Monday, 29 September 2008


I passed my level 2 swimming exam. My daddy said if i pass my level 2 he want to buy me water shooter. I had try my best and I passed my freestyle by one try. Till today i still unable to do backstroke kick. The examiner, Mr Mark Chua gave me second chance and he asked to do back float until 10 counts and i did it....

My instructor, Abang Sharul very supprised. My daddy, Kak Eka very supprised too. My daddy asked the examiner and he said my freestyle is ok. and the backstroke kick I can learn again in level 3, when I learn back stroke swim. My daddy told me, Mr Mark Chua said i can upliff my stomach and do back float is enough for me to do backstroke swimm later.

I am very sad, my good friend Euric and Esha did not pass thier leval 2 exam. They are my good friend. I like to play with Eugine and Euric and thier parent. I like to race swim with kicking board with Esha and Euric.

Thursday, 25 September 2008

1st Semester test

Soon my first semester test is coming. I need to improve on my bahasa melayu. My monthly test results: Maths , 100 Science, 97 BM , 40 Average , 100 , 97, 40 : 237 / 3 - 79

Good Time at Curve Bandar One Utama

Daddy, Mummy, Aidik and Kak Eidah and me went to curve to look for my school shoes and non shop sell school shoe at the Curve. Finally Daddy bought at Subang Perade. We have good and fun time eating ice-cream at Baskin Robin - Curve...Kak Eidah have to Q-up for 30 minutes.

Thanks Kak Eidah...Ice-cream is really cool.....

My Favourite Uncle Shahril & His sister wedding

I have attended a Malay Wedding - at Uncle Shahril Kg Klang Gate. I enjoyed very much

My Level 2 - Swimming exam is on Sunday 28/9/2008

My level 2 swimming exam is on 28/9/2008. This level I have to swim 2 styles that is free style and back stroke kick. I think I could pass my free style but back stroke kick I will do my best. Hope every body who know me will wish me good luck.

Daddy said if I can pass this level, he will buy me water shooter.


Dear Blogers

The full result is as below:-

A3 - Allegero F

A well chosen tempo for this, and notes were secure throughout. Hands were mostly well co-ordinated, and the tone was sensetive with some stylish articulation.

B2 - Andante

You maintained a steady pulse despite one or two small slips with notes in the final section of the piece today. Phareses were colourful, on the whole.

C2 - Mini Rag

Rythamic patterns were mostly well defined, and articulation was precise. Phrases were sensitively shaped, with careful attentation to the musical detail.


Prompt responses. Accurate, and even.


Accurate, and even.

Broken Chords

Accurate, and mostly even.

Sight Reading

A Fluent account with some attentation to the expressive detail.

Aural Test


Additional Comments

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Wednesday, 24 September 2008

My Practical Exam Result

Dear Blogers

My practical exam result just came out last week. I got distinction. The exeminer written in her colum that my result is excellent.

Tuesday, 16 September 2008

New Solar System

Astronomers have taken what may the first picture of a planet orbiting a star similar to the sun.
This distant world is giant (about eight times the mass of Jupiter) and lies far out from its star (about 330 times the Earth-Sun distance). But for all the planet's strangeness, its star is quite like our own sun.

Previously, the only photographed extrasolar planets have belonged to tiny, dim stars known as brown dwarfs. And while hundreds of exoplanets have been detected by noting their gravitational tug on their parent stars, it is rare to find one large enough to image directly.
"This is the first time we have directly seen a planetary mass object in a likely orbit around a star like our sun," said David Lafreni貥, an astronomer at the University of Toronto who led the team that discovered the star. "If we confirm that this object is indeed gravitationally tied to the star, it will be a major step forward."

Further study will be needed to prove that the planet is in fact orbiting around the star, as opposed to the possibility, however unlikely, that the two objects just happen to lie in the same area of the sky at roughly the same distance from us.
"Of course it would be premature to say that the object is definitely orbiting this star, but the evidence is extremely compelling," Lafreni貥 said. "This will be a very intensely studied object for the next few years!"

The researchers used the Gemini North telescope on Mauna Kea in Hawaii to glimpse the planet and its star, 1RXS J160929.1-210524, which lies about 500 light-years from Earth. Though the star has about 85 percent the mass of the sun, it is younger than our star. In order to image the far-flung system, the team utilized adaptive optics technology, which uses flexible mirrors to offset the distortion light suffers as it passes through Earth's atmosphere.
The strange planet so far from its parent star is unexpected based on current theories of star and planet formation. For comparison, the farthest planet in our solar system, Neptune, lies only 30 times the Earth-sun distance away from the sun.

"This discovery is yet another reminder of the truly remarkable diversity of worlds out there, and it's a strong hint that nature may have more than one mechanism for producing planetary mass companions to normal stars," said team member Ray Jayawardhana, also of the University of Toronto.

The distant exoplanet, at about 1,800 Kelvin (about 1,500?C), is also much hotter than our own Jupiter, which has a temperature of about 160 Kelvin (-110?C).
The team discovered the new planet as part a survey of more than 85 stars in the Upper Scorpius association, a group of young stars formed about 5 million years ago. The researchers have detailed the study in a paper submitted to the Astrophysical Journal Letters and also posted online.
"This discovery certainly has us looking forward to what other surprises nature has in stock for us," said University of Toronto team member Marten van Kerkwijk.
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Original Story: Possible First Photo of Planet Around Sun-Like Star

Monday, 8 September 2008

Spanish Words - In School

el profesor, la profesora
the teacher, the professor
el maestro, la maestra
the primary school teacher
el alumno, la alumna
the student
el/la estudiante
the student
el rector, la rectora
the university president, the school principal
el colegio
the primary school (Spain), the K-12 school (Chile)
la escuela
the school (all senses), the primary School (Chile)
el instituto
the secondary school (Spain)
el liceo
the secondary school (Chile)
la preparatoria
the secondary school (Mexico)
la universidad
the university, the college
la biblioteca
the library
la librería
the book store
el libro
the book
el libro de texto
the text book
el curso, la clase
the course, the class
el examen
the final exam
los deberes, las tareas escolares
the homework

to learn
to study
to read
to write
to compute, to calculate
to ask
to answer
to discuss

aburrido, pesado
estúpido, tonto
stupid, dumb

Thursday, 4 September 2008

Shah Alam

This article is about Shah Alam, the capital city. For the two Mughal emperors, see Shah Alam I and Shah Alam II.
Shah Alamشه عالم
Motto: 'Indah Bestari'(English: 'Beautiful, Brilliant')
Location within Petaling District, Klang District and the state of Selangor
Coordinates: 3°5′00″N 101°32′00″E / 3.083333, 101.533333
Granted State Capital Status
7 December 1978
- Mayor
Dato' Ramlan Bin Othman
- Total
290.3 km² (112.1 sq mi)
Population (July 2007)
- Total
584,340 (8th)
Time zone
- Summer (DST)
Not observed (UTC)
Shah Alam is a city in Petaling and Klang Districts in Selangor, Malaysia, about 25 kilometres (15 mi) west of the country's capital, Kuala Lumpur. In 1978, it replaced Kuala Lumpur as the capital city of the state of Selangor due to Kuala Lumpur's incorporation into a Federal Territory in 1974. Shah Alam was the first planned city in Malaysia after independence in 1957.
Shah Alam was once known as Sungai Renggam and was noted for its rubber and oil palm estates. Later, the same area was identified as Batu Tiga prior to Malaysian independence, and has been a centre of rubber and palm oil trade for centuries. Its current name was chosen by the then state Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, after his late father Sultan Alam Shah. Many other monuments, buildings and even a street are named after the late Sultan. Shah Alam was granted city status on 10 October 2000 with Dato' Haji Abu Sujak Haji Mahmud as the first mayor.

Handy Manny - Kitty Sitting

Part 1 : come on tools we got work to do (hop up jump in song) bye tools. we will, kellie.
Part 2 : Ohhhh (knock) ola
Part 3 : i love kittens can she keep it
Part 4 : kellies hardware store ola kellie hows the name of the kitty we named the kitty Patches.
Part 5 : we work song ) we are done. keep Patches.
Part 6 : I know is very good. (keep Patches )
Part 7 : Episode Done