Friday, January 29, 2010


Aspirasi won majority of the seats for UKM campus election. Immediately after the announcement of the result, a very large group of Gabungan Mahasiswa supporters (I predict that the number is more than 100) ran towards the announcement office (the place where Deputy Vice Chancellor was) and held a demonstration. This situation went on from around 12.30am until around 2.30am. The group dispersed after their leader advised them to do so and will hold another round of demonstration tomorrow as to see whether their demands for the appeal council have been fulfilled. What I can say is that there are many more dramas to be watched. It is not the end yet.

Monday, January 18, 2010



Tuesday, January 12, 2010


Just came back from UTHM yesterday night. Southern Cup was organized by UTHM from Friday till Monday. I thought of calling it an end in my debating career. However, it does not turn out to be what I hope to be. It might be one of my worst tournaments; winning only 1 out of 5 preliminaries. The only winning around is against a very junior team. Hope that I’ll still able to go to another tournament and achieve something there. Hope to retire with dignity and sweet memory.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010


PETALING JAYA: A “students’ parliament” is to be formed to give undergraduates a voice in the shaping of national policies and development, Deputy Higher Eduction Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said.
The parliament, he said, would become the main umbrella body for all university students where they can get their concerns heard and their roles and views recognised by the Government.
Saifuddin said students from Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) would start the ball rolling with their proposal to form their own students’ parliament with support from USM vice-chancellor Prof Tan Sri Dzulkifli Abdul Razak.
He said the proposal came from his “teh tarik” meetings with university students two weeks ago which was organised through his own Facebook page.
The idea was first initiated by Prof Dzulkifli in 2004, who had called for the formation of such a body with the “constituencies” comprising all the country’s universities.
Saifuddin said the USM parliament would complement the university’s students representative council where the parliament would include council members, residential college representatives and also members of the university’s more than 100 associations.
He also said that in the USM model, the students themselves decided on the number of parliament seats given to the three major student groups just as is being done by political parties in Parliament.
He said 50% of its members would be from the students council, 30% from the residential college representatives and 20% from the members of university associations.
The university would not interfere in the students’ parliament affairs other than by polishing up the students’ initial proposal, he added.
Saifuddin said he would go to USM on Thursday to personally accept the proposal from the students and Prof Dzulkifli.
“My visit is in line with the Prime Minister’s call towards a “People First” philosophy, or in this case, students first philosophy,” he said.
In GEORGE TOWN, USM deputy vice-chancellor (student affairs) Prof Omar Osman said USM, as an apex university, was expected to lead the way.
“It is a good starting point for the university, which has been given the opportunity to try it out first,” he said when contacted yesterday.

(Quoted from The Star, 4 Jan 2010)

Monday, January 4, 2010

张学友 – 忘记你我做不到


Friday, January 1, 2010


还睡不着觉。还在想着。我几时可以忘记呢?今天有BENGKEL KEPIMPINAN MPP。又要早醒喔。朋友与情侣只是一面之差。喜欢上朋友或许是一个很大的赌注。向朋友示爱,成功了,可以升级做情侣。失败了,也还有很大的机会恢复朋友的身份。这个赌注并不算大。当成为了情侣,赌注也逐渐提高了。爱的越深,若是分手,成为朋友的机会率也会随着降低。一位朋友告诉我,如果她和她的现任男朋友分手,他们肯定不能再成为朋友。她或许对吧。所以,朋友与情侣这个赌注,赌不赌得过???