Friday, September 17, 2010

Belated Selamat Hari Raya

It's kinda late for this, but still Selamat Hari Raya. That indicates the end of pasar ramadhan for this year.

Some cultures have to be preserved despite all the upgrading of living standard. It shouldn't be forgotten and should be passed along to the next generation. Came across this Raya decoration in Aeon Jusco and it did attracted my attention.

Traditional Malay house that runs family business. My parents told me that in their generation, sundry shops in their Kampung looked like this. Unfortunately, I can't see it for true already. It disappear with the time.

The bicycle that my Ah Gong used to ride it to work. He was a healthy person that would work until the age of 70+ as a taxi driver. He didn't suffer from any disease before he left us for good but somehow he couldn't fight through the silence killer, heart attack. Miss the time when he just came back from working with few packets of crab meat char koay tiaw and when he almost reached the house, he would ring the bell beside the bicycle handle until we could hear it. It would remain as memory. Even the taste of the crab meat char koay tiaw is different now.

This vehicles still can seen in Penang and Malacca easily. They are commonly used as public transport/tourism means in these 2 states.

Recently, the slogan 1 Malaysia is commonly used in everything I could say. Sometimes, to make it sound unite and great. People will tend to add a "1" in front of something. It's something like:

Credits to CartoonKini by Zunar....

Still belated Selamat Hari Raya...Maaf Zahir Batin kepada 1 Malaysia~!!!


Anna Boleyn said...

selamat hari raya.. :)

btw, yep..pernah belajar di KMP. memang lah ujung and agak terpencil tapi sy suka and dah biasa dengan condition tu. kat situ makan murah lepastu tenang jer. macam dok kat dunia luar. seriyes best. :)

p/s : jom datang blog anna boleyn tengok header and layout baru. Okay tak??? :)

LUCKY_STRIKE_14 said...

haha...yea yea...di Perlis, taraf hidup lebih rendah sikit banding dengan KL. traffic pun tak jam. haha...okok...saya akan pergi tengok ya...