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Perihal kehidupan serta tips. (Gambar di Pos Betau, Pahang)


Motivasikan diri anda! (Gambar di Asrama Darul Falah (ASDAF), Bukit Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur)

Makan Angin

Makan angin di dalam dan luar negeri. (Gambar di Yangon, Myanmar)

Isu Semasa

Isu semasa di Malaysia dan luar negara. (Gambar di perkarangan Masjid Al-Aqsa, Baitulmaqdis)

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Trip to Sungkai with children of ASDAF

Date: 23 Aug 08
Location: Hot Spring Sg Klah, Sungkai

Thanks to Datuk Arianta for sponsoring the trip to Hot Spring Sungai Klah, thanks also to Shah from Riders Malaya Community for sponsoring breakfast roti canai. Thanks to Jennora from Shell, Nazim from Khazanah, Pak Razak (ex BPR), Ju from UIA and others who were involve supporting this trip. Thanks to everyone!

Makan Buah Session

Hot Spring

Egg Boiling

Cold Water Pool

Hot/Warm Water Pool

Brunch, Rice Roti Canai, Sandwich

-Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi-
Muslim Aid Asia

Monday, August 18, 2008

A Relaxed Weekend

It was my first weekend in a few month that I had free time without any appointments or programs. So I decided to go to ASDAF to spent my time with the kids there. I bought a chess set, but only 3 students know how to play chess. But most of them knew how to play checkers or we called it dam in Bahasa. What we did was we had a checkers competition. 16 of them joined the competition and the only winner will get the price which were a few packets of twiggies! Even me myself played, but I lost at the semifinal. Yeah, they were really good!


Nazri, the champion!

played checkers using the chess set

-Muhammad bin Kamarulazizi-
ex Mashoor 99'

Monday, August 11, 2008

ASDAF and Foreign Students

It was already 11pm, and we were preparing for a trip to the Kampung Orang Asli in Raub Pahang. Mubarak (from India) and Jaafar (from Nigeria) had a very warm welcome by the children of ASDAF. The children took the opportunity to talk with Jaafar and Mubarak in English. Even though they had difficulties to express everything in English, they really tried hard to speak English. Several times they came to me to translate words from Bahasa to English. It was fun, the the kids even thought Jaafar and Mubarak to speak Bahasa:)

Next time whenever there is an event at ASDAF, surely I'll invite Jaafar and Mubarak to join as well...

p/s photos on the Orang Asli trip here!


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