Does back seat passengers in your car belt up? Do you know it is now compulsory to belt up? Statistics in the report below shows that only 35.3% of passengers belt up. Other than belting up, for those with… Read more ›
Sorry for the lack of posts recently. I have been quite busy and have not been back. Here’s two photos of the Square One Mall that my brother took few days ago. It looks quite empty at the moment. But… Read more ›
Wishing all visitors to this website a very Blessed Christmas!
This is an interesting read from someone from Batu Pahat. It appeared on The Star Online on Nov 24, 2008. http://thestar.com.my/lifestyle/story.asp?file=/2008/11/24/lifefocus/2570375&sec=lifefocus Malaysians Abroad By EMMELINE TAN A Malaysian is helping to give minority children in China a better start in… Read more ›
On the 2nd day of Hari Raya a few weeks ago, a group of classmates from the High School Batu Pahat class of 78 met up at Garden Hotel. Encik Azmi Abas sent me these photos a few days ago.… Read more ›
Wishing all Muslim readers a very Blessed Hari Raya. Maaf Zahir dan Batin. To the rest back in Batu Pahat, don’t overeat!
This is taken from TheStar Online at: http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.asp?file=/2008/9/26/southneast/2101619&sec=southneast ——————– Friday September 26, 2008 Children with Down Syndrome captivate crowd with dances Story and photos by YEE XIANG YUN DOWN Syndrome or cerebral palsy did not deter a group of… Read more ›
Did you know that Batu Pahat has 3 of the major biscuits factories in Malaysia? Hup Seng, Hwa Tai and Munchy’s. They have done well and their products can be found all over the world. I have seen Hwa Tai’s… Read more ›
A newspaper clip from The Sunday Star. (21 September 2008) Our Batu Pahat boy who was from Kampung Baru Peserai Lama. The article says he will be back for Raya. You can view the original article here: http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/9/21/sundaymetro/1964690&sec=sundaymetro Family man at heart… Read more ›
Today’s post will have few words. Enjoy the Roti Jala making process. If you like it head towards the Ramadan Bazaar @ Pesta for the real thing.
Can you guess what this is?
More updates from the Ramadan Bazaar. My sis told me, people should try this Ayam Percik. It does not have the usual ‘bamboo clips’ with rubber bands. (Sometimes I wonder why they put rubber bands on it when they are… Read more ›