Saturday, 28 September 2013


I was bored thus I have played the game via FaceBook. It is 'Jom LIKE Felda Travel Campaign'.
I gave it a try whether I can win the first prize or anything. My campaign has been clicked 'LIKE' and not so long I was informed that I have won this last month. I was thrilled and excited how much I have like this social media they have offered. 

I'm the Weekly Winner of the Jom LIKE Felda Travel Campaign!

I have received this letter from them yesterday on 27/9/2013
- The gift is AEON RM20 Voucher -

I can use this to save to buy AEON voucher, yeah!

Thank you so much, Felda Travel Sdn Bhd!

Tuesday, 24 September 2013

#another Surprise #Free Movie #MALAVITA #Klips the Secret Hideout!

Aww... an another surprise I have won another FREE MOVIE, MALAVITA from Klips! It was good to win double at such short notice! I was so happy I will watch the shows! Thanked to my sweet cousin, Xinch who got the tickets for me from the as she was there. Hugsz!

It is good to be in the world of Social Media. Do join and learn to gain yourself. Benefit yourself with this social media would bring you the awesome of experiences you will get through.

I am still learning this and thanked to my friend, Selina whom gives me some tips of working on social media. and I am gonna to love it in every way I do.

Stay tuned, will upload the picture soon.

Monday, 23 September 2013

#Cooking Contest #Nasi Briyani

On last Sunday, we members at World Deaf Mission Center at Puchong were having the cooking contest. The contest is Nasi Briyani.

Nasi Briyani is a rice-based dish made with spices, rice(usually basmati) and chicken, mutton, fish, eggs or vegetables. The name is derived from Persian word which means 'fried' or 'roasted'. 
Briyani was believed to have been invented in the kitchen of the Muslim Mughal Emperors. It is very popular in South Asia and is a key element of the South Asian cuisine. Huderabad, Malabar, Delhi, Agra, Dhaka, Kashmir, Kolkata, Lucknow and Lahore, are the main centres of briyani cuisine. 

I joined Team B with brothers and sisters in Christ. What a wonderful contest I have experienced. After weeks by weeks finding the perfect Nasi Beriyani cooking in YouTube. and I ended up not so sure how to make it. Luckily the help of my brother in Christ, we all are able to progress the cooking Nasi Beriyani out well.

Now I know how to cook Nasi Beriyani. Hopefully I can cook for you someday :D

Saturday, 21 September 2013

#Surprise #Free Pass #The Flu #Klips

Remember I have mentioned I have won movie Free Pass to The Flu show? Well, last week Friday I chose the movie and share it to my FaceBook in the morning. When it came to close my working hours office, while I was waiting outside office, there this email has beeped to my mobile and I take a look.

Yeah. I have won the FREE MOVIE from Surprise for me. I never win any such before. So I whatssap Selina about it and we were going to collect the tickets at

On 20th Sept 2013, we both went to find the office at 1 Tech Park at Bandar Utama yet it is an hideout office. Then we have arrived there and got a security guard to get us the pass to lift. It was great to walk through the building, very structured one! And yet we were still on the search to the office.

Different office companies
Yeah there are of us taking photo together that I have won for 2 tix!
I won THE FLU movie, yeah!                   
The office...very awesome!
Then Selina took the photos around whilst I have asked the staffs on how work on such projects. Before we were leaving, I asked where was my cousin whom has been to the office for sometimes.

It was nice to see the!

Then we headed to Paradigm Mall for our dinner! Enjoy the pic of us having our scrumptious of Japanese cuisine. Yummy!

Watami Restaurant
Our dinner

Thursday, 19 September 2013

#Surprise #Invitation #P1 Event

Last week, my friend Selina has asked me to join the Invitation to the P1 Event of their 5th Anniversary for bloggers which was held at their GreenPacket1 Headquater Office at Jalan Templer, Petaling Jaya. She sent me the link and I got and made the RSVP to the event on Wednesday, 18th Sept 2013.

Until yesterday was a new thing for me to experience the event as a blogger for the first time. I used to know the GreenPacket1 office but never to take a real time to experience their organization. I brought my man as my guest whilst Selina brought her friend, James.

When we have arrived there by 7pm and showed them my RSVP. We got freebies and entered the hall in the 11th floor. It was nice hall in the office. Thank goodness James can interpreted for us during the event since all of us are Deaf. It was a quite an experience after all.

They invited us to keep playing without limits by launching a special unlimited quota promotion for two of its award-winning wireless home broadband plans.

We were introduced to the P1 Ceo and team by welcoming us as bloggers. They introduced us the P1, the unlimited quota!

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Since its inception, P1 has received the following accolades:
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● Malaysia Book of Records - Malaysia’s first WiMAX telco
2009    ● Malaysia APICTA Best of Start-Up Companies
2010    ● Frost & Sullivan Malaysia Telecom Awards – Most Promising Service Provider of the Year
● Malaysia Effie Awards - “Sudah Potong?” Campaign (Gold)
2011    ● Best Enterprise Brand by Global Golden Brand Awards
● Global Leadership Awards – Internet Category
2012    ● GoMobile – Best Home Broadband

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We were given some brief of the introduction P1 and everyone of us took group photo. We even were asking whether we were hungry or play the games first. The first thing was we all were in so hungry. And we were leaded to the dinner they have prepared for us.

When they leaded us to the place, I thought it was a hall something like but we ended up to the top roof and yes it was the top with welcoming us to the dinner having the beautiful colourful of lights and balloons and everything.

Top View from GreenPacket1, it looked so beautiful!
Bloggers started their giggling around and staffs of P1 prepared everything
The event went so well with games, food and enjoyed the view all at the top!
We even took photo with our P1 Ceo

#Deaf #Breaking the Silence #Local Uni #STAROnline

Breaking the Silence

 Plucked from The STAR online, Sept 19th 2013
PETALING JAYA: Imagine not being able to hear a thing while your teacher gives lessons to the rest of the class.
You strain to lip-read as you scribble down whatever is projected on the LCD screen.
To avoid lagging, you borrow your friends' notes and later consult your teacher about the lesson, using only a pen and paper to communicate.
This is what a typical day is like for a deaf university student.
Fakhrul Razzi, on his life as a University student
Fakhrul Razzi, 24, who has just completed a diploma in Business Management, shares the problems he faced as the only deaf student in his public university.
"Sometimes, lecturers teach without visual aids because it is an inconvenience to prepare the material. This means I have to approach my classmates for help or else I will be left behind," said Fakhrul.
The lack of basic infrastructure like LCD projectors in classrooms also hampers learning for the deaf.
Fakhrul, who mostly communicates with his classmates through writing, said interacting and socialising were among the hardest challenges he faced as a student.
"It is difficult to keep up with my friends who can hear but I take it in my stride," he said in relation to things that were lost in translation.
Fakhrul rarely uses the free sign-language interpreting service provided by the Malaysian Federation of the Deaf (MFD) because of the interpreter's travel costs that he has to bear and the availability of interpreters on short notice.
"Universities should strive to provide interpreters, or at least notes, LCD projectors and PowerPoint slides for disabled students," said Fakhrul, who one day hopes to open his own advertising and marketing company.
Even though deaf students are faced with many barriers, they can still overcome hurdles and do well in education.
"There are those who manage to be on the Dean's list. We also have two deaf students who are currently pursuing their Master's degree," said MFD president Mohamad Sazali Shaari.
The MFD also advocates for facilities for the deaf in universities.
"Ideally, there should be an availability of interpreters and facilities such as internet connections and video chat services for the deaf," Sazali added.
"There is a need for English interpreters as many classes are conducted in English," said Farhan Kamarzaman, 23, a deaf student currently pursuing his diploma in the Multimedia University.
When it comes to seeking higher education, the deaf are left in a dilemma.
"Sign language interpreters need to be at a higher level or on par with the deaf student. For example, a deaf PhD student requires an interpreter with similar qualifications.
"The interpreter needs to have proficiency of language and specific knowledge to interpret for conferences and research. It is hard to find someone suitable to fulfill this criteria," said Sazali.
Despite all obstacles, the deaf have come a long way in overcoming their disability.
"We have deaf individuals working both the public and private sectors. Many have good positions in their respective industries," says Sazali with a smile.
There this an another page to come in the StarOnline today. Surprising to know that more Deafs are interesting to keen on their studies to local Universities. I hope by this Breaking the Silence will help to promote Deaf Awareness publicly with the help of the Malaysian Federation of Deaf (MFD). By this way, the MFD should do more projects/ workshops to have the conduction to work with the Ministry of Education, Malaysia Government, local Government and Private University to provide the interpreter services and video chat online services for those Deafs are in need. The Deaf people who are interesting to take up some course to enrol a local university, they should make more awareness about Deafness publicly so they will give us space to have the respect equally by each other in class or everywhere.

Deafs should always seek the opportunity to meet their own criteria by asking the help from the MFD, the Ministry of Education to name a few in many ways to open up the road for their own benefits.

It is the time we change the world, our country Malaysia a better place to provide such services for the disable people, especially for the Deaf people.

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

#Deaf #Local Uni's #STAROnline

Few Deaf students attending Malaysian universities

Mohamad Sazali Shaari, the President of Malaysian Federation of Deaf (MFD)

     Plucked from The STAR online, Sept 18th 2013
PETALING JAYA: There are 55,000 hearing-impaired individuals registered with social welfare, but less than 20 are currently pursuing their education at a local university.
 “The primary obstacle is a lack of acceptable grades in languages, mostly English” says Mohamad Sazali Shaari, President of the Malaysian Federation of the Deaf (MFD), who is Deaf himself.
Yet, there is government-sponsored affirmative action in place that gives the deaf preferential university entrances.
On top of that, some private institutions are offering fee reductions ranging from 50-70% to Deaf students.
Yet most Deaf students end their studies after going through polytechnics and vernacular programmes.
Most universities expect credits in English and Bahasa Malaysia, at least, before a student is considered eligible. Overcoming the language barrier is an uphill task, says Sazali.
“If we cannot hear, how can we speak? The sounds you make are also important in language”
“Poorly-qualified teachers are the main problem. Often, they get sent to special schools and are tasked with Deaf education even though they are not proficient in sign language,” he said.
“So, how can they teach effectively?
“Teachers of the Deaf must be specially-skilled in extending the meaning of language to students."
"Otherwise, pupils will not be able to understand subtle linguistic nuances. Sometimes, teachers are switched and assigned to areas out of their expertise."
According to Sazali, teachers without any special education background or those with qualifications to teach other disabilities end up with Deaf students. In these cases, both teachers and students end up becoming victims, he said.
The recent Malaysian Education Blueprint also recognised the shortage of qualified Special Education teachers and the need for disabled-friendly facilities in schools.
To help fix the problem, all teachers will be provided basic special education training modules at IPGs (Institut Pendidikan Guru) and public universities.
Existing special education programmes will also be strengthened and additional initiatives will be undertaken such as forming partnerships with other organisations to help improve support for special needs students.
Sazali recommended that all teachers in Deaf schools be made to have sign language certification before being posted.
“Having only Special Education credentials for teachers is not enough if we want Deaf students to succeed in schools,” he says.
No reply to questions posed by The Star Online has been received from the Special Education Department of the Ministry of Education as to the predicament of teachers and Deaf students in schools and universities.

I am plucking this special paragraph knowing that Deaf are the only few to study in a few of local Universities. It is true that each of Deaf schools need the qualified Sign Language teacher with understanding of Deaf Cultural will be able to do the well in class. With my own experienced as a Deaf student in a Deaf school, there are experienced sign language teachers + understandable of Deaf Culture, they were able to teach the Deaf students (both the weak and brilliant in language). Of course some are not doing well in language, but excellent in art. Compared to unqualified sign language teachers and not really into the world of Deaf Cultural, it is admitted that they faced the difficulty in teaching the language to the Deaf students. To improve the standard of special education system especially in Deaf schools, they should know how to get along well with the students' weakness to the better way in class. To have the play + study in class is important all the time as the Deaf students get bore fast especially when it comes to language. Teacher has to get the point to make all of them to love language by telling some interesting of jokes, short stories, visitations and exchange ideas will help this system much to get improve. 
Deaf students are ain't that so weak, they just need your help with full attention of affection. They will be do well in studies and sports too.

Being a role of teacher should play the right attitudes : Patience, Understanding and Flexible = SUCCESSful teacher to the Deaf student. be PASSION!

In other hand, parents are also the main important role for a Deaf child. Parents should give the full attention of affection and patience toward a Deaf child in everything. Take a Deaf child like your own. Do not ever neglect her/him for being a handicap. A Deaf child is a wonderful who will always have the compassion to love you all in return. Parents who learn sign language to communicate with their Deaf child is the key to enable him/her to do well in language. She/He will be able to master the language fast with the right proper is given education by parents. Communication in the family house is very important to a Deaf child to see, understand and learn with everybody, he/she will be able to gain a lot of knowledges to share with, live a meaningful life, enjoy and love by its nature will have the bright side for her/his future. 

With such effective ways of system will bring the successful to enable More Deaf to get into local Universities. 

Tuesday, 17 September 2013

#Surprises #More to come

It has been a while I have blogged out to enjoy the good weekend rest + Public Holiday which has started from yesterday.

16th September 2013 - is a Malaysia Day, our Public Holiday in the country. It shows us that we, the multi-cultural are unites one in harmony. Peace be upon our country remembering we, as ONE forever!

Last week Thursday before the holiday has began, my friend Selina has called me to join the P1 event at PJ. So I did so. In the later night, I was asked for confirmation of RVSP to the P1 invitation. I sent the reply and got the confirmation already. The guest would be my man. The event is going to be held on 18th September 2013, Wednesday evening by 7pm. I hope this event will gives me a new experience as a blogger.

Later the following day on Friday, I was damn bored and I checked my online registrations. and I chose movies I want in KLIPS by Says.Com to share in my FaceBook. Then I saw my movies has been clicked by my two friends. I let it be till I was almost come to the office working hours has ended. There my mobile has been beeped an email saying that I have won 2 tix to THE FLU! I was surprised by this way being up in such in the late evening. After been trying for failed 7 movies, ha ha! Yeah, I now really have won it! Thanked to my friend, Selina for encouraging me to join such social media. It requires a lot of patience and keep trying and trying again. I will be going to collect the tickets soon by this week. ><

Stay tuned, my friends!

Thursday, 12 September 2013

#New Launch #Emergency App #SaveME 999 for the Disabled

I have always wondering why we, Deaf people do not have such app for emergency call since my cousin who has had set up iOS app such as 'Watch Over Me'. It is quite popular among us, especially in the hearing world. 

We, Deaf people are also in need for own safety all time. Thanked to the Malaysia Government, Ministry of Communications and Multimedia and Telekom Malaysia for this setting up for the disabled people.  

The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia, in collaboration with Telekom Malaysia (TMB) and supported by Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development today has launched a new smart phone application for emergency service, aptly named SaveME 999.

This purpose of setting up of SaveME 999 to benefit People with Disabilities (PwDs), specifically for individuals with hearing and speech-impairment, is the latest enhancement to the Malaysian Emergency Response Services 999 (MER 999).

How does this app, SaveME 999 works out for you?
The SaveME 999, an application utilities the Geographical Positioning System (GPS) in smart phones to identify the location of the user. When the application is activated, the location of the users is identified through GPS and it will be transmitted to the MERS 999 Response Center (MERS 999 RC)

It is a smart other way to be used by this app to witness the robbery, rape, fire and much more cases, you may report to the emergency call center immediately without any worries. This app does not necessarily require any voice sound to make call/ speak up but to type and send the HELP!

Those who are still not sure on how to use this app. SaveME 999. You may download the app through on these:-
*Google Play
*iOS Apple

          Do visit this website for more information

Hope this tip help you to use this. Be alerted all time. 

Monday, 9 September 2013

#Finally to the south! @Johor Bahru

The last I have visited Johor Bahru whom I have attended my uncle's wedding back in the year of 2005 (it has been 8 years ago). Have not visited around which was a vivid memory for me. I never imagined that I would visit Johor Bahru again. Well, my man, our couple friend and I have been planning to visit JB and we visited the place over last weekend. What a good short trip!

It was last Friday, a quite rush time after my working hours I have not showered, sob sob. My man and his friend have picked me and the friend's wife up from our work places. We stopped by a petrol station to fill up the car petrol and bought some food/ drink for the journey a while. And there was a very long jam at NKVE headed to the south at 8.30pm. I was so tired after work, so I took a short nap during the journey. Moreover, it was a heavy rainy throughout along the highway and we drove slowly. And I was awake and asked to open my phone GPS to turn it on and directed to our friend's place at Tampoi. I found that we were  still at You Peng, as I thought we have entered Johor but the GPS showed us that we got 1 more hour 15 mins to go! I was surprised why that. Then I took a minute to think and understood that Johor is big! 

It took us 4 hours. Thanked to God and my GPS phone which helped us to reach our friend's place safely. We had our late open raya house dinner at midnight sighs! Then we were helpless to look for hotel to stay. Erm.. Luckily found one hotel which was still available, we have finally booked! Thanks for everything in a big relieved I had all the way down to JB. 


An Introduction of Johor Bahru
Johor Bahru, abbreviated as JB is the captial city of Johor in southern Malaysia, just across the causeway from Singapore. Johor Bahru is the southernmost city of the Eurasian mainland. Pasir Pelangi, the royal village is located within Johor Bahru. 

Johor Bahru is also known as Iskandar Malaysia. It is encompassing Johor Bahru, Johor Bahru Tengah, Kulaijaya, Pasir Gudang and Nusajaya, a major development zone in Johor. It was named after the late Sultan Iskandar Al-Haj. At 2215 km, it is two-and-a half times bigger than Singapore and 48 times the size of Putrajaya. It is intended to draw investment and business to Johor and will be among the biggest development projects in Malaysia. The state administrative capital moves to Nusajaya. Residential areas includes Bukit Indah and Horizon Hills townships. 

For Your Info :-
Johor Bahru's metropolitan area can be easily divided into four parts - North, East, West and South.

North - Its main centre is Taman Johor Jaya, and it can be accessed via the trunk road, Jalan Tebrau. There can be a relatively frequent peak hour jam along this road. Recently, the Austin area has been a hive for constructions activities with the latest Jusco Tebrau City locating in its vicinity. 

East - The main hubs here are Pasir Gudang which is both a port city as well as a manufacturing hub and Masai.

West - Probably one of the largest areas of the four, its hub is Skudai and important housing estates such as Taman Ungku Tun Aminah, Taman Skudai Baru, Taman Bukit Indah, Taman Perling and Taman Nusa Bestari are located here. 

South - The main city centre is located on the southern part of the city which has a link to Singapore via the causeway. It is an area with housing estates which have been around for more than three decades. Important estates include Taman Pelangi, Taman Century and Taman Sentosa.


The next morning day was still cloudy, thanked to the beautiful weather. We all can go out in chilly and enjoy the day we planned. 

It is Hotel Suan Bee, a 3 star accommodation

We all gang went to jalan - jalan around JB, took us a far places to go. JB is indeed a big state! Eventually, we were down at a place makan Malay food. Then we all were going to the JB Deaf Association office to stay there a while and followed my friend to this place, Sultan Ibrahim Building where there was an arty festival 2013.

10th ARTS FESTIVALS 2013 all over Johor Bahru

Built in 1940, this grey-bricked building is located on top of Bukit Timbalan. It used to house the State Secretariat, the Chief Minister office (Menteri Besar), State Assembly Hall and the offices of the state government. The building is an architectural blend of British colonial, Malay and Saracenic elements. It has distinctive, 64m - high Mughal style tower.
Visiting hours : Mon - Thu (8am - 12.45pm) & (2pm - 5pm)
                Fri (9am - 12.15pm) & (2.45pm - 5pm)
                   Closed on Sat, Sun and Public Holidays.

When we were at the Arty Festival, I was waiting for my friend to come over where he stays at Ulu Tiram which is quite far from JB. There he came over and it was a very joyful to see him after a long time he had the last farewell in Penang. And thanked to him for guiding us all to the good dinner at this Roost Juice Bar, a retro cafe back to the 60s-70s (Happy Hour) with the very creative and unique decorations! It is indeed of vintage ambiance. Recalls me back to the time of Saloma.

Roost Juice Bar
9 Jalan Dhoby, Johor Bahru, Malaysia

My friend, Hai whom I have known in Penang time before he has moved back to his own hometown, Johor.

The next day, our last at JB. Time flies but tiring! We had our breakfast at this small shop. It is Siew Nyonya Tradtional Food. 

my Herbal Tea

JB Curry Mee
JB Red Wine Mee Suah  

The state secretariat building has moved to this place, Sultan Ismail in Johor Bahru. A big and beautiful place. 

After that, we visited the Sultan Ismail Building we took a round visit JB jalan-jalan

We then makan at Pizza Hut @ Sultan Ibrahim Building near the Larkin Bus Station. We all had fun, by making new friends. What a good thing to know each other.

We were going back to the Arty Festival again for an another small meeting up with friends. After that, took dinner and light supper with my man's friend at a mamak before we all were made up to our plan going back to the KL city by 10pm! I will make it an another round trip to JB and Spore again.

See you in JB soon! 

Wednesday, 4 September 2013

#Korean Cuisine @ 1 Utama

It was a piece of photo I took at 1 Utama with my girl friend. It was a nice time to see her again. We had a great time having our Korean cuisine there.

Its Beef with rice cake, seaweed and vegetable

Monday, 2 September 2013

#Little Homemade Desserts

 I thought of desserts to be made. Finally here they were. They were delicious to taste. 

Who loves durian? I took a packet of Durian jelly. Pour into sauce pan to stir it and boiled until cool. 
Store in the fridge and it looked great in shape. 
To taste better, the durian jelly was cut into pieces added with cream.

Who loves healthy low fat yogurt? To have good digestion of drinking. Take fruits! 3 fruits with cream, yogurt, bit of water and ice cubes to blend it up & serve!
Feels fresh!