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BORAK KOSONG, CHAT, GOSIP, LUAHAN DAN BERSANTAI DI BOARD PERUBATAN VOL. 22

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Post time 27-10-2020 07:21 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
seribulan replied at 27-10-2020 06:15 PM
Faberet @ipes2 @keypochino @ ...

Buat sendiri ke nie..
N mpk sdap
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Post time 27-10-2020 07:22 PM | Show all posts
Buritan replied at 27-10-2020 06:18 PM
Pening den tgk kes cobik ni..

Covid politaik ni memang kena babap...bese diaaa...dok diam dlm.gua nuh...
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Post time 27-10-2020 07:24 PM | Show all posts
missyL replied at 27-10-2020 06:21 PM
Buat sendiri ke nie..
N mpk sdap

Tak...google...yg luar ni karipap warna cekelat tu je...

Dinner pe?
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Post time 27-10-2020 07:33 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
seribulan replied at 27-10-2020 07:24 PM
Tak...google...yg luar ni karipap warna cekelat tu je...

Dinner pe?

Dinner mlm ni mee grg basah je..
SB  dinner ape mlm niie?
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Post time 27-10-2020 07:59 PM | Show all posts
missyL replied at 27-10-2020 06:33 PM
Dinner mlm ni mee grg basah je..
SB  dinner ape mlm niie?

Tadi singgah tapau tomyam seafood kat kedai exkolig...mkn dgn kuetiau   ni ada karipap.kolig bagi...supper le kot
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Post time 27-10-2020 07:59 PM | Show all posts
nst.com.my
Laksa love: Penang's assam laksa ranked world's 7th best dish by CNN | New Straits Times
2-3 minutes

GEORGE TOWN: Penang's assam laksa has made it into the list of "The World's 50 Best Foods" by CNN Travel, earning a spot in the top10.

The spicy-sour fish broth with noodles came in seventh, ahead of Thailand's tom yum goong in eighth place, ice-cream (in ninth place) and Gabon's chicken muamba (in 10th place).

Thailand's massaman curry topped the list, followed by Italy's Neapolitan pizza and Mexico's chocolate.

In fourth spot is Japan's sushi, while China's Peking duck and Germany's hamburger came in fifth and sixth places, respectively.

Singapore's chili crab and chicken rice took the 35th and 45th spots, respectively.

A caption which accompanied an image of Penang's assam laksa in CNN Travel reads: "Poached, flaked mackerel, tamarind, chili, mint, lemongrass, onion, pineapple... one of Malaysia's most popular dishes is an addictive spicy-sour fish broth with noodles (especially great when fused with ginger), that'll have your nose running before the spoon even hits your lips.

CNN Travel said its staff members had scoured the planet to compile the list of 50 of the most delicious foods ever created.

The article was updated on Sep 30.

Responding to the list, state Creative Economy and Tourism Committee chairman Yeoh Soon Hin posted on his Facebook page: "Maintaining our Top 10 rank on the list, Penang Assam Laksa is No.7 on CNN's list of World's Best 50 Foods".

Last year, CNN Travel, CNN International's travel website, named Penang as one of Asia's 17 best destinations to consider for one's next adventure, singling it out as a 'mecca' for food and architecture lovers.

On July 13, 2018, Bangkok-based CNN Travel senior producer Karla Cripps, in her article "George Town, Penang: Asia's greatest street food city?" wrote at length on Penang's street food culture and the state as an eater's paradise.
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Post time 27-10-2020 08:02 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
check in dulu la ya
baru touch down ni kat rumah

Rumah pertama MJ kan?
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Post time 27-10-2020 08:13 PM | Show all posts

guling baca benang dudaberhias artis masih watak.tadika ke hapa...video DivaAA tu.
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Post time 27-10-2020 08:15 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
seribulan replied at 27-10-2020 08:13 PM
guling baca benang dudaberhias artis masih watak.tadika ke hapa...video DivaAA tu.{:1_565 ...

Apa yg duda ckp tu betul.
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Post time 27-10-2020 08:17 PM | Show all posts

RE: BORAK KOSONG, CHAT, GOSIP, LUAHAN DAN BERSANTAI DI BOARD PERUBATAN VOL. 22

sarah82 replied at 27-10-2020 07:15 PM
Apa yg duda ckp tu betul.

Eh menarik @keypochino post beskal nak beli lah



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Post time 27-10-2020 08:23 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
seribulan replied at 27-10-2020 08:17 PM
Eh menarik @keypochino post beskal nak beli lah

Ni antara yg murah dan review ok dari pembeli2.. tp ni utk ank sek rendah so amik size 20" kalau dewasa 24 or 26 ler kot.. tp kalau basikal2 yg retis main kat hiway tu mahal la riban2..  
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Post time 27-10-2020 08:29 PM | Show all posts
keypochino replied at 27-10-2020 07:23 PM
Ni antara yg murah dan review ok dari pembeli2.. tp ni utk ank sek rendah so amik size 20" kalau d ...

Dok berangan nak cycling balik...imbau zaman childhood
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Post time 27-10-2020 08:30 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Edited by seribulan at 28-10-2020 07:08 AM

Pix buah salak kolig jual kat saya esok
@ipes2 nak tacang

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Post time 27-10-2020 08:33 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
seribulan replied at 27-10-2020 08:30 PM
Pix buah salak kolig jual kat saya esok

Wah lama xmkn..kalau manis ok la.. takut kelat je
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Post time 27-10-2020 08:41 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Jemput makan... sempat singgah plaza masalam dulu @keypochino.. rindu duboyo.. ni pun jadilah. Keypo dinner apa? mana @Kak-Leen, Leon, makton lama x mai makton.

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Post time 27-10-2020 08:47 PM | Show all posts
keypochino replied at 27-10-2020 07:33 PM
Wah lama xmkn..kalau manis ok la.. takut kelat je

Manis kot...dokong hari tu manis elok...
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Post time 27-10-2020 09:55 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
seribulan replied at 27-10-2020 06:15 PM
Faberet @ipes2 @keypochino @ ...

Maaaakk aaiii chuols buat sendiri ke ni sb
Dah boleh mintak tender kantin kat ofis gomen neh
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Acikgomen replied at 27-10-2020 08:55 PM
Maaaakk aaiii chuols buat sendiri ke ni sb
Dah boleh mintak tender kantin kat ofis gomen neh:sh ...

Google pic x lepas tender...hohoho...
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Post time 27-10-2020 10:17 PM | Show all posts
Sampai dah Kg. Glam...

Cabbies and office workers: Meet Singapore's ordinary royals
Reuters Oktober 27, 2020 16:38 MYT
https://www.astroawani.com/berit ... inary-royals-265473


Tengku Shawal, a royal descendant, poses for photos with his mother (R-L) Tengku Fatimah, wife Sa'adah Binti Othman, sister Tengku Intan, daughter Tengku Puteri and her husband Mohamad Fairoze at Intan's home in Singapore. REUTERS file pic

SINGAPORE: In the modern republic of Singapore, several seemingly ordinary people working in offices or driving taxis can claim to be of royal blood, descendants of a 19th century monarch who ceded control of the Southeast Asian island to the British.

But few residents in one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities are even aware of this lineage, a sore point with Tengku, or Prince, Shawal, acclaimed by some members of his family as 'head of the house of Singapore'.

"They still exist?" is a response the 51-year-old says he often receives when he tells people he is one of the descendants of Sultan Hussein Shah - whose treaties with the British led to colonial rule and the founding of the modern country.

Shawal is one of several Singaporeans who bear the honorific name Tengku, meaning prince or princess in Malay, and claim links to the Sultan.


Tengku Shawal, a royal descendant, gives a tour of his former home the Istana Kampung Glam, which is now the Malay Heritage Centre museum, in Singapore August 7, 2020. Picture taken August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Until the turn of this century, some of them still lived in their ancestral home, a crowded, dilapidated palace, before they were evicted by the government which turned it into a museum.

Seventy nine descendants, of whom 14 were living in the palace, were offered payouts as part of colonial-era deal to provide for the Sultan's family, the government said at the time. Many of the others were living overseas, it said.

The legal beneficiaries' names were not made public, making it difficult to verify royal claims.

The Singapore government, which has ruled unbroken since the city-state's independence in 1965, told Reuters that all but one of the payments have been made but it was unable to share more details on the beneficiaries.

"NOT A DYNASTY"

Shawal, who showed Reuters government correspondence identifying him as a beneficiary, still regularly visits the palace-cum-museum and its nearby mosque and cemetery in the city-state's Malay heritage enclave called Kampong Glam.

Despite facing personal issues with his income cut and his logistics job at risk due to the coronavirus pandemic, Shawal says he devotes time to keeping the Sultan's heritage alive by dressing in traditional royal costume and attending celebratory events.

But gaining wider recognition is a challenge, even among a disparate and somewhat divided band of claimants.

Other descendants warn about the dangers of living in the past or are too preoccupied with hardships of the present.


Tengku Indra, who says he is a royal descendant, sits in front of a green backdrop as he attends a Zoom meeting as a C-suite coach at his home in Singapore September 22, 2020. Picture taken September 22, 2020. REUTERS/Edgar Su

"We are not a dynasty. It is not important whether you are a descendant of the royal family or not," said Tengku Indra, a 67-year-old consultant who lived in the palace grounds as a child.

"What is crucial is you must earn your life through meritocracy instead of enjoying an ascribed status based on ancestral position."

Indra was described as the great-great-great-great grandson of Sultan Hussein in an article by government-affiliated heritage society Friends of the Museums Singapore last year.

Indra's son, 40-year-old businessman Tengku Azan has a two-year-old daughter who would be one of the youngest descendants.

He thinks future generations will not take much interest in the Sultan's history. "The past inadvertently takes a back seat and remains uncherished," he said.

For other former palace residents, life in the outside world has been a rude awakening.

Tengku Faizal, 43, said after he left the palace in 1999 he took a job as a cleaner in a condominium and would get teased for being the prince who handles garbage.

He now drives a taxi but says he is struggling to make ends meet and has been given financial assistance to cover his daughter's childcare fees. To help out, his wife has taken a part-time job in a McDonald's outlet.

"We are not smart, we are not rich," Faizal said, speaking in English. "We got title only."


Tengku Faizal, who says he is a royal descendant, waits for taxi bookings in Singapore October 16, 2020. Picture taken October 16, 2020. REUTERS/Edgar Su

In neighbouring Malaysia, a constitutional monarchy where Sultans still play an active role in public life, honorific names are far more common.

Of seven Singapore claimants Reuters interviewed, Shawal was the most eager about celebrating his heritage.

But even he had his own doubts about passing on the "burden" of the royal title and did not give it to his daughter at birth.

Now 27 and working for a biotech firm, Princess Puteri has reclaimed her Tengku name but says she also finds explaining her credentials an uphill task in a country that has largely forgotten this piece of history.

"Some part of me feels sad because I need to explain who I am. But the moment when they look at Prince Harry they know he is the prince," she said, referring to the globally popular grandson of Queen Elizabeth II.

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