Thursday, March 24, 2011

my busiest week

this week was the longest week ive ever felt during my spell at micet. we have a lot of assignments and getting prepared for the mini project's presentation tomorrow plus lab reports that needed to be submitted before the week end.

its quite hard for me to update the blog due to this narrow time we have even though i have plenty on mind to write in this blog. on top of that i dont have internet connection at my house. right now my housemate and me are trying to get the best of our hours at McD ayer keroh. we are waiting for the breakfast special that comes with special offer before the end of this month. But it is not good for our health if we take fast food too often because it can cause fattiness.

Early this morning we have a presentation for our mini project. so far 80% are completed as an evident of good leadership and teamwork. the slide is done and we are waiting anxiously for our turn to come. i just cant wait to be ready for jumaat prayer because at that time all the burdens are lifted from our head just for awhile for some breather.

everyone are busy updating their blog because tomorrow our respective technical communication lecturers are going to check our posts. tomorrow is also the last day for us to share our stories in the blog because after that we are not needed to update the blog no more. im quite sad because this is my first blog and FYI i feel even more sad because i cant use my tab button to make the paragraph. i also cant upload picture in my post and that has ripped my heart.

so see u again in another time if we have the opportunity to keep in touch in this virtual world.astalavista baby!

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

3rd putrajaya international hot air balloon fiesta 2011

last friday i went to putrajaya to watch hot balloon with my girlfriend. there are so many people come to join the event, including tourist, spectators, and families. balloonist from around the world such as germany, japan, scotland, and many more participate the fiesta. this year's theme is in line with our prime minister's 1Malaysia campaign. below are those balloon pictures that i manage to take since i was late to be there due to whether condition.

the balloon is being heating up!!

the balloonist waving to the people that coming..yeayyy....they did it!

if i was not mistaken, this sad clown balloon is from scotland

behind me is balloon from germany

you see how crowded putrajaya is hahaha...

doreamon!!!hahaa...this is from japan. the best thing is, they turn on the doraemon theme song also hahaah! nice!!!

behind us is the side event which is called sphere rides. it was fun watching people in that ball. so happening!

another closer sphere ride snapshot

but then the rain still coming down..makes very difficult to move :(..but however, it was fun because this is my first time watching hot balloon. thanks to my girlfriend, nor fahimah :)

hikayat merong mahawangsa

first what im thinking about this movie is it is going to be a boring story because im like more to english movies fan. before that also i asking my friends that have already watch that movie and majority said that its a good movie,so i was just like, oh ok i want to try watch that movie. after watching the movie, i said to myself,wow, not bad! seriously, i did feel the story. love the ancient malay  language. its quite a long time not to hear that kind of language. i love the spirit of the character, i mean the hero, merong mahawangsa casting by stephen rahman. well overall, i give 4 star and a half for rating. good job KRU!!!

Monday, March 21, 2011


hello readers.i have been thinking lately and i cant find an interesting topic to share with u guys so i decided to make this short advertisement of some online business that we operated. i hope this post is considered by madam Mariati as a tech com work so that it is also evaluated.thanks madam!hehe

first is the shawl business that me and Alia started about a couple of months ago.the idea came from her and im just an investor and as an adviser. We have already published 3 batches of design and the latest one is coming out in a few days. So i want to take this opportunity to invite girls who loves shawl and boys who are interested to buy shawls for their loved ones. All the pictures and info are given in this blog or on facebook search fylia loggia.

second is my friend's business.he asked me to help him promote his business in my blog(even my blog dont have many follower). He is selling lomography cameras. i dont know if u have heard of it or not but im sure u can find all those stuff in his wesite. the camera is very interesting because u dont have to be a professional photographer  a one of a hell picture editor to get pictures with special effects. its very easy to use and dont cost much.just surf this site to find out more;

Friday, March 11, 2011

A Positive Thing that I'm Going to Do During the Mid-Semester Break is....

mid sem break is the most thing that students cant wait for and same goes to me!cant wait to meet my friends and my family. and the thing that im going to do to release tension after terrible 2 months study full with assignments and test is spend my time more to outdoor activities, jogging at mengkuang dam! this is my favorite
place because of its incredible beautiful view,just like below..

this place also is most favorite shotting scene for those who r just married or for photographer. the lake really makes me so relax and calm. there is also people come just for take a walk and have like a tea time. seriously, u all must come here!!:) 

why do students cheat??

It is a rare individual who actively chooses to be dishonest. But why do a few students make compromising choices? What can lead people to act in ways that they aren't proud of? Below are some underlying beliefs and confusions which give as explanations for slipping standards of integrity.

Students generally are familiar with the disciplinary actions and penalties for getting caught. However, they may fail to understand that one of the personal consequences of cheating and/or plagiarism is that they aren't actually learning or practicing the material. They may not realize that they will actually need and be accountable for certain knowledge and skills.
Students and their families often have very high expectations about grade achievements because they are accustomed to getting As. More pressure comes from the emphasis on grades in hiring and graduate admissions. Some students may feel pressured to develop unorthodox means to get competitive and marketable credentials.

Students often have multiple assignments due on the same day and in some courses may have only a few opportunities to demonstrate what they know. Cheating can be a tempting path when they have difficulty managing their time. Some may have little remorse because they rationalize "doing what it takes" to get all of their work done. One poor performance on a high-stakes assignment or feeling "shafted out of an A" by a curve may increase the perceived pressure to switch from honest work to questionable "shortcuts."

Tuesday, February 22, 2011


"Leadership is like gravity. You know it's there, you know it exists, but how do you define it?" 

This is a very old question that has been discussed and argued for a long time over the century. Many people had died trying to defend their principium.Okay,thats not true.i just made it up. No one have ever died because of this topic.

These are some of the characteristics of a person who are really fit to become a good leader. 

  • Honest — Display sincerity, integrity, and candor in all your actions. Deceptive behavior will not inspire trust.
  • Competent — Base your actions on reason and moral principles. Do not make decisions based on childlike emotional desires or feelings.
  • Forward-looking — Set goals and have a vision of the future. The vision must be owned throughout the organization. Effective leaders envision what they want and how to get it. They habitually pick priorities stemming from their basic values.
  • Inspiring — Display confidence in all that you do. By showing endurance in mental, physical, and spiritual stamina, you will inspire others to reach for new heights. Take charge when necessary.
  • Intelligent — Read, study, and seek challenging assignments.
  • Fair-minded — Show fair treatment to all people. Prejudice is the enemy of justice. Display empathy by being sensitive to the feelings, values, interests, and well-being of others.
  • Broad-minded — Seek out diversity.
  • Courageous — Have the perseverance to accomplish a goal, regardless of the seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Display a confident calmness when under stress.
  • Straightforward — Use sound judgment to make a good decisions at the right time.
  • Imaginative — Make timely and appropriate changes in your thinking, plans, and methods. Show creativity by thinking of new and better goals, ideas, and solutions to problems. Be innovative! 
Great leaders are often scholars in their field and are intelligent. Like all great scholars, they aren't know-it-alls, they feel there is always more to learn and have a willingness to admit mistakes. Outstanding leaders make decisions based on facts, and apply common sense and simplicity to complex tasks. You must select the right strategy for the right situation, even when the pressure is overwhelming. They are well organized, detail-oriented and, due to their thorough preparation, rarely caught off guard. Their great knowledge allows them to be great educators and motivators. They are also smart enough to know that many times they will have to alter what they originally planned due to changing circumstances, so flexibility and having an open mind are crucial to leadership.

Here are some specific suggestions you could follow to increase your leadership effectiveness:
1. Get 360ยบ feedback on your present level of effectiveness as judged by co-workers that you respect.
2. Pick the most important behaviors for change those that you believe will enhance your effectiveness as a leader in example become a more effective listener or make decisions in a timely manner.
3. Periodically ask co-workers for suggestions on how you can do an even better job in your selected behaviors for change.
4. Listen to their ideas but beware not to promise to change everything and make the changes that you believe will further increase your effectiveness.
5. Follow-up and measure change in effectiveness over time.

So I think it is clear here that a leader is made from his/her experiences from young until he or she grow up as an adult. If from the very beginning the person mingle around with people with great vision and experience plus admirable personality , he/she will learn and soon become a great person. Because a person is easily influenced by the person they are close with.

For me to become a leader one must be really approachable and put the people around them first before themselves. A leader must be ready to sacrifice their time because it is not an easy job to administer their subordinate or follower and must be a good thinker to solve any problem that come knocking their front door even in the middle of the night.

A leader is like a soldier. They must be trained really well about life and how to handle pressure. That is why if u noticed almost every king in the world would send their sons to military school so that they can be ready physically and mentally before they can take the throne and confront the commonalty.