Video courtesy of Malaysiakini.
Some may not like our former PM making such a strong statement but he may have his facts and not happy with how the present government is run.
With the Ijok by-election just days away, the voters will decide.
To avoid the crowd,I was at the LHDN/Kelana Jaya @ 7.45am this morning to submit my income tax returns through e-filing. Last year, I got the digicert but due to problems with the logging in, I gave up using e-filing and submit manually instead.
To submit e-filing again, you need to get a new PIN number from LHDN-Kelana Jaya (6th floor) and then proceed to the e-filing room where there have installed probably 20-30 notebooks and PCs for you to log in to start e-filing. They are few tax officers there to assist you in case you need assistance.
E-filing is easy, accurate and safe. This is LHDN e-filing slogan "MUDAH, TEPAT dan SELAMAT".
It is very easy. What you need to do is to get ready all the information or completed BE form.
You just need to transfer all the data into the system and the system will auto calculate tax liability.
You can print out a copy or copy to to a thumb drive all the information. Remember to bring along a thumb drive.
To see a demo, click LHDN demo site
And the salesman called last week that the stock has arrived.
I am so happy that my new car has arrived and I can now start to enjoy my new expensive toy.
My tender registration No. 99 has also been successful. I feel so lucky to be one of the few who own this latest Benz.
This building designs are really unique and incredibly tall.
Some of the stalls of selling all kind of stuffs just like Petaling Street. Today, my family was having dinner at the Green Leaf Restaurant and noticed some tents and live music coming from the corner shop. We went and checked it out.
Well, the Chinatown management team is spicing up the night markets with live karaoke contests. If you have the talents, you may want to consider participating. The prize money is not bad. 1st Prize: RM1,200, 2nd: RM800 and 3rd: RM400. Prelimenry rounds on 20, 21 & 22 April 2007 and the Final is on 05 May, 2005.
really funny that I post it to share.
Lawyers should never ask a grandma a question if they aren't prepared for the answer.
In a trial, a Southern small-town prosecuting attorney called
his first witness, a grandmotherly, elderly woman to the stand. He approached her and asked, "Mrs. Jones, do you know me?
She responded, "Why, yes, I do know you, Mr. Williams. I've known you since you were a young boy, and frankly, you've been a big disappointment to me. You lie, you cheat on your wife, and you manipulate people and talk about them behind their backs. You
think you're a big shot when you haven't the brains to realize you
never will amount to anything more than a two-bit paper pusher. Yes, I
The lawyer was stunned! Not knowing what else to do, he pointed across the room and asked, "Mrs. Jones, do you know the defense attorney?" She again replied, "Why, yes, I do. I've known Mr.Bradley since he was a youngster, too. He's lazy, bigoted, and
he has a drinking problem. He can't build a normal relationship with anyone and his law practice is one of the worst in the entire state.Not to mention he cheated on his wife with three different women.
One of them was your wife. Yes, I know him."
The defense attorney almost died.
The judge asked both counselors to approach the bench and, in a very quiet voice, said, "If either of you idiots asks her if she knows me, I'll send you to the electric chair."
1. While sitting at your desk, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.
Your foot will change direction.
I told you so .....And there's nothing you can do about it
But I have got some tasks to do yesterday and went straight home to sleep for 2hours and waked up for dinner. And then back to sleep again at 11pm till 7am this morning to recharge.
The weather this days are so unpredictable with sunny weather suddenly turned to thunderstorms. This may the cause of the sudden increase in people falling sick.
I have rested quite well and hope to be back to my normal self soon.
Right now I am clearing some urgent pending matters before I will be back posting.
In conjuction with the visit, LDC organised a Public Lecture today @ 2pm on THE TRADITION OF REINCARNATION: FINDING THE GOLDEN CHILD - PHUNTSOK RINPOCHE by Geshe Tenzin Zopa.
I arrived at LDC at around 1.40pm and the center was crowded with people coming here to listen to the lecture and to seek blessing from the Golden Child. I managed to get a seat at the main gompa. Due to the big turnout, latecomers got be seated outside under the tent to listen to the lecture.
Before the lecture get started, LDC Director - Lilian Too (The international renown Feng Shui Master) asked everyone to be seated to listen to the lecture and when The Golden Child appeared, we should remained seated as he will going round to give blessing instead of us lining up to get his blessing due to the big crowd.
Ven. Tenzin Zopa gave a brief lecture on the reincarnation of Lama Konchog and the spiritual & ordinary methods used to search for the reincarnated Lama as it will take days or weeks to provide a details account. He gave the lecture in English and it was translated to Mandarin by Ven Dechen.
1) The Mala Test
One of the tests used to identify tulkus involves getting potential candidates to choose from a range of objects. The tulku would be the one who picks an object, which could be a prayer implement, that belonged to him in his previous life and hidden amongst all the items.
During the search for Rinpoche, Ven Tenzin Zopa was advised by Khensur Losang Tsering Rinpoche, the ex-abbot of Sera Je University to quietly observe the children between the ages of one and two at the place where Geshe-la had meditated for more than twenty years during his lifetime.
So, while wearing some malas around his wrist and neck, including a crystal mala that belonged to Geshe-la, Ven Tenzin Zopa walked around the villages in Tsum valley, showing them discretely to children of those ages.
None of the children reacted unusually to him or the malas until he reached Apey’s family. Apey’s son, Tenzin Nyudrup, was only one year old then. The boy grabbed all the malas from Ven Tenzin Zopa’s wrist and wore them all on his neck. Then, one by one, he removed the malas from his neck until only the crystal one was left and refused to be parted from it.
Neither Apey and his family nor Ven Tenzin Zopa and his party of five were able to persuade the little boy to return the mala. He screamed loudly and held the mala tightly around his neck with his left hand. Even as he slept, he held on to it with an iron grip. Whenever he sensed someone trying to remove it, he would awaken, screaming and crying loudly.
So the mala stayed around his neck for three days and nights. In this time, Ven Tenzin Zopa had no choice but to return to Kathmandu - without the mala - but with some suspicion that the boy might truly be Geshe-la’s reincarnation and a great feeling of joy and hope.2) Signs Observed in Tenzin Nyudrup
Tenzin Nyudrup shows many unusual inclinations and behaviour for a boy of his age. Besides having great compassion for sick and poor people, he is always respectful of Buddha images and stupas. Choosing to sleep alone since he was two, he also likes to recite the mantra of compassion Om Mani Padme Hum before going to sleep. If he wakes up and can’t sleep, he lies in bed chanting bodhichitta prayers until the sun rises and it’s time for him to rise.
Sign No. 1
Even at the age of one, the boy would pay special attention to a particular box at home, attempting to grab it whenever he passed. This box was personally used by Geshe-la to store antique scriptures that he kept with the family.
Sign No. 2
Since the age of one, Tenzin Nyudrup’s first self-appointed task of the day was to water an apple tree behind the house. He did this without fail, even during the freezing winter months at around 6am everyday. This apple tree was planted by Geshe-la himself about 20 years ago.
Sign No. 3
The boy was very attached to Geshe-la’s vajra and bell which was kept with the family. He would search for and find the implements, often ringing the bell loudly.
Sign No. 4
Tenzin Nyudrup was very attached to a big wool coat, which belonged to Geshe-la and kept with the family, often falling asleep in the coat.
Sign No. 5
At the age of two, for many times over many days, Tenzin Nyudrup would look and point towards a cave, where Geshe-la had used to do strict retreat, saying “Gompa, Gompa” (translated loosely as temple) and ask to be brought there. Later his grand aunt Ani Choedron had to bring him to the cave and even stay there forweeks because he refused to leave.Before the lecture could finished, the Golden Child appeared and he started giving blessing, quckly escorted by Ven. Tenzin and Ven Osel.Foods and drinks were served at the end of the lecture and blessing sessions.
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The Four Face Buddha represents: face of peace & health, face of fortune, face of good relationships and face of protection against evil.
The Shrine was destroyed by a mentally retarded man in March 2006 and it was rebuilt.
Ofter, if a wish has been granted, people thank the Buddha by donating teak elephants or commissioning the classical Thai dancers and live orchestra.
Nathong Seafood serve the original Thai and Chinese food; live seafood is also available for your choice. While you enjoy your food, you can enjoy the live music on the balcony stage show. Around the pool are surrounding with the house, which mixed the style between Thai, and Chinese Royal Palace on summer.
Your trip to Thailand will not be complete without eating some original Thai dishes. Our Thai friend brought us to this place. The atmosphere is great and the weather was good with cool breeze blowing. All this foods are ordered by our Thai fren.