Wednesday, July 31, 2013

What Happen in Malaysia?

Is Malaysia still a safe place for us to live our decent life?

Recently too many reported cases related to manslaughter by gun fire. People were shot dead for no obvious reasons wherever and whenever. People were shot when parked their car, when driving, when buying groceries, when eating and even when getting out from the lift.

Mr. Police - we, the people are terrified.

But what the home minister says about this - Police could not be blamed for the rising incidence of manslaughter by gun fire.
Seriously dude, who to blame then? You? Oh I know we blame the criminal..

And what are Macai say - Alhamdulillah, Malaysia masih aman. (Alhamdulillah, Malaysia still peaceful)
These grateful kind of people define peaceful as the country is not in the war. They don't even care if the murder cases are reported daily in the news as long as not war, it is peaceful for them. I have this feeling that these people are not getting any news about murder from television. The Malaysia prime news is busy reporting and promoting the ruling government, Barisan Nasional. 60 minutes news can be classified to 30 minutes spend for government activities, 10 minutes on sports, 10 minutes on other issues and another 10 minutes for commercial break. Murder case comes in slot other issues, briefly reported depend on the magnitude of the case.

Let see how many cases had been reported pertaining to gun fire for this year alone. Read it here.

In separate issue and quite surprising statistic I must say, 6 women raped daily in Malaysia.

You might hear someone would say - In other countries hundreds of women being raped daily. I will not surprise if the statement comes from one of the Najib's cabinet minister. They are known to make such a brainless statement everyday. I do not know why people are still vote for this kind of moron. 

You can continue reading here.

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The position is Package Manager (Electrical & Intruments).

Successful candidate will be based in Kuala Lumpur for a worldwide large EPC company. They are prefer for someone who can be interviewed and start work immediately. I'm not sure how immediate they want, guess you need to contact them to find out.

To be shortlisted for the interview, candidate should have at least 10 years experiences.

Please contact Petrolio for further information.

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Ok good luck folks!

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Log Percutian: Philea Resort & Spa

Oleh kerana gua skang dalam mood nak pegi bercuti, mari kita sama-sama throwback percutian yang lepas. Gua kalau pegi bercuti, tempat penginapan nak kene number one. Baru puas hati! Kalau tempat penginapan pun macam sarang mat pit baik gua duduk diam-diam dekat rumah. 

When was this happened? : 13th to 15th November 2012 ( Sempena anniversary gua yang ke 4).
And where? : Philea Resort & Spa, Ayer Keroh Melaka (Click je kat situ jangan banyak tanya).

Friday, July 12, 2013

Ramadhan Kareem

Bersyukur ke hadrat ilahi kerna diberi kesempatan untuk bertemu dengan Ramadhan 1434H/2013M. Sekarang masih lagi di bumi Saudi Arabia, menghitung hari untuk pulang ke tanah air..Ops Singapore dan ke tanah air. 

Now it's summer in most of northern hemisphere with some area burning as high as 52°C, and still climbing up. Before Ramadhan, I had a chit-chat with a Pakistani guy and a Saudian guy about the challenge of fasting during this hot season. 

Here some excerpt from first conversation:

Me, "Now it is really hot in Saudi..increasing day by day".
Saudian, "Yes, and Ramadhan is around the corner".
Me, "So, I cannot imagine fasting in this temperature, you must already used to this condition".
Saudian, "This is very hot, I cannot stand this temperature, you imagine if I do 'gapping' in this hot sun..I must drink, if not I will die..believe me I will die. And my father will not happy if I die".
Me, "Haha..You were born here for god sake".
Saudian, "I will replace my fast in other month.."...

The Saudian is Bently Nevada Engineer I worked with in this project.

Here from second conversation:

Me, "Is tomorrow we start fasting?".
Pakistani, "We shall know tonight in television announcement".
Me, "I think I will not fast because it's too hot now..I need to drink."
Pakistani, "No must fast..Allah kareem, you will not feel thirsty when you fast".
Me, "What if I collapse?"
Pakistani, "No problem, if die also no problem..Allah kareem."
Me, "Hehehe..".

The Pakistani is the mechanical millwright working on compressors.

By the way, today is the third day in Ramadhan and I still not skipping fast. Alhamdulillah, with the past couple of days really hot in Jubail, yesterday it reached 50°C at noon, where today almost there.

My itinerary dekat sini during Ramadhan adalah sahur pukul 2am, subuh pukul 3.30am. Lepas semayang subuh terus tido sampai pukul 5.50am. 6.30am pergi kerja dan balik pukul 6pm. Sampai hotel dah nak dekat 7pm. Lepas makan dan semayang sume, dalam pukul 9pm dah start untuk tido. Pukul 1am bangun balik untuk order sahur.  

Ah, teringat berpuasa di Leipzig tahun 2011. Berpuasa waktu summer yang cuma bersuhu 28°C with low humidity. Subuhnya pukul 3am dan maghribnya pukul 9pm. Agaknya berat badan jatuh mendadak sebanyak 5kg. Makan cuma sekali sehari iaitu waktu berbuka. 

Kalau kat negara orang macam ni la makanannya. Leipzig 2011 Ramadhan.

Right now I miss bazaar, I miss Ayam Percik, I miss Nasi Lemak etc..........

Selamat berpuasa!