Pada 4, 5, dan 6 hb februari yang lalu Tentera Darat Malaysia telah mengadakan hari terbuka di Dataran Merdeka Kuala Lumpur . Hari terbuka selama 3 hari ini telah mendapat sambutan yang menggalakkan daripada seluruh rakyat Malaysia . Pelbagai aktiviti telah berlangsung dengan jayanya diantaranya adalah pertunjukan pelbagai jenis kereta kebal oleh pasukan tentera, pertunjukan payung terjun , demonstrasi rompakan , demontrasi motosikal dan pelbagai lagi aktiviti menarik telah berlaku .
Menteri Pertahanan Malaysia "YB Dato' Seri DR Ahmad Zahid bin Hamidi"
di antara wakil tentera dari negara luar
pertunjukan kereta kebal
pengunjung yang hadir menyaksikan pertunjukan kereta kebal
When talk about KLIA people's know what the place is that . Its a Kuala Lumpur International Airport.Its a place for the airplane boarding . When i go to Sabah last time ,it was my first experience flying aboard . I saw an interesting view there . There are people's there with many variety of behaviour and the environment there was attract and caught my attention . Here are some moment that i captured .
The Batek (or Bateq) are an indigenous people (currently numbering about 1,516) who live in the rainforest of peninsular Malaysia. As a result of encroachment, they now primarily inhabit the Taman Negara National Park. They are nomadic hunters and gatherers, so the exact location of their settlements change within the general confines of the area that they inhabit.
The name Batek means original people in Malay and was probably first used to identify these people by Austronesian-speaking settlers who arrived by boat from the islands of Southeast Asia. The Batek people were first documented by Europeans in 1878, when explorer-naturalist Nicholai Miklukho-Maklai of Russia wrote about them. Until about 1970 much of inland peninsular Malaysia was difficult to reach for the purposes of logging, so the Batek were widespread throughout that region. Since it is now possible to harvest the trees in that region, the Batek are pretty much confined to Taman Negrara National Park and the surrounding region.
"love between mom and kid"
"surrounding and environment of Batek families"
"tok batin" - the leader of Batek families in Taman Negara Pahang
Gaya Street has been the venue for the weekly Sunday Market in Kota Kinabalu. The Sunday Market is open from as early as 0600 in the morning till 1300 in the afternoon. Hawkers, both locally and from outside of Kota Kinabalu, gather along the Gaya Street every Sunday to sell everything from traditional ethnic cultural souvenirs to pets and flowers, all at bargain prices. The Sunday Market is very popular among locals and tourists.
What i want to highlight here in my post is what i saw at the GAYA STREET @ KK .We always saw many beggers in many market outside there . When i walking along the street im also saw many kind of this people. Im also saw a children helping their parent to sell at their stall.I amveryproudofthese childrenbecausetheyare willingtomakesomethingthatshouldnotbe donebythoseinthat age.