Thursday, 6 December 2012

Cared by one, Wanted by none.

HEART TO GIVE: A netizen donates his lose change to a bagger in 
front of Farenheit88 shopping complex, Kuala Lumpur - Scartyscarf.
It has always been the culture of seeing and ignoring amongst the people on the street. Fear of being cheated for their kind deeds, for their lives and their love ones, not knowing if such people does really need help or just pretending for some angel to be the next victim, of rape, and rob, and disappearance from the face of the earth. 

Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, one of the most popular city amongst tourism and having Bukit Bintang, the heart of Kuala Lumpur. It has been known countless of times the brand heaven Kuala Lumpur gives, but it has also been ignore million times of the people living in the streets. Some only took shelter on the streets to cut cost of paying house rentals, while others roam the streets with nothing more than a set of clothing, some, worst than what the newspaper prints, have nothing more than a piece of pants to cover their private parts while bagging for a meal to fill.

Saturday, 1 September 2012

Light Sentencing A New Thing For Statutory Rape!

Recently, there are follow-ups reports on the light sentencing for two statutory rape cases in Malaysia which involve two victims aged 12 and 13 year old girls. A former national youth squad bowler, Noor Afizal Azizan and electrician Chuah Guan Jin both received a custodial sentence of five and three years on a RM 25,000 good behavior bond. Read: Court releases written judgment on bowler's rape case decision

While both rapist enjoys the luxury of not being sentence to jail, the public are at a mission to dig out reasons of why both judge for both statutory rape cases gave out a light sentencing with the statement that both rapist will have "a bight future ahead".  If something doesn't smell fishy here, it certainly have got rotten. 

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Give A Badge To The Public!

If politics is of no help, ordinary 
Malaysians have often shown that
they can come forward to held each other.
Read:Community becomes close-knit to fight crime in the residential area

    Everything was made known to have their own function of existing in the system. Teachers to educate the younger generations, doctors to help cure sickness and deal with wounds, firefighters with their hosts and water flashing at the end of the host, extinguishing fires and saving trapped residence, governments to govern the people and lead the country into success and police officers keeping the country and people safe from harm and keeping justice at bay.

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Taiwan towards cleaner toilets for men

It was reported that Taiwanese men were ask by the environmental minister to "sit down" when urinating in order to keep the toilet clean. Is it me or does this article implying that Taiwanese men are either drunk at all times, or that they just do not "point and release"?
Read, Taiwan minister calls on men to sit down to pee.

Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Uniqueness of Malaysian News Reporting

There is definitely something wrong big time in the world of media in Malaysia. What is it that we put in the line of media to the world of citizenship? Where is the important of news for the people? What have ever happen to that strong bond between reporters and their cameraman?

Here is the once major thing I notice happening in media houses in Malaysia. They do not establish a strong bond between reporters and cameraman. Furthermore, the structure of working in Malaysia is totally opposite of those found in the Western civilization. In the Western part of the world, we could see that huge amount of relying on each other for a better outcome of performance to the public. Their reporters are always with their cameraman, never to learn them behind and always with them in every assignment even though if their interviews are done. Reporters never abundant their cameraman nor leave them one man standing. Besides, there in the West, it is the article that adapts to the pictures taken. But here in Malaysia, it is the other way around. Reporters ordered their cameraman to take a certain pictures. They demand for the pictures to appear in a certain way. Malaysian reporters not only leave their cameraman behind as a once man standing, but sometimes let their cameraman to go for assignments without the reporter there. Where is the commitment of working together? For a company that provides information on what is going on in the society, where have the communication gone? 

Monday, 9 January 2012

The Generations of Malaysian's Downfall

There was a time, when people would fight amongst each other because of the difference in believe, thinking and motifs.

Sunday, 1 January 2012

Towards the New Malaysia for 2012

Happy New Year of 2012. As 2011 comes to an end, so does all things must change for the new start towards a new beginning.
This has been said over and over in speeches of the higher end of the government to the people of their country. This has been said all over again and again in each and every year as one ends and another begin.