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Himpunan Patriot Negara (HIMPUN) IPTA zon A Lembah Klang

7:45 PM



Perkataan HIMPUN adalah akronim daripada Himpunan Patriot Negara. Program ini secara umumnya diwujudkan adalah untuk mencetuskan rasa patriotik terhadap negara di kalangan mahasiswa-mahasiswa. Kepentingan program seumpama ini adalah untuk menyedarkan kepada mahasiswa betapa pentingnya mempunyai rasa cinta untuk negara.HIMPUN kali ini diadakan di KEM BUMI JATI, SHAH ALAM dan ianya hanya melibatkan IPTA zon A bagi kawasan Lembah Klang ; USIM,UKM,UPM,UPNM

Mahasiswa perlulah mengenepikan kepentingan peribadi, kaum dan fahaman sendiri dengan mencipta perpaduan dan kemesraan di kalangan kaum-kaum lain di dalam negara demi memacu negara. Antara slot-slot yang diberi perhatian dalam HIMPUN ialah Slot Evolusi Pembinaan Negara, Sistem Politik Negara, Perlembagaan Negara, Hubungan Etnik, Malaysia Era Globalisasi, Patriotisma dan Ketahanan Nasional dan Tayangan Filem 'HATI MALAYA 1957'



ni la pic sume ahli kumpulan KNIGHTS OF MALAYSIA. really miss them all. yer la..even baru 3 hari kenal but rasa ikatan between us tuh da erat sangat...



hari PERTAMA kami bertolak dari USIM seawal 10 pagi. rombongan USIM merupakan kumpulan terawal yang sampai berbanding tiga lagi IPTA iaitu UKM,UPNM,UPM. itu memberi kelebihan pada kami untuk memilih dorm dan ruang tidur yang selesa. ^^ my 1st perasaan bila tengok tentatif program is its gonna be BORING.huh..what should i do? layankan je la..sape suruh gatal nak datang program ni. prog ram dimulakan dengan ceramah dari TNC UUM,Dato' Faiz (betol tak ea eja nama dia).fuh...sebuah cramah yang agak linear,plain dan membuatkan aku tersengguk dan balik ke dorm dan tidur. tiba masanya untuk DINNER. fuhh...memang feveret gua. siyes makanan kat kem ni shedapp..hari pertama disebabkan kekangan masa pada waktu siang ,kami tidak lagi dibahagikan kumpulan. tapi pada sesi malam kami diberikan kumpulan. sesi ICE BREAKING yang diadakan memang best dan betul-betul memecahkan ais diantara kami semua peserta. selepas kami dibahagikan kumpulan, kami semua dapat seorang FC yang siyes best. PUAN IZA DURA a.k.a MAMA. memang sporting habis la mama kami ni. setelah selesai sesi malam kami pon balik tidur..penat kot ^^.

hari KEDUA dan KETIGA merupakan hari yang best jugaa...paling best dalam sesi PDK ( perbincangan dalam kumpulan ) . memang bercambah betul idea kitorang.macam2 kami debatkan.riuh giler kelas we all. ^^. secara keseluruhannya memang menarik kem ni.sape sangka program camni berjaya mengadakan pengisian slot yang amat-amat menarik. instead of menggunakan pendekatan ceramah yang sememangnya boring,pihak urusetia berjaya membuat anjakan paradigama dengan mengadakan hanya satu sesi ceramah (yang agak bosan) dan selebihnya dengan pengisian PDK.yang paling best dalam program ni is we all sume dapat kawan baru and fiq sendiri teruja sbb dapat kawan baru dari lain-lain IPTA and also dari bangsa lain.tak dilupakan kepada pak mail dan pak husin. slot riadah memang mengeluarkan peluh..haha





me with lee yi han from UPNM



haha..kena buli dengan lee ^^


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i hope persahabatan yang kita jalinkan sepanjang kem ni berkekalan ^^




rindu :((

12:28 PM



Aku rindu kamu,
aku rindu masa kita bersama,
aku rindu gelak tawa,
aku rindu stay-up dengan kamu,
aku rindu berpenat dengan kamu,
aku rindu..aku rindu..aku rindu..

pada masa lalu.sewaktu kita semua bersama dalam...
Kelab Debat dan ULPM :))




We Wear the Mask

1:09 PM

We Wear the Mask

By: Paul Laurence Dunbar


We wear the mask that grins and lies,

It hides our cheeks and shades our eyes,--

This debt we pay to human guile;

With torn and bleeding hearts we smile,

And mouth with myriad subtleties.


Why should the world be overwise,

In counting all our tears and sighs?

Nay, let them only see us, while

We wear the mask.


We smile, but, O great Christ, our cries

To thee from tortured souls arise.

We sing, but oh the clay is vile

Beneath our feet, and long the mile;

But let the world dream otherwise,

We wear the mask!

i'm lovin it ^^

10:30 AM

Great stories are written in book,

Tales of love and heroic too,

Do you know facebook?

I know you do,

And I have it too

Once you’re logged in,

There’s no turning back,

It’s like a good novel in paperback,

Add me and you`ll never regret,

Together we can be a pack

Time just pass by without me knowing,

I thought it’s still morning,

Turn out the dusk is breaking,

To all my friends in the cyberspace,

Thank you for the bond we share,

And I will love you all always.


this poem wrote by someone for me and i really love it


it's starting now !!

6:39 AM

whoaa...for almost 1 week i've been on leave-from collage of course.now its time to get back to business. of course this week i have 3 mid term exam.so scary.it's like a nightmare to me. friends, plaese pray for me so i can get trough this without any difficulties. O God bless me ^^ to get trough this test of yours.

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someone bought it for me ^^

11:50 PM


my new lovely shirt given by my lovely you-know-who
one word , NICE!! , because i love purple

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thanks!!

IT'S GETTING HOTTER DAY BY DAY

1:22 PM


GLOBAL WARMING is the increase in the average temperature of the Earth's near-surface air and the oceans since the mid-twentieth century and its projected continuation. Global surface temperature increased 0.74 ± 0.18 °C (1.33 ± 0.32 °F) during the 100 years ending in 2005. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) concludes that anthropogenic greenhouse gases are responsible for most of the observed temperature increase since the middle of the twentieth century,and natural phenomena such as solar variation and volcanoes probably had a small warming effect from pre-industrial times to 1950 and a small cooling effect from 1950 onward.These basic conclusions have been endorsed by more than 40 scientific societies and academies of science,including all of the national academies of science of the major industrialized countries.

Climate model projections summarized in the latest IPCC report indicate that global surface temperature will likely rise a further 1.1 to 6.4 °C (2.0 to 11.5 °F) during the twenty-first century.The uncertainty in this estimate arises from the use of models with differing climate sensitivity, and the use of differing estimates of future greenhouse gas emissions. Some other uncertainties include how warming and related changes will vary from region to region around the globe. Although most studies focus on the period up to 2100, warming is expected to continue beyond 2100, even if emissions have stopped, because of the large heat capacity of the oceans and the lifespan of CO2 in the atmosphere.

An increase in global temperature will cause sea levels to rise and will change the amount and pattern of precipitation, probably including expansion of subtropical deserts. Warming is expected to be strongest in the Arctic and would be associated with continuing retreat of glaciers, permafrost and sea ice. Other likely effects include changes in the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, species extinctions, and changes in agricultural yields.Warming and related changes will vary from region to region around the globe, though the nature of these regional variations are uncertain. Political and public debate continues regarding global warming, and what actions (if any) to take in response. The available options are mitigationto reduce further emissions; adaptation to reduce the damage caused by warming; and, more speculatively, geoengineering to reverse global warming. Most national governments have signed and ratified the Kyoto Protocol aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.



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my life my way v.2

10:53 PM

Tetiba je malam ni aku teringat kat kawan-kawan aku.beside rindu kat that person,you-know-who.tibe aku tingat kt my BFF since sekolah. SUHAIMI a.k.a SHUHEI a.k.a SYU ( aku je panggil nih ^^ ). yer la..mana tak ingat,dia banyak gak tolong aku and support me when i'm down. terbaru nih dia tolong aku buat video AKSIS. memang chun habis la. dah lama tak lepak skali dengan ko weh!! really miss you syu!! haha..tetiba je kann ^^


saje jek tadik aku mesej dia.budak nih still tengah tunggu bas nak balik umah. ko balik elok2 taw syu..haha..semoga selamat sampai. tuh la pepatah orang tua-tua cakap "kawan biar beribu tapi kawan yang betul-betul bole dibuat kawan susah dicari". aku bersyukur selama nih kawan-kawan yang aku kawan sume boleh pakai walaupun ada gak yang buat taik. for me,kalau yang buat taik tuh aku memang totally buang la.tak guna kawan dengan manusia camtuh.menyemak dunia aku jer..sound kasar kan? but,tu la cara aku.kalau orang tak hargai aku,buat ape aku nak terhegeh-hegeh kat dia pulak??not my style la.


ape pon,aku cukup bersyukur sebab dikuniakan nikmat kawan-kawan yang best!! and kepada sume kawan-kawan aku yang best, thanks for being my most wonderful friends!! love you all!!





ho-ho-ho-hooliday

7:50 PM


Perjalanan yang panjang dalam 'bullet' tren semalam membuatkan hati nih semakin merindui rumah dan seisinya. mula naik dari sentral kuala lumpur takde orang seblah aku.aman gile. kali nih balik naik koc 2nd klas.dapat seat depan skali.ada meja,dekat dengan pintu.memang best la.part yang paling best is koc aku tuh ada dua musim : panas dan sejuk.kawasan aku musim sejuk,masuk tengah sikit musim panas..haha.unik betul koc KTMB nih.aku penattt dan terus tertido selepas 1/2 jam tren bergerak oleh kerana teramat penat seharian keluar menggedikz (gedik ke?) dengan fithri jasmin kat mines ^^


Nak dijadikan cerita,hari ahad ritu lepas hantar you-know-who ke ktm nilai coz dia nak ke subang,rumah abangnyer, saje men'try' mesej fit ajak jenjalan sebab kebohsanan yang melampau melanda diri ini..haha..tapi fit tanak la pulakkk..adeiii.nasib la malam tuh asad nak kua g diner dgn aku.tak la borink sangat.dah lama tak lepak dgn asad a.k.a aress yassin (aku pon tataw nama dia dalam FB tuh cmtuh). kat as-salam kami ber'diner'. aku amek faveret menu : mee gorang mamak with ayam and air kosong. aress amek jus oren je. makan kejap je tapi dengar tazkirah dari aress bout life tuh la yang lama ^^. best la gak bila sembang bout life and masa depan with him. aress!! kalu ko nak kawen pastikan aku orang pertama yang ko jemput..ko da janji malam tuh.jangan lupe taw!!

tettt..berbalik citer kua outing with fit kt mines.inagt sume kedai da bukak tapi once sampai sana 'meriah' sangat sbb still cuti raya..so,we ambik kputusan jenjalan kejap,then having lunch kt restoran ape tah but unfortunately tak bape sedap la..hampeh betol ..dah lupe nama restoran tuh.after that jenjalan kat kedai cenderamata coz fit nak beli sumthin kat awek dia. tapi last-last tak beli ape pon and we end up kat karoke.thanks to fit coz speedo karaoke even sejam MYR 20.00. ok la gak dok dalam tuh melalak macam-macam lagu

Tengok jam dah pukol 17.30.time to go to stesen tren nak ke sentral.sampai sentral,sementara tunggu ketapi,makan KFC jap.ape yang paling best is tren delay.azab gile nak tunggu.dekat sejam delay.tapi ok la..at last sampai rumah.afta sarapan,aku melantak tido sampai tengari.bangun pukol 12 sbb panas,carik kipas then tido balik ^^. pukol 1 bangun lunch,mandi then tido balik.memnag puas tido..haha^^ ada banyak hari lagi cuti nih.banyak lagi perkara yang best yang nak dilakukan cuti nih.hope sume berjalan lancar ^^

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the journey ^^

7:12 PM


..huarghh...at last,it time for me to go home. miss my hometown a lot,miss my parents,my cats,my sis and also my bed. ^^. its already 3 month since i'm starting my new sem. long enough eh to miss everything at my hometown. now i'm waiting my train that will be departure at 2110 and now its just 1923.haha..very long time eh i think to wait like this here at KL Sentral. but its gonna be ok coz someone already accompnying me via sms..hehe..thanks to you-know-who.

i think the very first think that i'm gonna do when i reach home that i'll hug my parents..miss them so muchhh!! ^^. then straight to my bed and have a very long sleep.haha..maybe after that i'll ask my sis to treat me watching a movie.haha.. then after all that, i dont know what else to do. maybe just staying at home for the whole holiday.kinda boring huh..but i think the best part is being able to help my papa at his 'kebun kelapa sawit' and paddy field. miss the heat of the sun at the cemter of the paddy field.

ouh!! one thing, i'm also able to play with my lovely cats. before this i dont have opportunity to play with them coz its a brand new kitten.haha..

emm...what i'm gonna do a long the way to my hometown eh.maybe just listening to my iPod. and right now i'm charging it becxause its baterry low..if i'm not doing this i'll be the most miserable person in that couch coz its so boring in there ^^.. huh..its already 1936. 1hour and a half to go..haha..have to be patient..oh god.please speed up the time so i'll be able to reach my home fast!!

V-day Celebration

4:42 PM

what is your perfect v-day celebration? if someone asking me that kind of question i'll definitely answer "no dinner reservation,no bouquet of flower..just me & my love one". simple isn't it?but, i'm not really celebrating v-day.sometime others will told me to buy a flower bouquet and a box of choc for my dearest one but for me its enough for both of us be together at that time,enjoying our time together by watching movies or cooking our favorite meal together. very simple..thats the way we like.no need to make a fuss bout it. for us, everyday is v-day. love is something we have to celebrate every day not only on the certain date.

since i'm in my secondary school,my seniors always told us that we are not suppose to celebrate v-day. maybe its true if we look from the history point of view. also from my religion point of view.but we can always interprate it and turn it into something good. for instance, a lover that have been married. they can take it as their special day to celebrate their love. or love between a mother and her child, maybe they can make this date as their special day to hang out together and do their stuff together.haha...talk about a lover that do bad thing on this date eg: Muslims , they are not allowed to have sex until thay're married,so we have to prevent this thing. LOL what am i saying (typing) ^^. ?? already run out of idea ^^. but for me,everyday is v-day a.k.a day to appreciate someone we love.


Has the law truly become an Ass?

1:49 PM

..while google-ing something for my thesis, i found this interesting article.lets take a look at it :


by : Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad


For an event with only two outcomes, there is a 50-50 chance of it happening either way. So you would have thought. Consequently, many wanted the verdict of 9 February of the country’s top judges in the apex court to reflect that logical outcome. More so in a constitutional impasse that has drawn attention of the entire nation, nay the entire world.

But wouldn’t it be a wishful thinking to have ever thought that MB Nizar would win? Yes, perhaps very much, given the state of our very-much-to-be-desired judiciary. But in a not-so-clear-a-case like this acrimonious debate, you still harbour a little hope for a close call at least.

When the federal court returned a verdict of a thrashing 5-0 win to MB Zambry, you can’t blame the many that have alleged that the law has truly become an ass. I could still recall MB Nizar wanted a full 9-member bench. The country has just been saved from being humiliated the greatest shame of the century with a 9-0 verdict!

In the same vein, imagine the battle of two titans in a world cup with an outcome of 5-0 win. Now imagine a 9-0 win. Mind-shattering, too bizarre! That’s exactly the state of affairs in our beloved country right now, Mr PM. Beleaguered.

It’s most pathetic to have heard the premier asking Pakatan to accept the court’s verdict and move on. That truly was your knee-jerk response as usual, nothing really got higher up beyond your brain-stem. You have ‘to say something’ each time and you did. But true leaders have really ‘something to say’, regrettably, you didn’t.

We shall wait in anticipation, for the time when the rakyat will one day be telling you to just accept the verdict of the election, Najib ie your defeat, and move on. It may not be the next 13th GE as yet. But it could well be. You and your First Lady must pack your bag and get out of Putrajaya.

If you could gladly and heartily accept the verdict of that election that makes you as the man who led one of the world’s longest-governing parties to defeat, perhaps we might reconsider our revulsion and disgust to this verdict. Perhaps we could emulate your magnanimity and grace. But could you accept to just move on?

Be that as it may, the country has now to absorb the far-reaching implications of this verdict. Cynicism asides, I now write with a bipartisan interest, with the Federal Constitution (FC), the nation and the rakyat at heart.

Of the many implications, this piece is only highlighting one. But this one implication must be unequivocally and categorically said as it is the one that revises and transforms the FC through a backdoor manner of sort.

Never before had I wished to have a doctorate in law, only when ‘lawlessness’ and the assault on the FC have reached levels that were previously unimaginable. Yes, the verdict has out rightly disfigured the notion or doctrine of a constitutional monarchy.

Amidst their euphoria, the BN leaders seemed oblivious of the full import of the verdict. With the judgment by none other than the top judges of the apex court of the country, the principles governing a vibrant and functional parliamentary democracy are seriously challenged and critically compromised.

As this is my piece I’m going to ask, do judges really understand the concept of responsible government, where it is a conception of a system of government that embodies the principle of parliamentary accountability responsible to parliament (and if bicameral, primarily to The Dewan Rakyat, which is directly elected, and thus more representative than the Dewan Negara) rather than to the monarch, or, in the colonial context, to the imperial government.

The apex court has added another case to a list of cases that contravenes the very notion of constitutionalism and representative democracy, the very heartbeat of the FC. That the Monarch could refuse the appointment of a Menteri Besar chosen by the party in power is admittedly arguable as in Terengganu. That didn’t directly impinge and intrude on the practice of democracy but more appropriately to save democracy.

But if the Monarch could now dismiss the lawful Menteri Besar (and by so doing brings down a government ie causing a regime change) if he so chooses, one that is democratically elected and appointed by the people, this is totally not analogous and different from the former.

In very plain English, the Federal Court affirmed the role played by Sultan Azlan Shah in the change of government in Perak a year ago. The apex court concurred with the appellate court’s ruling that MB Nizar must resign after failing to get the Perak Sultan to dissolve the state assembly to pave the way for fresh elections.

It was the Sultan who interviewed the three elected representatives who resigned from Pakatan Rakyat and concluded that MB Nizar had lost the confidence of the state assembly. Incidentally, two of the three assemblymen were under indictment for corruption.

In the true spirit of a responsible government and a country that upholds constitutional monarchy, renowned constitutional law experts from Malaysia and abroad had critically opined that the proper forum to test a motion of no confidence should be the legislative assembly. The judges were also quick to penalise Nizar’s lawyers on a technical ground of not resorting to the right provision in their submission. But judges of such stature surely need no reminders from lay people to see the bigger picture of constitutionalism and its underpinning objectives.

The court in this instance has added another case to a list of cases that contravenes the idea of constitutionalism and democracy, which stand at the very heart of the FC. That is actually the bone of contention in this debate.

The intervention of the royal household indeed invited scorn from Malaysians and subsequently embroiled the Monarch and the palace into disrepute. This is most regrettable much as it is disfiguring the notion of a constitutional monarchy. But the powers-that-be were least concern for as long as they could achieve their political ends. In simple plain English again, theirs has now become a government appointed by the Monarch, not elected by the people.

Has the anger and disappointment with the palace gone away? No. The Merdeka Center survey shows clearly that a significant percentage of the people of Perak are dissatisfied with the role played by the palace in the Perak coup.

Some 74 per cent of voters in Perak felt that elections remain the best way to end the power grab in the state. In the same survey conducted by Merdeka Center, voters were asked to choose which they preferred: the economy or having a democratically-elected government. Sixty per cent of the respondents said they wanted a government elected democratically.

That it is a very sad day for democracy is a gross understatement. But we must now move on. They have won this battle, but we want to win the final war!


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