Sunday, 21 February 2016

The gloomy future of Ketuanan Melayu?

By : Mas Ayu

Illustration....Illustration of citizen treats Bangla...

Since the Prime Minister YAB Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Hj Razak announced the arrival of 1.5 million Bangladeshi, numerous rumour has come into the people forum, even so many of them made much of graphical forms in social media.

Most of Malay people are getting afraid of their arrival just because of some bad behaviour reported lately and co-incidentally. They claimed that Bangladeshi called as Bangla is the worst kind of people in the earth i.e. rapist, murderer, braver one, flirting another wife, playboy etc. Recently, few cases are reported that Bangla raped and molested a citizen here, truly sad was the child under age being victim.

DAP Hailed English Day

By: Junz Wong

DAP hailed the move by the Sabah Education Department to dedicate every Tuesday as the English Day.

DAP Sabah Secretary Junz Wong applauded Education Director Datuk Jame Alip for making the programme inclusive and comprehensive involving all levels of the stakeholders.

Monday, 8 February 2016


Hak saya....hak saya sebagai kanak-kanak di bawah Hak Asasi Manusia Sedunia DINAFIKAN

Surat Terbuka Kepada Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia

Salam Sehati Tak Sejiwa,

Dukacita saya ingin mengatakan malaysia ini negara tembirang kerana pemimpinnya apabila bercakap mengalahkan malaikat tapi untuk memastikan semua rakyat dalam negara ini bersekolah pun masih lagi tidak dapat mereka tunaikan.

Thursday, 4 February 2016

Public School Teachers Are Less Attractive?

by: Mas Ayu

An illustrated photo....a comfort zone between Teacher and Students in the class.

After having had some valuable spending-time with the family, the school time is back again. All the preparations for schooling are already made i.e. buying uniform school, pencils, pens, book etc. Further steps cross in parents’ mind are the awareness to the general final exam i.e. UPSR, PT3, SPM and STPM for their children.

The parents are too worrying upon the performance of their children in the public school (government school). Even the students spent almost half day at school, but such performance still at lower than moderate level. Most of them obtained a lower mark in their final exam, especially for Math and English subjects that being the most vital subjects for the future preparation. The admission into any Universities is stipulated that both subjects are taken into account as the main elective to apply for any undergraduate courses. Moreover, the market job too focused on graduated students who may fluently speak well in English language.