Sunday, March 30, 2008

Heat stroke.

Pagi tadi i took my shower in aju's toilet cuz my room was occupied with special guests from dublin..n sumpah air kat toilet aju super duper panas n dah adjust2 sket pon panas tapi best sebab pagi tadi sejuk...n lepas je keluar terus rase nausea, headache, dizziness n fatigue yg mmg sudden..terus terbaring..rambut pon xsempat nak lap sebab mmg sangat rase termuntah n ade hx muntah2 last week so xberani a...huhu...anyway adakah itu heat stroke?mild hyperthermia usually heat cramps and heat exhaustion..tapi my symptoms macam more towards heat stroke....nggak tau gue....

=(

Hmmm..i dont knw why but suddenly i felt depressed..i miss kamal so much that i cried...=(...i want him to be with me right now..im tired, im sleepy and im depressed...saye nak ahmad kamal boleh x?owh angin yang windy ini, silalah terbangkan kamal ke victoria lodge skang jugak!..=(..cant imagine my life without him next year..=(..he is going back to malaysia for good this july to serve his country and im going to miss him banyak2...=(...

Cork Games 2008


TUdung itu membuatkan saya nampak sangat tembam..owh n saye nampak kekurang muscles di satu tempatt...owh haruslah membuat muscles macam ini..hahahahhaa...anyway tadi cork games best except the fact that ade "angry rain" aka hujan batu n angin yang sangat kuat lantas merobohkan khemah itu dan besi2 itu telah membalas dendam kat org yang pegang besi tiang die yakni saya n aju lalu menimpa dengan kejamnye di atas kepala saya yg best n bahu aju...kesian kami..tapi itu la nak tunjuk betapa kuatnya angin...huhu...pstu after ok sket cerah..pastu hujan balik pastu last sekali waktu cork menang quarter final lawan galway terus angin n hujan batu yg maha lebat yang sangat sakit apabila terkene..jalan pon jalan ke belakang n naseb baek bijak pakai baju hoody tebal so terselamat dari menjadi mangsa angin yang sangat kuat itu...tapi sebab weather mmg teruk n ade fred n fred sanggup tumpangkang kiteorg so kiteorg balik r..xsanggup dah la..tambah2 burger, nasi ayam n sume yg dah dijual abis so terus la blah....ngee..tapi ok gak sebab xde matches dah after tu sebab sume xsanggup hujan sangat lebat n so nanti for semi final n final lawan kat dublin sebab the other 3 teams yg menang tu team dublin so bwat kat sane..hehehe..kesian jer...ngeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Cork games

Esok Cork Games...the 1st ever Cork Games....
Saya mule2 nak main netball with my batch...tapi...
tapii jari ituu telah melukakan dirinye sendiri n xsembuh2 lagi..
most probably akan sembuh ngan 2ndary healing yg akan mengambil masa a bit longer...
so x berani nak main netball...

mule2 juge patut masuk for kuc..
tapi sebab jari sakit so malas nak masak..
so mengvolunteerkan diri utk menjual(owh ade udang di sebalik maggi juge nape nak menjual)...
gerai kami walaupon takde meja setakat menjaja, saya akan menjaja burger besh sebab mixed(ala2 sheesh kebab), nasi kak ros, air diabetes, sandwich..
mule2 nak bwat air kelapa...
pastu baru teringat...
ni bukan MALAYSIA...haahahaha
tapi wami sudah percaya...
kononnye ade kordial...hahahhahaa
kejahatan terserlah...hahahaha
ok sila tdo..hahaha

Hmmmmmm..nak g travel plssss


Waaa..budak kecik ni dah sampai dah swiss tapi akak die yg dok satu benua ngan swiss x sampai lagi..sedih2..nak pegiiii...tapi easter ni nak g tengok tullips kt amsterdam...waaa..jom2..xde org nak pegi ke..jom laaa..kite ponteng la kelas 2-3 hari..hahahahha...sekali sekala..jom2...waaaa nak pegi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

enchek wan muhammad asraf n robotnye

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Majlis Akikah Nur Fatihah Mohd Rashidi



P/s : ngeee..ade gaya jadi mak x?hehehe...semalam fortune teller cakap im going to get married when i am 24 y.o and im going to have 5 babies...ngee.....mule2 1 jer pastu bwat lagi sekali 3 bwat lagi sekali 5..hehehhee...

cite 3 budak nakal..ngeee..copied from friendster

Di sebuah kg ada 3 org remaja yg suka lepak. Sorang tu nama dia Ali,sorang tu Budin dan sorang lagi Ciko. Aktiviti seharian depa ni menybbkan tok imam x senang duduk. Pd satu hari tok imam tu dtg dgn niat nak tarbiyah depa ni. Maka berlakulah bbrp insiden cabar- mencabar.Tokimam tu cabar si mangkuk 3 ekor tu ke surau waktu Maghrib
nnt.
Si Ali pun berkata, "Tok imam ingat kami ni jahil sangat ke? Takpa, nnt kami buktikan yg kami bkn la jahil sgt spt yg disangkakan" .

Maka apb hampir masuk waktu Maghrib pegilah malaun 3 ekor tu kesurau.Tok imam pun suruh Ali azan. Tanpa berlengah terus je Ali azan,"AllahTa'ala... Allah Ta'ala... "
Dgn segera tok imam merampas mikrofon drp Ali& menyuruh tok bilal azan semula. Terselah kejahilan Ali.
Selepas iqamat, masa nak sembahyang tok imam pun mengangkat takbiratulihram. Tok
imam pun satu hal, angkat sekali x khusyuk, angkat 2x punxkhusyuk jgk lg.. Masuk je kali ketiga, Budin panggil tok imam. "Tok,tokduduk kat belakang, biar saya jadi imam." Tok imam pun undur le ke belakang.
Budin pun angkat le takbiratul ihram. "Allahu akbar!" Maka para makmum pun ikut angkat takbiratul ihram & memulakan solat. Tiba2 je si Budinnipusing ke belakang dan berkata, "Aa, tengok!Sekali jee tokkkk!!"lalu batallah solat Budin. Yg lain2 pun ikut berenti sambil ketawa terbhk2.
Tok imam pun mintak pulak si Ciko jadi imam. Si Ciko pun terus kedepan jadi imam solat tersebut bermula dari takbir sampai le habis sembahyang.Siap dgn wirid2nya sekali. Punyalah respek tok imam kat si Cikoniii... Lepas solat, tok imam pun puji-memuji leee si Ciko ni...
Tapi dgn bongkaknye si Ciko berkata, "He hee, itu belum ambil wuduk lagi tu. Kalau tak, lagi dassat aku semayang. He heee... " Tok imam pun terkedu & terpana...

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Rahsia mimpi

Korang pecaye x dalam setiap mimpi ade maksud die?hehe..saya boleh la...ngeee..tapi macam kadanfg2 pecaye a...supposely xleh caye tapi nak bwat camne cam terpercaya..hehehe..ok sebenarnye nak cite 4-5 nights ago i had a dream...dalam mimpi tu ade sekor ular yang sangat besar kaler hitam n gold n tengah nak kejar myself..pastu myself lari la sebab ular tu nak makan myself..my family n friends try to protect me la but ular tu still kejar la..ular tu datagnye from a witch n dok dalam gua..besar la..pastu terbangun dari tdo..
TAFSIR MIMPI : ular menandakan ade orang nak masuk merisik/meminang/berminat

Ngee..ok lepas tu semalam ngeee ade org masuk merisik...kebetulan je sebenarnya kot but still?ngeee..ular tu besar mmg logik la dengan orang yg merisik tu...sebab die agak besar..n witch tu pon sesuai gak..ngeeeeee.....

HUJAN

hari ni hari yang sangat menyedihkan..dengan xcukup tdonye, tangan yg pedihnye n perut yg xselesa...n the worst thing that happened today was kamal balik cardiff..sedih..=(..pasni kamal confirm bz ngan HUJAN cuz HUJAN dah sampai cardiff dah..HUJAN will be staying at kamal's house for 2 weeks..tadi kamal msg cakap cool gile lepak ngan diorg..lepak ngan artis tu..heheh..pastu dengan selambe n sebab jelesnye cakap,"ala artis bwat ape..kalau pm ker menteri ke politician ke, dr ke, consultant ke ok gak"..hehehe..sebenarnye jeles..nak lepak jugak walaupon tone deaf n x minat hujan..ngee..tapi i owned a cd from HUJAN..sebaga support kat encik ahmad kamal..hehe...
owh sebenarnye perut masih x selesa ni..cam stil rase nak muntah..tambah2 tadi pegi umah dr.shidi n kak ida pegi makan nasi minyak dieorg...nasi minyak n kuah dal confirm la lagi xselesa sebab santan kan(teori kamal)..huhu..tp best la tadi pegi umah kak ida...jumpe ramai org, praktis pegang baby, makan2 n borak2 n bace yassin..dah lame sangat x bace yassin...honestly this yr cam xbace yassin sekali pon lagi..al-quran baca la few times tapi bukan surah yassin la..huhu..xtau mane menghilang segala amalan yang selame ni diamalkan..cam makin lame makin xbwat..kalau dulu everyday akan solat hajat, skang ni seminggu sekali pon susah..kalau dulu quran bace setiap kali ngah tunggu isyak skang mmg x r...huhu..kemanakah menghilang kesemua itu?huhu...papepon, as a conclusion, im enjoying myself tonight walaupon sedih ahmad kamal dah balik cardiff...
owh cakap sal perut ni kan, teringat muntah..korang penah lap muntah org?mesti geli kan..tapi sum1 special to me sanggup lap all the vomitus n x mengeluh sket pon...malah siap x kasi pegi lagi kat area muntah tu sebab takut myself vomit lagi..die lapkan, bersihkan n laundrykan sume mende...bagus x?walaupon agak rushing nak wat sume sebab yelah ade 2 jam je kot tapi beliau berjaya bwat sume tu...cume laundry x sempat kering...dryer kene angkat sendiri..tapi still?bukan senang!myself honestly kalau muntah ni mmg susah sket la.sebab myself kalau nampak je muntah mmg akan lagi termuntah laa...kalau suruh basuh berak ke kencing ke x kesah..cam my grandma dulu mase die sakit when jaga die xde la kesah pon nak basuhkan berak die, kencing die n mandikan die..walau busuk mane pon bau die still boleh tahan..tapi kalau muntah?sorry sangat x boleh..even my own muntah...kalau blood pon ok lagi...blood lagixkesah kot..muntah paling allergic..2nd tahi hidung..hingus xkesah lagi..tahi hidung geli sket..ngeee..tahi telinga xpe..hahaha gile geli cakap sal tahi2 ni..hahahaha...

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Owh my god!!!4 big things happened in a night!!
1. I cut my finger..agak teruk gak but nad cakap xyah stitches but quite teruk cuz agak dalam n bleeding continues sampai skang..am i haemophilic?seriously?cuz it happened around 8pm+ when i was cooking for my dinner and now its 631am in the morning..huhu...
2. I won Monopoly for the 1st time...3.30am..and while we were enjoying ourselves playing Monopoly, sum1 pressed our apartment's bell twice and tekan2 pintu macam nak masuk gak..huhu..we always have sum1 pressing our bell at 2-3am in the morning but this time it was unusual cuz that person tried to push the door as well as pressing the bell...n plus vic lodge x ramai org cuz easter holiday..!!!
3. My mum sent me a text msg saying that sum1 masuk merisik me at 9am waktu malaysia..my mum sangat terkejut cuz dah la kul 9 pagi kan, masuk merisik lak tu..huhu..yang bwat sangat terkejut lagi adalah sum1 yang quite related with us,my 2nd cousin and bwat la lagi susah utk nak tolak...huhu...tapi i knw my mum handled it properly...i havent spoke to her yet cuz she sent me a text msg at 450am and seriously i dont know what to say..huhu...maybe jugak my nenek sedara itu nak mengekalkan "Wan" in her family...
4. Ok yg ni paling sucks!!!i muntah dengan hebatnye yang x sempat pegi toilet eventho toilet sangat dekat!!!my room is en-suite so toilet mmg sangat2 dekat cuz bilik ni sempit je..but bgn je terus muntah x stop..sempat amik towel je..huhu..mmg terpaksa buang seluar n towel tu...pastu teruk x teruk sampai mattress protector pon kene n tilam mmg basah sebab banyak sangat..cadar toksah cakap la..i think most probably i will just throw the bedsheet away as well..xkuasa nak basuh...lagipon bau muntah tu membuatkan saya lagi nak muntah..i dont know the diagnosis yet but ive been having this stomach upset for 3 days tapi x teruk sangat...but yg ni mmg a bit teruk la cuz terus muntah..huhu...
sob sob..sad to say, i cut my own finger today..waaa..jari tuk kawen lak tu..naseb baek x kawen ths yr..ngeeee...kalau x berparut x cantik aaa gmbar.hahhahaa...eventho ade photoshop tapi xbest la cuz x ori..hehehe...
ok anyone nak join kiteorg men monopoly?mafia?hijack?toyol?uno? malam ni?ade syafiek, nad, kamal, me, aju, milah, nick, fieha n izad...ngeee...

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Interesting...ngeee...

I found this interesting article from a friend of mine in dubin. He pasted the link in the friendster's bulletin board...to read further comment just go to this website : BLOG

Plight of JPA medical scholars

Letters
by Frustrated JPA scholar

I am a medical student sponsored by JPA to study in Ireland about to complete my studies. I write to you after reading your article on the rot of the Malaysian healthcare system. We JPA scholars here have been very frustrated with the JPA enforcing us to immediately return to the country upon graduation, barring us from continuing training as interns (equivalent of houseman) in the countries where we graduated from This would mean we cannot obtain the sufficient exposure that would make our training complete, and would off course, mean a waste of taxpayers money as there would have been no difference with studying locally.

JPA had announced recently that none of its medical scholars overseas will be allowed the opportunity to do further train overseas even at their own expanses, and are to return ASAP upon graduation. No scholar would be allowed to stay on regardless of the training posts they obtain upon graduation. To add to the spice of JPA’s foolishness, it seems that JPA gives priority to romantic relationships over the academic achievements of its scholars by giving exception to remain overseas to those who are married to a fellow JPA/MARA sponsored student who are still commencing studies in the foreign country concerned.

Till today, I have yet to comprehend the narrow minded policies set by the JPA. JPA seems to fail to understand that by allowing its scholars to stay on for postgraduate training, many will be offered positions in world-renowned healthcare institutions. The exposure and experience gained through these positions would be an invaluable asset to the country and the rakyat in the future. Unfortunately, JPA seems to be adamant in having fresh graduate doctors returning to receive Malaysian medical training, instead of allowing these fresh grads to further train themselves and one day return as first world specialists who will reform and infuse new uptodate skills in Malaysian Healthcare a few years down the road. Also of importance is the availability of funding to do research work in these foreign teaching hospitals, which is significantly lacking in Malaysia. Would it not make Malaysia proud if Malaysian Doctors were publishing their research work in heavy weight journals in the medical world. Upon return, these foreign trained doctors will then be able to start up a trend of research-based medicine, to the benefit of the ranking of Malaysian universities who lose out because of lack in research.

This immediate return policy has also stunted the motivation of many JPA scholars. Housemanship placements in Malaysia show disregard to academic achievements. It is random where one is sent to at best, and at its worst influenced by racism and cronism. This off course does not help in encouraging JPA scholars to strive to improve themselves. Knowing the fact that additional experience, eg opitional research and academic grades do not count later on, there are some who have lost motivation, and many who have been apprehensive in taking further steps to improve themselves due to the fear that the JPAs immediate return policy might put all their effort into waste by abruptly discontinuing their work.

Starting year 2008, there will be at least 2000 Malaysian fresh medical graduates from the various public and private universities sprouting throughout the country, not to forget graduates returning from Russia, Indonesia, India and Ukraine. This number is likely to rise over the coming years. Will MOH be able to cope with the demand for training posts? Will the ministry of health be able to provide enough housemenship positions, and if yes, will these posts provide high quality training, as the saying goes ‘too many cooks spoil the soup’? In the long term, will the ministry of health be able to provide enough specialist opportunities, considering its eagerness to do away with MRCP and only recognize the local masters program? My fear is that there will be a bottleneck down the pipeline, and many competent doctors will be failed by JPA and the ministry of health’s poor planning. Henceforth, to lessen the burden on the Malaysian Healthcare system, it would only be simple common sense to allow those graduating from foreign universities who are offered good opportunities to continue with their post graduate training overseas without having to return immediately, as it is the easiest way to gain access to train in these countries.

During one of the talks given by JPA officials who visited Ireland, a student raised a question on the rationale of JPAs ‘immediate return policies’. The officer in charge went in a rage and accused the people who wanted to stay as ‘just wanting to earn money’. I could not believe the narrow mindedness behind these words. For one, what is wrong with earning money? Also, many JPA scholars are top achievers, and view further career advancement as the driving force behind their intention to remain and continue training overseas. The plight of these JPA scholars has fallen on deaf ears of the JPA authorities. Many of JPA’s policy makers are not doctors themselves. How are they to understand the need of good training even at a post graduate level.

Finally, I would like to stress that all JPA scholars love their country, and would love to return to serve. However to my view, it would be better to return after adequate exposure to first world healthcare, as this would bring the most benefit to the rakyat. I am also fully aware that a contract is a contract, (despite the fact JPA changed the contract one-sidedly half way through our training from a penalty of RM160,000 to approximately a million ringgit) without prior warning), and if JPA remains adamant to prevent its scholars to further develop their skills overseas, the only thing we can do is to return as housemen. The authorities in JPA, however, should understand that to attract talent in the public service, the more effective methods would be by improving pay, ensuring fairness by meritocracy and adequate training opportunities,. By using brute force, many may return, but only with the intention of leaving as soon as the bond imposed is over.


38 Responses to “Plight of JPA medical scholars”

  1. Justicewanted Says:

    Just consider that you are good and lucky to get a JPA scholarship.

    Why grumble now? Before you go, I believe that you have read and signed the scholarship agreement.

    If you think the terms and conditions are not favourable then, then do not go. It is too late……..

  2. sheriff singh Says:

    You have been away for too long doing your studies. In the meantime, alot of “Little Napoleons” have sprung up according to the PM.

    These “little ones” can be quite mischievious, making alot of decisions that do not make sense according to their whims and fancies and “angin” at the appropriate times.

    Even “big Napoleons” like Ministers have also made disparaging remarks like “why so many Indians here” and the like so this “Napoleon syndrome” can be found in all levels of the hierarchy.

    But good news for you!!!!

    There was a massive tsunami on 8th March which seems to have some effect on this syndrome. This disease might be in check for the moment so perhaps you and your colleaques might wish to retry your luck with the JPA. Hopefully, these Napoleons might be gone and the Duke of Wellington’s fellows might be in charge.

    I sympathise with you but I hope the new administration fellows with supposedly big ears will finally hear you.

    Otherwise you could go AWOL like the many who have done so before you. Funny, the Napoleon fellows can’t seem to locate them even after one or two generations, to get them to repay their loans. So there you are.

  3. Tim Sng Says:

    Just come back and serve the nation. Your original contract was for the undergraduate studies. Only in very special circumstances can your appeal be allowed for further work or studies eg. you are into some very special research that can only be done there.

    Be thankful that the nation has given you a chance to study abroad. Malaysia needs you.

  4. gofortruth Says:

    I think the gomen should by all means encourage these young talented people to stay on in their repective places of academic study to gain world class practical training before requiring them to return home to serve. That way they can serve better.

    To deny them invaluable practical training is not only a waste of tax payers money, it is utter selfishness & shortsightedness!

    When people know you truly love & care about the people, they will sacrifice and come back to serve. When people know that you discriminate people, even those that are at home will try to find ways to get out of the country!

  5. baoqingtian Says:

    Just come backlah!. We provide you our money to study undergraduate course onlylah! Specialist training can be done in Malaysia too. I can assure you training in Malaysia is not too badlah. We need doctors now urgently (from Malaysia and from foreign countries). Don’t be so selfish. We don’t mind if you are self-sponsored.

  6. PSM Says:

    First off, you are one of the lucky few who have got a JPA Scholarship to study overseas & a Medical Scholarship to boot!
    Secondly, I have heard (I’m sorry if I’m wrong) that many of those who stay on to do their Housemanship & then Postgraduate or even get appointments to work Overseas, never come back (& they don’t reimburse the JPA for breaking their bond).
    Come back & serve your country & the people (us Tax Payers) who have paid for your studies.
    After you serve your “bond period”, you can always do your postgraduate studies Overseas or otherwise.

  7. baoqingtian Says:

    For your information MRCP,FRCS holders in UK are just registrar only and not specialist. Only in Malaysia they are call specialists. In UK these doctors have to undergo few years of training before being considered true specialists

  8. msian_msia Says:

    To all JPA medical scholars

    Just be grateful that you are getting a British medical degree at taxpayers’ expense. Most of you spend 5 years studying and we have to pay for your expenses for those five years.

    Both my friend’s 2 children are holding JPA scholars and are studying in the U.K. and each of those scholarships are worth in excess of RM1 million (fees, expenses, allowances, etc.). We are spending more than a million bucks to train each of them and here you are complaining about the Govt. being unfair. Why don’t you grow up!! We Malaysians don’t owe you anything! JUST COME BACK AND SERVE THE NATION!

  9. msian_msia Says:

    Cont….

    Sorry link was broken.

    Another friend of mine had a child who applied for a STUDY LOAN, not a scholarship, of only RM10K but was rejected on technical grounds. You JPA scholars wanna talk about fairness????

    Just be grateful, we taxpayers don’t owe you anything!!

  10. shortie kiasu Says:

    You should return to serve the country as per requirement in the scholarship agreement.

    There are many more brighter students here but not fortunate enough to get the scholarship to study, not even locally.

    So why you sulk? Post graduate “first world training” mentioned is just a lame excuse.

    You accept the scholarship, you also accept the social responsibilities to the country, to the tax payers here and to the poor people here who desperately need the basic medical and health care.

    If you are high achiever and full of aspiration, the more you should understand the spirit of the scholarship award, to serve the nation to the best of your ability.

    You go to any government hospital or clinic in the country, you see the long queues, why? Not enough medical personnel to attend to the poor and needy patients!

    Don’t you have the heart for them? Instead you are sulking about the “first world” postgraduate training?

    There many bright and outstanding specialists trained here locally, they are as good, if not better than those trained in the so-called by you, “first world” training.

    It is time for you to show your gratitude and patriotism through deeds and not words. No sulking and be grateful for what you enjoy now, which many here cannot even dream of!!

  11. msian_msia Says:

    Cont…

    For the information of all, both my friend’s 2 children have signed 10 year bonds to serve the Govt. upon the completion of their studies. However, there is a release clause. They only have to pay back the Govt. 10% of what the Govt. spend on them to train them. YES, only 10%. They only have to pay back the Govt. RM100K-odd to be released from the bonds and they can do their own thing.

    You still wanna talk about fairness (or unfairness)??

  12. lupus Says:

    You had a scholarship from the Govt, think of the others who had missed out and had to fork out their own money for it. Did they get any break ? I know of some that had to work hard while studying hard there and the stress of trying to survive and pass their subjects. Just like the company that send you expensive training, they would like to see some return for their money.

    It is not a matter of loyalty but rather one of a commercial decision. The money belongs to the Malaysian tax payers, Malaysia do not have enough doctors and we are importing doctors!!! If the system is failing you, more reason to change the system and make noise. In view of your career, well, I hate to put it to you but the cold reality is that your service as a doctor comes before your career. Serve your time as a way to pay back the tax payers for what we have given you, after that, you can decided where your career will go.

  13. nckeat88 Says:

    This is utterly rubbish and selfish attitude. You took the tax payer money to study oversea and now you refuse to come back because you want to so called continue your postgraduate study. Just to remind you that, without the scholarship you are NOBODY and no chance to study medicine. You should be very grateful that you are given a opportunity to pursue your dream to become a doctor. You should honour your contract by coming back to serve your master who are the tax payers before even think of consider to develop your career to the next level. It is because of the shameless people like you who robbed the tax payer money by giving all these rubbish reason to stay back in UK so that you can earn you British Pound. You selfish idiot who had nothing to start off is given a opportunity to study a job (when many others were denied) and guaranteed a job with 6k salary when you are back have the gut trying to bargain so that you can stay back to make more money on the expense of tax payer money. I am really ashamed that you are a Malaysian. The JPA for once did the right thing by changing the fine to 1 million.

  14. grace Says:

    I definitely do NOT empathise with the writer. Come on, you are given a chance to study overseas at taxpayers account. As soon as you graduate, KINDLY COME HOME TO SERVE IN WHATEVER CAPACITY FITS YOU. We are very short of doctors.
    I am sure that when you accept the scholarship, you are aware of the conditions. If you want to hang on in Ireland, you should have gone on your parents’ scholarship.
    Do not be selfish. STOP COMPLAINING AND TAKE THE FIRST PLANE BACK TO SERVE THE POOR HERE IF YOU ARE THAT SINCERE!!!

  15. grace Says:

    Mr Lim,
    We should not champion this type of scholars. After all there are so many who are in need of money just to get their first degree. This guy is lucky enough to get a JPA scholarship to study overseas.
    HE IS DEFINITELY SELFISH TO HANG ON OVERSEAS. ASK HIM TO COME HOME TO START SERVING!!! THE POOR HERE NEED MEDICAL SERVICE URGENTLY.
    I WOULD DEFINITELY ASK HIM TO SHUT UP !!!

  16. grace Says:

    YES. CONVEY OUR OPINION TO JPA AND GET THEM HOME !!!

  17. grace Says:

    “Finally, I would like to stress that all JPA scholars love their country, and would love to return to serve”!
    You make me laugh. How many of those om JPA scholarship to do specialist course continue to servin with the government upon completing the contract? The moment they have satisfy the condition, off they go to the private. Hey, most of them love $$$ sign more than the country.
    I know of a few doctors who simply do not even want to serve in Sabah and Sarawak inspite of their scholarship. So MUCH FOR THEIR CARE OF THE POOR eh!!!

  18. syncbasher83 Says:

    Im a local JPA scholar final year medical student
    please dont grumble too much lah, u have been given the chance to study abroad for undergraduate study with the rakyat’s money is good enough…
    every JPA scholar medical student abroad or local must start their compulsory years working for rakyat right after they graduated. we all have used up the rakyat’s money and later still grumble for more huh? wake up lah, its not ur money. just be respect and i think JPA treats all the same…
    dontlah say that your undergraduate years of studying abroad does not giv u enough experience lah. what are u doing during your clinical years? playing around? medical situation here and abroad are far different from each other. if you intended to serve the rakyat, just come back and start working here lah. dont grumble too much…
    im a final year local medical student, JPA scholar somemore and im very sure this guy here grumble too much. if not gaining experience abroad during his undergraduates is totally his fault!

  19. Loyal Malaysian Says:

    No, I don’t think it’s the plight of the JPA medical scholars but the plight of the JPA instead. I’m in agreement with the views of many of the writers here who feel the medical scholars ought to come back to serve their housemanship.

  20. adriene Says:

    I am sympathetic to the plight of Frustrated JPA Scholar above.

    To JusticeWanted, yes, he (OR she) may have signed the contract and thus, he should adhere to the terms and return home if that was in the terms. But note! JPA made a drastic change to the bond-breaking terms mid-way for whatever reason. That’s not fair to Frustrated and other affected JPA scholars. You should be shouting for justice for Frustrated there.

    To all of you who claim Frustrated is selfish for wanting to continue his internship in Ireland EVEN AT HIS OWN EXPENSE, your concern for shortage of doctors is commendable, but how shortsighted you are!

    Malaysian scholars, even those under JPA scholarship, who are able to seek out their own oppportunities and resources to further improve themselves with further education and training should be given every encouragement to do so!

    You sound like sour grapes the way you go on about how lucky Frustrated is to have a JPA scholarship and how selfish he is for not boarding the first plane home.

    The JPA contract is of course a contract and so the scholars must return, but a postponement of their bond to serve in Malaysia to 3-4 years later, in exchange for an even better qualified and well exposed doctor is to Malaysia’s great advantage.

    Furthermore, the root cause of the lack of doctors in Malaysia is not that these JPA medicine scholars are not returning home, but that our universities do not have the capacity to train enough qualified doctors quickly enough to cope with the demand. There is certainly no shortage in the number of qualified students wanting to study medicine.

    Compound that with the fact that public healthcare has not proved monetarily rewarding enough for our young doctors to stay within the service once their housemanship is over. If we fix the corruption leaks in the government, we’d have more money to channel into improving public healthcare for our medical staff and for the public.

    I say Frustrated has fair cause to be frustrated with the JPA. I applaud him for putting this issue out for public debate. I wish him all the very best in trying to improve himself in his medicine career and look forward to having him in our public service.

  21. raven77 Says:

    The fault lies with our idiotic govenment policies……..undergraduate studies do locally……save tax payer’s money for postgraduate studies, attachments, fellowships, etc…..the JPA and Education Ministry must reap what they sow. Do you see India, China, Korea, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Russia, US, France, etc sending students overseas for undergraduate studies????? …But as usual …tax payer’s will always end up paying for all these cock-ups…

  22. msian_msia Says:

    Looks like “adriene” above is either a parent whose child has a JPA scholarship or is a JPA scholarship holder herself. I quote here what she(?) said:

    “You sound like sour grapes the way you go on about how lucky Frustrated is to have a JPA scholarship…….”

    Perhaps, you are old and retired and not paying any taxes. In that case, please refrain from commenting!

  23. cheng Says:

    JPA scholarship itself is a joke and there is no surprise that we get this kind of joker scholar. Read and see whether you agree with this blogger, http://pilseung.blogspot.com/2008/02/jpa-scholarship.html

  24. syncbasher83 Says:

    adriene, im a JPA scholar, a final year medical student studying in local university….
    and im telling u that this guy’s reason is unreasonable at all…
    the point of asking them to come back for houseman ship is to teach them about the reality of healthcare system over here lah…
    medical situations here and abroad are of very much different…
    1. they dont have dengue, malaria, tuberculosis etc
    2. and theyve got alot of fund to do MRI or CT Scan for every pt that dont really need it…they should come back and learn how things working over here without MRI or CT Scan machine in Sabah or Sarawak rural areas
    3. later in practice we do see these so called damn good oversea medical graduates being laughed out by staff nurses and hospital attendance for prescribing drugs that donot even exist here plus with doses unacceptable over here…
    4. try sending them to Gua Musang for instance to educate the ppl over there on health awareness and im sure of none would understand what hes trying to deliver…
    **Medical achievement is based upon ur medical experiences, not based on where u graduated, what level of quality of medical educated u had. If u intended to serve the rakyat, the taxpayers who pay ur scholar, come back home, go to Gua Musang, even rural Borneo, learn the medical reality over here. No MRI, no CT Scan, swimming in pools of infections, go and talk to our Orang Asli and give them some education….these are what medical is meant! You better shut your mouth and stop complaining.

  25. mantaray Says:

    “Starting year 2008, there will be at least 2000 Malaysian fresh medical graduates from the various public and private universities…Will MOH be able to cope with the demand for training posts?…Will the ministry of health be able to provide enough housemenship positions”

    - Please come to East Malaysia, definitely can absorb you, don’t ya worry.

    The taxpayers has spent at least half a million for your undergrad studies. Come back so that locally trained doctors who have been doing “charity work” WHILE PAYING TAXES TO FUND YOU can get their turn to go for further training. Don’t think of yourself and your career only. There are many doctors in M’sia who are also capable.

    Malaysia unfortunately is not interested in getting super specialized doctors. Our BASIC medical care has still much to be desired.

    I’m not being judgemental but there are many JPA scholars who stayed back in a foreign country to “pursue further training” never returned home. Take Singapore for instance.

    If you paid with your own money to study medicine overseas, then fine. Do what you like.

  26. Justicewanted Says:

    adriene Says:

    Today at 20: 28.40 (27 minutes ago)
    I am sympathetic to the plight of Frustrated JPA Scholar above.

    To JusticeWanted, yes, he (OR she) may have signed the contract and thus, he should adhere to the terms and return home if that was in the terms. But note! JPA made a drastic change to the bond-breaking terms mid-way for whatever reason. That’s not fair to Frustrated and other affected JPA scholars. You should be shouting for justice for Frustrated there.
    ============================

    The country has spent more than a million on him and he is complaining about not improving himself. Has he thought of how he can serve the country instead? If every JPA scholars are like him, will it be very choatic for the JPA to keep track of them. Be contented and grateful that your initial plans of be a doctor is going to be fulfilled. Your plans might have changed but please fulfill your obligations to the nation.

  27. baoqingtian Says:

    With that state of mind, you are not fit to become a doctor, not to mention a specialist. You have fogotten the Hippocrates Oath. You are not compassionate at all and only want to become a super specialist. You’ll become a sick doctor. We, Malaysian regret to sponsor you. You must have sweet-talked the JPA to allow you to go oversea but actually you have other intentions.

    Let me tell you, most of the sickness (> 80%)you encounter do not need specialist attention not to mention super specialist. Tax payers don’t wish you to become a super specialist at this moment. They want you to come back as soon as possible and will be very grateful to you if you can treat 80% of their problems at primary care level.

    It is important for JPA to choose scholars with the correct attitude before offering them scholarships.

  28. P.O.T.S Says:

    The writer of the letter is obviously speaking without a clear grasp of the actual situation in Malaysian hospitals.

    Frustrated as i am with the discrimative Ministry of Health, I must concede that housemanship training in Malaysia may be actually be better than overseas.

    It’s not because we have more knowledgeable specialists here or learned consultants eager to impart knowledge.

    It’s not because we have better lab or imaging facilities - we don’t!

    It’s merely because we have a high patient load with a wide variety of conditions that require a doctors’ clinical acument and versatile communication skills and much more hands-on training.

    We end up being confident and astute doctors at the end of housemanship.

    That of course can only materialise if one is sincere in becoming a good doctor.

    Apart from that, yes, our healthcare system is still pathetic.

  29. syncbasher83 Says:

    baoqingtian, fully supported u…here are my experiences as a medical student with some abroad graduated houseman…
    1. got one houseman from ireland if im not mistaken, u know he asked us last time was year 4 medical student to teach him how to set an intravenous line. He said “Why here so different lah, there abroad very easy one?”. In my mind, “Hes not worth to be a doctor, graduated abroad somemore!”
    2. if graduating abroad is so damn good, why still got candidates failed the easy up to the standard entry examination?. In my mind, “they study nothing abroad, jollying their scholar money somemore!”
    **Now im serious, stop sending JPA scholars abroad, waste of taxpayer money…

  30. grace Says:

    adriene,
    The nation is sorely in need of doctors. In trying to do housemanship or speciale right after graduation overseas is very, very selfish on the writer’s part. He is placing his self interest above the nation’s. He or she is trying to get his specialist training in the shortest time possible. upon returning to Malaysia, he just have to serve out his contract and then disappear to the private sector.
    Please do not justify his or her argument.
    I say it again, STOP COMPLAINING AND TAKE THE FIRST FLIGHT HOME TO SERVE THE NATION WHICH SORELY NEEDS YOUR SERVICE !!!!

  31. W.O or Wilson Says:

    From an academic point of view, I of course sympathise with you. However, if you look at the rational of the government, then you have to say they are only trying to make a “return” on their investment. Even if they do let you continue your specialist studies overseas, what guarantee do they have that you will return? Sure, perhaps they should think about funding postgraduate study too, especially since it’s research intensive (oh, how Malaysia suffers in this area), but at the end of the day, there needs to be a return on their investment.

    Plus, I find your blanket statement about ALL JPA scholars loving their country to be a tad presumptuous - you may, but there will be many who will happily abscond given the opportunity. Not that there’s anything wrong with wanting to settle in another country in such a global era - but to use that as your justification that JPA scholars will return doesn’t reflect well on your maturity or social awareness.

  32. mantaray Says:

    I wanna spank this “frustrated” JPA scholar. Grow up, be a man (or woman), honor your contract. How can the public trust you with their lives if you can’t even honor your obligation you signed with your eyes wide open.

    Don’t try to justify your wish to break the contract by intellectualizing your wishy washy arguments. It’s just b*****t to me.

  33. WLL Says:

    After reading Frustrated JPA scholar’s letter, I want to ask him one simple question that is …

    After all the years studying oversea & enjoying the best thing there, are u willing to come home to serve the poor old & unfortunate Malaysian & live a pathetic life?

    You are the lucky one who got the chance to study oversea yet you still want to stay a little bit longer just in the name of getting a little bit experience.

    Tell me after you getting all the expertise & knowledge, what can you contribute to the country. After coming home, you will the same as everyone else “Malaysian”.

    Just ask yourselves, after you got a very good pay job there & enjoying your life there, how are you wanting to come home to serve with the pathetic little sum of pay.

  34. WLL Says:

    Dear Uncle Lim,

    I think it is time to propose to the government to stop sending our precious student to study abroad on government sponsored study loan/scholarship.

    The idea is good but it is subjected to abuse. We have seen well off son getting the sponsorship or the one got it refused to come back & some even ignored to pay back.

    Rather than sending our student out, how about getting the experts in to train our student locally. In this case, we can train hundred instead of the selected few.

    In this way, we can also upgrade our local facilities & can even attract foreign student.

  35. pulau_sibu Says:

    Why kept on wasting money by sending students overseas? Use that money to improve our local universities. For the spending on one JPA student, you can have many more local students, and hopefully to also improve the ranking of local u.

  36. disapointed86 Says:

    To the sender of this letter…you’re very lucky to be chosen for the JPA scholarship…what is there to grumble again..?..even one of my family members got 100% As’ in SPM/STPM didnt manage to get the scholarship…you accept the scholarship means you had agreed the terms and conditions the moment u signed the agreement…pls bear in mind that GOV money = taxpayer money..without the money? will u be able to study medi ? or should i say how many of us afford to study abroad for such course?

  37. leealex24 Says:

    I’m an overseas graduate with some financial aid from the university. Even for me, I I agree with the majority here that the JPA scholar should be grateful with the opportunity to study overseas especially medicine degree depending on where you study, could cost up to RM600k-1M. Thus, it’s only sensible that he/she comes back to Malaysia to serve the bond. But, being fair to both sides, some scholarships with bond up to 10 years may be too long as these scholars could have lost the opportunity to further develop their career in the best possible way. I guess some ways could be to revise this to a shorter period but, the government should strictly enforce this. But, of course, the government should also try to do their part in ensuring that the work environment and the remuneration is competitive locally for these scholars to work in when they do come back. After all, to be fair, it’s not really optimal when you have someone capable who graduated from the UK in Medicine only to come back to their own country where policies are not in place and not having the right facilities. It’s balancing act which I strongly believe it’s the responsibility of the government and the individual.

  38. lbl Says:

    All JPA scholars should come back and serve their bond. If they are really that good , then they can apply to further their qualifications. They must be judged in Malaysia. Otherwise make them pay the full amount on what the government have spent on them, if they want to buy themselves out. Please, not 10%.

scared sheep...hehehe

Heheh..kelaka...tengoklaaa...boleh lak kambing pengsan keras camtu..ehhee


Hik..hik...super duper bz...but 1st of all happy 4th anniversary to kamal n me...heheh..sendiri wish...ngeee..udah 4 tahun...satu tempoh yang agak lame..=)..eventho kami selalu gaduh, merajuk with each other, on-off but we still 2gether..hopefully sampai bila2...=)...owh anniversary kami semalam sbenarnye..21st March 2008..hehe..we met each other in Banting when we were doing our preparation to further our studies in UK & IRE. I didnt really know him until the 3rd sem..saye budak sombong..lagipon time tu ngah broken heart n it took me 1yr to mend it...till skang pon ade scarnye sebab break up ngan my prev bf sebab 3rd party...ngeee...tapi xpe..let bygones be bygones...alamak dah xpandai la nak jiwang skang..hehehe....
we celebrated our anniversary in Yusma's hse semalam...kiteorg lepak2 kat yusma's sekali ngan izad, sapik, azan, nad, milah, aju, gg, hana, feesha, yusma n ameq...bestttt r cuz dah lame x lepak same2 n last time kiteorg lepak same2 pon waktu 2nd yr kat farranlea hall...kiteorg main monopoly partner2 sebab ade 13 org sumenye semalam..feesha n ameq, hana n gg, me n kamal, aju n yusma, sapik n nad, izad n azan, n milah jadi banker..hehehe..i didnt really play it cuz loser sket so takut nak main tapi still pegang duit la..kamal yg main n bwat sume..hehehe...the winner for that game were gg n hana & the loser were tut n tut..(bukan saye ye)...hehhee..lame gile main monopoly n end up sorang bankrup terus abis..hehehe..sebab lame sangat main...ngee..tapi paling kagum ngan yusma laa!!serius!!dari seorang makcik yang jual kuih di tanah crumlin yang sewa die hanya 2euro terus dapat tanah mahal n yg boleh siap bwat hotel sume..MANTAP GILEEEE...ngeeee...serius sangat mantap!..lepas tu kiteorg main mafia, hijack n tengok movie fear.com.B4 tu makan2 yg banyak gileeeee....main hijack best..ingat nak main toyol tapi aju, sapik izad sume cakap stress sangat main toyol so x termain la si toyol tu..hahahaha..bunyi cam ape je toyol..hehehe..:P..kiteorg balik frm umah yusma almost 1am...bapak xmalu lepak umah orang lame2...bst sangat..tapi the sad thing was sum1 yang agak rapat to myself bwat announcement yg agak sedih so cam agak sedih la..maybe org len xdela sedih sangat tapi for me n kamal kiteorg sedih la...kamal was his classmate n me adalah sebab dh kenal ngan mak die sume baek ngan die sume n rase cam rugi sebab die sangat pandai..tapi mungkin nasib die bukan kat sini kan..maybe lepas ni die jadi sum1 yang sangat mantap dalam bidang len..mane tau kan?papepon wish him luck..i dont think he read my blog but papepon if die bace blog ni i wish u al the best for ur future and remember me always...bak kata kamu semalam "keep in touch"..hehe..papepon dah warning die dah..papepon beli brg komputer kat my shop..hehehe...kalau beli kat org len siap..hahahaha..keji2...hahhaa...
n tadi kiteorg keluar dating tengok movie..ingat nak makan kat ruen thai tapi kiteorg kenyang so kiteorg shopping tesco jer..hehe..kiteorg tengok 10,000bc...ok la...mamat hero tu hensem r..hahahhaha...minah tu pon lawa...hehe..tapi rating cite ni rendah je kalau tengok kat internet 4.5 tapi saye kasi rating sendiri 6.5..ok x?hehehhe...ngeeeeeee...saye suke cite camni...ngeee..n ade sorang budak ni die tengok cite ngan kiteorg comel sangat2..die menjerit tengok binatang tu serang hero dalam cite tu pastu pegi dok atas riba ayah die..hehe..comel gileeee......hahahaha...
OWH and satu mende yang geram gile nak mencarut ni..tapi kene bersabar..tapi tah pape jeeee...cmon la kalau nak cancel bende tu cancel la awal2..xyah la promise kiteorg mende camni..pastu kalau xnak, cakap awal2..kiteorg boleh bwat mende tu under kuc..ni suke hati die je nak cancel last min..saye tau la n saye faham la kamu ade personal prob skang ni..tapi serius tolong la.event ni less than a week..n ramai gile tau datang..n ni 1st time cork organize mende camtu so kene la kasi name baek sket...tapi for me personally saye xnak la cork games xmenjadi sebab dubliners sume ingat mende ni under KUC so xnak name KUC buruk..ngeee..so marilah bersatu hati sume..hehehe...

Friday, March 21, 2008

Ngee..the very super busy me..hehe..ngeee...ive submitted my project approval form to department of medicine and medical school already..yeahh..department of medicine..finally!finally im doing my final yr project under that department..alhamdulillah..im doing the project with Dr.H and she is a rheumatologist in CUH. I was introduced to her by Dr.V and she was willing to supervise me..i met her in the A&E this morning and she signed my approval letter so settled!i met bronagh and she said that there shouldnt be a problem for me to do my project under the department as there still vacancies...she said that she didnt reply my email cuz at first she thought that its over the quota already but when she really checked the proposals submitted its still lesser than the quota..and so there shouldnt b a prob for me..ngeee..cuz im quite early compared to others..ngeee...anyways for those 4th med corkians who want to do their final year project under department of medicine,please submit ur proposal as soon as possible to department of medicine in CUH and medical school in brookfield..ok im so sleepy and i think ill just blog about everything tmrw..ngeeee

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Alhamdulillah..i just received an email from Dr.Boylan and she said that she can slot me anywhere if Medicine cannot take me...ngeee...and bronagh clarke emailed me and said that she will take me if i send a copy of approved title to department of medicine as well!!!ngeee..alhamdulillah..jangan bertukar fikiran dah la ye dr.harney..owh anyway im doing something about steroid...and sume ni thanks to Dr.VanPelt..He is a supernice guy!Super super nice!!Really nice that i really like him. He helped me all the way through. I spent about 1 hr and half with him and he called Prof Perry, went down to Bone Unit twice, introduced me to Dr.Harney, emailed Dr.Greiner and Dr.Bradley and everything..He even gave me another idea about complementary alternative medicine..and he understood why ive came out with 6 different topics..ngeee...he told me that my topics are interesting but the methodology that im going to use is not under their expertise. Im going to do questionnaire and he told me that his department lack of expertise in designing questionnaire so he recommends another person..ngeee....

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Cork Gay Community Development Project


.::ngeee..im not a great photographer...ngeee..but here it is, Cork Gay Community Development Project....::.

Parade

Hehe..weekend yg sangat mengenjoykan...
saturday : my brother came from dublin. + mee goreng n lepak2 with syakur n wami + celebrate bday milah + bday shahid + lepak2 till 440am...
sunday : hantar usop balik..=(...+ makan2+ tdo2+ tengok cite 27 dresses + smallvile
monday : g parade + makan pizza + cite sal kawen..hehehe

i went to st patrick's festival today and watched the parade. It wasnt great as in Malaysia..n dengan selambenyer tercakap "boring gile" dalam crowds tu..naseb baek x kene tumbuk..hahaha..sesuke hati ngumpat gune english..hehehe..tapi the best thing yg paling best ade mamat hensem main bola..hahaha..walaupon aju dah chop beliau tetap menjadi pujaan hati yang ke 10000..hahaha..terer gile main bola..confirm coach futsal kiteorg merangkap shahid xleh bwat cam die bwat..hahahahhaa...tak2..the best thing sal parade ni adalah diorg punyer acceptance to disabled people...cam ade "coping foundation" punyer group lagi join the parade...down syndrome's + syndrome2 lain pon join tau n sangat kagum dgn dieorg punye acceptance..
I still remember when i was in Banting. In Banting, as part of International Baccalaureate programme, we had to do some volunteering works called CAS (c= xingat ape, a= xingat ape, s=service)...and i did my CAS in Taman Megah's Handicapped Centre...kat situ owner die org hindu tau...saye xkesah org ape, etnik ape ke ape ke...yang saye kesah when ade sorang budak ni sangat2 comel name die a, melayu, islam tapi kene tinggal kat situ sebab parents die tinggalkan die kat situ sebab die hyperactive n xleh cakap..(maybe some delay in speech or papela)...masa tu umo die dalam 6 or 7 thn...budak tu sangat comel tau...tapi the sad thing was, sebab kat situ org hindu kan, so die x diajar solat utk org Islam..instead die pandai bwat gaya cam solat org hindu..yang angkat tangan tu...tak berdosa ke mak bapak die nanti di akhirat?kalau anak die membesar dalam keadaan macam tu sape yg akan dipersalahkan?budak tu x la sebab bukan salah budak tu..mak bapak die yg salah sebab tinggal die kat situ n sebab die hyperactive n xle bercakap je?bukan sebab die down syndrome ke ape ke?entah2 die maybe lagi genius dari org len?sape tahu kan...tapi maybe level of acceptance die sangat rendah kan so xleh nak accept anak die sedikit tak normal so terus hantar kat tempat2 org cacat..kesian la..tapi taman megah punye centre tu mantap la..i mean untuk bukak tempat2 camtu sangat bagus la..kalau ade ramai org islam boleh bwat camtu lagi bagus..walaupon saye xsuke budak sangat, sket2 je boleh tapi saye suke kalau tengok org bwat mende utk org len..i mean cam kebajikan..and dulu penah terfikir nak bwat volunteering works kat africa ke mane2 after abis belaja n qualified as a doctor..tapi sebab fikir my parents xkan kasi punye n sapelah saye ni utk meng"object" ape parents saye cakap, nawaitu itu terpaksa dibatalkan...yelah kan..24 tahun parents saya jaga saye, kasi makan minum, kasih sayang sume n tetibe saye nak lawan cakap diorg..xde hak..sikit pon saye xde hak utk bwat camtu...ibu bapa saye berhak sepenuhnye terhadap diri saya...kalau diorg xsuke saya xleh lawan...kite adalah anak n tugas kite adalah berbakti kepada ibu bapa..
ok berbalik kepada acceptance...masa saya pegi outpatient clinic ari tu for neonates saye jumpe satu couple ni...anak die ade down syndrome baru 3 weeks ke 4 weeks camtu..mak die nampak la boleh terima sayang anak die..tapi ayah die sangat xboleh terima..rasa nak sepak2 je mamat tu..ade ke..support la wife die..wife die lagi la sedih,...die tu bukannye pregnant n rase susahnye mengandung n nak lahirkan baby sume tapi die lak yg over2...masa consultation tu die bwat mende lain while isteri die did all the talking...pastu when dr.M jumpe new murmur, wife die cakap kat husband die yg still duduk kat kerusi main kertas2 yg ade atas meja dr itu husband die bwat xtau je...rase nak sekeh2 je..wife die cakap banyak kali sebab yelah new murmur..almost half of down syndrome's ade heart prob..so mesti la wife die risau..serius tension gile tengok husband die..pastu when duduk balik die try denied yang anak die ade down syndrome tapi dr.M cakap no way cuz karyotype punye test confirmed that his child ade trisomy 21....tula...level of acceptance..dah nampak dah sket2 yg husband tu macam akan ganas n x suke je ngan anak die..cara die handle baby tu sume..when wife die nak taruk dalam stroller baby tu husband die langsung xtolong..instead sebab tengok susahnye wife die tu nak handle sorang2, i pon pegi la n tolong..tah pape je...cmon la..i knw that its hard for u to accept it tapi nak taknak she is ur child?ape kate accept n tolong ringankan beban die?saye tahu memang susah..empathy...saye tahu tapi tu hakikat?itu realiti...realiti bukanlah fantasi...hahaha dah start ngarut..hehe..:P

Monday, March 17, 2008

MAFIA n Birthday Milah



Ni Video main mafia..hehe..seronok!!!!tapi x sempat abis sebab limit video dh sampai..hehehe...ngeee..next weekend jom?sape on?



Birthday milah..tengok la betapa comelnye izad lepas kene tarik ngan milah dengan ganasnya..hahaha..n betapa melarikan dirinye si aju n nad menyorok..hehe..n betapa kejamnye saye sebab memulakan semburan2 itu n melarikan diri ke dalam bilik terus..ngeeeeeeeeee

Uno!!!


.::Ehem..ehem..menang uno..kene la amik gambar ngan uno cards..hehehe::.

.::New couple in cork...summer ni 2 couple from batch kiteorg kawen..sapik n nad + milah n izad..hahha::.

.::Izad xsabar2..ishhh..hahahhahahaha::.

.::Saat-saat mencemaskan dan menyedihkan..izad nak mintak kebenaran tuk kawen ngan milah..owh..sungguh la heartbroken diri ini..haha..tapi demi hsemate terchenta terpaksa la mengalah...hahahahaha...::.

.::Dialog 1 : "syafiek dah ngantok ni nadia..lambat betol la si aju ni nak menang..hahahaha,"syafiek.
Dialog 2 : "Nik, meh i tolong u...i dah break up ngan izad dah..hahahaha,"aina. ::.

.::Syafiek try nak dapatkan energy balik but instead of minum energy drink cam redbull die minum whip cream...hahahaha::.

.::"Aju ko lambat lagi ke nak menang ni..hahaha..aku dah ngantok ni,"nick.::.

.::BIG L for aju!!hehehe::.

.::Dialog 1 : " Hmm confuse la aku..kek ni boleh makan ke x?buruk je rupe die?", Shahid.
Dialog 2 : " Banyak cakap lak..potong je laaa", Milah::.

.::4/3 and 16/3::.

Marilah bercerita..hehe..milah's bday=makan-makan


.::Mari memotong bawang..nasi lemak in the making...diketuai oleh chef Shahid yang terkenal dengan kepakaran beliau memasak nasi lemak::.

.::Nad n Shahid tengah bz nak bwat nasi lemak.memeasure santan supaya tidak terlebih lemak..hahaha::.

.::Gambar candid...hehee...paparazzi...::.

.::Mari merebus telur-telur...10biji telur eh ke 12 tah telah selamat direbus untuk dimakan bersama-sama nasi lemak::.

.::Haaa...tengok la..tengah mengumpat while kiteorg bz masak..isk2..lain kali turn korang la masak..izad x penah masak lagi!!!!::.

.::Mari mengdecorate cake...ingin membuat 2 tingkat punye kek tapi xde supporter so terpaksa membuat kek lapis...n selepas itu....kek itu menghancurkan dirinya disebabkan idea bernas shahid..hahahahhaa::.

.::Oh NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!whipped cream tu menjatuhkan dirinyaaaa bersama-sama strawberry...sampai hatiii..lantas memburukkan kek itu..papepon rase die still superb..DONT JUDGE THE CAKE BY ITS LOOK!!hahahah::.

.::Choc cake yang telah saye bakekan utk adinda tersayang petang itu...cucumber itu adalah utk didipkan dalam choc sauce n rasenye sungguh enak sekali..hahaha..tipu je..hahaha::.

.::Kami kanak-kanak ribena..nad ngah bwat ribena...mantap punye!!!sape nak daun pandan???::.

.::Official tukang cedok nasi for the night..ngeee::.

.::Aju bwat pizza ini!!rasenye sungguh enak sekali!!!hehhehe..bersama-sama cheese, mushroom, capsicum, marilah kita menggemukkan diri!!yeahhh::.

.::Housemates!!apartment 40, victoria lodge::.

.::Awww..pemalunyee sayeeee..heheh....bersama adinda terchenta..hehe...::.

.::Nasi lemak aju RM1.50 jer, mine RM3.50, Milah RM2.50..hahahahhaha..opsss::.

.::Birthday gurl n birthday boy memotong kek..hehehe..Happy Birthday to both of them, Amilah Hani Che Hashim (16th March 1984) and Ahmad Shahid Hadzir (4th March 1984)::.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

seronok!

Ngeee...yesterday and last night were awesome!!my brother came all the way from dublin just to meet me..ngeeee...seronok!!!...i really appreciate that...he has a big exam coming in a week time but he stil have a time to come here..ngee...=)..walaupon tidak la melepakkan diri dengan die sangat tapi stil banyak la perkembangan terbaru..hehhe..aju cakap mulut my brother ade emas...milah cakap susah betol nak dgr adik ko cakap..ngeee..sememangnya adinda saya itu sangat pendiam...tanye jela sape2..hehe..tapi dengan siblings, umi n abah die agak banyak cakap..n kadang2 kalau ade mood die tu, die boleh tolong menjerit2 same melelong barang kat pc fair...=)..ngeee..he arrived in cork around 2pm and i took him from the city centre...he did bring me Halal beef burgers from Dublin!(yeah cork xde beef burger..chicken je..cacat la cork ni)...hehe..i did ask him to bring kaya as well tapi kaya takde so tunggu balik malaysia la baru boleh makan roti ngan seri kaya..hehehe...saye suke!!!!...then we arrived at our apartment around 3pm and masak2 kejap ajak wami n syakur datang n melepak bersama diorg together with hsemates...n eventho makan2 tu utk usop tapi yg banyak cakap adelah org biasa yakni syakur...hahahah..i baked a choc cake and lepak2 till 7pm+..pastu kul 8 usop dh start stadi dah pastu shahid cakap die nak datang..hehe..n sebab kiteorg mmg plan nak celebrate bday milah semalam (HARI NI BIRTHDAY MILAH HANI!) so kiteorg ajak shahid datang same masak nasi lemak utk kiteorg..n shahid masak nasi lemak 3.50 yang sedap!!!!hehhe..thanks shahid..izad, nik n syafiek pon datang same..kiteorg bwat cake n try nak decorate kek tu tapi sangat buruk..sume blame shahid sebab shahid suruh taruk choc topping dulu..hehe..tapi when die sejuk cake tu sangat nampak macam secret recipe punye n sedap(tengok sape la bwat..hahahahah)...aju masak pizza ready made yg best sebab die tambah cheese, capsicum, mushroom n ape tah lagi..hehehe..n milah bwat air ribena..ngeeee...lepas membuncitkan perut kami pon melepak sambil bermain uno..lame gile baru boleh menang sebab sume org pon competitive...lain gile main ngan budak laki ni..hehe..diorg ade taktik tu main uno..kiteorg b4 ni xdeneyr ade taktik2..hehehe...tapi papepon saya tetap juara...sekian terima kasih..n aju tetap L...hahhaha..big L for aju..hahha..nanti ill upload the pictures...n lepas main uno kiteorg main mafia n bapak gile best sampai x tersedar masa berlalu n kiteorg abis main kul 440am!!!!hahahhahaha...usop dah tdo dah sebab masa makan2 tu die ade meeting sal iluvislam.com punyer mende..tadi die ckp kalau die tau main uno die pegi je lepas abis meeting..hehehe...die suke main mafia jugak die cakap..ngeee....tapi serius best mafia partner goes to izad n aju..bapak gile mantap taktik izad!hahahah..salute r..hehehehe...kami sume terpedaya ngan tipu daya izad n aju..hahahahaha...ngeeeeee..korang jom mafia seround lagi!!
owh, i just got the news....sapik's mother is admitted to the hospital and might be due to myocardial infarction..same2 la kite doakan agar mak syafiek selamat sume k?

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Ya Allah..palpatation yang maha hebat...huhu...caffeine punye side effects..ngeeee...inilah akibatnye kalau terlebih caffeine..ngeee..owh taukah anda pre-term baby usually prescribed with caffeine?bukan semua la..usually yang kene admitted kat ward cuz respiratory distress sume..kenapakah caffeine?sebab caffeine can stimulate baby's respiratory centre ..bukan itu sahaja...according to The New England Journal of Medicine published in 2006, caffeine therapy for apneic preterm baby improves the rate of survival WITHOUT neurodevelopmental disability at 18 to 21 months in infants with very low birth weight. The study was done in 2006 whereby infants of 500 to 1250 gm in birthweight were randomly assigned of either caffeine therapy or a placebo for apnea associated with prematurity. Results indicated that the caffeine therapy increased the likelihood of survival (46% versus 40%), reduced the incidence of cerebral palsy (4% versus 7%) as well as cognitive delays (33% versus 38%) when comparing the groups treated with caffeine therapy to those receiving a placebo.Ngeee so caffeine sangat bagus..sila minum coffee!..hehe..bak kata dr.d, those who do not drink coffee are socially handicapped..ngeeeeeeeee

Shayne Ward - Stand By Me



Nothing's impossible
Nothing's unreachable
When I am weary
You make me stronger
This love is beautiful
So unforgetable
I feel no winter cold
When where together
When were together

[chorus]
Will you stand by me
Hold on and never let me go
Will you stand by me
With you I know I belong
When the story gets told

When day turns into night
I look into your eyes
I see my future now
All the world and its wonder

This love wont fade away
And through the hardests days
I'll never question us
You are the reason
[ Stand By Me lyrics found on http://www.completealbumlyrics.com ]
My only reason

Will you stand by me
Hold on and never let me go
Will you stand by me
With you I know I belong
When the story gets told

I am blessed
To find what I need
In a world loosing hope
Yuor my only belive
You make things right
Everytime after time

Will you stand by me
Hold on and never let me go
Will you stand by me
With you I know I belong
When the story gets told

[Repeat chorus]

Stand by me
No more darlin I want you by my side
I want you hear with mee

Coach handbags

Waaaa...sangat canthekkkkk...saye nakkk..tapi mahalnyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee....nakkk!!nak!!!hahaha marilah berangan..ngeeeeeeee

USD 458...ngeee..kalau convert euro pon still 300+euro..ngeee..mati..quarter tiket balik msia..ngeeee



USD378...mau pengsan...hahahha

what the?hehehehe....

PUTRAJAYA 14 Mac – Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim berkata, Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi akan menemui semua wakil rakyat Barisan Nasional (BN) Perlis dalam waktu terdekat ini bagi menyelesaikan kemelut pelantikan Menteri Besar negeri itu.

Shahidan yang ditemui selepas mengadakan pertemuan selama sejam dengan Abdullah di Seri Perdana di sini petang ini berkata, Pengerusi Barisan Nasional (BN) itu akan membuat penjelasan berhubung watikah pelantikan Menteri Besar Perlis yang sebelum ini telah diserahkan kepadanya.

‘‘Pada pertemuan hari ini, Pak Lah menyatakan beliau tetap dengan keputusannya mengeluarkan watikah pelantikan (Menteri Besar Perlis) kepada saya.

‘‘Pak Lah akan hubungi semua wakil (rakyat) BN (Perlis) sebab kebanyakan mereka tidak tahu saya telah menerima watikah pelantikan itu.

‘‘Selepas ini, tiada majlis (angkat sumpah) akan dibuat selagi wakil rakyat BN tidak ditemui Pak Lah. Benda ini tidak sepatutnya berlaku sebab rakyat sudah beri mandat kepada saya,” katanya.(lalalala..are u sure?ngeee..)

Pertemuan Shahidan dengan Abdullah hari ini diadakan selepas Raja Perlis berkenan melantik Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri Bintong, Datuk Dr. Md. Isa Sabu sebagai Menteri Besar Perlis yang baru.

Pengumuman itu dibuat menerusi kenyataan Setiausaha Sulit baginda, Mohd. Adib Zakaria.

Terdahulu, ketika ditemui selepas menunaikan solat Jumaat di Masjid Putra di sini, Shahidan yang menjadi Menteri Besar Perlis sejak 1995 berkata, beliau tidak menolak kemungkinan menjadi pembangkang kepada kerajaan negeri yang diterajui Md. Isa.(erk sampai tahap nak jadi pembangkang?bukan nak sokong kerajaan bn?cmon la...adeh)

Beliau mendakwa, pelantikan Md. Isa tidak mendapat pengiktirafan kerajaan BN yang diterajui Abdullah.

‘‘Saya mendapat mandat daripada Pengerusi BN supaya mengetuai kerajaan Perlis.

‘‘Jadi siapa angkat sumpah (selain daripada saya), dia dianggap bukan (dapat sokongan) BN. Jadi saya akan jadi pembangkanglah,” katanya.(eh i thought sape yg derhaka kat raja kene tulah..tu waktu belaja sejarah zaman dulu2 la..hehehe..how do u knw die x dapat sokongan bn/rakyat?ngeeeeeeee..sah2 die satu parti xkan la nak gaduh pasal tu..ngeee...)
Shahidan turut mengingatkan semua pihak bahawa beliau mempunyai tempoh selama 120 hari untuk ‘berbuat sesuatu’.

Menurut beliau, surat watikah daripada Abdullah telah diterimanya Selasa lalu bagi meminta Raja Perlis melantiknya sebagai Menteri Besar di negeri itu.

‘‘Tapi kalau Raja Perlis tidak mahu melantik sebab ada undang-undang yang mengatakan Tuanku boleh melantik (calon) yang boleh memberi keyakinan kepada Dewan Undangan Negeri, itu hak Tuankulah.

‘‘Hak rakyat yang pilih BN, kita akan cari tengok macam mana. Sebab rakyat pilih BN, dia bukan pilih individu. Oleh kerana rakyat pilih BN, maka BNlah yang akan memerintah.

‘‘Kalau orang lain daripada saya (dilantik) dan sekiranya dia pergi juga (angkat sumpah), maka dia dianggap pembangkanglah,” katanya.

Mengulas mengenai status Mat Isa yang juga merupakan wakil rakyat BN, beliau berkata:

‘‘Selepas petang ini dia sudah tidak jadi BN, tidak menyokong saya, tidak menyokong Perdana Menteri. (Wakil rakyat) BN apa kalau tidak menyokong Perdana Menteri? Itu pembangkang,” tegasnya.

Ditanya apakah punca kepada segala kemelut itu, Shahidan tidak menafikan ia datang daripada pemimpin UMNO sendiri.

‘‘Saya tidak tahu. Saya tidak mahu cakap lagi. Bagilah saya peluang. Bagilah peluang terbaik. Nanti tuan-tuan dan puan-puan akan mengeruhkan lagi suasana. Sekarang suasana sudah keruh betul. Sebab ada dalang-dalang yang busuk hati,” katanya.

Hahhaha...i got replied from Dr.F and sangat comel!i didnt put my name in the email cuz i thought it will come out automatically if i sent it thru my student emai..hehehe....he told me that he is able to meet me on tues, wed or thurs morning...and seriously xtau boleh pegi ke x cuz i have epidemiology the whole day next week.huhu..maybe ponteng epid after the coffee break and pegi after lunch balik..hhehe..maybe...ngeee...papepon he wrote:-

"Regards
PS would you mind revealing your name?? " (hahahha ca alif ca ta aina!!!nape la xtulis name..hehehe)

"PS please consider the environment before printing this e-mail."

hahaha..comel x?owh ngeeeeee actually ive confirmed myself under epidemiology department already for my final yr project but i dont think im able to continue with that project so i need to change to sumting else that will b more interesting...
owh n aha!!i didnt go for the class trip to glasgow..i asked catherine how many people are going n she said about 26 of us...and the people who are going are the people who went to skib class trip..so its more like re-union....hahaha...yeah re-union..we havent seen each other for quite some time!!everyone is busy with their rotation...and some of them r away for ent n gp..ngeee...