Showing posts from August, 2013

My religion, my belief.

                It was a blurry morning. I can barely open my eyes but my phone kept ringing forcing me to answer. And in a busy on call night, a phone call can only mean a bad thing. No one will disturb you 3 am in the morning only for a chat, unless someone life is threatened.                 I pick it up, I listen, and there it goes, a patient is shouting like crazy in my emergency department. Reluctantly, I had to go and see the patient. Could it be acute psychosis at this hour. I keep asking myself, why at this hour?                 Subsequently I found out that a young women was brought by her family because they cannot manage her at home. She had pressured speech, shouting and scolding everybody, talking about all of this random things without any particular reason and she does not seem to stop. With my eyes still blurred, I still asking myself why they came at this hour? As I expected they bring her in because they cannot sleep at home as the patient keep shouting an

Putatan Platinum Apartment 4 : Bank Muamalat vs Me vs Developer

I was enlightened today. But not in a good way. I just found out the root of my Putatan Platinum Apartment Late payment interest problem. After asking for advices from multiple people, I found out that my late payment interest was caused by somewhere in the bank processes while processing my Loan. A bit complicated but thanks to Gmail with its big email capacity, i can trace all the old email i have received and sent. To my surprise, my hesitation on talking via phone regarding official stuff pay off. Now I can read back all the conversation i had via email and it helps a lot. The loan agreement was signed by me by end of 2011. It somewhere around october according to my email with the officer in Bank Muamalat. after that there were no more conversation, i presumed at that time the bank must be processing my Loan as that is what they supposed to do right? The next email conversation I had was with another officer in Bank Muamalat. I remember that the new officer said the previo

Crossing Brunei Borders, Sarawak 04/08/2013

                The unique thing about Malaysia, to get to another state in the country itself, you need a passport. Yes, that is true for the particular state here in borneo Island. Malaysia, historically divided into 2 separate land. Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah-Sarawak. For people coming from Peninsular Malaysia, passport requirement is a must. They will need passport to enter Sabah and Sarawak.                 However, since both of this land considered as Malaysian, going from state to state in regular basis is not a problem. They will only need their identification card to smoothly travel in and out of the state. If Malaysian thought that they can travel as much as they can between the state, this is not true for Sabahan to travel to Sarawak, simply per say.                 The border of Sarawak and Sabah is divided by another country, Brunei. I wonder why did Malaysia build road across Brunei or to say, they connect their road to Brunei road so that all Sabahan tha