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Thursday, December 31, 2009

just for the fun of it...

FAREWELL TO 2009...2010, BRING ON THE CHALLENGE. I AM READY!




Tuesday, December 29, 2009

100 friends arranged chronologically

after a year and a half, i finally did it. here is my 100 friends on facebook. Some of them are new to me...some of them i knew from engkabang.net, some are my former classmates/schoolmates/college mates, and some are my colleagues. a great bunch of people. note, there's one missing name; because this fella was blocked by facebook. i knew him; but sadly, he was blocked...until he bertaubat and change his attitude; and ask for an apology from one of my friend here, i will unblock him. hehehe...

so, my respect to all of these people.



1.       Mohd. Lokman
2.       Rejerki Misek
3.       Evelyn Alex
4.       Haslindawati Abdul Wahab
5.       Igat Bourne
6.       Ruzz Oz
7.       Teo Fang Yiang
8.       Jirrey G-rey
9.       Cynthia Lebas Dubline
10.   Frances Rouda
11.   Asriez Riesya
12.   B Harjit Kaur Khaira
13.   Ati Mamora
14.   Ahmad Syhhabudin
15.   Jackson Meling Gilbert
16.   Izat Usally Jemat
17.   Kennedy Ding
18.   Geena Mao Jana
19.   Katina Mary Akai
20.   Sylvester Nyawin
21.   Sabaryna Affendi
22.   Sarini Marty
23.   Hanapi Mohamad
24.   Suhaila Maliki
25.   Welfred Manjan
26.   Yard Ling
27.   (blocked by facebook)
28.   Huspiza Husain
29.   Ridzuan Rawi
30.   Prisca Hays
31.   Firdaus Basrol
32.   Jamilah Jamil
33.   Einberg Phang
34.   Awang Zainal Abidin
35.   Rafidah Amit
36.   Raja Tuchum Lelegup
37.   Emily Engbee
38.   Emme Kamal
39.   Sham Shaniz
40.   Mohd Zairy Zainordin
41.   Ash Burn
42.   Bong Lee Ching
43.   Aidda Hisham
44.   Tonny Wong
45.   Ghaznawi Basrol
46.   Billy Wong
47.   Felix Sakai
48.   Jumi Mona Baha
49.   Norhaniza MSamin
50.   Haerdir Idir
51.   Amirah Farhanah Cynthia Mustapha
52.   Dawson Ador
53.   Tazulliah Tazul
54.   Dorothy Yii
55.   Nasyiha Hamid
56.   Kennedy Ambrose
57.   Rudi Iskandar
58.   Annie Then
59.   Sue Gilbert
60.   Muhamad Ariffin Marwan
61.   Nadzar Arip
62.   Ibnu Hisyam
63.   Siti Hasrat Nurbani
64.   Muhd Sophian
65.   Irman Mohamad
66.   Normah Masrah
67.   Chee Jejidid
68.   Dayang Noorasmah
69.   Kumaraveloo Thirupathy
70.   Harrision Sanie
71.   Liden Endil
72.   Diana Robert
73.   Kesmond Lee
74.   Nor Diana Abdullah
75.   Agnes Molly Eddie Saga
76.   Welly Tuah
77.   Shery OrizQa
78.   Muhamad Reduan Duan
79.   Wie Abg Tahir
80.   Peter Allin
81.   Hajijah Jateng
82.   Fiona Entrie
83.   Rufina Gregory Mied
84.   Teirenz Fionio
85.   Raphael John
86.   Mohamad Abdullah
87.   Harilly Nosem
88.   Hazibah Dhiya Hanim
89.   Maya Junaidi
90.   Wan Kamarol
91.   Norshima Abd Rashid
92.   Nana Aziz
93.   Teena Tawbi
94.   Tanya Micheal
95.   Marina Hamid
96.   Boeim Mohamad
97.   Roland Gumbang
98.   Teddy Bernard
99.   Alok Ijon
100.   Charles Bayang Albert Nyawin

Monday, December 28, 2009

SK NANGA KAIN 2009..the year that was....

hehehe...just want to re-cap everything that happened and the ups and downs of SK Nanga Kain throughout 2009...and about what i did this year. c'mon, this blog is about something by me, right?


SK Nanga Kain had a bit of a rough start when there were only 7 teachers in the school. most of the teachers got their transfer at the end of 2008. but that was all over when we were informed there were 10 teachers posted to our school. 9 were from the peninsular malaysia and one sarawakian. the new sarawakian teacher arrived earlier than anyone else, well, because she was the closest.


the rest of the team came the second week of january; but here's the let down. only seven new teachers from semenanjung malaysia, the other two were reposted to other schools for some God-knows-what reasons. hah...i bet those two kicked themselves hard on their tusch if they knew the other seven were doing fine, here in SK Nanga Kain. but then, the rubbish bin tipped over, when suddenly a newspaper article reported something negative about the teachers from semenanjung malaysia. c'mon... newspaper people, don't you have anything good to say? the newspaper outrageously put in SK Nanga Kain into the light, stating that the locals were concerned about the welfare of their children due to the numbers of semenanjung malaysia teachers coming to our school. i think i want to swear first.... *@#*&%#@ newspaper! no such thing! the teachers were doing great, they did their job, the locals were fine with them and i heard no complaints whatsoever. so, newspaper people, please, get your resources straight. that bloody @%#*&$@# newspaper reporter...!



later throughout the year, there were tears when Mdm Dayang Mengsupia got her transfer to Kuching. the staffs were devastated and the students were emotionally crushed to hear the news. we had a special assembly on the day of her departure, and i had to gave a short speech on behalf of the headmaster. OMG, that was the hardest thing that i had to do, and i was choking inside trying to hold back my emotion; but it was to no avail. then it was mdm dayang's turn to give her speech.

she said it was hard for her to leave the school, but she had to due to her illness. the students cried the most, since she was the closest to the these students. madam dayang, we wish you a good health and a pleasant days ahead. as a gesture of appreciation, mr jesion and i made a special video presentation for her. a few months later, mr. abang got his transfer too.







then, there was Teachers' Day celebration. very, very happening. there were tonnes of photos and a couple of video made for this occasion. the best part of that day was the sukaneka (..or telematch. is the usage of this word correct?) OMG, we had the best fun, playing games, laughing (at each other, mostly) and having fun with the students. hehehe...that was great! oopss...i made two videos for that special day. watch them! hehehe...






2009 was a great year for the athletes from our school. the students were very much involved in sports. we had our own mini sports day, twice, this year. we had football matches, netball tournaments and the athletics competition. all the practice paid off when SK Nanga Kain won almost all events during the sports day in SK Nanga Stapang.







not forgetting the national day celebration that was held in august. it was a great time for us in SK Nanga Kain to show our appreciation and love to our beloved country.


this was also a great time for the students to show their talents too. the students performed well in singing and cultural dance. you can see the videos on youtube or just keep on scrollin' below...hehehe









2009 was also the year for the culture. as you can see from my previous blog entries, SK Nanga Kain excelled mostly in the performing arts.i'm not going to re-embed the videos here. scroll down, and you'll find 'em. hehehe....

so, that was it. it was a year to remember. really, it was a great year for us in SK Nanga Kain. personally, i'm tired...but in a good way. hopefully, next year will be even greater. DIRGAHAYU SK NANGA KAIN.

Saturday, December 26, 2009

two hearts become one...

congratulations!
SELAMAT PENGANTIN BARU....

 Mr. Alexander Kineng and Ms. Laura Singi

photo courtesy of  Teo Fang Yiang, via facebook.com
copyright of mamarock films 2009

two hearts become one...

congratulations!
SELAMAT PENGANTIN BARU

Mr. Mohd. Zairy Zainordin & Ms. Ema Malisa Mohd. Kamal

photo courtesy of Mdm. Ema, via facebook.com

Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas in different languages (Bahasa Malaysia : Selamat Hari Natal)

Afrikaans Gesëende Kersfees
Albanian Gezur Krislinjden
Arabic Idah Saidan Wa Sanah Jadidah
Argentine Feliz Navidad
Armenian Shenoraavor Nor Dari yev Pari Gaghand
Brazilian Boas Festas e Feliz Ano Novo
Bulgarian Tchestita Koleda; Tchestito Rojdestvo Hristovo
Chile Feliz Navidad
Chinese(Cantonese) Gun Tso Sun Tan'Gung Haw Sun
Chinese(Mandarin) Kung His Hsin Nien bing Chu Shen Tan
Columbia Feliz Navidad y Próspero Año Nuevo
Croatian Sretan Bozic
Czech Prejeme Vam Vesele Vanoce a stastny Novy Rok
Danish Glædelig Jul
Dutch Vrolijk Kerstfeest en een Gelukkig Nieuwjaar!or Zalig Kerstfeast
Eskimo(inupik) Jutdlime pivdluarit ukiortame pivdluaritlo!
Estonian Ruumsaid juulup|hi
Farsi Cristmas-e-shoma mobarak bashad
Finnish Hyvaa joulua
French Joyeux Noel
Gaelic Nollaig chridheil agus Bliadhna mhath ùr!
German Froehliche Weihnachten
Greek Kala Christouyenna!
Hawaiian Mele Kalikimaka
Hebrew Mo'adim Lesimkha. Chena tova
Hindi Shub Naya Baras
Hungarian Kellemes Karacsonyi unnepeket
Icelandic Gledileg Jol
Indonesian Selamat Hari Natal
Iraqi Idah Saidan Wa Sanah Jadidah
Irish Nollaig Shona Dhuit or Nodlaig mhaith chugnat
Italian Buone Feste Natalizie
Japanese Shinnen omedeto. Kurisumasu Omedeto
Korean Sung Tan Chuk Ha
Latin Natale hilare et Annum Faustum!
Latvian Prieci'gus Ziemsve'tkus un Laimi'gu Jauno Gadu!
Lithuanian Linksmu Kaledu
Macedonian Sreken Bozhik
Maltese IL-Milied It-tajjeb
Maori Meri Kirihimete
Navajo Merry Keshmish
Norwegian God Jul or Gledelig Jul
Peru Feliz Navidad y un Venturoso Año Nuevo
Philipines Maligayan Pasko!
Polish Wesolych Swiat Bozego Narodzenia or Boze Narodzenie
Portuguese Feliz Natal
Rapa-Nui (Easter Island) Mata-Ki-Te-Rangi. Te-Pito-O-Te-Henua
Russian Pozdrevlyayu s prazdnikom Rozhdestva is Novim Godom
Samoan La Maunia Le Kilisimasi Ma Le Tausaga Fou
Sardinian Bonu nadale e prosperu annu nou
Serbian Hristos se rodi
Slovakian Sretan Bozic or Vesele vianoce
Serb-Croatian Sretam Bozic. Vesela Nova Godina
Singhalese Subha nath thalak Vewa. Subha Aluth Awrudhak Vewa
Slovak Vesele Vianoce. A stastlivy Novy Rok
Slovene Vesele Bozicne. Screcno Novo Leto
Spanish Feliz Navidad
Swedish God Jul and (Och) Ett Gott Nytt År
Tagalog Maligayamg Pasko. Masaganang Bagong Taon
Tamil Nathar Puthu Varuda Valthukkal
Thai Sawadee Pee Mai
Turkish Noeliniz Ve Yeni Yiliniz Kutlu Olsun
Ukrainian Srozhdestvom Kristovym
Urdu Naya Saal Mubarak Ho
Vietnamese Chung Mung Giang Sinh
Welsh Nadolig Llawen
Yugoslavian Cestitamo Bozic

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

My Personal Pick



a bit on Annie Lennox and the song.

Annie Lennox (born 25 December 1954) is a Scottish musician and recording artist. Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, Lennox showed aptitude in music when she was a child and later studied classical music at the Royal Academy of Music in London. She began her recording career as a member of the British pop band The Tourists, and subsequently formed the synth pop duo Eurythmics with former bandmate David A. Stewart. The duo gained international prominence over the course of the 1980s with singles such as "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" and "Here Comes the Rain Again".
In the 1990s, Lennox embarked on a solo career beginning with her debut Diva (1992), which produced the hit singles "Why" and "Walking on Broken Glass". In 2004, she won both the Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Into the West", written for the original soundtrack to the feature film The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. Following the release of her fourth studio album Songs of Mass Destruction (2007), Lennox released her first compilation album The Annie Lennox Collection in 2009.
In addition to her career as a musician, Lennox is also a political and social activist, leading such events as an anti-war rally in London on 3 January 2009 in response to the conflict in Gaza. She also objected to the unauthorised use of the 1999 Eurythmics song "I Saved the World Today" in an election broadcast for Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni.
Known as a pop culture icon for her distinctive contralto vocals and visual performances, Lennox has been named "The Greatest White Soul Singer Alive" by VH1 and one of The 100 Greatest Singers of All Time by Rolling Stone magazine. She has earned the distinction of 'most successful female British artist in UK music history' due to her global commercial success since the early 1980s. Including her work within Eurythmics, Lennox is one of the world's best-selling music artists, having sold over 80 million records worldwide.

"Waiting in Vain" is a song written and recorded by reggae musician Bob Marley for his 1977 album Exodus. Released as a single, it hit number twenty-seven in the UK Singles Chart. "Waiting in Vain" was covered by Annie Lennox for her album Medusa. It was released as the album's third single in 1995 and reached number thirty-one on the UK singles chart.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Dancers of SK Nanga Kain

after many weeks of editing, many days of uploading, my latest video work is finally here. well, actually, my three parts video work actually. i wish to thank mr. jesion for co-producing these videos and for having the patience to cope with my tedious detailing over the videos. my thanks go out to mr. zairy for providing the video conversion software, awie for his help with my art direction, and the kids, for their patience and dedication. i would also like to extend my thanks and gratitude and apologies to Noraniza Idris, for i have used her music and songs for the performance; without her prior permission. TERIMA KASIH yang tidak terhingga buat KAK ANI.

so, people of the world, i present to you: TARIAN ETNIK KREATIF by the dancers of SK NANGA KAIN.

Enjoy! PEACE.

part 1


part 2


part 3

Friday, December 11, 2009

the so-called secret video is out, finally.....


heres' the video....

a little bit about the video, a few scenes at the beginning of the video were added to show the aftermath of the recent flooding in our school. and here's another secret, there are 6 more versions of this video. i made these videos in several versions but only one made the cut. the models (students) agreed on one video to be uploaded to youtube.com.

Disclaimer: The video contains the audio track SENANDUNG MAAF by White Shoes And The Couples Company. The video was made with the purest intention and wasn’t meant to violate the copyright ownership of the song. The video was made solely for entertainment purposes, and I will not benefit from it financially. This video was not the official video for the song. I own the copyright ownership of the stock footage and still images, and White Shoes And The Couples Company owns the copyright ownership for the song. I would like to extend my sincerest thanks and gratitude to the band for their understanding on the above matter. Thanks.

Original Music : White Shoes And The Couples Company
Copyright Controlled of Minty Fresh Records

Concept : m tauhhid z
Ideas : m tauhhid z and THE KIDS

Recorded entirely on location in SK. Nanga Kain

Directed and Produced by : m tauhhid z @ mamarock films™

Thursday, December 10, 2009

repaired....phew!

well, now i have included the pictures for my so-called overdue post. scroll down and you'll see what i meant. now, i have a few more tasks waiting. i'm going to upload several videos to youtube, then i'll embed them here. so, for now, just enjoy looking at the pictures, okay... hehehehe

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

short, simple, sweet, jazzy....



i'm taking a break for a few days. i will be back with more materials. love you all.
- tauhhid -

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

"What's Goin' On" Official Music Video



Song written by Renaldo "Obie" Benson, Al Cleveland, and Marvin Gaye.
Directed by Jake Scott.
(C) 2001 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
(C) Columbia Records.

Bono\Britney Spears\Christina Aguilera \Jennifer Lopez\Gwen Stefani\Mary J. Blige\Backstreet Boys\Destiny's Child\ Sean Combs\Lil Kim\ Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit\Eve\Monica\Nelly Furtado\Nona Gaye\Darren Hayes\Ja Rule\Alicia Keys\Aaron Lewis of Staind\Nas\Nelly\NSYNC\Michael Stipe of R.E.M.\Usher\ Wyclef Jean

no time for the prejudice!


World AIDS Day, observed December 1 each year, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection.

AIDS has killed more than 25 million people between 1981 and 2007, and an estimated 33.2 million people worldwide live with HIV as of 2007, making it one of the most destructive epidemics in recorded history. Despite recent, improved access to antiretroviral treatment and care in many regions of the world, the AIDS epidemic claimed an estimated 2 million lives in 2007, of which about 270,000 were children.

The Red Ribbon is the international symbol of support for people living with HIV. Wearing a red ribbon is a great way to raise awareness about HIV as well as to break down stigma and prejudice, so make sure you get yours in time for World AIDS Day!

Monday, November 30, 2009

practice session vol. 2

Video info:

Type of dance : Ethnic
Song : Ngajat Tampi, Mengulek & Leleng; original singers : Noraniza Idris

Trainer : Mr. Jesion
Dancers : Patricia Liza, Samentha Sully, Singgal, Patricia Aina, Nadia, Sofia Sebai, Catherine Jali, Wilson, Nelson, Desmond Feliz, Bhrusly Jacky

Recorded by : m tauhhid
Video conversion by : m zairy & m tauhhid
Produced by : m tauhhid & jesion
Copyright : mamarock films 2009

Enjoy!

practice session vol. 1

i'm starting a new category in my blog. i'll be posting videos of my students practicing cultural dances. here's the first one.

Video info:
Type of dance : Malaysian Joget
Song : Joget Malaysia; original singers : P. Ramlee and Saloma

Trainer : Miss Nurnasyiha
Dancers : Ayu, Enja, Erra, Mary, Inja, Menara, Shirla, Jennifer
               Steve, Steward, Dannelson, Erickson, Emanuel, Casey, Dickson

Recorded by : m tauhhid
Video conversion by : m zairy & awie
Produced by : m tauhhid
Copyright : mamarock films 2009

Enjoy!

Sunday, November 29, 2009

my PERSONAL PICK!



"The Hardest Button to Button" is a 7" single by the American alternative rock band The White Stripes. It is the third single from their album Elephant. Jack White says that the song is about a child trying to find his place in a dysfunctional family when a new baby comes.The music video for "The Hardest Button to Button" is the third White Stripes video directed by Michel Gondry, after "Fell in Love with a Girl" and "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground" (two years later, he would direct the music video for "The Denial Twist").

The video utilizes pixilation animation to create the effect of dozens of drum kits and guitar amplifiers multiplying to the rhythm of the song as Jack and Meg perform. For example, in one sequence, Meg is seen playing the bass drum at a subway station. At every beat she plays, she appears with a new bass drum while the last becomes vacant. This was achieved by first setting up a trail of bass drums. Then, Meg would be filmed performing a single beat on the last drum in the line, followed by the removal of that drum. Meg would then proceed to the next drum, play another beat, and so on. The final video is edited to include the drum beats with the sequence reversed, making it appear as if the drums are being added to the beat, appearing out of thin air. As many as 80 identical bass drums and Fender guitar amps were used in the video.Much of the video was filmed around Riverside Drive and the Columbia University area near Grant's Tomb and around the 125th Street exit and surrounding neighborhood, - all part of the Upper West Side in Manhattan - New York City. Parts of the video were filmed at the 33rd Street PATH station.There is a short cameo by Beck about two and a half minutes in as a man in a white suit presenting Jack with a "box with something in it".

info source: wikipedia.org
video: youtube.com

Saturday, November 28, 2009

enjoying the equatorial sun!


siapa kata...
kamera murah 
tak boleh ambik gambar 
yang santeeekkk
macam nih? 

photo by mr. jesion

overdue - the three weeks' posts


Well, now it's the time for a long...very long... holiday.

As you can see, i haven't posted anything on my blog for the last two weeks. A lot happened in those two weeks, and now i'm trying to squeeze in everything that happened in those two weeks. I 'm going to do this in sequence. So, this will be my longest blog post ever. Hehehe...

post no. 1
The real story about this post was it was written on the 14th November2009. Just keeep on reading then you'll know why it took such a long time to be posted here.

14th November 2009
Wow….i haven’t posted anything new for the past few days. I’ve been to SK Nanga Stapang, in Kapit, for an inter-school sports and cultural competition, and what a great news I have for you! Let’s do this in stages okay….and I’m highlighting only the main events.

Well, first, SK Nanga Kain (our team) lead by Mr. Jesion and Mr. Ridzuan as the team managers went to SK Nanga Stapang. The athletes from our team took part in all the events, and won most of them. CONGRATULATIONS to our soccer team for winning first place; and for the netball team for winning third. Also, congratulations to the athletics team for winning in most of the track events. Oops…the participants weren’t teachers, they’re students. Hehehe.



Came the highlight of the athletics events, the teachers from our school also took part in the invitational track event. Mr. Zairy, Mr. Ridzuan, Mr. Semang and Wilson Lenggang’s mom won third place in the 4x200 meter race. Hats off to you guys!


Hahaha…our Headmaster; Mr. Kadum; also took part in a very special 100 meter race and he won second place. Congratz to you too, sir.











The best part was winning the cultural events. Our team won in both Ethnic Creative and pop Poco-Poco dance categories. My salute to Mr. Jesion and his dancers for winning both! I’m sooo…proud of them!






















Our school also took part in the pop Poco-Poco dance for teachers and staffs’ category. The dancers were Mr. Jesion, Ms. Nurnasyiha, Mr. Zairy, Mr. Patrick, Mr. Ridzuan and Mdm. (auntie) Roselind. They won third place!

The final cultural showcase was the dikir barat recital in Iban Language by the students and Mr. Patrick. This team was trained by Mr. Patrick and Mr. Awie.

Wow, it was an unforgettable experience in SK Nanga Stapang. My sincerest thanks to the school’s headmaster, Mr. Boniface. A very special thank you goes out to Miss Nicky Amanda for providing a comfortable nest for us to sleep in.

Note :
what a drag! i've lost the pictures created especially for this post. but, i'm working on this problem. so just wait ok....the above post was intended to be posted on the 14th November 2009, but all was in vain when the flood hit our school later in the afternoon on the same day. Here's the story.

Post no. 2
17th November 2009
The great River Balleh flood.



Well, the reason I haven’t posted anything for the last few days was that our school was hit by a massive flood. The entire school was under water…well, not really, some of the classes were underwater, and everyone in the school didn’t expect that the flood would be that worse. Just imagine how tired we were; packing and moving all the things from the houses and classes, then rushing like mad when the water level risen drastically. Luckily, some of the teachers’ quarters were on a higher ground.



A few of the victims ( teachers…hehehe) stayed at my place for a few days. To make matters worse, there was no electricity for three days. So kasihan (pity) that mr zairy, mr ridzuan and miss..eh..mr jesion had to stay at my place. But, there was a silver lining to every dark clouds, we felt really united and together. We had our meals together, we chit-chat until late at night, and cracked jokes every now and then. Ooh..and we helped each others a lot too.


After two very wet days, finally, the flood's over. cleaning up time. some of the parents and students came to help the teachers clean up the teachers' quarters and the classrooms.










Sorry, I don’t have any photos of my own for this post yet, but I’m working on it. So, just watch out for this spot, okay. I wonder if mr. Ridzuan posted some of the pictures on his blog or facebook? yupp..he did, and here are some of  them. well, mostly with he himself in it of course.


all photos courtesy of this dude, mr ridzuan. mentioned several times in my blog. thanks riz.
RIZ, pinjam gambar2 ni boleh?











Post no. 3
19th November 2009
What a sad day for some of us here in SK Nanga Kain. It is the last day of school for the students, and it is the the time to say goodbye for the Year Six students. Their examination result is out today, and they scored well in their examination. Overall, the students passed the exam; with the score of 75% passing. I'm so proud of these kids. As you can see, these kids were featured in three of my unofficial White Shoes and the Couples Company videos. Personally, i would like to thank them for allowing me to feature them in all the videos. I'm not going into details because i'm still feeling bluesy about them leaving the school for the last time.

( ok, these posts are well overdued, but do forgive me for posting this late. at the moment, i'm having a bit of a rough time i'm sure enough you wouldn't be interested in knowing. insyallah, i will keep my blog well managed and properly attended to. thanks - tauhhid )

Friday, November 13, 2009

watch out for a new post..tomorrow!


i have something new for you guys....but not now. i'm still very...very...very...tired. tomorrow, okay. hehehe...

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

secret's out...



This is my final project for this year. Well, the video hasn’t been uploaded yet, but insyallah, it will. But for now, do feast your eyes with these video stills.


This will be my final unofficial music video for White Shoes And The Couples Company. I will not be making anymore music video for next year, or maybe ever. The video will complete my White Shoes And The Couples Company unofficial music video trilogy. I would like to extend my greatest and sincerest gratitude and thanks to the band for their understanding and for allowing me to use their songs in the videos.

I would also like to thank the mamarock films™ crew for their support in making the videos:
jesion, laura, rufina, desmond, m zairy.

To all the models ( all of which are my students ) :
augustine, bhrusly, catherine, christina, desmond, francis, gillian, icha, imanuel, jessica, karthina, nadia, nelson, nike ardilla, patricia, patricia aina, patricia liza, petrik, samentha, singgal, sofia sebai, wilson, wilson phillips and winnie.

Will this be the end for mamarock films™? No. Not for other short film projects. Just wait and see.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

meong..meong..cats in white shoes

i love this song.


apa guna bung...
malu-malu kucing...
meong..meong.. dibelakang suaranya nyaring...


My Personal Pick

here's another band from indonesia. i came across this particular music video and song while 
watching MTV Gerek Seh, a showcase of Asianflavoured music videos. why do i like this music video, well, first the filming took place in a car (?..maybe) and the whole video was shot using 
the technique of one-shot filming. second, the music sounds cool. hmm...great video, plus great music equals MY PERSONAL PICK. ladies and gentlemen, i present to you, AGRIKULTURE - New Day




Sunday, November 1, 2009

no place to go? come here....

it's time for me to do something for my country, i'm promoting MALAYSIA y'all! just click the link below and whoossshhh...off you go to virtual Malaysia....but do return to this blog again okay. hehehe


Saturday, October 31, 2009

run...kids, run!


hehehe...let's forget about my so-called secret for a while.

a few weeks ago my school had a mini sports-day event. practically, the teachers and staffs were all busy with the mind-blowingly (is there such word?) packed schedule. mind you, everyone was in charge of something; and i was in charge of photography and videos. the warmth of the equatorial sun, the gentle dry breeze and the coolness of the soft grass beneath our feet were minusculed (again..is there such word?) by the excitement of the students running around the field. such innocence, carefree spirit and joy.




Tuesday, October 27, 2009

hush....i've a secret...


i'm planning a project now, and it'll be my last project for this year. hush........

what the world needs now


Dove and olive branch



In JudaismChristianity, and Islam an olive branch is a sign for peace. The Torah, The Old Testament and The Qur'an describe a story in which a dove was released by Noah after the Great Flood in order to find land. The dove came back carrying an olive branch in its beak, proof for Noah that the Great Flood had receded. (Book of Genesis 8:11).
In Greek tradition, olive branches represent peace.The plant was considered sacred to the ancient goddess of wisdom, Athena.
Defeated Roman armies displayed olive branches as a white flag to indicate surrender.
The motif can also represent "hope for peace" and even a peace offering from one man to another, as in the phrase "extend an olive branch".



Peace dove graffiti in Madrid. The Castilian Spanish "paz" translates to "peace".
Photographer is Daniel Lobo, daquellamanera on flickr.com

turn around...turn around...

hmm...i knew that this would happen someday...and it did, today. i posted lots and lots of videos and photos on my blog, facebook and my youtube channel. and for future projects, i kept a heck-of-a-lot more videos and photos in my computer. but, to make this post interesting, let me tell you about one particular person. he kept telling me that no matter how many photos or videos i made, it would meant nothing to him. but, today, suddenly he requested for some of the photos that i kept. now, ain't it ironic. the one thing that he said wasn't significant before, was truly needed now. see who's laughing now? i'm throwing my head back in hysterical laughter.....
yup...guys, no photos for this blog.

Friday, October 23, 2009

let's do this for humanity.

 let's donate and support NSTP in their effort of collecting donations for the INDONESIA'S PADANG EARTHQUAKE victims. In Malaysia : send your donations via SMS. free of charge. just type DERMA and send to 21999. you'll be donating RM1 for each DERMA sent.

For the rest of the world, contact your local Red Cross Society for instructions on how to donate.


let's do this for humanity.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

what more would I want than a candle lit dream..?

HAPPY DEEPAVALI. for this auspicious occasion, i'm changing my blog's background color. this time, the color of Diwali, marigold yellow.


Diya or deepam or deepak (India) is a lamp made usually of clay, with wick made of cotton and dipped in ghee or vegetable oils. Clay diyas are temporary and are used for special occasions, while diyas made of brass are permanent fixtures in homes and temples. Diyas are predominantly used in Hindu religious festivals such as Diwali, are native to India, and are thus associated with and unique to Hinduism practices.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

birthday wishes for September and October.....

no tragedies for this group of people. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY and HAPPY CELEBRATING BIRTHMONTH.



mr. wan kamarol a.k.a. mr WK with wilson philips
photo by Sofia Sebai
Courtesy of : awie
Copyright : mamarock




mdm. syrosazizah with karthina naynee
photo by Sofia Sebai
Courtesy of : awie
Copyright : mamarock




ms. Laura folding paper plane
photo by Sofia Sebai
Courtesy of : awie
Copyright : mamarock



ms. Sarida holding a handful of water
photo by Sofia Sebai
Courtesy of : awie
Copyright : mamarock





ms. Norsham with Valerie
photo by Sofia Sebai
Courtesy of : awie
Copyright : mamarock

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