Sunday, April 1, 2012



Am planning to get my 6packs(abs) back.
Let's see how successful can i be in getting my abs back starting from tomorrow.
Basically everyone have abs aka 6packs but some people like me love's them so much, we protect them with a layer of fat.
So the 1st thing i have to do. which is also one of the hardest of all, is getting rid of the protective armor completely sealing my abs.
which means that i will have to be very cautious with what i eat. no more supper T.T
And plenty of cardio. (might skip the cardio, lazy lah) haha XD
FYI - That's not me in the picture

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Stress about my future

There are things always going on in my mind all these years.

1 - What should I do in the future?
2 - what would be a good career for me?
3 - Did i choose the right career?
4 - What would be most appropriate as my first car?
5 - How to earn more money?
6 - Will my income be enough to support my family?
and ......ETC

I think about it almost every night, searching for ideas/solutions to for a better future.

When it comes to the future, there are three kinds of people: those who let it happen, those who make it happen, and those who wonder what happened.
I guess I wonder, and can either let it happen of make it happen.
But life wouldn't be much fun if I wonder too much. I guess the best way is to do the BEST, APPRECIATE and not forgetting have plenty of FUN now in the present. Wouldn't want to regret about the past in the future instead right? XD
Just follow the flow ~

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

24th birthday

A million thx to my TA friends for the surprise birthday cake^^

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Daddy's back

I've finally decided to start blogging again. Looking back at all the past posts really brings back memories and made me realize how much my life have changed. Life were great and easy back in the days. The only thing i remember doing was play play play and play. Miss it so much~
It's been more then a year since i last blogged.
If you're wondering what i've been doing till now.(that's if anybody cares or as if there's anyone still visiting this blog).
I've graduated from RHA(Rimbuan Hijau Academy) and currently studying Advance diploma in mechatronics at TA(Times Academy).

So if you have any questions, interest or knowledge regarding cars/automotive, please don't be shy to find me. I'm not very Kiang(smart) but Share share la.. thats all for now. tata^^

Saturday, July 31, 2010


half of the workshop we do practical in

The river infront of the hostel, academy,workshop and office.

on the left is the brdge to sarikei or sumthing

on the right is the town area of of sibu

In the middle is the sun setting

Sunday, July 25, 2010

article from a younger generation and a great granddaughter of Tunku Abdul Rahma

This is a very good article from a younger generation and a great granddaughter of Tunku Abdul Rahman. A very well expressed opinion of how all Malaysians should be treated.


Sharyn completed her Diploma in Advertising from Taylor's College, and then left motherland to pursue her BA degree majoring in Media Studies and Anthropology at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand. While waiting for her graduation in May 08, she interned briefly at M&C Saatchi Wellington, a global advertising firm. Upon returning to Malaysia, jobless and relieved of rent payments, Sharyn stumbled upon Wild Asia through The Star which sparked her interest to learn more about nature and environmental causes. Armed with a communications background, Sharyn works on the Wild Asia website and editorial, translating geek terms into laymen language, easily accessed and understood by visitors regardless of their backgrounds, be it scientific, business, the arts or just plain interested.
By The Tunku's Great Granddaughter

This is a great piece. She has all the qualities of her great grandfather. Tunku has reason to be proud of her!

Tunku Abdul Rahman's great granddaughter

Sharyn Lisa Shufiyan, 24, Conservationist

Both my parents are Malay. My mum's heritage includes Chinese, Thai and Arab, while my dad is Minangkabau. Due to my skin colour, I am often mistaken for a Chinese.

I'm happy that I don't have the typical Malay look but I do get annoyed when people call me Ah Moi or ask me straight up "Are you Chinese or Malay"

Like, why does it matter? Before I used to answer "Malay" but now I'm trying to consciously answer Malaysian instead.

There's this incident from primary school that I remember till today. Someone told me that I will be called last during Judgement Day because I don't have a Muslim name. Of course, I was scared then but now that I'm older, I realise that a name is just a name. It doesn't define you as a good or bad person and there is definitely no such thing as a Muslim name. You can be named Rashid or Ali and still be a Christian.

I've heard of the 1Malaysia concept, but I think we don't need to be told to be united. We've come such a long way that it should already be embedded in our hearts and minds that we are united. Unfortunately, you can still see racial discrimination and polarisation. There is still this ethno-centric view that the Malays are the dominant group and their rights must be protected, and non Malays are forever the outsiders.

For the concept to succeed, I think the government should stop with the race politics. It's tiring, really. We grew up with application forms asking us to tick our race. We should stop painting a negative image of the other races, stop thinking about 'us' and 'them' and focus on 'we', 'our' and 'Malaysians'.

No one should be made uncomfortable in their own home. A dear Chinese friend of mine said to me once, "I don't feel patriotic because I am not made to feel like Malaysia is my home, and I don't feel an affinity to China because I have never lived there.

I know some baby Nyonya friends who can trace their lineage back hundreds of years. I'm a fourth generation Malaysian. If I am Bumiputra, why can't they be, too? Clearly I have issues with the term.

I think the main reason why we still can't achieve total unity is because of this 'Malay rights' concept. I'd rather 'Malay rights' be replaced by human rights. So unless we get rid of this Bumiputra status, or reform our views and policies on rights, we will never achieve unity.

For my merdeka wish, I'd like for Malaysians to have more voice, to be respected and heard. I wish that the government would uphold the true essence of parliamentary democracy. I wish for the people to no longer fear and discriminate against each other, to see that we are one and the same.

I wish that Malaysia would truly live up to the tourism spin of Malaysia truly Asia. Malaysians to lead - whatever their ethnic background. Only ONE NATIONALITY MALAYSIAN. No Malays, No Chinese, No Indians - ONLY MALAYSIANS. Choose whatever religion one is comfortable with.

Remember it was Dr M & UMNO who destroyed Tunku's Malaysia.


Monday, July 19, 2010

kancil of my dreams

i wan one of these,especially the tofu car, cute chin.. can check out the car plate.