Wednesday, December 14, 2011

5S

Pertandingan 5S baharu sahaja berlalu 11 Disember 2011. Keputusan akan diumumkan pada hari esok, Khamis 15 Disember 2011. Fakulti lain nampak hebat 5S nye, dengan dekorasi yang menarik, tagging yang kemas, susunan yang teratur. Kelmarin tengok kat FTKEA (Fakulti Teknologi Kejuruteraan Elektrik & Automasi). Suka tengok kawasan ruang tamunya, nampak eksklusif. Fakulti lain belum ziarah lagi.



Tengah semangat buat 5S kat bilik sendiri ni, dan juga sempena nak masuk semester baru!

Mulakan dengan laci meja. Berapa markah ni? Lulus tak?



Adeiiiii, masuk semester baru, ada dua subjek baru! Cabaran!

Wahai anak-anakku yang dikasihi sekalian.
Akan saya usahakan untuk berikan ilmu yang bermanfaat untuk kalian semua.
Sokongan dan kekuatan daripada kalian juga amatlah saya perlukan.
Moga dipermudahkan segala urusan.


Terima kasih Allah...

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Bersyukurlah saudara

I got these pictures from my email.

Apakah sebab untuk kita tidak bersyukur dan merasa belas kepada orang-orang miskin?
Ya ALLAH jadikanlah kami orang-orang yang berzikir (mengingatiMU) yang sentiasa dapat membuat amal kebaikan dengan sempurna, dan menjadi orang yang sentiasa mensyukuri nikmat pemberianMU.

We and our children and grandchildren have too much!!!!!


Spanish photojournalist  Omar Havana spent seven months from October 2010 to April 2011 getting to know the people at the dump and documenting their lives.
He says what he saw was "from another world", but that the people are happy.
Here Havana shares his photos and stories with ABC News Online.


One day in Cambodia a boy told me he had been living for many years in the rubbish dumps. I tried hard to get permission to visit them but I didn’t, so I made the decision to go without permission. What I saw there was from another world.

In total there are about 500 people working there, most of whom also live, sleep, eat and drink there. After working for several months in the dumps I even saw a child birth.

 
 A woman feeds a baby under a shelter at the dump.
               
 With 34 per cent of the total population living on less than $1 a day, those in the dumps, at least they can find food and shelter. They earn about 35 cents per day for 14 hours' work.


 A boy scales a bin in search of food.
               
They are nomads. They move from dump to dump when the one they're at is full, normally every four years or so. Their whole life they are living in the dumps; they just move from one to another.
 
 A young girl smiles, surrounded by waste.


They are normal people. Most of the little children are aged between three and 15 and they are always smiling - that was what shocked me most.
The smell is so strong that it gets into your throat. You can taste the smell. Your eyes become full of tears. It is awful, but with time you get used to it.




People scrounge for food as fresh waste arrives.


One day a little boy carrying a bag of blood asked me why the people in my country never smile. I didn’t know what to answer. While he looked at the blood he was carrying as a treasure to eat, he explained to me 'I smile all the time, I’m lucky. Today I’m going to eat this and tomorrow I will see the sun again'.




A boy shows off his find.


They seem immune from the rubbish. Normal sickness is rare; more common is diarrhoea and stomach illness or colds. Something very common there is to suffer cuts and bruises, as most of the children are barefoot in the middle of tonnes of rubbish.


Two young friends embrace.


Basically the dump is their shopping centre. Everything that they need to survive comes from the dump. They always tell me that they are lucky if they find bananas because they are clean under the skin.



 A woman fetches water.


The rubbish is coming from Siem Reap, the main tourist city in Cambodia, where there are many hotels including a few that have rooms for over $1,500 a night. It is a city of almost 150,000 people.


 Pile of scraps at a Cambodian rubbish dump.


They deserve to be known, they deserved to have a voice, and I think their smiles are the best way they can show themselves. They are happy just because tomorrow they will see the sun.



 A young girl sits among the rubbish.


I have to be honest, I didn’t find that place sad. I was happy every time that I was with the people living there.


 Girl laughs while rummaging for food.


The sadness and the tears come after, when you are in your hotel room surrounded by material things and you don’t see the smiles and the faces of the people living there come to your memory - that is when the sadness invades you.


Group of kids at a Cambodian rubbish dump.





I call Cambodia the Forgotten World.
With photography we cannot change the world, but we can change minds and touch hearts. That is the reason why I’m a photographer ... to give a voice to those in silence.
Requiem for a dream: Life on the Cambodian Rubbish Dumps




Video filmed in 2011 in Cambodia by Omar Havana

Sarapan: Ditaja oleh Cik Wan


Alhamdulillah.... sarapan hari ini ditaja oleh Cik Wan...


Terima kasih Cik Wan....

Ni ada kata-kata sikit untuk u...


Ada broccoli takde kubis,
Ku makan sampai habis,
Bekas memang ku basuh,
Tak perlu tunggu u suruh.


Terlalu sedap ku tak tipu,
Terima kasih ku ucap tersipu-sipu,
Nak mintak masak lagi untuk ku,
Tiap-tiap hari pun ku mahu.


Ku tahu u memang pandai masak,
Ku tahu u kerja memang cermat,
Esok masak la nasi lemak,
Lusa tak perlu masak sebab ada taklimat.

(^-^)V

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Menukang meja

 Aktiviti hujung minggu >>>> hasilkan meja daripada kayu terpakai...


 Dengan kekuatan dan kesabaran yang diberikan oleh Allah, dapat juga gergaji kayu menggunakan gergaji tumpul.... huhuh....
Rag rug ada interframe jugak... :)


 Tadaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.... siap mejaku dalam masa lebih kurang 4 jam.
Kos = RM2.00 >>> untuk beli paku sahaja, tu pun tak guna semua paku tu.

Warna =  ???