Sunday, November 22, 2009

Patong Beach, Harassed & robbed by transvestites

Patong Beach is the hotspot in Phuket island. Where all the Go Go bars are, where all the commercialized boxing rings are, where all the pubs & night clubs are, where all the confused humans are, where all the rejected westerners are, where all the young Australians boys who are bud & pussy starved are. Patong Beach. Good men go to heaven, Bad men go to Patong Beach.

Very commercialized tourist destination - you could smell the irish & the aussie influence in the place with quite a numbers of irish & ausie pubs.


This is the hotel i stayed in, Leelawadee Boutique Hotel. Pretty decent hotel at one end of Patong Beach.
Beach buggies for rent.

When the sun sets in Patong beach, alot of cursed Thai humans turn into werewolves, i mean 'lady boys' and they invade the main street of Patong Beach, Bangla Road. As you've just read, even road names in Patong are racists hehe, talk about hell.
And they are utterly, absolutely, definitely, 100% DISGUSTING.
You can still see their supressed little dicks dangling from inside their panties.
And this is what my title suggested. As i was starring at how horid they were - quite amazed at the sight actually - these two devils came to me and acted really surprised that they've spotted a Chinese on the street.

In Patong beach, you just see white & brown. The whites (mostly english & aussie) are the ones spending and stuffing dollars into pussies, the browns (locals or bangladeshis) are the ones who are trading by the paveway & beach. You dont see yellow.
So they came to me really quickly and looking very susprised they went "da ge, ni hao".
I said "Hi"
And before realizing it, one of the devils snatched my right hand and put it on his sillicon boobies. Man, i thought i touched a basketball.

That wasnt the end of the story. They asked for money and almost created a scene because i refused to pay them 200 Thai Baht (each) for "touching them".
Fuckers. I thought i should've been compensated instead. BEWARE!

I enjoyed the pancakes by the beach. My favourite = Nutella + Banana


Double seater jetskis go for 1500 Baht per half hour. One seater ones go for 1000 Baht. Para-sailing is 1500 Baht for 2 circles around the bay. This is where you get your rides from


The cables are pretty fucked... from the Tsunami.

This was the mosque that did not crumble in the Tsunami... i think.


This is where all the Tiger shows are broadcasted live. The World Famous A GO GO bar.

Right next to it, is another Tiger show outlet. This is even more direct - Its called TIGER.


If you love seafood, you'll love Phuket. I really enjoyed the lobsters & oysters. Fresh & cheap.

The signature dish - Tom Yum Goong

This is how Mc Donalds pose in Phuket.


Guess what pie was this? Something i've never heard of.......

Its a Brocolli pie.... and its got bacon bits inside too.... tasty shit.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Malaysia in 20 years time

This is a reposting of an article that was published on Sin Chew Daily, based on the views of Lee Kuan Yew. This article is very timely as it elaborates on my arguments in the previous post - about how the most crucial element for new-generation Chinese to secure a place in this land, will be their very own competitiveness.

I will be agreeing with most of the arguments in this article except how the shrinking Chinese population is not caused by low fertility rates among the Chinese in Malaysia.

I'll beg to differ on this point. Based on my observations & chats i've had with many mid-aged Chinese in the country, it is very apparent that we're getting more & more time pressured. This will be a classic example: Compare the hours you are clocking in at work, VS your parents.

Time pressure causes stress. Stress causes low fetility rates. Of course im not saying this is the key driving factor. It's one of the factors, coupled with migration ... etc etc

And i CANNOT agree more that MCA - Malaysian Commedians' Association - who has a very crucial task of protecting the rights of the Chinese in Malaysia, is not only neglecting their obligation but further blurring the vision of the Chinese in this country.

Happy reading.

If the Doomsday prediction never comes true, New Zealand will remain as picturesque after a hundred years, with cows and goats roaming all over the country sparesely populated by humans.

A hundred years later, Singapore's foundation will remain rock solid. The tiny city-state will continue to lure new immigrants, and many new-generation Singaporeans will see their lineages traced back to those of migrants.

How about Malaysia a hundred years from now?

Lee Kuan Yew did not seem to see things that far. He only set his sight 20 years later.
He said all constituencies in Malaysia would be dominated by the Malays in 20 years' time, and the leadership in this country would value the Chinese population less and less.

The Chinese population would continue to slide, he added, not because of the pathetically low fertility rates among the Chinese in this country, but because those who could afford would have sent their children overseas, who would decide not to come back.

"And those migrating to Malaysia will be from Islamic states, making the country's Islamisation inclination more and more pronounced."

Statistics don't lie, and the current political and social ecosystems are not here without a reason.
MM Lee's predictions are by no means novel. But his well-thought remarks have touched the hearts of many a Malaysian.

If this is what the country should look like 20 years from now, we can imagine Chinese Malaysians to be like apes in a forest sanctuary a hundred years down the road, where we need to sharpen our eyesight to carefully scan through the entire swathe of forest before we can catch a glimpse of one or two of them.

That comparison is, most certainly, exaggerated, but I really hope we will not be reduced to a rare species by then.

The ratio of Chinese population in this country has been on steady decline over the decades; so has their political status here. Very soon, they will be completely engulfed by the powerful waves of aggressive Islamisation.

This is the pessimistic side of the outlook of their destiny.

But Chinese Malaysians cannot afford to go on this way, and wait helplessly for such a destiny to befall them.

They have to take the initiative to accentuate their own strengths and be in firm control of their own fates before they can divert such a predestination.

The next ten years will be key to the future destiny of Chinese Malaysians. If the country's policies get more and more ethnically-oriented and religiously inclined, the future of Chinese community is well within our imagination, and Chinese Malaysians will exit the country in droves.

On the other hand, if community-centric ideologies get diluted, conflicts between mainstream and minority races get thinned down, the common Malaysian identity gets consolidated, and the spirit of secularity stays very much relevant, then Chinese Malaysians will have a much more promising future here.

So will Malaysia.

Whatever happens to this country or our society, the most important element for new-generation Chinese to secure a place in this land, will be their very own competitiveness.

In this age of globalisation, when national boundaries are increasingly obscured, people will find a greener pasture beyond our shores if our internal conditions remain this bleak.

We cannot afford to talk about what will happen to us a hundred years from now. We need to buck up and fight for our near-term opportunities.

Meaningless and unnecessary squabbles, like the one currently taking place within MCA, will only serve to bog down the pace of the Chinese community further, blurring their vision of the clear and present danger.

What the Chinese community urgently needs right now is high-calibre and farsighted leadership, not one engrossed with endless infighting.

(By TAY TIAN YAN/Translated by DOMINIC LOH/Sin Chew Daily)

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Robbed by Malays, because he's not Malay

It's been a while since i caught up with EJ, a friend i currently share the house rent with. On this note, im most pleased that ill be movin out to my very own place very soon - no more strangers at home, no more wanting to use the kitchen but someones using it. Not that i hated it but it just didnt feel like 'home' :)

Anyway, we caught up this morning and he told me that he got robbed on Wednesday night, at a cyber cafe situated within the Pelangi Condominium in Bandar Utama.

I wasn't surprised initially, with a robbery incident, as many of my close friends & colleagues have been somewhat involved in robberies (as victims of course) in the past months - laptop snatch, mobile phone snatch, break-into-car-handbag snatch, mum's car got broken into.. bla bla

But this was more than a 1 on 1 robbery.

This was "They took on the whole cyber cafe with Parangs"


I prompted EJ for more info.

So how was the robbery carried out?

EJ: Oh, we heard the scream of a young lady who went, "what are you guys doing", and she was very quickly pushed to her table and held to the tip of a parang. A hooded Malay guy sternly said to the lady "dont move and keep your mouth shut" (in Malay)

How many of em?

EJ: Errr.. about 4 i think

We're they masked? Did they cover their faces?

EJ: No.. they just had hoods. The cyber-cafe had CCTV cameras so the footages are being passed to the authorities.

It suddenly reminded me of how Altantuya's daddy passed a pile of documents to the police. Of course, i didn't say it... so i went on to prompt.

So did they rob everyone?

EJ: NO.. They came in and said that they were not gonna harm the Malays and asked them to move aside. They then asked all the others to take out their mobile phones & wallets.

WHAT?!?!?! ... they just robbed the non-Malays???

EJ: Err yes... why are you so surprised?

I am surprised. Fucking surprised.

Why rob just the non-Malays?

Well it didnt take more than a minute to tie things together and get to the root of that particular problem.

1. You do not rob unless you need to. Unless the "need" arisses you won't rob because every human body is attached with a human conscience. Something spiritual that will poke you and say "hey, you're doing the wrong thing" before you even conduct it. But unless, you are deprived of a fundamental need - shelter or food - it might compell you to beat the conscience. The point is, the conscience is something that's damn hard to beat, not unless you're compelled to.

So the hypothesis, or my theory is, these Malays are deprived... somehow. Could even be drugs so my above point becomes invalid. but nevertheless,

2. They only robbed the non-Malays. Meaning, they have associated their deprivation to the non-Malays. They are in my opinion getting back at the non-Malays, who they THINK caused them to be deprived of whatever they were trying to get.

Now this is DANGEROUS! Because yes, the non-Malays (mainly the Chinese) have populated the CBD and to those who are unaware, you might have the impression that the Chinese are 'greedy', controlling the Malaysian economy and marginalizing the other races.

Now, if you're reading this, you must realize that you're WRONG. You have such thinking because you have been somehow influenced by some arguments you've heard of in a ceramah or the FTA channels on TV.

Pls give my argument a chance.

I am a Chinese and i live in Malaysia and i work in the CBD. I have a white-collar job and i have no life. Why?

Because my parents forced 6 days of tuition on me for 10 years. Made education my FIRST priority, so prioritized i was grounded for 3 months before any major examination. My parents made my grandparents give me lectures about how education will determine my course of life.. bla bla bla.. education education.

My parents also stopped going overseas, stopped expensive meals, kept to the same car for a while, so they could save enough money for me & my brother to further our studies in Australia. They never bought me my own car, they didnt buy me an Optimus Prime toy, they didnt buy Air Jordans for me to play basketball, they didnt buy me LV wallets - and all these i begged for. Just because the money needs to be saved for my education.

So much importance was placed on education i wasnt given much of a choice.

And im telling you that its not easy going to tuition and your friends are in the snookeriums & cyber cafes. You get your parents to send you to a prom nite and your friends take their own CLKs & 3 series to the prom.

So when i got over the education bit, i was FUCKING relieved. But i realized that its gotten worse. I dont get my parents & grandparents drilling "education" into me no more but now i need to pay phone bills, parking bills, car loan, house rent, utilities, highway tolls, car service, insurance, road tax, government tax, traffic summons, EPF, alcohol bills, ciggarettes...............

And THANK GOD, my parents drilled that "education" thing into me.. otherwise, i would have not survived... i would have became a robber myself.

I do not get to live in DBKL homes where you pay 100+ bucks a mth for a house. I do not get 5 or 10% off a property that i buy. I do not get the lowest interest rates when i buy a house, I do not get 30% and own part of a company because i was born a certain race, I do not get grants easily, I do not get permits easily, I will not get free books for my kids next time, I will not get scholarships for my kids next time, I will not be able to place my kids in local universities next time (not that i want to), I will not get welfare if i stop work... summary is I AM IN NO POSITION TO NOT DO WHAT IM DOING TODAY. I STOP, I DIE.

So you see, I as a Chinese, need to work my ass off in the CBD, otherwise i die. Because of this i will only have max 2 kids because i have no capacity to have more than 2 kids because i need to work my ass off to make my life work. Otherwise i'll die.

So yes, FUCK THE CHINESE for taking over the CBD... for controlling a major stake in the national economy... for whatever other reasons you think.. FUCK THE CHINESE.

But, you need to understand my friend. WE GOT NO CHOICE.

And to prove my point, go look at the race split 20 years ago and look at it now. You will realize that the Chinese population is shrinking because we are working our ASSES off to make our life work. AND NOT BECAUSE WE HATE KIDS... we love sex and we love kids my friends.... just like you. We're after all the same breed - human beings, my friends.

Now, who's really robbing you my friends, are people who have misused BILLIONS of government funds on PKFZ for example. Those BILLIONS of ringgits could be used to provide you free books, welfare when you're jobless, free medicine for your sick kid, free internet for your kids to gain knowledge & immensely improve public transportation... etc etc

Blame it on people who have represented you and who have built massive balinese mansions, which they could never afford.

Blame it on those who give away giant contracts without open biddings. And korek korek korek, blame it on those who manipulate the judiaciary and make money out of it.

Now all these people are not necessarily all Malay, but my point is: Blame it on these people, your leaders... and not the Chinese in general.

We, the Chinese are victims as well... just like you.

It's came to my utmost concern that some people are starting to blame it on the Chinese in general, when the Chinese like i say again...victims as well.... just like you.

DO NOT FALL INTO THIS TRAP. Again this is just my personal opinion, but theres a giant conspiracy going on to protect certain individuals of their positions. And they will go to the largest extent to protect their positions. This "racist robbery" is a clear example. DO NOT BE MANIPULATED, i trust that you're wise enough to make your own judgement.

Thank you.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Nine Emperor Gods Festival / Mah song

When i was in Phuket last week, i participated in what the local Phuketans call "The vegetarian festival" which sounded very tame & friendly

And not participation by will, more like i was trying to pay Phuket town a visit and i bumped into this festival.

Anyway, this festival was huge. So massive an entire stretch of road that cuts through the main city area was shut down for this procession, in commemoration of "The vegetarian festival"

As we blended into the crowd, it was in fact very welcoming initially as everyone was in white and there were emblems on some of these white shirts that goes "Save the planet" .. "Go green", which i thought matched the team of the festivel - The vegetarian festival.

Well not until i saw this - i was perplexed.

It was literally a transvestite, marching down the road... possesed. She, i mean he was shaking his head and didnt appear to be aware of his surroundings.


I wanted to knock off and head back to Patong beach, but the more i saw... the more it hooked me on.... talk about bizzare culture.

I then came to see this "lady in red".. possesed by mediums too. She had the voice of a very young girl and was asking around for candy.

If possession sounds quite negative to you, they actually take it as a blessing. Here's a phrase from wikipedia, explaining why they actually invite spirits to posses their bodies.
" Mah song ม้าทรง are the people who invite the spirits of gods to possess their bodies. Mah ม้า is the word for horse in Thai, and the name mah song refers to how the spirits of the gods use the bodies of these people as a vehicle, as one rides a horse. Only pure, unmarried men or women without families of their own can become mah song. At the temple they undergo a series of rituals to protect them for the duration of the festival, during which flagellation and self-mutilation is practiced
The festivities in Phuket include a procession of mah song wearing elaborate costumes who pierce their cheeks and tongues with all manner of things, including swords, banners, machine guns, table lamps, and flowers. While the face is the most common area pierced, some also pierce their arms with pins and fishhooks "
This will kinda set the scene for the pictures you are about to see.

Now take a look at the boys by the road holding on to polls which had firecrackers dangling from them. Well i won't be surprised if you're imagining what those are for but you'll get it at the very end of this blog post.

Some of the possesed Mah Song's not only marched down the street, but they were also blessing practitioners who gave praise, in bow, to them. They carried black background flags, with alot of Chinese characters and symbols printed on them, and they put it over the faithfuls' heads.

Transvestites again. With all due respect, isnt going against your nature (God has given) going against... God? I mean from my religious upbringing, this is what i was taught so again, with all due respect, i find this a bit difficult to comprehend.
And the explanation from Wikipedia did say that you will need to be "pure" to be able to become a Mah song.

So i was actually staying away from the transvestites, worried that they might have invited the wrong spirits in them.

More possesed Mah songs.

After most of the Mah Songs marched back from the waters, back to the temples, some statues were ferried across the streets.
What was quite interesting was: The people who were carrying this particular statue seems to be sponsored by Tesco.

WOW... i definitely stayed away from these 2 buggers.

And now this is what the poles of firecrackers were for.... BLASTING the gods to kingdom come

Crazy ass shit man...