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Friday 23 September 2011

Minat KOREA Balik

Dulu, masa muda-muda dulu (ok, sekarang pun still muda... Hehe), saya memang minat drama korea... Banyak cerita yang saya tengok.. My Girl, Full House, Witch Yoo Hee, dan banyak lagilah..

Pastu, stop... Dah tak tengok.... Macam dah tak minatlah konon-kononya...

Then, cuti panjang SPM..... Ahhhhhhhh.... My father beli ASTRO... Ada KBS World channel 391... Ok, tengok balik cerita Korea...

Awwwww.... Aiisyah is in Love... Woot woot...

Dengan siapalah tukan?? Hehehehe...

With him

Hehehe... Ok, pelakon korea.. MOON JOO WOON !!!

Kenal dia ni masa tengok cerita Bread, Dream and Love (King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo)

Mula-mula tu... Tak kenallah siapa dia ni.. So, macam biasa-biasa jelah.. Sebab dalam cerita ni dia jadi tukang masak...

But yang best bila dia berlakon dalam cerita Ojakgyo's Family (Ojakgyo Brothers)... Dia berlakon jadi polis... Awwwww.... Sangat smart.. Hehehe

P/s : Right now musim peperiksaan.. Until 3 Oktober.. And then cuti sampai bulan satu.. Ok, saya sudah tahu nak buat apa bila cuti ni... Nak tahu??? Hehehe

Sunday 18 September 2011

Koo-Tan’s request granted

By Rajes Paul
Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong’s request to train under coach Pang Cheh Chang has been granted.
Now, all that the men’s doubles pair have to do is step up and be counted in their bid to turn their game around before next year’s Olympic Games in London.
On Friday, Kien Keat-Boon Heong lost 21-15, 16-21, 13-21 to South Koreans Jung Jae-sung-Lee Yong-dae in a 66-minute match in the China Masters at Changzhou. It was their first tournament without Rexy Mainaky as their coach.
Looking ahead: Pang Cheh Chang will help Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong prepare for the Japan Open.
Kien Keat-Boon Heong came under fire after an uninspiring performance in the World Championships in England last month. They then parted ways with Rexy, their coach for the past five years, and asked the BA of Malaysia to allow them to train under Cheh Chang.
Yesterday, new doubles head coach Tan Kim Her said that Kien Keat-Boon Heong would officially train under Cheh Chang after next week’s Japan Open in Tokyo.
Cheh Chang was with Kien Keat-Boon Heong in China. He, however, will not join them in Japan. Cheh Chang will return home tomorrow to hold talks with Kim Her and Rosman Razak, the other doubles coach, on plans to beef up Kien Keat-Boon Heong’s training programme for the Olympics.
“Both the elite and back-up men’s doubles players will now train together in the first hour of the training session every day. After that, Kien Keat-Boon Heong will have a more personalised training under Cheh Chang,” said Kim Her.
“Cheh Chang will be responsible for their training but he will be in constant communication with me. Rosman will also be helping out in training. We will give Koo and Tan all the help that they need to get them all fired up. Their ultimate goal is the Olympics.
“These players have to play their part too by giving their all in training and tournaments.
“We have three coaches in the men’s doubles and I hope all players will show their eagerness to learn from us,” added Kim Her.
When contacted in China, Cheh Chang said he was happy he had a chance to watch Kien Keat-Boon Heong in action.
“They showed a strong desire to win. But there are still some areas that we need to work on. I will focus on improving their speed and power on court,” said Cheh Chang.
Cheh Chang added that he would help Kien Keat-Boon Heong prepare for the Japan Open.
“They asked me to train them yesterday (Saturday) and today even though it’s their birthdays (Kien Keat and Boon Heong will be 26 and 24 respectively). They are very committed. Hopefully, they will give a better account of themselves in Japan,” said Cheh Chang.
At the Japan Open, which begins on Wednesday, Kien Keat and Boon Heong are seeded third. They are in the same half of the draw as top seeds Cai Yun-Fu Haifeng of China, Indonesians Alven Yulianto-Hendra Gunawan and Japan’s Hirokatsu Hashimoto-Noriyasu Hirata.
Courtesy of The Star

Final Exam dah Dekat

Assalamualaikum semua !

Final exam dah nak dekat ni.. Start 22 September 2011 and will end 3 October 2011....
Lepas habis je exam, nak terus balik rumah?? Nak terus cuti??? Tak nak!!!!!! Kenapa?? Just wait and see.. Hehehe

Doakan saya and all my friends dapat keputusan yang cemerlang..

"Ya ALLAH, berikanlah kejayaan kepada kami di dunia dan lebih-lebih lagi di akhirat"

Saturday 17 September 2011

Perjalanan dari Bangi ke Bangi, 2 Jam??

Wah!!!! Terkejut I... Yela.. Daripada Bangi ke Bangi mengambil masa selama 2 jam untuk sampai...

Dari seksyen 3 ke seksyen 15 je kot... Tapi, fuhhhhhhhhhh... Lama sungguh... Kenapa?? Adakah jam?? ataupun ??

Ok.. Ok... Mana ada jam.. Tak jam pun... Tapi..........

*aiisyah ni memang suka tangkap gambar kucing.hehehe*

Cuba korang try baca my previous entry... Ala, tajuk PERAK tu... Ok, dah baca bagus... Because this is the story for this entry... Enjoy~

Sebelum kitaorang (me and my family) bertolak nak pergi Perak, my father pergi ke station minyak dulu... And then isilah minyak.. Pastu nak isi angin dalam tayar... Masa nak isi angin, my father nampak something kat tayar tu.. apa entah, saya pun tak tahu... Bocor kot... So, kenalah pergi bengkel kereta.. Mula-mula pergi kat seksyen 3 punya... Tutup... Pergi seksyen 1 pun tutup gak... Finally, pergi seksyen 15... Nasib baik buka... Mula-mula saya ingatkan satu tayar je... Tup tup... 4 tayar yang ditukar... Yang lama sebenarnya nak tunggu tayar sampaila.. Tak tahula tayar tu dari mana... Tak ambil tahu lak... Hehehe... Memang tunggu lama.. Dari pukul 10.00 pagi - 12.00 tengahari....

Pukul 12 lebih baru siap.... And terus bertolak ke destinasi... Pukul 3.30 petang baru sampai Perak....

Friday 16 September 2011


Lama tak update...
Sekarang berada di Perak
Menjemput angah yang sudah cuti semester di UNIVERSITY TEKNOLOGI PETRONAS..
Cuti sampai bulan January 2012...
Ok, /bye

Sunday 11 September 2011


Ni gambar raya tahun ni... Ambil masa 1 Syawal 1432... Siapa yang tangkap gambar ni?? Along yang bearda di US.... Wow ! And this picture was taken in Malaysia... Yes, in Malaysia... Hehehe.. 
Sebenarnya, guna SKYPE... Kiteorang tengah borak-borak dengan along via Skype... And before we end the conversation, along nak tangkap gambar

Perasaan raya tahun ni, entahlah.... Tahun ni rasa lain pula... Selalunya happy... Tapi tahun ni kurang happy... Tak tahu kenapa.. Tak boleh nak cakap.. Kalau sebab along takde pun, last year pun along tak beraya dengan kitaorang... ok je.. Tapi this year, rasa lain... Takdelah sedih, tapi tak happy sangat.. Huhuhu...

Saturday 3 September 2011

Time for a change, Koo-Tan want to revive their careers under Pang

Malaysia’s top doubles pair of Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong have finally spoken their minds – they want to part ways with badminton coach Rexy Mainaky after a tumultuous five-year rollercoaster journey together.
The world No. 5 pair now want to revive their careers under coach Pang Cheh Chang, who is currently handling the women’s doubles department.
Kien Keat-Boon Heong had a heart-to-heart talk with Rexy yesterday to inform him of their decision at Stadium Juara in Bukit Kiara.
The duo had come under severe fire following their meek quarter-final loss to South Koreans Ko Sung-hyun-Yoo Yeon-seong in the recent World Championships in Wembley. It was their fifth defeat by the Koreans over two years.
Top national doubles shuttlers Koo Kien Keat and Tan Boon Heong have decided to part ways with coach Rexy Mainaky after a tumultuous fi ve-year journey. The world No. 5 pair want to try their luck under coach Pang Cheh Chang as they seek to bounce back from the recent World Badminton Championships debacle in London.
Just a year earlier, the duo had showed such aggression to reach the final of the world meet before going down to Cai Yun-Fu Haifeng of China in Paris.
Kien Keat and Boon Heong, however, were quick to point out that they were not blaming Rexy for their recent failures and that they only wanted to find a new direction in their bid to be genuine contenders for medals at next year’s London Olympics.
Kien Keat even admitted that their failure at the world meet was “our own doing”.
“Boon Heong and I are not blaming Rexy. It’s obvious that Boon Heong and I are having problems and it resulted in our poor results at the world meet. We hope this decision to part ways with Rexy will not be misconstrued. We are not blaming him,” said Kien Keat.
“The outcome at the world meet showed that we cannot reproduce the same form that saw us achieve great results in the past. Rexy has done his best for us and we enjoyed good times together ... but we need something new now. We need a change.
“Perhaps another coach can help us. We have reached a plateau in our game. Boon Heong and I have run out of ideas on how to improve our game.”
“A new coach and a fresh training environment could bring back the excitement in our game. I am not saying that Rexy’s training is boring ... it’s just us. Boon Heong and I are ready to try something different.”
“Boon Heong and I had a chat recently and I was keen with his suggestion to train under his former coach Pang.”
Cheh Chang had coached Boon Heong during his junior days at the Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS). In fact, it was under Cheh Chang’s guidance that Boon Heong and his former partner Hoon Thien How emerged as the world junior champion in 2005.
“I believe Pang will be able to help us. I remember my junior days with him and, hopefully, Koo and I will be able to do something different under him as senior players now,” said Boon Heong.
“It is the same as when you work in a company. If you have been a manager for some time and are not going anywhere, one option is to seek a fresh start elsewhere. There is nothing wrong with the present company but it is more about one’s own will to make a difference.
“Koo and I are not undermining Rexy by switching coaches. We realise that we are not going anywhere and we have to do something if we want to be winners again.”
“It was not easy for us to make this decision but we are happy that Rexy took it well when we spoke to him today.”
“I will always be thankful to him. We have won many titles but I will remember him for changing my lifestyle. I used to be lazy but he motivated me to work harder.
“We hope that our request to train under Pang will help us keep alive our dream of doing well in the Olympic Games. We want to win and we have to get our act right with just 11 months to go.”
Kien Keat-Boon Heong played in their first international tournament under Rexy at the Japan Open in September 2006 and reached the final. They nailed the Asian Games gold medal for the first time in three decades for the country at Doha in 2006 – marking their rise as the country’s top pair.
Despite the ups and downs under Rexy, Kien Keat-Boon Heong remained as the country’s best bet to win honours and, if given the right backing, they should return to London as one of the main contenders for the gold medal at the Olympic Games.
Courtesy of The Star

Akhirnya, Dah Tulis

Ok, saya dah update blog ini...

*sorry, gambar tiada kaitan dengan entry*

Friday 2 September 2011

Blog yang Saya Suka Baca

Assalamualaikum semua... Hello... /hihi

This is the type of the blog yang saya suka baca :D

Saya memang minat dengan blog tu... Blog siapa?? Korang boleh baca kat previous-previous entries saya... Korang memang akan dapat jawapannya... Orang yang rajin, memang akan jumpa jawapannya... Hahaha

Tajuk blog tu menarik minat dan hati saya untuk mengklik tajuk tu... Contohnya macam kalau tengok kat dashboard, memang ada banyak post-post baru.. Ya, saya memang follow ramai blogger... But saya tak baca semuanya pun sebab tajuk dia tak menarik minat saya.. In fact, kalau korang nak tahu, kalau ada 10 blog, maybe satu blog tu pun saya tak akan tekan untuk baca... Sorry to say.. But this is the truth... So, blogger-blogger sekalian, kalau korang nak saya baca entry korang, buatlah tajuk yang menarik ya.. Macam mana?? Entahlah, saya sendiri pun tak tahu.. Kalau saya rasa menarik, saya bacalah...

One more thing, please... Tolong... Entry yang panjang-panjang tu, memang saya tak akan baca... Kalau saya baca sikit and tengok panjang lagi.. Memang saya akan scroll je ke bawah without finish reading... And kalau saya rajin, saya akan tulis komen "tak habis baca pun, panjang sangat".... Kalau pendek-pendek tu, memang saya sukalah... kalau sederhana tu, tengok pada keadaan... Sederhana tu panjang ke pendek...

Oklah.. tu je.. Saja nak tulis entry ni :)... Hehehe... Jangan marah /blush

Thursday 1 September 2011

Speaking : Practice Makes Perfect

Trying to speak English

Why? Speaking Test
When? 12th September 2011
What? For English Placement Test (EPT). Get good result, no need to study English anymore
Where? Center of Foundation Studies, International Islamic University of Malaysia (CFSIIUM), Nilai
Who? Everyone learning English at CFSIIUM
How? Minimum 4 people in a group. Discuss the topic given

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