 800 rupees (RM59) a month.
”This is the right thing for me now,” he said, insisting he was 14.
Years later, many child workers like Abhishek would resent their childhood spent at work.
Chitranjan Kumar Varma, 28, ran away from his teacher’s beatings and his parents, who wanted him to stay at school, to learn how to drive. Fifteen years later he earns the equivalent of about US$150 (RM523) a month.
“Now I feel bad I didn’t study. Now I understand what studying can bring you,” said Varma.
“I would have gone ahead in life. Now I can’t do anything but be a driver.” €” AFP
Taken from: http://thestar.com.my/education/story.asp?file=/2008/10/12/education/2199244&sec=education (The Star On-line, 12th October 2008)
n.b: Reading this article make me realise how lucky we are in Malaysia..
Sunday, 12 October 2008
isk rindu pula nak angkat & main-main dengan Danish..Mesti dia dah besar ::