Month: April 2006

* The temple that was slated for demolishment in Shah Alam (Picture Source: www.policewatchmalaysia.com). The history of the temple is here

At first I thought that only we Hindus got screwed. Then running through other websites reveals that we were not alone.

The Malaysian Bar Council reported 2 other incidents involving a Buddhist temple and a Church (both got reported in the mainstream media as well).… Click to read the rest

All it takes is itchy hands and curious mind to screw up things…

The Internet Explorer 7 sounded like something I wanted to test out this morning. I downloaded it, installed, got some errors and restarted the PC several times but in the end it did not work.

So, I uninstalled it and somehow I ended up screwing my Windows XP registry as well (learning the lessons the hard way).… Click to read the rest

Demolition of Hindu Temple 0 (0)

I find this very disturbing

There are no details on why MBSA wants to demolish a 100 year old temple or whether inadequate compensation was offered for the land but the news is disturbing.

In part of Puchong where I am staying, there are 3 temples within close proximity – one opposite IOI Mall (at the end), the one next to Tamil School and another near Tractor Malaysia bend.… Click to read the rest

Gosh, it has been sometime since my last visit to Genting Highlands.

The last time I went there, was probably when I was still in Standard 3 (sometime in the 80s). I can still recall going up there with the family in my Dad’s old car one fine Saturday morning. Me and my siblings spend most of the time at the theme park and video arcades (our favorite place) whilst my Dad hopped over to the casino to try his luck.… Click to read the rest

Minutes before… 0 (0)

It left just few minutes before I go off for a trip to Genting Highlands for my company trip cum company dinner.

It's about time for a well deserving break from the hussle and bussle of the traffic jam in Puchong & Sunway. It's also about time for a trip where it does not need me to be in the driver's seat.… Click to read the rest

Leaving Home Early 0 (0)

If there is one thing I learned well from my dad, is how not to be late for any functions.

My dad will be at least 30 minutes early to any function (big or small). Most of the time he will be 1 hour early which sometimes poses a problem for us because if we are late, we can count on getting scolding from him.… Click to read the rest

Having a haircut 0 (0)

(I was away for a 2 days workshop but managed to post something about my son in between my busy schedule)

One of the tough things that a man can do is getting a haircut for his 2 year old son.

It’s tough because I have a difficult time to keep my still a hyperactive 2 year old son whilst going through scissors, razors and electric haircutter.… Click to read the rest

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