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Tuesday, 6-Nov-2007 12:10 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Gold - simply beautiful..

izad n izzah - 2004
izzah n iza ... hehe
the golden girls... and boy... and horse .. Along's wedding 04

its been awhile, i know. sorry but ithas been a busy couple of week. im in fourth year med now so, i dont have much leisure time as i used to. but heres some pics to share.. this is taken in 2004 in Shah Alam my fav city. IZAD IZZAH IZA IDLAN and AYU.



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MERDEKA, MERDEKA, MERDEKA!

petaling street
dang wangi police station
stadium merdeka
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"MERDEKA, MERDEKA, MERDEKA!"

50 Reasons Why Malaysians Love Their Independence
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1.We get an extra public holiday
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2.It actually means something now when we say “I am willing to die for my country”
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3.Merdeka Sale!
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4.It feels extra good when we beat England and Japan at badminton
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5.We really, really boleh (can do) … and we have our very own Malaysian Book of Records to prove it!
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6.The legacies left by the Portuguese, Dutch and English are not remnants of colonisation – we can now call them our own
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7.Oooo, fireworks… cantiknya! (so beautiful!)

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8.We don’t have to stand at attention to God Save Our Queen
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9.And Tuhan Selamatkan Permaisuri Kita doesn’t have quite the same ring to it
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10.Because while we may be speaking the Queen’s English and sipping Earl Grey with our pinkie sticking out, give us a teh tarik (pulled tea) at the mamak anytime!
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11.We are no longer under the oppression of others; we never liked being told what to do in the first place
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12.We watch the National Day parade with pride and feel grateful that it’s not us marching under the hot sweltering sun, or getting soaked in the rain

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13.Independence restored our dignity, the constitution protects it and we value it
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14.We got to host the Commonwealth Games and in the process, show the world how far we have come
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15.Cool televison commercials (like the award-winning, Yasmin Ahmad-directed ones for Petronas) that remind us of the meaning of independence
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16.There may not be the Petronas Twin Towers or Proton Saga

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17.We get to use ‘Malaysian time’ as an excuse for being late
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18.No goreng pisang or cekodok (banana fritters) for tea; somehow fish and chips just don’t go with teh tarik (pulled tea)
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19.We don’t have to fight with someone else; we get to bicker amongst ourselves
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20.Just because this is our motherland and we belong here
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21.The word ‘curfew’ is now only mentioned by parent to child
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22.We can no longer recite the Rukunegara (Five Principles of Nationhood, taught to all Malaysian school children), but as long as we can sing along to Merdeka songs by Sudirman, we feel patriotic
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23.We have had to take responsibility to make our own lives better; we can’t blame anyone else for anything that goes wrong

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24.Because we asked for it.. nicely.
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25.We were the first country to achieve a peaceful independence by holding talks with the British
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26.We may be a Third World country but we have First World facilities – the ERL, F1 Race circuit, KLIA, excellent hotels and award-winning malls
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27.Merdeka means balik kampung with only half the volume of cars on the highways (the other half are headed towards the shopping malls)

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28.It’s a day all the different races of Malaysia can really celebrate as one
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29.We have given ourselves the chance to prove what we can do, and we have proven that we are on par, if not better, than those who once ruled us
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30.One word: Astro, which translates into extensive live English Premiership coverage – weekends (for the guys) have never been the same
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31.We speak, read and write good English and it’s only our second language!
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32.In fact, we’re so good, we’ve come up with our own version of the language, called Manglish (a unique mesh of Bahasa Malaysia and English) … so clever!
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33.We’ve presided over the 51st session of the United Nation’s General Assembly and a Malaysian is now serving as the Assistant Secretary General for Economic Development in the UN Department and Social Affairs – not bad for a 50-year-old country!

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34.We’re going into outer space!
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35.Phonetically they sound so much like Bahasa Malaysia, Bata and Milo are much bigger brands here than their country of origin
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36.This year’s Merdeka TV commercial by Milo, which features four multi-racial children wearing jerseys with numbers that read ‘1957′ … aww
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37.We look to the future with hope that belongs to us and only us
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38.Because we’re bangsa Malaysia (Malaysian race) and not just Chinese, Malays or Indians, everyone gets the day off for Eid, Chinese New year and Diwali
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39.We get to win gold medals at an ‘international’ sporting event – the Commonwealth Games
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40.We stick mini Malaysian flags on our cars, motorcycles or bicycles for a whole month and no one dare say it looks silly
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41.Our independence was realised through the collaboration of the different races in Malaysia – the very hallmark of what we proudly call muhibbah (unity)

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42.Malaysia Airlines ‘50-hour’ open house ‘Let’s Fly Malaysia’ campaign – airfares starting from RM1!
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43.It’s the best excuse of the year to party, get a hangover the next day, and call it patriotism
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44.So we can name our kids Merdeka and instantly, they’re special
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45.If you’re born on 31 August, you get invited to a special party hosted by the government
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46.Even at 50, we’re considered young
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47.“Merdeka Day, traffice jam lah!” is a convenient excuse for not wanting to leave the house

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48.Independence led to the formation of Malaysia in 1963, making Sabah and Sarawak a part of us; when we travel to East Malaysia, we tell people we’re going ‘overseas’
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49.Yet another reason send multiple SMSes to wish “Happy Merdeka”, making everyone (especially the telcos) happy
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50.And last but not least, the freedom to have compiled this list
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HAPPY 50TH INDEPENDENCE Malaysia!



I love My Malaysia.. with all my heart.

and to Adik, good luck for ur Malam Merdeka and the Merdeka Parade!! im proud of u buddy!! blow them away! ill see u on TV and marching away. and ill be saying "thats my brother in there!!"


p/s: all pics are my copyright; i took it, i keep it!







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