31 May 2011




Menurut kepercayaan orang Cina, memelihara ikan Kaloi akan membawa kesenangan kepada pemiliknya.

29 May 2011

TUGASAN 1 - PRA-U 1 ( 6BA DAN 6BC ) MEI 2011

Para pelajar Pra-U1 yang dikasihi, bahan tugasan pertama bulan Mei 2011 ialah,

1. Jelaskan kongsep, Penduduk sebagai sumber.

2. Apakah yang dimaksudkan dengan penduduk sebagai agen perubahan ?

Wife rescued husband from being mauled by tiger

An Orang Asli man was attacked by a tiger last Saturday and lived to tell the tale. Tambun Gediu, 60, from an Orang Asli settlement in Kg Sungai Tiang, 75km from Gerik town, was hunting squirrels in the fringes of the Belum forest when he came upon the tiger.

"I was trailing a squirrel and crouched to shoot it with my blowpipe when I saw the tiger.

"That's when I realised that I was being trailed," he said after surgery at Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital here yesterday.

Tambun said he tried to escape by climbing up a tree, but the tiger caught up with him and dragged him down.

"I was terrified and I used all my strength to punch the animal in the face, but it would not budge.

"I had to wrestle with it to keep its jaws away from me, and it would have clawed me to death if my wife had not arrived."
His wife, Han Besau, 55, came to his aid after hearing the tiger's roars and managed to drive the beast away by hitting its head with a large wooden ladle.

Tambun, who suffered lacerations on his head, face, neck and both knees, had to wait more than 10 hours before being admitted to Gerik Hospital because rescuers had difficulty in going to his settlement, which is deep in the Belum Temenggor Forest complex.

He was then transferred to Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital after doctors deemed it necessary for him to have an operation to clean his wounds.

There are no operation theatres at Gerik Hospital.

State executive councillor Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon, who visited Tambun at the hospital here, said the man's condition was stable.

"Most of his lacerations were not too deep and he did not require any stitches.

"Tambun, however, has open wounds on his knees that will take time to heal."

Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) Perak director Shabrina Mohd Shariff, who was also present, said she would help Tambun get financial aid from the Wild Animal Attack Relief Fund.

She added that Perhilitan officers, together with those from the State Department of Orang Asli Affairs, would visit the place where Tambun was attacked and try to track the tiger, believed to be a male, weighing between 80kg and 90kg.

"The tiger was probably hunting for prey and mistook Tambun for a mammal.

"This is not unusual as Tambun was in the tiger's natural habitat."

She estimated that there were about 200 tigers in the jungles of Perak and said five had been spotted near the East-West Highway, near Jeli, Gerik and Lenggong.

28 May 2011

A gruesome found to Japanese dolphin killings

This shocking video image shows the harrowing plight of hundreds of dolphins as fisherman use tarpaulin to cover up the horrific slaughter.
Officials in Japan had claimed that the mammals were destroyed humanely as a source of meat after the Oscar-winning documentary The Cove exposed the killings in 2009.

Barbaric pictures of the sea turned blood red from heavy bleeding from the defenceless animals sparked a wave of international condemnation of the activity.

Fisherman claimed that driving a spike into the dolphins' spinal chord killed them humanely and instantly.
But a secret video shot from cliffs opposite the cove in Taiji, Japan, exposes how the cruel fisherman hide the painful deaths beneath a shabby blue and green tarpaulin cover.
Footage shot by US group Save Japan Dolphins reveals how the creatures thrash around in a frenzy as they are herded against jagged cliffs.
They are then caught in fishing nets and dragged towards a boat. The fisherman uses plastic sheets to pull the dolphins under the tarpaulin.
In the video a hunter can be seen plunging a spike into the dolphin's back as it wriggles around in agony. The fisherman then crams a wooden plug into the animal to stop blood turning the sea red.
They then drown the animals by tying their fins and pushing them underwater.
The footage has caused outrage among activist who have campaigned for the Japanese government to end the practice.

Ric O'Barry, 71, who made The Cove which first exposed the killings said the practice was 'beyond cruel'.

Ric, who also trained TV dolphin flipper, told the Huffington Post: 'Volunteers have been on the ground since Sept. 1 monitoring the fisherman, documenting as much as possible.

'While the footage has been devastating, what was missing was the actual kill, which happens behind a cold blue tarp.

'But our supporters are patient, and the other day Save Japan Dolphins volunteer Leah Lemieux was there when the tarp fell.

'What she caught on tape was devastating. The fisherman does appear to stab the dolphin behind its blowhole.

'But the dolphin's death is far from quick, and couldn't under any circumstances be considered humane. You'll see how many of the dolphins desperately throw themselves on the rocky coastline in effort to escape, or perhaps hasten their own inevitable death.

'The dolhpins thrash in agony for minutes. It is beyond cruel. We knew it was lie but couldn't prove it until now.'

Foreign conservationists from countries including Australia and the US have maintained a vigil at Taiji for almost five months to document the hunt by local fishermen.
Since September, about 670 dolphins have been killed in the cove, and another 150 have been captured, according to estimates by the Cove Guardian activists.

Australian marine science student, Nicole McLachlan, 19, said netted striped dolphins threw themselves against rocky cliffs in panic before about 40 were dragged by their tails into a makeshift tent on a beach and stabbed to death.

'One of the hardest things I have witnessed here is the distress and anguish of these animals during a slaughter,'she wrote in a blog.

'And today some were taken under the tarps and killed while the rest of their family remained in the waters nearby.

'The cries and thrashing of the dying dolphins could be heard so loudly, even from all the way up on top of that hill. I can't even imagine what their families were thinking as they waited for their exact same fate.'

The Japanese government claims the killings are traditional.

The mayor of Taiji, Kazutaka Sangen, told the Associated Press his community took pride in the hunt.
'We will pass down the history of our ancestors to the next generation, preserve it,' he said.

'We have a strong sense of pride about this, so we are not going to change our plans for the town based on the criticism of foreigners.'


A chinese family got the shock of their lives when a giant sinkhole emerged(submerged?) in their backyard.

We have all heard about Ali Baba and his mysterious directive from 101 Tales of the Arabian Nights, “open sesame”, but whoever would have thought that a hole could open as suddenly as that fabled door in one man’s back yard overnight?
That is exactly what happened to Zhang Fengrong and his family in Leshan, Sichuan province, China, who were forced to evacuate their home after a 70-foot wide sinkhole unexpectedly opened up in the family backyard overnight.

The depth of the giant crater remains unknown, despite several attempts to measure it by releasing first a 130-foot rope and then a 200-foot rope. Neither rope reached the bottom.

“We can hear the sound of water when we stand on the edge of the hole, but when we throw down stones we don’t hear them land or splash,” said Zhang.

Zhang told the press that he heard a sudden roar, like an earthquake, in the middle of the night, which startled him awake. Stepping outside his back door, he witnessed a giant crater opening up and moving rapidly towards his home.

Within the span of 24 hours, the hole spread from about 10-feet wide to its current size.

The family have temporary living quarters in two rooms provided by the village, and neighbors have helped them move their belongings from the home.

Sinkholes aren’t common phenomena, but they have occurred in other places in the world, including Guatemala. Another sinkhole almost 80-meters long cropped up near a school elsewhere in China, and a three story building and a private home fell into the hole.

Sinkholes are usually caused by the removal of underground soil by water. Sometimes the hole forms slowly and in other instances it is sudden, like a volcanic eruption.

27 May 2011


20 May 2011




Seramai 10 orang guru dan 10 orang pelajar akan mengikuti program ini dari 26hb Jun hingga 28hb Jun 2011.

Urusan surat menyurat melalui JPNJ dan unit Dasar Hubungan Antarabangsa telah dibuat ke Kementerian Pendidikan Brunei.

Tempahan Tiket kapalterbang secara "Online" dengan menggunakan penerbangan Air Asia telah dibuat. Para peserta akan berlepas ke Brunei pada Ahad, 26 Jun 2011 dengan penerbangan AK5180 dari LCCT pada jam 7.20pagi dan dijangka sampai ke Miri pada 9.25 pagi.

Penerbangan balik pada 28 Jun 2011 dengan penerbangan AK 5187 berlepas dari Miri Airport pada 7.10 malam dan dijangka sampai di LCCT pada jam 9.20 malam.

Tugasan kita kini ialah untuk mendapatkan sebanyak mungkin tajaan agar kita dapat mengurangkan kos kita.

Minta para peserta bersemangat berusaha mendapatkan penaja dan banyak tajaan, maka kuranglah kos kita.

18 May 2011


Hi it's me. ASMIRANDAH...!

Sst....i see a cuckoo up there!

How's the day fellas ?

Great ? Good then....


Asmirandah Zatman, born on October 5 1989, is a beautiful young Indonesia woman actrees. She has a combination of western and local face brought of her parents. Her debuts in TV series are “Inikah Rasanya Cinta” and “Cinta SMU 2” and follow with Kawin Gantung, Arti Cinta, Maha Kasih, Maha Kasih 2, Kau Masih Kekasihku, Wulan, Surga-Mu, Baby Doll, and Melody.

Her debuts in TV series are “Inikah Rasanya Cinta” and “inta SMU 2” and follow with Kawin Gantung, Arti Cinta, Maha Kasih, Maha Kasih 2, Kau Masih Kekasihku, Wulan, Surga-Mu, Baby Doll, and Melody. She’s also participating in some product for TV commercial as an actress of course.

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She’s also participating in some product for TV commercial as an actress of course.

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17 May 2011


Sambutan Hari Guru peringkat sekolah diadakan seperti juga tahun-tahun lepas. Saya ikut aje program. Macam Saleh Yaakub dalam Radio Sinar kata- " I Follow......"