Sunday, July 27, 2008

My Readings E03

Post your comments on what you have read and cite the source.

161 comments:

syamimihamdan said...

assalamualaikum madam raha and all..

Just want to share some article I’ve read from my sister blog... she said she got this news from one of her friend, EWA…. I’m not sure this article is true or not… but just want to show and share it with all of you

It’s about a baby found dead by his (I think so) own mother… I don’t know either his mother is too careless or the design of the bad is not suitable for baby and kids… for me, I think both…

Based on what I’ve read… the baby found dead while his head stuck at one side of the bed…. The body is hanging at the bed!! OMG!! I can imagine how hard that baby died…. I don’t know how I want to write about it here because I can’t paste that picture here…. By looking at that picture I’m sure all of you will understand how terrible the baby tries to escape from that situation…

Maybe I just left my sister blog address and you can see the picture there… she wrote this on Friday, August 1… Just ignore the rest and read the baby article…. http://onyhamdan.blogspot.com.... But I’m sorry because it’s not in English…. Just want to share this with all of you…

I think that’s all for today…

NURUL SYAMIMI HAMDAN
EA08022(E03)

Anonymous said...

salam...here i would like to share about a book that i have read recently. it was "55 petua orang berjaya" by Dato' Dr Fadzilah Kamsah. it was in malay languages. it is an interesting book because it contain a lot of story that really open my mind about how everyone can be a successful person. one of the story that i really remember is the story of napoleon. he always being played by his friend as a small boy. however he prove himself by becoming the king of france. thats all for now...thank you for reading...

Anonymous said...

i'm so sorry for forgeting my name on my comment at August 4,2008 5:37AM...
norlailah binti lanisa (EA08056)

Anonymous said...

Salam....How do you do????? Today, i just want to share some information with you and all member from E03...I get this information from my readings on a book entitle National Geography....

The topic that i wnt to share with you is about girafee... The book said that giraffe will not inbreeding with each other from the different species.... It is because,they have the different spots...As we know, we can classified a type of giraffe based on their spots...

However,the book said in zoo,the giraffe will inbreeding to each other although they come from the different species...i don't know why.... What do you think???? Whatever...

Its already late... I have to sleep know.. So, thats all... See you later....


MOHD AZLIN EA08094

Anonymous said...

Salam....How are you today???I just want to talk about the presentation from the members of E03...The topic is about the famous person...

I feel quite intresting with the topic....It is because i can get more information about the famous person like the musicion and the computer programmer...So,i can improve my knowledge...

However, its only three group which have done showing their presentation...the other group still did not send their representator including my group...thats all...

MOHD AZLIN EA08094

Anonymous said...

It realized me, touched my heart deeply. Yes, it is. My favorite novel. I have read a few novels before and until now. How fascinating and excellent of this novel is! I read this novel in Mandarin translation, nonetheless, I shall try my way to demonstrate and give through the messages and main points from this book to you all, to let you realizing how touching the novel is!
‘Wenny’, the main character in this novel. She was aged 9. she had never studied in school since she was penniless or even she did not afford to take a good or balanced meal daily. Her father, who had been gone a long time ago since she was aged 3. So, how about her family member actually? She had a mother, a younger brother, who aged 7. She had never felt strange or lonely because her mum love them too much and she even tried to spend all her time on her 2 children.
But, what happened was, the world was reality. Doubtlessly, her mum had to support and bear all the burdens or even expenses daily. She could just earn bit money from sawing and helping to wash clothes from other people daily. No ones can predict or realize what may suppose happen for tomorrow or one day after. Yes, it is thoroughly true and correct.
Her mum fell to sick seriously. And what the sadness was, her mum was suffering from cancer of leukemia! For sure, no anyone more could support or give her a hand for handling this serious problem. What she can actually do? She just can bear by herself. They had to get a big amount of money for her mother’s treatment and therapy. Perhaps, you have already known, it is impossible absolutely.
3 months passed, her sickness was getting worse. This 3 months could be considered a long time for Wenny, just seemed like 10 years long. What had actually happened on her mum, Wenny had seen vividly. She knew, her mum had been suffering a horrible painfulness by attacking of leukemia. For Wenny, her heart had already been broken up, everyday in this 3 months she had to bear to the yell and screaming from her mum because of the PAIN. Try to think, Wenny is just 9, can she afford to this entire upset incident? You may know the answer…
I knew, Wenny could feel the pain too. I also realized that the tears were flowed down on her cheeks everyday, perhaps until the endlessness of her whole life. The darkness and horror existed in Wenny’s mind, can not be eradicated or rubbed out for long-lasting!

Name: Ching Wai Hoong
Matrics no: EA08019
Section: E03

Anonymous said...

Salam......nice to meet you again.....Today, i want to share a new information with you and all members from E03... I have finish my reading on abook entitle Reader Digest just now...

The topic that i want to share with you is Laser Breath Test....The book said that the Scientists from National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Colorado at Boulder have found some method on how to detect the molecules that cause the disease by blasting breath with laser light.....

The new test, called optical frequency comb spectroscopy, is work based on the biological theory....The book said thatthis technique has the potential to be low-cost, powerful and rapid enough that doctor maybe able to screen for disease simply by sampling patients' breath....

So, say goodbye to invasive screening test...thats all...

MOHD AZLIN EA08094

Anonymous said...

salam...here i want to share to all of you a news that i have read in berita harian. the news was about a boy teenager in Thailand, who kill a taxi driver just to demonstrate whether robing a taxi was as easy as he played in the video game. therefore we should not let ourself influence by the technology around us..thank you
norlailah binti lanisa (EA08056)

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syamimihamdan said...

Assalamualaikum Madam raha... I thought we need to make our own blog like other class but since all my friends post what they read here so i just copy what i've wrote at my blog... i.ve wrote it on August 3rd....

Man kills nagging nephew

This is the address for these article... i've read it on Sunday, August 3rd,2008 at NSTonline.

http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Sunday/National/2310651/Article/index_html

This article is about an uncle killed his nephew who approached him for money after his uncle came back from work. His uncle lost his temper and stabbed his nephew (Fong Kam Fian,27) three times, twice in the chest and once in stomach. Based on the article, Kam Fian’s uncle stabbed him in front of his parents but his parents didn’t do anything. At the last paragraph Kam Fian’s father, Fong Kian Seng said that his son had been take drugs and caused trouble at home. Maybe because of this, his father did not do anything while Kam Fian’s uncle stabbed his son in front of him. You can read the full article at the link I've wrote...


What I’ve got after read this article is the disadvantages of taking drug. After taking drug people may do something out of mind and may cause too many trouble at home or public. They will not going to think anything they do is right or wrong and mostly they will cause trouble for their family members especially their parent. Therefore, say NO TO DRUGS!!.. hee~~

NURUL SYAMIMI HAMDAN
EA08022

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum,
In this week,i reading comic naruto but in english.
So,although reading comic not suitable for student,but this my hobby and it can help me to prove english.
Thank you.

ISKANDAR RIZAN BIN MUHAMAD.
EA08136.

syamimihamdan said...

madam raha... i have made my blog... so can you read my article at my blog??....

this is my blog address...
http://syamimihamdan.blogspot.com

NURUL SYAMIMI HAMDAN
EA08022 (E03)

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum...
i like to read sport section in newspaper...this is because i like sport..last week,malaysia and chelsea has a friendly football games..chelsea won this games with 2-0..the goals are score by anelka and ashley cole...so,malaysia players must be training much better...we as a malaysia citizen has to support our players football..thanks...

~shahizad
~EA08050

Anonymous said...

salam..today i want to share to you all about the article that i have read today in Dewan Siswa. it was about the tuol sleng prison. it was actually a school however the khmer rouge regime change it into a prison to torture the person that didn't approve the regimes' power.there was about 1.7 million people of Cambodia killed. one of the torturing way that they have done that really make me sad is how they killed a baby by throwing the baby into the air and shot it with the gun as if the baby was a bird. that's all for today.thanx for reading.
norlailah binti lanisa (EA08056)

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum to all..last week i borrowed an english novel but i just read half of the story and the ending i creat it on my own.the story is about a successfull woman. she has a great carier and always busy with his work.luckily, she then marry his love's one.they live happily but something happen.her husband's mother is the one that destroy their marriage by always control her husband.it is a simple story, but i thought this kind of story always happen among malay people.so, i kind a interested to read it but still cannot finish it.as the ending, i think the woman try to solve this matter since she love her husband very much and she is a brilliant woman. thank you.
~nur syazreen ardnan~ea08070~

Anonymous said...

yesterday i read an article in july RD.according to that article, i knew the asthma rate among kids had rise.from the recent research, it may have to do with our sterile lifestyle and overuse of antibiotics.hence, reduce the usage of antibiotics especially to kids.and, surprisingly, we have to replace our antibacterial soups and cleaning product to the normal one.
~syazreen ardnan~ea08070

Anonymous said...

Salam...today, I have read one article online.."World's smallest snake discovered"...The world's smallest snake, averaging just 10cm (4 inches) and as thin as a spaghetti noodle, has been discovered on the Caribbean island of Barbados.It named Leptotyphlops carlae.The snake's habitat is usually under rocks eating termites.
That's all for today..
thank you'
amir syahir yaakob
EA 08135
E03

Anonymous said...

here are the some of the tips i want to share with you for those who want to build those muscles..fistly,increase your calcium intake.second,try strength training exercise.third,avoid taking fizzy drink like colas which contain phosphoric acid.fourth,take a walk in the park for 30 minutes avery single day.then,watch your alcohol intake and the last,give up for smoking!!..so,try these based on your own levels....

me,farahana
ea08047

Anonymous said...

i've just read about tricky design in the latest readers digest...magic carpet will show us a direction where you exactly want to go..to welcome the visitors,the graphic design read "come in" and not so welcome it will read "go away",this mat is made from a natural fabrics.


me,farahana
ea08047

Anonymous said...

in general, there are maybe three things men do worse than women. salam..today I read one news about why do Women life longer than Men.They smoke a lot more. They eat more food that leads to high cholesterol. And, perhaps related to that, men tend not to deal with their stress as well as women. They may be more prone to internalizing that stress rather than letting go — though that's a fairly controversial point. Nonetheless, stress plays a very important role in cardiovascular disease. that's all

amir syahir eao8135

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum madam rahah....

i have read a book entitled "positif untuk berjaya
"...not an english book actually..
the book was wrote by Dato' Dr. Mohd. Fadzilah Kamsah, Ahmad Zabidi Abdul Razak and Nur Hanani Hussin.
The book had teach me how to be a positive person...with positive thinking, we will be success one day..
We as a students should have all the positive values..
Moreover, we have to know our strentgh and weaknesses..
A lot of improvement in ourself, make us a better person...
As a conclusion, it is important to be positive in many ways...

thank you..

NURUL FARAH AIN BINTI ABDUL HAMID
EA08027

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum teacher, starting from now, i will post my reading to my own blog.

http://scherzos.blogspot.com

Amirul Amir
EA08134

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum madam raha...
i have read a st0ry ab0ut 'a bad pers0n wh0 turned 0ver a new leaf'..
The st0ry discribe ab0ut one girl name Amy wh0 live with her 0wn mother.Amy so obsess with her boyfriend and dont care about her own mother who take care about her since she was born.One day,her boyfriend try to outrage her modesty at her house.Fortunately her mother was there and try to help her.Because of her mistake her mother was killed.Before died,in between gasps of pain,her mother told the same thing was happened to her before.She trust one boy who treated her well.One day her boyfriend took advantage of her and then left her.When she became pregnant,her parents chased her out of their house.She so regret.Because of this,she take care about Amy very well.This story very touching for me.For the conclusion,never trust a man.Especially for my friends,who in relationship,beware for this kind of man...
thank you..

(baithy puteh)

Anonymous said...

salam...today i want to share about a news that i have read in www.bharian.com.my date August 1,2008.this news really shock me because in London most of their university student can't spell certain words. for example they write 'wednesday' as 'wensday','speech' as 'speach'.another thing that suprise me is there were a lecturer that just ignore the wrong spelling and consider it as 'spelling differences'.well thats all i want to share today. thank you.
norlailah binti lanisa(EA08056)

Anonymous said...

asslamualaikum madam raha....actually i have already finished to read the book ' Jangan Bersedih' from malay version...i forgot the author's name...i can conclude that this book is very good to me....its have more advice and tips for ourselves...its more islamic...i really like this book because the author gives some advice....the author also wrote about islamic history such as our prophet,nabi Muhammad s.a.w. and others...its really interesting...
so,that's all from me

NUR AZIA AZWANI BINTI ISMAIL
EA08126
E03

Anonymous said...

emmmm...
assalamualaikum w.b.t...
actualy i have read a megazine..
National Geographic megazine...
It's an interesting megazine because much of knowldge can we took from it...
I like i just read before, it's about how the hikers from China took their olympic torch to everest...
it was realy interesting... that just i want to share... salam...
faiz nawawi
EA08026
e03

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum..
actually i like to read about phone's megazine..like E-Ring..
it good for me because this reading meterial contains a lots of knowledge about handphone,new stuff,software and many more...and i feel like i was the pro-people in the world of handset...

ikhwan shuffle
ea08114

Anonymous said...

Salam,Mdm Raha.....Long time no see....Today, i want share some information with you based on what i have read in newspaper...Actually,this is an old news...But, i just want to share...
The news is about the cracks that happen at MRR2... Actually,this is not the firt time but the third... The problem still investigated by the goverment...
I think this problem happen because the existence of corruption in our society....So, what do you think??????
MOHD AZLIN EA08094

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum...
last thursday i have read a book
its abaut haw to improve our logic thinking
the book also said in our brain they are there tipe of wave alpha,gama and beta.
every wave have thier own funtion. but only the beta wave that can impove logikal thinking.that all
MOHD HAZWAN HASHIM EA08092

Anonymous said...

salam...today the things that i read is about an architect who also an landscape designer and animal breeder. he was an succesful architect in the beginning but when economy crisis happen in our country then he have to take other alternative as his company didn't get any project. he then do some landscaping in his former customer office. now he respondsible for the landscape of Istana Sultan Selangor. he become a breeder because of his love toward animals and now he have 6 former race horses.the lesson that i learn is we shouldn't just focusing on one thing only. we should sometimes learn other thing because we don't know what happen in the future.that's all for now. thank you.
norlailah binti lanisa(EA08056)

Anonymous said...

salam...today i want to share the news about a woman who give birth to septuplets.this news i read in www.yahoo.com.its was about a woman in egypt had a caeserian operation to give birth to her seven children.all of her children was healthy. she gave birth to 4 sons and 3 daughter.she was actually eating fertility pill to have a sons but then she get 4 sons and 3 daughter.that is all i want to share today. thank you for reading.
norlailah binti lanisa (EA08056)

Anonymous said...

Actually these few articles i've read since the beginning of this month but i always forgot to leave my comment on this blog. I found these articles on the same magazine, that is the Jusco Pearl Magazine, July 2008 edition.

The first one is about health. We often pull out yesterday's leftovers and think to ourselves, "Is that safe to eat?". While some things may smell or taste ok, we could actually be putting harm's way into our mouth. This is what 'How Safe Is Your Food?' all about. It's a very interesting article. It also tells us the ways to prepare the food safely and some safety facts which I think it is very useful for us to have these as basic knowledge nowadays.

The second article is about beauty. Regardless of how much you spend on beauty products and facials, skimping on sleep will cause your skin to look dull and tired. From this article, I found out that getting the right amount of sleep will not just help us to regain energy, but also reduces stress hormones, controls cortisol level which directly controls our appetite and improves our skin. Aim to go to bed before 10pm or 11pm, as this is the time where our sleep will be most productive and try to make our sleeping and waking up time the same time each day. From article 'Are You Getting Enough Beauty Sleep?'.

Next is about losing hair. There are people losing hair in every second. Some are natural but most are due to these 3 reasons; stress, poor nutrition and harsh hair treatment. Nobody likes baldness. So why not take good care of our hair when we are still young before it starts dropping naturally when we are old?

The fourth article is about how to keep beautiful friendships. "Friendships are one of the most beautiful things to happen to human kind. It's wonderful to feel related to somebody whom we aren't related to." I like this phrase as it is very meaningful. From this article, I learnt the importances of friendship and some pointers on how to maintain the good friendships we are having.

Another reason why I like to read Jusco Pearl magazine is because there are many food recipes. I'm a very bad cook but I like to eat. I'm also very interested in cooking and baking. From this magazine, I get to learn some new ways to cook new dishes in different methods. I know there are not many things we can read in recipes but I learn many ingredients words that are new to me.

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

Salam.....How's your holiday??? Today, iwant to talk about the badminton final tournament between Lee Chong Wei and Lin Dan....Do you watch the tournament????

I watch the tournament with my family...Actually, i feel disapointed with Chong Wei after finish wathing the tournament... It is not causes by his lose, but causes by his action when defeat Lin Dan...He did not defeat Very well...

Its look like Chong Wei being kidding by Lin Dan....I don't know why Chong Wei lost his spirit... I can accept his lost because we know that Lin Dan is number 1 badminton player in the world... Other than that,he play at his place,his country...Its okey..

But, i think that i can forgive Chong Wei because his already realize on his guilty...I hope next time, he can defeated well...

MOHD AZLIN EA08094

Anonymous said...

Salam....Today iwant to share with you about what i have read on the newspaper....The news is about Wan Nor Azlina and his husband.... Do you read the news?????The news being hot for about two weeks...

The news show us what happen to Wan Nor Azlina when her husband lose to settle his payment to Ah Long....Thats so horrible... Almost everyday his wife being blackmailed by Ah Long....

Actually, i don't know why her husband willing to borrow money from Ah Long...It is very unbrilliant action.... Not only that..He also take a high risk by getting help from a gangster... Finally, see what happen to him and also his family....

So,as a moral value,we should never trust on Ah Long...Ever and ever... Theres a lot of way to settle our money problem beside borrow money from Ah Long...Thats all....

MOHD AZLIN EA08094

Anonymous said...

Salam......Today, i want give some comment about our slide show presentation last week... Some of my members talk about legend and the others talk about myself and my uniqueness including me....

I feel quite interesting with this coursework.... It is because we can share many things by each others...I can improve my knowledge after watch my friend's presentation...

I can add my knowledge about some legends and i also can know my friends very well after they give presentation about themselves....

I also get new experiance when give a presentation about my uniqueness in front of my members...I can use all of what i have learn on how to give a good presentation... Thats all....

MOHD AZLIN EA08094

Anonymous said...

Today I've read an online article about 'Water: The Drink for Long Life'. This article tells us how water factors into our health and longevity plans. The amount of water we are encouraged to drink is at least 2 litres everyday but how many of us really have this drinking habit? Those of you who want to know more about the benefits of a good "drinking habit" can log on to http://health.yahoo.com/experts/drmao/15595/water-the-drink-for-long-life/;_ylt=Anh2KLgoMfTNQ2n_nFuLEFWz5xcB. As we know, health is the most important thing in our life but I find that the health of people nowadays is getting from bad to worse due to many factors. We can live for days without food, but our survivals depend on drinking water.

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

Actually, I dont like to read books.But i love to read newspaper articles.What I want to share is about handphones.
If we make a statistics,almost everyone have at least one handphone.Handphone is used to communicate.That is the main function of cellphones.
But,nowadays,pupils and sometimes adult has used the cellphones for useless thing.and with the modern technology now,the cellphones have many function.first is mms,then wap and gprs.Now,3G.We already forgot what is the main function of the cellphones.The world is already change.Now,when the teenagers want to have sex,they used the cellphones to tahe their sex video.How Stupid and shameful. The cellphones is used to communicate,and sometimes to sent pictures.But now,the cellphones function already have been misused.now its used to sent even porngraphic pictures.That's why we find to many porno pictures in the internet. We must change the new generation.We must make them more dicipline tolive in this new and challenging world.

Jeremy Said
(EA08115)

Anonymous said...

I've read an online article about "Study Strategies". Have you ever considered how effective your study methods are? Well, in case you haven't, this article that i've read have compiled some strategies for you:
1. Study in short, frequent sessions.
2. Study under feasible circumstances.
3. Reviewing is a good practice.
4. Pay attention to your own mistakes.
5. Create a study framework.
6. Realise your potential and set goals.
Actually there are much more methods. Whoever interested can log on to http://www.enhancedhealing.com/articles/view.php?article=698.

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

salam...today i want to share abou a news i read in http://news.yahoo.com. it was about this pigeon which keep under custody because it was use to smuggle drug to a prison in Bosnia.the guard suspected the involving of the bird when 4 prisoners visibly intoxicated shortly after the pigeon landed on a prison window.all the 4 prisoners was tested positive for heroin.this kind of smuggling was also happen in Brazil earlier this year and its not only smuggle drugs but also mobile phone.thats all.thank you.
norlailah binti lanisa (EA08056)

Anonymous said...

GET BACK ON TRACK

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi saw it all for himself – how commuters jostle to get into the KTM Commuter and LRT coaches and the delays they have been putting up with during the morning rush hour.
Like most commuters, Abdullah spent time waiting for the train to arrive when he took rides from Serdang on a KTM Commuter and later switched to the LRT to get to Masjid Jamek.
He also spoke to scores of passengers, and they had no qualms telling him the problems they face in using the train services.
“They appear to be no system, I’m not happy with this the people are not getting satisfaction from riding the trains. This we must fix,” said Abdullah, who wants the rail transport system to get back on track. From “The Star”

Name: Ching Wai Hoong
Matrix No: EA08019
Section: E03

Anonymous said...

I’m a real boy

Just because you’re a boy, you can’t cry and you can’t wear pink. You can’t play with girls, bake or prance and skip. Or can you? Clayton Koh challenges, in simple rhyme, all the old-fashioned notions of how boys should behave and what they should like. And the illustrations are also by Koh, a real boy who enjoys painting, swimming, knitting and reading

The Human Body Book

This highly detailed book about the human body is suitable for use by the whole family. It is filled with colorful three-dimensional digital images of body systems and organs as well as high-quality photographs. The illustrations are accompanied by text that covers human anatomy, physiology and diseases. Sidebars, tables and charts break up the information for easy digestion. And there is an interactive DVD featuring more great graphics and information about the wonderful and amazing human body and how it works. From “The Star”

Name: Ching Wai Hoong
Matrix no: EA08019
Section: E03

Anonymous said...

salam...today i want to share something about unique building in our world.one of it of course the Dynamic Tower in Dubai which all of its 80 floors can move alone every second.besides that there also a building that called The Basket Building in USA. the shape of this building was 100% similar to the shape of basket that our mother use to go to the market.there also a place called The Dancing House in Czech Republic due to its shape which look like a dancing women.there also Piano House in China,The Crooked House in Poland,and Sam Kee,the thiniest building in Canada.others can read about this in www.bharian.com.my dated 24 August.thank you.
norlailah binti lanisa (EA08056)

Anonymous said...

So you think that meditation is a more effective way of going to sleep than counting sheep? Or is it a better alternative to watching reruns on TV? Well for some, that may be true. Today I've read an article about the benefits of meditation. Meditation shifts the brain's activity from the stress-prone part to the calmer part of the brain. In another words, it takes us back into the NOW and lets go of the THEN. I think it's a very useful method for people who often have stress from study, work or family to live better and healthier lives. From http://www.enhancedhealing.com/articles/view.php?article=1071.

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

salam....today i want to share about a web site that i open today. it is www.oddee.com . this website would tell you about weird things in our world.some of the topic is 10 Homes That Defy Gravity,Worlds Most Creative Building,10 Most Amazing Ghost Towns,15 Strangely Shaped Trees,10 Most Bizarre People On Earth and many more.one of the news that really gain my attention is the Floating Castle in Ukraine.it was actually a house which only supported by a single cantilever.other than that is the Habitat 67 in Canada where all the apartments connect and stacks like Lego blocks.in this website also i learn about one of the most bizarre medical conditions-fetus in fetus.it was about a story of a guy in India who have his twin in his belly.thats all i can share here.thank you.
Norlailah Binti Lanisa (EA08056)

Anonymous said...

assalamuaikum madam

this is my first time post a comment to you.About book i have buy This is How it happen by Jo Barret.It about a girl had been rejected by her 5 year boyfriend and stole her idea also her company.(siti EA08096)

Anonymous said...

assalamuaikum madamcomment
Book Of World Records is the one of the book that i borrow from my friend.It good book to gain my general knowledge as it provide many information.so teacher i hope the next time when you read this kind of book you found my name.Is my pure dream to be famous person in the world.Despite my popularity i will never forget the person who has teach me many thingand that is you(siti EA08096)

Anonymous said...

Your Ring tone

A cell phone’s ring tone can be just about anything. It can imitate the ring of an old-fashioned telephone, reproduce a snappy 1980s pop song or even sound like a frog ribbeting. All of these are not particular things, but what the vital is that ring tones can say about a person or even are representations of the characteristics and personalities of human beings. Ring tones are a style statement just like clothing, shoes and make-up. It can be considered our necessities or requirements which it is an indication of what he or she is like personally. A ring tone says as much about a person and it’s easier to get it across. If someone has downloaded a song by Bob Dylan or Jimy Hendrix to his cell phone, this person is more likely very pensive and interested in many different things. It’s a sign that he or she is creative, clever and open-minded. People who select a soft rock melody will surely be viewed by others as romantic. A person who downloads the Star Wars theme song is hoping it will help him reach others who share the same interest. From “The Star”

Name: Ching Wai Hoong
Matrix no: EA08019
Section: E03

Anonymous said...

salam...today i want to share something that we always didn't notice in olympic games.it was about the live of 2 somalian athletes.maybe no one will know about them as they being the last in their event.first is Samia Yusuf Omar(200-meter) and Abdi Said Ibrahim(5000-meter). it is a very touching story as they live as an athletes didn't same as other athletes from other country. they didn't given specific food,they didn't have a stadium to practice,and both of them always being bullied as they active in sport. however they still proceed their dream because they know sports is one thing that can unite the people of Somalia.you can read it in www.yahoo.com.thank you.
Norlailah Binti Lanisa (EA08056)

Anonymous said...

Salam.....It is nice to see you again....Today, i want to share a special news with you...I get this news from the newspaper last monday.....Its about our university, UMP....Do you read the news..IF you did not read yet, you are very unlucky person.... Hahaha, just kidding......

The report told that UMP manage to produce a fake decoy...It used to kill termites and called Pisoptera...The fake decoy is very effectice and easy to used....The chief researcher,Abdul Syukur Abd Razak said that,the cost to produce Pisoptera is quite cheaper..

The report also told that Pisoptera is not only easy to used, but alsodid not produce any smell that can disturb people comfortable..... Thats all....

MOHD AZLIN EA08094

Anonymous said...

As usual, today I've read an online article and it's about 'Winning An Argument'. I chose this article to read because arguments happen around us all the time. Therefore, it's good to get some basic knowledge about arguments. First of all, when you enter into an argument with another, what is it that you hope to gain? I guess most of you would say "to win". Well, actually there are four possible outcomes of an engagement, win, lose, compromise or stalemate. The real winners are not people who won the argument but those who have compromised and allowed the others to understand and see their points without leaving them wounded. However, compromising is often seen by many as losing. In another words, an argument does not have to be about winning or losing. Both parties come away elevated when they feel they have both contributed to a positive outcome. From http://www.enhancedhealing.com/articles/view.php?article=1094.

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum w.b.t..
i have read a book titled MARIAN KEYES & THE OTHER SIDE OF STORIES. the story is about a girl who has conflict in her life..she faced the problem when her parent broke off,where her dad had a plan to marry another woman which was younger than her.she dont expected this to happen as her dad is in his golden time. sometimes she tought that her father had something problem which is Alzhemeir.
during these period of time,she had no choice that is to keep in view and always be there for her mother that faced the hardship.in this situation,she trained herself to become independent,responsible,to be patience and ready to sacrifice a lot of interesting things in her life.
so, i would say that this story gave me an impact and a lot of inspirations and build my spirit up.
lastly,i wont feel shy to reccommend for all of those readers out there. =)

NUR SYAKIRAH BINTI SAPIE
EA08109

Anonymous said...

Hello, Mdm Raha...

I dont have much things to be shared since i dont really like reading thing. It is not that i dont read at all, i do, but just a little. Recently, i have read one article which has no title and it is about the no 1's killer in the world, AIDS or acquired immune deficiency syndrome. It is a set of symptons and infections resulting from the damage to the human immune system caused by human immunodeficiency(HIV). AIDS is now a pandemic. In 2007, an estimated 33.2 million people lived with the disease worldwide and it killed an estimated 2.1 million people, including 330,000 children. Over three-quarters of these deaths occurred in sub-Saharan Africa. Most researchers believe that HIV originated in there during twientieth century. AIDS was first recognised in 1981 and its cause, HIV, in the early1980s. Although treatments for AIDS and HIV can slow the course of the disease, there is currently no vaccine or cure. Antiretroviral treatment reduces both the mortality and the morbidity of HIV infection, but these drugs are expensive and routine access to antiretroviral medication is not available in all countries. Due to the difficultyin treating HIV, preventing infection is a key aimm in controlling the AIDS epidermic, with health organisations promoting safe sex and needle-exchange programmes in attempts to slow the spread of the virus.
Ends of my reading..


ADILA
EA08084
E03

Anonymous said...

Hello madam raha.....umm...today,i have already read one article in DEWAN SISWA's magazine.....i really interesting about this article.....this article story about the value of money among the teenagers.well,from my reading,this article's writer said that most of teenager spent the money for useless things...Besides,the university student spent their loanship for new handphone,travel,buy the new clothes and videgames...actually, sometimes it happens to me..i dont how to use my money for the right thing..so,i hope i can change my bad behaviour......

NUR AZIA AZWANI BINTI ISMAIL
EA08126
E03

Anonymous said...

Hello madam raha...nice to meet you again...i have read the article about 'An Apple A Day' in HEALTHTODAY's magazine....what i like about this article is maybe some of us dont know about the apple advantages....well,from this article i really attract some sentence which is "An Apple A Day Keeps The Doctor away?What you expect from this sentence..From my reading,apples are a great source of vitamin C which has antioxidant properties to prevent cellular damage..Besides,apples contain a soluble fibre that can reduce blood cholesterol and glucose levels.....furthermore, i like apple...so, i really hope that i have already give some knowledge to all my friends based on my readings....

NUR AZIA AZWANI BINTI ISMAIL
EA08126
E03

Anonymous said...

Do you think buying junk food in small packages will help you eat less? If your answer is yes, watch out. Two new marketing studies found that some people tend to consume more calories when junk food portions and packages are smaller. Smaller packages are more likely to fuel temptation because they are considered to be innocent pleasures, and may turn out to be sneaky small sins. Large packages, on the other hand, trigger concern about overeating. From article "Small Packages Trick People to Eat More", http://news.yahoo.com/story//livescience/20080825/sc_livescience/smallpackagestrickpeopletoeatmore

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

The law of attraction simply states that you become what you think about most. Whatever situation you may be, you have the power to achieve what you want in life. In another words, if you think you are rich, you can be right. However, if you think you are rich but you feel so stingy over the money you have, you are obviously not in congruent with your thoughts. Actually it's not so much about what you think, but rather the feelings you are having. Therefore, if one is having recurring negative emotions, one must clear them in order to activate the law of attraction to work in one's life. There are 2 simple steps:
1) Take 100% responsibility in your life (stop blaming everything under the sun, except yourself).
2) Give gratitude (to what you already have in your life).
From http://www.enhancedhealing.com/articles/view.php?article=1045

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

I recently read a quiz in the Japan Close-Up (the 100th edition)...

I hope that, all of you can try to answer this simple quiz...

The number 99 is a mysterious number. If you calculate the square of 99, you get 9801, which can be writen as "98+O1", and this also adds up to 99. See if you can find two other two-digit number that have the same characteristics as 99..

99x99 = 9801
99 = 98+01

Try this and i will tell the answer later....good luck!!

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry because i forgot to put my name on my quiz...

NURUL FARAH AIN BINTI ABDUL HAMID
EA08027

thank you

Anonymous said...

Why a smoker won't quit after hearing that puffing away is a leading cause of death? Why an obese person can't shed a few pounds after learning that lethal ailments loom for the overweight? Scientists have come up with a host of reasons why humans stick to bad habits, and they are zeroing in on what to do about it.
1) Innate human defiance.
2) Need for social acceptance.
3) Inability to truly understand the nature of risk.
4) Individualistic view of the world and the ability to rationalize unhealthy habits.
5) Genetic predisposition to addiction.
Although the reasons people can't stop the bad habits have been identified, the problems still can't be solved if the people involved aren't changing their behaviours. From http://www.livescience.com/health/061205_bad_habits.html

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

I recently read about "EASY but USEFUL JAPANESE"

In this section,We will learn some japanese word here, so maybe it is useful one day for us...

If you can continue to remember the words introduced here every month, Japanese will appreiciate your efforts and will be much friendlier to you.. the word is

"to-ni-ka-ku"

This word can be use in many situations. It usually means "anyway" or "at any rate". If your friends hesitates to do something, you can say to him or her, "tonikaku yarinasa" (do it anyway)...
When u have an opportunity to eat Japanese dishes for the first time, your Japanese collegue or friends may encourage you to try, saying "tonikaku doozo" (please try it anyway)......
This expression is very useful when someone is at loss what to do...If you are asked to do something you are not good at, you can say, "tonikaku gambari masu" (anyway i will do my best)....
When you make a lunch appointment with someone and he or she does not appear even after the appointment time, you can say, "tonikaku machi mashou" (let's wait for him or her anyway)...
when a school boy wants to play outside, his mother says to him, "tonikaku mazu (first), shukudai (homework) yarimasai" (anyway finish your homework first)....

okey that's all
thank you...

NURUL FARAH AIN BINTI ABDUL HAMID
EA08027

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum madam rahah,

i recently know that stress has two: that are stress that's good and stress that's bad... i read about this article from reader's digest book for august edition..

so from my reading:
stress that's good are;
1) having a filled-to-the-brim schedule that still contains several activities that you look forward to and enjoy doing.

2) facing something with enough excitement to override any fears

3)being tired enough to get restful, deep sleep.

4)feeling challenged and alert-primed to tackle the task at hand

and here are some stress that's bad;

1)having an overloaded schedule stuffed with obligations that you don't enjoy and wouldn't fulfil if you had a choice.

2)facing something with a mixture of dread, worry and anxiety.

3) wanting to stay in all time rather than take a stab at getting through the day

4)having restless sleep, ulcers,back pain or recurent illness.

okey that's all...
thank you

NURUL FARAH AIN BINTI ABDUL HAMID
EA08027

Anonymous said...

Hi!!!!madam raha...i really like the article from READER'S DIGEST...the article told about the king of cards...The professional card stacker,Bryan Berg build up his creativity based on his succeed to build up the Capitol building in Washington for 3 days....He said he want to achieve Guinness World Record.....i really like his attitude whis is he will never give up to achieve his vision...umm..that's all...thanks...

NUR AZIA AZWANI BINTI ISMAIL
EA08126
E03

Anonymous said...

Insomnia is said to be the most common sleep disorder. According to the National Institutes of Health, these dissatisfying sleep experiences only get in the way of daily activities for 10% of us. And in almost half of those cases, the real underlying problem is illness (often mental) or the effects of a substance, like coffee or medication. Here are 5 recent findings that might help you rest easier:
1. You sleep better than you think you do.
2. You need less sleep as you age.
3. You can sleep like a baby (one at night time and one mid-day).
4. Animals exhibit a range of sleep habits (but not for humans)
-> We will lose ability to focus even just 1 night of missed sleep.
5. Get used to being tired, hit the desk:
a) Go to bed at the same time nightly.
b) Set aside enough time to hit that golden 7 hours of sleep.
c) Block out distracting lights and noises.
d) Exercise regularly but not right before bed.
e) Avoid taking subtances containing caffeine at least 4 hours before bedtime.
If you can follow these few easy steps, you can totally forget about taking sleeping pills or other treatments.
From http://www.livescience.com/health/080801-top5-sleep-facts.html

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

'Sleep: How Much Is Enough?' The best answer is that you feel fully refreshed and alert the following day when you get enough sleep. If you need an alarm clock to wake you up in the morning, you probably aren't getting enough sleep. However, many people seem to have a cultural bias against sleep. They think of sleep as a waste of time. On the other hand, we often hear people complaining that they are not getting enough sleep. Inadequate nighttime sleep can lead to daytime sleepiness, fatigue, poor concentration and memory, and an increased risk of mistakes and accidents. Researchers also have shown that inadequate sleep can increase one's appetite and promote weight gain. From
http://health.yahoo.com/experts/depression/1193/sleep-how-much-is-enough/

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

"Lord of the Ring"..Everybody who loving to watching movies is very familiar with that phrase..But I wanted to share a knowledge about one of the race that involved in these movies,Hobbits...

Form the book "The Hobbit" by J.R.R Tolkien" tells that hobbit is small human or dwarf that lives in Shire, the beautiful place and perfect farm..Reasons of that, most of Hobbits work as a farmer..

So that its...

Muhamad Ahnaf EA08116

Anonymous said...

salam today i want to share about how bad global warming affect our arctic.recently scientists saying that a global warming 'tipping point' is happening alreadyas sea ice in the arctic is at its second lowest level in about 30 years.it is very dangerous as within 5 to less than 10 years ,arctic would be free of ice in the summer.the consequences for this is the threatened polar bear would go extinct as arctic serves as primary habitat for them.well thats all.thank you.
norlailah binti lanisa (EA08056)

Anonymous said...

salam..last night i have read one story in READER'S DIGEST...what i like about this story is the author wrote about her experience and her mother's sacrifice during her childhood...actually, i forgot her name...she has finished study in bachelor of english literature and her sister works as the librarian in Kuala Lumpur..in her childhood, her father willing work very hard to support his family..one day her mother sent them to the school with her father's old bicycle.they complaint that they embrassed...but they don't know her mother's sacrifice...now,they really realise that her mother don't want her children same like her..live without eduacation.. i really impressed her mother's spirit to her children....

NUR AZIA AZWANI BINTI ISMAIL
EA08126
E03

Anonymous said...

Cows seem to know which way is north
WASHINGTON - Talk about animal magnetism, cows seem to have a built-in compass. No bull: Somehow, cattle seem to know how to find north and south, say researchers who studied satellite photos of thousands of cows around the world.

Most cattle that were grazing or resting tended to align their bodies in a north-south direction, a team of German and Czech researchers reports in Tuesday's issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
"The magnetic field of the Earth has to be considered as a factor," the scientists said.
This challenges scientists to find out why and how these animals align to the magnetic field, Begall said in an interview via e-mail.
"Of course, the question arises whether humans show also such a spontaneous behavior," she said, adding, what "consequences does it have for their health."
For my comment: If they have evidence suggesting that mammals are using magnetic fields to orient their movements, this is very cool!!

Name: Ching Wai Hoong
Matrices No: EA08019
Section: E03

Anonymous said...

ASSALAMUALAIKUM MADAM RAHA.
I have read a novel.The title is "memoirs of geisha".It is a romantist story.I'M very enjoy with it.
THANK YOU.
NORSUKMAWATI BINTI ISHAK.
EA08118
E03

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum,
Today I would like to share an information about 1 of the beautiful national park in the world; Kaziranga National...
Kaziranga National Park is a national park in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of Assam, India. It is a World Heritage Site, and two-thirds of the world's Great One-horned Rhinoceroses live in the park. Kaziranga has the highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world and was declared a Tiger Reserve in 2006. The park has large breeding populations of elephants, water buffalo and swamp deer. Kaziranga is recognised as an Important Bird Area by Birdlife International for conservation of avifaunal species. The park has achieved notable success in wildlife conservation compared to other protected areas in India. Located on the edge of the Eastern Himalaya biodiversity hotspot, the park combines high-species diversity and visibility.


Muhumad Ahnaf EA08116

Anonymous said...

Most popular tabloid newspaper in Malaysia and also in the world; The Sun...Ok, today i would like to share an background history of these newspaper...

The Sun is a tabloid daily newspaper published in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland with the highest circulation of any daily English-language newspaper in the world, standing at an average of 3,121,000 copies a day between January and June 2008 and with a daily readership of approximately 7,900,000, of which 56 per cent are male and 44 per cent female...

By circulation it is the eighth biggest newspaper in any language in the world, one place behind its Sunday stablemate the News of the World, although their circulations are close and these places were briefly reversed during May 2008. It is published by News Group Newspapers of News International, itself a subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation...

EA08116 Muhamad Ahnaf

Anonymous said...

salam... how are you? i want to say, "welcome back to UMP". i don't want to write longer,just i want to share with you all about 'pilihan raya' ( i don't know this words in English ) yesterday. i'm not the politician people,but what happened in the malaysia was interest me to know. so,that show malaysia is the democratic country. Anwar Ibrahim from PKR has won from that 'pilihan raya' at Permatang Pauh,that versus with Datuk Arif Shah from BN and Hanafi Mamat from Akim.:=). so,from that results,money politics and 'liwat' issues cannot interested to peoples. i'm not pro-PKR or pro BN and also pro-Akim because i was so angry and disapointed belong this 'pilihan raya'. i think you all knows that. so,i want to advise to BN,you can try again. he3... so as student,we must know what happened in our country and also in this world. be an open-minded engineer. so,thats all.thank you for reading my writing.
mohd fariz faizuan (EA08107)

Anonymous said...

assalamualikum..yesterday i read about barrack obama and just want to share my opinion with you.in order to be the first black president of america,his wife give a full support and always be by his side.from the article,she gives a talk and she pledge that her husband will end the war in iraq,revise a sputtering economy and extend health care to all.so,this is what the people relly wants.compared with hillary clinton,i think obama will win this time.

me,farahana
ea08047

Anonymous said...

salam madam
nowdays i try to finish my reading about a book entitle the others women by jane green.at first it all about awomen who are very excited to get married.when i have finish i will tell you the whole story.
ea08096

Anonymous said...

salam..today I read some animals news.It topic is Largest Squid Ever Caught Is "Giant, Gelatinous Blob".It has the 30-foot-long (10-meter) and caught at Antarctica in 2007.It fully mature would have had many thousands of eggs inside it mantle cavity, a chamber inside it tubular upper body. Hmm...mybe its baby so cute and can grow
same like it mum..

thank you,
amir syahir yaakob
ea08135

Anonymous said...

salam...there is some news about tarantula.. It was"World's Largest Spider" Stalks South American Jungles.The goliath birdeater tarantula of South America is arguably the biggest spider in the world. The venomous night hunter can grow to be one foot (30 centimeters) long and sports one-inch (2.5-centimeter) fangs. it so large. Maybe its bite can make we
died.Hopefully you all mus be aware in jungle..

thank you,
amir syahir yaakob
ea08135

Anonymous said...

I'm sure everyone still remember the song "I Hate Public Speaking". Anxiety is one of the feelings that most people struggling with everyday. It makes us lose our self-esteem and self-confidence expecially during a presentation. Here is a list of techniques to manage one's anxiety, fear and self-esteem:
1. Practice makes perfect. Through practices, you will become better at the task at hand and your self-confidence will increase.
2. Visualize yourself doing a task (that have to perform in future) in your mind.
3. Pray and ask God for help. It will help managing your fears and self-confidence.
4. Write down on a list everything that you are thankful for. When you feel down, take out the list and review everything that have listed.
5. Talk to a professional. It will provide you with additional advice and insights on how to deal with your current problems.
Anxieties often make us fail in many important tasks that we want to do. Therefore, we must not let our anxieties overcome our self-confidence if we want to succeed in life. From http://www.enhancedhealing.com/articles/view.php?article=418

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

Striking a balance
Where do parents’ rights end and children’s rights begin?
WE LIVE in a world filled with different ways of expressing life. Every parent has his or her own way of raising children.
There are parents who believe that children should be told what to do and set right by strict disciplinary rules.Other parents prefer to raise their children by offering them guidance in making their own choices.
We would like to think that every child is safe under the protection and guidance of his or her parents. But sadly, with the rising number of child abuse and neglect cases in our society, we must view with seriousness how parents deal with their children.
One parent I talked to was of the opinion that children will become spoilt brats if the cane is not used to discipline them.
Another parent said she chose to raise her children without the cane because she did not want them to fear her, the way she feared her own father.She wanted a different kind of relationship with her children, one that stems from respect and not fear.
For my own view, no parent do all the right things and none of all wrong things. In fact, we all want to do what is the best for their children and ourselves.
I believe parents who have positive self-awareness and are confident that they are doing right by their children, can strike a balance between the rights of children and those of parents.
Parents are not only teachers; they are also learners. As we embark on this parenting journey, we will learn many lessons about ourselves and our children.

Ching Wai Hoong
EA08019
E03

Anonymous said...

Building trust
How to help your child overcome her fear of washing hair.
Many children around the age of 4 or 5 have problems with water and soap getting into their eyes. They worry even at the anticipation of having their hair washed. Sometimes no amount of coaxing can convince them.
Your child needs to feel that she or he is actually in control by washing her or his hair. Don't force your child to wash her or his hair when they still could not adapt the water or soap or even in unwilling situasion.
As a perfect and excellent parent, you require to provide several essential views and suggestions to your child, but the final decision lies on him or her. If you do forcingly, it just make your child afraid more and lead the situasion more worse. If it do not work, you can try to listen to your child opinion, perhaps, she or he has her or his own way for washing hair. The more time you spend listening attentively to your child, the better she will feel.
You may want to give her a mirror to look at how her hair is being washed while you are doing it. Children feel less fear when they can see what is going on.
To settle her fears, you need to help her work on possible solutions. Avoid telling her what is best for her; rather, let her try to work it out using different approaches. While it may take time for her to let go of her fears, your support and trust can make a big difference. From The Star Online.

Ching Wai Hoong
EA08019
E03

Anonymous said...

Do u believe that disposable diaper can save a child's life? In Sao Paulo, Brazil, a disposable diaper has saved the life of an 18-month-old boy, breaking his fall from a third-floor apartment window. He survived a 30-foot fall because his diaper snagged on a security spike embedded in the concrete wall around his apartment building. The boy dangled from the spike for a moment, then the diaper opened and the baby fell to the ground, but at a much slower speed. It was a miracle as he could also be killed by one of the spikes. Later, the child was just treated for minor fractures and he was in stable condition. From the news, I find that anything can happen to us. We never know what will happen tomorrow, or even in the next second. Therefore, we must always try our best to do whatever we want and have to do, and appreciate the people around us, especially our parents so that we will not regret it one day. From http://news.yahoo.com/story//ap/20080829/ap_on_fe_st/odd_saved_by_diaper

Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

It's really true that in this world, there are always problems and failures that will always accompany in human being as long as he lives. Sometimes it can lead us to sink and loss our hopes to move on, to reach for the stars of our dreams. However, only in time of trials and hardships that a man will be known in the pages of history if he is really a man of power, a man of courage or a man of talking and retreat. If you encounter with tough hardships, failures, problems and odds, your philosophy in life should be...Never, never give up! Or the burden may sink you. Read this carefully...

If you think you are beaten, you are.
If you think you dare not, you don't.
If you'd like to win but think you can't, it's almost certain you won't.
Life's battles don't always to the stronger or faster man,
But sooner or later, the man who wins is the man who thinks he can.

In conclusion, the keys to success are to know yourself. Control your mind. Think. Make right decisions. Never accept defeat. Believe in yourself. Mentally accept your great future. Never think of failing. Believe that YOU CAN IF YOU THINK YOU CAN! And always remember...that the Future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams! From http://www.enhancedhealing.com/articles/view.php?article=714

Anonymous said...

Sorry. Forgot to leave my name for the previous comment on September 6.
Phoong Phooi Theng (EA08039)

Anonymous said...

Have you ever heard any about "Smart School"? I think you might have considerable ideas about this kind of school. Yes, this is absolutely what you are thinking now. Is that your school is considered smart school before during you studied five or even
just six year in you secondary school before that? Then how many that you know about this type of school? So I would like to
share with you all a few information about this kind of school to let you know more about it.
"Smart School", when you just heard this name, i think you have already known that this kind of school is related to the digital
and high technology system in teaching and learning guideline. Then, I would like to elaborate more this event about this school.
Smart schools, first introduced in 1999, differ from regular schools in several ways. For one thing, a part of their teaching and learning uses digital content and ICT hardware.
Then, students are provided with facilities such as web-based TV while teachers are given software like the Web School Management System (WSMS) and
Learning Content Management System (LCMS) for organising administrative detail.
Besides that, all of the teachers in these kind of school are given new format of teaching which to encourage the teacher to use
the high technology and digital systems for their teaching, following that the students can try to adapt the new method of teaching
and they can feel familier of all the ICT things and system, but it is not just feel strange and there is no any idea to use the
ICT or computer system.
"Using interactive whiteboard, doing online research and the presentation is done by powerpoint, all of these are just normal practise in school" a Form Five student said.
Now, most of the teachers from smart school make to use the computers and LCD screens for teaching all of the subjects.
Lastly,in my view, the smart school did the good thing for all the teachers and also following by the students' learning. It play a
main role no matter in teaching or learning, but it is also for our country to ahead to a huge development by using the computer
and high technology system. ICT is used to enhance interest in the field itself as a career, and also to improve the students' lives

Ching Wai Hoong EA08019
E03

Anonymous said...

Everyday, every time to make yourself happy, can you do so? In my opinion, there is no one can be happy for long-lasting. No one can be confident to speak out that tomorrow or a certain date or time, he or she can be very happy and cheerful. Of course, all of these are happening around me too. As a usual and ordinary human being, for sure you may suffer from sadness or upset for some events and cases happened around you. However, what I would like to share with you all is to make ourselves happy all of the time even though we have to face many challenges in our whole life. Here, there are several effective ways to make you calm down from sadness, angry or upset, then turn you back in happy situation.
• Eat the diet food to make you feeling that all of the things happened around you is satisfied and you can forget the sadness gradually.
• If singing or dancing is your favorite, try to go to K-box to have and taste this excellent happy moment.
• A good reader you are, and then you can read the interesting novels or some of the books that you like them most.
• You can also find a partner to accompany you to take a short travel or just for shopping, watching movie or going somewhere else to buy the things that you require.
• Cooking is your expert, try to think out a perfect and tasty food, then you can have a good enjoyment of this type of food or you just can also share with your friends and parents too.
• Take a good sleep, actually can to be a good method to give you a big help to forget all of the sad events which are happening around you. This is also to make yourself calm down you mind-thinking and your emotionality can be under a good control.
Don’t you believe all of these ways? Just try them by yourself, and then you may know the final answer. From www.sg.answer.yahoo.com

Ching Wai Hoong EA08019,
E03

Anonymous said...

How to take care your hair?

We have about 100,000 hairs on our head. Each hair shaft has three layers, with cuticle, or outside layer, protecting the two inner layers. Do you know this? I may not only try to talk about this thing, but my main aim is to make you all realizing that the best way to protect and take care your hair.
By this reading, I think it can give you and me a big deal to cope the hair falling and make your hair to be shiny always. Actually, how to take care to your hair depends on the type of the hair you have, your lifestyle and how you style your hair.
If you with dry or curly hair, there have different hair care needs than people with straight hair. But all hair need to be treated gently, especially when it’s wet. Wet hair can be stretch, making it more vulnerable to breakage or cuticle damage. That why using a hot blow-dryer on every wet hair can damage it. If your hair is dry and curly, you are advised that do not to wash your hair frequently or less frequently. Curly and dry hair usually more fragile than straight hair, so you shall be more careful using heat styling products. Shampoos made for dry and curly hair and the hair conditioners can help.
Don’t think that your lifestyle may not influence your hair. Are you preferred for sporting or doing outdoor activities? Then, you are supposed to be more concern to your hair’s health. Often exposure to sun, wind, or other element which may directly affect your hair. A good idea from me is that to wear a hat when you are going to do your outdoor activities.
As an adolescence, I think you might be preferred to style your hair by many types of styling products or even iron the hair from curly to become straight or vice versa. In fact, this totally harm your hair. For my advice, do not use too much of the heat styling products and chemical treatments. Follow the instructions and don’t use them on wet hair or high setting. Give your hair a vacation from styling once in a while. Ask your hair stylist or dermatologist for advice on using heat styling products.

Ching Wai Hoong, EA08019, E03

Anonymous said...

10 ways to relax:

Everyone has his or her own ideas and ways to get the relaxation. Have you ever tried the best ways to relax yourself which need not via the following methods: need not to irritate someone; need no yoga classes and drinks or diversion or anything. Here, there are several effective ways to relax you as well as possible or even can reduce your stress or sadness too. Don’t you believe? Then, take a look the ways, and try them, I think you may know by following.
 Smile. Sit over one seat or certain corner then laugh or smile just like a fool, but a relax fool. We smile when we are happy, but we can cheat our psyches by smiling first becoming lighter next. So smile. Widely.
 Drink some water. I think it works for me for you too. May be water can refresh ourselves or it used to digestion or something, who cares? The important thing is that it works!
 Breathe deep. Breathing in, you can imagine the good things are around you. Breathing out, you can think that the stress or sadness leave you from yours.
 Beauty treatment 1. You can take a trip to salon to set up your hair or even style your hair. If you can afford your time and money, a massage or steam bath or even both.
 Beauty treatment 2. Look a beautiful thing. Sceneries, children or even cute animals, they work! Or you can change your desktop image into a beautiful picture
 Sharpen your pencil. This is one of the rhythmic activities which relax you fast.
 Water treatment. Take a bath, never fails for me. Or if you can swim, just try it.
 Meditate. Sit still, breathe rhythmic, think beautiful thoughts.
 Laugh. Laugh out loud, and the world then will think that you are crazy, let them. Perhaps, this is also one of the ways to relax them too.
 Play. I do not mean that to play the computer games or irrelevant activities. My meaning is that you can play with children or even your pets to let you forget all the irritate things and unhappy events.
Do they work on me? My answer is just one: “Yes, exactly they work!” More information, you can refer to http://hubpages.com/hub/10-ways-to-relax

Ching Wai Hoong, EA08019, E03

Anonymous said...

Keeping our eyes healthy is important.

Try to think, can we see or do anything or activity if we without our both eyes? For sure, it is thoroughly can not. We can not be treated as a normal person if we without our both eyes. So, how the eyes play the main role in our whole life is! That’s why we suppose to keep our eyes in healthy condition always. Then, you or even me are required to follow the following simple steps to make us having a good eyesight often.
• Habits of a good eyesight
• Have an eye exam frequently
• Protect eyes from the Sun
• UV eyes safety
• Get your toddler to wear sunglasses
I may try the simple steps to hope that I can have a good eyesight everyday. Just try it by yourself too, to let you see everything is clear and without any obstacles! From http://vision.about.com/od/eyeexaminations/u/Eye_Health.htm

Ching Wai Hoong, EA08019, E03

Anonymous said...

Sleeping is very important:

A nice sleep is vital for everyone or even to me. A sufficient sleeping will lead you to many benefits. Why we are supposed to sleep every night? Having enough sleep in a day will make you to start in the right mood and full of energy is our mind’s means to refresh and rejuvenate. I would like to take this opportunity to share with you all about the benefits of sleeping.
• One benefit of Sleeping is that it strengthens and improves our memory, brain functions and protects memory from outside interference.
• During sleep, the brain actively processes information learned during the day.
• Basically when we sleep, it is the time when our brain will function in a minimum level letting it regain its energy and full capacity.
• Sleep may also have other benefits like improving physical and immune function, physical and cognitive performance and regulating mood.
• The healing process whether from wounds, or illness, will boost during our sleeping hours.
So, in my opinion, we suppose to have a nice sleep at least 6-7 hours for a day due to rejuvenate our mind and body. Don’t be too late to sleep, until we have no enough energy
to study or do others activities and it may make our mood of study gone. Be smart, be genius, to sleep early. From www.thestaronine.com

Ching Wai Hoong, EA08019, E03

Anonymous said...

Good nutrition is good health

The average of eating the fast food is increasing promptly and this has an enough evidence to show it. The average American eats three hamburgers and four orders of fries every week, a statistic that must make nutritionists cry. Good nutrition is such an important part of good health, yet it is the first thing we sacrifice when we get busy. It's much faster and easier to grab a fast-food burrito than to cook a well-balanced meal, but our health is suffering because of it. 17 percent of American children are considered obese, and they run high risks of suffering from type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and heart problems in the future. We're young now, but these risks are only going to get more serious as we get older. We need to start taking care of our bodies now so we can live longer. If we each start making small, gradual changes in our diet and encouraging our friends and family to do the same, we can start to take control of our health. Eating healthfully promotes a strong immune system and helps keep the body fit and resilient. Good nutrition also prevents health problems, such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and depression. Lastly, in my comment, try to think before you eat, consider the food that you have chosen is that sufficiency of nutrition or either it may destruct your health. From http://youthnoise.com/MyCauseIs/?cause_id=159&a=index&gclid=COWBu_jJ3ZUCFQ_Dbwod0ldNYA

Ching Wai Hoong, EA08019, E03

Anonymous said...

Reading aloud with your child

In the rush of everyday life, it can be easy to miss out on reading together — but even a short amount of reading time each day is really valuable for children. Reading aloud to your child is the easiest way to boost his literacy skills and help him do well at school. It improves his vocabulary and attention span, feeds his imagination, helps him to wind down before bed and also creates a cozy time when he can chat to you. There are some reading’s tips from Jacqueline Wilson, try to take a look, I think this may give you and your children a big help too!
1. Reading aloud to your child is great for bonding. At bedtime, it also helps calm boisterous behavior.
2. It’s a good way of finding out what’s going on in your child’s head, too. If something is bothering him, choose a story that creates an opportunity for him to talk to you about his feelings.
3. Start reading aloud to your child from about six months with simple board books.
4. Don’t be put off if you’re not a confident reader. You can even make up your own story to go with pictures in a book.
5. You don’t have to put in a star performance! It’s fine to read in your ordinary voice if you don’t like doing different voices for the characters.
6. If your child is fidgety, choose a story he can join in with and act out.
7. Stories aren’t just for bedtime! Try reading to your child when you’re curled up on the sofa, or even when he’s playing — whatever fits in with family life.
If you want to know more information, then visit www.greatbookstoreadaloud.co.uk for some brilliant books to read aloud with your child.
Ching Wai Hoong, EA08019, E03

Anonymous said...

The good ways to fill up your leisure time.

I have already read through this website and it mentioned about how we are going to use our leisure time. I took a few minutes to think this question, and actually I also don’t know the right ways to fill up my leisure time. So, this website is quite good to let me use the leisure time especially the holiday in coming soon in right motives. There are 3 great ways to use the leisure time effectively and meaningfully:
1. The proper use of our leisure time at home begins with proper priorities.
2. The proper use of leisure time requires a balance between family and self.
3. The proper use of leisure time in the home demands a balance between work (or study) or play.
The right balance is found in the family that works together and plays together, spends time with each other, and is committed to the work of God. If you have a hard time doing this, then schedule a time each week just for the family. Too little, or too much - that is just the way life is. You have to work on it to get it just right. And so it is with our use of leisure time. From http://www.discoveret.org/lcoc/news/01no637.htm
Ching Wai Hoong, EA08019, E03

Anonymous said...

Preventing cancer

“Cancer”, I feel the huge horror and terribly even just heard this word. It is a very serious sickness or even there is still no any medicine or therapy is afforded to treat it. It can just lead someone fatal in a short period because it can spread in the human’s body very fast and even nothing can stop its spreading. Due to prevent this horrible sickness exists in someone body, so I have already found some information that prevents the cancer spreading in the human’s body.
Firstly, you are required to pay closed attention for food and nutrition; all this is not only for our health, but also a good way to prevent the terrible cancer. What is supposed to recommend is that consumes energy-dense food and fast-food sparingly, avoid sugary drinks if at all. Avoid salt-preserved, salted, or salty foods; if you really require, then you can preserve food without salt. Next, limit intake of red meat and avoid processed meat. Take the plants or vegetables as more as possible and you are also encouraged to take the vegetables which plants by yourself (original).
Besides, physical activities are also very essential for everyone and it is effective to prevent cancer occur! Be moderately physically active, equivalent to brisk walking, for at least 30 minutes everyday.
Don’t think that all this information is less useful because prevention is better than treatment. Due to our health, we have to concern our lifestyle and pay attention most on our food! More information, please refer to http://thestar.com.my/health/story.asp?file=/2008/9/14/health/1995644&sec=health

Ching Wai Hoong, EA08019, E03

Anonymous said...

Water is life.Without water,there will be no life on earth.Both animals and plants need water to live.Both will die after a certain period without water.The earth is made up of 71% water but less than 3% of that is fresh and less than 1% of the fresh water is available for humans to use.
The sad fact is,even by the beginning of the 21st Century,1 billion people are still without safe drinking water.
The main reason is neglect by the governments in the countries concerned.They do not give the problem enough important.
Besides bad management,the water crisis is also caused by bad weather and increase in the number of dry regions around the world.
So.its tue that without water we cannot leive.So,lets together manage our country to save a world.

(baithy puteh)

Anonymous said...

People who are good looking do not necessarily suvveed in life.Do you agree?
People with good looks are treated better than those who are ordinary-looking.People tend to pamper or do things for them.This may be to their disadvantage.
Good looking people rely on their looks to get things done.They think that just by flaunting their good looks,they can get many things done.
Attractive people usually have litte brains.Not having the need to use their brains most of the time means that they have little opportunity to develop their intelligence.
Many good-looking people are failures in life.They have not got what it takes to succed in life.Plain looking people are seldom pampered.So,in the end it is plain looking people who succeed and good-looking people who fail.

(batithy puteh)

Anonymous said...

Most youths are not interested in their studies.They go to school not to study but to cause trouble for everybody.They form gangs to bully the other students.
Youths give the adults another headache because of their involvement in drug addiction.The government has launched an all-out campaign against drug but it does not seem very effective.The problem become worse.
From all of this,we can see that youths of today are really a serious social problem.

(baithy puteh)

Anonymous said...

salam...
this is the first comment from me for this page..anyway,just want to share about the phenomena in the article that i have read in the internet..it's about tsunami that had been happen in our country in the past years.. A tsunami (pronounced /(t)suːˈnɑːmi/) is a series of waves created when a body of water, such as an ocean, is rapidly displaced. Earthquakes, mass movements above or below water, some volcanic eruptions and other underwater explosions, landslides, underwater earthquakes, large asteroid impacts and testing with nuclear weapons at sea all have the potential to generate a tsunami. The effects of a tsunami can be devastating due to the immense volumes of water and energy involved. Since meteorites are small, they will not generate a tsunami...
so,we must take precaution if this phenomena happen again..
that's all from me..thank's

-hafizi-
ea08122

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum w.b.t

today i just want to share from my reading abaout math joke...

just for fun and restness our brain...

This is some of my reading...
"Algebraic symbols are used when you do not know what you are talking about."

"Math is like love; a simple idea, but it can get complicated."

" mathematician is a blind man in a dark room looking for a black cat which isn't there"

"n engineer thinks that his equations are an approximation to reality. A physicist thinks reality is an approximation to his equations. A mathematician doesn't care"

hehehe....
that only can i put in this blog...
and see U next time...

AHMAD FAIZ BIN MOHD NAWAWI
(PAK IS)
EA08026

Anonymous said...

fruits and vegetables
All fresh fruit and vegetables are low in fat,calories and salt.many are high in fibre.they are provide lots of simple chain carbohydrates to increase energy level in day.they also,providea range of essential vitamns and minerals.anti-oxidants such as vitamins and minerals especially anti-oxidants such as vitamins A,C and E help slow down the aging process by moppingup free radical which have been shown to damage cells and reduce its life.

-EA08099(03)
-NORHASLINDA

Anonymous said...

why do people start smoke?
there are not many smokers who started smoking after the age of eigheteen.in fact,the majority of smokers took up the habit in their early or mid teens.at such a young age,you don't realy think about the health risksof smoking and you certainly do not realise how addictive smoking can be.As a teenager you probably think that you can try smoking a few times and then take it or leave it.
Howevver the reality is that it doesn't take a long time to become addicted to nicotine andsmoking.within a short period of tpme,children can experiance the same cravings and withdrawal symptoms as an adult,as well as many cigarettes or more.
there are several reason why children or teenage start smoking.many children start smoking because their friends have try itorsmoke themselves.other children start smoking as an act of rebellion or defiance against their parents or people of authority.

-EA08099(03)
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Anonymous said...

A BALANCED DIET
A balanced diet can be definedas one,which contains the various group of food stuffs such as energyyielding food,body building,andprotective foods in correct propositions.
to mantain good health and tofunction efficiently our bodies need proteins,carbohydrates,fatsvitamins and minerals,our body also needs plenty of water.we must drink 1.5-2 litres of fluid daily to mantain healthykidneys and orevent urinary infection.the body needs extra fluid when energy expenditure is high and also in hot water.water is required in large amounts to regulatebody process such as digestion,excretion,and mantainance of the body temperature and the electrolyte balance

-EA08099(03)
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Anonymous said...

BOSTON-a recent survey found that more people are sleeping less than six hoursa night willgot the bigger concernis chronic sleep loss,which can contribute to health problems suchas weight gain,high blood pressure,and a decrease in the immune system's power,reports the Harvard Women's Health Watch.
they suggest four reasons to get enough sleep:-
a)learning and memory:sleephelpsthe brain commit new information to memory through a process called memory consolidation.in studies,people who sleep after learning a task did better on test later.
b)metabolismand weight:chronic sleep deprivation may cause weight gain by affecting the way our bodies process and store carbohydrates,and by alterimg levels of hormones that affect our appetite.
c)safety:sleep debt contributes to a greater tendency to fall asleep during daytime.these laoses may cause falls and mistakes such as medical errors,air traffic mishaps,and road accidents.
d)mood:sleep loss may result in irritability,impatience,inability to concentrate,and moodiness.too little sleep can also leave you too tired to dothe things you like to do

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Anonymous said...

swimming is a good exercise(that's obvious).swimming is alifetime sportthat benefits the body and the whole person.but what is it that makes swimming good,specifically?that depends on what you are trying to accomplish.swimming is a way for you to cooloff.it fills a families,from beach and pool to waterparks.regular swimming builds endurance,muscle strenght and cardio-vascular fitness.it can serve as a cross-training element to your regular workouts.before a land workout,you can use the pool for a warm-up session.
swimming with increasing effort to gradually increase your heart rate and stimulate your muscle activity is easily accomplished in the water.after a land workout,swimming a few laps,can help you cool-down,move blood throghyour muscles to help them recover,and help you relax as you glide through the water.swimming does burn calories at a rate of about 3 calories a mili per pound of bodyweight.however,many many swimmers do not swim that quickly,and many cannot swim for that distance or duration.

-EA08099(03)
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Anonymous said...

more importantly,yoga is extremely effective in:
-increasing flexibility;yoga has positions that act upon the various joints of the body including those joints that are never really on he'radar screen' let alon exercised.
-increasing lubrication of the jints,ligaments and tendons;likewise,the well researched yoga positions exercise the different tendons and ligaments of the body.
-massaging of all organs ofthe body;yoga is perhapsthe oonly form of activity which massage all the internal glands and organs of the body in a through manner,includding those-such as the prostate-that hardly get externally stimulated during our entire lifetime.
-complete detoxification;bygently stretching muscles and joints as wellas massaging the various organs,yagaensures the optimumblood supplyto various parts of the body.this helps in the flushing out of toxins from every nook and crannyas well as providing nourishment up to the last point.this leads to benefits such as delayed ageing,energy and a remarkable zest for life.

-EA08099(03)
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Anonymous said...

Fasting during the month of Ramadan (also spelled Ramadhan, Ramzan, Ramadhaan), is one of the five pillars of Submission (Islam in Arabic). In the month of Ramadan, submitters (muslims / moslems) fast from dawn to sunset (if able). While fasting (seyam / saum / sawm) during Ramadan, the individual refrains from eating and drinking and practices continence. It is a time of worship and contemplation and to fulfill God's commands and grow one's soul. A time to strengthen family and community ties, and be on our best behaviour.

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. God revealed the Quran to the prophet Muhammad, on the twenty-seventh night of Ramadan (this night is also referred to as the Layl at-ul Qadr, or the Night of Destiny), 13 B.H. (before Hijrah). This corresponds to 610 AD.

[Quran 2:185] Ramadan is the month during which the Quran was revealed, providing guidance for the people, clear teachings, and the statute book. Those of you who witness this month shall fast therein.

[Quran 97:1-5] We revealed it in the Night of Destiny. How awesome is the Night of Destiny! The Night of Destiny is better than a thousand months. The angels and the Spirit descend therein, by their Lord's leave, to carry out every command. Peaceful it is until the advent of the dawn.

Thank you.happy fasting
Norsukmawati binti ishak.
EA08118
E03

Anonymous said...

Vitamin A is an essential human nutrient. Vitamin A actually refers to a family of similarly shaped molecules: the retinoids. Its important part is the retinyl group, which can be found in several forms. In foods of animal origin, the major form of vitamin A is an ester, primarily retinyl palmitate, which is converted to an alcohol (retinol) in the small intestine. Vitamin A can also exist as an aldehyde (retinal), or as an acid (retinoic acid). Precursors to the vitamin (provitamins) are present in foods of plant origin as some of the members of the carotenoid family of compounds.

All forms of vitamin A have a Beta-ionone ring to which an isoprenoid chain is attached. This structure is essential for vitamin activity.[1] The orange pigment of carrot - Beta-carotene - can be represented as two connected retinyl groups. The retinyl group, when attached to a specific protein, is the only primary light absorber in visual perception, and the compound name is related to the retina of the eye.

Vitamin A can be found in various forms:

retinol, the form of vitamin A absorbed when eating animal food sources, is a yellow, fat-soluble, vitamin with importance in vision and bone growth. Since the alcohol form is unstable, the vitamin is usually produced and administered in a form of retinyl acetate or palmitate.
other retinoids, a class of chemical compounds that are related chemically to vitamin A, are used in medicine.

Thank you.
Norsukmawati ishak
EA08118
E03

Anonymous said...

salam..
i just want to share with you,about my idol datuk nicol ann david.from her back to back Women's World Championship in 2005 and 2006,to being the youngest ever squash player to embracethe1 spot,Nicol Ann David is the legendary undisputed world no.1 squash player.Nicol's unpre cedentedfeats have certainly redefined success in the Malaysian sport arena.this enhralling squash player has not failed to constantly dazzlethe international squash scene.
nicol was born on 26 August 1983 in the Pearl of the Orient-Penang,Malaysia.She is daughter to Desmond Davvid,an engineer and Ann Marie David a now retired school teacher.She has two sisters named Lianne Marieand heryl Therese,both of whom are alsoaccomplished squash players at the national level.Nicol scored a sriking 7As in her Penilaian Menengah Rendah(PMR) and 9As in the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia(SPM)-a living testament to the fact that one can not only excelat both academic andsports,but also have a balance family life.
The spectacular story of Nicol David goes way backwhen she was merely 5 years old where she started plating squash for fun.With sport bloodrunning in the fmily,Nicol began her formal training at the tender age of 8.While training at the Bukit Dumbar Squash Centre,Nicol was talent-spotted by Miss Ee Phoeh Hoon,who led her to representing her home state of Penang with her sisters.Nicol's first international win was in 1994 in tthe Hong Kong Under-13 category.Soon,Nicol began climbing her way up,clinching title by title,and conquering the challenges under the tutelage of coachRichard Glanfield.
Nicknamed the Pink Duracell Bunny for her extraordinary speed and agility,Nicol bagan dominating the squash scene by winning the Asian championshipas wellas becoming the youngest player to become the world's woman junior champion-when she was merely 15 years old.and nowshe become no.1 in the world.

-EA08099(03)
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Anonymous said...

The topic that I want to share to all my fellow friends is ‘How high can a butterfly fly’ in READER’S DIGEST’s magazine .The writer wrote that The workers near the top of New York City’s 443-metre-tall Empire State Building have seen Monarch butterflies flutter by their windows . But that’s not all . Butterflies can reach 3000 metres or more and survive .It is very amazing advantage to the small insect . Thus , human should appreciate the small insect..that’s all from me..thanks..

NUR AZIA AZWANI ISMAIL
EA08126

Anonymous said...

I read one article yesterday…milk protein is significantly better compared than soy to build the muscles mass according the research from McMaster University in Canada..From the research ,Drinking two glasses of milk after do exercise create twice for muscles..milk more better and good to the human’s body than soy..actually , I like soy compared milk.

NUR AZIA AZWANI ISMAIL
EA08126

Anonymous said...

itis about the miracle of green tea...The chinese have known about themedicinal benefits of green tea since ancient times,using it to treat everything fromheadaches to depression.In her book Green Tea:The Natural Secret for a Healthier Life,Ndine Taylor states that green tea has been used as a medicine in Chaina for at least 4,000 years.
Today,scientific research in both Asia and the west is providing hard evidence for the health benefitslong associated with drinking green tea.For example,in 1994 the Journal of the National Cancer Institute published the results of an epidemiology study indicating that drinking green tea reduced the risk of esophageal cancer in Chinese men and women by nearly sixty percent.Universityof Purdue researchers recently concluded that a compound in green tea inhibits the growth of cancer cells.There is also research indicating that drinking green tea lowers total cholesterol level,as wellas improving the ratio of good(HDL) cholesterolto bad (LDL) cholesterol.
To sum up,hereare just a few medical conditions in which drinking green tea is reputed to be helpful:
*cancer
*rheumatoid arthritis
*high cholesterol levels
*cariovascular disease
*infection
*impaired immune function

-EA08099(03)
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Anonymous said...

Here are somebenefits of fish oil..
Fish oil has considered by doctors around the world to be one of the most effective remediesfor improving physical perfomance,treating depression and arthritis,and improving concentration and memory.It is also widely considered to be effective to preventing heart disease because of it's rich omega-3-component.
In addition,new researchsuggests thet high doses of fishoil may alsobe effect be effectivein combating Parkinson's disease,Attention deficit disorder,and a host of other Neurological problems.Dr.Sears bluntly states that "pharmaceutical grade fish oil is as close to a medical miracle as we will see in the 21st century".Dr.Barry Sears is a leading authority in the field of drug delivery systems and dietary controlof hormones.He believes that most chronc diseases are characterized by two prime factors:A decreasein blood flow and an increase in inflammation.
Researchers at Harvard Medical Schoolhave used fish oil to treat bipolar disorder,with considerable success.British researchers have reported positiveresults in treating scizophrenia with similiar supplementation.It should be known by anyone taking fish oil supplements,that there are several medications which may havebeneficial or harmful interactions with them.They are Cyclosporine,Pravastatin and Simvastatin

-EA08099(03)
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Anonymous said...

I have read about yoga...

Yoga gives you the opportunity to become "one" with yourself through relaxation, meditation, breathing and stretching, making it possible for the mind and body to be in balance and harmony.


There are many steps to Yoga...
such as fact about minds, thought-culture, control of thought, purification of mind, control of the senses and conquest of mind.


Thank You...
AHMAD FAIZ BIN MOHD NAWAWI
EA08026

Anonymous said...

Robot...

Do you know what is the robot's defination?

Robot is a mechanical device that sometimes resembles a human and is capable of performing a variety of often complex human tasks on command or by being programmed in advance.

Such many usage of robots in our daily technology nowadays...
Such as car producting...
In this technology, the robot's function were been use for packaging, electronics and automated guided vehichles.

It's also been use in medication, reseach and much2 more...

(-_-)

AHMAD FAIZ BIN MOHD NAWAWI
EA08026

siti said...

salam
a book by enid something is an interesting book as it is easy to understand and use simple word.it all about a group of 4th term girl in theirs school as they seem not to be very obedient
EA08096

siti said...

salam
recently i had read a newspaper that had state about hysterical incidence that occur in smk tanjung lumpur
EA08096

siti said...

salam
do you ever play sudoku?
try it,it is asimple game that contain 9x9 spaces with 3x3 spaces in it.itrequired yu to arrange number from 1 until 9 in the row and baris without repeating the number.try it you will find it such a fund
EA08096

siti said...

salam
do you ever believe in ghost or horror story?may be some of you think it such a rubbish thing.i recommended all of you to read last year Dewan kosmikas it reveal the supernatural incidence using saintific method
EA08096

Anonymous said...

Everyone's heard how important it is todrink enough water.Especially in the hot summer.months.But is it reallythat necessary?Absolutey,this nutrient is vitalto health in numerous ways,benefits of drinking water canot be underestimated.
1)drinking water enhances fat loss
-Water is an essential nutrient.All chemical reactions in the body depend upon it.If you'retrying to lose weight,this can't be ignored.You won't be able to lose weight without water to flush out the by products of fat breakdown.When there isn't enough water to dilute the body's waste products,kidney stones may form.When the kidneys aren't working to their full potential,the liver must step in and help.Once this happens the liver can't optimally perform its other important functions.As aresult,burning fat has to wait.

2)combat ailments by drinking more water
-In many cases,fatigue,headaches and back pain may be caused by dehydration.If you sufferfrom an afternoon nod off,try drinking more waterat lunch.If you or your childrencomplain of frequentheadacches,the amount of water you're drinking could be responsible.And,muscle spasms are also caused by not being adequately hydrated.

3)look younger-drinking water hydrated your skin
-when the skin is properly hydrated,it looks plumpand more radiant.Water willkeep the toxinsflushed out and helpyou to cooloff through perspiration.Muscles need to have enough water to make tham look full too.Deprive yourself ofwater and you'll see the difference in the mirror.

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siti said...

salam
do you ever look a picture by leonardo da vinci entitle monalisa?i guess never.then do you ever read a book da vinci code as it reveal a mysterios code behind the picture.try to read it
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siti said...

salam
do you know agatha christie?she is afamous novelist that write a story about a detective named hercule poirot.i loved the book as the plot very mysterious.one of her book that i read is 5 little pig.it so funny and make my heart beating faster trying to guess the real murderer
EA08096

Anonymous said...

Here are the best benefits of running:-

a)win the battle of the bulge
*many people start running inorder to win the battle of the battle of the bulge.wether they are obese or just want to lose that last ten pounds,oreven if they just want to stay at the weight they are at,approximately 60 percent of runners stert running to manage their weight.Running is one of the the top activitiesfor burning burnsmore caloriesper minite tahn any other form of cardiovascular exercise.

b)prevent muscle and bones loss
*Our bones are madeto accommodate the demands placed upon them.By sitting in front of the monitor all day manyof us allow our bones to grow weaker,but by running regularly our skeleton gets the demand it needs to stay healthy.In addition to keepingour insides from aging quickly,regular,high-intensity exercise,like running,has alsobeen proven to promote the human growthhormone,which celebrities have taken injectionsof for years to keep them looking young.

c)fight desease
*Running reduces the risk of stroke and cancer.Regular running has become a treatment option for doctors to prescribe to patients who are at risk,or early stages,of osteoporosis,diabetes,and hypertension.It reduces the risk of heart attacts,by strengthening the heart and loering blood presure.

-EA08099(03)
-NORHASLINDA

siti said...

salam
Sherlock Holmes with his friend Dr Watson is the most character i like based on a book by Sir Authur Conan Doyle.One of his series that i loved is Read Headed League.It about a men that feel weird because the work that get as a clerk with less work with high paid
because of his red hair
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siti said...

salam
nowdays we always heard a stiry involving single mother sacrification to take care of her children.then,do you ever heard about a brother stop from attending his university to take care of his sibling after his mother was dead due to hiv.do not believe,take a look at the latest reader digest
EA08096

siti said...

salam
ijust have finish read a book entitle a teribble valentine.it all about a private investigator was alone during valentine.she felt teribble as she had problem with her work end up in a bar.then she met amenand some emmbressing event occour to them.she thought it was the last time they will be meet.but fate aready decided that they will be meet againin different situation
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siti said...

salam
Detective Conan
it all about Shinichi Kudo,a 17 years old teen that had been known as a young detective all over Japan had been poisoned that effect his body and to 7 years old boys.to hide his identity he lived with his girlfriend,Ran as conan edogawa.unfortunately Ran know nothing about this.He decided to live there because Rans father is a private detective so hope he can collect information about the group that had poison him there.
EA08096

siti said...

salam
a fairy tale story never seem to be forgotten.when i was a little girl ,i loved to read them.and nowsdays children to need to read those book as they can see them on tv as they had animated the story.for example thestory of barbie as the princess and the pauper
EA08096

siti said...

salam
i have finished reading a novel Sandaran Hati.it a malay novel a about a girl hardship to be successful.it a little boring story but had agood ending
EA08096

siti said...

salam
kokuro is an interesting game but many people had confused it with the sudoku.the only similiarity of thise 2 is no repeated number on the line.just arrange the numbrer to get the sum of if are equal with the wanted value
EA08096

siti said...

salam
nak ke tak nak is abook by HM tuah.
it is a motivation book that contain many good advice that can be used all the time.i hope all of you have read it
EA08096

siti said...

salam
i have read an article about relationship with our daily live with solat.actually solat is just a rest to our body after our daily routine
EA08096

Anonymous said...

Love at first sight usually begins with the eye contact. It is therefore a good idea to keep the eyes sparkling and inviting, in preparation for such situations. The skin around the eyes is particularly delicate, so stimulation and proper hygiene of this area should come first. Splashing the area with cold water every morning will help promote blood circulation, and wiping the skin with apple juice lends it a sparkle and a tinge of robust health.

Dark circles around the eyes are usually the result of fatigue, the onset of middle age, stress, or a deficiency in the diet. This problem may be prevented, or at least minimized, if a regular eight hours of healthy sleep is observed every night, as erratic sleep patterns have adverse health benefits which first manifests as dark rings around the eye area. Tea can also help. Just boil some leaves in water and let the consistency cool down before making ice cubes out of it. Then apply it to the eyes to give it a perkier look

Anonymous said...

salam.. you know about radar? no?let's read it now..RADAR is a system that uses radio waves to determine and map the location, direction, and/or speed of both moving and fixed objects such as aircraft, ships, motor vehicles, weather formations and terrain. A transmitter emits radio waves, which are reflected by the target and detected by a receiver, typically in the same location as the transmitter. Although the radio signal returned is usually very weak, radio signals can easily be amplified, so radar can detect objects at ranges where other emissions, such as sound or visible light, would be too weak to detect. Radar is used in many contexts, including meteorological detection of precipitation, air traffic control, police detection of speeding traffic, and by the military.

The term RADAR was coined in 1941 as an acronym for Radio Detection and Ranging. This acronym of American origin replaced the previously used British abbreviation RDF (Radio Direction Finding). The term has since entered the English language as a standard word, radar, losing the capitalization in the process.
well..radar most amazing invent right now..
thank you,
amir syahir yaakob.
ea08135

Anonymous said...

Full,soft,and sesuous lips are achievable without the help of surgery.Most of the time,all it takes is a hygienic regimen and the staple lip products,and the look and feel of great sultry lips is whithinreach.The key to great lip sheen is moisture.Applying a mixture of equal parts of glycerin and natural rose water on the lips every morning or evening,and letting it set until itis completely absorbed,will suit this purpose.

Anonymous said...

salam..you kno about
Galileo Galilei..here some info about him..
Galileo Galilei (15 February 1564 – 8 January 1642) was an Italian physicist, astronomer, and philosopher who is closely associated with the scientific revolution. His achievements include improvements to the telescope, a variety of astronomical observations, the first and second laws of motion, and effective support for Copernicanism. According to Stephen Hawking, Galileo has probably contributed more to the creation of the modern natural sciences than anybody else. He has been referred to as the "father of modern astronomy," as the "father of modern physics," and as the "father of science." The work of Galileo is considered to be a significant break from that of Aristotle.

thank you,
amir syahir yaakob eao8135

Anonymous said...

salam..most of us like art..but we know where it came from?..let's take note..Art is the expression of creativity or imagination. The word art comes from the Latin word arch, which, loosely translated, means "arrangement". Art is commonly understood as the act of making works (or artworks) which use the human creative impulse and which have meaning beyond simple description. While art is often distinguished from crafts and recreational hobby activities, this boundary can at times be hard to define. The term creative arts denotes a collection of disciplines whose principal purpose is the output of material for the viewer or audience to interpret. As such, art may be taken to include forms ranging from literary forms (prose writing and poetry); performance-based forms (dance, acting, drama, and music); visual and "plastic arts" (painting ,sculpture, photography, illustration); to forms that also have a functional role, such as architecture and fashion design. Art may also be understood as relating to creativity, aesthetics and the generation of emotion.

thank you,
amir syahir yaakob
ea08135

Anonymous said...

salam..we always use term to describe some one who popular or great but we know where term biography came?
Biography (from the Greek words bios (βίος), meaning 'life', and grapevine (γράφειν), meaning 'to write') is a genre of literature or film which presents a relatively full account of the most interesting and important events of a notable person's life. While a biography may focus on a fictional person, the term usually refers to non-fiction works. As opposed to summaries of people's lives, such as profiles or curriculum vitae, a biography is a continuous narrative which interprets and explains the person's character, personality, and social context.

thank you,
amir syahir yaakob
ea08135

Anonymous said...

hello...
what is the best way to burn fat?The fat burning process can be very simple as long as the proper dieting and training techniques are applied.Keep in mind,everyone has a different body type.
Thefirst and best way to burn fat isto modify your current diet.There are three simple ways you can begin to modify:reduce calories,reduce sodium,and reduce fat.For example,by substituting a glass of water for a carbonated beverage,you can put approximately 150 calories or more,depending on how much is consumed.Even if it were fruit juice instead of water,you will still reduce calories by approximately 50-100.
Enter sodium and sodium seasonings combined witk fat can cause water retention.For makes,it is most noticeable in the abdominal area.The thigs,hips,and buttocks are affected on famales.

Anonymous said...

about TIGER.....

The tiger (Panthera tigris) is a member of the Felidae family; the largest and the most powerful of the four "big cats" in the genus Panthera.Native to much of eastern and southern Asia, the tiger is an apex predator and an obligate carnivore. Reaching up to 4 metres (13 ft) in total length and weighing up to 300 kilograms (660 pounds), the larger tiger subspecies are comparable in size to the biggest extinct felids.Aside from their great bulk and power, their most recognizable feature is the pattern of dark vertical stripes that overlays near-white to reddish-orange fur, with lighter underparts. The largest subspecies of tiger is the Siberian tiger.Highly adaptable, tigers range from the Siberian taiga, to open grasslands, to tropical mangrove swamps. They are territorial and generally solitary animals, often requiring large contiguous areas of habitat that support their prey demands. This, coupled with the fact that they are endemic to some of the more densely populated places on earth, has caused significant conflicts with humans. Of the nine subspecies of modern tiger, three are extinct and the remaining six are classified as endangered, some critically so. The primary direct causes are habitat destruction and fragmentation, and hunting. Their historical range, which once reached from Mesopotamia and the Caucasus through most of South and East Asia, has been radically reduced. While all surviving species are under formal protection, poaching, habitat destruction and inbreeding depression continue to be threats.

FAIZRUL AIZAT(EA08062)

Anonymous said...

about car

An automobile or motor car is a wheeled motor vehicle for transporting passengers, which also carries its own engine or motor. Most definitions of the term specify that automobiles are designed to run primarily on roads, to have seating for one to eight people, to typically have four wheels, and to be constructed principally for the transport of people rather than goods. However, the term is far from precise because there are many types of vehicles that do similar tasks.Automobile comes via the French language, from the Greek language by combining auto [self] with mobilis [moving]; meaning a vehicle that moves itself, rather than being pulled or pushed by a separate animal or another vehicle. The alternative name car is believed to originate from the Latin word carrus or carrum [wheeled vehicle], or the Middle English word carre [cart] (from Old North French), and karros; a Gallic wagon.

KHAIRUL AZLIN(EA08030)

Anonymous said...

Salam….today I want to share about a book that I have read recently. it was Nancy Drew 154 ‘The Legend Of The Emerald Lady’ by Carolyn Keene. It was about this detective named Nancy Drew who goes to Sugar Moon to visit her old friends. There she faced a mystery about the hiding place of a long-dead pirate’s precious gift – an emerald necklace. It was a nice book because it taught me to think creatively and critically in order to solve the mystery. Thank you.
norlailah binti lanisa (ea08056)

Anonymous said...

Salam…now I want to share about Nancy Drew 149 ‘The Clue Of The Gold Doubloons’ by Carolyn Keene. This time Nancy and her friend take part in filming a pirate movie. But then there were a series of robberies at the hotel where most of the cast and crew were staying, plus the discovery of gold doubloons at the crime scenes which led to the place where Nancy work make most of the crew and cast under suspicion. However, due to the intelligence of Nancy, she manage to catch the culprit. Thank you.
norlailah binti lanisa (ea08056)

Anonymous said...

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/photos/big-cats.html
I would to share tis two sites…
The first one is a lot of ‘big cats’ picture…they are very cute…

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/pyramids/

and this second site is about the Egypt (secrets of an ancient world)…I have the book about this but the book is at home now…a lot of information that can we get here.

Anonymous said...

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/photos/big-cats.html
I would to share tis two sites…
The first one is a lot of ‘big cats’ picture…they are very cute…

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/pyramids/

and this second site is about the Egypt (secrets of an ancient world)…I have the book about this but the book is at home now…a lot of information that can we get here.

nurul farah ain (EA08027)

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah.

Today I would like to share about the book from reader’s digest entitled strengthen your immune system. One of the sub topic from this book is ‘ THE POWER OF SLEEP’. Vital statistics about sleep states that 8-9 hours is the time that the most adults need to sleep each night. 18 – 23 o c is the ideal temperature for sleeping. About 28 % is the percentage of adults who are not getting enough sleep (more than 6 hours each night). 40 – 70 is the number of times we turn in our sleep each night. And finally, more than 75 the number of sleep disorder clinics in Australia and New Zealand.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah.

Here are my reading about ‘YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT’. Here are some understanding about nutrients,
1) Antioxidants ; substances that protect against free radicals, the molecules that attack cells and damage DNA.
2) Essential Fatty Acids ; used to manufacture and repair cell membranes and to produce prostaglandins, which exert effects throughout the body. EFAs must be obtained from food sources, hence they are called ‘essential’.
3) Isoflavones ; found chiefly in soy foods, these compounds can alter the action of true oestrogens in the body.
4) Phytochemicals ; plant molecules that may prevent and/or suppress disease in the human body.
5) Phytonutrient ; biologically active substances, such as ascorbic acid and beta – carotene, the plant forms of vitamins C and A, that are need to sustain life.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah

I already read about ‘DARK CHOCOLATE’. I am the chocolate lover, so here are some information about chocolate ; chocolate contains some of the same disease-fighting antioxidants as red wine, fruit and vegetables. In fact, a 50g bar of the dark chocolate offers about the same amount of antioxidants protection as a 150 ml glass of Cabernet. Tests conducted in Japan on human blood samples found that some antioxidants extracted from chocolate suppressed cell-damaging chemicals and boosted immune function. More recently, the British Medical Journal reported that people who regularly eat chocolate live up to a year longer than those who avoid it altogether. The study, which examined health records of 7841 men, found that people who ate modest amounts of chocolate ars-from one to three a month – had a 36 per cent lower risk of death than those who abstained.

Thank you

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah

Did you know ‘ HOW MUSCLES ENLARGE’. Toning, body shaping, body sculpting, weight lifting, strength training – all are names for exercises that increase the size of your muscles by increasing the number of myofibrils, thread – like strands (above) that form each muscle fibres. Whatever it’s called, this type of workout not only beefs up your muscle size, it delivers a weight - control bonus: since muscles burn kilojoules at a higher rate than fat even when you are not working out, you can eat more good food without worrying about weight gain or you can also lose weight more easily.

Thank you

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah.

‘DRUGS THAT CAN DISTURB SLEEP’. Antidepressants; Prozac, Paxil and other serotonin – reuptake inhibitors sometimes disturb normal sleep patterns. Asthma Medications ; some inhaled and oral treatments, such as steroids and thephylline, can act as stimulants. Beta – blockers ; these can cause insomnia, nighttime awakenings, daytime sleepiness and vivid dreams. Decongestants ; two common ones, pseudoephedrine and phenylpropanolamine, can act as stimulants. Diuretics ; ‘water pills’ may disrupt sleep by prompting the need for the frequent urination. Painkillers ; aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen can decrease melatonin synthesis. Some aspirin – based nonprescription painkillers contain caffeine.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah.

I would like to share some facts about ‘WHO SNOOZES THE MOST’. Just like the people, animals have patterns of rest and activity. Most larger animals need less sleep than smaller ones. Here’s a rundown of the average time different species sleep each day.
• Brown bat 19.9
• Lion 13.5
• Cat 12.5
• Rabbit 11.4
• Dog 10.6
• Bottlenose dolphin 10.4
• Chimpanzee 9.7
• Pig 7.8
• Seal 6.2
• Elephant 3.6
• Horse 2.9
• Giraffe 1.9

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah

These are 15 ways how to create a calm if you really want to achieve a more peaceful state of mind but are not sure where to begin? Then start here.
1) Go slow. You won’t have to rush and you’ll be less stressed.
2) Grab some greenery.
3) Give yourself a break.
4) Fit in time – outs.
5) Get a pet
6) Use your holiday time effectively
7) Take up a hobby.
8) Learn to love lists
9) Read
10) Play around.
11) Ask for help
12) Cultivate kindness
13) Don’t ignore negative feelings
14) Force a smile

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah.
Today I would like to share about the book from reader’s digest entitled strengthen your immune system. One of the sub topic from this book is ‘ THE POWER OF SLEEP’. Vital statistics about sleep states that 8-9 hours is the time that the most adults need to sleep each night. 18 – 23 o c is the ideal temperature for sleeping. About 28 % is the percentage of adults who are not getting enough sleep (more than 6 hours each night). 40 – 70 is the number of times we turn in our sleep each night. And finally, more than 75 the number of sleep disorder clinics in Australia and New Zealand.

Thank you.

Nurul farah ain binti abdul hamid
EA08027

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah.
Here are my reading about ‘YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT’. Here are some understanding about nutrients,
1) Antioxidants ; substances that protect against free radicals, the molecules that attack cells and damage DNA.
2) Essential Fatty Acids ; used to manufacture and repair cell membranes and to produce prostaglandins, which exert effects throughout the body. EFAs must be obtained from food sources, hence they are called ‘essential’.
3) Isoflavones ; found chiefly in soy foods, these compounds can alter the action of true oestrogens in the body.
4) Phytochemicals ; plant molecules that may prevent and/or suppress disease in the human body.
5) Phytonutrient ; biologically active substances, such as ascorbic acid and beta – carotene, the plant forms of vitamins C and A, that are need to sustain life.
Thank you.

Nurul farah ain binti abdul hamid
EA08027

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah
I already read about ‘DARK CHOCOLATE’. I am the chocolate lover, so here are some information about chocolate ; chocolate contains some of the same disease-fighting antioxidants as red wine, fruit and vegetables. In fact, a 50g bar of the dark chocolate offers about the same amount of antioxidants protection as a 150 ml glass of Cabernet. Tests conducted in Japan on human blood samples found that some antioxidants extracted from chocolate suppressed cell-damaging chemicals and boosted immune function. More recently, the British Medical Journal reported that people who regularly eat chocolate live up to a year longer than those who avoid it altogether. The study, which examined health records of 7841 men, found that people who ate modest amounts of chocolate ars-from one to three a month – had a 36 per cent lower risk of death than those who abstained.
Thank you

Nurul farah ain binti abdul hamid
EA08027

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah
Did you know ‘ HOW MUSCLES ENLARGE’. Toning, body shaping, body sculpting, weight lifting, strength training – all are names for exercises that increase the size of your muscles by increasing the number of myofibrils, thread – like strands (above) that form each muscle fibres. Whatever it’s called, this type of workout not only beefs up your muscle size, it delivers a weight - control bonus: since muscles burn kilojoules at a higher rate than fat even when you are not working out, you can eat more good food without worrying about weight gain or you can also lose weight more easily.
Thank you

Nurul farah ain binti abdul hamid
EA08027

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah.
‘DRUGS THAT CAN DISTURB SLEEP’. Antidepressants; Prozac, Paxil and other serotonin – reuptake inhibitors sometimes disturb normal sleep patterns. Asthma Medications ; some inhaled and oral treatments, such as steroids and thephylline, can act as stimulants. Beta – blockers ; these can cause insomnia, nighttime awakenings, daytime sleepiness and vivid dreams. Decongestants ; two common ones, pseudoephedrine and phenylpropanolamine, can act as stimulants. Diuretics ; ‘water pills’ may disrupt sleep by prompting the need for the frequent urination. Painkillers ; aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen can decrease melatonin synthesis. Some aspirin – based nonprescription painkillers contain caffeine.
Thank you.

Nurul farah ain binti abdul hamid
EA08027

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah.
I would like to share some facts about ‘WHO SNOOZES THE MOST’. Just like the people, animals have patterns of rest and activity. Most larger animals need less sleep than smaller ones. Here’s a rundown of the average time different species sleep each day.
• Brown bat 19.9
• Lion 13.5
• Cat 12.5
• Rabbit 11.4
• Dog 10.6
• Bottlenose dolphin 10.4
• Chimpanzee 9.7
• Pig 7.8
• Seal 6.2
• Elephant 3.6
• Horse 2.9
• Giraffe 1.9

Nurul farah ain binti abdul hamid
EA08027

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum madam Rahah
These are 15 ways how to create a calm if you really want to achieve a more peaceful state of mind but are not sure where to begin? Then start here.
1) Go slow. You won’t have to rush and you’ll be less stressed.
2) Grab some greenery.
3) Give yourself a break.
4) Fit in time – outs.
5) Get a pet
6) Use your holiday time effectively
7) Take up a hobby.
8) Learn to love lists
9) Read
10) Play around.
11) Ask for help
12) Cultivate kindness
13) Don’t ignore negative feelings
14) Force a smile
15) Reward yourself for your accomplishments.

Nurul farah ain binti abdul hamid
EA08027

Anonymous said...

salam....
Today I want to share with you all about 35 ways to make the weight loss a part of your daily life. especially to the girls.

MORNING MAKEOVER

1) WAKE-UP WORKOUT
2) ADD SOME PROTEIN
3) BALANCE BOOSTER
4) BE A BALLERINA
5) COFFEE SAVER

NINE-TO-FIVE FIXES

6) TONE IN TRAFFIC
7) SNACK SMARTER
8) YOU KNOW SQUAT!
9) AN APPLE (OR MORE) A DAY
10) SWITCH YOUR SODA
11) TALK IT UP
12) GET FACE TIME
13) CASUAL DAY PAYOFF
14) TRY A SIMPLE CHAIR WORKOUT

AROUND TOWN

15) TWEAK YOUR TREAT
16) PUMP AT THE PUMP
17) DO THE PIZZA PAT
18) SHOP TILL THE WEIGHT DROPS
19) EAT LIKE A KID
20) RECHARGE YOURSELF

ON THE HOME FRONT

21) START WITH SOUP
22)PLAY FOOTSIE
23) CLIMB UP!
24) FILL UP WITH FRUIT
25) EASE INTO EVENING
26) GET YOUR CHOCOLATE FIX
27) CRUNCH FOR YOUR CLICKER
28) LIFT THOSE HIPS

THE WEEKEND

29) MOVIE TIME
30) CATCH THIS!
31) CUT THE CHEESE
32) FIX THE FRIES
33) SCREAM FOR SORBET
34) THINK ABOUT YOUR DRINK
35) MAKE WHOOPEE

So, to get more information,you all can find it in the Readers Digest publicate at December 2006. But for my opinion,the best way to loss weight is fasting. Peace.....

mohd fariz faizuan bin othman
E03

Anonymous said...

salam...
Today I want to share with you all a few words that I think we unfrequent and also did know what it is meaning.

1) muslin = plain-weave cotton fabric.
2) ostracise = to exclude from a group.
3) mantra = a repeated phrase.
4)macabre =suggesting death's horrors.
5) brickbat = insult.

And I think thats all for today. So, enjoy your wonderful life. Thank you.

mohd fariz faizuan othman
E03
EA08107

Anonymous said...

salm...
Good news for the smokers...
" In just 20 minutes after you quit smoking, your heart rate and blood pressure decreases". But about this fact, don't smoking every 20 minutes.....

mohd fariz faizuan bin othman
E03
EA08107

Anonymous said...

salam.....
Now I want to share this article. How nutrition impacts energy level?

1) Meet your basic calorie needs.
= The estimated daily calorie needs for a person who weighs around 55 kg is about 2,100 calories to maintain his or her weight and have sufficient energy for carry out moderate activaties.

2) Get sufficient protein.
= Protein is necessary for our bodies to rebuild and repair damaged as well as aging body tissue. A person who weighs around 60 kg needs about 63 g of protein per day.

3) Drink loads of fluids.
= Around 8 glasses of water a day prevents dehydration which is another factor that causes our energy level to fall. Fatigue is a classic symptom of mild dehydration.

4) Get your fill of vitamins and minerals B-Complex Nutrients.
= The 'B' vitamins (also known as "vitamin B complexes") are required to convert fat, protein and carbohydrates to energy. With the exception of vitamin B12, the other B vitamins can only be stored in small amounts in the body and need to be replenished daily.

5) Iron.
= There are instances where constant fatigue and lethargy are signs of iron deficiency. Iron is needed for the formation of haemoglobin, the substance in the blood that carries oxygen to our tissues.

6) Vitamin C.
= Foods rich in vitamin C should be taken with main meals as it increases iron absorption.

7) Magnesium and Potassium.
= This mineral is required to break down glucose into energy in our bodies. When magnesium levels are low, our bodies produce more lactic acid which in turn induces fatigue. Potassium is also necessary to convert sugar in the blood into energy.

8) Multi-Vitamin Supplements
= Make sure that you are not suffering from any vitamin deficiencies by taking a stndard multi-vitamin supplement to fill in any nutritional gaps.

Hence, thats all for today. Thank you for reading all my bloging. Have a nice day. Peace.

mohd fariz faizuan bin othman
EA08107
E03