This is what I love about being a Malaysian. Aside from boleh makan ais krim pop/malaysia, I love the 1 Malaysia value in us. Disregard the difference of surname (surname?) and skin colour, we are one family. :D
I have a strong sense of nationalism in me. Its invite a feeling whenever I saw Chinese boys and Malay boys walk together to school. I hate when someone being so racist. I'm not. Why should I? Cuba bayangkan kalau negara kita takda Cina, siapa nak buat rambut kita? Kalau takda India, siapa nak trim kening kita? Kalau takda Melayu, orang putih nak makan Nasi Lemak mana? Kalau takda Mamak, kedai siapa kita nak lepak pukul 2 pagi? Kalau takda Orang Asli, siapa jual bakul tepi jalan KL-Pahang tu?
Other countries, please be jealous!
Btw, ni bukan point saya. Saja je bebel atas tadi. Heeeeee..
I had a lot fun and experiences wearing Saree and beraya (or what you call it?) this Deepavali! :D Let me shared with you what I learnt!
Okay, this is how they wear Saree.
|LOL I joked. I failed. Priya and her mum's helped me. Sepuluh kali berhenti tengah jalan,|
At Priya's! <3
|Hafiz, Priya, and kaki gossip. She's one of my closest friend during Form5|
and still. The one that teach me about 'future-plan and strategy' :p
That's all! HAPPY DEEPAVALI! :D
|beras pulut (not sure beras pulut ke beras apa, tapi beras la)|
studied at Chinese school for 6 years