Friday, August 13, 2010

Mooncake Festival ' 10 falls on 22 September

Mooncake Festival or Zhongqiu Jie 2010 falls on 22 September (Wed). Four other commonly accepted festivals of the Chinese community in Malaysia and Singapore are Xinnian, Qingming, Duanwu and Dongzhi.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

James dan sekeluarga ingin mengucapkan Selamat Berpuasa kepada semua kawan-kawan pelbagai keturunan kami yang beragama Islam.

Friday, August 06, 2010

Nuclear sites in Russia threatened by wildfire

Authorities in Russia are reportedly racing against time to protect its nuclear sites from the spread of wildfire, which have killed 52 people. In 1986, explosions happened at a nuclear reactor in Chernobyl in the then Soviet Union, leading to a massive leak of radioactive elements.

More perspectives on Malaysia's nuclear plan

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

UMNO's 'Allah' deviates from universal notion

That Allah is the Arabic word for God is published and also printed in Encyclopedia Britannica. Christians in Arabic -speaking countries and Indonesia are free to use the word 'Allah' to call their Supreme Being. In Malaysia , PAS as well as PKR have adopted the universalist notion. Seen in this light, UMNO' s 'Allah' is a sectarian deviation or serpihan.

'Allah' word ban back for disputation in M'sia

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

'Uneven development' in Malaysia in progress

From the video as well as photograph published by malaysiakini, it is quite clear that MP Ibrahim Ali and his Perkasa blokes are better-fed physically than many other Malaysians. Obviously, there is an 'uneven development' between the bodies and the minds of those noisy chaps.

Scientist Albert Einstein's quotable quote ....

Monday, August 02, 2010

Evergreen Baez performs in English & Spanish

Joan Baez, an evergreen singer from America, also speaks and sings in Spanish which is the second most widely used language in the USA. As a result of her bilingual ability, Baez's 'market' is larger than other.

Joan Baez still sings with passion for freedom

Sunday, August 01, 2010

Latin Americans join bullfighting ban debates

The parliamentary ban on bullfighting in Catalonia has stirred heated debates not only in Spain but also in Spanish-speaking Latin America. Most countries in the region became independent in the 19th century. Spanish is one of the six (6) official languages of the United Nations. Also, it is the second most widely used language in the United States.