[I was actually planning to spare this entry for next year’s Teacher’s Day but since that seems to be so far and away from now, I decided to put it on earlier. After all, sacrifices made by teachers should be appreciated all the time and not only on a single day (although they get paid quite handsomely:-P)]
So, this short documentary by the Education Ministry of Malaysia has captured the hearts of so many people including myself who see the honorability in the sacrifices made by some of our teachers as something to be deeply appreciated. This documentary, according to some of my teacher friends, has been played in front of newly-graduated teachers at teaching colleges and universities all over Malaysia before they get posted to their respective schools. Needless to say, what was intended to give them some kind of self-motivation actually scare most of them to death. Hehe. Ohh, and YOU GOTTA WATCH IT..
We set off the adventure by undergoing a free massage for about an hour – except that this kind of massage would be very likely to break your bones if you haven’t drank enough of the calcium-enriching Anlene.
Again, don’t get fooled, it wasn’t built for the rakyat but more for the logging needs. Whatever mean of infrastructure here wasn’t actually built for the rakyat but more for the money they siphoned in at the cost of our natural wildlife habitat and precious rainforest.