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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

The Pros & Cons of Technology Advancement

Technology development are proportional to time. Every moment that we encountered, technology keep advancing. Technologies cover not only machines or equipments but also anti virus in term of IT related  and vaccine for medical purpose. Now, in the year of 2014 or the 21st Century, the most notable technology is smartphone. Nearly 50% of the World or three point five billion of people own a smartphone. A smartphone functions is not only restricted to make call or sent message but also can be use to gauge the user health, tool to repel mosquitoes and as the main platform of information resources to the user. It can be conclude that a smartphone is the person itself considering a smartphone stored almost all the data about the user. But do a smartphone really the solution to make life much more easier?

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

When It Seems It Is a Problem, Suddenly It Isn't

Our beloved country, Malaysia was shocked with the news that affected thousand of it citizen and all of them were only 12 years old. The news broke the whole nation when it is confirm that Mathematics and Science Papers for Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) need to be retaken. If this kind of news broke 20 years ago, surely it will not become such a phenomena as it is right now. This is because kid nowadays are more intellectual, they learn alphabet not as A for Apple, B for Ball and C for Cat instead A,B,C for Apple Inc, Blackberry and Computer. Yes, nowadays technology have taken most of our life. Furthermore, parent that been over protective for their children in this kind of issue and some who have been carefree have contribute to this issue. The emergence of the internet thru social media have made this story more sensational and to begin with, this problem start from the internet itself. This issue just not grab the attention of the parent who their child involved with this year UPSR but also million other citizen. As a saying goes ' bread will sell when it is still hot'.

Since my time during secondary school, I have always concerned about buying assets. Malaysian youth who just started working like to buy cars instead of houses because car is a material that others can see. Car price is inversely proportional to its age where house price is proportional to its age. The older the house the more expansive  it become. The question is why house price keep increasing and how can the people afford it?
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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

31st August is Near but Are We Really An Independent Country?

Malaysia have achieve independence since 31st August 1957 from the colonization of British. During that time, only the States in the Peninsular achieve independence while North Borneo (Now Sabah) and Sarawak still being colonized. After six years of Independence, North Borneo, Sarawak and Singapore merge with the Peninsula to form Malaysia where 16th September is known as the Malaysia Day and it is consider as a public holiday since 2010 by the Prime Minister of Malaysia Dato' Seri Najib Razak. This means Malaysia have two celebrations related to Malaysia's Independence.

               Singapore became an independence Republic on 9th August 1965 due to disputes between the Federal Government and the State Government of Singapore. In the end, Tunku Abdul Rahman the Prime Minister of Malaysia during that time decide to expel Singapore from the Federation. Now, many decades have pass and the two countries, Malaysia and Singapore have achieve many matters in terms of economy, development, trade affair, people unity and many more. The country is independent but do the people feel independent?

                The emergence of social media have it own effect where its actually could shape the unity of the country in a way people nowadays are less dependent on news from the mass media. People are more towards social media platform where information are easily obtain and easy to share to others. Honors given to our Prime Minister and most of our Cabinet where they fully utilize the social media platform to keep the country harmony in balance. But with around 30 million of population in Malaysia not everything can be keep in harmony situation.

                 I just encountered a company that use the name of unity to make business. Unfortunately I've been deceived by the act where the company have violate many of our Constitution's Rules including not giving salary to employees, doing illegal business and manipulate clients to achieve profit. Is this environment what we call independence? Surely there are many others cases like these and the main factor this kind of companies still exist is because the victims did not take any action while the companies are very confidence that they can run away and in the same time try to manipulate the Constitution's Rules to be on their side.

                 I still believe that justice will prevail and I'm confidence that the Constitution will protect the innocent people and any perpetrators will eventually be caught. Why I'm confidence? It is because I already help the police to take down a fraud company in 2012 and solve a burglary case in 2013. If we are on the right side, there are no excuse to be afraid to seek for justice. When justice is prevail the true independence is achieve. Happy 57th Independence Day Malaysia.
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Monday, August 11, 2014

Selangor MB Issue by my Perspective

Salam to all. It's been a while since the last time I write here. Currently there are some interesting things happen not only in my life but also related to others especially for Selangor people. As it stand today, it has been decided that Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim is still the legit Menteri Besar for Selangor. He got the recognition of The Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Salahuddin and also the State Assembly. Barisan National also give their support to Tan Sri Khalid to remain as Menteri Besar of Selangor. Currently 15 seats are occupied by PAS, 12 seats by BN and one by an independence which is Tan Sri Khalid himself who just got fired by PKR.

         Every issue as usual got there side which are the pro (supporter), anti and on neutral side. For me I'm always on the neutral side but for this case I had to side to Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim. The reason for me to side with Tan Sri Khalis Ibrahim naturally come from the fact that Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim just wanted to take the MB seat by all means. Even thou there are some issue, most notable is the RM70 million debt that Tan Sri Khalid settle without a clear explanation, the action taken by the PKR facto de leader just show his true intention, to take over Malaysia. This action show undemocratic move, selfishness and display a true bad intention.

What are other people opinion I do respect with all my heart. There are no right or wrong in a discussion, there are only the acceptable way that people endorse. It's time to Solat Maghrib and pray for all of us to have a peacefully life. Assalamualaikum    
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Saturday, May 31, 2014

What's Your Dream? A Honest Confession.

Do you know what is dream?
Is not something like ice cream.
It is something what you wanted,
and not to be taken granted.

How far have you achieve it?
It is the true dream that you always wanted?
What will you do if you are beaten by it?
Will you continue or take it for granted?

Don't just dream, but make a goal.
A goal is just a wish, without a plan.
So set up your goal,
and come out with a plan.

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

The One Thing That Distinguish Between Success and Failure

How do you feel about yourself right now? Are you now working in a respectable company? Are you currently living in a nice house earning RM4K per month? Or are you only 25 years old but already married and being bless with a child?

Getting back to the main question, how do you feel right now? Satisfied with life or do you fell that you just living under a fake smile.

If you are happy and feel bless although you are only earning less than RM2000 per month that a success compare in living a life of lies earning more than RM4000 but had to face many problem before getting the paycheck. That is absolute failure.

According to a researcher, living in KL an individual need to earn more than RM3000 per month to lead a decent life. People who is working as an employee only spend at most 10 hours daily working under an employer. This include lunch break and also the time taken for a person to arrive to work and going home. To summarize it, the working days is only five days per week. Therefore this person spent only 50 hours over 168 hours per week. If that person own a Diploma they can earn around RM1600 in nett income excluding the EPF benefit of RM400 monthly. If that person own a Degree they can earn around RM2100 in nett income excluding the EPF benefit of RM600 monthly. With much time left and making money is not an issue, this person can be successful or failing because of this one thing.

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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Our Beloved Malaysia League

Assalamulaikum and a very good evening to all readers. Surely now may the time for most of us to get prepared heading home from a hard and challenging working environment. Sure enough most of us want to relax ourselves from all the hard work that been given in improving the society. Banker execute their job by processing transaction from the client, doctors give their best in treating patient and last but not least businessman try to maintain their business in the right order to serve their customer so they will get the best experience from the service. After all this hard work what is the best solution to get relax. For me, watching football do entertain me a lot. As for that matter, currently our League got many attention. Many star players come to Malaysia to play in our league and the most notable signing is Pablo Aimar from JDT. My team is Kedah and we  got a big match tonight to qualify thru the Quarter Final of the FA Cup. What is your team?    

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