Hola September !

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Si sabes que ya llevo un rato mirándote
Tengo que bailar contigo hoy
(¡D.Y.!)
Vi que tu mirada ya estaba llamándome
Muéstrame el camino que yo voy, oh

Tú, tú eres el imán y yo soy el metal
Me voy acercando y voy armando el plan
Sólo con pensarlo se acelera el pulso

(Oh, yeah)
Ya, ya me está gustando más de lo normal
Todos mis sentidos van pidiendo más
Esto hay que tomarlo sin ningún apuro

Des-pa-cito
Quiero respirar tu cuello despacito
Deja que te diga cosas al oído
Para que te acuerdes si no estás conmigo
Des-pa-cito
Quiero desnudarte a besos despacito
Firmo en las paredes de tu laberinto
Y hacer de tu cuerpo todo un manuscrito

Sube, sube, sube
Sube, sube

Quiero ver bailar tu pelo
Quiero ser tu ritmo
Que le enseñes a mi boca
Tus lugares favoritos
(Favorito, favorito, baby)
Déjame sobrepasar tus zonas de peligro
Hasta provocar tus gritos
Y que olvides tu apellido

Si te pido un beso ven dámelo
Yo sé que estás pensándolo
Llevo tiempo intentándolo
Mami, esto es dando y dándolo
Sabes que tu corazón conmigo te hace bang-bang
Sabes que esa beba está buscando de mi bang-bang
Ven prueba de mi boca para ver cómo te sabe
Quiero, quiero, quiero ver cuánto amor a ti te cabe
Yo no tengo prisa, yo me quiero dar el viaje
Empecemos lento, después salvaje

Pasito a pasito, suave suavecito
Nos vamos pegando, poquito a poquito
Cuando tú me besas con esa destreza
Veo que eres malicia con delicadeza

Pasito a pasito, suave suavecito
Nos vamos pegando, poquito a poquito
Y es que esa belleza es un rompecabezas
Pero pa’ montarlo aquí tengo la pieza
¡Oye!

Des-pa-cito
Quiero respirar tu cuello despacito
Deja que te diga cosas al oído
Para que te acuerdes si no estás conmigo
Des-pa-cito
Quiero desnudarte a besos despacito
Firmo en las paredes de tu laberinto
Y hacer de tu cuerpo todo un manuscrito

Sube, sube, sube
Sube, sube

Quiero ver bailar tu pelo
Quiero ser tu ritmo
Que le enseñes a mi boca
Tus lugares favoritos
(Favorito, favorito, baby)
Déjame sobrepasar tus zonas de peligro
Hasta provocar tus gritos
Y que olvides tu apellido

Des-pa-cito
Vamo’ a hacerlo en una playa en Puerto Rico
Hasta que las olas griten “¡Ay, Bendito!”
Para que mi sello se quede contigo
¡Bailalo!

Pasito a pasito, suave suavecito
Nos vamos pegando, poquito a poquito
Que le enseñes a mi boca
Tus lugares favoritos
Favorito, favorito, baby
Pasito a pasito, suave suavecito
Nos vamos pegando, poquito a poquito
Hasta provocar tus gritos (Fonsi)
Y que olvides tu apellido (D.Y.)
Des-pa-cito

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PM : Delivering promises to people special National Day gift

KUALA LUMPUR: Nothing is more special as a National Day gift to the people than a government capable of delivering its promises to them from time to time, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

The Prime Minister said his administration did not wish to waste time staving off allegations but would rather remain committed and determined to focus on efforts to spur intensive economic growth for the sake of the people.

“The story of Malaysia’s independence continues to be infused with all kinds of success and achievement respected by friend and foe,” he said in his National Day 2017 message.

Malaysia, he said, was now widely referred to as a progressive nation developing fast based on a clear stand in such things as rejection of extremist ideologies, especially in combating the Islamic State threat.

“(The King of Saudi Arabia) King Salman Abdulaziz Al-Saud agreed to select Malaysia to locate the King Salman Centre for International Peace,” he said.

Najib also recalled some of the country’s latest achievements, one of which he said was registering an impressive Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth of 5.8 per cent for the second quarter of this year, one of the highest in the world.

He said Forbes magazine placed Malaysia at the forefront of all Asian countries for foreign investments while international rating agency Fitch Ratings also maintained Malaysia’s credit rating at A- with a stable outlook.

Referring to the position of Bank Negara’s international reserves, Najib said it had now increased to RM431bil, an ever-strengthening volume.

“How is it possible that some quarters are accusing Malaysia of being a failed state when, in the 90s, when the reserves were much lower, there was no talk of the country having failed?” he asked in an apparent reference to opposition allegations.

Najib said his administration believed in service to the people which, he added, must go beyond politics and be in the people’s interests.

Najib said that over the past eight years, his administration had never lagged but remained committed to implementing various policies and initiatives to prosper the nation and people.

He said the government, in keeping with the philosophy of ‘1Malaysia: People First, Performance Now’, would continue to give priority to infrastructure projects such as the Mass Rapid Transit, a world-class facility that has a major impact on about 500,000 commuters daily.

The MRT project can help reduce the cost of living by providing a convenient and cheaper system of transportation while reducing traffic congestion, easing stress in the people, helping the environment by reducing carbon emissions and intensifying economic activities along the corridor.

Likewise, too, the proposed East Coast Rail Link, the Pan-Borneo Highway and the High Speed Rail, he said.

Najib also said that initiatives and aid for the needy would continue to be provided and intensified. These include the 1Malaysia People’s Aid (BR1M), 1Malaysia Housing Programme for Civil Servants, 1Malaysia People’s Housing Projects, 1Malaysia Clinics, 1Malaysia Student Discount Card and aid for farmers, smallholders, fishermen and Felda settlers.

Najib said Malaysia was not exempted from the global economic turmoil over the past few years, but strategic and prudent planning and efficient and systematic administration had kept the country’s economy resilient.

He said the National Day celebration was getting more meaningful by the year.

“In other words, each time as the celebration draws near, we are driven forward by a momentum as a resilient nation.

“The blessing of independence is in tandem with this year’s theme of ‘Negaraku: Sehati Sejiwa’ (My Country: One Heart, One Soul), and should flow in abundance from the peninsula to Sabah and Sarawak.

“Let’s together be grateful for the blessing of independence, remain united and work together, shape our goals and plan our direction to achieve the dream of ‘1Malaysia Negaraku’ (1Malaysia My Country).

“Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!” — Bernama

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I started to unfriends “my friends” on Facebook because…

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9 ‘friends’ you should delete from Facebook

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.

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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.

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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.

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Happy Teachers Day 2017

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.

 But why is there this variation, throughout the world, concerning the day designated as Teachers Day?

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!

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7 ALASAN UNTUK ANDA BERHENTI KERJA!
(7 Reason Why You Should Quit Your Job!)

Assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera semua.

Akhir-akhir ini, saya selalu mengikuti perkembangan ruangan mencari kerja dan mendengar cerita rakan-rakan yang sudah mula berhenti kerja, sama ada mencari kerja baru ataupun bekerja sendiri. Tahniah diucapkan untuk permulaan hidup baru.

Di tempat kerja saya sendiri pun hampir setiap bulan ada sahaja yang berhenti kerja untuk plan hidup seterusnya. Itulah kehidupan bekerjaya, ada yang datang dan pergi. Masing-masing punya perancangan yang teliti dengan hidup mereka, jangan dipersalahkan atau dipandang serong.

Fenomena kini pun sangat membimbangkan majikan-majikan di Malaysia apabila fenomena graduan universiti yang semakin kurang mencari kerja tetapi semakin ramai pula pekerja mahirnya mula berhenti kerja!

Satu realiti kebangkitan bangsa Melayu dalam memperkukuhkan ekonomi dengan mula
bekerja sendiri atau menggunakan kemahiran tersebut pada bidang yang selayaknya.

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Hazard Summary-Created in April 1992; Revised in January 2000

Hydrochloric acid has many uses.  It is used in the production of chlorides, fertilizers, and dyes,
in electroplating, and in the photographic, textile, and rubber industries.  
Hydrochloric acid is corrosive to the eyes, skin, and mucous membranes.  
Acute (short-term) inhalation exposure may cause eye, nose,
and respiratory tract irritation and inflammation and pulmonary edema in humans.  
Acute oral exposure may cause corrosion of the mucous membranes, esophagus,
and stomach and dermal contact may produce severe burns, ulceration, and scarring in humans.  
Chronic (long-term) occupational exposure to hydrochloric acid has been reported to cause gastritis,
chronic bronchitis, dermatitis, and photosensitization in workers.  
Prolonged exposure to low concentrations may also cause dental discoloration and erosion.  
EPA has not classified hydrochloric acid for carcinogenicity.

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