Sunday, July 27, 2008

My Readings P13

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

186 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cyetha Bt P.K. Balachandran

PB08005

Today I'll comment an article in the net about TIGERS!!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiger_Temple

I don't like the TIGER branded biscuts but I DO LOVE TIGERS!! I'm a fan of this particular cat species since I petted a cat..
I wondered to myself at that time, maybe 6 years old? I was petting a cat (a big fatty one I suppose) and I said these word out
loud in my mind, "I want a bigger cat!!! Then I really saw some in the television, is was a really gorgeous orange in color and its size was
bigger that a normal adult, I want it as a pet!!! Too bad it was the carnivourous type, it might eat me even before I got the chance to touch it!!
Aww too bad..

But my dream to actually pet a tiger is almost near to me especially when I've read this article. If you read along the paragraphs, the temple actually
allows the visitors to get near the tigers and pet them!!

Sadly I think, the tigers in my opinion was not treated according to their natural habits, the monks fed them with cooked meats, and some rumours that there's
some kind off illegal smuggling happening around...

That's all for my article review..

p/s: Do tell me if this is not enough, I'll try my best to eloborate more on my next post

maslinda said...

hi...today i would like to comment about my reading on what i've read on my leisure time in my beautiful room.I've read an article about the 'SIME DARBY' company which it's very interesting because i've chose this company to done my latest research under my principles of management subject assignment.....hahaha,seem it was the funniest thing right???? although it is a very tough assessment,i will try to do best among the best...actually this article telling to us about what the company try to produce their product to people outside there,which is the product basically product from malaysia...this company try to develop our country and put our country at the international market and try to get a big profit based on their product...that all for today...

Anonymous said...

Since I like to read on the latest hottest celebrity news, I would like to comment on Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's newest addition to the brood, the birth of the twins Knox Leon and Viviene Marcheline. Before the twins, This couple already has 3 adopted children and a biological daughter. You must be thinking why I commented on these, eventhough Angelina is known to be a home breaker for stealing Brad Pitt from jennifer Aniston, but I do not look into that but her humanitarian works she has done especially in the Third World country has really inspired me to follow into her footsteps. By adopting this underprivileged children,she actually has given that child a better life and also a better future. Her family also could be considered as Mini United Nation because her 3 adopted children comes from different ethnicities namely Cambodian, Vietnamese and also Ethiopian. From her I learnt that in every person there is a certain degree of goodness in everyone no matter how bad they are.

Eurica Ak Dihem
www.cnn.com/2008/SHOEBIZ/Movies?07/13/jolie.birth.ap/index.html

Anonymous said...

As i was wondering to what should I read on so that I can do my reading review, I came across a heading that entitled " Rare Mummy found with strange artifacts" i immediately clicked on that topic. For your information I've always liked anything that's got to do with mummies. There is just a mystery surrounding them that makes me intrigued. From what I've read, it is said that the mummy was found in an ancient town of Rontoy. The mummy was nicknamed 'Kiko Rontoy' by the archaeologist who found it. The mummy was found disemboweled and placed in layers of cotton and wooden textiles to aid his preservation. With the mummy also the archaeologist found offerings of abundant corn, a necklace of silver metal beads, wooden figurine that are thought to be signs of the individual's high rank. So what can i learn from this article, well I think with the disovery of this mummy, The archaeologist could examine and study this mummy thoroughly and from the examinations of this mummy maybe we could gain some knowledge on how does the ancient Peru people live back in those days. Besides that,the new generation of the Peruvian people can be proud of their unique heritage.

Eurica Ak Dihem
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/07/photogalleries/peru-mummy-photos/index.html

siow fong said...

Today, i have reading a news from "The Star", page of N29. The title is "Cameran's blooms to cost".
It is talking about the price of Cameran Highland flowers will go up by 10% from August 08'. It give a attractive to me. It is because i want to know that the increase is cause by increase of petrol or not? Here,it noted that the last time they increased the price of flowers was December 2004 and the price of raw materials has increase by between 40% and 50% last year. So, they have no choice. After knowing the reason, i can accept it.
Nevertheless, the price of everything is go up. The money is not enough to use. It is reality and inevitable. We can't change it. So, i think we should cut down on unnecessary expenses to save the money for future.
PB08044

yusmin said...

last night i read about albert einstein once again and i realize that the one who created the bomb that destroy nagasaki and hiroshima is not einstein.
He did not involved in any progress
relating to the creation of the atomic bomb.But his theory of relativity is being used as the base formula under america supervision.what a pity to einstein...
others created devastation but he's the only who take the blame..
well thats all for now...
i'll be back soon hahahahah :P
hungry...hungry...eat people :P

yusmin said...

back again..
i just done reading an article about enhancing your presentation skill...
its kind a interesting..i spend almost half an hour to read it..
i'll show you one part only hahah...want more? find it yourself..
dont be such a lazy lah....
here it is::::::
Improving your pronunciation is a large task that can't possibly be tackled in a day. If you are really serious about improving, it will take some practice over time. Here are three fun ways you can improve your pronunciation and become a better speaker.
1. Watch TV
Yes, I'm really telling you to become a couch potato! The first step to improving your pronunciation is training your ear to hear the difference between different sounds. If you can't hear the difference between the vowel sound in man and the vowel sound in men, you will have a very tough time producing these sounds on your own.
It would be best to watch quality television like the news on BBC or CNN (depending on the accent you prefer) instead of sitcoms and movies, for example. Although not always perfect, this is about the closest you'll get to the most accepted standard pronunciation in British or American English.
As you watch TV, be sure that you pay very close attention to how the words are pronounced. If you watch both stations, see if you can pick up on some of the pronunciation differences between British and American English.
2. Get tongue-tied
Tongue twisters are a challenging and fun way to practice pronunciation and increase the clarity of your speech. It may just seem like play, but many stage actors, speakers and voice-over artists will attest to the power of warming up their lips, tongue and jaw by practicing these tricky twisters!
Here are just a few examples. Practice the tongue twisters that include sounds that are hard for you to pronounce. Start slowly, and then try to gradually speed up and add repetitions.
i & ee:

-I slit the sheet, the sheet I slit, and on the slitted sheet I sit.
s & sh:

-Sally sells sea shells by the sea shore.

-Shy Shelly says she shall sew sheets.
l & r:

-Red lorry, yellow lorry, red lorry, yellow lorry.

-There are four pilots on the flight deck.

-River Valley Road

-A flea and a fly flew up in a flue. Said the flea, "Let us fly!" Said the fly, "Let us flee!" So they flew through a flaw in the flue.
th, d & t:

-Lesser leather never weathered, wetter weather better.

-Thank the other three brothers on their father's mother's brother's side.

-Tim, the thin twin tinsmith.
3. Practice minimal pairs
Minimal pairs are words that are identical except for the one problem sound you are focused on practicing. For example, if you have trouble with the sounds /r/ and /l/ you might practice reading a list of words like read/lead, road/load, fry/fly, fright/flight, crutch/clutch and so on. Slowly say these words out loud and really focus on the sounds and the way you use your voice. Here are some helpful hints to practicing minimal pairs:
- Say the words in a mirror. Exaggerate your facial expressions. Watch your tongue, lips and jaw, and note the differences when you make the sounds. Don't worry if you look a little strange at first! As your mouth learns how to make the sounds correctly, you won't have to make such weird faces to produce the correct sound.
- Record yourself saying the pairs. Listen to the recording and see if you can hear a difference between how you pronounce the words.
- Choose one word from each pair and say them out loud to a friend. Have your friend write down the words he/she hears. See if your friend heard the words you were trying to say. (You can also do this on your own by noting the words you choose as you record yourself saying them. Listen to the recording a few days later and write down the words you hear. Compare your list to the list of words you recorded.)
Taking time to practice your pronunciation is vital if you are to reach your goal of improving the clarity of your speech. Be patient with yourself! This process takes time, but the pay-offs will definitely be worth it.
Heather Hansen, founder of Singapore-based Hansen Speech & Language Training, is an executive speech and language coach, writer and trainer. If you want to boost your linguistic abilities and become a powerful speaker, visit her website http://www.hansenslt.com now for free information on how to speak clearly, correctly and confidently! Join her mailing list to receive your free special report, Speak Clearly! and as a special bonus you'll also receive her monthly newsletter, Speak like a Star!
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Heather_Hansen

to long maybe..
sorry..
read and try it..
goodbye

Anonymous said...

mohd zulhelmi pb08067
LAST NIGHT
I READ ONE BOOK ABOUT RAYBAN SUNGLASSES....
THE RAYBAN HAVE 2 KIND....
1.FROM USA
2.FROM ITALY
RAYBAN USA VERY SMART N VERY STYLE
WE CAN USE EVRY TME COZ IT AVAILABLE TO WEAR ANY WHERE...
IT VERY HARD TO BROKEN
RAY BAN ITALY NOT SMART N STYLE COZ THE PRICE CHEAP N EASY TO BREAK..
THE PEOPLE LIKE TO STEAL RAYBAN USA COZ IT VERY EXPENSIVE WHEN IT SOLD...
BUT I DREAM TO STEAL ITALY RAYBAN COZ IT EASY TO I GET....
WHN I WEAR THE RAYBAN ITALY I LK HANDSOME N THE GIRL MAY BE CHASE ME AGAINT.....
BYE......

Anonymous said...

hi,
i'll give the comment of the magazine Reader's Digest..i had bought several of this magazine..even it's price is very enpensive but it is possible for its contents is very good.it had many kind of information and news around the world..beside i got the news and info,i also can learn new words (part guessing meaning)and improve my grammar and vocabulary.the part i like most is "laughter is the best medicine".its very funny and exciting.sometime first i read that article,i didn't understand..then i look at the cartoon and read again..then i got the meaning..so..i think everyone should read this book.

~maimunah~

Anonymous said...

as....
hai this morning i read news paper.
i read about kedah wint in the match with johor fc...
first half johor fc skor gool....but in second half kedah wake up from dream n try to get the gool.....
finally kedah skor gool by marlon alex james.he skor hatrick n make kedah win in the macth....
kedah coach say
he very hapy n hope the players can maintain their perform.
kedah fan very hapy coz kedah win......
i so proud to be a kedah fan.....
zulhelmi

Anonymous said...

Mohd Azizi
PB08012

~Assalamualikum wbt. to Mdm Raha and all bloggers...

Today, i wanna talk about the article in news strait times on monday, August 4, 2008 at 9.16a.m.

The article is talk about medical tourist coming to Malaysia in thousands.

A survey conducted by the Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia found that the number of foreign patients seeking treatment in Malaysia had increased greatly over the years.

The country's popularity as a healthcare destination is due to the fact that it offers health care at competitive rates, compared with many developed countries.

Malaysian hospitals have also invested in world-class equipment and secured the services of medical personnel and specialists who received their training in countries such as Britain, Australia and the United States.

In conclusion, i think as a Malaysian, we should promote our country aggressively in order to competenwith other country in tourism..

Thanks..

Anonymous said...

hello
today i'll give you a comment based on the article that i had read in reader didest.it is about a young lady who live in suffer.her country was under war..because of that she missing one of her leg...she with her uncle tried to go out from her country and make new life.but its not easy as the enemies is everywhere..after a long time and much much trying,they finally can go to the other country..they live in her uncle friend's house..the young tried to do anything for her better life..she also request for getting new leg and.finally she got it..now she can smile for her sacrifice..

~maimunah~

kAnchAna said...

FREEDOM! BEAUTY! ATRACTIVE!

Wondering what am i talking about? Well, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly#In_culture to discover an amazing insect, BUTTERFLY! You can find many interesting informations about this beautiful insect.

Butterflies have been used in artistic depictions in many cultures including Egyptian hieroglyphics 3500 years ago.

Butterflies also used as symbols in some culture. For example,one Japanese superstition says that if a butterfly enters your guest room and perches behind the bamboo screen, the person whom you most love is coming to see you. In Chinese culture two butterflies flying together are a symbol of love. Interesting, isn't it?

In some old cultures, butterflies also symbolize rebirth into a new life after being inside a cocoon for a period of time.
Some people say that when a butterfly lands on you it means good luck.

I guess all of us should visit a butterfly park especilly before our final exams to get good luck! Hehe=p

There are many more interesting informations that you can get from this webpage. So, what you waiting for? Lets READ and have fun!!!

Thank you.

KANCHANA A/P MUNISAMY
PB08084

siow fong said...

Today, i will give the comment to a news "Goverment all out to improve public transport system" from "The Star", page of N14. The goverment is encourage more people to use public transport. Goverment also will take the step to improve the public transport system. It will amend many outdated laws and ordinances, upgrade the quality of service and improve transport operator profit. The goverment also will listen the aspiration of people and translate that to action by amending some of the current administrative rules.
In my point of view, i think this is a good planning. It will bring many advantage to people. Nowaday, the price of everything is go up. It increase the expenses of life. So, It is a good step to save money to reduce our expenses and burden. Actually, this planning is need the co-operation between goverment and nationality. Although the system has improvement, but nationality are not support or not use the public transport, the planning also will not successful.

are-you said...

SOUNDS like i'm in good mood to write.... huhuhuhu.....
today... i read English book... entitle..( can't remember) i really love that book because it is learn me how to speak English well and i really hope that i will find another book like this . if any person who knows the best book for me to read, just inform me ..give mail - ayu_adik03@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Muhd zulhelmi pb08067

Today i had read about SINGAPORE...
singapore is popular with their beauty.
i like singapore because this country is so clean more than malaysia do..
i think malaysia should make singapore as a role model in clean awareness..
the citizen there is very polite,
hardworking and also they had many beatiful ladies...
i like beautiful ladies..
there are many charming tourism places where we can go to.
one of it is...
the safari park.
i went there once and so paralyzed by the view and the air of clean environment..
but still..
i like malaysia more than other country..
ecspecially my state..
Kedah Darul Aman..
because there were also many places to go to like Gunung Jerai,
hot water pond, and what so ever.
to be frank
i am proud to be malaysian citizen..
long live malaysia..
thats all for now,
i want to go to sleep..
bubye..

Anonymous said...

Razuan Shah
pb08010

Askom....
today i would like to comment about what i read last night...it`s about butterfly...like we know..butterfly is the one of many insect..familiar with beautyful color among of many insect...many kind of butterfly we can see..ecspecially about their colour,size,sex...hahaha.... butterfly watching a fairly popular hobby..it`s also can releave our tension...Some butterflies have evolved symbiotic and parasitic relationships with social insects such as ants...butterflies are a popular motif in the visual and literary arts...thats all for my comment about what i was read...thank you...bye...

Anonymous said...

salam...^^

take a long time to log in this blog..
but i do spent a few minute to read everyday..
what have i read?
i always spent my time to read newspaper.
actually i have one habit of reading a newspaper which is i love to read it from the last page.
why??
because i like to read about sports news.
especially now the Olympic In Beijing is just around the conner..
so there is alot of info about Malaysia atlets..
i enjoy read about them.
Malaysia Boleh!!!!!!!

sharifah kadir-pb08021

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum..
hi,
today i would like to give comments on the comic Conan that i had read..
the comic is in series..it also have in television.the comic is talk about the investigation by a kid name Conan Edogawa.ussually he will be helped by his friends..actually Conan is a teenagers but because of the medicine that he had taken..so,for the implication,he became a kid..
Conan is very clever and he can solve the case he face in short time with success..he also has the briliant product that can helped him solve the problem..so i think the comic should be read by many people as it has many information can an interesthing story..

~maimunah~

Anonymous said...

hi..meet once again..this time i'm going to share on what i had read a couple of day ago.it is a news where a boy was missing..!! this news is quite mysterious as no one know how the boy was missing..according to his family,this was the 2nd time he was missing.according to his parenz,their son always talk about an old woman who he called as 'nenek tua'.the next day his mother said that her son so rushed to go to school not as usual and when his mother asked him,he said he's going to meet the old woman.since the day the boy was missing until a villager found him on a rainy day..but one thing here,the villager said that he saw the boy was with an old woman but when the villager came closer to them the old woman missing..then the villager tooh the boy to his family..but the boy now is becoming a quiet person,mot as before..what's a pity boy :-(
i'm sure his family especially his parenz must be so sad on this situation..that's all what i can tell about

asfa said...

askum..
today i read about high infection tally spark search of new strategies from NST(worl news).Today new infection of HIV running at an average of 7,500 per day.So,the new srategies they describe like clean needle exchange for intravenous drug user, treatment to prevent mother-to-baby infectiom, sexual abstinence and other behavior changes. This article is very good because it can remined our pepole about HIV and give information to all people.




hasfaresah ahmad

Cyetha said...

Cyetha bt P.K. Balachandran PB08005

Good morning everyone here I am again!

Today I would like to comment on an article entitled "Humanizing the Beijing ticket scam"
By Pat Imig at yahoo headlines recently:
http://sports.yahoo.com/olympics/beijing/blog/fourth_place_medal/post/Humanizing-the-Beijing-ticket-scam?urn=oly,98646

I am soo sad for the victims who were scammed through buying tiket to watch Beijing Olympics Game 2008 online, as you can read by yourself through this article, these buyers were soo eager to watch their children (especially) competing for the olympics game. Knowing that they prepared for weeks just to buy these "scammed" tickets makes it more sympathetic to me. And to make it worse, this "inhuman" activities was (and maybe still ongoing) done by the legitimate operation, as this article said. *shakes head*

My own lesson learned from this, NEVER TRUST ONLINE BUYING!! Being too advance in such technology dosen't make your life easier...

Anonymous said...

Salam...
What i had read??Well,there's a story that attract ny attention a lot.i read newspaper,News straits Time I guess i don't really remember,the news about the technology achievement in Japan.i read about it a fews day ago that Japan had recycle food waste to animal feed.they are anable to do so because has a lot of facilities.When I read,i feel that is so amazing!!
like us know,japan is one of most advance country and had create a lot of machines..
theirs achievement should inspires us..right??
ok..That's all
bye...
nurul ain abdullah
pb08003

Anonymous said...

SAY YES TO PROTON

I have read a article about.The article was intersting and its sound like this proton is currently strengthening and expending its organization .Proton is improving it standard from before to a better standard.Proton is launching a MPV in 2009.Lots of people are looking forward for it.Proton also do many tests before they sell a car.For example they are doing handbreak test,door test,window test and more.Proton mission is to be a leading multi-national automotive company.Proton is looking to build on existing efforts to enhance efficiency,grow our international business,sharpen core competencies and more to be consumer-driven.Interested candidates who wish to join proton can apply for the job in proton.





HANDS OF TO PROTON.








THANK YOU.



SASI DEVI A/P VIBINASANTHIRABALAN

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum.....last week im always read a about engineer magazine..i so intrested when i read this magazine..however i not really understand what i read..i not give up to read this magazine becouse i want to improve myself in english..if i not understand the word i refer the dictionary..
from this magazine i read about a person who want to be a engineer..after that this magazine explain about how to be engineer and what course the person should take for to be engineer..some advise from this magazine is we should take the couse that properly..then,we must hardworking to study in university..
TQ..

from LAILA BINTI MAT AKHIR
PB08011

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum...
last week i read a principles of management book.im so excited to know how a manager arrange and manage their company.their responsibility is very hard.my ambition is become a successful manager.so, i must hardworking and struggle to improve my understanding in english language skills.this book is very good for all of us. lastly,i hope teacher can help me to improve my english language skills... thank you

ibrahim bin kasim
pb08030

C'ta bah ne!! said...

Cyetha Bt P.K. Balachandran

PB08005

Good morning everyone, its almost noon by the way. Today I'll be commenting about "Baby born to surrogate Indian mother in legal limbo" by Sangeeta Sharma at yahoo homepage, here> http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20080806/ts_afp/indiajapanbabysurrogacyadoptionlaw.

Hmm, once again this is all about the bad effects of advance technology espcially in medical aspect, this time the victim is a 12 days old baby who's in the "surface" has no parents although her soo called parents are still alive. To be honest I'm really upset and a bit angry by this situation, this article seems to show us how it is easy to make a child, regardless of ethics, moral and common sense. And my personal view to the egg donor who carry the child, SHAME ON YOU because you just almost destroy the future of a living thing (please delete this if its inappropriate), well I said "almost" because this case is still ongoing, and the whole story is not soo clear to me.

To conclude, my advise to those who want to donate for the sake of making other family happy by giving your egg/sperm, CHANGE YOUR MIND before its too late, there's bigger punishment for you in the end of your life, I really mean it..

Anonymous said...

muhammad zulhelmi pb08067

as.....
today i read about sheer terror....
spooky n jolting
you can keep you locked.
you can keep you eyes closed.but still.he'll get what he want....and what he want is....you.
brace youself for "90 minutes of steadily mounting horror[that]hills delivers more than its share of chills"

Anonymous said...

salam...:-)

Today i would like to talk about what i have read in Sunday Star, 13 July 2008, page 7 of Starmag. The article entitle "What friends are for"..
One of an interesting article because in our life everyone need friends..
In this article the writter which is Dzireena Mahadzir talk about her friends..
She said they always ask her about the world of fashion..
All about the price, the style, colour and many more....
It is right thing done by her friends as she is a fashion writer..
So, what we are for our friends??
For me, i am a good listener..
So, if anyone want to tell me about your problem you can see me...
As long as i can help then i will help..
That what friends are for..
Not only in a happy moment but, there we are when our friends cry..

sharifah kadir-pb08021-

siow fong said...

Today, i reading a newspaper again. I will comment about the news "Drama at school fire drill", from "The Star", page of N3. It is a interesting news. It talking about a from three student climbed onto the roof of a bridge link and refused to come down. The fireman and police are remain on standby. And the boy agreed to climb down when the police and fireman are leave. But when the police went back to the classroom to look for him, he was started to run. Finally, the police caught hold of him and took him to hospital. After reading the news, i have many question. Why the boy will do that and what problem with him?

Nowadays, the teenager has many problem. The majority is cause by influence of friend or lack of family's love. Someone of them will do some action to make a attention from their family or friends to them. In my opinion, i think they need to communicate with family to share their problem. Make a conversation with counsellor to get some instruction or advise to overcome their problem. They cannot do some danger action to make attention from somebody. It only will increase the problem. PB08044

Anonymous said...

this time i'd like to share what i had read..yesterday i read a magazine which is GALAXIE..inside,i found a page that give a synopsys on the new movie;Journey To The center Of The Earth. it's about Brendan Fraser Plays Trevor,a science professor whose untraditional hypotheses have made him the laughing stock of the academic community.But on an expedition in Iceland,he and his nephew,Sean stumble upon a major discovery that launches them on a thrilling journey deep beneath the Earth's surface,where they travel through never-before-seen worlds and encounter a variety of unusual creatures.there,they face with any challenges but they able to deal it..


-nabilah-
PB08028

yusmin said...

i just done reading an article about the WHITE AMUR TIGER..
this kind of tiger can be list as a mythical creature on earth as the existence of pure white amur tiger has not been scientifically proven despite occasional reports of sightings of white tigers in th regions where wild siberian tigers live.From what i read,it is quite possible that the gene for white coating does not exist in the siberian tigers population..
the wild siberian tigers population was nearly extincnt during the middle of 20th century.
the famous white siberian tiger in captivity are actually not the pure one.
It is actuallty a result of siberian tigers breeding with bengal tigers from india.
a white tiger is considered a mutant variant of the tiger subspecies.
the estimation of wild tigers births resulting in a white tiger is 1 to 10,000.
well..
beside the loch ness monster,
the extra terrestrials,the yetis of tibetan...there were other mythical animal that not yet been discover but the possibility is there.
READ MORE ABOUT IT IN WWW.TIGERHOMES.ORG
well thats all for now..
i'll come back with another story of the mythical BLACK TIGER..
bye bye tata...
cute goes adorable..
what is that?
try to uncover it..
then tell me..
I'll treat you a lunch for a correct answer..
lecturer are invited too....
hehe

Anonymous said...

Razuan shah
pb08010

askom...
today i would like to share with you about what i read..
i read an article about mineral water...
Mineral water is water containing minerals or other dissolved substances that alter its taste or give it therapeutic value. Salts, sulfur compounds, and gases are among the substances that can be dissolved in the water. Mineral water can often be effervescent. Mineral water can be prepared or can occur naturally. Today mineral waters to be bottled at source for distributed consumption. Nom world have 3000 brands of mineral water commercially.
thats all i can i write about what i read...
thank you...
bye...
askom..

Anonymous said...

muhammad zulhelmi pb08067
as..... today read about waterfall in kedah.now i want to share with u all .....
Kedah state begins with its eastern boundary demarcated by the Main Range. The steep hills END rather quickly and the terrain changes into lowlands. Then, among the wide lowland plain at one spot beside the sea coast, a massive Gunong Jerai suddenly makes its presence felt. In the sparsely populated highland areas, many river sources are left intact including the 'original' waterfalls
The state is literally littered with waterfalls, only a couple of the larger ones have been developed as well visited picnic spots.

if you all want to visit kedah waterfall,just call me n i will bring you around this place.....
tq......

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Anonymous said...

Now in the midst of the Beijing 2008, I think all you people would like to know about the Olympics Emblem, the mascots,Olympics Creed, olympics pillar and also the motto.
Well, most of us know that the Olympics Emblem is composed of five interlocking rings (blue,yellow, black, green and red respectively)on a white field. This was originally designed in 1913 by Baron Pierre de Boutin, the founder of the modern Olympics.
These five rings stands for passion,faith,victory, work ethic and sportmanship. These five rings also represent the five parts of the world which now are won over to Olympism and willing to accept healthy competition.
The mascots for Beijing 2008 comprise of the 5 common animals found in beijing which are giant panda, a fish,Olympic fleume, Tibetan antelope and swallow. The five names of the mascots or the Fuwa's(Beibei,Jingjing,Huanhuan, Yingying, Nini)form Chinese phrase "Beijing huan ying ni" which means "Beijing welcomes you".
Then, the Olympics motto is in Latin, "Citius, Altius, Fortius" which means "Faster, Higher, Stronger". As for the Olympic creed, it sounds like this; "The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win but to take part, just as the most important thing in life is not to triumph but the struggle. The essential thing is not to have conquered but to have fought well". And finally, the three Olympic Pillars are sport,environment and culture.
I think it is important for us to know this to broaden our general knowledge and I think Olympic is good way to bring people from all over the world from different race and religion to interact in a healthy way. For those who are interested to know more please refer to this web page:en_wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympic_Rings

Eurica Ak Dihem
PB08050

Anonymous said...

testing, testing

siow fong said...

Today, i am reading a composition from "Model compositions and summaries for SPM 1119 English ". The title is "the benefits of exercise". It noted that regular exercise can prevent obesity and weight-related problem. Besides that, it also can improve blood circulation. For a man, they can exercise to develop their muscles. Actually, exercise is very useful to a worker and student to abolish modern day stress. The increasing pressure of work or study always makes their awake at night. Exercise can make a person be more relaxed and have a good night's sleep. So, they can feel cheerful and refreshed on next days.
But, exercise is so difficult to me. This also is a big challenge to me. It is because i am a lazy person. I can not wake up early to exercise and better use a few hours to sleep. But exercise is really bringing many benefits to us. Maybe i want to change my attitude to exercise and be more health, strong and not be a "tau fu" again. PB08044

Anonymous said...

Razuan Shah
pb08010

askom...
today i would like to share with you about what i read..
i was reading about computer virus..
A computer virus is a computer program that can copy itself and infect a computer without permission or knowledge of the user...
A virus can only spread from one computer to another when its host is taken to the uninfected computer, for instance by a user sending it over a network or the Internet, or by carrying it on a floppy disk, CD, or USB drive...
Viruses are sometimes confused with computer worms and Trojan horses.A worm can spread itself to other computers without needing to be transferred as part of a host, and a Trojan horse is a file that appears harmless. it's may cause harm to either a computer system's hosted data, functional performance, or networking throughput.
so...
in my opinion..
virus is one of the thing can damage our desktop or laptop...
to protect our computer from virus...i suggest you all can use spyware programs and registry processors...
thats all...

Anonymous said...

NURUL SYAFINA BINTI AMIR NURDIN
PB08048

Reading is not my hobby. I did not love to read but still keep reading to improve my vocabulary and the result was awesome. I start reading English newspaper and I jot down the word that is new to me. Then, I try this by reading English novel. And now I think reading is a great thing.

Anonymous said...

NURUL SYAFINA BINTI AMIR NURDIN
PB08048

I have read Gossip Girl novel and I have found some interesting word. Even though the novel was published in United Kingdom but the language is a bit similar with Queen English. So, it is still practicable and I still can found some new word to jot in my note book.

Anonymous said...

NURUL SYAFINA BINTI AMIR NURDIN
PB08048

Reading the dictionary is one of my activity in tedious weekend. It sound crazy but it really help my vocabulary. I love to look for new words and try to memorize it by copy into a jotter book . I read ‘The Times Lingua Dictionary’ because it not just translate the word into Malay language but there is also pronunciation guides. So, it may help my pronunciation too. Furthermore, there are some examples. So, I will really understand about the meaning. I hope you will try reading the dictionary!!!

yusmin said...

i like to read about tiger..
tiger is a very cute animal with yellow body and black stripes..
some of the tiger species is categorized as legendary as the loch ness monster which cannot be scientifically proven its existence such as the pure white tiger.
why do i interested in tiger?
i read about the tiger from a book authored by philip j magunsang who live in the jungle in kinabatangan,sabah to study deeply about tigers.
from his study,he prove that tiger isnt as fierce as everyone think they are..
tigers are so loveable..
when they not hungry of course..
well i think that is all i can say..
want to know more?
internet loh....

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum...madam.
every day i want to read a newspaper but i always missed it..so i go to www.beritaharian.com.my and found are new news there....i take for a long time to read the news...everyday we have are news about criminals...so as a malaysian we must be take care about our country and aspecially ourself....ok thats all...have a nice day..
~khadijah:PB08079

Anonymous said...

Assalammualaikum W.B.T and have a nice day especially to Madam Raha and all bloggers.
At the same time i would like to comments and also to share articles about "GUIDE TO FEMALE HAIR LOSS". This articles mentioned that hair loss usually occurs because of hormonal factors. As a consequence, biological events like puberty, pregnancy and menopause levels can also cause female hair loss. In the case of pregnancy, hair loss is simply a consequence of the stress the body undergoes during labour and should stop approxiamately 6 months after birth. Discontinuation of taking birth control pills can also cause temporary female hair loss. Therefore, this information is important and very usefull for us to know more details and to gain knowledge as well. Thats all. (www.healthatoz.com)
NURRAHMA BINTI HAJI ROMAINOR, PB08055, SECTION P13

asfa said...

askum,
Today i read article about 'A LIFE WORTH LIVING FOR GUNA '.Guna first told his friends taht he was HIV positive when they were eating in a restaurant. Their reaction was to tell him to get away from them. The bad memory has stayed with him till today altough his reaction to discrimination these days is more patrical.He also thinking about his family and he don't want his family know about that because they don't want the neighbours to know about ot and start discriminating against them.However, he reached a turning point when he joined a shelter for seriously-ill AIDS patients. During his five years at welcome home, he learnt that despite being infected, he could live a normal life.Thats all.
HASFARESAH AHMAD PB08051

Anonymous said...

Assalammualaikum and good evening to everyone..
Today i read news from the New Straits Times Online.
The topic i want comment is about a women have proven themselves in all fields.Women in malaysia who numbered over 13.1 million, had mad a significant impact in areas such as entrepreneurship, finance, sports, the arts as well as science and technology.
Bank Negara governor is Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz and Securities Commission Chaiman Datuk Zarinah Anwar as examples of malaysian women who had won world recognition as among the best in their field.
In the professional fields, women make up 56.2 per cent of dentists, 45.7 per cent of lawyers, 44 per cent of accountants, 47.2 per cent of medical doctors and 34.3 per cent of veterinarians.
right now,every women can be success if they must effort and must be brave in front of audiance.If man can do women can do anything she can do to.

UMI SOLEHAH BINTI SELIHEN
PB08080

Anonymous said...

Razuan Shah
pb08010

assalamualaikum...
today i would like to commen about cat...
like we all known cat is the one of many pet in this world...
cats may be the most popular pet in the world, with over 600 million in home over the world...and i is one of them..hahaha..
the cat also known as the domestic cat or house cat...it has been associate with humans for at least 9500 years...
cat have a skilled predator and known to hunt over 1000 species for food...
cat also can be trained to obey simple command...
cat also can protect our live because its ability to hunt vermin, snakes and scorpions...
because of that i like to keep cat in my home...
and i suggest for who read my commen to get whatever species of cat to protect our life..hahahahaaa...
i think thats all for now...
bye...

Crimson Fiona said...

NURUL SYAFINA BINTI AMIR NURDIN
PB08048

I am really sorry to all readers. I have made a mistake in my comment which is about the Gossip Girl novel. I have written there, the novel was published in United Kingdom but actually, it was published in United States.

Anonymous said...

Living with Dialysis. That is the title of an article that i will comment about.

What does this main heading tells us? Well, living with Dialysis simply means that the current situation of kidney patients in Malaysia. It is alarming to know that it is estimated that the number of dialysis patients worlwide has increase by 7% per annum.
Now living with dialysis is a new way of life completely, whereby this affected person will lead a completely different way of life unlike a normal person. This kidney patient has to use this dialysis machine to cleanse their blood from the waste or toxic that is accumulated in their blood. A patient has to go for dialysis three times per week, which means 13 times per month.
Each dialysis coasts around RM250 at private hospitals,so this will amount to about RM3250 per month.
As for the patient it is a very long journey to endeavour because among family and friends they feel isolated and a burden to everyone.
Depression will be also a constant companion. Apart from the emotional upheavel, the patient has to go through physical agony.
Besides that, side effects of dialysis include sleep disorders, dry skin, cramps,nausea, vomiting,headaches and etc.
So, the lesson here is to lead a healthy lifestyle - healthy eating, exercising and maintaining a healthy body weight.

If anyone of you who are interested to know more about this matter please do not hesitate to read this article in HealthToday the July edition.

Eurica Ak Dihem
PB08050

Anonymous said...

The theme for today is health. Specifically involving the topic of infertility.
First of all. infertility is commonly defined as a failure to conceive after one year of frequent, unprotected sexual intercourse.
As an overview, according to Dr Collin lee, an obstetrician and also gynaecologist and President of The Malaysian society for Assisted Reproductive Technology, says it is estimated that during the first year of marriage, about 20% of Malaysian couples will experience infertility, but that figure drops to 10% during the second year. This estimation is based on the number of women who get pregnant in their second yesr of marriage.
Another interesting fact is that infertility is a bigger issue in developed nations that it is in underdeveloped ones.
This is so, because generally people in urban areas are more career - oriented and tend to delay marriage and children untill they are more established in their careers.
Another subject that is really closely related to infertility is contraception.
They are many views on contraception but mostly negative. But, according to Dr Collin contraception does not affect fertility in a negative way. For Example oral contraception can delay, minimise or prevent endometriosis. As endometriosis is a leading cause of fertility problems, being on oral contraception can prevent the occurence of endometriosis and thus indirectly promote fertility.
Hopefully what i've put in this blog has change our perception towards contraception.

This material could be found in HealthToday magazine the July edition.

Eurica Ak Dihem
PB08050

Anonymous said...

Do you feel embarrased when you notice that your teeth is not white as you expected eventhough you have brush many times and as hard as you could?
Ever wondering what are the causes of these tooth discolouration?
As a matter of fact, there are two factors that cause tooth discolouration: internal and external.
In external factors it is divided into two namely smoking or drinking beverages containing caffeine and also inadequate dental hygiene.
The chemicals found in cigarette and also in coffee can cause brown- black stains on the surface of the teeth. Nicotine and food colouring are absorbed by the tooth surface, causing stains. So, in the effort to get pearly white teeth, cut down your coffee and tea intake and also stop smoking.
Besides that, yellowish stains on the surface of teeth are most likely caused by inadequate cleaning. The accumulated plaque can absorbed food colouring, resultingh in stains.
Apart from these causes, categorized in the internal factors are dental caries, excessive flouride and also poor tooth shape.
Dental caries or tooth decay occurs as a result of both poor dental hygiene and a diet rich in things that damage teeth such as sweets and fizzy drinks.
Next, is excessive flouride . Long-term and excessive ingestion of flouride in drinking water and toothpaste may also alter the development of tooth enamel, resulting in white patches on teeth.
Last but not least, stains caused by abnormal tooth development or dental flourosis can be treated by bleaching, fillings, laminate veneers or crowning.
Now, why don't we start to follow this tips in order to get those pearly white teeth. Now we could create a better world where when everyone is smilling, those shining teeth are displayed.

To get more details please refer to HealthToday magazine the July Edition.

Eurica Ak Dihem
PB08050

Anonymous said...

Assalammualaikum...

Today i read a book that a title is 'emotion', the writer is M.DARWIS HUDE.
I like this book because the tell me wahat is emosion? and how your show your impression to others.
This is a part of the article:

Emotion:Different psychologists,but all agree that it is a complex state of the organism,
involving bodily changes of a widespread character - in breathing, pulse, gland secretion etc
-and on the mental side, a state of excitement or pertubation, maked by strong feeling,and usually and impulse towards a disturbance of the intellectual functions,
a measureof dissociation, ungraded this description anything else would mean an entrance into the controversial field.
if you want to know about this book, find this book in the library.
I hope you all enjoy with my comment.

UMI SOLEHAH BINTI SELIHEN
PB08080

M.kanchana said...

MAKE LOVE, NOT WAR!!!
This title really caught my attention this morning. To me, the title means something naughthy. Hehe=p Ok, ok. But this article is actually all about the wars that are happening all around the world now. Until now, 36 wars are going on. This is all because most of us think that violent can solve everything. And we do not think properly before we act. This article also mention that we, the future leaders should change this tradition. As for me, I totally agree with the author. War will not change anything except for the number of people on Earth. War is only a solution for those who are brainless or for those who are coward but trying hard to prove to the world that they are great. I really do not understand why the nation's leader are so irrasional when making a major decision ike this. And I strongly hope that we the future leaders will be ten times or even million times better leaders than the leaders now. I really do not want the innocent people especially the poor young children to be the victims of some idiots. Im sorry to use harsh words but thats what they are! So, lets all of us together work for a better world in the very near future. No WAR! Only PEACE!!!



KANCHANA A/P MUNISAMY

Anonymous said...

Zilawati binti Yusof
PB08060

assalamualaikum...

For imformation dictionary is one ways to improve english. Every night before sleep i will read it to add my vocabulary. With dictionary i can find every word i not understanding. Dictionary very important for me. Without dictionary i feel not perfect.
so, dictionary is half in my life...

Anonymous said...

Judging from nowadays trend, where more and more teenagers are influenced by the hip hop culture.
So, i decided to read on to get an idea what is actually hip hop culture.
From what I've read i understood that rapping is one of hip hop elements. Rapping is the way of speaking rhythmically following the music which has been "breaked" the term used by DJs in producing music. This music genre was originally came from the Bronx, New york where at first the crowds who really give this music a place in the music industry were the African american youth and also the Latino youth.
Basically the lyrics of this music mostly is a message of dissatisfaction, anger and the words is mostly vulgar.
Besides the music, we could see this hip hop influence through fashion.
This hip hop fashion is very popular among teenagers and also youth from all over the world not only in the United States.
Among the popular clothing that were worn by hip hoppers are, baseball caps, Big oversized athletic T-shirt, branded sneakers and also huge oversize jeans or pants.
Apart from that, hip hop culture includes breakdancing and also grafitti. Breakdancing is a type of streetdance that is really complicated with many difficult body movements. not an ordinary person can perform brekdancing because this form of dancing needs persistence in practising and also the agility of the body to perform certain dance routine.
As for grafitti, it is drawing on the wall using spray. Grafitti is actually a beautiful work of art where many different colours are blended in order to produce the desired colour. The message behind this drawing again is manifestation of their feelings which of course dissatisfaction, anger, unjustice and other negative feelings.
Originally, this culture is only popular towards a smaller group of people but now it has become a worldwide trend where all teenagers idolise if not is picking up this culture. But, what is so unique about this culture. Maybe because of the uniqueness, or the freedom of whoever to follow this trend and also there is a cool factor that is surrounding this culture. No matter what, it is our decision to follow whichever culture or beliefs that we choose or prefer, but bear in mind that whatever we do, it must not bring bad effects to ourselves, family,our race, our religion and most importantly our country.

Eurica Ak Dihem
PB08050

Anonymous said...

as.......
hai....
today i read about bird..
the bird can fly n it can go every where if the bird want to go...
the bird have many species in the world....
in every where we can see the bird fly at the sky
the bird freedom as the logo in the part of the person in the war
the bird no pressure in their live..
that all..
muhammad zulhelmi b mohd hadzair
pb08067

Anonymous said...

Does education pays more? This main heading really caught my attention while I was browsing through the net looking for the materials to read for blog entry.
In the article, it is mentioned that it is true that the more education you get, the more pay you will get. So, here again our parents is always right when they say this, " with education you can go ahead easily".
According to this article, a survey has been carried out and the findings justifies again the statement where a degree holder earns around 50% more than just high school degree holder and the pays will increased significantly if this person continues to pursue his or her studies in Masters and also PHD.
From a real life experience, education does not only give financial stability but highly educated individual has been exposed to things that they never exposed during their chilhood.
Well, it is worth paying back our study loans for our future, don't you think? That is why we must take every chances to improve ourselves through education. No matter how hard at first for us to strive for our success in our education, but in the end we are also the one who will taste the sweet taste of success.

This article could be referred to http://encarta.msn.com/encnet/Departments/AdultLearning/Default.aspx?article=DoeseducationmeanPay

Eurica Ak Dihem
PB08050

Crimson Fiona said...

NURUL SYAFINA BINTI AMIR NURDIN
PB08048

I read poem for relaxation since the lyrics is very beautiful and sometimes romantic. When I am solitary, depressed and tension, poem is my friend. The word and meaning that full with classical value can relax and refresh my mind. I love to read poem since it need a few minute only to feel and understand the meaning. You can also read some poem at www.classic-poems.com

I sometimes think that never blows so red
The rose as where some buried Caesar bled,
That everyday hyacinth the garden wears,
Drop in her lap from some once lovely head.

Never Blows So Red by Omar Khayyam

Anonymous said...

Razuan Shah
pb08010

As...
today i would like to command about swimming..
swimming is the movement human or animals through water..
i think you all already known what is swimming..
swimming is the good exercise..
swimming can give many benefit for who make it..
Swimming can be a really hard workout, during half an hour of vigorous swimming a 10 stone individual burns 360 calories..so.. who in overweight, can practice swim to reduce their weight..in my opinion la...
other than that..in summer time, swimming serves as an excellent exercising choice to beat the summer heat..
It provides you the best of both worlds, if on one hand, it provides the cardio benefits of running, then on the other hand, it paves way for achieving weight training strength building benefits..
swimming is the good exercise..
so..lets learn how to swim..
if you want to know or want to learn how to swim you can ask me..for your information..i can teach you whatever techniques you want to learn..hahaha...
thats all for now..thanks for your read...
bye...

Anonymous said...

smoking is very dangerous for health.....in the cigarettes has the tobacco....it burned and the smoke tasted or inhaled...when the person smoking it can damage their heart....that person can get heart attact,lung cancer,chronic obstructive pulmonary diease,can also lead to birth defects....and will die after the heart stop funtion....
tobacco smoking is today byfar the most popular form of smoking and is pracited by over one billion people in the majority of all human societies.....today part of the teenage has smoking in every where and they don't thing the effect their life in the future.....
i hope the parent must monitor their children what they do to avoid from the smoking...
i hope who smoking can stop take the cigarettes it good for you healt........
smoking not good for healt and the people around you......
that all...........
muhammad zulhelmi bin mohd hadzair
pb08067

ZULHELMI said...

as.....
hai.....
i want to share about shampoo...
Shampoo is a hair care product used for the removal of oils, dirt, skin particles, dandruff, environmental pollutants and other contaminant particles that gradually build up in hair. The goal is to remove the unwanted build-up without stripping out so much as to make hair unmanageable.

Shampoo, when lathered with water, is a surfactant, which, while cleaning the hair and scalp, can remove the natural oils (sebum) which lubricate the hair shaft.

Shampooing is frequently followed by conditioners which increase the ease of combing and styling.
that all....
i hope you all get information about shampoo from me.....
bye......
tq....

Razuan Shah said...

askom...
today i want to share about computer mouse..
In computing, a mouse is a pointing device that functions by detecting two-dimensional motion relative to its supporting surface. Physically, a mouse consists of a small case, held under one of the user's hands, with one or more buttons. It sometimes features other elements, such as "wheels", which allow the user to perform various system-dependent operations, or extra buttons or features can add more control or dimensional input. The mouse's motion typically translates into the motion of a pointer on a display, which allows for fine control of a Graphical User Interface..
so..that all...
bye..

Anonymous said...

salam....

what have i read???
for this time i want to share about an interesting novel that i had read...
the novel author is Sydney Sheldon and the novel title is Nothing Lasts Forever...
this novel are all about the life of three person which are worked as a doctor at the same hospital but live in the same house..
all of them have different background and personality...
in this novels can show the reality of peoples life in this world...
to know more about this novel you have to read it by yourself..
but i can guarantee that this novel is very interesting and good for you..
because of this novel make me more interested to read lots more english books and novels...

sharifah kadir~pb08021~

Anonymous said...

today i would to comment about the
fashion which it is refers to styles of dress (but can also include cuisine, literature, art, architecture, and general comportment) that are popular in a culture at any given time. Such styles may change quickly, and "fashion" in the more effective sense refers to the latest version of these styles. Inherent in the term is the idea that the mode will change more quickly than the culture as a whole.That all about my reading on fashion.


MASLINDA SAMAD
PB08031

Anonymous said...

Assalammualaikum w.b.t

Today i would like to comment about the article is about Richard Matheson's novel ' I Am Legend '.
I Am Legend is a 1954 science fiction novel by Richard Matheson about the last man alive in a future Los Angeles, California.
It is notable as influential on the devoloping modern vampire genre as well the zombie genre, in popularizing the fictional concept of a worldwide apocalypse due to disease, and in exploring the notion of vampirism as a disease.
This story is so excited because i enjoyed when i'm reading it.
That all from me today
Thank you.

UMI SOLEHAH BINTI SELIHEN
PB 08080

Anonymous said...

Good Night everyone....

Today i would like to comment about my reading.Today I read the article of News Strait Times Online is about Pregnant teenager raped.
At the Petaling Jaya, a pregnant teenager was raped by a man entrusted by her boyfriend to look after her.
To add insult to injury, the 16 years old girl was also left to deal with the trauma on her own after her boyfriend did not return for her.
The incident occurred in a house in Damansara on saturday, where the girl had stayed with her boyfriend.
It is learnt that the boyfriend had asked his friend if he could stay with the girl who was four months pregnant.
The friend then raped the girl as soon as the boyfriend stepped out of the house.
The girl went back to her parents house and after relating her ordeal, lodged a report at the police station.
Police picked up the boyfriend on saturday and are now looking for his friend.
Petaling Jaya police chief Assistant Commissioner Arjunaidi Mohamed confirmed the case.
The moral value is don't ever trusted of someone that we don't know and every women must protected herself to makesure this situation can be happen.

UMI SOLEHAH BINTI SELIHEN
PB08080

Anonymous said...

i want to share about a movie that i just watched..the pirate of Carribean..this movie was so good watch because as an entertainment we also can learn something from it..what can i see is the Characters..jack sparrow actually a good person and as a leader to a ship is not easy task..need a strong and good in controlling under him...well as a Project Manager also a leaderships are important..let us watching movies and study on something from them and not just watching it..

defroy kudong (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

everyday person will think to eat..why because we really needs of it..as human being and also a living things..but we now forget about the important thing about good diet..we took a food because maybe it delicious..but what we have to see is the nutrient contains..because many of diseases..are caused by food that we taken..well lets see a doctor..and asking him a advice..take a good meal today..

Defroy kudong (PB08023)

Crimson Fiona said...

NURUL SYAFINA BINTI AMIR NURDIN
PB08048

Have you ever went to Genting Highland before? It is one of the famous locations in Malaysia where the temperatures is lower around 15-25°C. It is very well-known as city of entertainment, which popular with the Casinos, Genting Theme Park, Arena of Stars and many more. You should not worry about getting lost in Genting because there are enough signage that help you to reach to your destination. It is great fun to read about Genting Highland. So, you can also have some read about it on wikitravel.org/en/Genting_Highlands

Crimson Fiona said...

NURUL SYAFINA BINTI AMIR NURDIN
PB08048

The insects which go through distinctive larval, pupal and adult stage are called Holometabola and also known as Endopterygota. The structure and behaviour of a larva and adult stage are different when they undergo a radical metamorphosis and it is called holometabolism (complete metamorphism). Neuropteroida, Hymenopteroida and panorpoida are three assemblages of Endopterygota where it is divide into eleven orders containing insects such as butterflies, fleas, bees, ants and beetles.
Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holometabola

Crimson Fiona said...

NURUL SYAFINA BINTI AMIR NURDIN
PB08048

Since butterflies are the major agents of pollination they are important economically but some of them are just pests that they can damage domestic crops and trees. They have a life cycle from larval caterpillar stage, inactive pupal stage, spectacular metamorphosis to a familiar and colourful winged adult form. In the visual and literary arts, butterfly is one of the popular motifs that had been used.
Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly

Crimson Fiona said...

NURUL SYAFINA BINTI AMIR NURDIN
PB08048

Sprocket is distinguished from a gear but it is not meshed together directly. There are teeth around the end of the sprocket, which meshed with a chain. The sprocket is usually can be found on bicycle and motorcycles.
Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprocket

Anonymous said...

my first time to join the Raksi program..it very hard for me..because boring..but actually it gives a lot of knowledges..today we just finished for the model number 10..it so great...we can talk to the student and i missed my time as primary student..and i thinked that the sweet memory we had not to let it go..but keep it..remember the friendship..it is important..

defroy kudong (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

salam....
hye...

what i have read?it is about cat.i want to share the story about it because it is the most favourite pet..
exactly cat also known as the domestic cat or house cat.we should do not disturb them when they are fights because it could make ourselves injured.they makes themselves appear more impressive and threatening by raising their fur and arching their backs makes increasing their apparent size.so,we should be careful when meet wih the fghting cats.

cat is also known as the animal that loves to play especially young kittens and this behaviour helps them to learn to stalk,capture and kill prey.And the cat loves to play something moving like ball and small animal like lizard and so on.

besides that,cat are known for their cleanliness by licking their own fur or the other cat.they licks by employing their hooked papillae and saliva which is powerful cleaning agent.the female cat also can produce about 3-5 kittens and sometimes not all of them will survive..

lastly,there are so much special about our nature so please appreciate it..
that's all....
thank you..

~nurul ain bt abdullah,pb08003~

if you want to know detail about them,go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/cat

Anonymous said...

Assalammualaikum every one..

i would like to share about my experience came into UMP. At the first time, i little bit sad and dissapointed because i cant go to UPSI. Actually since in primary school my ambition want to be a teacher. I like to teach. But, i decided go to UMP because after graduate i plan after this i'll take KPLI or DPLI. This is the one way for me to be a teacher in my future, InsyaAllah.
Back to the topic, i'm not really excited go to UMP at the first time but thank to the God gave me the chance entering University. My elder's brother was company me to registered as a student UMP at the first day on 1st July, then i go to "kolej kediaman". I have 3 roomate, from Negeri Sembilan, Kuala Lumpur and Terengganu. My roomate younger one year then me, they all student from matriculation. After get used with my environment, roomate, classmate, lecturer and so on i become more comfortable and satisfactory.. Thank to the God for this chance and also my dear family which is always give me support what ever situation i faced. Also, friends and lecturer.

Nurrahma Hj. Romainor (PB 08055)

MOHD AZIZI ALIAS - PB08012 said...

Assalamualaikum wbt and hi every commenters..

Today, i would share with you about "smile"

In physiology, a smile is a facial expression formed by flexing those muscles most notably near both ends of the mouth. The smile can also be found around the eyes (See 'Duchenne smile' below). Among humans, it is customarily an expression denoting pleasure, happiness, or amusement, but can also be an involuntary expression of anxiety, in which case it can be known as a grimace. There is much evidence that smiling is a normal reaction to certain stimuli as it occurs regardless of culture. Happiness is most often the motivating cause of a smile. Among animals, the exposure of teeth, which may bear a resemblance to a smile, is often used as a threat or warning display - known as a snarl - or a sign of submission. In chimpanzees, it can also be a sign of fear. The study of smiles is a part of gelotology, psychology, and linguistics, comprising various theories of affect, humor, and laughter.

So, smile always..

=)

nabilah said...

...AN ARTICLE ABOUT SPORT...
a question : How the country can perform well in the next Commonwealth Games?

1)the way of recognition be given to sports persons
-cash rewards
-job opportunities
-paid leave if the sports persons or athletes attend training

2)special programmes which can nurture young talents
-different sports organizations and 'Majlis Sukan Sekolah-sekolah' at every district and state level competititons

3)upgrade sports personnel
-coaches efforts like attend training
-team managers to manage the players
-medical personnel for the players if any injuries occur

4)improve all existing sports facilities
-stadiums facilities like playing fields, tracks for athletic events must be maintained
-facilities for games like tennis,basketball,volleyball;make sure the courts are in good condition. for swimming pool can be made as Olympic size

-nabilah mohamad-
PB08028

Anonymous said...

-nabilah mohamad-
PB08028

guys..do you know that listening also have some skills.Here are some tips on listening skills:
DO'S
-be focused
-familiarise yourself with questions while reading
-listen for main ideas & other specifications
-take notes if necessary
-recognize speakers' attitudes,roles and relationships

DONT'S
-don't allow your mind to wander
-don't assume answers are always direct
-don't panic if you don't get the answer after listening once
-don't be put off by a difficult word
-don't mark more than one answer

Anonymous said...

WINDOWS VISTA STARTER...

the windows bring together the best of the basics,with an operating system designed specifically for begining computer users.You can do all your favourite activities such asword processing and browsing the internet-and get the guidance you might need with step-by-step tutorials in your local language.A genuine copy of Windows Vista Starter is backed by Microsoft,comes with all the features and performance you expect and provides ungoing access to updates and enhancements so your PC stays up-to-date and better protected

>nabilah mohamad<
PB08028

Anonymous said...

last week an exhibition of final english project was held.My group was the 1st one who present on our own product.My group product was Hair Dryer model EH5401w.This hair dryer consists of 3main parts which are engine body containing air inlet;handle containing power switch & speed selector and the last part is nozzle containing air outlet.Every group members were able to give clear explaination to audience.After all we felt relieved...haaaaaaa

nabilah mohamad
PB08028

Anonymous said...

Wanna know what is Bluetooth?

Bluetooth is a wireless protocol utilizing short-range communications technology facilitating data transmission over short distances from fixed and/or mobile devices, creating wireless personal area networks (PANs). The intent behind the development of Bluetooth was the creation of a single digital wireless protocol, capable of connecting multiple devices and overcoming problems arising from synchronization of these devices. Bluetooth uses a radio technology called frequency hopping spread spectrum. It chops up the data being sent and transmits chunks of it on up to 75 different frequencies. In its basic mode, the modulation is Gaussian frequency shift keying (GFSK).It can achieve a gross data rate of 1 Mb/s.Bluetooth provides a way to connect and exchange information between devices such as mobile phones, telephones, laptops, personalcomputers,printers,GPS receivers, digital cameras, and video game consoles over a secure, globally unlicensed Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) 2.4 GHz short-range radio frequency bandwidth.The Bluetooth specifications are developed and licensed by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG).The Bluetooth SIG consists of companies in the areas of telecommunication, computing, networking, and consumer electronics.In order to use Bluetooth,a device must be compatible with certain Bluetooth profiles.These define the possible applications and uses of the technology.But beware as your phone,PC and every thing which have bluetooth may be affected with VIRUS!so users think what you need to do

NABILAH MOHAMAD
PB08028

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060
today i want to give my comment about story monkey and her sons..in this story i get many benafit and good value. mother monkeys is a good mother because ,her teach her son to be good in life...in this story,a lot value of family i can get.as son, i must to love my mother.besause mother is a important person in family.
thanks mum...

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060

salam,
now i want to comment about book i read. this book is 'perbualan bahasa inggeris dalam 30 hari'. this book like note book,very small. we can bring this book anywhere we go. when we read this book,we can speak inggeris slow-slow besause contents this book many about what we talk every day.so, i suggest to anyone low in inglish to read this book.it can improve your inglish.insyaALLAH.
thank you.

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060

hai, now i want story about hair dryer. for imformation hair dryer is one object out from idea smart people.
hair dryer has function to dryer hair and anything wap..but, hair dryer very sensitif because it aplication must contineu with electric.so, to use it must carefully.that all.
thanks you.

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060

Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in our solar system. It is named after the Roman god of war Mars (Ares in Greek mythology) because of its apparent red color. This feature also earned it the nickname "The Red Planet". The prefix areo- refers to Mars in the same way geo- refers to Earth. The astronomical symbol for Mars is ♂, a circle with an arrow pointing northeast. The Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Vietnamese cultures refer to the planet as 火星, or fire star. Mars is a terrestrial planet with a thin atmosphere, having surface features such as craters, giant valleys, and volcanoes. Of all the planets in our Solar System other than Earth, Mars is the most likely to harbor liquid water, and perhaps life. Mars is currently host to several orbiting spacecraft and two rovers, and most recently, a lander searching for water in the north polar region. It has two moons, Phobos and Deimos, which are small and oddly-shaped, possibly being captured asteroids.

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060

hello,
Apollo program
Main article: Apollo program
The Apollo program was designed to land humans on the Moon and bring them safely back to Earth. Apollo 1 ended tragically when all the astronauts inside died due to fire in the command module during an experimental simulation. Because of this incident, there were a few unmanned tests before men boarded the spacecraft. Apollo 8 and Apollo 10 tested various components while orbiting the Moon, and returned photographs. On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11, landed the first men on the moon, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Apollo 13 did not land on the Moon due to a malfunction, but did return photographs. The six missions that landed on the Moon returned a wealth of scientific data and almost 400 kilograms of lunar samples. Experiments included soil mechanics, meteoroids, seismic, heat flow, lunar ranging, magnetic fields, and solar wind experiments

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060
hai, my article i read is
Apollo-Soyuz
Main article: Apollo-Soyuz Test Project
The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (or ASTP) was the first joint flight of the U.S. and Soviet space programs. The mission took place in July 1975. For the United States of America, it was the last Apollo flight, as well as the last manned space launch until the flight of the first Space Shuttle in April 1981

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum........
hai madam raha,how are u?
Today,i was read a magazine and i read magazine about woman engineer.The article is engineering for woman?According to the article "Do you love engineering but becouse you are a girl".Actually all people can be a engineer if we all have a spiritv to the job.Engineering is the art of applying science,mathematic,judgment and comman sense to create things that benefit man kind.The main reason why more girls should choose to study engineering is becouse engineering needs girls!Girls have a different way of thinking compared to boys.

from:LAILA BINTI MAT AKHIR
(PB08011)

Anonymous said...

MY READING AGAIN..

This time I'd like to share you all about FINGERPRINTING.A fingerprint is an impression of the friction ridges of all or any part of the finger.A friction ridge is a raised portion of the epidermis on the palm or digits (fingers and toes) or plantar (sole) skin, consisting of one or more connected ridge units of friction ridge skin.These ridges are sometimes known as "dermal ridges" or "dermal papillae".

Fingerprints may be deposited in natural secretions from the eccrine glands present in friction ridge skin (secretions consisting primarily of water) or they may be made by ink or other contaminants transferred from the peaks of friction skin ridges to a relatively smooth surface such as a fingerprint card.The term fingerprint normally refers to impressions transferred from the pad on the last joint of fingers and thumbs, though fingerprint cards also typically record portions of lower joint areas of the fingers (which are also used to make identifications).

....NabilahMohamad...
PB08028

Anonymous said...

*NABILAH MOHAMAD PB08028*

ARE YOU IN OBESITY??? Check it out..!! Here's the fact of OBESITY
Obesity is a condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to such an extent that health may be negatively affected.[1] It is commonly defined as a body mass index (BMI = weight divided by height squared) of 30 kg/m2 or higher.[1] This distinguishes it from being overweight as defined by a BMI of between 25–29.9 kg/m2.[1]

Excessive body weight is associated with various diseases, particularly cardiovascular diseases, diabetes mellitus type 2, obstructive sleep apnea, certain types of cancer, and osteoarthritis.[2][3] As a result, obesity has been found to reduce life expectancy.[3] The primary treatment for obesity is dieting and physical exercise. If this fails, anti-obesity drugs and (in severe cases) bariatric surgery can be tried.[2][4]

Obesity arises from too much energy intake compared with a person's basal metabolic rate and level of physical exercise. Excessive caloric intake and a lack of physical activity in genetically susceptible individuals is thought to explain most cases of obesity, with purely genetic, medical, or psychiatric illness contributing to only a limited number of cases. With rates of adult and childhood obesity increasing, authorities view it as a serious public health problem.[4]

Although obesity is often stigmatized in the modern Western world, it has been perceived as a symbol of wealth and fertility at other times in history

Anonymous said...

ASSALAMUALAIKUM........

I was read one article about obesity.The obesity is a very dengerous for all people.2 ways for diet..
step 1 is a person need take some health food for diet.step 2 is always jogging and do not take food high calory,sweet food and other.we all must take vegetables and fruits becouse vegetables and fruits have a vitamin such as vitamin A,B,C and other.

from:LAILA BINTI MAT AKHIR
(PB08011)

Anonymous said...

assamualaikum..
Now,i want tell u all,is about friendship.Friendship is a term used to donate co-aperative and supportive behavior between to two or more beings.In this sense,the term connotes a relationship which involves mutual knowledge,esteem,and effection and respect along with a degree of rendering service to friends in times of need or crisis.Friend will welcome each other's company and exhibit loyalty towards each other,often to the point of altruism.A friend is someone who may often demonstrate reciprocating and reflective behavior.that's all from me...
thanks.

from:LAILA BINTI MAT AKHIR
(PB08011)

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060

assalamualaikum...
Radiative zone
From about 0.2 to about 0.7 solar radii, solar material is hot and dense enough that thermal radiation is sufficient to transfer the intense heat of the core outward. In this zone there is no thermal convection; while the material grows cooler as altitude increases, this temperature gradient is less than the value of adiabatic lapse rate and hence cannot drive convection. Heat is transferred by radiation—ions of hydrogen and helium emit photons, which travel a brief distance before being reabsorbed by other ions. In this way energy makes its way very slowly (see above) outward.

Between the radiative zone and the convection zone is a transition layer called the tachocline. This is a region where the sharp regime change between the uniform rotation of the radiative zone and the differential rotation of the convection zone results in a large shear

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060
hai,
Cardiovascular system
Main article: Cardiovascular system

The cardiovascular system comprises of the heart, veins, arteries, and capillaries. The primary function of the heart is to circulate the blood, and through the blood, oxygen and vital minerals, to the tissues and organs that comprise the body. The main organ of the cardiovascular system, the heart, is generally located in the middle of the thorax. The left side (the left ventricle and left atrium) is responsible for pumping blood to all parts of the body, while the right side (right ventricle and right atrium pumps only to the lungs

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060
hello
Reflector eyes
An alternative to a lens is to line the inside of the eye with " mirrors", and reflect the image to focus at a central point.[1] The nature of these eyes means that if one were to peer into the pupil of an eye, one would see the same image that the organism would see, reflected back out.[1]

Many small organisms such as rotifers, copeopods and platyhelminths use such organs, but these are too small to produce usable images.[1] Some larger organisms, such as scallops, also use reflector eyes. The scallop Pecten has up to 100 millimeter-scale reflector eyes fringing the edge of its shell. It detects moving objects as they pass successive lenses.

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060
my article i read,
Superposition eyes
The second type is named the superposition eye. The superposition eye is divided into three types; the refracting, the reflecting and the parabolic superposition eye. The refracting superposition eye has a gap between the lens and the rhabdom, and no side wall. Each lens takes light at an angle to its axis and reflects it to the same angle on the other side. The result is an image at half the radius of the eye, which is where the tips of the rhabdoms are. This kind is used mostly by nocturnal insects. In the parabolic superposition compound eye type, seen in arthropods such as mayflies, the parabolic surfaces of the inside of each facet focus light from a reflector to a sensor array. Long-bodied decapod crustaceans such as shrimp, prawns, crayfish and lobsters are alone in having reflecting superposition eyes, which also has a transparent gap but uses corner mirrors instead of lenses.

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060
hai, this my article i read today...
Neuroanatomy
Main article: Neuroanatomy
The oldest method of studying the brain is anatomical, and until the middle of the 20th century, much of the progress in Neuroscience came from the development of better stains and better microscopes. Much critical information about synaptic function has come from study of electron microscope images of synapses. On a larger scale, neuroanatomists have invented a plethora of stains that reveal neural structure, chemistry, and connectivity. In recent years, the development of immunostaining techniques has allowed staining of neurons that express specific sets of genes.

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
Pb08060
hai,today i want share article i read is, Hemoglobin

A bleeding fingerHemoglobin is the principal determinant of the color of blood in vertebrates. Each molecule has four heme groups, and their interaction with various molecules alters the exact color. In vertebrates and other hemoglobin-using creatures, arterial blood and capillary blood are bright red as oxygen imparts a strong red color to the heme group. Deoxygenated blood is a darker shade of red; this is present in veins, and can be seen during blood donation and when venous blood samples are taken. Blood in carbon monoxide poisoning is bright red, because carbon monoxide causes the formation of carboxyhemoglobin. In cyanide poisoning, the body cannot utilize oxygen, so the venous blood remains oxygenated, increasing the redness. While hemoglobin containing blood is never blue, there are several conditions and diseases where the color of the heme groups make the skin appear blue. If the heme is oxidized, methemoglobin, which is more brownish and cannot transport oxygen, is formed. In the rare condition sulfhemoglobinemia, arterial hemoglobin is partially oxygenated, and appears dark-red with a bluish hue (cyanosis)

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060

now i want to share about artcle i read.this about Carbon monoxide poisoning
Substances other than oxygen can bind to hemoglobin; in some cases this can cause irreversible damage to the body. Carbon monoxide, for example, is extremely dangerous when carried to the blood via the lungs by inhalation, because carbon monoxide irreversibly binds to hemoglobin to form carboxyhemoglobin, so that less hemoglobin is free to bind oxygen, and less oxygen can be transported in the blood. This can cause suffocation insidiously. A fire burning in an enclosed room with poor ventilation presents a very dangerous hazard since it can create a build-up of carbon monoxide in the air. Some carbon monoxide binds to hemoglobin when smoking tobacco.

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060

hai,i has new article to share with all. this about Enamel
Main article: Tooth enamel
Enamel is the hardest and most highly mineralized substance of the body and is one of the four major tissues which make up the tooth, along with dentin, cementum, and dental pulp. It is normally visible and must be supported by underlying dentin. Ninety-six percent of enamel consists of mineral, with water and organic material composing the rest.The normal color of enamel varies from light yellow to grayish white. At the edges of teeth where there is no dentin underlying the enamel, the color sometimes has a slightly blue tone. Since enamel is semitranslucent, the color of dentin and any restorative dental material underneath the enamel strongly affects the appearance of a tooth. Enamel varies in thickness over the surface of the tooth and is often thickest at the cusp, up to 2.5 mm, and thinnest at its border, which is seen clinically as the cementoenamel junction.

Enamel's primary mineral is hydroxyapatite, which is a crystalline calcium phosphate. The large amount of minerals in enamel accounts not only for its strength but also for its brittleness. Dentin, which is less mineralized and less brittle, compensates for enamel and is necessary as a support. Unlike dentin and bone, enamel does not contain collagen. Instead, it has two unique classes of proteins called amelogenins and enamelins. While the role of these proteins is not fully understood, it is believed that they aid in the development of enamel by serving as framework support among other functions.

Anonymous said...

ZILAWATI BINTI YUSOF
pb08060

HAI,NOW I WANT TO CONTINUE ARTLCIE ABOUT THOOT.THIS ARTICLE PART IS Dentin
Dentin is the substance between enamel or cementum and the pulp chamber. It is secreted by the odontoblasts of the dental pulp.The formation of dentin is known as dentinogenesis. The porous, yellow-hued material is made up of 70% inorganic materials, 20% organic materials, and 10% water by weight. Because it is softer than enamel, it decays more rapidly and is subject to severe cavities if not properly treated, but dentin still acts as a protective layer and supports the crown of the tooth.

Dentin is a mineralized connective tissue with an organic matrix of collagenous proteins. Dentin has microscopic channels, called dentinal tubules, which radiate outward through the dentin from the pulp cavity to the exterior cementum or enamel border. The diameter of these tubules range from 2.5 μm near the pulp, to 1.2 μm in the midportion, and 900 nm near the dentino-enamel junction. Although they may have tiny side-branches, the tubules do not intersect with each other. Their length is dictated by the radius of the tooth. The three dimensional configuration of the dentinal tubules is genetically determINED.

Anonymous said...

salam..
hye meet me again..

today,i want share something important to both man and woman.it is about how to take care of our eye..eye must to take care to make sure we are always look freshly.
firstly,you dip wads of cotton in a chilled mixture of cucumber and potato juice and keep this on your eyelids for 15 to 20 minutes and gently wash it off by applying a little baby oil.

then,apply a thin coat of castor oil every night for long eyelashes for strengthens lashes and cools your eyes and then massage a few drops of coconut oil around the eyes to get rid off dark circles. Next,grate a potato and tie in a cloth and place the cloth over your eyes for about 15 minutes and not forget to add a small pinch of salt in water and wash for bright and sparkling eyes.
Then,mix tomato juice and lemon juice in equal quantity and apply around the eyes and after 30 minutes wash it off with cold and hot water alternatively.

Make a paste of sandal wood and nutmeg and apply the paste around the eyes before sleeping and wash it off in the morning.
Crush a cucumber and take the juice and add a little rose water and apply around the eyes and wash it after 30 minutes.
Finally,place cotton wool swabs dipped in cold milk on closed eyes for removing dark circles.
so,i suggest to all of you to do it ok..it is also fun to do it..


TRY IT!YOU WILL LIKE IT!
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nurul ain bt abdullah
pb08003

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum..
i had already read an article about friends.The article written by David Leonhardt.In the article tell us a few comman reason why people become friends.He also saidwe should choose our friend very carefully.In the article also listthe characteristics of true friends.True friends should encourage us to live our dream,support us toward our goals,sympathize for our losses and help us find a silver lining and also build your self-esteem.Try to be good friend.Be a good listener and always support each others.

from:LAILA BINTI MAT AKHIR
(PB08011)

Anonymous said...

The sungai lembing museum is managed by department of museums Malaysia with the objectives of disseminating information and exhibition on historical evidence of this region Pahang as a whole.
The sungai lembing museums was build to re-live the glarious days of sungai lembing as Pahang's richest manufacturer of tin. Once, this city was even dubbed the Malay states very own EL-DORADO, as it was here that a special settlement for british offices was located.



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SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum...
for the second article,i got one story.The title is sand and stone.This story tells about two friends were talking through the desert.during some point of the journey ,they had an argument,and one friend slapped the other one in the face.The other one who got slapped was hurt,but without saying anything,wrote in the sand:"TODAY MY BEST FRIEND SLAPPED ME IN THE FACE".they kept on walking until they found an oasis,where they decide to take a bath.The one who had been slapped,got stuck in the mire and started drowning,but the friend saved him.After the friend recovered from the near drowning,he wrote on the stone:"TODAY MY BEST FRIEND SAVED MY LIFE".the friend who had slapped and saved his best friend asked him,after i hurt you,you wrote in the sandand now,you wrote on a stone,why....?????

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(PB08011)

Anonymous said...

The New Straits Times was established in July 15, 1845, making it the oldest English-language newspaper in the region. Originally known as The Straits Times, its name was derived from the Straits of Malacca, a busy shipping lane in the last century.

With a long history backing it, The New Straits Times has a rich and resourceful archive that presents veritable record of events in this part of the world. Published by the publicly-listed New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd, the paper has always been a source of vital news and views, reported with unequalled fervour. It credits itself for the nation’s well-being and progress in all fields, earning the title “The Newspaper of the Nation”.

With bureaus all over Malaysia, The New Straits Times constantly strives to present its readers with real-time news packed with rich editorial content, minus the trimmings, in line with its “All The News That Matters” motto.

Today, The New Straits Times continues to be an authoritative and influential newspaper addressed at government and corporate sectors, as well as being the choice of a growing audience made up of young professionals and students, the future leaders of a united modern Malaysia.

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thank you.




SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

NICOL DAVID
also reigned as the World No 1 for the last 27 months, Nicol added another accolade to her growing list of honours when she was named the Wispa Player of the Year at the 2008 World Squash Awards in Manchester on Saturday.

National junior Low Wee Wern and national No 3 Delia Arnold were also in the running for Wispa's Young Player and Most Improved Player awards but lost out to Hong Kong's Annie Au and Laura Lengthorn-Massaro respectively.

For the 25-year-old Nicol though, it was the third straight year she was honoured as the best women's squash player, cementing her ever increasing dominance of the sport.

Nicol vanquished crowd favourite Vicky Botwright in Sunday's final 5-11, 11-1, 11-6, 11-9 to regain the world title she won in 2005 and 2006 to join New Zealand's Susan Devoy and Australians Michelle Martin and Sarah Fitz-Gerald as the only women to have won the World Open at least three times.

With the British Open -- one of the two prestigious titles in squash apart from the World Open -- also in the bag for a third time, there is nothing much else for Nicol to chase bar setting new records.


OKEY.

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SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

WEDDING OF THE YEAR:


The entertainment fraternity is abuzz with the wedding of singer/actor Mawi and his girlfriend, TV personality Ekin. The rights to Mawi’s wedding, still kept under wraps, has been obtained by Astro for broadcast. The wedding is expected on Dec 19 and 20, at the couple’s respective hometowns in Johor Baru and Kulai. Mawi announced his engagement to Ekin in a media reception today.

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SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

Universities in Malaysia have been urged to create a new co-curriculum to explain issues regarding the social contract which has often drawn the attention of various parties off late.

Umno vice president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said explaining the issues to the younger generation especially university students was important so as to avoid confusion.

“The important thing is not to question the social contract but to give an explanation so that they understand what the social contract is all about especially among the younger generation, because not all understand the social contract.

“Therefore, giving the explanation with proper methods and linking it with the country’s history is important,” he told reporters after delivering a lecture on Malay-Muslim Politics - Crisis and Solution at Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) here today.

The lecture, organised by the Centre of Islamic Development Management Studies and Nurul Yaqeen Foundation, was attended USM students and lecturers.

Besides, he said, university lecturers should play a crucial role in giving the explanation.

“An effective explanation is important because when the students leave and mix around with the community, it will be easy for them to understand the concept of democracy and the constitution that we have,” said Muhyiddin who is International Trade and Industry Minister.

He said the social contract issues had been solved long ago and all parties should accept it. — BERNAMA



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PB08041

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum....
Hi,This time,i would like to share about the sunburn.This is becouse it is very close to our daily life.i got this article from the internet.The article said that,sunburn results from too much sun or sun-equivalent exposure.Almost everyone has been sunburned or will become sunburned at some time.anyone who visits beach,goes fishing,work in the yard,or simply is out in the sun can get sunburn.Improper tanning bed use is also a source of snburn.although seldom fatal (sun poisoning),sunburn can be disabling and cause quite a bit of discomfort.sunburn is literally a burn on your skin.it is a burn from ultraviolet (uv) radiation.

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(PB 08011)

Anonymous said...

KUALA LUMPUR: A Perak MCA Youth delegate who had called for Umno Youth deputy chief Khairy Jamaluddin to be detained under the Internal Security Act for making racist statements is sticking to his guns.

Ting Tai Fook said he was only voicing what people had been saying about Khairy.

"Am I afraid he will take action against me, seeing how well-connected he is?

"I think he doesn't have a case against me, since what I said is nothing new," he said.

Ting also believed MCA Youth would back him up.

At the MCA Youth assembly on Friday, Ting called Khairy a "political loser" who should be booked under the ISA.

He also wanted former Umno Bukit Bendera division chief Datuk Ahmad Ismail to be held under the same act for describing Malaysian Chinese as pendatang (squatters).

He expressed disappointment with the detentions of Sin Chew Daily reporter Tan Hoon Cheng and Seputeh MP Teresa Kok, whom he claimed had done nothing offensive.

"However, people like Khairy and Ahmad can talk all they want and no action was taken against them.

"If we want to use the ISA, let's use it against these people first. Lock them up for two years, let them think through everything they say so they can realise how nonsensical and narrow-minded they are."



Ting said he was opposed to the ISA, which "should be thoroughly reviewed and measures put into place to avoid any abuse".

He said it was incomprehensible for Khairy to question the ratio of government scholarships for Bumiputeras and non-Bumiputeras.

"Already our gifted students are being turned away from many public universities. So, how could he question the scholarship quota?"

Ting said he believed Khairy would lose the race for the Umno Youth chief post at the party's elections in March.

"I believe this irresponsible leader will su dao tuo ku (be badly defeated) at the Umno elections.

"That will be the ultimate embarrassment for him, to see that he is rejected even by his own people.

"After that, may we never hear from such a political loser again."



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PB08041

Anonymous said...

salam..
its me again..

this time i want to write about friendship.Friendship is a relationship which involves mutual knowledge, esteem, and affection and respect to each other.Friends will welcome each other's company and give loyalty towards each other when have the problems.Usually,their tastes and interets will usually be similar and will share enjoyable activities together.They will also engage in helping behavior such as exchange of advice and the sharing of hardships.

there are the values that found in friendship often the result of a friend demonstrating the following on a consistent basis:
• the tendency to desire what is best for the other,
• sympathy and empathy,
• honesty, perhaps in situations where it may be difficult for others to speak the truth, especially in terms of pointing out the perceived faults of one's counterpart
• mutual understanding.

so,you are really a true friend?ask by yourself..be honestly ok..
for whom true friends well done to you..

so,more detail about friendship please log in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/friendship

nurul ain bt abdullah
pb08003

Anonymous said...

Most traffic offenders issued with summonses pay the fine, in accordance with the law.

One man who was issued a summons for not displaying registration number plates and side mirrors on his motorcycle, took the law — or rather the lawman — into his own hands.

The errant motorcyclist and his friends assaulted traffic policeman Mohd Rizal Yahya when the latter was dining with his fiancee at a food stall in Batas Lintang, Simpang Empat here last night.

In the incident about 10.30pm, Mohd Rizal, of the Simpang Empat police station, sustained injuries on the face and left hand.

Two plastic chairs used by the assailants on the policeman were found broken.

Speaking to reporters at his home today, Mohd Rizal said he believed the incident was caused by the man’s dissatisfaction over the traffic summons issued to him on Oct 8.

He said prior to the incident, five men at a nearby table had called him over. One of them showed him the summons ticket and asked him to retract it.

“I told the man that once issued, the summons cannot be retracted,” added Mohd Rizal.

Upon hearing this, the policeman said, the men pounced on him, raining punches and hitting him with the plastic chairs before onlookers intervened, putting the assailants to flight.

Mohd Rizal said he lodged a report at the Simpang Empat police station before seeking outpatient treatment at a nearby clinic.

Meantime, Kangar police chief Supt Yusof Mohd Diah said that a man was detained in connection with Mohd Rizal’s assault. — BERNAMA



that all from me.
thank you.



SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum..
For the article,the title is broken home.the article said,families are the bedrock of society.when families fall apart,society falls into social and culture decline.Brpken homes are not only the reason for so many social problems.They are also the reason for the incumbent economic difficultieswe face as a culture.One of the most significant factors contributing to the breakdown of the family has been the steady rise of unwed births.Most of us today,living in city areas,the demand for material is high,therefore,we all need to be working hard,and especially those are not from rich family.so,to overcome this problem,we should spend more time with our family and sharing and solve all problem together...family first.

from:LAILA BINTI MAT AKHIR
(PB08011)

Anonymous said...

~salam~
hye...

i have got the another story.it is about the famous actor and the one i admired is Jackie Chan.the true name is Chan Kong Sang,born on 7 April 1954) is an actor, action choreographer, film director, producer, martial artist, comedian, screenwriter, entrepreneur, singer and stunt performer from Hong Kong.

Chan is one of the best-known names worldwide in the areas of kung fu and action films. In his films, he is known for his acrobatic fighting style, comic timing, use of improvised weapons and innovative stunts. Jackie Chan has been acting since the 1970s and has appeared in over 100 films. Chan has received stars on the Hong Kong Avenue of Stars and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. As a cultural icon, Chan has been referenced in various pop songs, cartoons and video games. Besides acting, Chan is a Cantopop and Mandopop star, having released a number of albums and sung many of the theme songs for the films in which he has starred. In 2008, Chan sang at the 2008 Summer Olympics closing ceremony.

what so special about him?he began his career from beginning.In 1976, Jackie Chan received a telegram from Willie Chan, a film producer in the Hong Kong film industry who had been impressed with Jackie's stuntwork. Willie Chan offered him an acting role in a film directed by Lo Wei. Lo had seen Chan's performance in the John Woo film Hand of Death (1976) and planned to model him after Bruce Lee with the film New Fist of Fury.His stage name was changed to Cheng Long (literally "become the dragon") to emphasise his similarity to Bruce Lee, whose stage name was Lei Siu Lung meaning "Little Dragon". The film was unsuccessful because Chan was not accustomed to Lee's martial arts style. Despite the film's failure, Lo Wei continued producing films with similar themes, resulting in little improvement at the box office.

Chan's first major breakthrough was the 1978 film Snake in the Eagle's Shadow, shot while he was loaned to Seasonal Film Corporation under a two-picture deal. Under director Yuen Woo Ping, Chan was allowed complete freedom over his stunt work. The film established the comedic kung fu genre, and proved to be a breath of fresh air for the Hong Kong audience.Chan then starred in Drunken Master, which finally propelled him to mainstream success.

Upon Chan's return to Lo Wei's studio, Lo tried to replicate the comedic approach of Drunken Master, producing Half a Loaf of Kung Fu and Spiritual Kung Fu.He also gave Chan the opportunity to co-direct Fearless Hyena with Kenneth Tsang. When Willie Chan left the company, he advised Jackie to decide for himself whether or not to stay with Lo Wei. During the shooting of Fearless Hyena Part II, Chan broke his contract and joined Golden Harvest, prompting Lo to blackmail Chan with triads, blaming Willie for his star's departure. The dispute was resolved with the help of fellow actor and director Jimmy Wang Yu, allowing Chan to stay with Golden Harvest.

so,that is Jackie Chan.

nurul ain bt abdullah
pb08003

Anonymous said...

maimunah
pb08063

salam

Wau-making is an ancient art inherited from the Melaka court who popularised the kite-flying sport. The art/skill is usually passed down from father to son. Kite-making requires tremendous skill and patience. First, they use split bamboo to make the frame of the kite. Then they cover the frame with tinted, shiny glazed paper. Intricate floral cutouts and designs are delicately pasted on this paper until the wau is ready for its final decoration of bright paper tassels. A bow-shaped device is attched to the neck of the kite - this will provide a pleasant, high-pitched humming sound when the kite is flown on the sky.
Wau-making has become a declining art in the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Occasionally, you may see small wau-making activities along the road of villages, but they are not as prevalent as they were two decades ago. Traditionally, after the harvesting of padi, the people will rejoice and take part in kite-flying sport, when farmers have spare time to decorate and fly these waus. Today, this event also happens in conjunction with the royal birthday celebrations. Kite flying competitions are often held in Terengganu and Kelantan state. The person who posses wau that is superior in design and flying height will be the winner.

Anonymous said...

Creative Media Award
Petaling Jaya : Good news to those who are participate in Creative Media Award competition for this year because the new date for submission is Oct 31.
The postponement may also allow even more students to participate in the competition that offers attractive prizes, comprising scholarships and computer peripherals worth more than RM300,000.

Supported by the Multimedia Development Corporation — custodian of the MSC Malaysia initiative — the Creative Media Award is aimed at encouraging talented Malaysians to showcase their creative talents and win the opportunity to turn those into successful careers in art or animation.

maimunah
pb08063

Anonymous said...

salam

electric car

Opel’s Flextreme concept car, which makes its premiere at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt (September 13 – 23, 2007), boasts the body of a dynamic monocab, as well as the completely new environmentally friendly E-Flex electric propulsion concept and a host of innovative details. In contrast to conventional vehicles and hybrids, GM’s E-Flex system uses an electric motor, powered by a lithium-ion battery, to propel the Opel Flextreme concept for up to 55 km of electric-drive-only range. A 1.3 turbo-diesel onboard engine generates additional electricity to replenish the battery and extend the vehicle’s driving range fully charged, the Flextreme’s 55-km all-electric driving range is enough for most daily commuters in Europe to travel without using any diesel fuel or emitting any CO2.

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pb08063

Anonymous said...

maimunah
pb08063

FashiOn
Style expert Alison Deyette was kind enough to provide the following tips.

Wear clothes that fit. Stop wearing baggy jeans and pants that hang halfway down your backside or pants lengths that drag along the ground. Find clothing that fits your body shape and doesn't appear boxy, oversized or too tight--all of which are unflattering. High school is hard enough, why not try to look good?
With low rise here to stay, look for t-shirts that cut longer in length. Nobody needs to see your belly in math class, especially if it's not flat. And with Britney Spears so OVER, it's time we stop dressing like her.
On a teenager's budget you have to search for the best bargains and capture the trends without spending all your cash. This Fall, look for hoodies, fitted corduroy jackets, jeans in every style from dark denim washes to ones with worn holes, vintage, washed t-shirts with logos to layer over long sleeves tees and the bohemian look is still strong for girls.

Anonymous said...

salam

the secret life of an anaconda
Anacondas in the wild spend most of their time hanging out in rivers hunting for their food. They are solitary creatures that are somewhat shy and not many of them are easily seen. They are very well camouflaged in the swamps and bogs in which they thrive. There are some historical reports of early European explorers of the South American jungles seeing giant anacondas up to 100 feet long and some of the native peoples of the South American jungle have reported seeing anacondas up to 50 feet long. No one has caught and measured an anaconda anywhere near that size. It is important to note that when a dead anaconda's hide or skin is laid out it can be stretched very easily, expanding to much longer lengths than the snake exhibited when alive. Reports of outsize anacondas that cannot be verified are usually due to distortions in perception, or a snake skin being disproportionately stretched and inaccurately measured. People are generally really bad at estimating length, especially for larger snakes. In fact, the larger the snake, the larger the margin of error.

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pb08063

Anonymous said...

maimunah
pb08063

salam

Acehnese Tsunami Refugees In Malaysia to Return Home
JAKARTA, Sept 6 (Bernama) -- The deportation of 24,000 Acehnese tsunami refugees in Malaysia to Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (NAD) province will be conducted in stages, Indonesian news agency, ANTARA, quoted the Indonesian foreign ministry spokesman as saying."The Indonesian government hope their deportation could be carried out in stages until the end of this year," Teuku Faizasyah, the spokesman said here on Friday.
Previously the number of Tsunami victim card holders reached 30,000, and some of them had already gone home, he said, adding that there are still 24,000 of them in Malaysia.Earlier, NAD Governor Irwandi Yusuf had asked the Malaysian authorities at a meeting to extend the staying permits until 2010.The Aceh provincial administration is not ready to receive and accommodate all them in a too-short period, he said.
The Aceh provincial administration would continue contacting the relevant Malaysian authorities to explain that Aceh's economy had not yet fully recovered from the impact of the 2004 tsunami and that the refugees would therefore be facing hardships if they come home too soon, The Aceh deputy governor was quoted as saying.He said that the Indonesian embassy in Kuala Lumpur had prepared the passports for those going home.
In addition, job providing firms in Malaysia could also make a recommendation to the Malaysian government to provide the Acehnese refugees a staying permit in Malaysia.Thousands of people perished and went missing in the devastating tsunami which hit most of the western Indonesian province on December 26

Anonymous said...

maimunah
pb08063

salam...

migraine headache
Migraine pain has been called indescribable, yet 35 million Americans know it all too well. Migraine is the French derivation of the Greek word hemikrania, meaning “half a head,” referring to the typical pattern of migraine distress which is the pain only on one side of the head, most often at the temple. The affected side can vary from one attack to the next or during a single episode.
The pain ranges from moderate to severe. Unlike tension headache, migraine headache can keep you from sleeping or rouse you from sound slumber. Most people describe the pain as pulsating or throbbing. It can also be sharp, almost as if a dagger is piercing your temple or eye.
Nausea and vomiting are common during a migraine headache. Likewise, tense head, neck, and shoulder muscles can accompany a migraine headache. In most cases, this is thought to be an involuntary response to the pain, rather than its cause (although tight muscles can trigger a migraine headache). Bright lights and loud noises worsen the pain and may push someone with a migraine headache to seek out quiet, dimly lit places. Similarly, smell may aggravate nausea and cause vomiting.

Anonymous said...

salam...

foods you should be eating
1. Protein. In May early results were reported for the multipart study called "Diogenes" (a name created by combining the words diet, obesity and genes), which is being funded by the European Community. Researchers split 205 people who'd lost weight on a fixed diet over two months into five groups, each eating a different kind of diet, to see which group did the best at keeping the weight off. The results: participants who ate more protein were least likely to regain the lost pounds. (A diet focused on low-glycemic foods, such as diabetics follow, didn't work as well.)


2. Nuts. Although they are high in calories, research suggests that nuts help keep people thin. In one study with more than 8,000 participants, at the University of Navarra in Spain, people who rarely or never ate nuts gained slightly more over two years than those who munched on them at least twice a week (the results were adjusted for risk factors for obesity). Another study, at Loma Linda University in California, found that overweight women lost weight over six months when they were given almonds to eat and otherwise ate as they chose. Nuts contain mostly unsaturated fat, especially monounsaturated fats, which raise "good" cholesterol. They tend to be filling and may push the body to burn more fat, says Dr. Leo Galland, author of "The Fat Resistance Diet" (Broadway, 2005).


3. Fruits and Vegetables. Women who consume five or more fruit and vegetable servings daily are more likely to maintain weight loss than those who eat fewer servings, according to the Centers of Disease Control. (How much is a serving? It's about a half cup of cut-up fruit, berries, or nonleafy vegetables, one full cup of leafy veggies or one medium-size whole fruit.)


4. Berries. As you enjoy your daily servings of fruit, don't forget berries. Research at Doshisha University in Japan suggests that anthocyanins, the flavonoids that give berries (and other plant foods) a red, blue or purple color, alter the activity of genes found in human fat cells. In a separate study in which mice were fed anthocyanins, researchers found they didn't gain weight, even when they were given an otherwise high-fat diet that would typically plump them up.


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pb08063

Anonymous said...

maimunah
pb08063

salam..

BLOOD

Humans can't live without blood. Without blood, the body's organs couldn't get the oxygen and nutrients they need to survive, we couldn't keep warm or cool off, fight infections, or get rid of our own waste products. Without enough blood, we'd weaken and die.
Here are the basics about the mysterious, life-sustaining fluid called blood.
There are two types of blood vessels carry blood throughout our bodies:
The arteries carry oxygenated blood (blood that has received oxygen from the lungs) from the heart to the rest of the body. The blood then travels through the veins back to the heart and lungs, where it receives more oxygen.
As the heart beats, you can feel blood traveling through the body at pulse points like the neck and the wrist, where large, blood-filled arteries run close to the surface of the skin.

The blood that flows through this network of veins and arteries is called whole blood, and it contains three types of blood cells:
1. red blood cells (RBCs)
2. white blood cells (WBCs)
3. platelets

Anonymous said...

salam

pollution??
Environmental pollution is contamination of air, water and land from man-made waste. Pollution leads to depletion of the ozone layer, global warming and climate change. Air pollution is the release of chemicals and particles into the atmosphere. Water pollution includes surface runoff, leakage into groundwater, liquid spills, wastewater discharge and littering. If toxins are spilled on the ground or if an underground storage tank leaks, soil can become contaminated. Well known contaminants include herbicides and pesticides. Toxic waste is waste material, often in chemical form, which pollutes the natural environment and contaminates groundwater.

maimunah
pb08063

Anonymous said...

salam...

Methods of forensic detection
A book such as this is long overdue in the field of forensic investigation. Most offerings are either highly technical or rather superficial that an odd situation today when millions of television viewers slaver over the details of crimes and trial. It offers an introduction to the technical work of firearms experts, document examiners, fingerprint technicians and medical examiners.

maimunah
pb08063

Anonymous said...

maimunah
pb08063

salam..

Apple Pie
There are few aspects of life that carry more emotional weight and symbolism than food, and in knowing about our food icons. After all, "What is patriotism, but nostalgia for the foods of our youth?" as a Chinese philosopher once asked.

Anonymous said...

maimunah
pb08063

hello...

Gossip Girl
It revolves around a group of teenagers, three of whom live on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City. They gossip, but they also deal with relationship problems. The characters show how they deal with all the problems that come with being part of, or associating with, the Upper East Side. Serena comes back from a boarding school after leaving without notice. She comes back for a reason that no one knows. She gets back with her best friend, Blair, and resumes her "normal" life of high end designer clothing.

Anonymous said...

maimunah
pb08063

hi....

Translation of beauty
It was a tale of the Korean immigrant experience in America with a dissection of a family's unrealized expectations, and the physical and psychological scarring from a family tragedy.Yunah as narrator is most effective telling an immigrant child's experiences in acculturation, but she is far less helpful exploring her mother's feelings and also her frustrations especially on her father's affair with another woman.

Anonymous said...

maimunah
pb08063

hi...

HAUNTED
The next day,the participants, Whittier, and his assistant Ms. Clark are all driven to an abandoned theatre. There, Whittier locks all of them inside the theatre, telling them they have three months to each write one story before he will allow them to leave. In the meantime, they will have enough food and water to survive, as well as heat, electricity, bedrooms, bathrooms, and a clothes washing and drying machine provided.
They live under harmless conditions at first. They decide to make a better story of their own suffering inside the theatre, and thereby become rich after the public discovers their fate. They then begin to individually sabotage the food and utilities provided to them, each one trying to only destroy one food or utility to slightly increase the drama of their stay.

Anonymous said...

hi...

way to make better decisions
You have to limit your options first because more choice makes more demands on your information-processing skills, and that makes situation becomes complicated.This happened because you are confusing to take which one is the best for you besides it also wastes your time.By the way,greater choice increases the chances of making a mistake,so you may feel less satisfied because of a fear that you've missed a better opportunity..Think first before act..

p/s:Even in situations when a choice seems far too important to simply satisfice,try to limit the number of options you consider.

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pb08063

Anonymous said...

the first time we enter the class we doing some activities like talk...talk. we used the dice to paly and in the our turn we had to do what its told us to...it so fun and also make us good in our speaking...
defroy kudong ( pb08023)

Anonymous said...

the group activities is very good to us to evaluate our grammar, speaking and also the confidence levels..what i know that our friends are the better way to learn English..then better for us to continue..
defroy kudong (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

the public speaking are cannot imagined when we standing in front the audience..we we will feel nervous and a bit sweat..but we can learn how to be good presentation..we could find any speeches in internats and so on..built our confidence with training..do now..
defroy (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

when we focus on the audience..don't on his or her eyes because we will felt nervous..but trying to not focused in one area..but be free when given a speech..
defroy kudong (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

who the people i like the most is Albert Einstein..he was good in studies..he had invented the historical momentum of human race..but his invention made a great disaster..he was regretted by his dicovering had killed many lives and left the world to suffer..but we as human being need to think the good ones and not to make the bad things with whatever we had..

defroy kudong (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

when we give a speech to the audience we need to had a good preparation..what the important thing is we communicate with the audience and give an attention getter example asking questions..then after finished with the contains we concluded with impacted conclusion the audience..
defroy kudong(PB08023)

Anonymous said...

KUANTAN: The new features on the NST’s English e-learning site for students were an instant hit with the 70 participants of the NiEXUS workshop here.

The Form Four students from SMK Saint Thomas, who attended the half-day workshop gave top billing to the website and said it was comparable to Facebook and YouTube.




SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

I would like to share my experience in MPC.Malam Pesta Cahaya was done my indian community in UMP.It was amazing with so many variety of shows.The function began at 8.30 pm.

That week was so busy with practices and reasel. Malay students and chinese students was there to see the function.They support the participents very well.

They were provided with food and drink.Every students were enjoying it very well and was taking photos of that even.


I realy enjoy MPC VERY WELL




THAT ALL FROM ME.

THANK YOU



SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

what the i got reading are from my book" OUR DAILY BREAD"..i'm read it every day and got a new story everyday..first day i read about the employees that planning to leave their companies and majority felt they were underpaid and this was research conducted by a leading compensation technology firm..as employers should give what supposed to give to their employees..
defroy kudong (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

A total of 1,272 exotic animal species, including 1,244 clouded monitors, were stored in a cabin located in a jungle here at Bukit Astana, Indera Mahkota KUANTAN.

Also seized in the 8.30pm incident were 17 water monitors and 11 pythons, said East Coast Marine Police Intelligence Unit chief Deputy Superintendent Mohd Hassan Hashim.

He said 12 personnel, led by Assistant Commissioner Mohd Saleh Mat Jani, found the animals packed in 72 plastic containers and 40 wooden crates.

Mohd Hassan said when met at the Kuantan Marine Police Base, here, yesterday, that authorities believed the cabin had been used as a store for the exotic animals before they were smuggled.

"The cabin was located 4km from the main road to prevent their activities being detected."

Mohd Hassan said the animals were protected under the Wildlife Animal Protection Act 1972.

The animals were handed over to the state Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan).



THIS IS A MESSAGE FROM ME DONT DESTROY OUR NATURE.WE SHOULD PROTECT OUR NATURE NOT DESTROY IT.




THAT ALL FROM ME.
From SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

my next reading was the "LIFE LAB"..the hurricane Andrew struck the US mainland in August 1992..but the scientists turned Florida into a huge laboratory to cope with the destruction..now people are doing so many things to prevent the loss of lives..how it worked..maybe it helping them a bit..our country also can start our own project to prevent the unexpected disaster..
defroy kudong (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

BNI, the world's largest business referral organisation is opening its pilot chapter in Seremban NEGERI SEMBILAN. "BNI is a great way for businesses to experience growth by duplicating their marketing effort through Word-of-Mouth," says Susan Choo, the BNI Executive Director for Seremban. The organisation generated over 5.5Million referrals for members businesses in 2007 alone which resulted in over RM7.2Billion worth of business being done. "This is the type of referral generation we hope to bring to the area!" says Susan. BNI was founded in 1985 by Ivan R. Misner, Ph.D., author of The World's Best Known Marketing Secret and The 29% Solution. "Our style of networking is based on the philosophy "givers gain"; if I help you, then you'll help me, and we'll all do better business as a result" says Misner. BNI is kicking off the Amazing Chapter on 23rd October, Thursday at 7:00am at the Royal Sungei Ujong Club, Seremban. Anyone interested in attending the meeting please call Susan Choo for advance reservations at 012.712.8124.



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Anonymous said...

to make sure the survival,in the life trees having more roots than shoots..referred to the book Oak: the frame of civilation,author william Bryant Logan said..."if a tree puts on a lot of top growth and few roots, it is liable to be weak-wooded and short-lived"..
however, it is liable to be long-lived and more resistant to stress and strain if the tree puts down a great deal of root and adds shoots more slowly...
defroy kudong (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

~salam~
hye its me again...

this time i want to share a horrible news happened among our people.it is reported by Metro paper last Friday on 17 October 2008.it is about the female teacher is attacked by her students.Not the boys attacked her but the girls do it.it is happen when a female student send the homework late and she wrote something bad about her.if i not mistake she wrote "gila" or something sounds like that.so,the teacher ask her whether that tittle is given to her or not.that girls just nodded and it caused her angry.the teacher scold her in front of the class and this make her ashamed and immediately call her friends about 5 students to help her.they wanted to beat her as the reward.

Immediately,the teacher ran away to safe her life and got the other teacher to help her.so sad when the first time i imagine this incident.the student now do not how to appreciate their teacher.huhu..

i will continue the story.the teacher make the report at the police station to ensure her safety.
i hope all of you think about this news and do not ever do the same thing to our beloved madam noor raha.

that's all from me
see you next time

nurul ain bt abdullah
pb08003
see you

Anonymous said...

Artist Tom Greaves has designed a bright red-and -white-striped box for an art exhibition in washington, DC and Called "The Compliment machine".as people walk by, this mechine dishes out compliments from the internal ipod. it will say things like"your eyes are beutiful,"you smell good...what Greaves respone about his invention is which everyone is special and noboby is critiized,regardless of performance...
defroy kudong (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

Casey Fenton co-founded a nonprofit services that help traveller find a "friendlier alternative" to unfriendly hotels..they find home-owners who willing to offer their spare beds and couches to others...from their service..we can make more network said Fenton and make the better chance of this world being a better place..well we also can doing same with Fenton..
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Anonymous said...

James Murray was hired as the editor of the The Oxford English Dictionary,he had little advanced education, but he was a gifted linguist..and during his lifetime he was knighted and awarded an honorary doctorate from Oxford..
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Anonymous said...

from the ancient times, man has tried to distinguish himself through monuments of all kinds..it id still the dream of many today..for 41 years, new york's Empire State Building enjoyed the distinction at 1,2500 feet...since then,others have passed it,including the 1,483 foot petronas twin tower in kuala lumpur, and the 1,670 foot taipei 101 building...then the 2,657 foot burj in dubai to be completed in late 2008...we should proud because our contry also got the tallest building..once upon a time..
defroy kudong(PB08023)

Anonymous said...

likewise, athletes and musicians never become great without regular practice...all of us maybe know who Leonardo Da Vinci..he was spent10 years drawing ears,elbows,hands and other parts of the body in many different aspects...to be the best actually the keep is never stop to try and regularly doing it..till we got it..
defroy kudong (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum....
this article is about the novel.The lord of the ring is an epic high fantasy novel.The story began as sequel to Tolkien's earlier,loss complex children's fantasy novel The Hobbit (1937)but eventually developed into a much larger work.The title of the book refers to the story's main antagment the dark lord sauron,who had in an earlier age created the one ring that rules the other rings of power as the ultimate weapon in his campaign to conquer and rule all of middle-earth.Along with Tolkien's other works,the the lord of the rings has been subjected to extensive analysis of it's themes and origins.The lord of the rings in it's turn is considered to have had a great effect on modern fantasy the impact of Tolkien's works is such that use of the words "Tolkienian" and "Tolkienesque" has been recorded in the oxford English Dictionary

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(PB08011)

Anonymous said...

for centuries, the hieroglyphic word picture painted on egyptian ruin were a mystery...in 1799 a French archaeological expedition at teh egyptian harbor of rosetta discovered an ancient stone.it weighed 1,676 pounds and reflected beautiful dark gray,blue, and pink hues...this stone is identical to classical Greek to translate..soon this were no longer a mystery..their hard working acually help us to know about he mystery...
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Anonymous said...

question: when is a bird bigger than a mountain? the answer is when the bird is closer than the mountain...in reality, the bird is not bigger than the mountain,but it sure looks that way when the feathery fellow is perched on our window ledge and the mountain is far away in the distance...this also called optical illusion..in science.
defroy kudong(PB08023)

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum...
I was read the article love.Love is any of number of emotions and experiences related to a sense of strong affection.The word love can refer to a variaty of different feeling,states,and attitudes,ranging from generic pleasure(i loved that meal) to intense interpersonal attraction (i love my girlfriend).This diversity of meanings,combined with the complexity of the feelings involved,makes love unusually difficultto consistently define,even comparedto other emotional states.

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Anonymous said...

melbourne,Australia is home to the shrine of remembrance, a war memorial honoring those who died for the country. bulid following World War I. it has since been expanded to honor those who served in subsequent conflicts...it's beautiful place..and with reminder of courage and devotion...
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Anonymous said...

in 2005, Japan's unmanned Hayabusa spacecraft visited an "impossible" asteroid..images and data indicate that the asteroid,named Itokawa, is twice as porous as loose sand.this has astonisheds scientists,who belive that asteroids make repeated impacts with other space rocks and hence should be very dense..as they make additional discoveries,scientist may learn why Itokawa is different....this asteroid was challenges scientific understanding...
defroy kudong (PB08023)

Anonymous said...

asaalamualaikum.....
Today,i read about honesty.Honesty is the human quality of communicating and activing truthfully related to truth as a value.This includes listening and any action in the human repertoire-as well as speaking.Superficially,honesty means simply stating facts and views as best one truly believes them to be.It includes both honesty to other and oneself and about one's own motives and inner reality.Honesty at times,has the ability to cause misfortune to the person who displays it.Honesty can also mean fairness,and truthfulness,and the avoidance of misleading people.

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Anonymous said...

i'm a "cacth and release" fisherman, which means I don't kill the trout I catch, but net and handle them gently and set them free...this was a word from a conservation officers said keeps trout and other target species from disappearing in heavily fished waters...we also can practise it..love our nature..

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum...
i was read the article is about the fantasy series,for the character himself see Harry potter (character) Harry potter is a series of seven fantasy novels written by British author J.K.Rowling.The books chronicle the adventures of eponymous adolescent wizard Harry Potter together with Ron weaslet and Hermione Granger,his friend from the Hogwarks school of witchcraff and wizardry.The central story arc concerns Harry's struggle against the evil wizarding world and subjugate non-magical (muggle) people to hos rule.several successful deravative films,video games and other themed merchandise have been based upon the series.

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Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060

assalamualaikum...
hello everybody, today i want to share what i read. k, this morning i read sms,i get from home.in that sms i get happy news that i get new nepnew. now so excited to back hometown to see my new nepnew... k, i hope u enjoy with my read this morning.

Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum...
KAMI THE MOVIE

I already watched KAMI the movie last weekend. Finally, I watched its movie after wait it for long time. I really enjoy watched it. It’s really fun. I like all the character in this movie especially Abu. He makes this movie more fun. This movie continued its series which show on 8tv. In this movie, the story becomes more conflict where they must face various kind of problem. Boy came again to she and she become runner to finish up her debt with him. Boy is a drug trafficker. Abu was run from his hostel; Ali still has his family problem. His parents were divorced. While Sofie will continue her study to oversee and Adii still chatting to find her partner in internet maybe. This story have sad ending because Abu died. He was stabbed by Boy. When try to save Ali, his best friend. Abu died while on the way to the hospital. Ali and Lynn feel guilty about that. I like KAMI very much. For this movie, I give five stars. Hope all people will watch it..hehe…

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Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum.....

ART LESSEONS

This article tells us how to get art lessons and its advantages. There are several of ways to get an art lesson. An art lesson can be taken privately, as a group, and even via the internet. For privately, there are individual artist who offer private lessons so they will come to you to teach you about art. Usually, this lesson will be at your home. While these maybe more expensive but you sure gain much knowledge from them. Besides that, you can sign up for an art lesson at local arts and craft store, museum and at any community centers. You also can take the lesson at any larger library and the fee is minimal because they are normally funded by a regional art endowment.
The advantages by taking this class is you can improve your knowledge and skill in art. An art have many type such as drawing, painting, ceramics, stained glass, origami and so much more. This activity also can reduce your stress. You also can enjoyed it with your family by bring them together and spend a few hours learning, creating and having fun. An art lesson usually lasts from one to three hours, and can be incorporated easily into even the busiest of schedules. This lesson is not only enjoyable for adults, but children also like them. It allows them to express themselves, allows the brain from regiments of the often-dreaded reading, and lets the children create something tangible that they can be proud of. For my opinion, we should try an art lesson because it has many advantages to us. Let’s join an art lesson…
Article: Art Lessons

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Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060
hai, today i was read about entertimement. at this time, in tv or astro channel very most program like entertimement we can see.
for me, program like this is not good besause it can make children or tenager be lazy to study...in this program, we can see many bad thing.it can make we be dark heart coz we see sexsy women and etc.so, as a conclusion, we must smart to choice program tv to watch.

Anonymous said...

zilawati binti yusof
PB08060
hai,hope everyone in peace.
now i want to comment about article i read. i read article about malysian's artis..for me, malaysia entertimement industries very low level besause not many malaysian artis has nature tellent.almost of them just know copy fesyen from west to be glamours.it so sad besause can make our tenegers be to try it.it is one of factor the easth tenagers will distroy in future.

Anonymous said...

Trainee pilots 'tried to cover up crash'
PUTRAJAYA: Three trainee commercial pilots are under investigation for negligence which allegedly caused the death of their colleague whose light aircraft crashed in the jungles of Terengganu in August.
thats all,thank you.

SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

DO you cough? Do you bring up phlegm? Do you get breathless? Do you wheeze?

If the answer is yes to any of the questions above, then you may be suffering from undiagnosed respiratory disease.

More than 80 million people in China will die in the next 25 years from respiratory disease.

Smoking is prevalent. You only have to look around you.
Tobacco smoke damages your lungs through direct inhalation (active smoking) and indirect exposure (passive smoking).

There is also concern about the under-diagnosis of respiratory disease and lack of public awareness of symptoms and treatment.

This article will focus on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) which is one of the major causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide.

What is COPD?

COPD primarily encompasses two related respiratory conditions known as chronic bronchitis and emphysema. Persistent airway inflammation features in chronic bronchitis and this leads to coughing, phlegm production, breathlessness and wheezing.

Lung tissue destruction occurs in emphysema causing the organ to lose its natural elasticity. As a result, air becomes trapped in the lungs when the airways collapse during exhalation. This leads to hyper-inflation of the lungs.

Oxygen delivery from the lungs into the bloodstream is also diminished. This is because the tiny air sacs in the lungs become enlarged and are no longer able to function properly.

Symptoms

They tend to set around your middle 30s. Symptoms are gradual over time. You may not notice anything amiss until a problem may be at hand.

You may notice that you get a little breathless when climbing stairs or have difficulty keeping up with your contemporaries. You cough quite often or bring up thick phlegm, especially when you wake up in the mornings.

You may even hear yourself wheeze on occasions. You may find that you are unable to gain weight. Perhaps, you are losing weight without dieting or exercising. Pay attention to these symptoms as they may be pointing towards an underlying respiratory disease such as COPD.

that all from me


SASI DEVI
PB08041

gibtz said...

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....

tq..

Gibtson Masiun
PB08025

Anonymous said...

GEORGE TOWN: Stormy weather wreaked havoc in various parts of Penang, causing a landslide in Paya Terubong and rough seas along Pantai Bersih in Butterworth.

At Tingkat Paya Terubong 2, tonnes of earth came crashing down a hill onto the grounds of the Taman Terubong Jaya apartments where over 1,000 residents were staying.

The landslide, which occurred during heavy rain at about 2.45am yesterday, caused the retaining wall to collapse and turned the apartment car park into a muddy waterway.

At least two cars were buried under the earth while gushing water from the hill shifted at least four other cars from their parked position.

THAT ALL FOR NOW.

SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

MALACCA police will upgrade and enlarge its Tourist Police Unit to provide better security for visitors now that the city has been inscribed as a Unesco World Heritage Site.

State chief police officer SAC (I) Datuk Mazlan Mansor said that measures were underway to beef up personnel and streamline the unit’s operations.

“The unit comprising 34 personnel is currently headed by an inspector. However, when approved, the unit’s staff will be increased to 54 and it will be headed by a deputy superintendent, two assistant superintendents and four inspectors,” said Datuk Mazlan in an interview here recently.

thank you.

SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

People have always associated balloons with children, parties and all things merry.

But in reality, they actually pose a great threat to wildlife and the environment.

There are two major types of balloons -- foil and latex. Foil or "mylar" balloons do not biodegrade and will litter the environment for years to come. The latex balloons are made out of natural rubber and are biodegradable.

Normally, latex balloons are released instead of foil balloons. Though they are biodegradable, latex balloons still pose a threat to the environment in many ways:

- Released balloons can be carried by the wind hundreds of kilometres away, ending up in land and sea, in their intact or shredded forms. An experiment by Andrady (2000) showed that balloons in salt water deteriorate more slowly than those on land. It takes up to 12 months or more for the balloons to lose their elasticity. These balloons end up as litter on water and earth surfaces.

- Balloons that end up in the sea will be mistaken as a food source such as jellyfish by marine life. They have been found in the digestive tracts of many sea turtles, dolphins, whales, sea birds and other animals.

Deflated balloons can block animals' guts when ingested or the animals can become entangled in the strings or ribbons attached to them, causing a slow and painful death from starvation.

Considering the threats balloons pose to the environment and wildlife, we are calling on all to celebrate or commemorate events in more environment-friendly ways, such as using them in other creative manners without releasing them, or simply planting a tree.


that it about the ballons.


SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

The Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (KLCI) tumbled with the rest of Asian bourses as the US stock market fell over 5.7% on Wednesday.

At 10.00 am, the KLCI plunged 21.7 points, or 2.4%, to 882.6 points. Losers outnumbered gainers 333 to 26 while 84 counters were unchanged. Some 112.8 million shares changed hands, valued at RM154.7mil. Selling in blue chips sent the benchmark index down the spiral.

Shares of Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd fell 45 sen to RM7.55, Tanjong plc slipped by 40 sen to RM10.10 while Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings Bhd dropped 30 sen to RM6.75.

Steel player Lion Industries Bhd continues to be heavily traded, losing 4.5 sen to 54.5 sen as global steel prices weaken and demand shrinks.

Elsewhere, Nikkei 225 lost 5.5%, Hang Seng Index was down by 4.4%, Kospi weakened by 8.5% while the Singapore Straits Times Index declined 4.2%.


that all from me

SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

A straw poll of handphone users found that many are happy that Mobile Number Portability (MNP) has been introduced. MNP allows users to switch cellular service providers without having to change their cellphone numbers.

Entrepreneur Lydia Yong Li Ying, 25, said she sees MNP benefiting mobile phone users around the country because it will encourage telcos to regularly improve their cellular services in order to retain customers.

“I like my current number so having the option to switch telcos while maintaining the number is a great convenience,” she said. “I also believe that having a healthy competitive environment in the telco industry will go a long way in improving telecommunications services.”

Another cellphone user, Sim Han How, 24, agreed with Yong. “MNP doesn’t make much of a difference to me because I’m happy with my current service provider,” he said. “Still it’s nice to know that I can keep my number if I decide to swap providers.”

“I suppose MNP will keep telcos on their toes since people can now switch (service providers) more freely if their expectations are not met,” said Sim, an IT specialist.

MNP is available to both prepaid and postpaid service users. Customers who change operators may be charged up to RM25 each time by the new service provider.

Energy, Water and Communications Minister Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor, who officiated at the launch of MNP this week, said the service is a great convenience to the 20.6 million prepaid and 4.6 million postpaid users in the country.

“Users will no longer need to go through the hassle of informing family and friends of a change in their mobile number,”

that all from me.

SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

l like to share my experience in
UMP for this semester. First i was afraid to enter this University, then i feel okey.I have find many kinds of friends all over the Malaysia. I also learn how to be more brave and confident. I have learn many things from my lecturers and my friends. I hope to see them in the next semester. bye..................



FRIENDS FOREVER.


THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING.


YOUR SINCERLY,

SASI DEVI
PB08041

Anonymous said...

presentation
hello...

as usual we have a presentation in our english class. on that day, we have to present how to make something. our group, sinchan's group are present about how to make a recycle paper. what i think about this presentation are very bad and worse. ot is because we have not prepare anything to present. the slide that we have done, we just copy and paste and we did not edit the text. although we think it is very easy to present but it is quite difficult because we did not prepare anything that can we use on that day. so, we just read the text on the slide without understand anything and the result is very bad. we did not use the true presentation skill.

the other group present about origami paper, how to make chocolate cake and muffin and and how to make a small box. their presentation are more interesting than our group presentation. i feel so bad but it is not the end. i still have time to fix it in the next semester. that is all.

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Anonymous said...

~salam~
hye..

today i want share about the mineral water pot.its main function is to remove all the unwanted things in the water to make sure that the clean water can be produced.

this product consists of 3 main parts,upper part,filter cartridges and lower part.this mineral water pot applied the concept of filtration which are involved 7 steps of filtration.

1-filtrated by ceramic filter
2-filtrated by activated carbon
3-filtrated by zeolite
4-filtrated by silica sand
5-filtrated by mineral sand
6-filtrated by activated carbon once again
7-filtrateb by mineral stone

so,thats all about the mineral water pot.clean water more healthy we are.

nurul ain bt abdullah
pb08003
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Anonymous said...

exhibition
hello everyone...
assalamualaikum...

i am really happy because everything has been done, our test, our quiz and our project. the thing that i want to talk about is about our exhibition last week. this exhibition is about we need to present our product to other people and we have to convince them that our product is the best among the best.

my group have decided to sell a washing machine. it is sound too funny but we have done it well. the brand our washing machine is samsung and we choose that product because it looks very exclusive and elegant. it feature very perfect and we think that it is suitable for housewife and our mother to use it.

the other group present the roomba or robotic vacuum. it is very cute and easy to use it.but this product not too much in malaysia and i hope that one day our country will produce this product also. beside that, the other group sell desk lamp, iron, bicycle, spectacles and so on.

this exhibition give confidence to us to talk in front of other people and it improve our communication skill in english language and build our confidence in ourself. beside that, it make our relationship between the member are close because we have to cooperate and make discussion about the product that we have to sell. so i think this exhibition help me more and build my confidence.

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Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum...

Quiet Emotions
by Judy Burnette
I always wanted more from you
than you were willing to give;
So now we've gone our separate ways
each with different lives to live.

The bond will always be there
the friendship always intact;
But the time for us has come and gone
and the pages of time, you can't turn back.

I will always be a friend to you
and wonder how you are;
The smiles and laughter I will remember
and our fights have become painless scars.

Sometimes on those busy days
when you've a thousand things to do;
Please let me glide slowly through your mind
and spend some time with you.

In that quiet moment
when you're surprised to find me there;
Just remember even with the distance between us
I am still someone who cares.

this poem about my feeling about my friends. this poem is very meaningful to me because i think that this poem related with my life. this poem remember me the memoy when i still in secondary school and we are always together, whatever we do and we are so close more than friend. i am really miss them. i hope that we are always together till the end.

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Anonymous said...

assalamualaikum......

test???stress???
hi and hello everyone....i know that all of you are busy with study, assignment, project and quiz and then we have to take final exam for this semester. when we busy with all this, normally student will get stress. do you all know what is stress about. i have read a article in internet about this thing. stress is a biological term which refer to the consequences of the failure of a human or animal body to respond appropriately to emotional or physical threats to the organism, whether actual or imagined.[1] It includes a state of alarm and adrenaline production, short-term resistance as a coping mechanism, and exhaustion. It refers to the inability of a human or animal body to respond. Common stress symptoms include irritability, muscular tension, inability to concentrate and a variety of physical reactions, such as headaches and accelerated heart rate.

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Anonymous said...

ASSALAMUALAIKUM...

chocolate
Hi, everyone....today i want to talk about chocolate. I know that everybody like to eat chocolate and we also know that it is very delicious.

we are probably looking at the title and thinking there couldn't possibly be any benefit to eating chocolate. Chocolate is so delicious, smooth and creamy. It's been described as one of life's sinful little pleasures. Can anything this wonderful be good for you?


Dieters can keep chocolate in their diets by just working it into their total calorie count. The average chocolate bar is 250 calories.

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Anonymous said...

salam..
its me again

KUNG FU!!Who does not like kung fu?i am sure everyone like kung fu right..me too..
the people i want share is someone who always acts in kung fu.of course that person is Jet Li who is a Chinese martial artist (Kung fu), actor, Wushu champion, and international film star. After three years of intensive training, Li won his first national championship for the Beijing Wushu Team. After retiring at age 17, he went on to win great acclaim in China as an actor making his debut with the film Shaolin Temple (1982). He went on to star in many critically acclaimed martial arts epic films, most notably the Once Upon a Time in China series, in which he portrayed folk hero Wong Fei Hung. His first role in a Hollywood film was as a villain in Lethal Weapon 4 (1998), but his first Hollywood film leading role was in Romeo Must Die (2000).

About his biography,he was born Li Lianjie in Beijing, People's Republic of China. His father died when he was two years old.Li is a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism.

For your information in 1987, Li married Beijing Wushu Team member and Shaolin Temple series co-star Huang Qiuyan,with whom he had two children. They divorced in 1990, Since 1999, he has been married to Nina Li Chi (born Li Zhi), a Shanghai-born, Hong Kong-based actress. He has two children with her as well, Jane (born 2000) and Jada (born 2002).

so,these are some informations who those are admired him...

nurul ain bt abdullah
pb08003

ayu_adik88 said...

salam...today, i'm reading about managers.. i'm maybe to become managers after i'm graduate.. so,before that i must know more detail about managers.. for example.. who are managers??.. managers is someone who works with and through other people by coordinating their work activitiesin other to accomplish organizational goals.. Changing nature of organizations and work has blurred the clear lines of distiction between managers and non- managerial employees.. what i know.. for to become a managers... imust have many experience.. it is because managers will be manage the employees under them..

ayu_adik88 said...

salam… now i want tell you all about what I’m already reading.. I’m reading about princes Diana… u know who are princes diana?
Name : Diana Spencer
Born : July 1st, 1961
Birthplace of : Sandringham (England)
Marriage : On July 29th Lady Diana
married Prince Charles.
She was 20 years old and
Prince Charles was 33 years old.
Children : Prince William
Prince Henry
Dissolution of marriage :August 28th, '96
Died : August 30th, '97
Place of death: Paris
You know.. she death very tragic.. Diana has died after a car crash in Paris.. I’m really sad because princes Diana is a my admire..

ayu_adik88 said...

salam.. today i want to talk about the main part of excavator which is the bottom roller.. The bottom roller is made from specialized steel that it must maximize the durability . The bottom roller is usually can be found in variable colour such as light yellow or black. The bottom roller also made of from proper heat treated body to produce optimum performance of the machine and life time seal and lubricantion which were thoroughly checked by compressed air on each roller to ensure a perfect sealing.The minor part of bottom roller is the hydraulic cyclinder, which is also can be called a linear hydraulic motor that have used to give a linear force through a linear stroke.. what i know this part very important in excavator because the excavator only can walk with it..

ayu_adik88 said...

salam.. now.. i'm reading about operation plans of TNB.. i must read that because my lecturer give me assignment about that.. the one of operation plans in TNb is..Supply Of Electricity.. TNB customers are connected with power from hydroelectric and thermal plants through a network system made up of transmission lines, substations and distribution lines. Through this system, TNB supplies electricity to customers consistently and continuously by ensuring a balance between demand and supply at all times.actually, TNB only produce one product.. the product is electricity..

Anonymous said...

Assalammualaikum wbt..

I would like to share about how we can be confidient speakers. If you want to learn how to become a professional speaker, you have made a good choice. The Idea of being a public speaker can be really exciting, considering you can make a lot of money giving speeches. Plus, you get to help people solve a problem they may have, and came to find relief for.

Thats all..

Nurrahma Hj. Romainor ( PB 08055 )