What Are You Looking For?

It’s very common in Malaysia that whenever an accident happens, people will stop and look. It doesn’t matter how serious the accident is, people will stop and look. Dozens of people will stand by the roadside to watch. Even those driving or riding a motorbike will slow down to look. Among all those looking, only a handful will actually lend a hand to the victims. This will then lead to a jam.

When I was reading the papers today, I came across the picture below.

Photo snapped from The Star 16 March 2007

The caption clearly states that all motorists were “slowing down to have a closer look at the trailer“. Is it a Malaysia’s culture to be busybody when an accident happens? It’s like everyone’s looking for something. So…WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?

Dropped a coin ah?

Want to see got blood or not ah?

Trailer’s number plate ah? (to buy 4D)

“WAN HAI” ah? 😈

Gift of sight

(Thursday, February 15, 2007)

Article “Gift of sight”, taken from The Star (StarTwo, Tuesday 13 February 2007):

Have a (or a few) pair of old spectacles collecting dust some where in your home? Instead of throwing it away, or letting it rot, why not donate it? A collaborative project between Lions Club and the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has prepared 32 collection centers in Petaling Jaya for your convenience to give away your old spectacles.

Don’t throw away your old spectacles. Donate it! So that some under-privileged people may have a chance to use it. The list of collection centers is shown below.

Quoted from TheStar:

Drop-off centres MBPJ HQ, Menara MBPJ, DJROA Community Recycling Centre, Ming Tien Food Court in Taman Megah, Taman Megah RA, Magnum in Taman Megah, Taman Mayang Jaya RA, Morning Market SS2/63 (in front of MJ restaurant), Lovely Disabled Home in SS2, PJCC at Jalan 17/21, London Optical in Damansara Utama, Malaya Optical at Jalan Yong Shook Lin, RA Section 5 (Photo Shop of Jalan Chantek), SK Sri Kelana, RT Jalan Carey, RT Section 1A, RT SS5, Komuniti Link at Summit Shopping Centre, Saujana Apartment RA in Damansara Damai, RT Kampung Chempaka, JKKK Kampung Kayu Ara, Beautiful Gate at Jalan SS2/24, RA SS3, Klinik Huang in SS3, RT Sea Park, Clinic MBPJ, RT Section 4A, MBPJ Landscape Department in Taman Bandaran Kelana Jaya, Hotel Lisa De Inn, Hotel PJ De Inn and Komuniti Link in ICT Centre at Jalan 17/1A.

RA: Residents Association
RT: Rukun Tetangga

For further details or donation in bulk, contact Lee Lih Shyan at 012-2081489.

Man sues wife for NO SEX

(Wednesday, February 14, 2007)

I just finished reading an article online. Pretty darn ridiculous if you ask me. The whole story goes something like this:

A man and lady got to know each other through a matchmaker. After dating for 3 months, they finally planned to get married. But not without a contract. The contract states that the sole ‘purpose’ of the marriage was just for procreation (having babies). And that they’ll be sleeping separately after they’ve consummated (had sexual intercourse). However…


On the wedding night, Lin slept fully dressed and wrapped with a quilt, the daily said, without citing any sources.

When Chen tried to sleep with her, the report said, she pushed him away shouting: “You are ridiculous!”

I mean like… WTF???

Why would anyone want to get married, have kids, but wouldn’t have sex, and definitely not sleep with the husband? Why not just go to a sperm bank?

They’ve been together for a year without consummating. The man got so fed up, asked for a divorce, and sued his ‘wife’. And guess what? He WON!

To read the full article, click here.

Hello world!

I’ll leave the post title as it is. I’ve used the same title for my first post in my virgin first blog. The passage below was taken from that blog.

Hello World!

If you’ve taken a programming lesson before in your life, you’ll notice that “Hello World!” is usually the first thing you’ll learn to print out on the screen. Therefore I feel it’s appropriate to start my first blog with the line, “Hello World!”.

I’ve taken the next step now by hosting my blog on my own web hosting and domain. I guess it’s time for me to hit the mainstream. At least I’m trying to. So now the big money will start to flow in. I’ll have hundreds thousands of readers. I’ll probably even be FAMOUS. More people will recognize me on the streets. People on the streets will take photographs with me. Reporters will ask me for interviews. TV hosts will invite me to their shows.


Alright, I’m back to earth now.