A HISTORY TO REMEMBER

By: syahreil hafiz

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Tuesday, 27-Mar-2007 16:08 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Looking Outside - Coming Soon Medic Couple

medic couple
setelah selesai cardiff couple kita tunggu Medic couple plak yg penting TUNGGGUUUUUUU.....




Syahreil Hafiz Samsudin
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YM : lemang2002
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Monday, 26-Feb-2007 05:50 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Looking Outside - Cardiff Couple Dr. Rizmy & Dr. Effarezan.

Cardiff Couple Dr. Rizmy & Dr. Effarezan
Cardiff Couple Dr. Rizmy & Dr. Effarezan
Cardiff Couple Dr. Rizmy & Dr. Effarezan
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satu perkahwinan yang gilang-gemilang dilangsungkan di dewan perdana felda diantara dr.Rizmy dan dr.Effarezan.Di mulai dengan paluan kompang , persembahan daripada okestra PDRM dan persatuan kebudayaan membuatkan perkahwinan ini lebih meriah.TAHNIAH kepada kedua mempelai semoga kekal ke akhir hayat.








"History to remember "
Syahreil Hafiz Samsudin
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YM : lemang2002
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Monday, 12-Feb-2007 03:53 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Looking Outside - Cardiff Couple

Coming Soon




COMING SOON ...

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very busy lately..dengan pelbagai tugas yang belum settle dan perlu diselesaikan..nantikan mengenai Cardiff Couple yg begitu anggun,cantik dan bergaya ..Live from Dewan Perdana Felda dibawakan oleh buttet


"History to remember "
Syahreil Hafiz Samsudin
buttet gmail.com
YM : lemang2002
contact : 0124517038


Wednesday, 7-Feb-2007 16:09 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Looking Outside - Tributed to My Friend Shahril Saad

" hello my friend " itu ayat pertama engkau ...membuat kengkawan untuk menoleh dan tersenyum.sambil engkau tersenyum engkau memulakan cerita sehingga ketawa berderai dari mulut kawan-kawanmu. "eh aril tolong aku jap" kawan meminta pertolongan.."Bolehh" itu aja jawapan dari mulut mue, tanpa ada penolakkan terhadap permintaan kawan,sungguh mulia hati engkau.Untuk memenuhi permintaan kawan engkau sanggup membawa kereta buruk kau ke Johor..walaupun kau selalu ditinggalkan kau tetap sabar..tetapi kami tak sabar bila kau meniggalkan kami kali nie .engkau nampak tak kami semua berkumpul untukmenyambut kau pulang..engkau nampak tak kami semua menangis melihat kau terbaring..engkau nampak tak kami melambai van kau meninggalkan rumah..kau pasti melihatnyakan..aku yakin kau pasti melihatnya my friend..untuk sahabat aku shahril saad..Al-Fatihah aku sedekah buat mue..semoga kau damai disana ..esok aku akan pergi majlis tahlil mue...Al-Fatihah

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Tuesday, 23-Jan-2007 07:29 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Looking Outside - Baba and Nyonya wedding

Baba and Nyonya wedding
Baba and Nyonya wedding
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The Peranakan culture is essentially a cultural blend of mainly Chinese, Malay and some European descent, very often bearing the best of each. The Peranakan community evolved some two to three hundred years ago when Chinese traders established trade ties with the locals from the Malay Peninsula, including Singapore. Cross-cultural relationships and marriages were natural by-products when these traders married local Malay women. Peranakan, which means, "locally born" in the Malay language, was to be the name of subsequent generations of Chinese-Malays. To Westerners, they are commonly known as "Straits-born Chinese".

The early Peranakans were indeed a well-off group of people in social standing and wealth. They classified themselves as different from the common Chinese who were mainly laborers in Malaya. But as more Chinese merchants rooted themselves in the Malayan Peninsula, the Peranakans began to assimilate into the Chinese culture and thus diluting the rich heritage established by the early Peranakans. Among these are the language and beliefs. The Malay component was diluted to such an extent that the modern day Peranakans are chiefly Chinese in look and identity.

The original Peranakans were mainly from Malacca, many whom later migrated to Penang and Singapore. Though essentially the same, they are distinguishable by the nuances in styles and languages that they use. Peranakans in Singapore have developed a language called Baba Malay, essentially a Malay vernacular. Male Peranakans are known as Baba and the females Nonya. The latter has been affectionately used in describing Peranakan cuisines and fashion.




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YM : lemang2002
contact : 0124517038


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