Urm, perhaps it’s not so much that orang sayang Najib but rather ramai yang benci DAP.
The “I Love PM” paraphernalia is a sign that Umno has switched into election gear. BN’s campaign for GE14, needless to say, is buoyed by the increasing rift between PAS and Pakatan.
Kudos to Joceline Tan for her overview of our present political scenario — another sterling column from her today about how ‘Najib is in a bullish mood’. Since she seems to have covered the bases in her lengthy piece, permit me to tumpang on a smart analysis by the undeniable sifu. Continue reading “‘I love PM’ banners have resurfaced” →
Start paying for the air you breathe? Actually I wouldn’t be surprised if Selangor and Penang were to introduce a ‘breathing tax’.
The international airport in nearly bankrupt Venezuela actually toyed with the above idea a couple of years back of charging its air passengers. Continue reading “Eating coach vs eating Economy Plus®” →
It wasn’t the chicken I wanted. I’d only bought the newly introduced KFC item to get its double cheezy sauce.
Then I added on an order of one cheezy sauce, separately for RM1.80. Continue reading “Look at how pathetic KFC portions have become” →
When my late mother was alive, no beef was allowed to be served in the house.
She was a Buddhist who observed the taboo.
Below is her picture taken when she prayed at the reclining Buddha temple in Tumpat, Kelantan – snapped by the Star‘s Kota Bharu bureau photographer Rohaizat Md Darus. (I was at that time a staff of the paper’s Saturday Weekender pullout.)
Continue reading “Hindu influences deeply embedded in our cultural roots” →