I’ll do my best to find my dreams and goals.
(Shikkari to shita mejirushi, yume mitsukete makezuni ganbarou.)
I’ll do my best to find my dreams and goals.
(Shikkari to shita mejirushi, yume mitsukete makezuni ganbarou.)
Before you know it, your Facebook page can become a haven for people you don’t speak to any more, annoying parents you once chatted to at the school gates and ex-work colleagues who love boasting about their ‘wonderful’ life. Let’s face it, the people you mingle with in the digital world can have a serious impact on your health and happiness.
Here are a few familiar faces you should probably say a virtual goodbye to:
1. The Showoff
Yes, while it was fun at first to be really nosy, looking at their holiday snaps and seeing what they were up to, their constant posts about what a wonderful life they have makes you feel as if your life is inadequate. Ditch anyone that makes you feel guilty about the things you’re blessed with, or people that make you feel super unpopular.
2. The Arguer
It’s time to say goodbye to the people who just use Facebook as a platform to start arguments. They often have controversial views that just result in a long timeline of people bickering with one another. Delete those who use the site to post offensive things simply to antagonise you, it’s not worth it.
3. The Reality TV contestant
They air their dirty laundry all over their Facebook page, with no privacy spared – and they sometimes even go as far as arguing with their partners in a public message. Although at times it can be undeniably fun to watch drama unfold, if you’re looking to lose some drama in your life, this could be a good start.
4. The Cryptic Coder
Who’s worse than the person airing their dirty laundry? The person that does it but doesn’t give anything away. This person stays pretty private, but in the most over-the-top and public way possible. ‘I’m so angry – I can’t believe some people and the lengths they go to.’ What lengths? What person? Who’s done what? Tell me now! These people do it to cause drama and draw attention, and you shouldn’t be giving in to them. Wave goodbye and remove them from your life.
5. The Gamer
We all hate those annoying invites to play things like Candy Crush, but they can be pretty addictive. Stop all communication with people you don’t really know that send you annoying gaming requests, it’ll stop you spending all your spare time playing addictive puzzles online. If it’s someone you want to remain friends with, just give them a little warning that you don’t like it.
6. The OTT Parent
You know the one – the dad who just loves to show off about his children’s achievements or the grandmother that can’t stop posting whole photo albums of her grandchildren. Okay, we get it: you love your children, and the odd photo is cute, but please stop bombarding my timeline with your perfect family!
7. The Criticiser
They are always the first person to criticise what you’re doing or what you’ve said. ‘Wow, that really can’t be good for you,’ they write, when you post a picture of that amazing dessert you’ve just scoffed, or ‘I think you’re so wrong,’ when you post an opinion about current affairs. It’s great to have some debate – to an extent – but never let someone else dictate how you should use your Facebook page. If they don’t like it, do them a favour and swiftly unfriend them.
8. The Boss
We’re not quite sure why you’d have your boss on Facebook anyway (unless you really are BFFs), but we strongly recommend you deleting them. Okay it could get pretty awkward at work, but do you really want them seeing everything you’ve been up to? They’ll start piecing together things like your late night out with friends and the fact you were 10 minutes late into work the next day.
9. The Stranger
We can guarantee you won’t speak to most of your Facebook friends in real life, so have a digital spring clean and remove a few that you really wouldn’t miss. That way, your Facebook becomes a place where you can keep in touch with those you really want to hear about. Trust us, those you delete probably won’t miss you either.
On 25th June 2017, all-over Muslim in Malaysia and the same time region, are celebrating Eid-ul Fitr. For the western country will celebrating a day after. Eid-ul Fitr this year not much different from last year. But, my mother said;
I don’t know but this year or the other year before, it just regular. Except for yesterday as the first day of Syawal. The month to celebrating Eid-ul Fitr after we fasting in month of holiness Ramadan. The environment for celebrating Raya has decrease, no more kids come to visiting as I was sure. The kids now days just stay at home playing smartphone, tablet and etc. Even my niece and nephew, the technology make them really need to behave. Parenting should take more seriously, disappointed for spoiled children. If they were not get smartphone or tablet to play, the children really annoying as they keep crying, act foolish and talk so roughly to their parent.
This year my mom sponsor for the Eid-ul Fitr cookies. I just make one type of cookies and the name of my cookies is Popia Gula. On Saturday, my brother and I went to Expo Aidilfitri at Selama, Perak. We buying some cookies, three pieces of box just for one price. Buying at the last-minute they will make auction, to clearance the cookies. I buy cookies that have more pieces in box than the good looks of the cookies. My brother picks some cassava crackers, two packs of salty cheesy flavor and one is spicy crackers the same price. The other one is what I paid is Bahulu. Bahulu is very traditional Malay cookies.
Then, my brother picks two other cookies, as he really like these cookies. He picks the Almond London and Corn Flacks cookies. This price is really expensive for twenty-five pieces. The Almond London cookies I usually can making by myself and I am not making this year because I lost on budgets as I take long holiday and no working yet.
Honestly, I really disappointed yesterday as the problem with water supplies. Every time in Eid-ul Fitr, water supplies has stop. To many complaints about water supplies in this state. My village also had this problem, no water until the evening. I really stated to my parents, I hate this state.
Actually, this year I thought Eid-ul Fitr will on Monday. But, The Council has the decided as Eid-ul Fitr on Sunday.
On the evening, my childhood friends coming visit. She was my neighbors but she moves after get to different Secondary school. She already married and had two beautiful daughters. Thank you for coming.
I would like to wishes to all over Muslims and followers;
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Today at 3rd of June, in the Hijiri year is 8 Ramadan 1438, meaning of that today already eight-day Muslim’s peoples fasting. This a little bit of different but not totally. Last year Ramadan start at 6th of June and that time I was on night shift at workplace. Being a work at night shift, company had provided a free meal for us. The company has quite creative to make the voucher meal for staff and it reusable. Not like my other company that I had been working on before.
The first day of Ramadan last year, I was the first day night shift. Arrived at workplace and pull on jumpsuit, head to in front of PECVD department for briefing. Line up with colleagues, selfie, chit-chat and waiting line leader, production engineers and more. After briefing, production engineer said that company will give us food for iftar. We all feeling great and thankful. Canteen at this not like other canteen, small, one windows for food and other one for drink.
In production line, main operator and operator discuss who is going to take break or iftar. I was and always first. So, the other operator will have a iftar in production but not a big meal. It’s only drink some water, a carton water. At 7.25pm, colleagues and I, headed to canteen and line up to get a food. Give the meal voucher to person in-charges and take food and sit down waiting for Adhan. I capture every time getting a voucher meal card.
However, for PECVD got notice that our department have to iftar outside canteen. It means “outside” and I was like “what!!”. At the first we having a iftar outside, my co-worker and I did not change the production clothes. We look different but not weird, as we already had a fire drill before, so we are not changing.
Hence, we had to change to normal clothes that because it’s was wrong to go outside with jumpsuit. Changing jumpsuit take a more time and time is valuable. The company so strict about time. You have 30 minute for iftar like regular break time but when had to changing clothes, take food, go outside and eat. Like you are not having like a dinner or iftar. Every time to changing a clothes had to locker, then you going to return to canteen where the air shower door take time to open and take almost 25 second to do air shower.
Urrghhh!! so not good about that.
In fact, air shower time can be change to specific count but to many hand, play the timer and cheat the door. Security had to remove the part in the air shower to maximum the quality of enviroment in the factory.
For one things, if I got chance to get out early from production, I just go to canteen looking suitable place to eat. The canteen was crowded and everyone got a seat, the noisy environment after Adhan was heard from someone phone. The canteen so quiet and everyone eat. What so funny, everyone is silent when the stomach is going to fill with foods.
The best memories about having iftar at this workplace. So different.
The end of Ramadan, where everyone got a pay check. Our main operator buys us a Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) it only for our machine. Our machine has 5 people include our main operator and me. Besides, our free meal and one box of snack plate box each. I desire to eat a KFC before. So this is lucky day to get a KFC. My favourite most is Coleslaw. Thank you main operator for the KFC.
Thank you JA Solar for free meal Ramadan 2016 at workplace, Penang Malaysia.
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This year got to be a different from last year at 2016. Why?
I was taking a long rest from working. Target to get working officially in the end of July.
I was trying to writing this around 10pm at June 1st, 2017. Unfortunately, too much attraction to other things and a lack of focusing, there is no guarantee for publish on the first June, Sadly. There is no formatting on these writing.
I was on Facebook about 3 days before and got notification about someone birthday. Oh! On the 2nd of June is my friend’s birthday, I got to wishing him a birthday. Not like last year were I got to be friend with him at Facebook after his birthday. He was my first foreign friends. I do not know how to describe this relationship because he was a vendor at my workplace. He was engineer from the company that build the machine for my workplace. My former workplace. Bye-bye!!
Not finish yet, he was a real foreign friends. He from Japan. “Kon’nichiwa!!”
How could be the real friend? Real friends for me is you could meet him face to face, having a conversation and exchange something and holding hand. Ops!! Hold hand?!! Really??? ha-ha. It’s something unexpected happen. That it’s!
About a conversation, with my English is limited and not fluently and him as a Japanese, from what I know they very appreciative of mother tongue. I so sure he couldn’t be hearing what I said with the noisy environment at the workplace. However, I think a messaging is good conversation too. This is unexpected happen, I was dare to get his phone number. Yeah! I don’t think about the other things. Besides, I need a friend that time and not for something. He is Japanese, for me I cannot see Japanese people every day. How could I resist myself for not to get knowing people from different country in real life? so this is opportunity. I go to him with my heart beat something weird feel inside and felt so nervous. I ask him a phone numbers, he look shock. Of course, people will shock when strangers like me ask him a phone numbers. Really dude! Phone numbers, a private joke right? Not a jokes for me asking him a phone number. I already with my pen but not something to write on. Consider that I will not get his phone numbers, it’s okay that I don’t bring a piece of paper. I understand that, this situation isn’t right. Instead, he takes my left hand.
OMG! My hand is cold, my heart stops and I was like a statue. He writes phone numbers on the gloves which I am wearing, so my hand clean from ballpoint pen ink. At that times, I believe that I have been to another gigantic galaxy. Finish he writing a phone number, I said thank you and looked down respectfully, leaving him for continues my work. On the one hand, it could be useful when the machine is not working properly and need some inspections. He was a right person, which is he is the builder of the machine. Like his said about when I ask him what his jobs by social messenger apps.
Although, for the record that I not having a conversation yet after the end of December 2016. What I just did only like on Facebook. He did come to Penang around March this year and I not there anymore at Penang.
In different countries, the day chosen to mark Teachers Day has particular significance for the teaching profession there.
It may come as a surprise that Teachers Day — the day set aside to commemorate and honour the special work of teachers — is celebrated throughout the world on different days.
In our region, for instance, it falls on Jan 16 in Thailand; in Malaysia on May 16; in Brunei on Sept 23, in the Philippines on Oct 5; and in Singapore on the first Friday of September.
There is, of course, a World Teachers Day, which is celebrated on Oct 5. And some countries like Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Canada, Germany, Maldives, Myanmar, Qatar and the United Kingdom celebrate it on Oct 5.
Obviously, each of those days on which Teachers Day is celebrated has particular significance for the teaching profession for each of those countries.
In the different countries, the day chosen marks an important milestone in the history of education there, or the death or the birth of an important national educator.
So, why is May 16 designated as Teachers Day in Malaysia?
Quite simply, because this is the date the Razak Report was formally endorsed by the Federal Legislative Assembly of the Federation of Malaya in 1956, a year before independence.
The Report, named after Datuk Abdul Razak Hussein (later Tun), the country’s first Education Minister (and later the second Prime Minister), was pivotal in providing a framework for the education system in post-independent Malaya and later Malaysia.
One can only imagine the deliberations that may have gone on behind closed doors as members of the committee that produced the report grappled with the inherent problems of nation-building in this fledgling nation.
The country was demographically plural, with different schooling systems for its different communities, and the question that was surely at the forefront of the minds of the members of the committee then must have been “how do we lay the foundations for a united nation, from a diverse population with varied aspirations and hopes?”
This is clearly evident from the terms of reference of the report: to recommend …establishing a national system of education acceptable to the people of the Federation as a whole, which will satisfy their needs and promote their cultural, social, economic and political development as a nation…”
Crucially, the report recognised schooling was pivotal to the processes of national integration and sought ways in which this could be achieved.
It endorsed Malay as the national language of the country and recommended that all students would be required to study the language.
The report also confronted the complexity of the processes of nation-building in a multicultural, multilingual polity and steered clear of simplistic solutions to complex problems.
Rather than opt for a single, homogeneous school system for all students, the report recommended the establishment of, at the primary level, a national stream — called in the report, Standard schools — in which Malay was the medium of instruction, and a Standard-type school stream in which Chinese or Tamil were the medium of instruction.
While students going through the standard and standard-type school streams may have had their education through different medium of instruction, the report recommended common curriculum content for the standard and standard-type schools, thus confronting the issue of unity in diversity.
As these students progressed on to secondary school, the report recommended a single system.
And these recommendations were taken up in different ways in subsequent education reports that followed the Razak Report in the last 60 years.
As we celebrate Teachers Day on May 16 and honour the individual teachers who made a difference in celebrations held in various schools throughout the length and breadth of this nation, we are also reminded of the deliberations that went into the framing of the Razak Report that recognised diversity in forging national unity.
In a sense, some of the issues that were at the forefront back then in 1956 still remain with us today.
They are a sober reminder that nation-building is a process. It is a work in progress.
Happy Teachers Day 2017!
International Workers’ Day, also known as Labour Day in some countries, is a celebration of labourers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labour movement, socialists, communists or anarchists and occurs every year on May Day (1 May), an ancient European spring festival. The date was chosen for International Workers’ Day by the Second International, a pan-national organization of socialist and communist political parties, to commemorate the Haymarket affair, which occurred in Chicago on 4 May 1886. The 1904 International Socialist Conference in Amsterdam, the Sixth Conference of the Second International, called on “all Social Democratic Party organisations and trade unions of all countries to demonstrate energetically on the First of May for the legal establishment of the 8-hour day, for the class demands of the proletariat, and for universal peace.”
Being a traditional European spring celebration, May Day is a national public holiday in several European countries. The date is currently celebrated specifically as “Labour Day” or “International Workers’ Day” in the majority of countries, including those that didn’t traditionally celebrate May Day. Some countries celebrate a Labour Day on other dates significant to them, such as the United States, which celebrates Labor Day on the first Monday of September.
Happy Labor Day 2017
Wow, it been a two month not having any post. Does this post will get attention or just to remind that I’m still alive. 2nd March, start to typing again. What happen with March?
March can divide to three meaning and you can look-up for meaning by yourself.
March in the firstly that I know is the third month of the year and the second one is march meaning for parade. It’s remind me to my favourite Gothic Band My Chemical Romance song and the title “Welcome to the Black Parade”.
When I was a young boy,
My father took me into the city
To see a marching band.
He said, “Son when you grow up,
Would you be the saviour of the broken,
The beaten and the damned?”
He said “Will you defeat them,
Your demons, and all the non-believers,
The plans that they have made?”
“Because one day I’ll leave you,
A phantom to lead you in the summer,
To join The Black Parade.”
and the third is something a frontier or border area between two countries or territories, I just copy the meaning from the web. Honestly, I do not know this these third because my English limited. My English language only for certain occasional for daily usage.
What else with this March?!
OH!!! My lovely natural beauty sister, with 4 children already and quite a lot with different attitude and bunch of character. Arghhh!! My niece and nephew. In this month my sister will celebrate her birthday’s thirty-six anniversary. Hope this year will bring her to happiness and more easiest life.
My friends?! Who is on the march?! WordPress friends and followers?!
“Happy Birthday!! from me with my heart and along with your hope and wishes from other will lighten your life with positive spirit and happiness”.
It’s too much “with” in my post??! Hahaha…
On 21st December 2016, at the end of the shift it about 7pm. The assistant line leader, former line leader waiting at the exit of production of my section. I was curious what it is, looking so excited but I really good in by not showing my emotion.
There was a plastic bag on the table. My colleague, very happening for helping the assistant leader give other worker and I a gift from Santa. Santa Claus comes to my workplace. A little gift from Santa.