Thursday, May 28, 2009

Hepi Olidey all!

hari ni indeed merdeka. Both last sekolah and mid-year exam. Hopefully it ended by flying colours. At least 5A pom aku dah sujud syukur tau.

Sebelum start cuti ni, ramai gak la invite aku gi picnic. Ade tu aku dapat invite ke Jeram Pasu. Kalo ikutkan hati, aku mau. Apekan daya, kene itot family gi KL.
Sume ni gara-gara kene hadiri konvo kak aku pada 30 MAY kat UiTM Shah Alam.

So, gi KL la..


Monday, May 25, 2009

My Other Name

SHEETAH = i got dis extremely unique name based on my behavior. i love to run all over the school field and in my class. i don't care of others as long i can breath and live life to its fullest.

ASAKO = People rarely call me by dis name because only a few of them knows my doing. i created and published a comic books a long time ago with aegising the name of "hiromi asako".

ENMA AI = a couple of years later, people call me by dis name. similar to Asako but dis name is quite 'black'. i dunno how to describe out dis but i know many of you knows the character of Enma Ai in Jigoku Shoujo's story. They said my eyes and my characteristic looks exactly like her. How come huh??

KOALA = dis name is most freakiest of all!! i got dis title when i was 16 (PMR year). Ustaz Azmi Deraman call me by this name since i always fall asleep when comes to his session. hehe... he is teaching Arabia language. i don't like uh. when he comes, i fall and while i am falling, there he comes... ceh~

AKIFAYS = here is my current nick name. i like this name. And once i hope my name turn out to this. akifays amis. it is my name, i admit. But i make it upside down.

Friday, May 22, 2009

zero season inside me

Why do people blame me for everything that is not my fault? am i look like a criminal or what? Or i got a 'kid' face and people underestimate me as a child? Even my cousin Shakhmar said "Your face looks like easily to get bullied".

Amongst my school friends, there are many of them love to take advantage of my kindness. i don't mind as long as i can stay haven. Yeah, you can keep bullying me.
i don't have any feeling.

Not angry, sad, emo...

all i know is just smiling. Maybe that is why others calling me 'sedow'. Yet i got other title too which is Enma Ai, Asako, Sheetah, Koala...etc,etc... i shall tell how come i got so many nick name at school later.

i went berserk only when people hurt my friends or pull my scarf away. Like i did to my uncle; i punch him. Not good, really. So, don't be like me uh.

similar things happen to my friends a couple of years ago. They caught up in urban fighting and i am also the only person who kick out the person that attacking my friends.

do i live for myself...?
do i live for others...?

the answer is...*tut*

Ekonomi Asas punye pasal

Aku gi skolah hari ni, macam2 jadik. Ni da masuk hari minggu ke-2 aku exam mid year examination and hari ni exam both paper Ekonomi Asas. Seperti biase di pagi hari aku stat bace buku EA.

Sambil2 dok bace buku, ade lah 1-2 kawan aku ngacau. Bercerita tentang surat PLKN yang baru sampai kat umah aku. Doam tanye aku dpt katne...

"Aku dapat kat bank..."

eh...ape aku sebut??.. Aku tak tau samada ni kesan dari terlampau fokus aku pada EA sampai jadik cmni. OK. Kite try orang lain lak.

Kawan aku si Nicky suke sgt kacau kwn yang melatah..amek soam jadik mangsanye...

"Mak, itik...sistem ekonomi...,"

dah sah...bukn aku soam je yang kurang siuman di pagi ni...wakakakaka

Kembali ke kantin sekolah, aku ternampak sekumpulan warga2 maahad y turut kurang suiman sepertiku.

Ye laa...ape kejadahnye membace lam parit cik kak oii... Dah sah la berite sal kecelakaan aku jatuh parit dulu tersebar luas. Sape yang sebar sal kisah silam aku weyy???

Huh ekaw ke...??

>>>>>>>>>>>> si tikus

nightcrawler XD

today as other day...
walking to the same journey...
taking the same path...
just you and i...


just now, about 5 hours ago ( i count it! ) my family and i went to Kota Bharu as mom going to saving up her money and feed some to my 2nd brother.

on the road, abah said that he wants to drop in kbmall for a while since he got a plenty of things to do ( bout his work, his job )...

so, here's some pic i got from the rooftop...

a black beauty flutterby...
since i got one by myself...
i'll keep it...

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

in dilemma - help me!

First of all, sorry arr... i don't really have time to chat or message u all.. even to my very own blog. i don't really understand. Maybe its hard enough to log in to this blog or YM. huh?? TIM KAI~?

Ahem.. maybe because of my little finger could not approach the letters correctly.
therefore, it ended by me writing "empty_soup".. err.. maybe i am way too hungry..

Next week we (my family) will be going to Pandan Perdana.. i am not really sure as if i am going to make it. i did want but i have another appointment that force me to attend to. it's not a date!

in order to gain rejoice in spm, i am in dilemma. i dunno which one is the best answer. but vacation in kL sure attracts me like magnet. .....arrrrr..... (terkene kejutan gadisELEKTRIK)

p/s: which one is better? Cirit or Die? opss....

Sunday, May 17, 2009

All About Malaysia


Malaysia is on the Malay Peninsula in southeast Asia. The nation also includes Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo to the east. Its area slightly exceeds that of New Mexico.

Most of Malaysia is covered by forest, with a mountain range running the length of the peninsula. Extensive forests provide ebony, sandalwood, teak, and other woods.


Constitutional monarchy.


The ancestors of the people that now inhabit the Malaysian peninsula first migrated to the area between 2500 and 1500 B.C. Those living in the coastal regions had early contact with Chinese and Indians; seafaring traders from India brought with them Hinduism, which was blended with the local animist beliefs. As Muslims conquered India, they spread the religion of Islam to Malaysia. In the 15th century A.D., Islam acquired a firm hold on the region when the Hindu ruler of the powerful city-state of Malacca, Parameswara Dewa Shah, converted to Islam.

British and Dutch interest in the region grew in the 1800s, with the British East India Company establishment of a trading settlement on the island of Singapore. Trade soared, with Singapore's population growing from only 5,000 in 1820 to nearly 100,000 in just 50 years. In the 1880s, Britain formally established protectorates in Malaysia. At about the same time, rubber trees were introduced from Brazil. With the mass production of automobiles, rubber became a valuable export, and laborers were brought in from India to work the rubber plantations.

Forming the Independent State of Malaysia

Following the Japanese occupation of Malaysia during World War II, a growing nationalist movement prompted the British to establish the semiautonomous Federation of Malaya in 1948. But Communist guerrillas took to the jungles to begin a war of national liberation against the British, who declared a state of emergency to quell the insurgency, which lasted until 1960.

The independent state of Malaysia came into existence on Sept. 16, 1963, as a federation of Malaya, Singapore, Sabah (North Borneo), and Sarawak. In 1965, Singapore withdrew from the federation to become a separate nation. Since 1966, the 11 states of former Malaya have been known as West Malaysia, and Sabah and Sarawak as East Malaysia.

By the late 1960s Malaysia was torn by communal rioting directed against Chinese and Indians, who controlled a disproportionate share of the country's wealth. Beginning in 1968, the government moved to achieve greater economic balance through a national economic policy.

Economic Reform and Growth

In the 1980s, Dr. Mohamad Mahathir succeeded Datuk Hussein as prime minister. Mahathir instituted economic reforms that would transform Malaysia into one of the so-called Asian Tigers. Throughout the 1990s, Mahathir embarked on a massive project to build a new capital from scratch in an attempt to bypass congested Kuala Lumpur.

Beginning in 1997 and continuing through the next year, Malaysia suffered from the Asian currency crisis. Instead of following the economic prescriptions of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank, the prime minister opted for fixed exchange rates and capital controls. In late 1999, Malaysia was on the road to economic recovery, and it appeared Mahathir's measures were working.

Abdullah Badawi Tries to Reduce Government Corruption

In Oct. 2003, Mahathir retired after 22 years in office. His rule led to his country's enormous economic growth but was also characterized by repression and human rights abuses. Malaysia's new prime minister, Abdullah Badawi, had a more statesmanlike reputation, and in his first year in office he made headway on reducing corruption and instituting reforms. In March 2004, the ruling National Front coalition won an astonishing 90% of parliamentary seats, and Abdullah was reelected on his own merits.

The governing coalition under Prime Minister Badawi suffered a stunning defeat in March 2008's parliamentary elections. Opposition parties quadrupled their representation in Parliament, and Badawi's coalition, although it won 136 of 222 seats in Parliament, lost its two-thirds majority, which is necessary to amend the Constitution, and control of five state assemblies. It was the worst showing for the National Front coalition in four decades. Shortly after the election, Badawi trimmed his cabinet, removing several ministers who had been accused of corruption, and appointed a prominent lawyer to oversee judicial reform.

Leading opposition figure Anwar Ibrahim was arrested and jailed on suspicion of sodomy in July 2008—for a second time. Ten years earlier, when he was serving as deputy prime minister, he was convicted of sodomy and corruption. The conviction was overturned after he spent six years in jail. Anwar denied the charges both times, claiming to have been set up by the government—allegations that had a broad base of supporters, both domestically and abroad. Prior to each arrest, Anwar's political challenge to the governing party had been gaining momentum. Indeed, days before his arrest, he had announced plans to run for Parliament. In August, Anwar won a by-election to return to Parliament after a 10-year absence. He defeated the government party's candidate, 31,196 to 15,524.

In March 2009, the ruling United Malays National Organization chose Najib Razak to succeed Abdullah Badawi as Prime Minister of the nation and leader of the party. Razak has promised to make big changes in the ruling party, which is facing renewed competition. However, Razak is largely viewed as an insider who is too entrenched in party politics to follow through on his promises of reform.

Friday, May 15, 2009

michael jordan = admirable

For the first time i saw this, he is really superb and admirable. He plays trick over his foes and dunk the ball.

Nobody can do it. Neither me (duh! i played volleyball, not basketball. XD).

So, i bet no other person can be just like him.


Happy Birthday to you abah

wishing a nicest birthday wish to my dad. Since he is using celcom, he can call anyone about a weeks freely. I'm jealous over that. So, happy birthday dad. I thought of wishing you at 12.01 am (15.05) but obviously I fall asleep.

My bad. So, here's a little gift for you

*kiss cheek*

Sweet 52nd Birthday (sweet lagi ke?)

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

saya raseeee~

I've just got some other video from Neelzahs. At Jeram Pasu, Kelantan. I am swimming at the time of this progress. So, no pic of mine available in there. Then, i ask Dilan to put it in youtube. With my big sisters Adianuz interviewed Neelzahs and Dilan the editor. Alas, here is it...

I dunno how to describe out this. But when i played it over again and again...


Monday, May 11, 2009

Noodle Station - KBMall

2007 - the day that I 1st came to this restaurant after being persuaded by a little friends name Sakura or in other words i call her Siput Kering.

Obviously, I never thought it was a heavenly place with all sort of variety food that can be choose from. Noodle Station opened its first day of business in April 2005 at Kota Bharu, with a teams of 12 crews. I only came 2 years after its opening business. Kinda late uh.

Their unique food and name (including la) really attract me for the first sight. And I still remember. The first and foremost food I like most is... Number 10. What's that? Find it by yourself. ^o^

A years later, I ask Dile to came and have a lunch with me at Noodle Station. At same time and same place as I first went there. And you see, Dile nearly craving for it. Siput Kering was there too, laughing at us.

Our favourite drink... Number 177!.. As usual. Find it by yourself.

Dile went to Kelantan about a weeks ago. And I thought of giving him a 'gift' like I promised him a long ago. Em... It is a Vanilla Latte. His favourite drink. I forbid all of my sibling from drinking it. But it ended by me, drinking it.

Dile returns to Petaling Jaya, Selangor this morning at 2 am. With a warms body. Eh, you are in fever, right?? Wakakakaka... He's craving for this vanilla latte to death, obliviously.

So, as I hope that Dile found a restaurant which is similar to Noodle Station at Petaling Jaya.

A song for Dile:

Vanilla latte~


Noodle Station~


favourite restaurant >>>CLICK HERE

Sunday, May 10, 2009

An Old Phrases??

Duduk menyendiri... Berkhayal soam2 (hobi aku sebelum tido)...

Aku teringatkan 1 peribahasa lame yang aku sering terlupa ntuk coretkan. Aku dapat drpd Pok Jit.

"baju yang busuk jika dicium lame2, akan hilang bau busuk nya"

Aku terkesima. Eh, name ku. Opsss.... Abaikan. Ape makna disebalik perkataan ni?? Aku start perah otak time tu. Emm... Maaf, idea ku berlari kencang melarikan diri.

Pok Jit bagi clue... Ish, susah la nak bercakap ngan orang sastera ni... Kalu ade pape mesti bagi clue. Pendekkan citer, dia bgtau gak...

"seseorang yang baru buat kesalahan, memula rasa bersalah. Tapi bile da biasa buat kesalahan tu, rasa bersalah tu akan hilang"

emm... betul, betul, betul...

Aku teringat kisah aku penah wat byk kesilapan dulu (masa kecik dulu, aku betul nakal). Sampai 1 tahap aku kene rotan ape sume. Aku kebal. Aku buat jugak. Bile mak & abah larang, baru aku stop wat sume tu...


Saturday, May 9, 2009

Happy Mother's Day

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Ma....happy mother's day.

how much I love you~

Thursday, May 7, 2009

starting with ourselves

when I was young & free,
my imagination had no limits,
I dreamed of changing the world,
As I grow older & wiser
I discover the world would not change,
So I shortened my sight,
Somewhat I decided to change my only country.

But it too,
Somewhat immovable,
As I grew into my twilight year,
In one desperate attempt,
I settled for changing only my family,
Those closest to me.

But alas,
They have would none of it,
And now as I lie on my death bed,
I suddenly realize,
If only I had change myself first.

Then by example,
I would have change my family,
From their inspiration & encouragement,
I would have been able to better my country,
And who knows,
I may have even change the world.