The Daily Blog (2006-2007)

I view writing as an intellectual pursuit that requires much thoughts,patience,creativity and imagination.As an amateur writer,The Daily Blog is an account of my inspirations as I venture into uncharted waters to explore new horizons in literature.

Sunday, December 31, 2006

Happy 2007

Andrew would like to take this timely date to extent a New Year greeting. As we welcome 2007, allow me to pray for all great blessings to bestow upon you all. Have a wonderful year ahead.


Friday, December 29, 2006

Entry 100

This is the 100 entry I have written in this blog. It is a challenge by far I would say to be consistent in one thing and continue doing it even when nobody ask you to. I know you must be thinking that you have written far more entries than I did so what’s the big deal after all. Diamonds are expensive because they are rare.

As always, I put words together very carefully because I regard it as an expression of art. We can share the same knowledge of grammar and vocabulary but produces different styles and quality of literary pieces. Nonetheless, from time to time, I’ll always sit down to ponder upon what I have been doing, and the reason behind them, later decide whether to continue base on the report done by my analytical mind, which is not very analytical.

The reason I started blogging is to indulge myself in creative writing, for fun and of course, I do not play music, I am not the hottest guy on earth, I do not have six-packs, I do not have very big bank account, I ‘do not’ a lot of things. But if there’s one thing I have, that would be my good in writing and speaking. If that’s what I do best, that’s what I’ll be doing. And I believe it serves for everyone.

In addition, I would also like to recall what I have written 9 months and 13 days ago, which was my first entry ever…..

This is my first entry in this place. And before you are soon swallowed by the sea of articles that I will write, I would like to firstly affirm everyone of you, that If there's is anything that I believe, I believe in the power of literary pieces, I believe in the power of one and I believe in the power of a pen, and how possibly it can influence people’s life.

I call this URL that I got free ‘Script of your life’ because I believe that every individuals have the right to write out their own lives. I like to think that everyone of us here holds a pen, and we have the right to compose our own life just as we desire. We have the full right to decide, to plan, to introduce, to conclude, to fantasize each and every part and parcel of our lives as we will. It does not have to follow what other people write, what other people say what other people think, it just have to be ourselves. It just has to be our composition. It has to be our life. It does not need to be others, it does not need to be what people wants to read, wants to hear, for as far as I concern, and I believe as far as you will concern too "You say what You want to say, not what others want to hear".

So start off and embark your journey of life, like a pen ready to scribble on a piece of paper, write out your heart, write out your minds and write out your life! Just as you want it to be. And I promise, it will be exciting, it will be fulfilling, it will be interesting and people would want to know how unique you are and you can be. Aristotle once wrote "Live life as if it is how you imagine it would be". So ladies and gentlemen, are you ready to write?"

I told you, I am more than just an empty vessel....... Just that I really like bragging. Until now, I still enjoy writing stuff and publish it on the worldwide web.


Tuesday, December 26, 2006

I survived High School

One of the fun things we did in my class this year was publishing our own storybook call Nostalgia. Since the book was out and sold, having the money with us, my class decided that we should throw a gathering cum farewell. So this was what I do on Boxing Day. Which Kuching people do not know what it is, neither do we celebrate.

We had our 4 tables dinner in a hotel, it was a costly one, but who cares it wasn't our money.

One of the best thing in the party was a 5 KG cake which we bought to show that Kuching Town No.1, which is my school does not only have the biggest frog in town, we also have the biggest class-gathering cake.

Just keep your jealousy, you have your school I have mine, you don't have to email me and debate that your school's party is more awesome okay.

These are girls, thank God He created them, no, I don't go to a non co-ed school, I will die young if I did.

It's not about your make up or how you try to shape up, it's about who you're taking pictures with. Every girl looks pretty with me. That's mainly because when you put a not-so-pretty thing in front of a very-ugly-thing, it becomes beautiful...............I can't believe I said that about myself :0(

However when I party with the boys, I do it like a mad man, this 11 seconds clip would tell you why:

I only realise that the cake cutting knife was really sharp after having done that, thank God I did not kill him just because he stole all my girlfriends in the past 18 months.

The 8 coast dinner served was overwhelming, I was this after that.

And so I survived high school. The most carefree years of all time. I neither have to wake up feeling like an adult nor go to sleep worrying about my salary or how am I going feed my kids. I don't have to worry about getting old or fat, I don't have to be bothered if I did wrong because I am young, and it's the bigger guys duty to tolerate me. How beautiful is that, living your life as it is and forget all the responsibilities, be as naive as you want, dream all those impossible dreams and just live as if you're alive. (If you know what I mean). I wished I could live it one more time but it is also necessary, for me to learn how to grow up. Still, I am Andrew. Goodnight ;0)

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Monday, December 25, 2006

Short Talk

I write very differently in the other blog. I guess that's a place where it's not really my own blog and it's actually very fun writing as if the world revolves around me alone. I played a prank when I wrote this today. By the way, you can translate my page now. It's really funny in the Chinese.


Sunday, December 24, 2006

It's Christmas Time

Andrew would like to extend his greetings and wishes in such a jolly season as this. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year everybody.

P/S: All Presents for me can be mailed to The Daily Blog Avenue, P.o Box 88888. Thank You


Saturday, December 23, 2006


'Making a difference' has been a very popular quote ever since I do not know when. It is a very common quote to be heard of from any motivational talks, religious people and Bandaid.

As a result, we have a bunch of funny people coming forth that run around doing the most stupid things while recognising themselves as just 'being different from the others'. Don't tell me you have never met people like that, this is the world, anything can happen.

If there were times you act like weirdos, got repelled by the world and still recognise yourselves as 'being different' or 'unique' you have to keep on reading.

I have nothing against the 'Making A Difference' quote just that people need to realise the difference between a person 'being different' and 'being odd'. It's like you are attending a church party and when everybody begins to eat, you choose not to because you are fasting. And when others decides to walk down to the beach for a walk after dinner, you couldn't join because you have to pray. Now that's not being different, that's being odd. You heard me that's odd!

We live in a very lame society where everyone born after the 1980's have the greatest tendency to act cool. We live in the most comfortable society ever, time wise, and since it is so comfortable, I have to say we have more fools than it used to be. I call them the 'Wuliao' people. Yes it's a new word I translated from mandarin to english and it has just recently been approved by the Oxford's lexicon. The Wuliao phenomena has been mushrooming greater than ever since the start of the second millennium. This is my report on the society sickness which I do not know how to cure and also to conclude.

People say a picture is worth a 1000 words. So I shall call this picture 'The Andrew Expression of today's Wuliao people that appears oddly now existing in our society making it sick'

I am Hemingway, Make sense out of my nonsense...


Friday, December 22, 2006

Awesome Ads

I was trying to earn my first million when I signed up for advertisements to be put on my blog. Little did i know that this will be the reply I'd get.

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For those that are too lazy or they think they're too smart they already know what is it after reading the big subtitles 'Your Inventory was declined'. I am sorry there is more than just that. You still have to click in order to read the details. I'm not putting it all up for you.

Dream a little dream.....


Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Kuching is growing

People in Kuching are talking more and more about 'The Spring', the under construction first megamall that is scheduled to be completed in Nov 2007.

The two-storey shopping mall, which is designed by New Zealand's Warren & Mahoney, will have 150 shops. It has a total lettable area of 350,000 sq ft compared with the combined net retail space of 886,000 sq ft in the 10 existing shopping centres in Kuching. Some 80 outlets in the Spring have been earmarked for the fashion business, 20 for food & beverages outlets and seven for beauty and wellness centres. There will also be a gourmet supermarket, a food court and a 1,400-seat cineplex. About 1,500 car parks would be provided. All the outlets are on lease.the Spring would be on par with major shopping malls in the peninsula, New Zealand and Australia, and would give a new experience in shopping.

That's how laidback Kuching city is you see, people waiting for their first mall to arrive. Congratulations. But coming with us is not just a mere shopping mall. The over desperate aging politicians who yearns very much to see their so called 'city' marching to look more like a 'real city' has been on-going more projects than ever before within the pass few years. Here is an outlook of what they did and will do which I found more attractive.

Firstly is the very cultural DUN building for the politicians to sit on the golden chairs while having their meetings fully sponsored by the poor taxpayer.

Following is the Grand Centro. Grand Centro is the biggest shoping complex cum hotel apartment project in Kuching. With some 1,200,000 square feet of gross building area, it integrates high quality shopping, entertainment, recreation and living facilities under one roof. Situated in the King's Centre area.

Proposed Grand Centro looks like this

And it will replace the current King Centre (a certain area in Kuching that looks like this now)

Thirdly, like Kuala Lumpur (capital of Malaysia) that always goes around showing their favourite landmark Petronas Twin Tower which they draw on ALL the tourism board promotional logos and posters. Kuching has its own plans to come with a new landmark call The Kuching Tower. This building will be the tallest building in our city and The Kuching Tower also forms part of an integrated development plan by conglomerate Cahya Mata Sarawak (CMS) Group for the 240-acre Kuching Isthmus. It's alright if you don't get what I say, just see the picture.

Forget talking about what Kuching will do and the 'under constructions', what Kuching have already done is fore mostly, renovating our International Airport that used to look like a museum cum cultural village. I'm not kidding you, This is what KIA used to look like

After 2 years of renovation, it look pretty much like this now

And a little lit at night makes it better

Not to miss out another upcoming mall located at the 4th and half miles area in Kuching, Boulevard will also be one of the mushrooming hypermarkets. It is scheduled to arrive in Oct 2007.

So this is my report of the impressive developments Kuching has in store for me, I'm sorry I have the hardest time trying to locate 'The Spring's'design layout, it seems like the New Zealanders are very slow at showing off. Until now. Bye Bye.

Disclaims: I'm only acting professional, I have no idea of the project status of any building above. Especially Grand Centro which is under proposal only, don't kick my ass if you don't see that coming up in King Centre. I'm only 17 and a half. I have all the time to spare to see Kuching grows up with me. Thank you.

Reference: All facts and figures above are generated wholly from my mind. There are a few more malls that are under proposal, I am sure they wont be approved.

Giant Hypermarket Kuching (proposed), Isthmus Mall Kuching (proposed), Makro Hypermarket Kuching (proposed), Merdeka Plaza Kuching (proposed City Central), Vista Tunku Shopping Mall (proposed Petra Indah), Megamall Kuching (Proposed Petra Jaya)


Monday, December 18, 2006


I went to shop some nights ago, just a small shopping complex near my house. I felt like walking into a church as it's Christmas Season and the airway is putting out all the hallelujah Glory Glory Glory.

There is nothing really much worthy to blog about except I found this

A pack of Oyster. And it has already broken out of it's box.

Seriously nobody is ever going to buy that. No.1 we don't eat them, no.2 most mums don't know how to cook that, no.3 it looks like cooked brinjal jammed with mucus. That thing will cost you Rm25 per pack.

Mam, buy me please, I'll be good to dine in for Christmas.

And by the way if you guys ever see this Shi Zen drink with Limau Kasturi or in english Calamansi Lime (sounds like hokkien foul langguage), it taste like bitter gourd blended with plum juice. Don't believe me, buy em', you'll remember me for life.

My hand is sexy.


Friday, December 15, 2006

My blog review from the man who sat with the Malaysian Ambassador to the United States

After having shot the blogger-review website today, here is an instance review I got from the website . Here is a copy of their say on The Daily Blog. I call this entry "My blog review from the man who sat with Rafidah Aziz and the Malaysian Ambassador to the United States" and you will know why.

Blogger Review - The Daily Blog With Andrew Ho, Andrew Ho brings us a delightful blog that is basically a simple rant about life. Andrew hails from Malaysia and is located in Kuching, Sarawak, MY. Andrew has a dry sense of humor and a biting, ascerbic wit. He takes time to comment on things he feels strongly about and he takes no prisoners. He claims that people were giving him too much money so he removed the paypal code from his site. Andrew is 17 years old and a writer who is still in school. He practices writing here on his blog. He took a shot at this brand new blog and at the Blog of the Day Awards as well as at that stupid carrot award HERE. The snow he put in conjuction and only during the Christmas season is a bit annoying and slows down the site performance but other than that, he has a nice layout and good things to say that are worth reading. Be careful not to follow his instructions for getting to Malaysia.I actually do know where Malaysia is, although some of you dear readers might not. A couple of weeks ago I had lunch with Rafidah Aziz, the Minister of International Trade and Industry and with the Malaysian Ambassador to the United States.We wish Andrew well with his blog project and with his writing career with this, our very first Blogger Review.Thank you,

He added: Both Rafidah Aziz and the Malaysian Ambassador to the United States is very proud of Andrew and has spoken many times of his attributes and what a national treasure he is. Amen.


BLog 4 FaMe

Anything at some point, nomatter how good it is, it will always be twisted into a crooked path. Not totally perhaps but part of it yes. The blog cluture today is not just about mere self-expression, mere appreciation of literary works, online journal, interesting encounters or a personal updates channel. Today it has much turned into a pursuit of popularity, rankings and fame. Everybody have the idea of getting really popular in their circle through their blog as they reach for the worldwide web. I'm sorry you have to read the truth but these are the few sites that I encountered.


for website adequacy

This stupid carrot html code can be obtained by anyone to put it on their website in order to console themselves that their site is adequate and is not too bad. I wonder how lamer can it get, awarding yourself, it sounds like something only LMAO like me would do. But absolutely not for you guys, you guys are sane.

Another one would be blogofthedayawards

Blog Of The Day Awards Winner

This website not only gives inadequate so called blog awards, it also gives blogs review on his blog. And the funny thing is that no one ever sign up for his blogs review. Nobody even visits this site.

While the most popular blog-link site on the web,, many agree it is the only web that offers you more accuracy in determining the quality of a blog. I wonder if it's totally true.

Ranking in technorati number 30 thousand, The joke Blog offers everyday lamest jokes. And the best thing about the blog is that it has 113 links exchange and 35 blog promotion site buttons. Which means, this blog will only link you when you link him up. What's wrong with that Andrew, nothing wrong, it's just cheap.

Dude, I exchange links too, and I don't really mind linking anybody up as long as their blog is nice, they are pretty, they are my considered friends that I rarely meet up, my penpals or they give me money, get it?

Finally, to be bloglitically-correct, I have to say this, "Its your blog and you can to do whatever you want. But those who say this know very little about the other quote that says "it's my mouth, I can say whatever I want too".

In order to pretend sounding a little more mature, I must say instances in life are like this 'those who pursuit for fame never gets it, while those wandering among humilities are better honoured'. Hence we always read and listen to champions that says 'I never expect to be No.1, It just happens so....' Screw them all.


Thursday, December 14, 2006

Short Talk

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Don't bother sabotaging my google Ads because I can honestly tell you until now I earned 0.00 USD. Useless, I used to think money grow on tress....


Wednesday, December 13, 2006

History answers

I received an email that claim to be the funniest Form 5 history exams answers. You have to understand the malay langguage to read. CLICK TO ENLARGE.


The Daily Quote

1) They say early birds catches worms, I say early worms gets eaten by birds

2) I am not the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. Don't you get it people change.

3) I never wanted to be No.1, I just didn't want to lose.

4) Just when you think you're the only person in the whole wide world that is suffering, the rest of the world thinks the same.

5) My idea of being yourself is never be too bothered about what others have to say. Unless they really make a lot of sense, which in most cases, they don't.

6) Some people are very strong on their so called principals, for them its worth a thousand, for others it's a cheap 20 cents.

7) If the truth hurts you, you have not yet learn to accept it. If it still hurts after you accepted it, you have not yet learn to face it. If it's not beautiful after you learnt to face it, learn to accept it again.

8) I am never too worried about the guy next door that's way better than me in every minute aspects. You just have to understand that 58.9 % of the earth is populated by women. There got to be some leftovers for me and you.

9) Joseph Smith believes in the quote saying "I am not a good shooter, but I shoot often". He died at the age of 24.

10) My everlasting dream is to take a commercial of me running on a beach slow motioned accompanied with the background song "I'll never break your heart".

Disclaim: As for today's quote, I wrote them all. It is of course easily determined by its charmless quality


Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Short talk

You have to know that my name is Andrew. And it's a good name for me because its meaning in the Hebrews means 'manly'. Which absolutely describes my manhood. So I was searching to see which guy was the first to use the name 'Andrew' on blogspot and took my opportunity away to use it again. To my gentle surprise I browsed and found out that THIS GUY POSTED 1 ENTRY IN HIS BLOG SINCE YEAR 2000 AND NEVER BLOGGED AGAIN! IF YOU DON'T BLOG, GIVE THAT URL NAME FOR THE REST OF THE ANDREWS IN THE WORLD! Look at my poor url, people are having the hardest time to google it, for the sake of Buddha! Grr....

By the way, I have uploaded some advertisements and tools on my sidebar, you can entertain yourself by checking them up.


Monday, December 11, 2006

A brother's story, not tellin you the usual way

I have decided to show the world that I'm not just a piece of crap, there are substances inside the full 80kg of my body. Today I'm gonna talk about my brother. Most bloggers would have made a good story out of it if they were me. But I've decided to go against the flow. So here we go.

I have a brother, he is good, he is a kidney patient since he was 16, he goes for dialysis 3 times per week. 4 hours once, plus the time he has to go through and fro from the hospital, it's 6 hours. He studies Chemical Engineering in UM, he is a top student, he scored all the As you wanted in all public exams. I have no idea how he did that. He believes in Jesus.

No I am not going to use all the sensitive words and gives you all the emotional crap and make you read my blog again and again. This is life, we have problems, I have it, my family has it and so do you along with the rest of the world. This is his blood on the machine's chamber.

This is his face

But that is my coat.

Finish. Don't sympathize me. I am blessed regardless of my past miss-outs, present unfortunates or future hardships. Amen.


Saturday, December 09, 2006

My face

I know my face with the military haircut on my template is constantly making you dreaming nightmares. So here's how I really look as of December 09 2006. I don't do this because I think I'm any hotter than you. I do this so that you can know the face of whom you are reading from. And of course scream in delight if you ever catch me on the street. In real life, I'm a very humble person.


Friday, December 08, 2006

Guest Writing

Now I guest write in a teen-orientated blog call Underground Square. My first post can be directed here. If you ever want to read the blog, I have already link it up at my sidebar under the 'blogs i read and links I surf' category.

Kuching City has autumn too, just that we call it famine.


Thursday, December 07, 2006

hu hac do hach vi

It's funny a guy came across my blog through googling "hu hac do hach vi". When 6.5 billion people gather together, it generates countless possibilities....

Refers: Previous post 'Jews On Christmas' , Archives: November


Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Internet buttons

Internet explorer and Firefox are always waring against each other. When Firefox 2 came out, Internet Explorer 7 joined along. However more people prefer using firefox, that's probably probably because they are nicer. These are some of the IE buttons.

Firefox however disagree and its user are so supportive they decided to back firefox up

Anyway, I still think that this is too much

It seems to me like everybody really hates Billy Gates, probably because he's such a smart entrepreneur and a monopoliser.

You know what, I don't really care, I got my Windows for RM5 and Firefox Free. I guess the only important thing on earth is all of you to help spread the daily blog. I have this button for you.

Help Spread The Daily Blog Button

No, I refuse to admit that my blog is lame


Firefox bug fixed

As promised earlier on, I have already fixed the firefox bug I had with my blog template. Now you can view my blog with any Internet Browser. So don't write to me anymore saying my blog dies in firefox! I am putting a 'best view with firefox button' in addition like the rest of the world (don't even know why they do that for)


God is Male

I read of some feminists who argued that God can be unisex and that they can choose to call God a He or She. When you say that to me, I will have only one reply:

God is Male, because Jesus calls Him Father.

How can people be so stupid and still breath.

Disclaim: I am the first to figure out this answer, it is not copyrighted but you have to credit me. Others will give you lame answers like "In the beginning God said to His angels let's create man (as in human) in our own image, then He created Adam, which was a male, women comes later and so on so fourth". In addition I still love feminist very much. You didn't get it? I LOVE WOMEN VERY MUCH. I am liberated. Amen


Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Coffee Bar

Let's face it, everybody wants to be cool. Glamour is the clothe everybody wants to wear. More so for the growing up teens, like me and the other insecure people that yearn and crave day and night for approval and acceptance from the crowd. Boy, it's alright if you feel that way because you should know that not everyone is born with a broad chest, six packs, tanned skinned, pimple-less pretty face with a slender waist and the talent to play 6 musical instruments and 12 different sports. Not everyone is that privilege like me.

So you hang out with your friends, trying to be cool, finding 1001 ways to waste the hard-earned money your parents give you. You happen to know that the 'coffee-bar trend' has been around for ages and those classy mates all agree that DRINKING COFFEE IS COOL. Why, for across Europe, Italy, America, everybody is doing that. Just one thing, you forgot this is Malaysia.

The two hot-spots you can get overprice coffee here is none other than Coffee-Bean and Starbucks. If you live in Kuching like me, only Coffee-Bean is available. Those people sell you a cup of coffee for RM18.90 and they are not in jail. It's ridiculous, now if you're a coffee lover, and you're all addicted and into coffee-art and all that-----Fine. But in reality, this is what happen to me and you.

Cool, you wanna be all American-like today, you put on your knickers, sunglasses and your accent which sounds so bad. You step into coffee-bean to make your orders. You stare at the menu and the menu look back at you. You have totally no idea what on earth are they selling because the few coffee names you are familiar with are Kopi-Peng, Kopi-O, Teh-C and Teh Tarik. You don't want to embarrass yourself, so you simply pick your favourite name and make your orders. Having no idea what you'll be drinking. Fine, if that doesn't happen to you, it happens to me.


Next time when you step into those shop again, you're not cool you're lame. You seriously have to know what you are drinking, these are the four names you oughta at least pretend you know them.


Cappuccino is a large Italian beverages prepared with espresso, hot milk and milk foam. That's how simple it is! Coffee and Milk you Blondie. RM 18.90


Espresso originated from Italy is a concentrated coffee beverage brewed by forcing very hot, but not boiling, water under high pressure through coffee that has been ground to a consistency between extremely fine and powder It's very hot brewed thick coffee. RM16.90


A latte is a type of coffee drink made with hot milk. It taste a lot like Cappuccino just that it's mostly milk and a little foam. They give you the same coffee with a different name. Still, the same price RM18.90


A Café Mocha is a variant of a cafe latte. Like a latte it is typically one third espresso (the very hot brewed thick coffee) and two thirds steamed milk, but a shot of CHOCOLATE is added. RM21.90


Disclaim: The truth that coffee in such places are so expensive is that they do not make your coffee by powder. They usually grin coffee beans until their juice comes out and make you your highly caffeine-shot drinks. People who aren't casual coffee drinkers are bound to have a good headache after each visits. Personally, I like Milo more than Coffee. The reason I shot coffee like this is that this week's post are all sponsored by Milo.


Monday, December 04, 2006

I finished my exams

I had just finished my public exam, I am surprise I'm still standing.....


Saturday, December 02, 2006


It's been a little while since I blog by my incredible gift in tranverciating literature.

In case you are wondering what 'triverciating' means, it's just a word a I created to show how great I am in tranversing the literary journey while showing great appreciation and gifting. If Shakespeare could have invented his own words to help him express, so could I. Just that nobody shall acknowledges me. I know you smart Alec by now should be thinking that after the word 'nobody' I should have use 'will' rather than 'shall. You must have never heard about literary license. All poets are allowed break the grammatical law with the purpose to beautify their poems, whilst they are not demerited. So here we go...

I shall wait until I saw the fun , wondering why it didn't come. And why remain why, nothing have change. The world shall never pause for one like me. When I saw the grace of the morning sun, wished I could shine like it does. I'll cross the ocean to pursue the beam of light, which happen to glimpse only in my mind. All is still, nothing have change, what was remain was and now is. I wonder will it be so too in every tomorrows. The plucking of guitar starts to sound in my head, I know I'm drunk again, yet I never felt so clear in mind. I would have died in ecstasy, walking down the road alone. Nothing have change, it's just me waking up from a dream, a dream I thought was reality. The fact remains fact, fiction remains fiction. My heart is drenched and it thirst. The winds may keep blowing, the sea might never stop hitting the shore, I shall wait until I saw the fun, wondering why it didn't come. I knew I was looking for something, but I forgot what it was.


Friday, December 01, 2006


The government has been giving even more than before chances to the matriculation students last 2 years in grabbing the critical courses (Doc, pharma, chem, elec, mecha engineers, accountants, lawyers) in our university. So my bro who studies in MU (Malayan University) were saying that the lecturers were very much complaining about the quality of the fresh batch studs. These are the special rights we are talking about in Malaysia. Certain are chosen to enter Matriculation, when the rest are not. (Notice how professional writers like me use our vocabulary--- 'Certain', 'The Rest')This is also the reason why we are running slow. Matriculation is better known for its low quality, non-standardised, non-recognised, unfortified, incertitude and absolutely incompetent tertiary education. Whereas those who were left with no opportunity to enter college because Taylors is charging me Rm100, 000 for a degree which I refused have to go quietly for STPM or the 'A' levels. Our 'A' levels is triple the times harder, advance and fairly tested in comparison to Matriculation, but those who excel in the 'A' levels for it are now marginalised and cruely given low-end courses to pursue in the local Universities.

This is the motivation the government is giving us to excel in studies. They expect us to serve our country with an undivided heart in return. It's time for them to wake up from those dreams.

I could have grow up to be a Lim Kit Siang if I were not afraid of going to jail.