31 Mei 2010
Ketibaan kami kena pada masanya ketika pengantin lelaki baru tiba di lokasi di payungi bagaikan raja menuju ke 'istana' permaisurinya.....Dengan beliau memulakan langkah, kami mengekori rombongan bersama...
Dengan di aluni muzik kompang memeriahkan lagi pertembungan dua sejoli ini di Mahligai bukti cinta dua insan....
SELAMAT PENGANTIN BARU
SEMOGA MURAH REZEKI
BAHAGIA KE ANAK CUCU
Alunan muzik bertukar...terdetik sebak gembira di hati melihat kenalan lama mendirikan masjid...
Sementara Raja & Ratu Sehari di renjis air mawar oleh ahli keluarga, sanak saudara terdekat, kami menikmati hidangan kenduri....
Di sertai cenderahati tanda ingatan kami melangkah masuk ke 'mahligai' pengantin beserta kamera digital merakamkan detik bersejarah ini.....
Kelihatan pengantin sungguh tenang, gembira menikmati saat pernikahan di atas pelamin
(kenapakah aku menulis dengan perasannya sungguh puitis sekali susun atur perkataan ku ini....? )
Selamat Pengantin Baru Anep & Fuzie
Semoga Bahagia ke anak cucu cicit etc...
Semoga Murah Rezeki
Rauf, Anep (Pengantin), Nazri
Aku, Areep, Saiful
p/s: kenapa aku tengok kebanyakan gambar pengantin yang di ambil oleh photographer ni lebih kurang jer possingnya......Buat masa ni la....
(p/s kritik photographer since aku belajar jadi observer sebagai Auditor : 1#nampak cam terburu-buru....2#nampak kurang mesra...3#mengambil pada sudut yang sama..4#tak versatile kan sudut amik gambar pengantin...5# kurang versatile kan possing pengantin..6#mcm tipikal jer...7#diorang dah upah photographer tu..7#rasa lebih sopan jika photographer tu tidak memakai 'cap'..harap pakai lebih sopan, menghormati majlis la..8#harap2 resultnya ok la... )
Posted on Isnin, Mei 31, 2010 by Ismiqbal Abdullah
22 Mei 2010
HURAIAN INI BERDASARKAN PEMERHATIAN DARI SEGI KEMUDAHAN JALAN RAYA DI TERENGGANU..(TIDAK TERMASUK AKTIVITI SOSIAL)
Kalau di lihat dari aspek SUKAN MOTOR, REMPIT merupakan suatu aktiviti sukan PEMOTORAN yang EXTREME di mana individu tersebut mengambil risiko melawan arus jalan..Mencelah di antara kenderaan..Untuk aku, Yeapp! ia adalah EXTREME & BERISIKO TINGGI...
Itu yang aku fikir terhadap golongan REMPIT ini...
(pada masa yang sama aku fikir "SHOW_OFF"...Sentiasa inginkan perhatian...polis & Orang Awam)
REMPIT juga merupakan 'sukan pemotoran' yang 'LOW COST', di mana individu hanya berbelanja untuk mengisi minyak sahaja..TIDAK di kenakan yuran tahunan, caj bayaran masuk, kos pentadbiran...Cuma bayar cukai jalan (roadtax) & pembahuruan lesen (tu pun kalu diorang xnak kena tahan polis akibat kesalahan berganda..)
Pandangan aku terhadap REMPIT hanya fokus di Terengganu di mana aku berada...
Seperti yang di ketahui, Aku tidak tahu di mana tempat yang boleh di jadikan TREK untuk sukan PEMOTORAN yang biasa..(Kalau yang MOTORCROSS EXTREME tu terdapat di Lembah Bidong, Tepi Stadium Baru pun ada trek MOTORCROSS)..So, TREK yang terbaik untuk melakukan aktiviti REMPIT ni adalah JALAN RAYA/JALAN UTAMA..
REMPIT jika di lihat secara kasar mempunyai rangkaian SOSIAL yang besar di mana aku dapati golongan REMPIT ni berkumpul di suatu tempat untuk melakukan aktiviti EXTREME ini.
Kebiasaan aktiviti REMPIT ini berlaku pada hujung minggu (Di Terengganu) iaitu Petang Khamis ,Malam Jumaat & Sabtu dan Petang Jumaat..ia seperti suatu aktiviti REUNION di mana pertemuan selepas hari bekerja.
#Membahayakan nyawa pengguna jalan raya lain.
(Walaupun keburukan yang aku nyatakan hanyalah satu berbanding alasan-alasan di atas..NAMUN hanya dengan satu KEBURUKAN ini MENGATASI semua di atas....!!)
# Adakah perlu satu jalan di tutup khas untuk aktiviti REMPIT di Terengganu bagi mengatasi lebih banyak TREK REMPIT yang di sekitar Bandar K.Terengganu?
Posted on Sabtu, Mei 22, 2010 by Ismiqbal Abdullah
19 Mei 2010
Kesimpulan & tindakan = kena update lebih kerap; auto publish; sticky mode etcetera....
p/s: update dalam kelas Subjek Modul HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical & Control Point)..Wifi ni asyik putus jer....*sigh~~
Posted on Rabu, Mei 19, 2010 by Ismiqbal Abdullah
17 Mei 2010
16 Mei 2010
Special Dedicate this Teacher's Day Celebration to my Dearest Friend; Cikgu Sofi, my Brother; Cikgu Amer, my Kindergarten-Primary-Secondary-College and University Teachers and Lecturers. And especially to my Papa; Cikgu Abdullah whom dedicated his life as a Teacher more that my age.
Also not forget to dedicate this special Teacher's Day to all My Friends, Bloggers, Readers, Commentators and last but not least; my Mama...Even though y'all were not officially the Teacher but y'all always be a Teacher of my Life..Teach me about LIFE and Share me the Experience, Memories etc.
Teacher's Day Celebration by Country
|Afghanistan||Da Maleem Wraz||May 24||Schools have a holiday, but students and teachers gather to celebrate at schools with special traditional food, cookies, music and presents to the teachers.|
|Albania||Festa e mёsuesit||March 7||In 1887, the first school which taught lessons in Albanian was opened on this day in the small city of Korçë.|
|Algeria||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 28||Teachers form a very important part of almost all the societies. Their contribution towards the education and development of children, a country's coming generation, is simply invaluable. Teachers have always been the vital contributor of learning in the society. They serve as the foundation of the cultural and sustainable development of the nation as a whole. Teacher's Day seeks to honor teacher for this very reason only. It is celebrated in almost all countries of the world, though on different dates. Each of the countries pays tribute to the teachers in its own way, on its own special way. In the following lines, we have listed the date on which the Teacher's Day is celebrated in the major countries of the world.|
|Argentina||Dia del Maestro||September 11||To honor the work of Domingo Faustino Sarmiento after he died.|
|Australia||World Teachers' Day||Last Friday in October||On Australia’s celebration of World Teachers’ Day, the NEiTA Foundation and the Australian Scholarships Group (ASG) is proud to announce the national teaching recipients of the ASG Community Merit Awards. World Teachers’ Day was started by UNESCO and is celebrated in more than 100 countries around the world each year. On its 40th anniversary this year, it represents a significant token of the awareness, understanding, and appreciation displayed for the vital contribution that teachers make to education.|
|Azerbaijan||Beynəlxalq Müəllimlər Günü||October 5||Between 1965 and 1994, the first Sunday of October. Since 1994, on October 5, it has coincided with the World Teachers' Day (est. 1994 by UNESCO).|
|Bahrain||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 28|
|Bhutan||Teachers' Day||May 2||Established and marked on the birth anniversary of the third King of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, who introduced modern education in the country.|
|Bolivia||Día del Maestro||June 6|
|Brazil||Dia do Professor||October 15||A decree regulating the elementary schools in Brazil. The celebration gained popularity throughout the country, and October 15 was officially designated Teachers' Day in 1963.|
|Canada||Teacher's day||October 5||No celebrations.|
|Chile||Día del Profesor||October 16||In 1975, December 10 was chosen to celebrate Teachers' Day, because on that day in 1945, the Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral received the Nobel Prize. However, in 1977, the date was changed to October 16, to honor the founding of the Colegio de Profesores de Chile (Teachers' College of Chile).|
|China (Hong Kong)||教師節||September 10||Before 1997, Teachers' Day was on September 28, following the tradition from the Republic of China since the 1950s. After the handover to the People's Republic of China, the day was changed to September 10, which is when the PRC celebrates the holiday.|
|China (Mainland)||教师节||September 10||In the People's Republic of China, there are some activities for the students to show their appreciation to the teachers, such as presenting gifts including cards and flowers.|
|Colombia||Día del Profesor||May 15|
|Costa Rica||Día del Maestro||November 22|
|Croatia||Dan učitelja||October 5||Classes are not held on Teacher's Day.|
|Cuba||Día del Educador||December 22||Classes are not held, in favor of parties.|
|Czech Republic||Den učitelů||March 28||The birthday of John Amos Comenius. Czech students nominate the teachers whose approach most motivates and inspires them to the competition Zlatý Ámos (Golden Amos). The coronation of "Golden Amos" take place yearly on March 28.|
|Ecuador||April 13||Celebrated on this date in honor to Juan Montalvo, Ecuadorian teacher who planted in young minds the seeds of development.|
|Egypt||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 28|
|El Salvador||June 22||Observed as a national holiday.|
|Hungary||Pedagógus nap||First Sunday of June|
|India||शिक्षक दिवस |
|September 5||It is the birthday of the second President of India, academic philosopher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. It is considered a "celebration" day, where teachers and students report to school as usual but the usual activities and classes are replaced by activities of celebration, thanks and remembrance. At some schools on this day, the responsibility of teaching is taken up by the senior students to show appreciation for their teachers.|
|Indonesia||Hari Guru||November 25||National Teacher's Day is commemorated on the same day as the birthday of the Indonesian Teachers Association, the PGRI. National Teacher's Day in not a holiday, and it is celebrated by having a ceremonial activity in recognition of certain teachers, head masters, and school staff.|
|Iran||Rooz-e Moalem روز معلم||May 2||Commemorating the martyrdom of Dr. Morteza Motahari on May 2, 1979.|
|Jamaica||Teachers' Day||May 6||Teachers' Day is normally celebrated on May 6 or the first Wednesday in May. In celebration of Teachers' Day, it is common for students and parents to bring teachers gifts. Additionally, most schools are closed early (half-day).|
|Jordan||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 28|
|Lithuania||mokytojo diena||October 5||Between 1965 and 1994, the first Sunday of October. Since 1994, on October 5, to coincide with the World Teachers' Day (est. 1994 by UNESCO).|
|Lebanon||Eid Al Moalim (Teacher's Celebration Day)||March 9||Between March 3 and March 9.|
|Libya||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 28|
|Malaysia||Hari Guru||May 16||This date was chosen because on the same day in 1956, the Federal Legislative Council of the Federation of Malaya endorsed the Razak Report, one of four reports of the Education Committee regarding education in Malaysia. The document, known as the Razak Report after Tun Abdul Razak who was Education Minister at the time, became the basis of education in Malaysia ever since. Although it is not an official school holiday, celebrations are usually held on May 16, or earlier, if it falls on a Saturday or Sunday.|
|Mexico||Día del Maestro||May 15|
|Republic of Moldova||Ziua profesorului (Teacher's day)||October 5|
|Mongolia||Багш нарийн баярын өдөр (Teacher's day)||First weekend of February|
|Morocco||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 28|
|Oman||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 28|
|Pakistan||Teacher's Day||October 5||It recognizes the importance of teachers and attributes progress to the quality of teachers in Pakistan's Educational System.|
|Panama||Día del Maestro||December 1||Death of Manuel José Hurtado|
|Paraguay||Día del Maestro||April 30|
|Peru||Día del Maestro||July 6||During the independence of Peru, libertador don José de San Martín founded the first Normal School for Men by means of a resolution passed by Marquis of Torre-Tagle on July 6, 1822. |
Many years later, on 1953, the then president Manuel A. Odría decreed Teachers' Day to be commemorated on the 6 of July.
|Philippines||Teacher's day (Araw ng mga Guro)||October 5||By Presidential Proclamation No. 479  to honor more than 500,000 teachers nationwide. However, (Tagalog:Araw ng mga Guro) in the Philippines (Teacher's Day) is actually celebrated in schools between the months of September and October (mainly elementary and secondary levels). Teachers are presented with orchid corsages by students. Groups of students representing various grade levels perform short skits or song and dance numbers, or read poetry for their teachers in front of fellow schoolmates in school-wide activities. These activities are planned by senior students in the Student Council who coordinate the activities well in advance. For Filipino-Chinese schools, a program is usually organized by students for teachers on September 27, while September 28, considered as the actual Teacher's Day, is a school holiday where both teachers and students are allowed to rest. September 28 was chosen because it is known as the birthday of famous Chinese philosopher Confucius . |
For some universities in the Metro Manila area, Catholic Teachers' Day is celebrated on the second week of February.
|Poland||Dzień Nauczyciela||October 14||On this day is the anniversary of creation the Commission of National Education, created in 1773 from the initiative of King Stanisław August Poniatowski|
|Qatar||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 28|
|Romania||Ziua profesorului (Teacher's day)||October 5 ?|
|Russia||День учителя||October 5||Between 1965 and 1994, the first Sunday of October. Since 1994, on October 5, to coincide with the World Teachers' Day (est. 1994 by UNESCO).|
|Saudi Arabia||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 28|
|Singapore||September 1||An official school holiday. Celebrations are normally conducted the day before, when students get half a day off.|
|Slovakia||Deň učiteľov||March 28||The birthdate of John Amos Comenius.|
|South Korea||스승의 날 (Day of Teachers)||May 15 since 1963 in Seoul and 1964 in Chunju city||Originally it was started by a group of red-cross youth team members who visited their sick ex-teachers at hospitals. The national celebration ceremony had been stopped between 1973 and 1982 and it resumed after that. On the celebration day, teachers are usually presented with carnations by their students, and both enjoy a shorter school day. Ex-students pay their respects to the former teachers by visiting them and handing a carnation. Many schools now close on Teacher's Day because of the rampant bribery implicit in the expensive gifts often given to teachers. Schools can use the day to have an outing for the teachers.|
|Sri Lanka||Guru Dinaya (ගුරැ දිනය)||October 6||ගුරුවරුන් සිසුන්ගේ දෙවියන් වැනිය|
|Spain||Día del Profesor||January 29|
|Syria||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||March 18|
|Taiwan (Republic of China)||教師節||September 28||The Republic of China uses this day to honor teachers' virtues, struggles, and contribution not only to their own students but also to society in general. People often make use of the day to express their gratitude to their teachers, such as paying them a visit or sending them a card. This date was chosen to commemorate the birth of Confucius, believed to be the model master educator in ancient China. In 1939, the Ministry of Education established the national holiday as August 27, the attributed birthday of Confucius. |
In 1952, the Executive Yuan changed it to September, stating that it was calculated to be the precise date in the Gregorian calendar. The festival celebration occurs in the temples of Confucius around the island, known as the "Grand Ceremony Dedicated to Confucius" (祭孔大典). The ceremony begins at 6 AM with drum beats. 54 musicians dress in robes with blue belts, 36 (or 64) dancers dress in yellow with green belts. They are led by Confucius's chief descendant (currently Kung Te-cheng) and followed by ceremonial officers. Three animals—the cow, the goat, and the pig—are sacrificed. The hairs plucked from these sacrificed animals are called the Hairs of Wisdom. In addition, local education institutes and civil offices award certain teachers for their excellence and positive influence.
|Thailand||วันครู (Wan Khru)||January 16||Adopted as Teachers' Day in Thailand by a resolution of the government on November 21, 1956. The first Teachers' Day was held in 1957. Most Thai schools close for the day, but many international schools in the country don't recognise this day. There are very few public or official commemorations. It's just to give the teachers a well deserved break during the long second term in Thai schools.|
|Tunisia||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 28|
|Turkey||Öğretmenler Günü||November 24||Mustafa Kemal Atatürk thought and stated that "New generation will be created by teachers." . Atatürk was also considered as Prime Teacher (Turkish: Başöğretmen), because he adopted a new alphabet for the newly founded Turkish Republic on 1923.|
|United Arab Emirates||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 28|
|United States||National Teacher Day is the Tuesday |
during Teacher Appreciation Week, which takes place in the first full week of May (May 4, 2010)
|Students often show appreciation for their teachers with token gifts (giving teachers presents etc). The National Education Association describes National Teacher Day as "a day for honoring teachers and recognizing the lasting contributions they make to our lives". |
The NEA gives a history of National Teacher Day: The origins of Teacher Day are murky. Around 1944 Wisconsin teacher Ryan Krug began corresponding with political and education leaders about the need for a national day to honor teachers. Woodbridge wrote to Eleanor Roosevelt who in 1953 persuaded the 81st Congress to proclaim a National Teacher Day. NEA along with its Kansas and Indiana state affiliates and the Dodge City (Kan. ) local lobbied Congress to create a national day celebrating teachers. Congress declared March 7, 1980, as National Teacher Day for that year only. NEA and its affiliates continued to observe Teacher Day on the first Tuesday in March until 1985, when the National PTA established Teacher Appreciation Week as the first full week of May. The NEA Representative Assembly then voted to make the Tuesday of that week National Teacher Day.
As of September 7, 1976, September 11 was also adopted as Teachers' Day in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. Currently, Massachusetts sets the first Sunday of June as its own Teachers' Day, annually.
|Uzbekistan||Oʻqituvchilar Kuni||October 1|
|Vietnam||Ngày nhà giáo Việt Nam||November 20||This holiday allows students to express their respect to their teacher. Students begin preparing a week in advance, and many classes usually prepare literature and art to welcome teacher's day, while other students prepare foods and flowers for the parties held at their schools. Students usually visit their teachers at their homes to offer flowers and small gifts, or organize trips with their teachers and classmates. Former students also pay respect to their former teachers on this day. The holiday has its origins in a meeting between educators in communist bloc nations in Warsaw in 1957. It was first celebrated in 1958 as the Day of the International Manifest of Educators; in 1982 the day was renamed Vietnamese Educators' Day.|
|Yemen||Eid Al Moalim عيد المعلم (Teacher's Celebration Day)||February 2|
Posted on Ahad, Mei 16, 2010 by Ismiqbal Abdullah
12 Mei 2010
(Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
Teacher : I’ll prove you..If God exist, then he is Evil.
Did God create everything that exists? If God created everything, then he created the Evil. Which means God is Evil.
Student : Excuse me, Professor…Does Cold exist?
Teacher : What kind of question is this? Of course it exists. Have you never been Cold?
Student : In fact sir, Cold does not exist. According to the laws of physics, what we consider Cold is in reality the absence of Heat.
Student : Professor, does Darkness exist?
Teacher : Of course it does.
Student : You are wrong Sir, Darkness does not exist either. Darkness is in reality the absence of Light. Light we can study, but not Darkness.
Student : Evil does not Exist. It is just like Darkness and Cold, God did not create Evil. Evil is the result of what happens when Man does not have God’s Love present in his Heart.
Teacher : (remain silent)
Posted on Rabu, Mei 12, 2010 by Ismiqbal Abdullah
11 Mei 2010
Dear Nuffnanger, <<<----Refers to Mr.Homosapiensz since it sent to my email's inbox
You're cordially invited to the Nuffnang screening of The Descent 2 happening on;
Date : <<----i have class..
Time : 9.30pm
Venue : , e@Curve
TWO (2) invites have been reserved under your name and email address. Kindly confirm your attendance to the screening by sending a confirmation email to before . Please do not reply to this email. Failure to confirm your attendance will result in your invites being revoked and passed to other bloggers.
A ticket collection counter will be setup by 8.30pm at the lobby of the cinema. Kindly collect the invites by 9.30pm as latecomers will not be entertained.
We look forward to receiving your confirmation email. <<------(p/s: it's look like i never make it..... ~__~)
Blogger Relations Department
Nuffnang Sdn Bhd
Posted on Selasa, Mei 11, 2010 by Ismiqbal Abdullah
10 Mei 2010
Dengan berlagak 'Cool' nya aku menaiki moto dan bergerak ke cafe...Tetiba moto aku menjadi tidak stabil di bahagian belakang...Lantas dengan was-was nya aku memberhentikan moto untuk memeriksa tayar belakang....
Nasib baik 'classmate' aku 'follow' dari belakang dan memberhentikan motonya...Dengan moto beratnya, aku heret motoku ke bengkel berdekatan (dalam kolej gak). Panik seketika camne la nk tukar tiub motoku itu...huhu~~ Dah la Kolej ni jauh dari kampung dan pekan terdekat....*sigh~
Dengan bantuan 'classmates' aku belikan tiub moto di kedai luar dan memiliki kemahiran menukarkan tiub motor....Akhirnya, tiub moto yang tertusuk paku berkarat itu berjaya di tukar dengan kurang jayanya kerana aku masih mencari pam untuk mengembangkan tiub moto itu supaya lebih 'montel' untuk motor aku satu-satunya....
p/s: updated dalam kelas di Kolej TESDEC dengan bantuan WiFi (limited dalam kelas jer...)
Posted on Isnin, Mei 10, 2010 by Ismiqbal Abdullah
07 Mei 2010
[LINK senarai peserta yang bertuah serta komen daripada juri]
Entry Contest Dari Mr.Homosapiensz : LINK
We are symbiosis, not parasitize
KOMEN EN WAN:
Gamba ni biasa. Tp kalu perati baik2 it looks like stage.Macam pentas ditengah-tengah then keliling semua green saja. Aku suka tol quote gamba ni.
Gambar ni biasa jer...ingatkan bleh saguhati jer....
Ohhh~~saya sungguh berbesar hati dengan menerima anugerah ni.Walaupun gambar ni biasa jer..harap dapat bagi mesej yang mendalam kepada pemerhati bebas...Time kasih kepada penganjur Contest ini..En.Blogger Faizal Sulaiman dari Blog Seindah Dunia Kita dan Encik Juri Wan...
Posted on Jumaat, Mei 07, 2010 by Ismiqbal Abdullah
03 Mei 2010
Kisah ni masa kami (Student BeST), menghadiri orientasi a.k.a Kursus Pengenalan ;
Tarikh : 23-24 April 2010
Motto : BEWARE! Orange All The Way.
CheerSong : Fresh-O-Fresh-O...Fresh- Orangeeeee All The wayy!!!!
Bendera Group FRESH ORANGE
Group Lain : RED ARROW & COOL BLUE
Sepanjang Orientasi ni bermacam-macam aktiviti sempena nama Kursus =
(mesti la berkaitan dengan TEAMWORK)
Aktiviti terakhir...Scale-Up the Image..from A4 size image to (as shown in the image)
Sebelum sesi tamat, pembahagian Sijil-sijil kursus & Ranking group...
1st Place : FRESH ORANGE ~ squeezee~
2nd Place : RED ARROW
3rd Place : COOL BLUE
Kursus TEAMWORK tamat dengan jayanya selepas pembahagian Sijil dan semua pelajar beredar....
Kini masuk FASA dalam KELAS lak...
Pembelajaran MODUL-MODUL yang disediakan...
Update y'all later!!
p/s: sejak jadi pelajar kembali + stay hostel ni jarang update lak....huhu~~
Posted on Isnin, Mei 03, 2010 by Ismiqbal Abdullah
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