May 27th, 2009

Dont Ignore this Message...for your safety..!

A REAL policeman ID card is light yellow in color with Logo & the word "polis diraja malaysia " in front.

At the back, there will be a passport size photo, name & matriks number

Dear All ,
Another precaution and safety issues to take note.
Pls sent it to your friends and relatives and your loved ones for their safety….!!!!

 Below is the real policeman ID:



Ladies, be alert. It is happening in Penang !!!

I used to receive forwarded emails regarding incidents of being 'disturbed' by a fake policeman but I don't really believe that until i met one last saturday .
It was 8.30am when I was driving at Jln Ayer Itam. I noticed a motorbike following me closely. Of course I didnt suspect anything bcos that is the main road to town. However, at the Mobil petrol station, b4 SRJK Shang Wu, I turned left to Tmn Lumba Kuda & he followed.

This time he was riding the motorbike on my right & took out his handcuff and kept saying "Saya polis". I ignored him. Then at the tmn lumba kuda housing area he overtook my car & stopped his motorbike infront on me.
I stopped & waited till he got down from his bike then I drove off again. Unfortunately, we met again at the tuffclub traffic light. This time, he kept knocking at my window and asking me to co me out from my car. He also showed me a so called police ID card without photo or logo.

I'm very sure that he is not a genuine policeman. Even if he is a real one, and if I did break any traffic rules , he can just send me a summon without needing me to get down from my car. So, I decided go drive to police station. He followed me till a few hundreds metre b4 I turned to the police station.
He is a medium size Malay guy, abt 165-170cm height. Riding Modenas Kriss 100 , PGN 74.
p/s: A REAL policeman ID card is light yellow in color with Logo & the word "polis diraja malaysia " in front. At the back, there will be a passport size photo, name & matriks number.

 

 

 

"kanesh kanesh" <kaneshk05@yahoo.com>

Amazing Waves

This is amazing.  

Sun . glints off wave
Clark Little/SWNS


Sand . in surf
Clark Little/SWNS
 


Tubular . shining
Clark Little/SWNS
 


Beach . surf crashes down
Clark Little/SWNS
 


Molten . liquid gold
Clark Little/SWNS


White . tumultuous water
 


Splash . stunning shot
Clark Little/SWNS
 


Red . mysterious shot
Clark Little/SWNS
 


Break . wave crashes down
Clark Little/SWNS
 


The Sea-Through Sea Shell



 

 

These beautiful images of waves were taken by Clark Little whom many consider the premier photographer of surf.  He has dedicated his life to photographing waves and has published a selection of the best images of his career.  Below he captures magical moments "inside the tube", as surfers say.

 

"kanesh kanesh" <kaneshk05@yahoo.com>


 

Child Labor in Bangladesh


Child labor....renungkanl ah nasib mereka ini , jika anda rasa anda teruk bekerja,.... ...cuba bandingkan kerja anda dengan budak2 nie


Jainal works in silver cooking pot factory. He is 11 years old. He has beenworking in this factory for three years. His work starts at 9 a.m. and ends at 6 p.m. For his work he gets 700 taka (10 USD) for a month. His parents are so poor that they can not afford to send him to school. According to the factory owner, the parents do not care for their children; they send their kids to work for money and allegedly don'tfeel sorry for these small kids. Dhaka 2008



A young laborer making metal components at a factory. Dhaka.Bangladesh


13-year-old Liyakot Ali works in a silver cooking pot factory in Old Dhaka. The children work 10 hour days in hazardous conditions, for a weekly wageof 200 taka (3 USD). Dhaka. Bangladesh. June 2008


A child on the side of the road attempts to sell roses to passing commuters in cars and buses. Dhaka.
 


7-year-oldJasmine collects rubbish from a steaming rubbish heap on a cold wintermorning. She earns money to support her family by scavenging for itemson the Kajla rubbish dump. It is one of three landfill sites in a cityof 12 million people. Around 5,000 tons of garbage are dumped here eachday and more than 1,000 people work among the rubbish, sorting throughthe waste and collecting items to sell to retailers for recycling.


Children at a brick factory in Fatullah. For each 1,000 bricks they carry, they earn the equivalent of 0.9 USD.


A young girl working in a brick crushing factory in Dhaka.
 


Children at a brick factory in Fatullah. For each 1,000 bricks they carry, they earn the equivalent of 0.9 USD.


Handsof 8-year-old Munna while working in a rickshaw parts making factory.He works 10 hours a day and gets 8 USD for a month. Dhaka 2007.

 


 


Ten-year-old Shaifur working in a door lock factory in Old Dhaka. Unlike his colleague, Shaifur works without a mask.
 


Eight-year-old Munna works in a rickshaw factory. He earns about 500 taka (7 USD) a month, working 10 hours a day. When the production often stops due tolack of electricity, he has time to play. Dhaka 2007
 


Children are compelled to work for long working hours with inadequate or no rest period. Moreover, they are paid with minimum wages and enjoy no jobsecurity. Many people prefer to employ young boys to maximize services for those minimum wages. Dhaka 2006.


Thirteen-year- old Islam works in a silver cooking pot factory. He has been working at thefactory for the last two years, in hazardous conditions, where it is common practice for the factory owners to take on children as unpaid apprentices, only providing them with two meals a day.
 


17.5 percent of children in the aged 5?5 are engaged in economic activities. Many of these children are engaged in various hazardous occupations in manufacturing factories. Dhaka 2006.


Eight-year-old Razu works in a rickshaw factory. He earns about 500 taka (7 USD) amonth, working 10 hours a day. When the production often stops due to lack of electricity, he has time to play.
 

jika anda merasakan bahaya nasib dan hidup anda teruk, cuba bandingkan dgn budak2 ini..... 
   
Never give anyone the authority to hurt you or make u sad… Happiness is not what you do or how you do it… IT’S THE WAY YOU THINK… So, Think Happy & Stay Happy… “Keep Smiling…”
I am What I AM..

"Azman Salleh" <manis_wjy@yahoo.com>