Ahad, 26 Februari 2012

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Orang ni: Kursus <b>di Pangkor</b> : 22 Pelajar, Seorang Pensyarah <b>...</b>

Posted: 13 Feb 2012 04:24 PM PST

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Kursus di Pangkor : 22 Pelajar, Seorang Pensyarah Dijangkiti Chikungunya. Seramai 22 pelajar dan seorang pensyarah kolej swasta di Kuang, Selangor, didapati positif menghidap Chikungunya. Perkara ini disahkan Ketua Pengarah ...

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KY eats – Hai Tien <b>Di</b> Seafood Restaurant, Sitiawan | KYspeaks

Posted: 26 Feb 2012 08:12 AM PST

February 27, 2012

There's a new diver in town! Haze just did her PADI Open Water certification at Pulau Sembilan, which is a cluster of small islands half an hour's boat ride away from Lumut. The underwater condition, and thus diving, was subpar at best. Visibility was quite poor except for one of the dives, and there wasn't exactly a lot of exotic creatures to spot either.

However, for whatever that is lack in diving, the couple dinners we had at the area more than made up for it.

Hai Tien Di Seafood Restaurant, Sitiawan
Hai Tien Di Seafood Restaurant, Sitiawan

On the second night of our stay at Lumut, Haze and I joined our fatty dive master James, together with fellow dive buddy Alan to Hai Tien Di seafood restaurant at Sitiawan with the promise of awesome fresh oysters and yummy seafood.

It was about a 20 minutes drive away from where we stayed at Marina Island Pangkor, and we were not disappointed.

check out the size of fresh oyster there
check out the size of fresh oyster there

We ordered 10 big oysters as appetizer (RM 5 a piece), and just check out their size! They fleshy part of the oysters were as big as my palm, easily the biggest oysters I had.

Coupled with the fact that these creatures were actually alive in the tank prior to being served, they were absolutely delicious. A dash of lime or some Tabasco sauce was all it takes, and try not to make the mistake of putting it in with one mouthful lest you wanna make a full of yourself having oysters spilling out at the corner of your mouth.

Positively tasty.

steamed prawns, they were alive moments ago
steamed prawns, they were alive moments ago

Our biggest main dish was the steamed live prawns. At Hai Tien Di, you get to choose between the "normal" frozen prawns, or the live prawns from the tank. We of course, went for broke and chose the later.

With live seafood, the simplest cooking method is usually the best. This is to preserve the essence of the taste, so for this dish, we have it steamed, as recommended by the operator.

The prawns sliced in halves, and steamed with a bit of ginger, fried garlic, spring onion, light soya sauce, and Chinese wine. It was delightful, packed with that seafood sweetness. At RM 65 this was definitely not cheap, but worth it nonetheless.

fresh oyster, fried vegetable, steamed grouper
fresh oyster, fried vegetable, steamed grouper

A seafood meal is not complete without fish, so we ordered a live grouper, steamed teow chew style (RM 35). It was of course, absolutely fresh and went well with steamed rice.

We also had a plate of vegetable (RM8) to satisfy the vitamin c/fiber requirements. You must always have a serving of vegetable at every meal, no?

we sure did have our stomachs stuffed
we sure did have our stomachs stuffed

The service at Hai Tien Di was pretty good, food came quite fast as well. I can't say that this is a place that is economical (for a small town), but the quality of fresh/live seafood here was stunning, and those oysters were absolutely delicious.

If you find yourself at Lumut/Sitiawan, this would be a place worth visiting.

map to Hai Tien Di seafood restaurant at Sitiawan

Address:
Hai Tien Di Seafood Restaurant
Jalan Changkat Jering – Sri Manjung – Kampung Koh
32000 Sitiawan, Perak
GPS: 4.190067, 100.684217

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Royal Belum World Drum Festival <b>Di Ipoh</b> | Bro Framestone

Posted: 25 Feb 2012 03:54 PM PST


Malam Gala Festival Dram Dunia Royal Belum 2012 yang berlangsung malam tadi di Ipoh berjaya memukau lebih 1,000 pengunjung yang membanjiri Dataran Majlis Bandaraya Ipoh (MBI).

Sama seperti tiga siri jelajah sebelum ini iaitu di Taiping, Lumut dan Kuala Kangsar, penonton teruja dengan kehebatan kumpulan dram yang mengambil bahagian.

Untuk edisi Ipoh,

Menteri Besar Perak, Datuk Seri Diraja Dr. Zambry Abdul Kadir turun bagi memeriahkan festival bertaraf antarabangsa ini.

Walaupun pada permulaannya, terasa hujan turun sekejab. Penonton masih datang memenuhi segenap pelosok dataran berkenaan kelihatan tidak berganjak ketika persembahan dimulakan kira-kira pukul 9 malam.

Satu demi satu group daripada 14 pasukan yang mengambil bahagian pada festival dram ini.

Antara pasukan antarabangsa yang menyertainya adalah seperti :-

  • Bonita dari Vietnam,
  • Kelab Malwa Sabhyacharak (India),
  • Natig Rhythm (Azerbaijan),
  • Absolute Thai (Thailand)
  • Saratuspersen (Indonesia)

Tidak kurang hebatnya pasukan dari Malaysia.

Dan malam ini, Siri penjelajahan ini akan diteruskan di lokasi terakhir Gerik, Perak.

Bro akan berada di sana sebagai media. Malangnya nasib kami sebab tidak dapat bermalam di Gerik dimana selepas tamatnya acara malam ini, kami semua akan pulang ke Ipoh.


Bro sempat bergambar di Hotel Syuen, Ipoh.

Banyak pengalaman bro di sini. Antara lokasi yang bro selalu pergi semasa di zaman persekolahan bro.

Bicara Bro : Alhamdulillah ada beberapa orang Ipoh yang menegur bro malam tadi.

Thank sebab sudi tegur bro.

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Himpunan Hijau 2.0: New environmental consciousness blossoms <b>...</b>

Posted: 25 Feb 2012 09:23 PM PST

Today's gathering of some 15000 people in Kuantan was probably the biggest environmental protest in Malaysian history.

At the very least, it would be comparable to the Bukit Merah protests in 1987-88. At the height of those protests, during court proceedings in 1988, some 10000-15000 turned up to show their opposition to the Asian Rare Earth plant, recalls Dr T Jayabalan, who has been involved in the field at both Bukit Merah and Gebeng, Kuantan.

But unlike Bukit Merah, the ethnic composition of the crowd in Kuantan this morning was much more diverse, coming from a broader cross-section of society. And unlike Bukit Merah, the protest drew in people from outside Kuantan. And this time around, there were other protesters in spirit: thousands of netizens on Twitter and Facebook expressed their solidarity with those in Kuantan this morning.

At the rally this morning, Anwar addressed the crowd and promised to cancel Lynas' plant if Pakatan Rakyat won federal power – a pledge that must be kept.

The gathering this morning could mark the beginning of a new green movement. In this watershed year of 2012, Malaysians, it would seem, are moving up to a higher plane of environmental consciousness.

Himpunan Hijau also reminds us we must be more discerning in our choice of investments. Not all FDI is good for the country. We have to opt for a more sustainable development model that puts people before profits.

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DAP calls for PSC on Lynas plant « Lim Kit Siang

Posted: 26 Feb 2012 06:17 AM PST

by Nigel Aw
Malaysiakini
Feb 26, 2012

DAP has called on the federal government to form a Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) to probe the safety of the RM700 million Lynas Advanced Material Plant (Lamp) in Gebeng, Kuantan.

Party vice-chief Tan Seng Giaw (right) said the federal government should do so as it had called for a PSC on electoral reforms immediately after the Bersih 2.0 rally on July 9 last year.

"Like the Bersih 2.0 rally, the government set up a parliamentary select committee so this should be the case (for Himpunan Hijau 2.0), a parliamentary select committee should look into Lynas," he said.

Tan said the government must take heed of the people's concerns and review decision to allow Lynas to operate in Malaysia, by taking into consideration of the effects caused by the now defunct Bukit Merah rare-earth refinery in Perak.

The Lamp, he said, similarly involves similar thorium waste and in the Bukit Merah case, an element believed to be responsible for the high level of leukemia cases among those living within the vicinity.

Kit Siang: Is Lamp really worth it?

Meanwhile, DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang warned that if the government continues to ignore the people's voice, it will cost them at the ballot box.

"BN has said it is confident in retaining all its seats in Pahang but today is a warning that they may lose more seats as people are concerned about the environment and good governance," he said during a post-Himpunan Hijau 2.0 rally DAP luncheon in Kuantan this afternoon.

This, he attributed to the increasing political maturity of Malaysians which compared to Bukit Merah, are much more active in voicing out their rights.

Lim said that while the economic benefits of Lamp cannot be denied, he questioned whether it was worth the risk.

"Countries like Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan prosper without rare earth, there are plenty of other opportunities… There is no need to tale such risks for development," he said.

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Gambar Kebakaran Gudang Kitar Semula <b>di</b> Kawasan Perindustrian <b>...</b>

Posted: 22 Oct 2011 05:00 AM PDT

Salam sejahtera buat semua.

Kilang di Menglembu Terbakar

Badan terasa penat setelah lebih lapan jam meluangkan masa dengan Irsyad dan Luqman di luar UTP. Kami bergerak ke luar sebaik sahaja solat Subuh menuju ke Teluk Senangin, Lumut kerana melarikan diri daripada gangguan bekalan elektrik di UTP pada pagi tadi.

Lewat petang tadi, saya dikejutkan dengan berita kebakaran sebuah gudang kitar semula di Kawasan Perindustrian Farlim, Menglembu yang jaraknya tidaklah terlalu jauh sangat dari UTP. Berikut adalah petikan berita yang dipaparkan di Utusan Malaysia Online pada petang tadi.

IPOH 22 Okt. – Sebuah gudang barangan kitar semula di Kawasan Perindustrian Farlim di Menglembu di sini musnah dalam kebakaran yang berlaku petang ini.

Kebakaran pukul 1.54 petang itu boleh dilihat dari jarak 10 kilometer di bandar ini apabila asap hitam memenuhi ruang udara di kawasan tersebut.

Penolong Pengarah Operasi, Bomba dan Penyelamat negeri, Wan Azmi Wan Ahmad berkata, empat jentera dengan 21 anggota dari Balai Ipoh, Simpang Pulai dan Pasir Putih bergegas ke tempat kejadian sebaik sahaja dimaklumkan mengenai kejadian itu.

Katanya, tiada kemalangan jiwa dilaporkan kerana semua pekerja yang berada dalam gudang itu sempat menyelamatkan diri.

Kebetulan ada seorang pengguna Twitter iaitu JoLum berkongsikan empat keping gambar kebakaran yang sempat dirakam oleh beliau. Salah satu daripada gambar tersebut telah dipaparkan di atas dan lagi tiga ada di bawah.

Kilang di Menglembu Terbakar

Kilang di Menglembu Terbakar

Kilang di Menglembu Terbakar

Tambahan, satu video telah dikongsikan oleh pengguna YouTube yang telah memuat naik video yang dirakam semasa kejadian kebakaran tersebut terjadi.

beliamuda: Tak pasti sangat mana Kawasan Perindustrian Farlim ni. Rasanya lalu je kalau ambil jalan Lahat – Menglembu untuk ke Ipoh. Mungkin kawasan tu kot?

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KY eats – Hai Tien <b>Di</b> Seafood Restaurant, <b>Sitiawan</b> | KYspeaks

Posted: 26 Feb 2012 08:12 AM PST

February 27, 2012

There's a new diver in town! Haze just did her PADI Open Water certification at Pulau Sembilan, which is a cluster of small islands half an hour's boat ride away from Lumut. The underwater condition, and thus diving, was subpar at best. Visibility was quite poor except for one of the dives, and there wasn't exactly a lot of exotic creatures to spot either.

However, for whatever that is lack in diving, the couple dinners we had at the area more than made up for it.

Hai Tien Di Seafood Restaurant, Sitiawan
Hai Tien Di Seafood Restaurant, Sitiawan

On the second night of our stay at Lumut, Haze and I joined our fatty dive master James, together with fellow dive buddy Alan to Hai Tien Di seafood restaurant at Sitiawan with the promise of awesome fresh oysters and yummy seafood.

It was about a 20 minutes drive away from where we stayed at Marina Island Pangkor, and we were not disappointed.

check out the size of fresh oyster there
check out the size of fresh oyster there

We ordered 10 big oysters as appetizer (RM 5 a piece), and just check out their size! They fleshy part of the oysters were as big as my palm, easily the biggest oysters I had.

Coupled with the fact that these creatures were actually alive in the tank prior to being served, they were absolutely delicious. A dash of lime or some Tabasco sauce was all it takes, and try not to make the mistake of putting it in with one mouthful lest you wanna make a full of yourself having oysters spilling out at the corner of your mouth.

Positively tasty.

steamed prawns, they were alive moments ago
steamed prawns, they were alive moments ago

Our biggest main dish was the steamed live prawns. At Hai Tien Di, you get to choose between the "normal" frozen prawns, or the live prawns from the tank. We of course, went for broke and chose the later.

With live seafood, the simplest cooking method is usually the best. This is to preserve the essence of the taste, so for this dish, we have it steamed, as recommended by the operator.

The prawns sliced in halves, and steamed with a bit of ginger, fried garlic, spring onion, light soya sauce, and Chinese wine. It was delightful, packed with that seafood sweetness. At RM 65 this was definitely not cheap, but worth it nonetheless.

fresh oyster, fried vegetable, steamed grouper
fresh oyster, fried vegetable, steamed grouper

A seafood meal is not complete without fish, so we ordered a live grouper, steamed teow chew style (RM 35). It was of course, absolutely fresh and went well with steamed rice.

We also had a plate of vegetable (RM8) to satisfy the vitamin c/fiber requirements. You must always have a serving of vegetable at every meal, no?

we sure did have our stomachs stuffed
we sure did have our stomachs stuffed

The service at Hai Tien Di was pretty good, food came quite fast as well. I can't say that this is a place that is economical (for a small town), but the quality of fresh/live seafood here was stunning, and those oysters were absolutely delicious.

If you find yourself at Lumut/Sitiawan, this would be a place worth visiting.

map to Hai Tien Di seafood restaurant at Sitiawan

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JEMPUTAN KENDURI PERKAHWINAN <b>DI BIDOR</b>

Posted: 25 Feb 2012 09:13 AM PST

Salam to sahabat-sahabat bikers

Event : Jemputan Walimatulurus saudara kepada Abg Bob ZXR di bidor perak

Date : 4 Mac 2012 (Ahad)

Place : RPA3 berhampiran perodua dekat pekan Bidor

RV : PETRONAS Pekan Bidor
Time : 12.00 tengahari

Tolong sebarkan kepada sahabat bikers yang lain..Saya mewakili Abg Bob ZXR menjemput semua biker dalam forum ini. Sebarang pertanyaan boleh hubungi Bro Hairi Bidor 019-5727080

semoga dengan kehadiran tuan-tuan dan puan-puan sekalian dapat memeriahkan lagi majlis perkahwinan tersebut

Modenas Kriss 110 >Yamaha FZ150i >Kawasaki Ninja 250r (AGQ495) >Kawasaki ER6F - (future)

 

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