Anak Melayu Boleh ?

Couple Melayu Boleh?


Is this camera trick or real photo?
I think it was camera trick photo, how about you?

CCTV: Skandal Boss & PA?

CCTV: Skandal Boss & PA?

CCTV Security Cameras

The use of CCTV security cameras are especially popular among businesses such as banks, hospitals, schools and many more.

CCTV cameras are now gaining in popularity with ordinary customers to secure homes, home businesses and other personal properties.

CCTV security systems are an excellent safety measure to your home or office.

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What is CCTV Security CamerasCCTV stands for Closed Circuit TeleVision, and is a system of security cameras all linked to one monitoring system.

They are use for visual surveillance designed to monitor all the variety of rooms, spaces and activities. CCTV is called a “closed circuit” because cameras and monitors are linked with a constant connection.

Benefits of CCTV


At home

* Deter potential thieves.
* Identify visitors.
* Increase security.
* 24-hour access to the activities on your property.

For Business

* Deter potential thieves.
* Monitor cash registers.
* Record evidence to prevent bogus accident claims.
* Identify visitors and employees.
* Monitor hazardous work areas.
* Increase security in and around business premises and parking lots.
* Meet insurance requirements.
* 24-hour access to the activities on your business.

Rempit Junior Return Rempit Junior Return Riding bikes with a friend, and wanted to impress him or her? Well, even if you haven’t, this guide will show you how impress your friend. View This Video on You Tube 1) Ride No Handed: This is a pretty easy trick to master. To ride no handed, all you need to do is practice. When you are starting out, find a stretch of flat road without any cars. Then, slowly lift your hands a few inches above the handlebars. If this is too hard, you can first lift one hand, and then the other hand. Once you do this often, you will master it easily.

1) Ride No Handed:
This is a pretty easy trick to master. To ride no handed, all you need to do is practice. When you are starting out, find a stretch of flat road without any cars. Then, slowly lift your hands a few inches above the handlebars. If this is too hard, you can first lift one hand, and then the other hand. Once you do this often, you will master it easily.

2) Do A Wheely:
This is another great trick. To do this one, think about jumping high in the air. Do this while holding on to your handlebars, and tilt back a little. Some people can do this for a second, while others can go down a whole street on their back wheel. This one takes a little time to master, but can be quite fun.

Bohsia, A Live Close Up

Bohsia, A Live Close Up

Here some Bohsia with Mat Rempit together in‘dare-devil’ stunt action.

Awek Rempit always has been portrait as Bohsia, in Rempit world, Bohsia like geisha to Rempit community.

Do not try this at home, this stunt probably done by professionalm

Melayu Boleh Clips (by Ex-UniKL Student)

Melayu Boleh Clips (by Ex-UniKL Student)

“Fight for your Locker”

Another reason why UniKL Student should be proud!

Here some screenshot

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Various screenshot shows some special effect using 3D Studio Max & Ulead Movies software.

Awsome ‘Melayu Boleh’ vids!

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Prepare for Camping Trip in Terengganu

Prepare for Camping Trip in Terengganu

Prepare for Camping Trip in Terengganu

Camping is a fun and exciting experience, but to stay organized and safe, you must prepare for the trip.

Steps

1. Decide who are you camping with. If it’s just you or your family, the next step is not quite as important. However, If you are taking a scout troop or a group of friends, read the next step carefully.

2. Make sure you get insurance information and health information before you do anything else. If someone is injured on the trip, the insurance information may make a huge difference in the care they receive. Health info is very important in planning the trip, because, for example, you can’t pack Peanut Butter if your friend is allergic to peanuts. If someone who is coming needs routine medication, make sure they have it. If they wear glasses or contacts, make sure they have a case, saline (contacts only), and/or a spare pair of glasses.

3. Set up a first aid kit. If you’re not sure what to put in it, read “Things You’ll Need”. You should also teach yourself a bit about First Aid.

4. Decide how long you will stay and figure out where you’ll be sleeping. If you do not know this, you may go to the trouble to purchase and/or pack a tent when you can sleep in a cabin.

5. Pack an appropriate amount of food: enough for three meals and an optional snack per day. Try not to pack too many perishable food items, like cheese, chicken, and milk. Basically, try to avoid dairy products and meat, because they can make you sick if you eat them when they go bad. Trail mix is great for snacks, fruit for breakfast, crackers for lunch, and leftovers for dinner. Also, remember to pack lots of water.

6. Get together all of the other things on the “Things You’ll Need” list, and try to pack them in a small, lightweight bag. You can put smaller items in a backpack or rolling suitcase, and the larger items like your sleeping bag can be carried in a garbage bag. They are great for carrying and can be folded and stubbed into a small space until needed.

7. Load everything into your car and hit the road!

RESUME WRITING TIPS (REMEMBER -> Melayu Boleh)

Melayu Boleh

Dalam dunia kerjaya yang penuh cabaran, boleh kah golongan melayu mendapat kerjaya yang setaraf dengan kelulusan di agensi swasta?
Melayu Boleh! Melayu boleh mendapat kerja di agensi swasta (dengan jawatan yang setaraf dengan kelulusan anda)

Here i touch about resume:

RESUME WRITING TIPS (REMEMBER -> Melayu Boleh)

1. Know Your Objective

* What job do you want? What are the skills and requirements necessary for this job?
* Keep them in your mind as you write your resume so that the interviewer reading it will see that you are the person they are looking for.

2. Compile all your information

* List down your personal particulars, education history, extra-curricular activities including positions held, employment history, seminars attended, achievements, etc.
* Ensure the dates are correct. Leave out hobbies/interests, parent�s occupation etc.
* Sort information under specific headings � Education, Work Experience, Achievements, Skills, Activities.

3. Start with your Name and Contact details

* Write your full name, postal address, house and mobile numbers, email address.
* Leave out your marital status, sex, race, parent�s name and occupation, birth details, etc.

4. Write your Employment details

* Starting with your most recent work, list down all the jobs you have had, company names, dates of employment, position titles.
* Using bullet points, write the job description, nature of work and responsibilities held for each position
* Use key words: responsible for, coordinating, prepared, managed, monitored, presented, accomplished, achieved, analyzed, delegated, etc .
* Highlight your achievements/job responsibilities.

5. List Education details

* Lead with your highest education level to the lowest, include grades like CGPA.
* State courses or papers studied, e.g. Psychology, Contract Law, Multimedia.
* List activities like societies/clubs, position held and accomplishments if they are relevant to the job you are applying to. Otherwise, leave them out.

6. Include your Skills
* List down your computer skills, language skills (and different dialects) including proficiency in reading and writing, and soft skills (public speaking, presentation, etc).

7. Reference

* Not totally essential but if you need to mention references, choose people who know you personally and can give a good impression of you to the potential employer.
* Remember to give your reference�s contact details.
* Make sure you inform your referees that they may receive calls from your interviewers so that they can prepare. Send them copies of your resume so that they know who you are and what you did.

8. Miscellaneous

* Be short and concise
o Resumes are usually read in only 30 seconds or less, so you have to be brief and go straight to the point.
o Resumes should be a maximum of two pages long. Use Size 12 fonts (Times New Roman or Garamond font) for easy read. Use three pages only if you have extensive professional experience.
o Use italic or bold fonts only to indicate important information or section breaks.
o Use a good printer, no stray marks, splotches, uneven or blurred letters.
o Use high quality A4 paper, white only. Do not use flashy colours like pink or red.

* Be honest

o Do not inflate your resume. Make sure you can back up what you claim. Do not cheat/lie.

* Check for spelling and grammar mistakes

o Make sure your resume is free from spelling or grammar mistakes.
o Ask someone reliable to check it for you.
o Do not depend on your word processor�s Spell Check function.
o Most importantly, proof read until your resume is perfect.

* Use Power Verbs

o Action words add �oomph� to your writing and enables you to describe clearly
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