Saturday, April 08, 2017

Adiwiraku

... that's Bahasa Malaysia for "My Superhero". I'm not talking about the Marvel's superheroes. But about a local film:


There are a lot of reviews written about this film which I refused to read. I didn't want to have any biases when I watch the film. Alas, I only managed to watch it after about a month of it released, regretfully not in the cinema.

This is the kind of film that should be produced more by our local entertainment industry. While the film lack big name & famous actors/actresses, the contents and cinematography made up for those. The very least, it has inspired me to know and perhaps some day visit this place called Pinang Tunggal.

If you love this film, you should watch "Denias Senandung di atas Awan".

Friday, January 27, 2017

Cobweb

That is what seems to be gathering not only in this blog but also probably my head. Not that there are nothing interesting to write about, just that I can't seem to find interesting words to put them into perspective.

Perhaps I've been "staying put" longer than what I should have. Hence the cobweb. Sheryl Crow's "A Change Would Do You Good" is beginning to play in my head these days. Last year I've changed my main mode of transport - now I mostly ride motorbike. It made the commute to work to become a journey to enjoy. Now, a year later, I'm itching again for some changes. 

While I'm working on changes, I have to remind myself that God has a way of giving what you need when you need it. Not what you want when you want it. What you want may not be the best for you. 

In the mean time, the Chinese Lunar Calender is changing to a new year. So to my Chinese Reader: Happy New Year!

Monday, September 12, 2016

Loss vs Lost

When a company make a loss, it meant that the company is not making money. Mistakes that lead to the loss should be identified and learned from.

When a company lost money, it meant the money is unaccounted for. In other words, some one stole/swindled money from the company. Thieves should be caught and put into jails.

So which was it? Did a company make a loss, or did a company lost money, or was it both?