Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Funny shit comment

While i was reading, i noticed comment on Malay Racist from this blog are damn funny and nice to ada (From the comment listed, you can know that Malaysians are damn cute funny varieties races and religious).

Here are the comment that i have edited and elaborated(like doing an assignment -.-) for my blog entry and i think these comments are not racist and the most important is ...It Was True

1)From the tok imam
Today my subject is “You Know I Know La”

-Who can screw people around and no need say sorry? “You Know I Know La”
(Got 1 bully case in upm, the university counsellor inform to media that the bullier were sing a school song, not screwing the Chinese student. And then, there are still a lot of cases la.)

-Who says on CNN the Chinese is successful is bcos of the Malay giving chance? “You Know I Know La”
(This 1 i not sure about it, and i dont want give more comment on it)

-Why Singapore grows so fast although its a small country compared to the always-boleh Malaysia? “You Know I Know La”
(cakap tak serupa bikin..Talk and not doing it...that the Malaysian slogan, but actually if we still fighting with each other ='racist' how to grows like this-Acting like none uneducated and childish)

-Thanks to Harry, now i know why the stupid Malay kids always taunt and throw stones at my dogs (injuring them times) ALTHOUGH MY DOG CANT EVEN FLY OVER THE 2 METRE GATE TO BITE THEM. Is that how their religion teach them? “You Know I Know La”
(Sometime dog are so annoying la, it keep barking like mad without any reason -i will throw stones too.. : But there are cute.)

-What for keep on complaining? We all know it wont change anything…
Why? “You Know I Know La”
(No action will be taken or late respond- government employee work smart and not hard - by keep ularing - run away from duties. This year, finally Hindus request against public holiday for thaipusam is success -only for wilayah perseketuan bcos of election ler..hahahaha. their request pulic holiday for whole country still haven success nia.)

Bcos i look like Malay but is a Chinese...(if look like me, sound like me, and is not 100 % me- from vk ligam...HAHAHAHA) “You Dont Know I Know La” So i will acting like a Malay when in a Malay group conversation (they will gossip about Chinese like this la like that la and whatever la...When i in the Chinese group conversation they will talk Malay what what what la. So it too bad la. ME! Please stop la....)

2)From Mr xXx,
Dont Talk Do IT

-Well. It seems im out dated with the racist issue. Im a malay. Since no one has post a comment since last November, maybe this issue has stopped or not. I not angry if you said that fuck malays, their lazy ass etc and etc… Im not angry. I dont hate chinese. I dont hate Indians or any other race either. I do understand that the privileges that given to the malays might have offend you guys for not being fair. But in fact, I never find it a privileges for me as a malay. I read all the comments, and I smiled. They were a lot of Chinese people hate malays, and there were Malays who hate chinese. My advise is, dont hate us. Hate the leaders. We have nothing to do with the perlembagaan, the undang2, or the corrupt minister. If someone commits a crime, does the justice condemn the races of the people committing the crime? NO. WE blame the people doing it. It does not mean, being a Malay, lazy ass motherfucker, and it does not mean being a Chinese, consider as hard working that are always right. We are both wrong. Malay is not superior, nor does Chinese. If u guys hate Malay so much, why dont u guys take action. Show to the Malays that what ur races are capable off. Conquer the economy, conquer the business. Even the statistic show that the billionaires are chinese and indians. Show to the Malays that the top 10 billionaires are Indians and Chinese,get rid of the Malays billionaires. What Im trying to say is, u curse chinese or malays, it does not change anything. U hate each other, still it wont change anything. It just silly to make comments and comments, hate malays o malays hate chinese, does ur comment change anything, o does my comment will change anything? You just know how to make comments, and yet, nothing you could change. Can u change something ? Then if you can, change the name to Malay”sia to China”sia. I rather to see some action rather than comments, and comments about Malays. Do something about it man. Dont be a such a coward and yet, no action is taken. BE A MAN, AND DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. Dont u find it silly ? Me and you in this situation ? Think about it deeply. Maybe someday u grow up, u will understand what Im trying to say. Everyone can talk even the small children can talk. The question is, do you have the GUTS to do something ???????

(on my opinion is who work hard and smart who dessert it. dont keep pointing your finger to each other. Why people before merdeka(independent) that less educated can help each other to get independent from British. Why we as a "modern" people cant accept each other and tolerance a litter big to develop our country. Please dont let people talk nonsenses about our country. We must start loving our country and not shame about it.Why must u shame when people asking you about ur country???)

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Me and My Job.......

Damn sad as a Management Trainee! Haiz! This all about scholarship agreement that bound me as MT for 1 year.....And 2 year working...ZZZZzZZZzzZZZ!
All my friend already finish their probation..Only me still waiting for confirmation...And now i am always sitting around doing nothing...(Makan gaji buta)=
(got salary without working) Hahahah! Sometime i feel too fucking boring but i enjoy it also la...-.-'.) Are yours working environment is like mine??? What i am sure about my working environment is too fucking boring shit...No Lenglui...No Prety malay chick....Even a prety minachi(indian young chick)....No social life for me ler......If i got batang colleague that same age as my also nvm ler....But here none of them are they. ALl old man....Wakakakak!!! I think i will be a monk after this 3 year la....

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Cina tipu! Melayu Malas! Indian Putar-Belit!

Are your mindset is like this?

Chinaman = cina selalu tipu (chinese people always cheating)

Melayu = Melayu malas (Malay people are lazy)

Indian = India putar-belit (Indian tongue are like snake..I dont know how to describe la)

Don't Stereotype people. Actually not every Chinaman is a cheat, not every Malay is lazy and not every indian are putar-belit(sigh). There are lazy chinaman too. (Me la..Yeah!)
Please change your mindset, so that malaysian will live in harmorny country! Peace! !-_-'

Friday, January 18, 2008

Poor Me!

Yesterday when i was walking out from my office to the lift, i meet an auntie from my office and we start our conversation like this while in the lift......

Autie: Hi!

Me: Hi!

Auntie: Where do you park your car? Basement??

ME: No la! I driving my motorbike! (Har? In my mind....alamak i talk wrong word again, it should be riding my motorbike...Damn la

Auntie: Wah! Then must be dangerous! Carefully will be safe...Where to you stay?

ME: Serdang!

Auntie: Wah! So far. Usual to ride?

Me: No la. This my first time travel for so long!(Zzzzz! I should say, this is my first time riding motorbike in a long distance.)

Auntie: er...??????

After that the lift door was open i and fast-fast say good bye to the auntie that damn bler and cant understand what i am talking about.

Auntie: Bye! (??? on her head)

It is really suck ler when can't talk well in english! every time when people chat english with me..I sure will say ya..yes...ok....ah...erm....ohhhh...It too bad for me la......hoping my english will improve soon!Cau!

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

What is Baba And Nyonya?

This is my first entry of the year 2008 and i was a new noob beginner blogger.(please don't screw me with my bad English) I will start blogging from now cause i was too boring in the office. (No assignment or any project for me!! Waiting vendor to do system for us! Haiz!! I am waiting them to toss me away la)

I am Choosing this title for my blog because i was Peranakan descendant which is baba and nyonya. Babas and nyonyas Melaka are terms used for the descendants of the very early Chinese immigrants to the tanah melayu which is now call Malaysia, who have partially adopted Malay customs in an effort (chronological adaptation) to be assimilated into the local communities. (Am i wearing sarong without underwear like a malay guy??? Of course not la! ZZZZZz!)

'Peranakan' means 'descendants'. Babas refer to the male descendants and the Nyonyas the female. Most Peranakan are of Hoklo (Hokkien) ancestry, although a fair denomination of them are of the Teochew or Cantonese descent. (But what i know from my dad is i was hakka ancestry but i cant even speak any word in hakka! Suck man)

The language of the Peranakans, Baba Malay (Bahasa Melayu Baba) , is a dialect of the Malay language (Bahasa Melayu), which contains many Hokkien words. It is a dying language and contemporary use is mainly limited to members of the older generation; this is indicative also of the Peranakan culture at large. ( in my house, i talk this language within my family members... Wa(i).... Lu(you)....Bak(pig meat).....Yeah!!..Since my parents giving chinese education to all of my sibling, we all also can talk mandarin la...)


In the 15th century, the city states of the Malay Peninsula often paid tribute to various kingdoms such as the kingdoms of China and Siam. Close relations with China were established in the early 15th century, during the reign of Parameswara, when Admiral Zheng He (Cheng Ho), a Muslim Chinese, visited Malacca. In return for such tribute, a princess of China, Hang Li Po was presented as a gift to Sultan Mansur Shah, the Sultan of Malacca, at that time. The royalty and servants who accompanied the princess initially settled in Bukit Cina and eventually grew into a class of straits-born Chinese known as the Peranakan. The Peranakan retained most of their ethnic and religious origins (ancestor worship), but assimilated the language and culture of the Malays. They developed a unique culture and distinct foods. A lot of sources claim that the early Peranakan inter-married with the local Malay population. However, the lack of physical resemblances have also led many experts to believe that the Peranakan Chinese ethnicity has hardly diluted. Some Peranakan distinguish between Peranakan-Baba (those Peranakan with part Malay ancestry) from Peranakan (those without any Malay ancestry). The Peranakan often sent their sons and daughters to China to look for spouses. Also, the religion of the local Malay population was Islam which forbids inter-marriage with other religions without conversion first. In the early 1800s, new Chinese immigrants to the Straits Settlements bolstered the Peranakan population.

Over the centuries, the Peranakans have evolved a unique culture that maintains many Chinese traditions, such as celebrating the Lunar New Year and the Lantern Festival, while adopting the customs of the land they settled in, as well as those of their successive colonial rulers. There are traces of Portuguese, Dutch, British, Malay and Indonesian influences in Baba culture. (Wa am i keturunan HANG LI POH???)


The Peranakans were partially assimilated into the Malay culture (especially in food, dress, and language), while retaining some Chinese traditions (religion, name, and ethnic identity), thereby creating a fusion culture of their own. For instance, from their Malay influence, a unique "Nyonya" cuisine has developed using the spices of Malay cuisine (examples are Chicken Kapitan, a dry chicken curry, and Inchi Kabin, a Nyonya version of fried chicken). The women (Nyonyas) have taken to wearing the baju kebaya (a Malay dress, seen most notably as the uniform of Malaysia and Singapore Airlines' female flight attendants). Proposals of marriage were made by a gift of a "pinangan", a 2-tiered lacquered basket to the intended bride's parents brought by a go-between person who will speak on behalf of the suitor. However, most of the Peranakans are not Muslim, and have retained the traditions of ancestor worship of the Chinese; though some converted to Christianity. The wedding ceremony of the Peranakan is largely based on Chinese tradition, and is one of the most colorful and fascinating wedding ceremonies in Malaysia and Singapore. At weddings, the Dondang Sayang, a form of extempore rhyming song in Malay, sung and danced by guests at the wedding party was a highlight. Someone would start on a romantic theme which will be carried on by others, each taking the floor in turn slowly dancing in slow gyrations as they sang, It required quick wit and repartee and often gave rise to laughter and applause when a particularly clever phrase was sung. The melodic accents of the Baba-Nonya and their quaint turns of phrase lend to the charm of this performance.
(ALl campur-campur la, chinese, malay, portugis, and so on la...)

My Hope.......

Peranakan culture is disappearing. Without colonial British support for their perceived racial neutrality, government policies in both countries following independence from the British have resulted in the assimilation of Peranakans back into mainstream Chinese culture. In Singapore, the Peranakans are classified as ethnically Chinese, so they receive formal instruction in Mandarin Chinese as a second language (in accordance with the "Mother Tongue Policy") instead of Malay. In Malaysia, the standardization of Malay as Bahasa Melayu — required for all ethnic groups — has led to a disappearance of the unique characteristics of Baba Malay.

(Thats the unique who i am.....So my friend don't keep asking me what is my descendant and dont because of i can talk bahasa melayu fluently and i have dark skin make you all people thinking that i am malay guy! From all the experience i have gone through, first expression when a stranger meet me was thought that i was malay! :S (hate about that man!, even though some time i got benefit for it)