What the BN assemblyman can do in Taiwan.

My friend confirmed that the ground tour for the 50 odd assembleyman costs RM60,000 each, "the best of everything". That is not inclusive of business class airline ticket. So, what do these MPs want to do when they are tired of looking at cows and soy beans? Some brought their golf sets, but i reckon they are looking for something more. Here are the top 5 list:-

Top Pick. Hot Springs - naked.

My first experience of being free , in public. The trick is to progressively move up in tempreture and then jump into the super cold, shrinking-balled water.

Top 2. Oogle at Taiwanese ladies. Forget about the famous bettlenut girls, well dressed girls are very evident in Taiwan. Among the best dressed in Asia, these bevy of beauties are even romantic ...

and flexible. How does she does that and still able to hold hand?
Top 3: Visit the aborigines. Here, the aborigines work for their living, like the rest of the population. And they are very good in what they do. The MPs can learn a bit or two, even from the tribe known as Malas.
Editors Pick 4: Soap opera. Yes, Taiwanese soap operas and densely long and tear drenching. A death can take one episode and marriage is never easy with the evil-in-laws.

Can even putus cinta on sidewalk.

And undress in public to do the shooting.

Top 5: Shapoo ...

And if after shampooing hair is not good enough ( or not enough hair), try this toilet restaurant that dishes out food that is actualy edible.

The rights of the aborigines.

The archaic ISA stole the show, but another important event happened on the 13th September 2008. We were invited to walk with the Orang Asli from Peninsular, Sabah and Sarawak in solidarity for it is the first time that both divide grouped together to present a common front for their rights.

The morning started with a slew of policeman at Central Market.

We were helpless as we were not sure if the 'walkers' are goners? We played hide and seek with clothed and normally clothed policeman/ woman. After feeling harassed, we found out where the walkers are goarded. They were given and taken away the approval to make the walk. Imagine the frustration as different police officers gave affirmation and then took it back. On the night before, they were informed that the approval was declined. Upon appeal, they were given the green light to go ahead until another officer denied their rights when they started walking.
At the block behind central market, the police were heard shouting along with the group. They finally back out since it was a private area.

The gathering was electrifying and their needs are real. Being bumiputras in their own rights and land, it is a disgrace that the government denied them to right to see the King on the premise that the 'political situation is not right". Who asked the police to capture people using ISA on the first place?

Photo from her (blog)
One week ago, I got a reply back from her as I gave her a a link of unsrupulous article that is coming out from UMNO ground roots. From an awefully busy lady and MP, that was what I termed as "personal attention". Then, her name was involved in the "azan" scheme, clearly syndicated as she was a Chinese and *gasp* a Catholic/ Christian. Below is a good research on what actually transpired. For me after reading this, It is more evident that she does not deserved to be ISAed. We prayed for her in our church yesterday , and for all who are unlawfully detained under ISA. Tan Hoon Cheng has been released quickly and she shares her experience. When I look at both their old parents crying, I feel very sad of this inhumane law that is open for misused.

Why YB Teresa Kok was been arrested ? After all the research has been done, here are the summary that was gathered. It all started because one of the members in one small forum asking whether what he heard from one of BN state assembly person speech during a function was held.

How it started ? During that time only residents in Bandar Kinrara, YB Datuk Satim Diman know about this matter. The petition letter. It started back in February 2008, Petition signed by 189 residents.1 ) The petition, signed by 189 residents, was handed over to Serdang state assembly person Datuk Mohamad Satim Diman from Umno in February (before election) and another copy given to the mosque authorities. Masjid Bandar Kinrara.
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