In Photos: 2015 Geneva International Motor Show

7 03 2015
This high-end version of the Model S is no less than the world's highest-performance electric car, as its combined output of 700hp takes it to a top speed of 250km/h and from 0 to 100km/h in just 3.4 seconds.

This high-end version of the Model S is no less than the world’s highest-performance electric car, as its combined output of 700hp takes it to a top speed of 250km/h and from 0 to 100km/h in just 3.4 seconds.

The 2015 Geneva International Motor Show is open from March 5, 2015 to March 15, 2015.

This great motor show is held at the Palexpo Arena in Geneva, Switzerland.

Below are some of the stunning cars at the motor show.

Please click the photos for larger images:

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What Is Universal Periodic Review

2 10 2013

UNHRC-logo_withtext

The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a mechanism of the Human Rights Council (HRC) which is an intergovernmental body made up of 47 states, to review how far the members of the United Nations follow the Human Rights. (All About The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) by SUHAKAM)

The UPR reviews all 192 United Nations (UN) Member States over a four-year cycle. The process consists of several steps. The review takes place at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.

Objectives:

  1. Improvement of human rights of the people.
  2. How far does the state fulfil the obligations and commitments of human rights, assessment of positive development and problems that are faced by the States in fulfilling the obligations.
  3. Enhance the State’s capacity and technical assistance, in consultation with, and with the consent of, the State concerned.
  4. Sharing the best practice of human rights among States and other stakeholders.
  5. Support for cooperation in promotion and protecting of human rights.
  6. Encourage full cooperation and engagement with the HRC, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and other human rights bodies.

Recommendations:

Recommendations are the final results of the UPR process, and are included in the final report. Although the recommendations are not binding, they act as a set of commitments by the State to improve the protection and promotion of human rights in their country. These recommendations will serve as benchmarks to the State, on what it must achieve until the next UPR cycle.





United Nations Human Rights Council’s UPR

30 09 2013

UPR-logoUPR stands for Universal Periodic Review. It is a process to review how far all the countries that are members of the United Nations follow the demands made by the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC).

This year, our country, Malaysia will be reviewed by UNHRC. I think Malaysia is a very peaceful and fair country where all minority races are not being discriminated by our government.

Must all the United Nations members agree to all of the UNHRC demands? I feel that not every country needs to be the same as other countries and follow the same universal rules because every country and its citizen is unique and has different needs and values.

For example, Malaysia is an Islamic country while Roman Catholicism is the official religion of Monaco and Argentina. So, they are all different and each country has different social values and ways of live.

So, is it fair if we want all the countries in this world to follow a set of universal rules and values agreed by other countries whose needs and values are different? I think that not only it is wrong, in fact, it is against the human rights to force a country to accept any value or rule which is not suitable for the local people of the country, against their social values, religions or can cause lots of problems to the country. And it is not right to force a country to agree on something that is actually against their Constitutions and rules of laws.

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War In Gaza, Palestine

20 01 2009

Smoke in Gaza, January 12, 2009

Smoke in Gaza, January 12, 2009

There is a war in Palestine.

Israel attacked Gaza, Palestine on Dec 27, 2008.

War destroyed lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of houses and buildings.

When the buildings were destroyed, there were  lots and lots of thrash.

Destroyed orphan centre in Gaza, January 12, 2009.

Destroyed orphan centre in Gaza, January 12, 2009.

Schools were destroyed too.

It’s not good because kids cannot go to school.

There is no electricity and water too.

Lots and lots and lots and lots of people died and hurt.

Animals, plants and trees died too.

So people can’t eat  vegetables and fruits.

There is more air pollution when there is no plant and trees as in SimCity 3000 Unlimited.

When I become a politician I’ll go to meetings at the United Nations in Geneva and New York to tell everybody to stop all wars.

War is a disaster.

I think war is very, very, very, very,very, very bad.

War Is Bad
War Is Bad And A

Disaster.





My Ambition

19 01 2009

My ambition is to be a politician. First I want to win an election. I’ll win the election when lots and lots and lots of people vote for me.

PWTC, KL

PWTC, Kuala Lumpur

I want to be a politician because I want to help other people. I want to give speeches at PWTC. PWTC is Putra World Trade Centre. I want to speak at the United Nations meetings. I also like to meet lots and lots of people.

United Naitions Geneva

United Nations, Geneva

I have to study hard because I want to be a smart politician. I want to go to lots of important meetings. I want to make the world clean so that there won’t be too much floods, landslide and other disasters. I want the world to be peaceful and no more wars like the war in Palestine. War is a disaster. Lots of people die. Lots of houses destroyed and the place will be  full of trash and it can cause a flood. Animals and plants will die too. So we can’t eat meat,vegetables and fruits.

My grandfather Ahmad Omar was a politician in Terengganu.  He won the election. He worked at the United Nations in Geneva long time ago. My grandfather’s uncle  Dato’ Amar was the first Terengganu’s Chief Minister.








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