Aftermath of Earthquake in Haiti.

The 7.0 earthquake destroyed lots and lots of buildings in Port-au-Prince.

There is no electricity and water in the city.

People sleep outside; in the parks, by the streets or just outside their houses.

Thousands and thousands of people died in the earthquake.

People cannot find their family members.

They must be very, very, very sad.

The President’s residence is destroyed.


Dead bodies are by the streets.

Bodies lie covered on the side of the road in Port-au-Prince

People cannot clean themselves because there is no water.

People can get sick if they don’t wash their hands or drink dirty water.

More people could die.

Children may be lost.

They can’t go school and their books were destroyed.

It is a big disaster.

CNN said it is a catastrophe of major proportions.

I pray that there won’t be too much major earthquake in Haiti.

Meeting Uncle Awang Goneng

Today I went to A&W in KLCC to meet Uncle Awang Goneng.


His real name is Wan Ahmad Hulaimi.

Uncle Awang Goneng is a great writer.

He is also a famous blogger.

His blog is very popular.

The book ‘Growing Up In Trengganu’ is from the blog.

His blog is http://kecek-kecek.blogspot.com/.

Uncle Awang Goneng lives in London.

I wonder why Uncle Awang Goneng lives in London?

Uncle Awang Goneng will go back to London at the end of January.

By the way I met Pak Cik Saidi Yahya too 🙂

My father, Pak Cik Saidi and Uncle Awang Goneng are from Terengganu.

They spoke English and ‘Trengganuspeak’.

I only understand some words in ‘Trengganuspeak’ 🙂

I am very happy to meet them today.