Recently our Prime Minister opened a flood gate when he asked the populace to post him direct questions on Facebook and Twitter and it created an immediate buzz by making it to the trending topic list. Too bad that he only allowed the questions to be posted from 4:30pm to 5:30pm which he later extended it to 6:00pm.
I can’t help but to contribute some very important questions to him which in my opinion is in the mind of many concern Malaysians.
#tanyanajib if Malaysia's education system is so good why most ministers kids including yours attend international school
#tanyanajib how do u propose Malaysian achieving high income nation when most can't even afford basic necessities w price increases
#tanyanajib why the PM dept needs more than 40K staff when US whitehouse only requires around 6K
There are many good questions out there being tweeted with some not so useful and some very satirical and I do hope the Prime Minister will take his time to answer all those tough but valid questions if he sincerely wants to improve things here at home.
And finally one satirical tweet about him just for the sake of a good laugh.
Many Malaysians especially those subscribe to twitter has a field day catching up on the latest court drama that is happening today. We are all tuned in to tweets that is streaming by and also reading live news update from StarOnline and MalaysiaKini alike.
However, how many of you paid attention to the headline above “Sodomy II:…..”. Look carefully at the meaning and tell me what you think?
I have a great time today. The sunrise was nice over the apartment where I stayed and some great shots at the fishing village nearby.
Have a great two days taking photos of sunset and sunrise of the beautiful beaches of Terengganu. Some taken using my iphone and some with regular camera. Posted here is the one taken with iPhone.
After a long journey from Ipoh we finally reach a fishing village nearby call Beserah. I’ve been here a couple years back and was lucky to caught some fishermen in action using buffalo to pull the cart of fishes from the beach to the factory where they immediately boil them to make into anchovies or ikan bilis in Malay.
Too bad this time the place is closed down now and is no longer operating. However I managed to snap a few photos with my iPhone (of cause with my usual camera too) of the place that was once fill with activities.