DYNAMIC MANAGERS


                                                        UK POSTAL VOTES


                                                                        BLOGGERS’ NETWORK


                                                                POLITICAL CONNECTIONS


                                                                        KETUA WANITA


                                                                        MIC SUPPORT


                                                                             MCA UNITY


                                                                              RESTU ULAMA


                                                                            KAKAK & ABANG 



                                                                            UNDI WANITA


                                              PUTERI AYU 


                                                                            YOUNG VOTERS


                                                                             ANAK  CUCU


                                                                         FAMILY TOGETHERNESS



                                                                           GRASSROOTS SOLIDARITY


                                                    PERALIHAN KUASA


                                                         WARISAN KITA


                                                                                 MELAYU LAMA 


                                                                                   I (ONE) MALAYSIA


12 Responses to “”

  1. September 28, 2009 at 11:43 pm

    not sure if i should say “oh dear” or “wow”… but the fact remains that this by election is an acid test for the future of BN!

  2. 2 ninitalk
    September 29, 2009 at 1:00 am

    The English call it “tongue in cheek”!

  3. September 29, 2009 at 6:27 am

    Amazing, simply amazing to see a kaleidoscope of happy smiling people from different age groups and all walks of life who are part of your rich life here. And what a breathtaking warisan house on stilts too.

  4. 4 ninitalk
    September 29, 2009 at 7:56 am

    All from my collection of family and friends GUiKP! The adorable house was spotted in Jasin, Melaka when my sisters and I attended our cousin’s wedding in remote Nyalas, my late mother’s kampung. My Chinese and Indian friends are from KGV and Convent days! Nostalgic!

  5. 5 PM
    September 29, 2009 at 12:09 pm

    You have done a great job in selecting and posting these pictures. You have such good-looking friends, especially those from KGV!

  6. 6 ninitalk
    September 29, 2009 at 6:51 pm

    Yes PM – those were the good old days and good old ways!

  7. September 29, 2009 at 9:49 pm

    Nice pictures,I like the dynamic managers picture,one of them looks like my father.

  8. 8 ninitalk
    September 29, 2009 at 10:10 pm

    Then you will agree he is indeed dynamic Republican!

  9. 9 ol' zai
    September 30, 2009 at 2:53 am

    Congratulations, Ninitalk, for having mounted together so tastefully this beautiful collation of photographs! Most arresting, I must say, and certainly they capture a richer, livelier and more colourful picture of our socio-cultural milieu than words can ever convey! What’s interesting is that the chosen photos all portray happy faces that inspire hope and optimism, whatever the age group depicted! Communication/campaign strategists might want to adopt this approach for a more effective way of reaching out to touch the lives of others in a more positive way..
    BTW, I too like the picture of the ‘Dynamic Managers’! It must be infectious – notwithstanding the years, they all look like they’re sufficiently eager and raring to go..!! But alas..,the ‘bubble’ has to suddenly burst! 😦
    (Just wondering.. which one among them resembles “Republican”‘s father??)

  10. 10 ninitalk
    September 30, 2009 at 3:43 am

    Mami Che Jah’s five sons and one daughter will make a formidable front for any campaign because, like their lovely mother, they are such nice people! Would Republican’s Dad be the one in the middle?

    Indeed they are the lovely faces of Malaysians in friendly and family settings! Let’s keep it that way among ourselves and our grandchildren!

    The hope for the country lies not in its grandoise developments and sky-rocketing achievements but in the solid values and loyalties family members nurture in each other. For this I salute the mami and mamak of Pulau Pinang! They are better consolidated than the other feuding Malay groups!

  11. 11 ol' zai
    October 1, 2009 at 12:24 am

    The Mamak and Mami of Pulau Pinang should be very pleased/flattered indeed with such an expression of support from Ninitalk in praise of their family values and communal solidarity!
    True, they are generally ‘besar hati'(oftentimes falling over each other!), and admittedly display a strong sense of loyalty not only towards members of their own family, but also towards friends and associates! But these are the very qualities we need to cherish/uphold in order to nurture and instil in our children and grandchildren a strong sense of civic responsibility and moral integrity – vital ingredients in moulding the future of our civil society..!

  12. 12 ninitalk
    October 1, 2009 at 7:41 am

    We’d better urge the readers to get a copy of IMAGES OF THE JAWI PERANAKAN OF PENANG (published by Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris in 2004) if they want a detailed account of the mamak/mami Pulau Pinang and their value system. There’s also an interesting analysis of their mind and personality in the book co-written by Halimah Mohd Said and Zainab Abdul Majid

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