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Saturday, October 31, 2009

行きましょう~~no need yodobashi after this:)

Ikebukuro-The biggest LABI(Yamada Denki) in Japan has just kick-started their operation yesterday!

Well, pity for Biccamera( located just the opposite side of LABI), they surely have a blow in sale revenue after this.

行こうぜ!

IMG_0868New LABI in Ikebukuro, Tokyo.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Jangan jadi kacang.

IMG_0101Ia mengejar kecemerlangan tanpa lupa daratan, Berperwatakan hebat, bersopan, Sejauh mana kejayaan ditempa, Balik mencium tangan ibu bapa, Di barisan hadapan sebagai pembela, Ilmu di dada menabur jasa, Semakin memuncak cita-cita, Semakin tunduk pada yang Esa.

-Profil Pelajar SDAR-

gambar aku bersama kiyo-kun.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

人生って。。。

One thing about internet is, we can easily share our thoughts and life experiences, no matter where you are, what citizenship you have, or no matter what native language you speak.

I happened to click on this http://mylifeisaverage.com/, from friends facebook, which I found very interesting and funny to read.

And here’s are few of my favs;

“Today, I was texting my boyfriend and he said he was hungry. I replied so was I. I called pizza hut and ordered a pizza and told them to deliver it to his house. In the next 20 minutes a pizza hut guy came to his door giving him a pizza already paid for. 5 minutes after he texted me thank-you, an ice cream truck pulled up in my drive saying have whatever you want. I love my boyfriend.MLIA”

I love my girlfriend. She always say to me, “you nakal nakal nakal!”":P

“Today, after several months of trying to get my hot neighbor's attention by dressing in pretty clothes and wearing make-up, I decided that it is a lost cause. This morning, I slipped into a pair of faded jeans and a white t-shirt and only wore lip gloss and was leaving my house to walk to Starbucks. I meet him in the hallway and Mr. Usually Oblivious says to me "You look pretty today," and asks if he can join me. All this time he's just been waiting for me to be myself. Average is good. MLIA”

Easy, huh? Just be yourself:)

“Today, I was watching Jimmy Neutron. At one point, Jimmy said "I sense a disturbance in my pants, ma'am." I laughed. MLIA”

Disturbances. For me, it’s bout how you define it. if you are not disturbed by it at all, why to worry?

“Today, I got into a car accident. I then came home and checked my facebook, and I had a friend request. From the kid who hit me. MLIA”

Forgiveness. BIG meaning:)

 

And lastly, my fav pic,

IMG_0840LOL.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Iklan U-Mobile

malay tongue twister: Kakak ku kata, kuku kaki ku kotor. Ku kikis kuku kotor kaki ku. 

These vids from U-Mobile have always been my favourite!!

Enjoy!

 

 

 

KISAH LUQMAN AL-HAKIM DENGAN TELATAH MANUSIA

For those who know why I post this entry, please shut up. And think.

 

KISAH LUQMAN AL-HAKIM DENGAN TELATAH MANUSIA

Dalam sebuah riwayat menceritakan, pada suatu hari Luqman Hakim telah masuk ke dalam pasar dengan menaiki seekor himar, manakala anaknya mengikut dari belakang. Melihat tingkah laku Luqman itu, setengah orang pun berkata, 'Lihat itu orang tua yang tidak bertimbang rasa, sedangkan anaknya dibiarkan berjalan kaki."

Setelah mendengarkan desas-desus dari orang ramai maka Luqman pun turun dari himarnya itu lalu diletakkan anaknya di atas himar itu. Melihat yang demikian, maka orang di passar itu berkata pula, "Lihat orang tuanya berjalan kaki sedangkan anaknya sedap menaiki himar itu, sungguh kurang adab anak itu."

Sebaik sahaja mendengar kata-kata itu, Luqman pun terus naik ke atas belakang himar itu bersama-sama dengan anaknya. Kemudian orang ramai pula berkata lagi, "Lihat itu dua orang menaiki seekor himar, adalah sungguh menyiksakan himar itu."

Oleh kerana tidak suka mendengar percakapan orang, maka Luqman dan anaknya turun dari himar itu, kemudian terdengar lagi suara orang berkata, "Dua orang berjalan kaki, sedangkan himar itu tidak dikenderai."

Dalam perjalanan mereka kedua beranak itu pulang ke rumah, Luqman Hakim telah menasihatai anaknya tentang sikap manusia dan telatah mereka, katanya,

"Sesungguhnya tiada terlepas seseorang itu dari percakapan manusia. Maka orang yang berakal tiadalah dia mengambil pertimbangan melainkan kepada Allah S.W.T sahaja. Barang siapa mengenal kebenaran, itulah yang menjadi pertimbangannya dalam tiap-tiap satu."

Kemudian Luqman Hakim berpesan kepada anaknya, katanya,

"Wahai anakku, tuntutlah rezeki yang halal supaya kamu tidak menjadi fakir. Sesungguhnya tiadalah orang fakir itu melainkan tertimpa kepadanya tiga perkara, iaitu tipis keyakinannya (iman) tentang agamanya, lemah akalnya (mudah tertipu dan diperdayai orang) dan hilang kemuliaan hatinya (keperibadiannya), dan lebih celaka lagi daripada tiga perkara itu ialah orang-orang yang suka merendah-rendahkan dan meringan-ringankannya."

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

イメチェン..sigh~

イメチェン-abbr. for イメージチェンジ(image change).

It usually refers to a rising trend among OLs(office lady) in Japan, where after 5 pm, right after working hours end, they creatively make some changes in their appreances.

俺もイメチェンしちゃうか。

Haha. Do I need changes?

Arghh. About my current study-honestly I have limited time. バイト(part-time jobs), バド(badminton), futsal and MSAJ take my free time too much. She’s right. I need to slowdown.

So much that I realized time-management is soooo important!

Sigh~Need to study programming. Sucks.

Friday, October 16, 2009

H-1-N-1 versi lembah sepet

I was just as shocked as everyone else.Yelah, to know that the pandemic showed its true colours during the Raya Celebration at embassy last Sunday was really soooo surprising!

As for now, 2 Malaysian students at Saitama Uni have been diagnosed with the flu. While in Tokyo Tech, more and more Malaysian students have registered to join the flu club. Interesting. isn’t it?

I believed Pn Siti Zaharah has emailed everyone to be ready and to take precautious steps to counter this bab-i flu.

Hope this doesn’t get worse, or else this might be a chaos in the Malaysian newspapers.

お体をお大事に~~~

To Rahimi and Zuraini, get well, OK?

Thursday, October 15, 2009

埼玉大学の休講のお知らせ

 

For 工学部, here’s the updated link where all cancelled lectures are annouced.

http://www.saitama-u.ac.jp/kougaku/kyuukou/kyuukou.html

keitai’s view is here.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

MSAJ All Japan Sports Festival (MSAJ 全日本スポーツ大会)

Here I have an annoucement…

Kepada semua ahli MSAJ,

Tibalah masa yang dinanti-nantikan! Tahun ini MSAJ akan menganjurkan “MSAJ All Japan Sports Festival”.

MSAJ All Japan Sports Tournament ( MSAJ 全日本スポーツ大会 )
FUTSAL DAN BOWLING

Tarikh : 22 November 2009 ( Ahad )

Tempat : CK Square NIIZA di Saitama-ken ( depan 新座駅 )
( Futsal ) – Tingkat 8
( Bowling ) – Tingkat 6

Masa : 11.00am – 6.30pm
( Futsal ) – 11.00am – 6.30pm
( Bowling ) – 2.00pm – 6.30pm

*Penyertaan adalah terbuka kepada semua pelajar Malaysia di Jepun
*Bayaran tambahan akan dikenakan bagi peserta bukan ahli MSAJ

FUTSAL
1.Setiap pasukan hendaklah terdiri daripada 5 pemain dan dihadkan seramai 3 pemain simpanan.
2. Yuran pendaftaran adalah 5000yen bagi satu pasukan (bayaran sebanyak 500yen akan dikenakan ke atas setiap PESERTA bukan ahli MSAJ ).
3.Setiap pasukan dikehendaki menghantar satu pemain untuk menjadi pengadil.
4. Hadiah dalam bentuk wang tunai, piala, dan pingat untuk pemenang-pemenang tempat PERTAMA,KEDUA DAN KETIGA.
5. Tempat penyertaan adalah terhad kepada pasukan mendaftar dahulu.

BOWLING
1. Setiap pasukan hendaklah terdiri daripada 4 pemain (pemain wanita adalah dialu-alukan )
2. Yuran pendaftaran 2000yen bagi satu pasukan
( bayaran lebih sebanyak 200yen akan dikenakan ke atas setiap PESERTA jika bukan ahli MSAJ )
*yuran pendaftaran tidak termasuk bayaran kasut
3. Hadiah dalam bentuk pingat untuk pasukan-pasukan tempat PERTAMA DAN KEDUA.
4. Piala juga akan dianugerahkan kepada “Top 3 Bowler”.
5. Penyertaan adalah terhad kepada 10 pasukan pertama yang mendaftar dahulu.

Kepada sesiapa yang berminat, sila “download” dan isikan borang penyertaan. Namakan fail  *nama pasukan*_msajsport.xls dan hantar kepada emel berikut. Amaran: Penyertaan tidak akan diterima jika borang tidak digunakan atau tidak lengkap.


FUTSAL
Shahrul Nizam bin Azman ( Cikun )
@ perhubunganahli@msaj.net

BOWLING
Lai Chai Ei ( Lai )
@ sukan@msaj.net

TARIKH TUTUP: 31 Oktober 2009

Sebarang pertanyaan boleh ditujukan kepada Lai ( 080-3534-0296 ) atau Cikun ( 080-3398-2620 ) atau melalui laman web MSAJ ( www.msaj.net )

Yang menjalankan tugas,
AJK Sukan dan Rekreasi
MSAJ

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Badminton Tournament

Yesterday I competed in the Foreign Autumn Sports Fair which was held in Chuo-ku Sogo Gymnasium in Tokyo(Hamacho Station) and considering that our team didn’t really train beforehand, we showed some persistence to win the 4th place. Yeah it was great!

Actually we had 4 Malaysian teams for badminton. 3 for men and 1 for women. I thought there just 2 teams from Malaysia. So glad to know others joined us as well. The other Malaysian teams were from Nagaoka National University, 高専 somewhere there and from private university. They got 7th place and 8th place. Still OK:)

For my team, I assembled the team and the members are:

  1. Shahrul Nizam Azman. 埼玉大
  2. Masmustaqeem Abu Bakar. 千葉大
  3. Hasnor Sani Abdul Hamid. 千葉大
  4. See Chin Chet. 東京工業
  5. Ooi Shukeat. 社会人

DSC04300 Malaysia Boleh! Men team.

In semifinal, we lost to the eventual champion, and in 3/4 place, we lost in a fighting way, as we all lost in rubber sets.

Oh by the way, the format was like Thomas Cup, with just 1 single game and 2 double games. The team who won 2 games have the glory.

DSC04305 Men team+Women team

And, finally..

I was tired.

Kruk Krak Kruk Krak through out my muscles.:P

Monday, October 12, 2009

Lab and いろいろ

I’ve got my lab projects for this semester, and there’re as follows:

  • Simulations on Information and Communication Engineering.
  • Perfomance Tests on Wireless Network
  • Sensor system

Each lab will be conducted within 4 weeks, and it will be different from last semester, tougher and harder.

And, I need to prepare for the JLPT exam too. Lots of kanjis to remember. Hope I can have some fun memorizing them:)

And lastly, about badminton.

I have tournament today.

Can’t wait to see my arcsaber10 in action!

頑張って!

 

-kenyang makan byk masa saidai open house, thx minna!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

電役雷捕

It’s “ほらいえきでん”. Uniquely, we have to read it from right to left. And it brings the meaning of “catch(捕) the lighting(雷), then manipulate it to produce electrics(電), to benefit(役) human being”.

The weird kanji(read from right to left) is actually from my 高電圧工学 class. Haha, nothing interesting actually, I just wanna share to you all one of the wierdo of the thousands of kanji out there.

Move on.

Outside it’s cold and raining. Yes, IT’S AUTUMN who’s coming. The temperature now continues to drop. COLD. And I don’t like coldness.

And, this year is year of disasters. You try google for “2009 disasters” and LOTS of disasters might really make us awake that the world isn’t stable anymore.

This is the latest in Japan.

The typhoon no.18 is said to be coming to Tokyo. Till now, it has struck Okinawa and Kagoshima. And it steadily is moving west, approching the Kanto area, including Saitama. The powerful typhoon is expected to attack Saitamaians between Thursday and Friday this week.Ohh..

Update.

Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba and Ibaraki are the most potential prefectures to be approached by the typhoon.

Mmm.

Sediakan payung sebelum hujan yee..

Friday, October 2, 2009

get clickin’

I wasn’t like last semester. I was excited and determined.

This academic term is gonna be busy, I promise.

Haha. Not busy study, but busy with many things. Study is a MUST, plus I have baito, plus my weekly badminton on Wedesday, MSAJ matters, plus many things.

Yap Yap. I need to stay cool, healthy and motivated.

頑張れ!!

ps: it gets colder. 寒い。。

pss: I know she’s always there for me.:)

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Arcsaber10

This post has two parts, the reminiscence and the current events. Looong and boring.hehe.

::2004::

This past few days have made me recall one of my high school students passion, which was badminton. I reminisce a lot about it lately, and it DOES feel good.

I remember our glory as district player, training very passionately towards the state level. We made far well than we had thought, just losing to the defending double champ, who was last year state champion in the quarter final. It was a straight set, but we put really great fight to torture the champion.

From the beginning, my school is not a project school for churning out badminton talents. Well, because of the hardwork and the determination of our school players, plus the support from the principal( Mr Rauhi likes badminton so much!), we managed to swipe the men singles and doubles in the district level.

Next, to the state level. And now we’re trained like hell by our young coach, one of the natioanal players from NS. He showed us some hidden skills, and he made us learning from basics.

Oh by the way, I’m a double player. I partnered up with Shukran, or Hanan, and together we brushed up our skills and the best thing was, we once were picked up to represent our state to the national level. There were 8 doubles that were selected, and only 3 could make it to te national. But, we didn’t go to the selection, as Mr Rauhi didn’t permit us, certainly because he wanted us to focus on SPM.

Haha. That’s what he said(focusing on SPM), but we continued playing. Along with our juniors, we even infiltrated the locked badminton hall, and luckily we never got busted. And even if we got cought, I think nothing would bad happen, as we had the school boss backing us up! Plus, apparently and coincidentally the majority of the badminton players really had good results. You see, now I’m in Japan, and Shukran’s now in Rep. Cech, pursuing his medicine.

During my high school days, the point system used was 15-points system. The system enable us to play longer, and much importantly, to feel secure making silly mistakes. Now the currently-used 21 point system doesn’t give the players any chances to screw up. Worse, the game becomes shorter than before.

The current point system actually helped Roslin Hashim to gain his mere 2-week-only number one in the world ranking. He’s the second Malaysian player to achieve that, while Lee Chong Wei is the third one.

Personally, I don’t like the system. I prefer to play longer. We all do, right?

 

::2009::

It’s the YONEX Japan Open that actually sparks my passion back. I went to the semi-finals and finals on 26th and 27th September. Sadly, no Malaysian players made it to the semi-finals.

I was given by the embassy 15 free tickets to the semis and 5 tickets to the finals. On behalf of MSAJ, and I was in-charge to distribute the tickets to Malaysian students who wanna go to the event. But as expected, not many who wanted to go. What I can conclude are, first, many were in Malaysia to have their summer hols there, and second, Malaysian players led by Lee Chong Wei were putting their asses down back to Malaysia. Haha still, I didn’t care, as what I wanna watch is world-class badminton!

DSC04277 

In the semifinal day, There’re about 12 students who got into the venue stadium, which was Tokyo Gymnasium near the Sendagaya Eki, while during the final day, 5 students came, with the group from embassy, led by En Redha. Pn. Siti Zaharah also showed up with her husband and kids.

There, I watched Taufik Hidayat and Bao Chunlai playing in the final. The former was simply awesome in the semi, but due to reasons I didn’t know, his performance was near par during his defeat to Bao Chunlai in the final.

on the left is Taufik, Chunlai on the right

Markis Kido-Hendra Setiawan partnership also was world-class level. They showed to all what double player should do. They beat their young compatriot and won the double in style.

There were also Japanese players in the final. It was Maeda Miyuki-Suetsuna Satoko pair. Before that, in the semifinal, Hirose Eriko entertained the Japanese crowd with an awesome fight before going down to Wang Yi Hang from China.

DSC04274 Maeda Miyuki—kawaii…

::ARCSABER10::

It’s my brand new racket-and I’m going to use it for at least in 15 years to come!

ACRSABER10 is now MINE!!

The frame top, frame, joint, shaft, top and end gap and the grip are simply the best—>used by the most talented shuttlers in the world, Taufik Hidayat and Cikun jugak hahahaha

IMG_0817  ARCSABER 10-the coolest ever!!

On the left is my 1000-yen racket, a KAWASAKI 0T-030, while on the right is my ultimate weapon on the court, my 25,200-yen ARCSABER10(hehe but I got 25 percent off!!)

Here are the features for Acrsaber 10:

  • Level: Advance 
  • Type: Fast / Attacking / Offensive  usually I’m playing offensive.
  • Flex: Stiff
  • Head: Square/Isometric
  • Weight: 85-89gm(3U-) / 90-95gm(2U-) I chose 3U, better for accuracy on the court.
  • B.Pt: 7 (Even Balance)
  • ===============
  • Head: H.M. Graphite, CS Carbon Nanotube, Super HMG
  • Shaft: H.M. Graphite, Ultra PEF
  • Cover: Yonex Full Cover
  • String: Yonex Nano BG 98, strung at 22 lbs 22 lbs was perfect for me, as I want both the durableness and the power.
  •  

    I chose to buy 3U-G4 specs for my racket. 3U for the lightest weight and G4 grip for the biggest grip available(arcsaber only has G4-G5)

    But I plan to add more grip size by putting on some grip tape later:)

    Apparently the racket is still new in the market, where official launch was in March 2008. It’s newer version is Arcsaber Z-Slash.

    Yesterday I smashed the shuttlecocks for the first time using ARC10 and it feels really great!! It’s like I’ve turned into Taufik Hidayat!! hehe LOL.

    Playing along the real regulars from Malaysian embassy really level up my passion towards badminton. As a matter of fact, it’s been over one year I never play seriously. And maybe every Wednesday night, I’ll play(not play-play) badminton with them at Meguro-ku Chuo Gymnasium.

     

    ps: I LOVE IT!

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