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31 08 2013

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The Mystery of the Missing Door (Chapter 6: The Circus)

30 08 2013

The Mystery of the Missing Door (Chapter 5: The Country Fair)

“We lost him!” shouted Reen.

“Don’t lose hope,” said Pete. “He went into the circus tent. Come on, Reen. Lets go after him.”

Pete ran towards the tent followed by Reen. It was in the middle of a circus show, so both of them bought their tickets and took their seats. They watched the clown juggled five apples on his legs while doing a handstand. Then they watched a bear dancing on a huge ball and next, they watched a monkey hopping on one leg on a tightrope.

They looked around them but the man they were after was nowhere to be seen. A man with a bowler hat called for a volunteer for the next act. Reen was the first volunteer. He put his right hand into the clown’s hat and took out a chicken sitting in a basket. The chicken jumped out of the basket and inside the basket there were four little eggs that were green instead of brown. The clown gave Reen a souvenir and Reen walked back to his seat with a big smile.

Then another volunteer walked to the circus ring for the next act. The boy looked familiar, he walked in a familiar way, when he introduced himself, his name sounded familiar and his voice sounded familiar too. The boy looked at the crowd as if he was searching for somebody.

Reen looked at the volunteer and said, “Pete, that’s my big brother Mic.”

Mic was searching for Pete and Reen. He saw them entering the circus tent and went after them. Anyway he lost them after he bought his ticket, so he took a seat hoping to see them later. He was looking around at the crowd when he saw Reen put up his hands high up in the air waving at him. Mic nodded and waved back before he went back to his seat. He sent Safora a text message telling her that he found Pete and Reen in the circus tent.

And then, the most unexpected and surprising thing happened. Three men swung around and out came the Mayor of Woodsland jumping down from something that looked like a giant leaf that was lowered down to the middle of the circus ring to officiate the fair. Everyone clapped their hands and at that moment, Reen saw the man that they were looking for. He told Pete about it and Pete nodded and whispered that he saw the man too.

Pete got up from his seat as if he was bored and pretended to walk to the door followed by Reen. They passed the suspect, noticing his behaviour with other people. He seemed to be kind and gentle but  looked a little nervous. Pete was looking at him when the man got up pretending he was going to the toilet.

Pete walked out of the circus tent and as he took out his phone to send Mic a text message, he saw that his phone battery was dead. Luckily they saw Safora and Pete told her to tell Mic to meet them under the tree where they ate their ice creams earlier.

Meanwhile, Mic was enjoying an act where a monkey was riding a beautiful, white horse. The horse galloped fast around the circus ring with the monkey on its back and white mice on their heads. He was quite sad to read the message because he was looking forward for another act by the monkey and the horse.

Mic went outside and ran to the place where his friends were waiting for him. Pete told Mic and Safora about the suspect and why he and Reen rushed inside the circus tent without waiting for Safora and Mic.

They met Pete’s father who was still seating on the bench. He was reading another sports newspaper when he saw them coming. He bought them tasty burgers with crispy fries for lunch and they had more ice creams before they left the fair.

Pete’s father drove them back home and as he stopped his car in front of Mic’s house, Mic’s father invited him in. The children went to Mic’s room to discuss about the mystery. They listed out the clues and suspects in their note books and realised that they still need much more clues to solve the mystery.

>>> To Be Continued <<<





The Mystery of the Missing Door (Chapter 5: The Country Fair)

29 08 2013

Please click here for, ‘The Mystery of the Missing Door (Chapter 4: Suspects)

They walked back home and saw Safora sitting on a bench, talking with Mic near their houses. Pete and Reen told Safora and Mic all about what had happened. They were about to go home when Pete remembered something that he wanted to tell his friends earlier.

“My father says that there is a fair near here and he is going to take us there tomorrow,” said Pete. “You guys want to follow me and Safora to the fair?”

“Of course,” said Reen. “It will be lovely to have some fun after working hard to solve this mystery.”

So the next day they all gathered at Pete’s house. They were so excited about going to the fair and could not wait to be there.

“Everyone’s here?” asked Pete’s father.

“Yes!” said everyone all at once.

“Then lets go!” said Pete’s father as he walked towards the car followed by the children. Mic sat in the front  passenger seat while Pete, Reen and Safora sat in the back seats. The car moved smoothly along the road towards the fair site.

Then they saw a big red balloon with the words, “COUNTRY FAIR! Open For A Week (May 5, 2013 – May 12, 2013)” printed in black. Pete’s father parked his car and smiled at the children.

“We are here now. Are you all ready for some fun at the fair?” he asked.

“Yes, sir!” said the children excitedly.

“Then lets get moving,” said Pete’s father as he got out of the car.

There were lots of people at the fair. Pete wanted to play ‘Hit The Bunny’. Mic joined him while Safora and Reen went to the ice cream stall to buy some lemon ice cream for all of them. Pete’s father sat on a bench reading a sports newspaper while waiting for the children.

Pete won the game and excitedly showed them his prize. Then they sat under a big tree and ate their ice creams.

Mic said, “Lets have a race, the first person who finish the ice cream will be the winner. As Pete was about to finish his ice cream, something caught his eyes. He stopped eating and looked up in front of him in disbelief.

“Ha ha!” shouted Mic excitedly as he ate the last of his ice cream. I win for the first time!”

“By the way, what made  you stop eating, Pete?” asked Reen.

“The man!” whispered Pete. “Look over there, can you see him? Lets follow him.”

So both of them went after the man. Mic and Safora were stunned for they cannot understand what was happening. Pete and Reen followed the man until he’s out of sight.

>>> To Be Continued <<<





Lagi Penghinaan Terhadap Islam – Kini Di Publika Sri Hartamas

28 08 2013

Karim's Blog

Baru selesai membuat laporan polis berhubung satu lagi penghinaan terhadap Islam. Ini merujuk kepada satu pameran seni lukis di Publika-Solaris Sri Hartamas, tingkat G2 di kawasan ruang legar.

AnurendraPameran bertajuk Pameran Seni M50 – Selamat Hari Malaysia anjuran Artemis Art KL mempamerkan salah seorang pelukis bernama Anurendra Jegadeva dengan tema lukisan “ABC For The Middle – Age Middle Classes”. Salah satu lukisannya melakarkan mesej penghinaan dengan menyebut “I for Idiot” (seolah-olah menyatakan Islam itu untuk orang bodoh) beserta dengan tulisan khat basmallah terbalik di bawahnya – yang jelas menunjukkan unsur niat yang jahat oleh pelukis tersebut. Manakala untuk J dan K pula di buat “J for Jesus” dan “K for Krisna” – tanpa ada sebarang unsur penghinaan.

Kita meminta pihak polis menjalankan siasatan ke atas beliau serta penganjur pameran seni tersebut seterusnya mengambil tindakan sewajarnya.

IJKLM-anurendra

penghinaan-anurendra

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kemaskini:

Baru balik dari Balai Polis Sentul (jam 1:10 pagi) untuk memberi keterangan kepada pegawai penyiasat … siasatan…

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Five Years of Blogging with WordPress

28 08 2013

You registered on WordPress.com 5 years ago!

Thanks for flying with us. Keep up the good blogging!

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This was what I first wrote after my father gave his permission to start my own blog:

Welcome To My Blog

Hello, my name is Ahmad Ali Karim.

Welcome to my blog.

I love to write and I started to write stories when I was 3 years old.

Now I am 5 years old and I am very happy to start my own blog.

  🙂 🙂 🙂 

I was very excited to receive this note from WordPress.com yesterday! I started this blog when I was five years old, five years ago and over the years I learn lots of things about writing, reporting and blogging.

One of my worst experience in blogging is when I cannot open my blog after it was hacked for a month.

I was so sad and scared and fear that I’ll loose my blog.

But thanks to the wonderful people at WordPress.com, at last my problem is solved.

And thank you very for my wonderful cyber friends who had sent me messages and tried to help me solve the problem.

Thank you for visiting my blog and my very special thanks to all my loyal readers who had become my special friends.

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I wrote simple posts about things that I like, my favourite fruits and what happens around me.

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Uncle Awang Goneng is one of my favourite writers and inspired me to start my own blog. 

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This is the first time I met Anwar Ibrahim, the politician who inspired me to become a politician. I was a very big fan of Anwar at the time.  Anyway I lost my respect for him after Bersih 3.0.

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I started attending lots of programs and discourses. At home I read the news to know about what is happening, not only in Malaysia but also in the other part of the world. 

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I first met Uncle Nasha at his daughter’s wedding celebration and asked him why he does not leave PAS. 

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Uncle Zul is a lawyer and one of my favourite politicians. Like me, he was also one of Anwar’s fan before he realised the truth.

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Happy Aniversary

27 08 2013

You registered on WordPress.com 5 years ago!

Thanks for flying with us. Keep up the good blogging!





The Mystery of the Missing Door (Chapter 4: Suspects)

26 08 2013

Please click here for: The Mystery of the Missing Door (Chapter 3: A Man With A Door)

As Pete and Reen was approaching the man, suddenly a fat, dark haired man came out of nowhere and tried to snatch the huge piece of flat wood from him. It was something like watching a dramatic crime scene in a movie as they witnessed the fat, dark haired man chasing a tall man who was carrying a very huge piece of flat wood. The tall man ran towards the beach followed by the fat, dark haired man.

It was amazing how fast the tall man could run while carrying the huge, flat wood on his back. The fat, dark haired man could not chase him for he was too exhausted as he was too heavy. As soon as he reached his truck, the tall man put the huge flat wood into the back of his truck and drove away. The fat man hopped on a motorcycle and followed him.

Reen and Pete ran after him as fast as they could, but the motorcycle was too fast for them to catch up. They sat down on a bench drinking a bottle of water while thinking of what else they should do. They waited for a few minutes, hoping the man would come back so that they could interview them.

“So the mystery of this missing door is not yet solved,” said Pete. “There’s too much things to do, too many questions to be answered and too little clues to answer the questions. But at least we have our first suspect who looks kind of nice, but nervous when we tried to talk to him. What do you think, Reen? Could he be the one who stole the door?” And before Reen could say anything, Pete continued, “Come on Reen, let’s go and search for Safora and Mic.”

And so off they went, leaving the bench behind them as they searched for their friends. On their way, they met a very suspicious looking man and they tried to interviewed him.

Pete whispered, “Reen, I’ll try to talk to him and ask him a few question. Please do not say anything about us trying to look for the person who stole Miss Nyla’s door.”

“Hello, sir. How are you? We are making some research about doors. Can we ask you some questions, please? The first question is, what do you like about doors?” asked Pete as they approached the man. He was tall and thin with straight, brown hair.

“Doors?” asked the man. “Doors are very nice, they could keep our house away save from burglars.”

“Do you know how to take out a door from its frame?” asked Reen.

“Stealing a door?” he asked. ‘Why must anybody steal a door? That is a weird thing to do,” continued the man as he quickly walked away saying, “It’s getting late, I have to catch the train and I think it’s time for both of you to go home.”

“He looks very suspicious,” whispered Pete to Reen after the man had walked away from them. “And he mentioned about stealing when we did not say anything about it.”

Suddenly they saw the first suspect walking not far from where they were standing. They ran to him, hoping to ask him a few questions. He seemed to be talking on the phone to someone. As they almost reached him, he turned away, ran to his truck and drove away. Pete and Reen went running home to tell the other members of PeforaMeen Solvers about their interesting adventure that evening.

>>> To be continued <<<

Please click here for The Mystery of the Missing Door (Chapter 5: The Country Fair)








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