Racial Policy Mis-fired?

This is indeed scary…

(Sometimes people forget why exams are held in the first place. Image source: http://dailymail.co.uk)

Remember when a certain political party controlled media, blasted the non-Malays for questioning the Malay’s special rights? Or when some politicians played the racial card to garner the support from one particular race?… [Click to read the rest] “Racial Policy Mis-fired?”

Trip to Brunei – Conclusion

I woke up early at about 8 am despite setting my alarm to sound at 10 am.

Despite the fact that I hanged a “Don’t Disturb” sign on the door knob, the housekeeping ladies still had to ring on the bell and shout “Housekeeping”. That woke me up – damn those hotel staff who can’t read simple English!… [Click to read the rest] “Trip to Brunei – Conclusion”

The One Sided Threat

It is rather humorous to read a politician’s threats

(There are always 2 sides of the story and thus it justifies fairness on both sides. Image source: http://www.seattlepi.com)

Yes, the threat can be real of course – after all, they are holding all the ISA, MACC, PDRM, etc panic buttons. It is humorous because politicians are well known to be very selective in their threats.… [Click to read the rest] “The One Sided Threat”

Trip to Brunei – Part 3

It is said that 97% of Brunei’s income comes from the oil & gas industry

It is therefore is not a big surprise that there seems to be a lack of tourism spots and opportunity in the city. Having said, it does not mean Brunei is not trying to promote its tourism sector, something that they will need when the oil runs out one day.… [Click to read the rest] “Trip to Brunei – Part 3”

Trip to Brunei – Part 2

Been having pork dishes for the last 2 days…

(Spicy chicken curry with a different)

I have been busy with work but surprisingly the drive to work and back was not as stressful as one would experience in KL. Even at peak hours, there is hardly any traffic jam and driving has been a breeze.… [Click to read the rest] “Trip to Brunei – Part 2”

Trip to Brunei – First Impressions

(Where is Malaysia’s Ringgit in the list?)

The start of the journey was not without its dramatic moment and it started right in the KLIA terminal.

A man had an epileptic seizure and fell on the hard cold floor. A pool of dark blood was dripping from his broken skull and was flooding the floor.… [Click to read the rest] “Trip to Brunei – First Impressions”

H1N1 – 13th Death & Rising

Hello MOH, what’s going on?

(Why more deaths now than last time – where is the leakage in control & monitoring? Image source: http://www.javno.com)

As at yesterday, Malaysia recorded the 13th death from H1N1 and unfortunately recent deaths involves young children.

Why we did not see many deaths at the start of the outbreak and only after thousands of people have recovered, we are seeing more deaths on daily basis?… [Click to read the rest] “H1N1 – 13th Death & Rising”

Beer Ban Again?

(Image source: http://www.comeraghcc.com)

Here we go again

Selangor PAS wants the state government to include beer in its ban on the sale of alcohol in all Muslim-majority areas and state executive councillor Ronnie Liu to be removed from his post as head of local government

(The Star)

This is not the first time that the Selangor PAS raised the issue on banning of beers in this State.… [Click to read the rest] “Beer Ban Again?”

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