Thursday, July 29, 2010


It's about month i left this blog without any posts. I would like to dedicate this beautiful and energetic song to someone very important in my life, the most. Without it(saje nak sorok jantina), i couldn't think well. This song always make me feel that life is too short and i should earn something beneficial in my future.

Inilah janji kita..
Bersama zahirkan mimpi jadi nyata

Hari anugerah indah
Ceria tersulam mesra
Istimewa bermakna...
Irama kejayaan
Kini kita nyanyikan
bersama kesyukuran

Bila kejayaan sudah digenggaman...
Tunaikan azammu zahirkan impian...
Warnailah ikrarmu yang kau lafazkan
Kotakan cita perjuangan

Detik silam menduga
Mencorak suka duka...
Menguji semangat jiwa
Cita-cita terbina
Mengukuhkan setia
Tabah menjejak bahgia...

Inilah masanya...buktikan segala....
Inilah janji kita..
Bersama zahirkan mimpi jadi nyata

by Mirwana always the best!

Friday, July 9, 2010

Lelaki Tak Berguna

Kalau dah lelaki, buatlah cara lelaki. Allah menciptakan hambaNya pasti ada keistimewaan tersendiri. Yang pergi tukar-tukar jantina,apa kes. Memang tak reti bersyukur. Semoga kita terhindar daripada menjadi golongan tidak beriman..

This Ladyboy(shemale) university is probably the first of his kind in the world. The university is located in Bangkok, Thailand. This is the only place where all the ladyboys can have proper education with out any prejudice or nuisance. When I first saw this gallery I was really surprised. I can bet that many of you wouldn’t even notice that all this people are ladyboys.Enjoy if you can

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Manusia Jenis Apakah Berumahtanggakan Mansion Ini?

Ya Allah ya Tuhanku, berikanlah aku kesederhanaan di dunia bagi mendapat kekayaan di syurga.. Ameen~

Who lives in this house?
Queen of England?
A Saudi Prince?
A Billionaire?
The answer is at the end of the post.

This Mansion is in Harare and belongs to the President of Zimbabwe - Robert Mugabe.
Facts about Zimbabwe:

Life expectancy declined from 60 to 37 years for males, 34 years for females, the lowest in the world.

1.8 Million Zimbabweans live with HIV and receive no treatment as the health system has collapsed.

Inflation is the highest in the world and now stands at 231,000,000% . Prices double every 1.3 days.

80% of the population is unemployed.

Corruption is so blatant that money contributed for humanitarian projects is regularly confiscated by the Government for its private usage.

Due to the complete lack of interest by the government and the hunger of its people 60% of Zimbabwe’s wildlife has died since 2000.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Hero Winter Sonata Mati Tergantung

Credit to:

SEOUL (Reuters Life!) - South Korean entertainer Park Yong Ha, one of the most sought after actors in South Korea and a popular singer in Japan, was found dead in his home in Seoul on Wednesday in an apparent suicide, local media reported.

Park's body was found by his mother with an electrical cord around his neck but there was no suicide note, The Korea Herald quoted police as reporting.
Park, 32, had recently devoted himself to nursing his ailing father who was in the final stages of stomach cancer. He was reported to have been struggling with sleep problems as well.

Park made his acting debut in 1992 but rose to fame in 2002 in the television drama "Winter Sonata", winning a following in Japan and other nations in southeast Asia.

He also forged a career for himself as a singer in Japan where he put out 10 hit albums in the past five years and won four consecutive Japan Gold Disc Awards -- a first for a Korean pop singer.
He was due to start filming in July for a Korean television drama called "Comrades, Almost a Love Story", which is a remake of a popular 1996 Hong Kong film.

Park's death comes after a string of suicides by South Korean celebrities in recent years.

Figures from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in 2009 show that South Korea's suicide rate experienced a sharp increase from the late 1990s and South Korea now has the highest rate among OECD countries of around 22 deaths per 100,000 people.
(Writing by Belinda Goldsmith, Editing by Miral Fahmy)

Family, friends, and fans continue to mourn for Park Yong Ha’s passing yesterday in what has officially been announced as a suicide. The Hallyu star (32) was found hanging in his bedroom with a camcorder charger. Police believe Park Yong Ha died between 4 and 5:30AM the 30th of June due to suffocation and are currently going through further examinations to settle out any uncertainties.

Investigators are still uncertain of the reasons behind Park’s suicide. However, there are some speculations, including the actor’s stress from work and the recent illness of his father. Park Yong Ha, who is the CEO of his own company YONA Entertainment, might have had difficulty taking care of his business in addition to his own acting and singing career. In addition, the actor's father had been diagnosed with stomach cancer, which depreciated his own well-being.

However, the actor’s recent Twit: “People often talk about me when even I do not know myself well enough” further complicates the matter as we wonder if the actor suffered stress from the media as well. Suicide due to health or love issues seems unlikely.

Many of the actor’s colleagues in the film and music industry attended the funeral hall at Kang Nam Virgin Mary Hospital, where the late actor was temporarily placed. Stars that came to pay their condolences include Bae Yong Jun, Choi Ji Woo, So Ji Sup, Kim Hyun Joo, SS501’s Kim Hyun Jun, U-Kiss’ Kim Ki Bum, CN Blue, Park Hyo Shin, and so forth. Song Yun Ah, Park Shi Yeon, and many others who were particularly close with the actor were seen weeping. Others such as Uhm Ji Won and Joo Young Hun left Twitter messages, expressing their heartbreak from this tragic and unfortunate event.

Park Yong Ha, who was born in 1977 was the second of three children in his family and graduated from Joong Ang University with a Theater and Film Major degree. Soon after, he began his acting career with “Theme Game” (1994) and “Start” (1996). It was not until 2002 when Park Yong Hee became a Hallyu star through the hit series, “Winter Sonata” and he continued gaining popularity through dramas “Loving You” and “On Air.” The actor was also known for his movie roles in “When It Snows on Christmas” and “Even If You Hate Me, Just One More Time" and his musical career in Japan.

Park Yong Ha was set to start filming for the upcoming drama series, tentatively titled “Love Song” alongside actress Yoon Eun Hye. The drama is a remake of Hong Kong film, “Tian Mi Mi.”

The funeral service will be held on July 2nd at 8AM as a Buddhist ceremony, and the late actor will be buried at Gyeon Gi Do Province.

Swimming Pool Sakit Jantung

This top-floor infinity pool is not for the faint-hearted or those with agoraphobia.

Wahai Lelaki, Apa Ertinya Solat Jumaat Korang??


Wah, terasa begitu pantas sekali masa berlalu dan hari ini dipertemukan lagi dengan hari Jumaat yang mulia. Hari yang menghimpunkan kaum lelaki bagi diperdengarkan dengan khutbah yang mendidik jiwa.

Saya sangat pelik, kenapa hari jumaat di waktu solat zohor masih ada lagi lelaki yang online, melayari laman web facebook, berbalas-balas mesej sedangkan masa itu bukankan diperuntukkan untuk bersama-sama masyarakat untuk mendengar akan khutbah berkenaan isu-isu semasa. Masih ada lagi lelaki yang menyorok di dalam rumah seperti kambing dalam reban waktu malam kerana takut orang lain tahu yang dia ada dalam rumah? Bod....!! Ada pula yang tiba hari Jumaat, inilah solat yang ditunaikan seminggu sekali kerana takut malu pada orang lain, kerana terpaksa. Yang paling teruk, dah sampai perkarangan masjid, masih melepak di luar sambil borak-borak merokok tapi tak solat dan bila jemaah dah selesai,dia yang cabut lari dulu..

Sekadar meluahkan apa yang hati ini rasa. Insaflah wahai lelaki, dunia semakin ke penghujungnya. Ya Allah, ampunkan dosa-dosaku dan sekalian makhluk di muka bumi ini.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Antara Matawang Tercantik Di Dunia.. Malaysia Pun Ada!

A Costa Rican banknote for five colones. It shows Rafael Yglesia Castro, president of Costa Rica from 1894 to 1902 and a Guaria Morada orchid, Costa Rica's national flower. The current series of banknotes is being replaced throughout 2010.

A Canadian banknote for five dollars, depicting children playing ice hockey. The verse is from a Roch Carrier short story, and reads: "The winters of my childhood were long, long seasons. We lived in three places - the school, the church and the skating rink - but our real life was on the skating rink."

A colourful five dollar Australian note. In 1965, Australia adopted the name "royal" for its currency, but it was later dropped in favour of the dollar.

A note for one Egyptian pound. All Egyptian banknotes are bilingual.

A 100 dirham note from the UAE, showing the World Trade Centre. A falcon watermark is placed on all UAE banknotes to help prevent fraud.

A five rupee note from Pakistan. The port depicted is Gwadar port, which opened in 2008.

A five ringgit note from Malaysia showing the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the Petronas Twin Towers, and the Multimedia Super Corridor

A 20 rand note from South Africa. Each in this series of banknotes features a different animal from the "big five".

A colourful, floral 1000 note from French Polynesia, where the currency is the CPF franc.

A 500 baht note from Thailand. This is roughly equivalent to £10 of British money.

A Surinamese ten dollar note. The dollar replaced the Surinamese guilder in January 2004.

A one lempira note from Honduras. The lempira was introduced in 1931, and is named after a 16th century ruler

A New Zealand note for five dollars, depicting New Zealand's native hoiho, or yellow-eyed penguin.

A Bahamian one dollar note, showing the Royal Bahamas police force band.

A one dinar note from Libya. The dinar replaced the pound in 1971.

Indian 1000 Rupee note bearing the image of the nation's father, Mohandas K. Gandhi in front and a combine harvester, an offshore oil derrick, a satellite, and a steel furnace, with a young girl working at a computer at the back.

An Indonesian note for 1000 rupiah. The word rupiah derives from the Indian rupee. This note shows traditional houses in the city of Palembang.