In the recent PTPTN debate between UMNO Youth Chief, YB Khairi Jamaluddin and PKR Strategic Director Rafizi Ramli, an interesting point that was brought up by Rafizi was how PTPTN has turned education into a business. For those who have not watched the debate, you can watch it below. Read More »PTPTN : Should Education be turned into a business?
When I first watched the trailer of Prometheus some time last year, I had some reservations. It looked good, but not much was revealed about it. Now that I have watched it, I think it’s a really well made bad movie. I’ll try to give you a review without giving off too much about it’s storyline.Read More »Movie Review : Prometheus
Previously, I posted my experience, mainly my frustration with having to deal with the unhelpful personnel at Celcom’s Blue Cube in Pavilion KL. It turns out, I wasn’t the only one who had such unpleasant encounter with them. A fellow CELCOM customer shared his experience here on CekikDarah.com:
And so, the legend continues…Read More »The iPhone 4 Saga: Part Deux
I know the topic is now warm rather than hot, but as an observer at Bersih 3.0 I wanted to get the bigger picture before writing about the event. Right about now the Bersih 3.0 has passed about 2 weeks ago. In those 2 weeks I managed to digest many opinions and eyewitness accounts from both sides of the divide. So now, as a neutral observer at the demonstrations I can piece together my part of the story and my opinionsRead More »Bersih 3.0 : A Late Assessment
Last Monday in conjunction with labor day, the Prime Minister announced the minimum wage for the private sector to be set at RM900 for peninsular Malaysia and RM800 for Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan.Read More »Government Announces Minimum Wage for Private Sector
From the very beginning I had reservations about the whole “Stop Lynas, Save Malaysia” Campaign. For one, it was heavily politicized and you know when that happens, truth is the first sacrifice.
The depressing thing is, the Opposition and the government are saying two contradicting things. One saying its as dangerous as nukes, the other saying it is as safe as any processing plant. It is pretty hard to find a neutral party that speaks the neutral truth. If they were neutral parties, they will be accused of being pro government or pro opposition once the other side doesn’t like what they hear. Read More »Stop Lynas To Save Malaysia??!