Friday, July 10, 2009

Maths and Science in BM ?! =.=


i feel sad and disappointned with the decision made by the government regarding teaching science and maths in BM.

Yes, at the time being, teachers and students from rural area might find it difficult to cope with it (teaching science and maths in english), but as the time goes by,it is the time for students and teachers to take initiative to brush up their english, student and teacher will find it useful especially in university either in science or business related studies. Malaysian Government shouldnt make the choice for the student, in fact the government should let the students who experienced all the 6 yrs of studying maths and science in english voice out their concern. It is not only the exam result of the students that matters, is the LIFE AFTER A STUDENT who study maths and science in english that is important.i think the study that malaysian government conducted doesnt show a clear and big picture of student's future,it only reflects opinions and suggestion by the public NOT the students themselves.the government should extend the study to 10 years to see the difference.Learn english does not mean we ignore the importance of Bahasa Malaysia or our mother tongue. Infact learning more languages is an adwantage. If given choice, human being would choose easy way out. Leaders of country must do what is best for their CITIZENS. Should not listen to the small group who refuse and have mental block. Those against PPSMI are the teachers who can't catch up with english.

They don't represent the majority of parents who wish their children to be better in english and have bright future, only that they are not given a chance to have a say on this issue. So i would like to suggest that parents are involved in decision making by referendum. many are silent and talking in the coffee shop becouse the don't know how to send the message to the leaders of this country.

i do not see any benefits of studying these subjects in BM! okay, maybe BM is our "bahasa ibunda" and we need to appreciate our language, but in other case, there's no other reason to study BM for science and maths.

If we students study these subjects in BM, how are we suppose to catch up and cope with the stress if we're suppose to study these in English when we go to college or form 6?

Furthermore, there will be a lesser chance of us to get a scholarship from other countries or to study in countries like Australia, England etc. etc.

It's not like we don't study BM, we have a compulsory subject which we must pass in SPM or PMR in order to further our studies. Sejarah and Pendidikan Moral is in BM too, and i don't get the point of studying Moral as the crime rate in our country is still pretty high though we study Moral as a compulsory subject.

I would STRONGLY STRONGLY DISAGREE PPSMI as a student, and i think most of the english educated student will disagree too. And i do not know if anyone would read this but i just can't bear it anymore but to voice out my oppinion.

Singapore doesn't study BM, and they are even well known than Malaysia. America doesn't study BM too, they are more advanced than Malaysia. Therefore, English is very important, especially in subjects like Science and maths, nobody is gonna listen to you if you speak BM in other countries, therefore, learning BM as a subject-- Bahasa Malaysia is enough.

If anyone is offended, I'm sorry but this is only my opinion.


Monday, July 6, 2009



Shocking news...
A student in my sch got PREGNANT! OMG...
When i heard this news, i was like so shocked =.=

Feel so sad for her... Her bf left her, nt willing 2 be responsible 4 it.

Hope she'd be fine tho. hope she wont think of ABORTION....
The infant is innocent.....

all the best 2 her.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Kem Kepimpinan PRS Limbang,

Back frm Limbang~~ lols the trip was quite fun, but... =.=
Omg, the accomodation- the hostel we stayed in was so dirty and dusty. T.T
And, the water in the hostel bathroom was so little that we hav no choice but to run all the way 2 the public toilet to take our bath.=.=

Well the trip was not bad, we get to know alot of fwens that r frm diff family backgrounds, diff races, diff religion bla bla bla...
I think this camp is reli benefitcial. I learnt abt teamwork... leadership skills....Love between diff races... =)

Sadly, our phone was confiscated by the camp commander till the last day. Everyone must surrender their phones. So i couldnt manage 2 snap the pics of the activities =(

Lol well we departed frm Kuching on Sunday morning.... And reached Limbang at Monday afternoon.. haha long trip~ We checked in to the Dewan Suarah Limbang hostel. Omg when i once enter my room.... i almost fainted.


It was dirty n no maintainence de. Omg. The bathroom even worst.
At that instant, i feel like going home. T.T
I miss my family...

Well we had ice breaking on the 1st nite. Quite fun lol.

The nxt morning, we hav 2 wake up as early as 4am 2 get ourselves ready 4 Kuliah Moral on 5am. =.=

We went jungle trekking at Kampung Tanjong, which we got ourselves so dirty wif mud and soil.... lol... The villagers at Kampung Tanjong was friendly. They welcomed us wif their local specialties like vry rare kuih and stuffs and traditional dances.

Next, we went 2 the river behind Kampung Tanjong 2 fish.
Haha the boys do the fishing while the girls set up fire,cleaned the catch and roasted the poor fishes.
We had an enjoyable meal. Haha.

We also carried our Khidmat Masyarakat, which we went 2 a malay kampong 2 pay a single mother with 15 kids a visit.
Her husband passed away last yr and she had 2 look after the kids by herself. The youngest is only primary 5..

Their kampong hze was vry old and looked as if its going to collapse at any second.
I feel much sympathy 4 them....
We helped her 2 clean the hze, carry out basic hze chores, cooked...

When we're on the way back to Kuching, we stopped at Bintulu 4 a nite.
We stayed at SMK Teknik Bintulu.
The hostel there was 100 times worst than the hostel at Limbang.

The mattress was so old n dusty,with lizard dung still.... =.=
My gosh.
I kept telling myself tat : " aly! SABAR... jz one more nite...."

U cnt imagine how happy i was when i finally reached home the nxt day!!
I straightaway took a warm nice bath which i hadnt had in the last few days,
and jumped into my bed and slept till noon the nxt morning.

Here are some photos i took.

Dinner at Bintulu

Friday, June 26, 2009

Michael Jackson... Rest In Peace...

Michael Jackson the singer was also Michael Jackson the billion-dollar business.

Yet after selling more than 61 million albums in the U.S. and having a decade-long attraction open at Disney theme parks, the "King of Pop" died Thursday at age 50 reportedly awash in about $400 million in debt, on the cusp of a final comeback after well over a decade of scandal.

Michael Jackson was due to make his triumphant return to the stage in London next month — but instead his sudden death has left millions of fans feeling they've lost a lifelong friend.

The dramatic death of the brilliant singer seemed to obscure his recent controversies and kindle warmer memories of Jackson the child star and Jackson the show-stopping, moonwalking headliner.
Word of Jackson's death jolted nearly everyone, from a young man in Colombia who was named after the King of Pop, to Malaysians who named a soy drink for him, to a generation of people around the world who have tried, in vain, to moonwalk.

A pedestrian in Times Square holds up a sign while a silhouette of Michael Jackson is displayed on a billboard in New York on Thursday.

Michael Jackson and Elizabeth Taylor arrive at a Sept. 7, 2001, concert celebrating the 30 years of Jackson's career. The two stars had been longtime friends, and Taylor is godmother to two of Michael's children.

After his divorce he got himself a new woman.

Fans mourn the death of pop icon Michael Jackson on Thursday in Los Angeles, California

Michael Jackson holds a towel-covered Prince Michael II over the balcony of a Berlin hotel on Nov. 19, 2002. Jackson later called the incident a "terrible mistake," but the image of him dangling his baby son out a window shocked even many die-hard fans. And his reputation was to receive far worse damage just a few months later.

Michael Jackson and then wife Lisa Marie Presley are seen at Neverland Ranch in preparation of the Children's World Summit in April 1995. Presley would file for divorce less than a year later, prompting speculation about just what had inspired the relationship.

Michael Jackson performs the moonwalk during "Billie Jean" for the first time on television's "Motown 25," a tribute to Berry Gordy. The dance move that would become Michael's trademark stunned viewers and the crowd, and marked his imminent crowning as the King of Pop.

Michael Jackson and French mime Marcel Marceau clowning for the cameras at the Beacon Theatre in New York on Dec. 4, 1995.

A cameraman photographs Michael Jackson and Oprah Winfrey in January 1993. This was the year Jackson was first accused of child molestation, and he took an opportunity on a 90-minute Oprah TV special to address the charges. The criminal allegations eventually were dropped, but Jackson reportedly paid as much as $25 million to settle the claims.

During a May 1984 ceremony at the White House, Michael Jackson accepts a Presidential Award from President Reagan as first lady Nancy Reagan looks on. Jackson was honored as a model for American youth, and for lending his hit song "Beat It" to a new campaign against drunk driving.

Michael Jackson stands with a group of dancers dressed as zombies while filming his 1983 video "Thriller." "Thriller" was revolutionary in the music industry. The zombie-themed minimovie put MTV on the map and essentially confirmed music videos as an art form of their own. The album sold 25 million copies in the United States alone.

Michael Jackson and Diana Ross hold their American Music Awards in L.A. Jackson won for favorite soul album and Ross won for favorite female soul vocalist.

Michael Jackson performs in concert during a 1981 tour with his brothers. During the tour, Michael began writing down ideas for a solo project that blossomed into the highest selling album of all time

Michael Jackson at the opening of "The Wiz." The 1978 movie musical was the first time the pop star worked with legendary producer Quincy Jones, who would soon produce Jackson's breakout solo album "Off the Wall," and eventually the "Thriller" album as well. Jackson's "Wiz" co-star was friend and mentor Diana Ross

The Jackson 5 perform in Los Angeles on a 1970s Bob Hope TV special. Michael continued to front the band, but his solo career was already on the rise, starting with 1971's "Got to Be There."

Thursday, June 25, 2009