Friday, April 29, 2011

Macro Project Belakang Rumah

Petang Jumaat yang boring, nengok Prince William kawin pn boring...jadi aku grab aku nye camera n gadget trus pegi blakang rumah. ada la pokok2 bunga..xtau nme bunga...aku bukan la penggemar bunga...ataupun mat aku amik kamera amik gambar2 bunga2 nie...layan je la...kalo cntik komen la...kalo buruk pn komen la...

 gambar kunci nie bukan belakang rumah okay..aku amik kt dalam rumah...boriiiiinggggggg nye psl la nie...

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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Food Prices surged - Beware Malaysian

HONG KONG: World food prices that surged 30 per cent in the first two months of the year threaten to push millions of Asians into extreme poverty and cut economic growth, the Asian Development Bank said yesterday.
The surging prices translated into domestic food inflation of 10 per cent on average in many Asian economies, which could drive 64 million people into poverty, the bank said, adding that it would also erode the living standards of poor families. Food prices have been driven higher by surging oil prices, production shortfalls due to bad weather and export restrictions by food-producing countries.

If higher food and oil prices persist for the rest of the year, they could shave as much as 1.5 percentage points from economic growth in developing Asian countries, the report said.

Some countries will be hit harder than others. Singapore is highly vulnerable to inflation because the tiny city-state must import all its food.
On the other hand, South Korea, where food accounts for a relatively small part of the consumer price index, will get off more lightly.

The rapid increases in the cost of food are a serious setback for the region, which rebounded rapidly from the global economic crisis.

ADB chief economist Changyong Rhee said food export bans and other short-term measures should be avoided. Instead, he urged greater spending to boost agricultural productivity and more investment to improve irrigation, food storage and other infrastructure.
Poor families in Asia are hit much harder by food price inflation because they spend as much as 60 per cent of their income on food, a much higher proportion than in developed countries.

Asia’s developing countries are home to two-thirds of the world’s poor (about 600 million people), who live on US$1.25 (RM3.60) a day or less. In contrast, people in the United States and other wealthy countries spend about 15 per cent of their income on food, so the impact on rising food prices on their wallets isn’t as big.

Global food prices jumped 34.2 per cent in February over a year ago following a 28.4 per cent rise in January, according to the Food and Agriculture Organisation’s benchmark index. The organisation said 29 countries in Africa, Asia, Middle East and Latin America and the Caribbean would need food aid. Cambodia and Laos face unfavourable prospects for crops due to delayed and erratic rains.
In Kuala Lumpur, the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministr y advised Malaysians to be prepared for rising food costs due to the global food crisis.

gambar hiasan : ihsan dari leomadrigal
Deputy Minister Datuk Tan Lian Hoe said Malaysians needed to accept this reality, but said any restructuring of food subsidies would be done in stages.

“This is necessary as the government needs to ensure that specific groups can afford food and other items.” Surging global prices translated into a rise of 2.8 per cent in the consumer price index for January to March compared with the same period last year. The indexes for food and non-alcoholic beverages, and non-food sectors for last month increased by 4.7 and 2.3 per cent compared with the same month last year.
Beware guys... if you read this we will face a hard time in future. Nowadays we can buy "Nasi Campur Lauk Ayam,Sayur" with RM5.00 but due to prices surged it can cost 30% higher. Wowww...macam makan kat hotel pn ada...

Secara positif nya, kita kena la usaha lebih banyak untuk mengelakkan dari bencana makanan di masa hadapan. dalam pepatah arab berkata "Siapa yang berusaha dia la yang jumpa/dapat". Jangan lah salah kan kerajaan (bukan maksud pro-kerajaan), kerana rakyat tak boleh buat keputusan untuk kerajaan. 

Aku saje nak share, dulu2 pernah la dapat email2, yg berbunyi lebih kurang la "Mulai dari hari ni, kita perlu simpan sikit2 bekalan makanan, minuman dan keperluan asasi untuk masa akan datang. Kerana akan datang satu masa, bekalan tidak mencukupi untuk menampung rakyat2 dan umat2 di bumi bertuah nie". Maaf la ye, ayat nye lebih kurang gini la bunyi nye.

Waallahuaalam bis sawwab...

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Sekayu Lagi

Mari2 kita lihat posing2 yg x seberapa maut nie...kalo ikut mmg ada gaya model la skit2..isshhh...perasan btul...kalo dalam family,aku mmg slalu di kategori perasan tp ape pn gembira sentiasa...

Ini aku- xla hebat..cme rse nye nk duduk bawah air terjun tu...

Die suka posing...mmg posing sakan kalo ada camera

korek batu kut2 jumpa emas SEKAYU

its autumn
Ini aje la guys...ada lagi...ada masa Insyaallah..another chapter of life...
Peace be upon you

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Sekayu kata mari...

Ketika bermandi manda bersama isteri tersayang di Sekayu Air Terjun wooo...!!!

Saturday, April 9, 2011

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How Manglish sounds like?

English: Would you turn off the fan?
Manglish: Off the fan.
English: Oh dear,I'm going to be in deep trouble
Manglish: Die!
English: Would you be so good as to turn on the tap,please?Of course!
Manglish: Can on the tap-ah?Can!

English: Would you happen to have some coins?May I borrow 50sen, please?
Manglish: Got coins or not? Can lend 50sen -ah?

English: These durians are really good!
Manglsih: Best - lah the durian!

English: Why is that idiot honking away?
Manglish: That idiot horn for what?

English: I'd like to order a glass of plain water.
Manglish: Sky juice one.

English: Encik Kamal is out of town.
Manglish: Encik Kamal outstation.

Englsih: What are you talking about? That;s absolutely ridiculous!
Manglish: You talk what? Rubbish - lah.

English: I have yet to pay the fine.
Manglish: Norchet pay fine.

English: Would you reverse your car?
Manglish: Gostan!

English: Why are you so long-winded?
Manglish: Talk so much for what?

Sedap tak bunyi English-Bahasa Melayu,kalo dalam bahasa kasar nye, bahasa rojak...hehee..just share some (ini pun manglish)hahahaha...anyway, yg penting org faham...

(reference: Honk if you're malaysian - Lydia Teh)
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