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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

A Multi-Arts Festival featuring theater, exhibition, film screenings & daily interactive presentations. A 10 day explosion of histories, images, narratives and sounds from the first Malayan Emergency period from 1948-1960. All Exhibit at Annexe Gallery, CM with programme details at http://

Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim and wife Wan Azizah Wan Ismail leave the courthouse during a break in session in Kuala Lumpur October 7, 2008. Anwar was in court again on Tuesday on new sodomy charges which he denies. Since his release from prison and the lifting of a ban on holding office earlier this year, Anwar has mounted the biggest ever challenge to the government that has ruled this mainly-Muslim country for the past 51 years. REUTERS

Controversial blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin being escorted out of the Petaling Jaya sessions court yesterday where he is facing sedition charges as his youngest daughter Sarah, 19, is seen leaving her father's trial proceedings sessions court.

After the long break to celebrate Hari Raya in their hometowns, city folk made their way back over the past two days to resume work.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Family Potraits Hari Raya in 'balik kampung' Klang, Selangor 1st.October 2008

this year theme is 'yellow'
with grand in laws, parent, sisters and brothers
the grand children altogether
brothers in law
Adam, Daniel and 'poksu' Afiq spacing their myspace later that night 

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and members of his cabinet will hold Aidilfitri open house on the first day of Hari Raya at the Putra World Trade Centre. The Prime Minister's Office, in a statement issued today, states that the open house would be from 12.30pm to 4.30pm. The public are also invited to the prime minister's open house in Kepala Batas, which will be on Saturday from 11am to 5pm at the Millennium Hall.

President/ CEO of PWTC, Datuk Yaakob Hj Mohammad (R) and Vice President/ Executive Director of PWTC, Dr. Ahmad Fadzli Datuk Yaakob on preparations for Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s Hari Raya open House at PWTC, KL.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Our Femestalent Coverpage Has Been Upgraded

Our Femestalent Coverpage has been upgraded for a faster link and redirect to our main webpage. As a we have tried to do some graphic stuff and java script embedded but it seems that our readers complained that it would take a longer time for their browser to read and enter our main page. This might cause of the limited bandwith as we use a blog draft for our server and often it comes out with a page error notification. We hope a lot more people and talents will join us in the publication and coming future event. Cherioos!

Femes rated best model's photo

Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, France’s First Lady, strikes a model’s pose on the roof of the Élysée Palace, in Paris. Photograph by Annie Leibovitz from Vanity Fair.

Bekas Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad dan isteri Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah Mohd. Ali mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri kepada semua rakyat Malaysia khususnya kepada yang beragama Islam.

“Alhamdulillah, sekali lagi dapat kita bersama-sama meraikan hari kebesaran ini setelah sebulan menjalankan ibadah puasa”, katanya dalam satu kenyataan kepada Bernama di sini hari ini.
Beliau menyeru rakyat Malaysia di samping bergembira menyambut hari lebaran bersama keluarga agar turut meneruskan tradisi kunjung-mengunjung ke rumah-rumah terbuka bagi mengeratkan silaturrahim sesama rakyat berbilang kaum. “Semoga di hari yang gembira ini, hubungan kita sebagai rakyat berbilang kaum dan agama di negara tercinta ini akan bertambah erat,” katanya. Bagi mereka yang pulang ke kampung, Dr. Mahathir menasihati supaya berhati-hati ketika memandu dan selamat di dalam perjalanan pulang ke kampung halaman masing-masing.
Beliau akan mengadakan majlis rumah terbuka pada hari Ahad, 5 Oktober di kediaman beliau beralamat di 58, Jalan Kuda Emas, The Mines Resort City, Seri Kembangan dari pukul 10 pagi hingga 1 tengah hari dan pukul 2.30 petang hingga 5 petang.

German 125cc rider Stefan Bradl (17) of Grizzly Gas Kiefer Racing leads Hungarian Gabor Talmacsi (1), Mike Di Meglio (63) of France to win the Japanese Grand Prix of 2008 MotoGP World Championships at Twin Ring circuit in Motegi, north of Tokyo, Japan, 28 September, 2008. Bradl won the 15th round race and Mike Di Meglio (63) placed second. Talmacsi placed third. EPA

Everton's Marouane Felliani (R) tackles Liverpool's Dirk Kuyt during their English Premiership league soccer match at Goodison Road stadium in Liverpool, Britain, 27 September 2008. EPA

Saturday, September 27, 2008

4th Oct Awok-Awok GiG! Set underground and alternative music followers, inhouse Nasi Dagang Raya Part 3 jamm session at 60's studio. K.Trg / 18th Oct Noisy Hall, Ampang - For Better Ending@Releasing EP

Terengganu Punk: The Origins of Malaysian Punk Rock

[As republished by MyKemaman.Com] Main Article On Malaysian Rock

The first proper punk rock "scene" in Malaysia started in Terengganu in 1978/1979. It started in the small town of Dungun by a group of friends influenced by British music magazines such as NME, Melody Maker, Sounds, and Zig Zag, as well as their brothers and friends studying or living in the more modern West Coast cities who would pass them the magazines and music.
By late 1979, almost every secondary school in the state had its own cliques of punk rockers. They would hang out on the weekends at the main bus station in the capital city of Kuala Terengganu, with the usual punk rock regalia (badges, studs, safety pins and such). Too poor to afford guitars or any other musical instruments, there never was an actual punk band but trading of tapes and zines were vigorous.
Most of the trading material came from friends studying overseas, friends living in the West Coast cities and also punk rockers from UK, Europe and US who were kind enough to send tapes and magazines for free. Irregular trips were made to Singapore and Kuala Lumpur (and Georgetown, but rarely as it was too far) to dub punk rock records at the music stores or buy pirated tapes, the only source for good music those days.
Some fishing villages would have the most "punks" and thus became the center of activities. The main two villages were Kampung Mengabang Telipot (an hour north to the city) and Kampung Tanjung (right at the mouth of the city's river system). In Mengabang Telipot, there was a small punk community library laden with fanzines, magazines and music, which the kids would share. This library was actually a wooden cupboard situated at one of the punk rockers' houses, it was called as "logen".
The first Malaysian punk rock fanzine came out from this scene. It appeared in 1986 with the title of Huru Hara (meaning "chaos"); it was written in Terengganu slang by editor Mamat Hitam but never distributed on a large scale. The first fanzine to do that was Aedes, which lasted until 1996; the first punk bands to appear there were Mallaria and later The Stone Crows. Both put out one rehearsal/demo tape.
There was a lull in activity in the mid-80s for the Terengganu punk scene, but a resurgence of bands of different persuasions appeared by the late 80s and early 90s (sparked in part by the setting up of a larger Malaysian underground music scene based in Kuala Lumpur in 1987). By the mid 90s onwards, there were constantly new bands appearing in the state and as of 2007, there are still a lot of active punk-influenced bands such as Dirty Divider and The Goodnight Goodies.

Anna Faris - from scary cast to house honey

Playboy-esque sex siren meets socially awkward she-geeks. Ensue mutual personality transformations, resulting in new-found self-confidence and happiness for all. If it sounds familiar, it's only because it's a formula that works. In The House Bunny, Anna Faris plays Shelley Darlington, a Playboy Bunny who hasn't a care in the world. That is, until a rival Playmate gets her booted from the Mansion. With nowehere to go, Shelley runs into a group of sorority sisters who desperately need her makeup-and-men expertise before they lose more members, and eventually, their campus house. Meanwhile, Shelley learns a thing or two from the gals at Zeta Alpha Zeta about individuality and being attractive on the inside

KUALA TERENGGANU –Kerajaan perlu berusaha lebih untuk menurunkan harga minyak selari dengan penurunan harga minyak dunia memandangkan penurunan sebanyak 10 sen seliter tidak memberi kesan kepada masyarakat.

Sehubungan itu, Timbalan Pengerusi I Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Terengganu, Dr Abdul Manaf Che Mat meminta kerajaan tidak seharusnya menanggung perkara-perkara lain yang membazir wang negara.

Katanya, pentadbiran dan pengurusan ekonomi yang baik dapat membantu penurunan harga minyak yang banyak dan bukan dalam jumlah kecil yang mengecewakan orang ramai. “Kerajaan perlu menurunkan harga minyak petrol sekurang-kurangnya kepada RM2 manakala harga diesel perlu diturunkan lebih banyak supaya harga barangan dapat dikurangkan. “Kita juga minta kerajaan berusaha lebih untuk turunkan harga minyak kerana ia tidak membawa makna dengan hanya penurunan 10 sen,” katanya kepada Sinar Harian ketika dihubungi, di sini, semalam.

Menteri Perdagangan Dalam Negeri dan Hal Ehwal Pengguna, Datuk Shahrir Samad berkata, harga minyak dunia telah mengalami turun naik yang ketara namun secara puratanya menurun sedikit berbanding sebelumnya. Dalam laporan Sinar Harian semalam katanya, Jemaah Menteri telah memutuskan penurunan harga runcit sebanyak 10 sen kepada harga petrol RON97, RON92 dan diesel.

Shahrir berkata, nilai ringgit berbanding Dollar Amerika pula menyusut sepanjang tempoh yang sama dan mengaplikasikan formula yang diguna pakai oleh kerajaan dalam menentukan harga runcit sebelum ini, pengurangan sebanyak 10 sen merupakan nilai pengurangan maksimum yang dapat diberikan kerajaan. Menurut Dr Abdul Manaf, kerajaan sepatutnya melakukan penurunan sebanyak 30 peratus atau sekurang-kurangnya 40 sen ketika penurunan harga minyak dunia baru-baru ini. Bagaimanapun katanya, penurunan sebanyak itu tidak akan membantu golongan pengguna di samping tidak membantu peniaga menurunkan harga barangan yang naik secara mendadak akibat kenaikan harga minyak sebanyak 78 sen baru-baru ini.

BERITA KAKI - Kemudahan SUKMA XII jadi 'gajah putih'

Sudah hampir tiga bulan Sukan Malaysia (SUKMA) XII melabuhkan tirainya dan selama itulah, kebanyakan infrastruktur sukan yang disediakan untuk menganjurkan temasya dwitahunan itu masih terbiar sepi.

Kompleks Lapang Sasar di Gong Kuin, Tok Jembal, Stadium Tertutup di Gong Badak dan Kompleks Akuatik di Batu Burok sehingga sekarang masih sunyi-sepi berikutan tidak dibuka kepada orang ramai. Sedikit pengecualian bagi Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin di Gong Badak yang menempatkan Diman Bowls apabila ia sentiasa penuh sesak dengan peminat sukan boling, terutamanya pada cuti hujung minggu.

Persoalannya, mengapakah keadaan ini dibiarkan berlaku dan apakah kerajaan negeri sanggup melihat semua infrastruktur sukan tercanggih ini sekadar menjadi projek ‘gajah putih’? Adalah sesuatu yang amat malang jika keadaan ini dibenarkan berlaku memandangkan kerajaan negeri telah me­ngeluarkan perbelanjaan yang bukan sedikit untuk menyediakan semua kemudahan sukan tersebut.

Sebagai bukti, pembinaan Kompleks Lapang Sasar menelan belanja sebanyak RM6.5 juta, RM270 juta pula diperuntukkan untuk membina Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin sementara kerja menaik taraf Kompleks Akuatik pula berjumlah RM18 juta. Kerajaan negeri perlu berbuat sesuatu untuk menangani permasalahan ini sebelum ia dianggap sebagai pembaziran besar-besaran wang rakyat dan digunakan pihak pembangkang untuk menghentam pengurusan kewangan kerajaan negeri. Selain itu, sampai bilakah warga sukan di negeri boleh bersabar menunggu pembukaan kemudahan ini, sedangkan sudah banyak aktiviti dan kejohanan yang telah diatur untuk atlet mereka sebelum ini terpaksa ditangguhkan.

Fikir-fikirlah permasalahan ini mulai sekarang jika kerajaan negeri berhajat untuk mempertahankan kejuaraan mereka sekali lagi dalam Sukan Malaysia (SUKMA) XIII di Melaka pada 2010 kelak.

Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (R) speaks to his deputy Najib Razak after the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) party meeting in Kuala Lumpur September 26, 2008. Malaysia's main ruling party will postpone a leadership vote until March of next year and Abdullah said he would step down earlier than the planned 2010, but did not say when.

Peralihan kuasa yang dipersetujui antara Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi dengan Timbalannya, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak akan berlaku setahun lebih awal daripada pelan asal pada 2010. Bagi membolehkan proses peralihan tersebut berjalan lancar, Perhimpunan Agung UMNO yang dijadual berlangsung pada Disember ini akan ditangguhkan kepada Mac depan. Mesyuarat bahagian yang akan bermula 9 Oktober ini bagaimanapun diteruskan mengikut jadual.
Keputusan menangguhkan perhimpunan agung parti itu yang juga membabitkan pemilihan peringkat tertinggi dicapai pada mesyuarat khas Majlis Tertinggi (MT) UMNO yang dipengerusikan oleh Abdullah di Menara Dato’ Onn, Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putra (PWTC) hari ini.
Ditanya sebab penangguhan, Presiden UMNO itu berkata, ia bertujuan “mempermudahkan pelan peralihan kuasa lebih awal.”
“Kalau kita nak awalkan (peralihan), tidak adalah lagi original (pelan asal) 2010 itu... tak timbullah perkara itu,” kata Perdana Menteri ketika ditanya adakah pelan peralihan kuasa pada Jun 2010 akan dikekalkan pada sidang akhbar selepas mempengerusikan mesyuarat khas itu.
Mengulas keputusan MT meneruskan mesyuarat bahagian di sebalik desas-desus mengenai penangguhannya, Perdana Menteri berkata, ia bagi menghormati keputusan akar umbi dan mengelakkan timbul perbalahan.
“Itulah sebaik-baiknya kerana kita memegang dan menghormati keputusan yang telah dibuat, yang telah pun jelas dan semua pun bersedia untuk mengadakan mesyuarat masing-masing,” ujarnya.
Ketika diminta menjelaskan maksud peralihan kuasa awal, beliau berkata: “Ia adalah untuk membuat penyerahan segala apa juga yang diperlukan, peraturan-peraturan apa yang hendak saya laksanakan nanti. Apa juga dengan ini akan diputuskan antara saya dan Najib.”
Ditanya adakah ini bermakna beliau tidak akan mempertahankan jawatan Presiden pada pemilihan parti Mac depan, beliau memberitahu, pengumuman mengenai keputusannya akan dibuat sebelum mesyuarat bahagian bermula pada 9 Oktober ini.
Abdullah bagaimanapun menyangkal andaian bahawa keputusan melaksanakan pelan peralihan kuasa lebih awal dibuat kerana menerima banyak tekanan termasuk daripada anggota MT.
“Tidak. Tidak ada kena-mengena semua itu. Ia semua berhubung kait dengan kerja saya. Bila kerja habis, habislah,” katanya.
Menurut Abdullah, tidak ada sebab anggota MT mengenakan tekanan untuk beliau melepaskan jawatan, malah perkara itu tidak langsung ditimbulkan pada mesyuarat hari ini.
Perdana Menteri turut menolak kemungkinan bercuti lebih awal ekoran perubahan pelan peralihan kuasa itu.
“Saya akan bercutikah? Tak tahu pula. Macam mana awak tahu? Tidak, tidak... saya tak akan bercuti. Saya ada banyak kerja hendak dibuat,” katanya.
Abdullah yang ditanya kesediaannya melakukan pengorbanan besar dengan mengundur diri demi kebaikan UMNO menegaskan, beliau sayangkan parti itu dan tidak akan sekali-kali meninggalkannya biarpun dalam keadaan sukar.
“Saya tidak pernah tinggalkan parti, saya tidak menyertai UMNO 46 (Semangat 46), saya tidak sertai parti lain, malah saya tidak pernah berada atas platform pembangkang untuk menentang UMNO.
“Tidak ada rekod saya menentang parti pada bila-bila masa pun,” tegasnya.
Ditanya sama ada UMNO mempunyai cadangan untuk mengehadkan tempoh jawatan Presiden selama tiga penggal seperti yang diamalkan MCA ketika ini, beliau berkata, parti itu tidak mempunyai rancangan untuk berbuat demikian.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Greenpeace activists play dead in front of the Energy Ministry building in Ankara today. A total of 37 activists were detained by police after they protested against the Turkish government's plans to build a nuclear power station in the country. Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday there was no plan to postpone a tender to build and operate Turkey's first nuclear power plant, scheduled for Wednesday. Turkey has set a deadline of Sept. 24 for bids to build the plant at Akkuyu near Mersin on the Mediterranean coast with a capacity of 4,000 megawatts, plus or minus 25 percent. The stickers on the activists' overalls read, "No to nukes". REUTERS

Milk Disaster - Please beware when consuming milk or any diary product from China as it is confrim contaminated by the diary firm. Here's the follow up from local Dutch Lady Milk Industries

PETALING JAYA, TUES: Dutch Lady Milk Industries Bhd, one of Malaysia's leading dairy companies, does not expect any negative impact on its earnings or dividends following the tainted milk scandal in China, said managing director Hans Laarakker today.
"We believe, with the strong brand that we have and also the measures being taken, there should be no negative impact on sales or our market share," he told a media briefing here.
The media gathering came after its counterpart in Singapore, Friesland Foods Singapore, withdrew all its Dutch Lady sterilised milk products packed in one litre and 250ml bottles produced in China, from the market.
"Within Dutch Lady Malaysia, there are no Dutch Lady products or dairy raw materials sourced from China. "Whatever is being distributed within Malaysia is manufactured locally or mainly imported from the Netherlands and New Zealand," Laarakker stressed.

Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Kamarudin was sent to the Kamunting Detention Centre in Taiping at 11am this morning to begin his two-year detention under the Internal Security Act as police had found concrete evidence that his postings in the Malaysia Today blogsite, was prejudicial to the security of the country.

Old Mc'Donald had a farm, e i e i o. On his farm he has some sheep, e i e i o, what a sheep shit here, sheep shit there, sheep shit everywhere. Old Mc'Donald had a farm e i e i o. On his farm he has some cows, e i e i o, what a lem bu-bo here, lem bu-bo there, lembu bu-bo everywhere! - counting sheep and clueless cow song.
Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar confirmed he signed the detention order based on investigations and recommendations by the police.

Yesterday, local actress Nur Fazura Sharifudin 24 better known as Fazura, was acquitted and discharged by the Magistrate's Court of a charge of causing hurt to Geraldine Mariana Wong 33 at Lunar Bar Pacific Regency Hotel on 19th Dec 2004

Monday, September 22, 2008

Alternative movie "Punggok Rindukan Bulan" will be in cinemas nationwide on 25 September 2008 and is currently on its way to film festivals worldwide.

"Punggok Rindukan Bulan" ("This Longing"), is about the life of a young boy called Sidi (Saeful Nazhif Satria) and his father Adman (Sahronizam Noor), who live in a low-cost flat in Johor Bahru. When the woman of the house leaves them, they both cope with the sudden absence of a key female figure in their own ways; as Sidi revels in his unsupervised freedom as a young teenager would, and Adman feels the emptiness of his life and soul. The literal meaning of the movie title is a Malay saying "like the owl misses the moon" - a reflection of unrequited longing. 
Directed by: Azharr Rudin
Executive Producer: Tan Chui Mui 
Producer: Amir Muhammad
Screening & editing: Azharr Rudin / Camera: Sidi Saleh
Cast: Saeful Nazhif Satria, Sahronizam Noor, Maya Karin, Salehuddin Abu Bakar and Sharifah Amani

The government needs to think out of the box in making decisions for the people, instead of just behaving like “I know what is best for the rakyat”, say experts

The cabinet's recent decision to formulate a Race Relations Act (RRA) to strengthen inter-racial ties and promote integration may not be the best solution, according to some.
No law can strengthen anything. Any law, by definition, is not a social force that can create or strengthen unity but it can prevent unity from being destroyed,” said Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Prof Datuk Dr Shamsul Amri Baharuddin. 
He said the RRA is not only for ethnic but also economic, political and other aspects, adding that many European countries have the law. “The law ensures that any form of discrimination in terms of racism and the like are prevented in the country,” Shamsul told theSun, adding that “that in a way puts the bad element at bay while the good remains.” However, he said, the most important thing is not the law but “the government asking the people what they want”. “It is about the people after all. It is so rushed.
The Barisan Nasional (BN) government has to stop telling the people ‘I know what is best for you’,” Shamsul stressed, adding that it should respect the people. He urged the government to conduct a referendum to get feedback from the rakyat about this law. “Get the mandate from the people! The people should be consulted first in enacting this law because it is directly related to them,” said the professor of social anthropology, who is also founding director of UKM Institute of Ethnic Studies.
International Movement for a Just World (JUST) president Dr Chandra Muzaffar also opined that formulating laws are not enough to strengthen inter-racial ties. “The country needs policies and implementations that are fair and just to all Malaysians,” he said. “I don't know how much law we can make. Laws on ethnic relations may only be able to play a punitive role and, at the same time, promote certain elements of good behaviour,” he said. The act, which aims to strengthen race relations, promote integration, raise patriotic spirit and build a tolerant and harmonious society, is being drafted by a panel headed by the Home and the Unity, Culture, Arts and Heritage Ministries.
Policies are more important to look after the interests of everyone,” he added. “It is not like law is the only solution (to promote race relations). We need policies that are just and fair to everyone. We also need just and fair implementation of the policies," he said. Chandra, who is well-versed in ethnic relations and civilisational dialogues, also said there should be good and trustworthy leaders at all levels to deal with the matter fairly and justly.
Laws generally have their punitive roles and seek to punish those who exploit communal feelings and encourage people to play a good role in promoting race relations. “The people must be educated about each other’s sensitivities, about our nation's history and the contemporary situation to which we have evolved, through the schools, media and community organisations,” said Chandra, adding that “knowing each other's sensitivities is extremely important”.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Break-ing (Ji Po) 3 play in one production - Ka Si Pe Cah - Supported by HSBC in the Arts / ASTRO / Colorganda, Co-presented by Pentas Project Theatre Production with The Instant Café Theatre Company and Alternative Stage:

Venue: Pentas 2, KL Performing Arts Centre Date: 25th ~ 28th September Time:  8:30pm ( Wed - Sun) and 3:00pm on Sunday Admission: RM 47 (Adults) * RM 27 (Students, Special & Senior Citizens) * 10% discount for Astro subscribers Tickets Call:- (KLPac) 4047 9000 (TASB) 2094 0400/1400 / PREVIEW 24th September 2008 @ 8:30pm with RM 27 for entrance.
In an unknown space, a blindfolded man tries desperately to connect with another man in a futile attempt to avoid death. He asks to share a cigarette, tries to find out his his gaoler’s name and then finds himself beginning to share his hopes and dreams…in one of the featured synopsis.

Bash Of Skinheads to Protest ISA And The Release Of Member Blogger

Kuala Lumpur, 21 September 2008 : Malaysian opposition party members show their shaven heads during a protest against the Malaysian Internal Security Act (ISA) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 21 September 2008. Popular blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin who was detained under the Internal Security Act, is still in detention despite mounting pressure from the public, opposition and rights group demanding his release. EPA

Thursday, September 18, 2008

"KICKDEFELLA" Blogger arrested under sedition act!!? We are no longer free to voice out! a total "U Must Not Object" citizenship, the free media constitution has been breachead

He is also known as a script writer and used to direct the film 'Persona Non Grata' in 2006. As an artist in his own reign, he suggested to flag the national Jalur Gemilang upside down during the independence memorial celebration last 31st August in his political blog to protest against certain government ruling policies . But peoples are not so idiot of doing that. Nevertheless he is still considered has conducted an act of treason for the National flag by allegedly provocating others to do so. - I wonder if there is a law for that??
KOTA BARU, Sept 17th : Blogger Syed Azidi Syed Aziz aka Sheih Kickdefella was arrested by police under the Sedition Act today.

Kelantan state executive councillor Datuk Husam Musa said Syed Azidi, 38, who is Corporate Communications Officer of Menteri Besar Incorporated (PMB), was expected to be brought before the Kota Baru Magistrate's court tomorrow for the police to obtain a remand order before taking him to Kuala Lumpur.

Husam told reporters at the Kota Baru district police headquarters that Syed Azidi was picked up over an article he had written. Syed Azidi, who runs the blog Kickdefella, had once suggested that the Malaysian flag be flown upside down during the celebrations marking the nation's independence anniversary.

Earlier, Syed Azidi's wife Bariah Ishak said her husband was picked up from their house in Kampung Demit at 5.05 pm. She said three plaincloth policemen came in a dark-tinted white Pajero and told her that they were detaining her husband and would bring him to Kuala Lumpur today. "They said my husband was arrested under the Sedition Act," she said when contacted. Kelantan deputy police chief SAC II Amir Hamzah Ibrahim, when contacted, said he could not confirmed the matter as the Kelantan police was not informed about it.   -- BERNAMA

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

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Semua orang nak kurus dan langsing macam model, tapi tidak ramai yang mampu kurus macam tu. Diet dan pil2 dah try tapi sampai sekarang tak ade improvement - Lagi mengelembung naik adalah - Jadi dibawah ini dilakarkan tips-tips mudah nak kuruskan badan, walaupun terkadang sukar untuk dilaksanakan, wakaka!

1. Jangan guna jalan pintas (shortcut) yg boleh mendatangkan kesan sampingan contohnya tak makan nasi selama 3 bulan. Nasi adalah karbohidrat yg penting untuk memberi tenaga. Karbohidrat, protein & lemak perlu ada dalam makanan seharian tapi perlu seimbang. Cuma kuantititi nasi hendaklah dikurangkan sebaliknya lebihkan makan sayur2an & buah2an segar. Cuba tukar gaya makan anda kepada ‘makan sayur berlaukkan nasi’ dan bukan ‘makan nasi berlaukkan sayur’. Namun diet hanya menyekat makanan atau kalori berlebihan tetapi lemak dalam badan perlu dibakar. Jangan percaya pil2, ubat2 kuruskan badan,kebanyakannya ada side effect. 
2.Bersenam - senaman adalah pembakar lemak. Senaman perlu disiplin (minima 20 minit setiap kali, 3 kali seminggu) & jangan berputus asa. Mulakan dengan berjalan pantas atau berjogging atau berbasikal atau berenang bagi mengurangkan impak kepada sendi. Setelah stamina meningkat tambah masa senaman dari 20min ke 30min ke 45min dan seterusnya diselangselikan dgn mengangkat bebanan. Hmm…jangan angkat berat2 sangat, ikut kemampuan laa… 
3. Banyakkan minum air kosong. 
4. Parking kenderaan jauh sikit daripada tempat yang hendak dituju supaya boleh berjalan. 
5. Utamakan naik tangga dari naik lif. 
6. Kurangkan makan di luar. Masakan sendiri kita boleh kawal garam, lemak dan sebagainya. 
7. Jangan simpan coklat, biskut raya, chekedis atau junk food di pejabat (terutama kat drawer tu). 
8. Jangan abaikan sarapan pagi, tetapi makan makanan berserat tinggi seperti oat. 
9. Jangan selalu timbang berat badan tapi guna ukuran seperti seluar dah longgar, boleh pakai jeans dengan selesa atau cuba kembali tshirt2 yang dah lama tak dipakai. 
10. Jangan target terlampau tinggi sangat, turun 1kg sebulan adalah lebih sihat berbanding 4kg dalam 1 bulan. 11. Libatkan keluarga dalam proses ini. Senaman bersama keluarga lebih bermakna bagi mengeratkan hubungan. 
12. Lepas senaman atau aerobik jangan la pergi makan nasi lemak atau kena ABC pulak. 
13. Bagitau kawan2 atau keluarga target anda dan catat pencapaian anda dalam diari atau blog atau kat mana2 sajalah. 
14. Bagi reward kepada diri sendiri jika target tercapai. 
15. Mulakan SEKARANG dan jgn bertangguh2 lagi utk mencapai berat badan yg sihat. 

Apapun, jika anda malas atau tiada keazaman yang kuat, tips-tips mudah tersebut pasti terasa susah utk dipraktikkan, Tapi kalau nak seribu daya kan? Selamat mencuba!

Movie to watch - Opens On Friday, September 19, 2008 | Runtime:1 hr. 33 min.- rated R- a disturbing sexual assault of a young girl and brief sexuality

Synopsis: Lewellen lives with her stern religious zealot grandmother, Grammie (Piper Laurie), but spends most of her time down the hill with her much-adored Daddy (David Morse) in his falling down shack. Daddy is wild and rough and brings home a beautiful but troubled woman (Robin Wright Penn) who has a mysterious history with him and comes and goes when his drink and abuse becomes too much for her. But while she's around, Lewellen’s longing heart reaches for her love. Lewellen is deeply talented and finds comfort and safety, as well as a place to put her hurt and rage, in the music of Elvis Presley. When Elvis Presley comes to town for a concert, Buddy tries to get Lewellen a ticket to his concert and arranges for her to do her Elvis impersonation for a local teenager in exchange for tickets. During the impersonation, the teenager attacks Lewellen and steals her innocence. It is only the caretaker Charles (Afemo Omilami) who can see the spirit in Lewellen and save her soul....

Humanity is lost in modern world of gruesome and swift ransom, she's too innocent too die

Yesterday in JB : Kidnap and murder victim, Lai Ying Xin was murdered within 24 hours after she was kidnapped in front of a supermarket where she was working part-time.

A group of youths kidnapped a 16-year-old schoolgirl, murdered her and torched the body in Kulai Jaya last Friday night. The kidnappers then demanded a RM33,000 ransom from Lai Ying Xin's family to secure her 'release'! The family paid the ransom, unaware that the victim's decomposing body was dumped at some undergrowth in Taman Putri. 

It is understood that Lai's body was set ablaze to destroy any tell-tale sign which might identify her killers who are known to the victim's family.The police believe the teenager was murdered within 24 hours after she was kidnapped in front of a supermarket where she was working part-time. 

Johor police deputy chief Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said acting on information, a police team arrested a 16-year-old school dropout and two men in a Perodua Kembara in Kulai at 6.15pm yesterday. He said two-thirds of the ransom money was seized from the suspects. Tun Hisan said about an hour later, another 16-year-old suspect was nabbed to facilitate investigations into the kidnap-cum-murder. 

Following interrogation of the four, the police were led to the undergrowth in Taman Putri about 1.40am today, where Lai's charred remains were found. While the police are waiting for post-mortem results to determine Lai's cause of death, the suspects were remanded until Sept 21 to facilitate investigations under Section 3 of the Kidnapping Act 1961 which carries a death sentence, or life imprisonment and whipping upon conviction. 

Describing it as a tragic case, Tun Hisan said despite the victim's family paying the ransom money to the kidnappers about 3am yesterday, the girl was not returned. He said the family knew the identity of the kidnappers. "The victim was a bright student...she scored distinctions in seven subjects in the Penilaian Menengah Rendah examination last year. 

Last Friday, Lai failed to return home by 9pm after her part-time job at a supermarket. About 6.20am the following day, her mother received a call from the kidnappers, demanding for a sum of ransom money. Acting on a report by the victim's family, the police formed a special task force to rescue Lai. -BERNAMA

ISA detainee Blogger- Raja Petra Kamaruddin, who is the editor of Malaysia Today, was allowed to see his wife and two children at the Bukit Aman police headquarters yesterday. Raja Petra's wife Marina Abdullah had arrived at the police headquarters accompanied by several supporters at 10.20am Tuesday but only she and her daughters, aged 19 and 34, were allowed to see Raja Petra.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

No Words To Say As The Day Remains

Kelana Jaya, 15 September 2008 : The crowd cheers to Anwar's claim that the change of government is imminent! That it is likely can, may, will or probably wish to occur at any time.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Femestalent Que Alynnz

Female Age: 27+ D.O.B 28.11.1980 Height: 168cm Weight: 45kgs Measures 32.26.2 Character: Happy go lucky, easy going and friendly but serious in work. Location: Singapore. Occupation: an Operational Manager in SME company and part time Model. Ambitious to be Actress & TVC talentContact  email Alynnz

Basic Colours Of Art Festival

DID you know that the 
Malaysian Constitution
has been amended more than 600 times since 1957? The Centre for Independent Journalism’s interactive exhibition, one of three concurrent exhibitions at the Black & White Festival at The Annexe, Central Market in Kuala Lumpur, highlights some of these changes and asks you to mark your preferences between the original and the amended ones.

The Black & White Fest is a mini multi-arts festival featuring black and white images that explore diversity, politics and film history in Malaysia. There  is also a photography exhibition where 10 Malaysian photographers, through their black & white prints, seek diversity in a monochromatic world. All works are shot on black and white film and printed on silver gelatin paper. Meanwhile film-maker Amir Muhammad and designer Liza Manshoor celebrate the 75th anniversary of Malay cinema by turning hundreds of “found” black & white stills from early Malay films into quirky and affordable posters. This exhibition, called Wayang Kita-Kita, also implicitly acknowledges the crucial role of piracy in constructing our cultural memory. 
Catch the Black & White Fest which ends Oct 5 from 11am to 7pm at The Annexe, Central Market, KL. Admission is FREE.

A Tribute To Old Skool

I've been following the magazine eversince I released CORMS back in 1995. Somewhat after 13 years being a loyal reader, I couldn't get the last issue of  PUNK PLANET 80 when they stopped publishing it last September. I did agree with what Pop Candy wrote a year ago...yea we really miss the mag literally.

Zaid : ISA should be used specifically for terrorists, communists and subversive elements

KOTA BARU (Sept 14, 2008) : The Internal Security Act (ISA) should be used specifically to stem the activities of terrorists, communist subversives and those attempting to topple the government by force, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Zaid Ibrahim said today.

He said the ISA should be used for the stated purpose and "we keep to that". The country has many laws which could be applied in issues such as racial tension and threats to national security, he told reporters at his residence.

Zaid was asked to comment on the detention of Malaysia Today blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin, Seputeh Member of Parliament Teresa Kok and Sin Chew Daily reporter Tan Hoon Cheng under the ISA on Friday. Tan was released yesterday. "We have many laws which the police could have used to detain the three people without having to use the ISA. We have the Sedition Act and the Penal Code," he said.

Zaid also said many other approaches could be employed to minimise racial differences or issues, including through dialogue sessions and peaceful discussions. Meanwhile, Zaid is expected to contest the post of Kota Baharu Umno Division head in a straight fight with the acting head Datuk Mohd Fatmi Salleh.

Zaid was suspended as the division head for 18 months from Jan 1 last year, and the Umno Supreme Council decided that he cannot lead the division after serving out the suspension and had to wait until the next divisional election.  -- BERNAMA

[Demonstrators hold a candlelight vigil for the release of Malaysian blogger and oppositon's lawmaker outside a police headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 13 September 2008. Malaysian opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim said the arrests of an opposition lawmaker, a local reporter and a blogger revealed a Malaysian leadership was desperate to hold on to power, and echoed calls to free the trio.-EPA]

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