Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Another busy week

Grooving to; Miss Baltimore Crabs by Cast of Hairspray

I am like super duper tired.
Having fun chatting with Megan and Darren.
She's like a crazed fangirl :D
Learning to pronounce names. HAHAH

Sooo, pictures!

Failed attempt to look skinny.

More roses <3

The whole bouquet.

And and, I finally drew something, well two things, decently!
For Arts.

The leg a bit cacat and the ears senget.
But its good for me seeing as I suck at drawing.

And this one neck too long : /

Gahh, cheer practice tomorrow.
Friday hafta go to school, which reminds me on asking Amanda what time.
Saturday also have to go to school.
Gee, Form 3 is getting hectic.

Bernie, Priy, Farah and Hanan (sp?) dancing to Low.
I only know two of them. Ngee.
Its hilarious.

*I think they secretly liked you

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

I just adore them

Grooving to; Home by Micheal Buble

Roses represent love, but why does the rose always die?

Okay so, I'm too lazy to blog.
Just pictures from yesterday.

I told you I only took one camwhore picture :D

Trisha Maya Weerasena! :D


Grumpy faced Ryan.
And smile faced Ryan :D

p/s: Updates might not be here. Check the hippo blog for updates if they're not here.

*This was not your dream but you always believed in me

Monday, January 28, 2008

Most amazing retards

Grooving to; Mungkin nanti by Peter Pan

No post tonight. Short post for those of you who view my blog daily (I doubt there are any)

Edited some pictures.

You can find these two on my Friendster profile.

And I got two pictures from Carmen from yesterday.

I know we're the most amazing retards *cough*perasan*cough* you've ever seen.

Also, two videos.

D*Starz latest performance. (Megan, Mag and Rianne all got in :D)
This is the full view.

Different view.

*Dan mungkin bila nanti, kita kan bertemu lagi

Sunday, January 27, 2008

England = <3

I am bored so I shall blog.
Went to Carrefour earlier.

CNY decorations.
Sorry its not clear, I was kinda far away.

They had a dragon dance.
Also had a lion dance but I couldn't see cos i was too short : /

Had dinner at a place called Nam Yeong or something liddat lah.

I've tasted better MUWAHAHAH

Went shopping after that.
And I bougt a jersey.
Obviously not original.
But its only RM7!

Ze emo hippie

Grooving to; Ruang Rindu by Letto

Veli veli short post with three pictures today.
Just finished up with my Geography work.
I couldn't be bothered whether Pn.Lee told us not to photostat.
Bro is taking me later.
Have got tons of Maths homework due on Tuesday.
Having thoughts on whether staying back tomorrow for practice is a good idea.

I died in my bro's car xD
This was after my cousin's birthday party.
Was really high there with Carmen being stupid.

Today, went to my godfather's shop's grand opening.

Joey & Rianne.

Emo hippie :D

p/s: Alia, Megan & me have created a blog.
Click here.


A mother's words. LOL

*Tunggukan rasa yang sesakkan dada

Friday, January 25, 2008

Ayam back!

Grooving to; Your guardian angel by Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

Sorry people for the lack of updates!
I've been so busy and too tired to even be bothered to come online.
So, now I'm finally online after 3 days.
Just cos its Friday and its supposed to be "catching up day with Megan & Alia"
But Megan's abandoned me somewhere and Alia isn't even online.
Best part is, Michx has also gone somewhere.
Okay, I'm ranting. Back to the story.

Reasons why I have been busy/tired:
1)Cheer practice on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. (It is as tiring as hell okeh)
2)Wednesday I wasn't free cos I wasn't really at home.
3)Tons of homework.
4)Lack of sleep. I've been sleeping early the past few days.

So yeah. Shall blog a lil today.

I've been taking a lot of pictures of the clouds.

On Wednesday, my parents decided to go to my dad's friend's place.
I went along since I had nothing better to do.

He stays at this place, Desa Parkcity.
Somewhere in Damansara which is so damn bloody high class.
And the house is amazing.


The fish's bodyguard xD

The fish damn chun wan.
Put your hand in the water, will come to you.

The garden.

Some plant.

My mum's office bulding.

Of course, there are some camwhore moments.




I'm done, happy?

*Even if saving you sends me to heaven

Monday, January 21, 2008

The powerpuff girls?

Grooving to; Underneath your clothes by Shakira

Ngee (: Took this yesterday.

So yeah, I was too lazy to be bothered to blog yesterday.
Nothing much to blog about today.

Assembly was normal except that some prefect was being a pain in the ass *cough*
Classes were fine but Pn.Lee gave us so much Geo work.
Cik Shariza is becoming a nice lady too :D

Had cheer practice after school.
And I am so damn tired.
Like..2 hours of non-stop dancing and shouting.
Anyway, I'm like two inches to doing a front split with my right leg.
I never knew I could go down that far until Pey Ying (Uhm.. I dunno how to spell her name but she's the captain) asked who could go down more than half.

I went on Facebook.
And I saw a request from Natasha about becoming a cartoon character thinggy.
I was browsing through the cartoons when I saw this.


*Underneath your clothes there's an endless story

Sunday, January 20, 2008


Didn't really blog yesterday.
I was too busy watching the Heroes Weekend Marathon.

On Facebook :D

Baby #1
Name: Emmett
Parents: Lydia Wong (Single parent HEE)

Baby #2
Name: Abigail
Parents: Marucs Bryan and Lydia Wong (HAHAHA)

Baby #3
Name: Andrea
Parents: Kate-Lyn Anna and Lydia Wong

Baby #4
Name: No Name
Parents: Alia Astaman and Lydia Wong

Name: Robby
Parents: Kadine Tot and Lydia Wong

Baby #6
Name: Wong Ah Beng (I did not name him)
Parents: Natasha Sing and Lydia Wong

Who wants to make babies? (;

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Something to learn (;

Okay, people.
These are some interesting facts.
I know its kinda long but it really makes sense lah.
p/s: I do not mean any offence. This mail was forwarded to me.

It's been interesting to read such free-flowing comments on an all "Malaysian" free for all.
While we are on the subject, how many of you have read the book entitled Contesting Malayness" ?
Written by a Professor of National University of Singapore. Cost S$32 (about). It reflects the Anthropologists' views that there is no such race as the "Malays" to begin with.

If we follow the original migration of the Southern Chinese of 6,000 yrs ago, they moved into Taiwan, (now the Alisan), then into the Phillipines (now the Aeta) and moved into Borneo (4,500 yrs ago) (Dayak).

They also split into Sulawesi and progressed into Jawa, and Sumatera. The final migration was to the Malayan Peninsular 3,000 yrs ago. A sub-group from Borneo also moved to Champa in Cambodia at 4,500 yrs ago.

Interestingly, the Champa deviant group moved back to present day Kelantan. There are also traces of the Dong Song and HoaBinh migration from Vietnam and Cambodia. To confuse the issue, there was also the Southern Thai migration, from what we know as Pattani today. (See also "Early Kingdoms of the Indonesian Archipelago and the Malay Peninsular".)

Of course, we also have the Minangkabau(s) who come from the descendants of Alexander the Great and a West Indian Princess. (Sejarah Melayu page 1-3.)

So the million Dollar Question: Is there really a race called the "Malays"? All anthropologists DO NOT SEEM TO THINK SO.

Neither do the "Malays" who live on the West Coast of Johor. They'd rather be called Javanese. What about the west coast Kedah inhabitants who prefer to be known as "Achenese"? Or the Ibans who simply want to be known as IBANS. Try calling a Kelabit a "Malay" and see what response you get. You'll be so glad that their Head-Hunting days are over.

The definition of "Malay" is therefore simply a collection of peoples who speak a similar type language. With what is meant by a similar type language does not mean that the words are similar.
Linguists call this the "Lego-type" language, where words are added on to the root word to make meaning and give tenses and such. Somehow, the Indonesians disagree with this classification. They refuse to be called Malay.
Anyhow you may define it. Watch "Malays in Africa" - a Museum Negara produced DVD. Also, the "Champa Malays" by the same.

With this classification, they MUST also include the Phillipinos, the Papua New Guineans, the Australian Aboriginies, as well as the Polynesian Aboriginies. These are of the Australo Melanesians who migrated out of Africa 60,000 yrs ago.

Getting interesting? Read on.

"Malay" should also include the Taiwanese singer "Ah Mei" who is Alisan, as her tribe are the ancestors of the "Malays". And finally, you will need to define the Southern Chinese (Funan Province) as Malay also, since they are from the same stock 6,000 yrs ago.

Try calling the Bugis a "Malay".
Interestingly, the Bugis, who predominantly live on Sulawesi are not even Indonesians. Neither do they fall into the same group as the migrating Southern Chinese of 6,000 yrs ago, nor the Australo Melanesian group from Africa.

Ready for this?

The Bugis are the cross-breed between the Chinese and the Arabs. (FYI, a runaway Ming Dynasty official whom Cheng Ho was sent to hunt down.) Interestingly, the Bugis were career Pirates in the Johor-Riau Island areas.
Now the nephew of Daeng Kemboja was appointed the First Sultan of Selangor. That makes the entire Selangor Sultanate part Arab, part Chinese!

Try talking to the Bugis Museum curator near Kukup in Johor. Kukup is located near the most south-western tip of Johor. (Due south of Pontian Kechil.)

Let's not even get into the Hang Tuah, Hang Jebat, Hang Kasturi, Hang Lekiu, and Hang Lekir, who shared the same family last name as the other super famous "Hang" family member, Hang Li Poh. And who was she?
The princess of a Ming Dynasty Emperor who was sent to marry the Sultan of Malacca. Won't that make the entire Malacca Sultanate downline "Baba"?

Since the older son of the collapsed Malaccan Sultanate got killed in Johor, (the current Sultanate is the downline of the then, Bendahara) the only other son became the Sultan of Perak.
Do we see any Chinese-ness in Raja Azlan? Is he the descendant of Hang Li Poh?

Next question. If the Babas are part Malay, why have they been marginalized by NOT BEING BUMIPUTERA? Which part of "Malay" are they not?
Whatever the answer, why then are the Portuguese of Malacca NOT BUMIPUTERA? Did they not come 100 yrs AFTER the arrival of the first Babas? Parameswara founded Malacca in 1411. The Portugese came in 1511, and the Dutch in the 1600's.
Strangely, the Babas were in fact once classified Bumiputera, but discovered that they were strangely "declassified" in the 1960s. WHY?

The Sultan of Kelantan had similar roots to the Pattani Kingdom making him of Thai origin. And what is this "coffee table book" by the Sultan of Perlis claiming to be the direct descendant of the prophet Muhammed? Somehow we see Prof Khoo Khay Khim's signature name on the book. I'll pay good money to own a copy of it myself. Anyone has a spare?

So, how many of you have met with orang Asli(s)? The more northern you go, the more African they look.
Why are they called Negrito(s)? It is a Spanish word, from which directly translates "mini Negros".
The more southern you go, the more "Indonesian" they look. And the ones who live at Cameron Highlands kinda look 50-50.
You can see the Batek at Taman Negara, who really looks like Eddie Murphy to a certain degree. Or the Negritos who live at the Thai border near Temenggor Lake (north Perak). The Mah Meri
in Carrie Island looks almost like the Jakuns in Endau Rompin. Half African, half Indonesian.

By definition, (this is super eye-opening) there was a Hindu Malay Empire in Kedah.
Yes, I said it right. The Malays were Hindu.
It was, by the old name Langkasuka. Today known as Lembah Bujang. This Hindu Malay Empire was 2,000 yrs old, pre-dating Borrobudor AND Angkor Watt, who came about around 500-600 yrs later. Lembah Bujang was THE mighty trading empire, and its biggest influence was by the Indians who were here to help start it.
By definition, this should make the Indians BUMIPUTERAS too since they were here 2,000 yrs ago!
Why are they marginalized ?

So, in a nutshell, the "Malays" (anthropologists will disagree with this "race" definition) are TRULY ASIA!!! (Main continent and West Asia included)

Here are some comments from Michael in answer to some Malays who have attacked him for penning this commentary.

Greetings. This is Michael Chick. Unlike others who hide behind "anonymous synonyms" I came clear with my real name. The post which I put up was not a figment of my imagination but the end result of 3 years extensive research. As such, the facts presented are clear-cut, straightforward and unassuming. Perhaps you would all like to chat with any anthropologist at UM before sending-off any flaming sparks in my direction again. These Professors should be as Malaysian as any of you.

The subject matter is fact-based. To Bayi, "Contesting Malayness" is available at Kinokuniya at Takashimaya 4th floor, Orchard road. At a cost of S$32. It is also available at National University of Singapore. Why? 'Coz it's their textbook. Let me repeat -"Contesting Malayness" is an NUS textbook, published by NUS Press, written by Professor Tony Milner.

To Achmad Sudarsono, calling the Malays a "race" is akin to calling the Hokkiens or the Javanese a "race".
Please do not confuse the term "orang" with "Bangsa".
What do I mean? The term 'orang' is used by Malays to describe Orang Bugis, Orang Acheh, Orang Laut, Orang India, Orang Melayu. And here is where the confusion was. Orang Melayu merely refers to the residents of Kampung Melayu near Jambi, near Palembang.
Please use Google Earth to find its exact location.

Unless you can say that all "Orang Melayu" are descendants of that village, you simply cannot be called Orang Melayu.
In fact the name "Malay" has been traced to Lembah Bujang, where the Indian traders used to call the locals "Malai" (in Tamil) to describe the locals. The locals were animistic pagans at that time, and readily adopted Hindu practices and Indian customs.
" Raja " and " Sultan " are Indian titles.
The adat bersanding with the pelamin are of Indian origin. Even the "gifts-bearing" walk by the groom has its Indian roots. Please attend an Indian Wedding before flaming me again. Or have a chat with Prof Nik Hassan who is in charge of the Lembah Bujang archaeological excavations.

Malaya, was therefore a derivative from Himalaya.
"Sejarah Melayu" therefore was describing the Kampong Melayu origins. But here is where, from pages 1-3, it will tell you that Kampong Melayu are descendants of Iskandar Zulkarnain (Alexander the Great) through the bloodline of a West Indian Princess. This came from Sejarah Melayu. This book is cheap.
You can buy it at the University Malaya Bookstore for a mere RM35. It is published by MBRAS (Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society). Its patron member is Tun Hanif (ex-IGP).

Please speak with Datuk Prof Zuraina Majid, who excavated "Perak Man". She will tell you that Perak Man is a descendant of the Australo-Melanesian stock. African National Museum of the Phillipines will verify that they came from Taiwan. And National University of Indonesia will confirm that they came from the Phillipines.

Nik Aziz (PAS leader from Kelantan) will tell you that his grandfather came from Champa. To all Kelantanese, please explain the newly changed name of a Kampong near Bachok (close to the Pengkalan Chepa airport) to "Kampung Champa" to our friends here.

Please also visit Museum Negara to see the exhibits on the "Dong Song" brass drums and Gua Cha in Kelantan near Gua Musang to see the Hoabinhian Caves. Dong Song and Hoabinh are in Indochina. And therefore, the locals are descendants from that region.
The entire Northern States also have their roots from the Pattani Kingdom; which today we call Tahiland.
In fact, please visit the Kelantan WWII museum to see the article on how Perlis, Kedah, Kelantan and Terengganu was part of Thailand from 1943-1945. Then walk over to the Kelantan State Museum to see the exhibit on Gua Cha to read their explanations of the Hoabinhian Cultures of Early Kelantan settlers.

Malaysian Archaeologists call the early settlers Proto Malay. And the current settlers Deutero Malay. The scientific term is actually, Australo Melanesian (African) and Austranesian (Chinese, or Mongoloid). This is a DNA and bone structure classification. Even the term Negrito transalates from Spanish to mean "mini Negro".

I hope that I've made myself comprehensible enough. Feel free to ask any further questions to help clear the air.
The " Malays " are NOT a race. I'm so sorry that you are only hearing this now. The rest of the Academic World has known it for years.

By: Michael Chick on May 30th, 2007 At 2:44 am
To address Hang Tuah, Hang Jebat, Hang Lekir, Hang Kasturi, Hang Lekir and Hang Li Poh. They were all related by the family name of "Hang".

Please visit their graves in Malacca. Their graves are clear-cut Hindu.
This was during the "Great Malacca Empire" when Parameswara was supposed to have converted to Islam. Why are the graves of the "Legendary Defenders of the States" Hindu?
They do not have the spiral headstones or the Batu Acheh type headstones - instead, they are solid concrete blocks with triangular holes for incense and oil-lamp burning.

Hang Tuah's grave (Kampong Keling) is another "conspiracy".
Please read the inscriptions on the side: "they found a large stone marking a grave, and therefore it must be Hang Tuah...".
This grave was merely designed to be a tourist destination.
Note that there are no names engraved anywhere. Just a big non-descript stone marking that a human body lies underneath it.
Lastly, why is a Muslim buried in Kampong Keling - ' Keling ' meaning Indian ?

The subsequent question is why is Hang Tuah removed from current school history textbooks?

One of two suggestions comes to mind. He was pure fiction (please read Hikayat Hang Tuah before flaming me again), or as the Bugis Museum Curator in Johor will insist, that Hang Tuah was Chinese. So were the rest of his "blood brothers". They were all Chinese; and related to Hang Li Poh.

Let me pose a simple question to you:
Why is it, that when you visit Malacca to see the great historical Malaysian City/State, you see the Portugese "A Famosa" gateway, or the Red Dutch buildings like Christchurch, or even St. Paul's Church on St. Paul's Hill? Where is the evidence of "The Great Malaccan Empire"?

Let me help you with that answer. Published by Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka in a publication called "Melayu Journal" in 2005 - "...we had to look for an icon by which the Malays would be proud of..." Since Majapahit, Acheh, Lembah Bujang (Langkasuka) were either Hindu, on Indonesian soil, or both, Malacca was the only location left.
The great Parameswara is, by the way buried on Fort Canning Hill downtown Singapore, for those of you who want to visit it. They call it the "Keramat" and it's immediately behind the National Musuem of Singapore.

Please enlighten me by showing me ONE single piece of evidence of "The Great Malaccan Empire".
Even Dewan Bahasa couldn't. Perhaps any one of you could.
Evidence, and not mere gut-feeling please

And this is from TypicalBen.

- 'Stewardesses' is the longest word typed with only the left hand ..

- And 'lollipop' is the longest word typed with your right hand.

- No word in the English language rhymes with month, orange, silver, or purple.

- 'Dreamt' is the only English word that ends in the letters 'mt'.

- Our eyes are always the same size from birth, but our nose and ears never stop growing.

- The sentence: 'The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog' uses every letter of the alphabet.

- The words 'racecar, 'kayak' and 'level' are the same whether they are read left to right or right to left (palindromes).

- There are only four words in the English language which end in 'dous': tremendous, horrendous, stupendous, and hazardous.

- There are two words in the English language that have all five vowels in order: 'abstemious' and 'facetious'.

- TYPEWRITER is the longest word that can be made using the letters only on one row of the keyboard.

- A cat has 32 muscles in each ear.

- A goldfish has a memory span of three seconds.

- A shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes.

- A snail can sleep for three years.

- An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain.

- Babies are born without kneecaps. They don't appear until the child reaches 2 to 6 years of age.

- In the last 4,000 years, no new animals have been domesticated.

- Peanuts are one of the ingredients of dynamite!

- Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated.

- The average person's left hand does 56% of the typing.

- There are more chickens than people in the world.

- Women blink nearly twice as much as men.

So, did you learn anything? (;

And now, something to entertain you people after those boring facts.


Friday, January 18, 2008


Grooving to; Green stuff by Mr Puta

Uhm, yeah.
Not really in the mood for blogging today.
Cos Megan abandoned me for CHEER PRACTICE and Alia isn't online :(

Soo, only pictures.
Of me camwhoring, again.
If you don't wanna see my face, shoo!

Lyrics: You are the music in me by HSM2 cast.

Emo pose :D
I like emo poses.
And no, the quote doesn't mean anything.
Its like.. I dunno.

Lyrics: Lollipop by Mika.



Watch the little girl.
Her name's Ariana Lynn. (And she's only friggin 8)
She is so damn good I feel stupid next to her.
Her trainer rocks as well.
Credits to Megan.

This is Ysabelle.
Another kid dancer.

*Gimme the green, green stuff

Thursday, January 17, 2008

I need to pass!

I miss the "gay-ness" of 2A2.

SOOOO, I'm joining cheerleading.
Sorry Kar Lei!
But Bibian said they didn't have enough people so yeah lahh.
Just join only.. for the fun of it :D
I also get contacts MUWAHAHAHAH

Okay, let's get back to reality.
Just a really short post today.

Went for Interact interview after school.
I couldn't think of a damn thing to say lah okeh.
My mind was blank. B-L-A-N-K!