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Monday, March 31, 2008

Qing Ming

My friend told me that these tombs look scary... Is it true? Did u see any suspicious shadow in these photos or during ur qing ming?

Anyway, remember to pay ur ancestor a visit during qing ming... although it look scary, smoky, and under the heat of sun... It's really worth it and that's the only way to show our respect to them... once a year.

Major Blow to DAP

Perak DAP received a slap on their face when 1 of their newly-elected Buntong state assemblyperson A Sivasubramaniam has quit the party over the lack of Indian Malaysians in Perak's state cabinet. Is there any conspiracy of buying over??... or maybe a step by DAP to pleased the Indian community in Perak?? Only Uncle Lim will know about it ^^

The situation is critical now in Perak, where the state government will change hand again... coz the coalition party of DAP-PKR-PAS will have 30 state assemblyperson vs 28 from BN. The gap is narrower and anything can happen in Perak!!

A. Sivasubramaniam changed his mind after six hours and retracted his resignation.

Friday, March 28, 2008

My 1st........ and Their 1st?

Very paiseh (shy).... this is my 1st time to update my blog in Starbucks. It's ok to be 1st than never.

As everyone had their 1st... so do the politician.

Guan Eng can be 1st time be a CM of Penang... can Najib be 1st time to challenge Pak Lah and become 1st his life to be PM on this December?

As many had predicted he wont challenge Pak Lah and will be a good Deputy for time being... coz Najib is not Anwar and Abdullah is not Mahathir.

The different between both of them is.... Anwar start his politic career from grass-root and gain support from his politic movement, academic, commitment and bravery.

But... Najib did it the other way round. His support is formed by politic itself and by the legasy of his father.

Anwar is built through revolution and Najib is built by the short-cut of evolution.

Who will be the 1st time new PM?... The race is just began... counting down to 15 April... Good luck to all!

Monday, March 24, 2008

Thunderstorm In Terengganu!!

Terenggnu will force to held a state assembly election... just after 14 days of the 12th GE.

The newly appointed MB of Terengganu, Datuk Ahmad Said, have 90 days to regain the support from the DUN b4 he may dissolve the state assembly... and the situation became worst from bad after Datuk Ahmad Said was dismissed as the member of UMNO.

Now, Teregganu facing 4 possible situations:

1.) The Sultan of Terengganu dismiss the appointment of Datuk Ahmad Said as MB, or

2.) Datuk Ahmad Said step down as MB, or

3.) Sultan of Terengganu dissolve the state assembly, or

4.) Datuk Ahmad Said dissolve the state assembly after 90 days.

Which of the above will be ur favourite ending of the story?

No matter what the ending is, it will be the 1st that were happened in Malaysia history... Seems like the Sultan is challenging the UMNO...

What will be the outcome??... let's wait and see...

Sunday, March 23, 2008

That's Why We Are The Champion

MU 3 : Liverpool 0

With just 7 matches left, MU were one step closer from retaining its league title... They are 6 points ahead of Arsenal. Brown, Ronaldo and Nani socred one each.

Hopefully, Chelsea and Arsenal will draw today... Let our fingers cross.

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Congratulation DK Boy!!

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

That's My Initial

From Ms Tan to Mrs Robinson...

Congratulation Lisa and Barry!! Sorry for didn't show up during ur registration... fyi, they are on their way to Ireland... Do chat with me in MSN!! ^^

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Yeah!!... AP Queen is Oust...

Yeah!! AP Queen, UMNO Puteri Leader, Rafidah Aziz is oust.... I like u so much Pak Lah!!... I just hate her so much!!

....and the Mr. Khairy... remain as 4th Floor advisor to Pak Lah... hahaha... ;)

Sunday, March 16, 2008

An Email to PM

While I'm enjoying the "Bah The Soh" biscuit gave by our ex-transport minister, Dato' Seri Chan Kong Choy, I wrote an email to Pak Lah through http://www.warkahuntukpm.com.my/.

The content of the email is:


Saya baru menonton demonstrasi Hindraf dari YouTube.com, apakah berbezaan antara demonstrasi antara Hindraf dan demonstrasi jalanan yang dianjurkan UMNO di Pulau Pinang baru-baru ini? Sebagai ketua untuk Hindraf, mereka yang sebagai ketua telah ditahan di bawah ISA. Apakah penjelasan YAB tentang demonstrasi yang dianjurkan oleh UMNO? Siapa yang akan bertanggungjawap dan akan dihukum terhadap perkara tersebut? Adakah ini ialah budaya bangsa kita?

Sebagai rakya Pulau Pinang, saya inginkan kemajuan ekonomi, perpaduan, kemakmuran, kedamain dan kesamarataan di tanahair yang tercinta ini.

Saya berharap YAB akan menjawab soalan yang dimainkan dalam kepala saya, semoga Malaysia akan disanjung tinggi di persada dunia.

Sekian terima kasih.

Yang menunggu jawapan…

I hope PM will reply my mail... I'm eagerly waiting for his +ve reply... Hopefully I won't be detain under ISA... May GOD bless me and Malaysia ^^

Update: 17 March 2008, 8:30pm
This was the reply from PM, -.-

How to Deal With Defeat... Let's Face It!!

To all politicians and friends, here are some tips on how to deal with defeat... learn and u will appreciate!

> Don’t make excuses and blame others for their shortcomings.

> Don’t sulk but stand up tall and make a vow to yourself that you’ll be better next time.

> Try to see humour in defeated situations as there is always something to laugh at, instead of crying.

> View the terrible situation positively and recognise that you are being taught a lesson.

> If you are feeling down, try to think of all the good times in your life.

> Keep your cool in a defeated situation as they are challenges thrown in your path by fate in order to test you.

> Know your strength as there is nothing lost by discarding your faults.

> Keep your expectations low but your responsibilities high.

> Know your capabilities and feel confident about them.

> Don’t allow past memories to chain you down and slow your movements towards a bright future.

> When the going gets tough, the tough gets going.

> Use criticism to improve and grow.

> Heed your heart and it will pinpoint right from wrong.

> Remember no one can change the inevitable. Accepting this prevents undue frustration and misery.

> In taking revenge a man is but equal to his enemy but in passing it over he is his superior.

Sunday Metro

Sunday March 16, 2008

DAP Thanksgiving Dinner, Penang

7 days after winning Penang state government, DAP prepared a thanksgiving dinner for all the volunteers and supporters at Koay Association, Macalister Road, Penang (just opposite Gerakan main branch)… Since I’m the volunteer who served as polling and counting agent at Air Putih, I was invited.

Most of the YB of DAP who won their state and parliament seat in whole Malaysia attended the dinner…

YAB Lim Guan Eng speach Part 1

YAB Lim Guan Eng speach Part 2

YAB Lim Guan Eng speach Part 3

YAB Lim Guan Eng speach Part 4

YAB Lim Guan Eng speach Part 5

YAB Lim Guan Eng speach Part 6

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Malays Are Not Ignored

All Penangite,

Please support our newly elected CM and let him to perform... don't condemn him in his 1st 4 days in power.

News from The Star:
Saturday March 15, 2008

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said that, being a Penangite, he will not allow the DAP-led state government to ignore the plight of Penang Malays.

“Some irresponsible people are trying to fan the fire alleging that I have betrayed the Penang Malays whose plight was not looked into under the previous administration. We will not overlook the problems of Malay petty traders.”

“These people are merely sore losers, he said, and urged them “not to stir up the hornets’ nest.”

“Give Guan Eng a chance to prove himself. He is only four days into the Chief Minister’s post and people are already attacking him.”

Endanger Public Peace and National Security??!!

News from The Star:
Saturday March 15, 2008

I would question En. Abu Backer Sidek Mohamad Zan, are the youth who demonstrate publicly is seditious, racist, irresponsible and may endanger public peace and national security? Did he lodge a police report on this matter??

NEP Ended In 1991, MAPEN In Place Now, Says Abdullah

According to Bernama, NEP ended in 1991, MAPEN in place now... So, there is no need for any protest... The government need to educate Malaysian and don't twisted all the facts...


News from Bernama:
March 10, 2008 23:35 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, March 10 (Bernama) -- Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said the issue of abolishing the New Economic Policy (NEP) raised by the opposition parties should not have come up as the policy ended in 1991.

Since then, the government has set up the National Economic Consultative Council (MAPEN) to be responsible for planning the development of the country's economy.

"Through MAPEN, many policies had been agreed upon for implementation by the government and among the policies were two policies taken from the NEP, with one being the overall eradication of poverty irrespective of race, and the second dealt with distribution," he said at a press conference after chairing the Umno Supreme Council and Barisan Nasional Supreme Council meeting here today.

Abdullah was replying to questions on plans by the opposition parties, which won several state governments in the recent election, to abolish the NEP.

He said the government would continue to holistically carry out its poverty eradication programmes considering that hard core poverty still existed.

"We have continued to implement the programmes until today as poverty still exist including hardcore poverty even if the percentage has been reduced significantly from the past.

"And this has been one of our successes because we had persisted. We did not assume that there was nothing to be done just because the NEP was over," he said.

On the policy of distribution (of wealth), he said the government has been distributing fairly in line with the economic progress made.

By distributing fairly, the government has not taken to robbing any one section in order to give it to another section, he said.

"That is why we are carrying on with our development, working so that our economy would continue to expand and grow," he said.


Friday, March 14, 2008

I was there again... Penang Street Demonstration

Yes... I was there again, to witness the headline… This was my 1st time in Penang to experience the demonstration by the Malays youth which lead by the UMNO after BN lost the 12th GE, the demo was lead by Penang Umno secretary Azhar Ibrahim… All the road nearby Komtar had been closed… all shops in Prangin Mall also closed, massive traffic jam around Penang and Penang bridge, road block all over Georgetown… But the situation there never frighten me… coz it’s an under-controlled demonstration.

Why they demo so publicly? Do they have any permit from police? Why the FRU didn’t use the water canon or tear gas to chase the protestors away? May be there are some conspiracy behind all this!!

We Penangite love peace!! Rumuors said they are all imported from other state and disturb the stability of Penang… Please respect the result of the 12th GE!! To all “foreigner” don’t disturb Penang anymore!! Our Penang government needs time to settle down and improve our state.

From my observation, the crowd gathered there were around 500, much much less than the Ceramah held by the DAP… and my advice to all friends… Malays, Chinese and Indians…. Don’t respond to the act of these youth. As Pak Lah (anyway Pak Lah is the president of UMNO) said b4 that’s not the culture of Malaysian… they are trying to provoke the emotion of all races… stay away from them!! Let the police handle it….

So, please!! Don’t demonstrate in Penang!! Demonstrate it in Pak Lah’s home town … If Malays had been sidelined, it’s the fault of the system implemented by the federal government and it’s nothing to do with the newly born Penang government!!

Respect the Law and Election result of Malaysia!! We need peace!!

p/s: very curious... if the police read the Star, then they will know who the organizer is... why the police didn't arrest anyone? They don't dare? Is the ISA still implemented? What the UMNO leader did are very irresponsible and will provoke racist crisis... I hope the police will take action ASAP.

News from MalaysiaKini:
Mar 14, 08 2:58pm

Some 500 Umno members and supporters staged a brief protest outside the Penang state government office in Komtar this afternoon.

The crowd - which gathered there after Friday prayers around 2.30pm - chanted slogans such as 'Don’t sideline the Malays' and 'Do not abolish the NEP'.Upon being instructed by the police, the crowd dispersed some 15 minutes later. No untoward incidents were reported.

The protest, led by Penang Umno secretary Azhar Ibrahim, to protest Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's declaration that the new DAP-led state government would do away with the New Economic Policy (NEP) policies.

Earlier today, Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan had warned that the gathering in Komtar would be declared illegal and arrests would be made against the protestors.

However, no arrests were made this afternoon.

FRU in Formation, armed with shield, tear gas, riffle and baton.

Water canon truck by FRU.

FRU's Commander

Courtesy of The Star

video from penang media, did u notice that children r bring along during the demo? Can Pak Lah explain y they r there?

This video clip showing the FRU chased away the protestors.

FRU in formation.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Goodbye Sam!!

PDC Project (Bayan Mutiara)

Here are some project by the PDC... I'm trying to promote it here... I hope it will help the Penang government.... It's located at the side of the coastal highway b4 Queensbay Mall. Btw, Phase 1 of the bungalow project sold out d... Hmm... don't worry the 2nd phase will be launched soon... remember to book it earlier ^^

Oh ya, about the price... It's between 1.5M to 2M++

Semi-D Twin Bungalow

Premium Bungalow

Gardenview Bungalow

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

The Moment of New Chapter...

Supporters and reporters were waiting for the unofficial result @ DAP's Air Putih
YAB Lim Guan Eng addressing the supporters after he won the Air Putih State Assembly seat
YB Chow Kon Yeow, pre-press conference...

All the reporters were waiting eagerly the arrival of the new CM of Pg
YB Jeff Ooi busy with his laptop...

YB Ng Wei Aik (Komtar)

YB Jeff Ooi (Jelutong)

YB Ramasamy (Batu Kawan)

YB Liew Chin Tong (Bukit Bendera)

YB Chong Eng (Bukit Mertajam)

I'm Invited

I'm invited to attend the thanksgiving dinner which is organised by DAP at Koay Association, macalister Road, at 6pm on this Saturday. I'm honour to be there.

All of the volunteer for the 12th GE at Air Putih (where YAB Lim Guan Eng contested his Penang state assembly) are invited... Hopefully YAB Lim will be there too.

Good night Penang!

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Guan Eng Sworn in as Penang CM

Air Putih state assemblyperson and DAP secretary general Lim Guan Eng was just sworn as Penang’s fourth chief minister. His salary to be expected to reach RM30k/month.

... and the 1st thing he did for Penangite is to waive all summonses of hawker licences and parking offences in MPPP & MPSP.

Is it a possitive move? Let's think a bout it.

Monday, March 10, 2008

The People May Have to Pay a Price for Their Decision!!??

Sungai Petani losing BN candidate Zainuddin Maidin, quoted in The Star today:

"It is not that they love PKR or PAS more that they voted against me. The Chinese showed their resentment because of the economic backlash they often complained about. So, PAS and PKR should not be overly proud of their win (in Kedah). The people may have to pay a price for their decision."

Zainuddin Maidin is trying to threaten the rakyat? Are the rakyat don't have the right to choose? Please don't make such a comment! Please respect the democracy system.

Trivia from the 2008 polls

Barisan Nasional only gained about 51 percent of the popular vote from the 7.9 million ballots cast on Saturday.

However, it took 63 percent of the seats contested - or 140 of 222 seats in Parliament.

Interestingly, its peninsula-wide popular vote was only 49.79 per cent, which effectively means that the opposition received the majority vote.

When converted to parliamentary seats, BN won 85 of the constituencies in the peninsula, while the opposition won in 80.

In 2004, BN won about 64 percent of the popular vote nationwide and 92 percent of the 219 parliamentary seats on offer then.

As the dust settles on the 12th general election, we highlight more quirky facts and figures.

Election trivia

• The youngest candidate was PKR’s Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad, who is 26. He defeated Seri Setia incumbent Seripa Noli Syed Hussin.
The oldest candidate was grandma Maimun Yusuf, 89, who contested in the Kuala Terengganu parliamentary seat.

• 56 also-rans from opposition parties and independent candidates lost their deposits after failing to secure one-eighth of the votes cast.

• The largest majority was won by DAP’s Teresa Kok against BN’s Carol Chew, by 36,492 votes in the Seputeh parliamentary seat in Kuala Lumpur.
The smallest majority was just 14 votes for BN’s Hamdi Abu Bakar who beat Abu Bakar Haji Hussain of PAS in the Pengkalan Baharu state seat in Perak.

• Four pivotal players in the Lingam tape scandal also won: Loh Gwo Burne (who recorded the footage), Wee Choo Keong (lawyer who represented VK Lingam’s brother during the inquiry) and R Sivarasa and Sim Tze Tzin (listed as witnesses but eventually not called). All four are from PKR.

• There will be two ‘lone rangers’ in Parliament: Zulhasnan Rafique, the sole BN survivor in Kuala Lumpur’s 11 parliamentary seats - he took Setiawangsa; and DAP’s Chong Chieng Jen who won Bandar Kuching in Sarawak - the remaining 30 parliamentary seats went to BN.

• The biggest number of candidates was in the Sukau state seat, Sabah, where eight candidates ran, including five Independents.

Debutant politicians

Prominent blogger Jeff Ooi - whose campaign was done online and funds were raised through his website - won the Jelutong parliamentary seat in Penang for DAP. Other bloggers are Tony Pua (DAP, Petaling Jaya Utara parliamentary seat), Elizabeth Wong (PKR, Bukit Lanjan state seat) and Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad (PKR, Seri Setia state seat).

Civil society activists who succeeded were Charles Santiago (DAP, water-privatisation issues), Edward Lee (DAP, local community), Elizabeth Wong and R Sivarasa (PKR, human rights).

Biggest blows

The losses in BN component parties will result in vacancies in various ministries, forcing a cabinet reshuffle.

S Samy Vellu (works ministry)

Shahrizat Abdul Jalil (women, family and community development ministry)
Zainuddin Maidin ( information ministry)
Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin (rural and territory development ministry)

Deputy ministers:
Chia Kwang Chye (information ministry)

G Palanivel (women, family and community development)
Tan Chai Ho (home ministry)
V Veerasingam (domestic trade and consumer affairs ministry)

Sothinathan (natural resources and environment ministry)
Donald Lim (tourism ministry)Fu Ah Kiow (internal security ministry)
M Kayveas (Prime Minister’s Department)

Parliamentary secretaries:
Chew Mei Fun (women, family and community development ministry)

P Komala Devi (education ministry)
Lee Kah Choon (health ministry)
Ng Lip Yong (plantation industries and commodities ministry)
S Vigneswaran (youth and sports ministry)
Rahman Ibrahim (home ministry)
Dr Mohd Ruddin Ab Ghani (science, technology and innovation ministry)
Yew Teong Look (federal territories ministry)


A very creative logo which combined all the coalition party which are running the state of Penang, Kedah, Kelantan, Perak and Selangor and she also suggested that the new party name will be DKP (DAP, Keadilan & PAS).

courtesy of lorrissa

Please Help My Friend, He Need A Job Badly!!

H... My friend is looking for a job. His education background is ok. He has been working with Malaysian government for more than 30 years. His last position was Works Minister with Malaysian Government. He is jobless since yesterday. Please help him.

Thank you very much!

HIS PROFILE ==> http://www.mic.org.my/MIC/PProfile.aspx

KLCI Dropped 10.7%

KLCI faced a sharp drop, 1st trading day after the 12th Malaysia General Election... It hit lowest point at 1157.47 drop 138.86 point... The share which hurt the most are Government Link Companies (GLC)... Oh! May GOD bless the KLCI...

DAP & PKR Victory Press Conference @ Penang

Press Confernce Part 1

Press Conference Part 2

Press Conference Part 3

Press Conference Part 4

My Timeline of 12th General Election

8th March 2008

12 am: Attended the last ceramah held by DAP at Perak Lane... Police track passed by at 11:45pm, the crowd started to go home... prepared to be the 'boss' at 8 am.

1 am: Reach home after sending KH back to his house, goto bed.

8 am: Woke up.

9 am: Went to Dim Sum House with my family and took our bfast.

10 am: Arrived SM Padang Polo, where I casted my ballots.

10:30 am: Arrived SRK Residensi... my mom casted he votes.

11 am: At SM Union... my dad and sis turn...

11:30 am: Reached home, bath and prepared myself with the red t-shirt.

12:30 pm: Reached the DAP's booth @ SRJK Kong Min (Pusat), where I met SH and took a pack of chicken rice from our Stood Master (SM)... KH was late!!... nvm, he only is a reserved polling agent ^^

12:50 pm: After a short brief by SM, I picked up my gears and headed to the classroom... I was located in Stream 4.

1 pm: After submitted my form to Ketua Tempat Mengundi (KTM), my job as polling agent started... I was a bit nervous... I told myself to settle down as soon as possible... checked the voting list and recount the attendance.

4 pm: After sat there for 3 hours, it's time for nature call...

4:45 pm: Last voter entered the classroom and casted her votes.

5 pm: The election process closed.

5:30 pm: Counting process started.

6:30 pm: Parliament ballots counted... DAP's Liew Chin Tong had the majority vote!!

7:30 pm: State ballots counted... DAP's Lim Guan Eng had the majority vote!!

8 pm: Received a call from KH... he informed me that according to unofficial result, DAP Penang leading the State seat by 14 - 0... I rushed to Air Putih branch, Lim Guan Eng and Ng Wei Aik were there.

8:30 pm: Lim Guan Eng gave his speach, he told everyone to stay calm and dont over react... no road celebration is allowed, he urged all the supporters procede to Red Rock Hotel for Press Conference.

9 pm: Arrived Red Rock Hotel... everyone waited eagerly for the official result... rumour rose around... Pak Lah lost, Khalid lost, Najib lost, Ong Ka Ting lost... but all are rumours...

9:30 pm: Unofficial result, DAP & PKR won 21 seats of State... where both of the party won the simple majority to form a state govrnment in Penang... It's a new chapter of political history in Penang and Malaysia. DAP forming its 1st governmet, after 41 years of the history of DAP.

10 pm: News about the fall of Perak, Kedah, Kelantan and finally Selangor were received... KC, KF, KE, HT, EH, etc called in for latest result... KH and I waited for press conference.

10:30 pm: YB Chow Kon Yeow... accompany by YB Ng Wei Aik... the told the press that Tan Sri Koh Tsu Koon contacted YB Chow at 9pm and admitted the lost of Penang to DAP and PKR. Tan Sri Koh hoped that the transition of power will be smooth.

9th March 2008

12 am: After a short meeting with PKR leaders, YB Lim Guan Eng arrived and held the press confrence with all the DAP and PKR YB of State and Parliament. He urge that no big celebration was allowed. PKR will give all the support to DAP, and hope that YB Lim will be the next Chief Minister (CM)... He also hoped that BN will be a constuctive opposition.

12:30 am: Fetched KH back to his house.

1:30 am: Reached home... Watched tv3, Pak Lah announced that he will form and lead the newly born government by the simple majority that BN won in this election, BN 2/3 majority was denied by the opposition!

2 am: Blog down the important moment of Malysian History.

4am: Went to bed... Sweet Dream...zZzZzZzZ.....

Sunday, March 09, 2008

Samy says ‘Goodbye’ on His Birthday

After defending the seat for nine terms since 1974, MIC’s 71-year-old president S Samy Vellu made a quick exit upon learning his defeat. According to nstonline, on his way out, Samy Vellu could only muster a "goodbye" to reporters and supporters present at the convention hall.

The MIC stalwart lost to Dr D Jeyakumar who has been contesting against him since 1999. In the previous polls four years ago, Samy Vellu defeated the latter with a majority of 10,349 votes. This time around, Jeyakumar, who stood on PKR ticket, garnered 16,874 votes to Samy Vellu's 14,408. Many of his supporters were seen crying when he left the hall.

It's the time for BN to change...

Can You Believe It? It's A Change!!

Malaysian Malaysia... Is it possible in Malaysia? With this slogan, DAP have won the heart of the Chinese in the 12th Malaysia General Election... and with the Anwar effect, PKR have won the heart of the Malays with the support of the multi-racial ethnics... which hoping for a fair and eqaulity in Malaysia.

The losses of MCA and MIC, show that the Chinese and Indian ethnic had lost confident on them. As a Malaysian, I think it's time for the Malaysian government reconsider all it's previous policy and suit it with the need of all.

DAP and PKR won Penang, BN lost it 2/3 majority in the Parliament.... please... BN and the other politic observers dont point the finger to the voters and Anwar!!

That's a voice of rakyat which need a change, if the BN can reinvent, so do the rakyat in Malaysia will support them in the next election.... If the BN still in the sweet dream and feel they already do well in this election, they may pay a heavy price in next election...

Listen to the voice of rakyat, not a certain portion of ppl around BN, that's may be the key for them in the future.

Hidup Malaysia, may all live in peace and prospurous!! Good night Malaysia, may god bless you and move forward Malaysia!!

Friday, March 07, 2008

Hot In DAP Cramah At Han Chiang!

Massive traffic jammed in Jln Ayer Itam, Jln Free School and Jln Masjid Negeri... All of the penangite were gathered in Han Chiang High School Field. All of them were eager for a change. Some said the attendace reach 60k and someone said thare were 70k ppl there... and DAP collected a total of RM123,000 donation as their election fund. Once again, I was there too... to monitor a historical moment!

Click here and here for more converage.

Click here for the result fo the 2008 Malaysia General Election.

8th March 2008: Born of A New Malaysian Government

Tomorrow, less than 24 hours from now, Malaysian will come out and vote for a new Malaysian government. It's an important day to all of us, after all the ceramah (talk) that we had heard and participated (the greatest was the one held by DAP and PKR at Hang Chiang High School field, Penang on the night of 6th Marth 2008),we have to decide and choose a calon (candidate) and party to represent us in the state and parliament assembly.

Please come out and vote, every ballot count!!

If you are a DAP supporter, you may wear a red shirt/t-shirt to give them a moral support... you will not be alone... coz you will notice that a lot of ppl in the polling station will wear RED too.

This will be my and our team "in action" t-shirt, it's in red and you will notice the same t-shirt inside the polling station (don't be surprise) tomorrow... we work as a team... United We Play, United We Win!

Fyi, I'll be placed in SRJK(C) Kong Ming, Air Putih, where DAP's Secretary General Lim Guan Eng will contest the state seat there... All the best to you!

Lets vote for a change... Just Chage It! 改国运,你决定!

Happy election and women day!! Let's move foward for a harmony, peace and equal Malaysia. Rermember every ballot and voice count!

See you all tomorrow!

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Who's the BOSS??

Who's the boss? Government or the Rakyat?? The answer is.... The Rakyat!!

We are the tax payer and have the right to select any party to lure the country...

Don't be affraid to vote on 8 March 2008, no one can stop u!

Voting for Opposition doesn't mean we don't love this country... we just need a change.

March 6: Another Big Ceramah at Han Chiang

Please Wear Red, the DAP colour!!

Venue: Han Chiang Indoor Stadium
Date: 6 March 2008
Time: 8pm till 12pm
Key Speaker: Lim Kit Siang, Kak Wan, Karpal Singh, Lim Guan Eng, etc.

DAP are making arrangement to accommodate over 10,000 people with close-circuit big screens. As parking space is limited to several hundreds, you are kindly advised to park away from the school compound and take a short walk.

It's a wrapping-up ceramah, please come in red (and paint the whole town red) to rally for change.

If you received any SMS saying the March 6 DAP Ceramah is to be held at PISA (Relau), it's false.

Bring umbrella in case it rains and remember to wear RED!!

Note: There will be only a DAP's ceramah in Penang on 6 March 2008, which will be held at Han Chiang Indoor Stadium. So, let's gather at Han Chiang to make a big change!!

Dr M tells voters: We need an opposition

“I believe in an opposition. I have always maintained that this country needs an opposition and they should be critical of the government without which we don’t have a mirror to look at our faces. We think that we are very beautiful but it is the opposition that keeps telling us (that may not be true)."

“You know the government member (of parliament), sometimes they are ‘ahli bodek’ (apple polishers). They are always saying ‘you’re right’, and you have no means of assessing whether you are going in the right direction or not.”

He told Malaysiakini in an exclusive interview today that it would be a “disaster” if the country “loses its opposition” as in Singapore.

To read more on this article through malaysia.com, click here.

Polling and Counting Agent Needed For DAP!!

Brother and sister.... DAP in your area need a lot of polling and counting agent to help them and observe the process of election on 8th March 2008. Every Malaysian at the age of 21 and above are welcome to be part of us.... you no need to be DAP member.

I'll atending the agent's briefing tomorrow, and will focus on the election start from tomorrow night as sucker will come back from KLk and join in the force too!!

Click here to download the from and pass it to ur nearest DAP operation room or pass it to me ^^

Everyone to their part for a change!!



Monday, March 03, 2008

再转变, 投火箭!!

Great job and very creative by the DAP!!
再转变, 投火箭!! Use the Gerakan banner and convert it to their usage.

Sunday, March 02, 2008

Chinese Education in Malaysia

With reference to the wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysian_Chinese... here are the summary from wikipedia...

"The Chinese national-type school received less than 3% of total fundings for all primary schools"

A large segment of the Chinese population living in Malaysia is predominantly Chinese-speaking, they are commonly known as the "Chinese-educated". Malaysia is also one of two countries outside mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, to have a completely Chinese-medium education system. Canada is the other country, but such schools are usually private schools. There are roughly 1,300 Chinese public primary schools (national-type schools) in Malaysia that are all partially government funded (where the wages of teachers are paid by the government while the up-keeping of school buildings is funded by local communities in forms of donations).

The Chinese national-type school received less than 3% of total fundings for all primary schools. Mandarin is the language of instruction for all subjects except in Malay and English language classes. In the 1960s, all but 16 of the Chinese secondary schools had received government funding and had been converted into National Secondary Schools (Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan)[citation needed], but the term "National-type Secondary Schools" is used internally until today to show that they were once Chinese Schools. They first used English but later on used Bahasa Malaysia as the language of instruction. Today, there are 60 Chinese secondary schools that are supported financially mostly by the public.

These are called Chinese Independent High Schools. Mandarin is the main language of instruction in these private schools except Bahasa Malaysia and English, but some schools use either Malay or English in selected subjects. In 2004, according to statistical data, 90% of all Malaysian Chinese attend Chinese primary schools (The figure was around 70% in 1970). Among the 600,000 Chinese primary school students, roughly 10% are of non-Chinese descent. On the other hand, 90% of Chinese primary school graduates continue their secondary studies in public secondary schools (both national and national-type), while the remaining 10% go to Chinese private secondary schools.[citation needed] There are also three privately owned post-secondary institutes in Malaysia where the language of instruction is Mandarin.

马华好, 马华妙...

From "Voices from Penang Lang"

马华好, 马华妙,

国文拿7 就糟糕,
没钱读书自己找找不到去街边炒Kuay Tiow

(how many of us are the above victim?)

街边 Kuay Tiow没牌照
别人拿牌去炸香蕉 (goreng pisang)
我的Kuay Tiow在家炒

他说五年后再填表 (We will trrrryyyyy to help you to apply, most important thing is support us)

马华好, 马华妙,

Giant DAP Banner Penang... Just Change It!!

Anwar, Guan Eng join hands to rock Penang @ Han Jiang High School!!

I was there... @ Han Jiang High School Indoor Stadium, 7:30pm, 1st March 2008.

Here are the summary of the ceramah (talk):-

This was one of the big ones.

It was one of those evenings where you just had to be there to experience the growing sentiment among Penangites seeking change and reforms. Indeed, those were the rallying cries tonight - change, reforms, Makkal Sakthi, perubahan!

Some 10,000 Penangites converged at the indoor stadium of the private Han Chiang High School in Penang. Though the stadium is said to have a seating capacity of only about a 1,000, a couple of thousand more sat on the basketball court and crowded the entrances. It was standing room only and people were still trying to enter the stadium long after the ceramah began at 7.45pm. Outside, thousands more followed the proceedings on large screens.

What struck me most was watching the people around me as I walked to the stadium. These were ordinary Penangites on a mission. There was something in their stride - of course, they didn’t want to be late or to be left outside, but it was something more. A sense of purpose and determination, a sense that they could make a difference.

It was a crowd largely made up of Chinese and Indian Malaysians who were relishing the arrival of Anwar Ibrahim and Guan Eng as well as Karpal Singh, Jeff Ooi and Chow Kon Yeow.
Karpal and Guan Eng in particular received rousing receptions.
But it was Anwar who received a rock star’s welcome, as the crowd rose to their feet and cheered his arrival.

As he spoke, photographers jostled around the rostrum, blocking the view of a section of the crowd on the sides. The crowd hooted in dismay until the photographers stepped aside and allowed them to see Anwar.

They hung on to his every word. The mere mention of Samy Vellu’s name provoked jeering from the floor. Khairy’s name too drew similar derision. It was clear who the two most unpopular BN politicians were as far as the people in the stadium were concerned.

Anwar spoke about making use of Petronas’ profits for the benefit of the people and how he had kept oil prices at RM1.10 for the eight years when he was finance minister. Using different intonations, a sudden switch in tempo into fiery mode, expressive gestures and pregnant pauses, the man really knows how to work a crowd.

Despite the DAP’s call to deny the Barisan its two third’s majority, Anwar couldn’t resist taking the call a step further: “This is a defining moment and the people of Penang must take the lead to topple the BN government.” Thunderous applause greeted his statement.

I was more interested in the issues raised: it was clear that corruption and the “BN” (Barang Naik) syndrome touched a chord among the crowd; the Lingam scandal, which Karpal raised, also drew widespread disgust as well as the obligatory response of “Correct, Correct, Correct!” from someone in the crowd, sparking laughter from the rest.

Guan Eng spoke about the PGCC and how Abdullah Badawi had given the green light for this project. He said the government had completely misread the people’s desire. Instead of having dozens of 40-storey towers that would lead to more traffic congestion and pollution, “the people of Penang want more green lungs and public parks”. The crowd applauded in approval, indicating that quality of life issues including the preservation of the environment were uppermost in their minds.

He also mocked the choice of Gerakan’s Teng Chang Yeow as the reported chief minister designate to replace Koh Tsu Koon, who is now standing in the Batu Kawan parliamentary seat. “T-e-n-g C-h-a-n-g Y-e-o-w,” he drawled, as if to suggest “of all people”.

Even after the big guns like Anwar, Guan Eng and Karpal had spoken and left the stadium, thousands remained to listen to newbies such as Jeff Ooi say their piece.

As I left the stadium I was squashed as a sea of people surged out only to have our paths blocked by hundreds still standing outside, with their umbrellas open in the rain, intently following the proceedings on the screen. They were not going anywhere until the last speaker had spoken the last word.

I bumped into a journalist who told me he had heard the BN was going to pump in more resources and money in the week ahead to counter the growing pro-Opposition sentiment.

But the key to unlocking the door to power in Penang is how the Malays will vote, especially in the Umno strongholds. There may be a small swing among the Malays to the Opposition, but will it be enough to achieve the gains the Opposition is looking for?

Anwar left early, informing the crowd that he still had work to do: he was visiting three largely Malay areas tonight.

The fever is on. And only 6 days to go.

Teng Hock Nan, Lee Kah Choon...... or Teng Chang Yeow??

Ah Koon, may I know who is the next Penang's CM is? Have you decided your successor are? Teng Hock Nan, Lee Kah Choon...... or Teng Chang Yeow?? Today newspaper had reported that the coming CM will be Ah Yeow. But Ah Nan said he had been told to get prepared as the next CM. So, Brother Koon, have u decided? or u still need Pak Lah to approve for your successor?

In 1990, when Lim Chong Eu lost his state assembly seat and the CM post, the party Gerakan Supream Council selected Dr Koh Tsu Koon as the next CM for Penang. But now, Dr Koh can't even decide who will be his successor, and maybe he need Pak Lah approval b4 he make an announcement. That's mean Gerakan can't decide on its interior problem!!.... and always depend on his "Tai Low" (Big Brother), U**O, to decide for them.

So, do you think Dr Koh can bring better future for Penang when he move to Parliament?? Do you need U**O to decide the faith of all chinese and indian? The best Dr Koh can do is "Ya" and "Betul" in Parliament!! Please think twice when u vote for Gerakan, MCA or MIC, coz they only the follower of U**O!!