Bismillahirrahmanirrahim. This might be quite late but, the intention is to show you readers the tradition that we have here in SMKA Segamat. For the past two years, I was invigilating PMR but this year, I got da chance to witness the tradition of this school before entering the exam hall. Upon entering the hall, one representative will recite the Azan - prayer call.
After that, they recited the Doa. At this time, we can see how the students are very enthusiastic and eager to enter the exam hall as a 'warrior' :)
and of course, once you are in the hall...individual prayer is also important.
Penang, situated at the northern part of Malaysia even though one of the smallest state in Malaysia,can provide us with a lot of scenic views, historical buildings and of course, FOOD! I mean, a lot of them! Some of the food cannot be found anywhere else. And if we could find it, taste it and eat it, the food is not as same as one that you can find in Penang. Pasembur, Sotong Kangkung, Jeruk Buah Pala, just to name you a few are very delicious and hard to be found somewhere else. Enjoy!
Bringing students of F2, F4 and F5 to Segamat District Merdeka Day Celebration at Padang SJKC Li Chi, Segamat. Our 100+ students were required to march while holding red and yellow coloured flag. We were there starting from 7.30 am and the ceremony ended aroun 12 noon. Luckily, it was Friday. If the celebration falls on Saturday, we might be spending more time there.
The flag barriers (yellow team)
The Red team
The Kesatria UiTM Brass Band performing their show
Choir team - represented by the Segamat Nursing College trainees
Kiddies on Bikes! :)
MERDEKA! MERDEKA! MERDEKA!
Undoubtedly, we are proud of who we are.
We are proud to be Malaysian. We will always make Malaysia proud of us.
It has been a while since I last updated my blog. Busy with works, part-time jobs, etc. So today, I would like to present, Azhar&Rahela's Reception which was held on the 16th of September, 2012 at Kampung Sri Kinta, Ipoh, Perak.