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Friday, March 25, 2011

Natural Remedies for depression

Depression affects the young and old alike and that is not restricted by gender or race. In fact, depression is a global problem that continues to infection a growing number of the world’s population. But it is curable, and in fact a number of pharmaceutical treatment options are available to help depressed people gain back their lives. Many people are becoming suspicious of adverse effects that may result from these instruction medications. However they’re looking into natural options to treat depression.

Here are some simple and natural depression cures:

  • eat healthy
  • staying fit
  • build relationship
  • get a hobby
  • get involved
  • focus your mind

Don't forget to try it! 
Till then. Bye :) 

A new 100-storey tower in Malaysia a boon or a bane?

Assalamualaikum and Hello to my lovely readers...

Hi..Did you know?

Malaysia's landmark Petronas Twin Towers, center top and other buildings stand in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

In The Star, 20 October 2010 it stated Prime Minister Najib Razak plans to bring back some of the attraction  by building a completely new 100-story skyscraper – the Warisan Merdeka tower. The question though is: Does Malaysia need it? 

My personal view is that the tower would generate the economy especially around the area and it's a good way to gain higher return on's not just about being well known...If you use the money to help people or prevent poverty, you would only 'return' the tax to people...since we are on a very high deficit, building the tower is kinda helpful, don't you think...and returning the tax back to people would only cause the opposite...

It's better if we look at long term effect rather than short term.. the economic development due to the tower might help us get out of the middle income trap.. 

And, mentality and attitude are very much related to development of a country...

Note: deficit is good but if it's too much, we wont be able to sustain in the future :)

Have a great weekend! Goodbye

Top 3 Magicians!

Assalamualaikum, Hello beautiful peoples! :)

Hi there everyone, how's your day be kind to you so far?
It's quite hectic day for us these past few weeks.
Study's has become sickening for us from day to day.

Ok back to the entry's title,

I'm sure you guys do know some of the top magicians like David Copperfield or the handsome magician, Cyril Takayama? :)

So here the list goes of some magicians that we do know:

  • David Copperfield

David Copperfield is easily the best known magician in the world. He has presented innovative magic in his many television specials and continues to tour and perform for live audiences. He's an immensely talented and skillful entertainer who has effectively changed with the times and does it all: illusion, manipulation and close-up. At times in his career, he’s had the popularity of a rock star.

  • Cyril Takayama

Cyril Takayama (born 1973) is an American illusionist, born and raised in Hollywood, California, USA. He is perhaps best known for his street magic performances in Japan. His father is of Okinawan descent, while his mother is Moroccan-French, both of whom were beauticians. He was a member of the short-lived television series T.H.E.M. In 2007 he won first place in The Magic Woods Awards, Best Magician Category.

  • Chris Angel

Considered to be one of the most influential names in magic today, Criss Angel built his career by having a visionary approach and groundbreaking material. Criss Angel transcends tradition and has created a new form of extreme entertainment that he calls "MindFreak". From catching a real bullet in his teeth to levitating people on the street to having himself burned alive, each show is packed with things that boggle the imagination.

My Top 5 Awesome Things

Assalamualaikum and Hello to our readers..

My Top 5 Awesome Things

Awesome is a word thats means different things to different people. The core of the word is awe (both good and bad) . So if you're asking for the things that I have had me effectively awe stuck. Here I have the list. All of the things are for different reason.....

 1st- My new car

Thanks dad for giving me the car. The car helps me get around places very quicker and  I can go to the places that I loved.

2nd-My lomo diana

Lomo diana loaded with light leaks, and a propensity to shoot slightly out-of-focus images, the camera shoots on glorious old 120 films. No megapixels or flash memory here. Just cool, artsy-fartsy photos. 

3rd-My new laptop

My new laptop is giving from my late mom. This laptop is very helps me to do my work and  surfing the internet. 

4th-My new handphone

My new blackberry handphone.

5th-My Sony Mp3

This sony mp3 walkman is a birthday present from my friend and I loved it very much. I used thi mp3 to listen all my favourite songs and never I feel bored.

Ok till then.Goodbye :) 

Hot Air Balloons Festival!

Assalamualaikum & Hello to our lovely readers :)

I have something that i would like to share with all of you and it's about,


Darth Vader hot air balloon! Isn't it looks so cool? :)

Did you guys have a chance to join this festival?
It actually was held on the 17 - 20th March 2011, which more or less a week ago :)
I did came to this festival, how ever i didn't manage to capture some pictures.

So here is the detail for this event, that i picked through from the other blogs and websites. I would to give credits for them for these informations. THANK YOU! :)

Enjoy! Thanks for dropping by :)

Students Must Vote!

Assalamualaikum & Hello!

How are you guys?
Have your life getting any better?
Hopefully you guys did :)

Here is what the entry for today is all about,

" Students must vote during the 'Students' Election' because...."

As an introduction, here is some definitions on the word 'vote' and 'election' itself.

Voting, what is the definition by the root word of voting which is known as 'vote'
  • A formal expression of preference for a candidate for office or for a proposed resolution of an issue.
  • A means by which such a preference is made known, such as a raised hand or a marked ballot. 
  • (Law / Parliamentary Procedure) selection by vote of a person or persons from among candidates for a position, esp a political office.
  • A public vote on an official proposition.
  • The act or an instance of choosing.

Based on the definition itself, it has shown that for a student the most suitable place to vote  is actually at places such as higher learning institution. 

So why is it so important for the student to vote?
As a beginner, those are some impacts to the student if they DO vote during their studies.

  • Students learn the importance of registering to vote.
  • Students learn to identify the issues and make informed decisions.
  • Students learn to mark a ballot correctly.
This experience can be very impactful for young people.  Not only will they feel a part of our country’s process, but they may even remember the experience for the rest of their lives.  

Another main reason why the student need to vote during their public student's election is actually to give them knowledge on how powerful their vote can be.
For instance, if the students does not vote during the election and the selected candidate who win the votes does not become the one who they might agree with, so it may brings some conflict in the future.

Futhermore, the vote is important because it actually can determine on how the administration of some institution or organization works. For example, if the selected candidate being chosen is not someone who is sincere to deliver its duty, so the organization might not be run smoothly. In the end, the student who does not vote itself will feel slightly regret.

So here is some of word of wisdom about the importance on voting.

"The elective franchise, if guarded as the ark of our safety, will peaceably dissipate all combinations to subvert a Constitution, dictated by the wisdom, and resting on the will of the people. " - Thomas Jefferson, from The Jeffersonian 


Goodbye people! :)

Tips To Healthy Eating And Physical Activity

10 Tips To Healthy Eating And Physical Activity

  1. Eat smaller meals more frequently
  2. Keep fat levels lots
  3. Eat lots of fiber! 
  4. Consume low amounts of sugar, caffeine, and alcohol
  5. Eat five types of fruits and vegetables a day
  6. Eat a varied diet
  7. Drink lots of water
  8. Exercise five days a week
  9. EAT BREAKFAST!     
  10. Make a healthy lifestyle a way of life
Ok till then. Bye

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Great leaders are not born, they are made

          Great leaders are not born, they are made. If a person has the desire and determination, he can become an effective leader. Great leaders develop through a never ending process of self-study, education, training and experience. There are certain things a leader must be know and do to motivate leader into higher levels of teamwork. These do not come naturally, but are acquired through continual work and study. Great leaders are continually working and studying to improve their leadership skills.

            What is a leader? By definition, a leader is 'a person who rules or guides or inspires others.'  A leader is someone others are willing to follow, almost without question. They may not always make the right decision, but they are confident in the decisions that they make. They are not afraid to admit when they are wrong, and they know when to change direction when an inappropriate choice has been made. In short, leaders have something within that the others just don't have.

            Let's talk about leadership characteristics. A common characteristic to leaders is the courage to taking risks. Taking the risk means a leader will speak out, persuade, or just make the change that leads to innovation. Leaders also have a strong belief and enthusiasm in themselves and what they are doing.
Therefore, great leaders are definitely made, they are not born. But the environment will determine whether leaders can develop their talents or not and it’s your responsibility to provide it J.

Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort, which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that is worthwhile.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Birth Order Trait

Assalamualaikum and Hello bloggie!

Believe it or not, there is something that influences your personality even before you take your first breath. Birth order is one of the most important things that making you unique. While other factors, such as age, race, and gender, all play a role in shaping personality. From the research it  indicates that the number one factor influencing personality is birth order. Birth order is defined as your rank in your sibling constellation which are first-born, middle-born, last-born, only child, or twin.

The characteristics of the oldest sibling shown the oldest sibling is the most independent and also the most responsible of the group. They are natural born leaders and can be control freaks. They strive for perfection, and thrive on approval of authority figures, like mom and dad. They tend to do well in school, their careers, and life in general. The oldest child is also the most likely to be the most successful of the bunch, and might make more money as an adult than other siblings. The first born might end up in an occupational area such as engineering, architecture, or accounting.

From the research too, the middle child feels deprived of attention worries about being over-looked, and tends to be the most rebelliant as a youngster. These people are the compromisers of the world, and enjoy pleasing others. They enjoy working in groups and feeling like they belong, and are good at making friends and getting along with others. These children tend to flock to occupations that are more people oriented than their older siblings.

The youngest child generally is the most artistic of the group. They are also most likely to be the class clown, since they will do just about anything for attention, and usually are characterized as the show-off of the family. The last born also tends to be a bad decision maker and a very impatient person who tends to get bored rather easily.

So, we are totally agree that we're purportedly born with traits that matches our birth order. When I examined my own family, I have six siblings, the theory was correct on some of my brothers and sisters, and way off on others. I'm a first child, born smack dab in the first of the bunch, and I'm the independent. Besides I made friends easily, but not real friends, just people who liked to be around for the fun. I'd say the theory is about half right for me.

Anyone have any thoughts on the birth order trait? Any arguments or evidence that suggests that it is scientifically valid?


Assalamualaikum & hello everyone.
I guess we haven't met for quite a long this in this blog isn't it?


Sorry for the delay in posting new entry  for each weeks, we are truly deeply sorry.
It happened for some reasons due to the tonnes of work that we need to accomplish, hopefully you guys (especially our dear collegemates) can understand. :)

Ok back to the entry's title, did you guys aware about what happened in global world right now?

Did you guys know about the Tsunami that striked in Japan on 11th March? 

We are very sorry to hear about that.
As we know Japan is a modern and progressive country, so when this nature's disaster happened to them it's surely will give BIG impact to them.

For more information, please don't hesitate to click on this link

Hopefully we share our prayer and thoughts for them.

Goodbye and thanks for your corncerns :)

"Do you think we should give monetary incentives to the KP2 students to motivate them to get better grades?"

Assalamualaikum & Hello! :)

How is your weekend everyone? Enjoy enough?
Teheee :)

Ok back to the entry's title as stated above, we would like to share of what we think or in other words, our OPINION. 
So here is some of our thoughts, and let us think together shall we?

Giving monetary incentives to the KP2 students as some kind of motivation is not necessary. We don't think that is the best way to motivate students to excel in their studies, so we are strongly disagree with that plan. As from our point of view, the monetary incentives is more or less like some sort of bribes to the students. Other than that we also think the incentives will only makes them becomes worse in their studies and last but not least the incentives will only creates unmeaning learning to the students. Now we will give the explaination those three points we had earlier.

The first reason is we think that the monetary incentives is some sort of bribes to the student. This is because by giving them the money its sends the message that grades can be bought. When they get out of college and come into the real life no one will pay cash for most of their accomplishments. At the end, they will come out  to expect money for everything they do and will be disappointed when this do not happen to them. While actually they did not deserved it.

The second reason is we think that the monetary incentives will only makes them worse in their studies. This is because they will misuse of the money. Just imagine if these students indiscriminately take those RM and convert them to whatever they want like hand phone, games, or a day at the movie. What a mess!! To we this given them an unfair advantage with the students for those get good grades. Money is nice but it can become a problem as well as solution.

The third reason is the monetary incentives will only creates unmeaningful learning to the students. This happens because it can be said that most of student will learn only because of the money and not because of the needs of the knowledge itself. So th learning can be describe as unmeaningful learning. In conclusion, monetary incentives is only effective if done with moderation. Motivation does not require a money incentives, in fact, motivation is a personal issue. If a person does not have a reason or willingness to be motivated to achieve something, then a monetary incentives is useless to them.

Lastly, here is a quote that we would like to share with all of you. Think about it :)

If we’re using gimmicks like rewards to try to improve achievement without regard to how they affect kids’ desire to learn” he said, “We kill the goose that laid the golden egg.”-Alfie Khon

Goodbye people! :)