The Wedding Of Dr. Ishak Mas’ud’s Son

18 09 2012

On Sept 16, 2012 I went to the German Malaysian Institute to attend the wedding celebration of Uncle Dr. Ishak Mas’ud’s and Aunty Wadi’s son.

The groom’s name is Muhammad Hafeez and the bride’s name is Nurul Iffah.

Over there I met my pediatrician, Uncle Dr. Khairul, his wife and Uncle Raja Ahmad Aminullah.

Dr Khairul used to work at the Al-iSLAM Specialist Hospital (AISH) in Kampung Baru.

From left is me, my father, Kashah and Dr. Khairul (R) at the German Malaysian Institute.

I also met Uncle Raja Ahmad Aminullah at the wedding.

I only ate the sweet watermelon and grapes and drank the tasty orange juice because I was too full after eating the roast lamb at Uncle Datuk Paduka Prof.  Mohamad Abu Bakar’s open house and another plate of lamb, a bowl of cendol and ice-cream at ISMA’s open house.

We met a lot of AISH’s staffs at the wedding and we also met Aunty Sham.

At ISMA’s open house, I met Uncle Aminuddin Yahya,  Uncle Ustaz Abdullah Zaik Abdul Rahman, Uncle Dr. Yusri Mohammad and a lot of other NGOs leaders and members. 

Uncle Aminuddin Yahya is also the president of PEMBELA.

Uncle Aminuddin Yahya (L) and me at ISMA’s open house. 

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Meeting Datuk Seri Najib’s Political Secretary, Datuk Sahlan Ismail

17 09 2012

Yesterday I went to Uncle Datuk Sahlan bin Ismail’s Eid open house.

Uncle Datuk Sahlan is the Prime Minister’s political secretary.

I ate ketupat with chicken rendang and drank orange juice.

I asked him questions regarding BN and PR.

I was asking Uncle Datuk Sahlan some questions.

He told me that BN is the best choice for Malaysia.

And we agree that even though BN did lots of wrong things, but PR is much worse.

One thing that I learn is BN supporters and politicians accept that BN is not perfect but PR supporters and politicians always claim to be perfect and would blame others for all the bad things that they did.

We can only be better if we can learn from our mistakes.

I am very happy to meet Uncle Datuk Sahlan and even happier because he said that I’m a good understander and a good listener.

i am very happy to meet Uncle Datuk Sahlan.





Uncle Amrahi’s Open House

30 09 2011

On September 27th, we went to Uncle Amrahi’s Eid open house.

Uncle Amrahi is a senior member of Silat Cekak Hanafi.

From the left in stripped green shirt is Uncle Amrahi, next is me sitting on Uncle Amrahi's lap, Aunty Faudziah, my mother and my big sister Kaman.

Over there we ate lots of delicious rice and beef, satay, roti jala, custard and other tasty food.

I met Uncle Amrahi’s cousin, Aunty Rahimah Abu Bakar again.

She invited me to watch YONEX Open Japan 2011 match – Lee Chong Wei vs Chen Long badminton live on the TV.

Watching the YONEX Open Japan 2011 match with Aunty Rahimah(sitting on the left).

Aunty Rahimah was a national badminton player many, many years ago.

She is still the best Malay woman badminton player in Malaysia.

I love going to Uncle Amrahi’s open house 🙂





Meeting Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin

9 10 2010

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin's Eid open house in Putrajaya, October 3, 2010.

On Sunday, October 3, 2010, I went to Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s open house in Putrajaya.

My photo with Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (seated right) and Dato' Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob (seated left).

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia.

He is a politician.

The  food was delicious but where we sat the music was too loud.

Dato’ Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob was also there.

He is the Domestic Trade Minister of Malaysia.

Over there I also meet Uncle Feriz.

My photo with Uncle Feriz.

He is the Special Assistant to the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia.

 





More Eid Open Houses In KL

29 10 2008

Last weekend I went to a lot of open houses.

First I went to Uncle Amrahi’s house in Keramat.

I ate nasi beriani, water melon and grapes.

I love the water melon and grapes.

Uncle Amrahi is good in silat Cekak Hanafi.

With Uncle Rameli Musa

With Uncle Rameli Musa

I also went to Uncle Datuk Rameli Musa’s house.

Uncle Datuk Rameli Musa lives in Kota Damansara.

His house has a swimming pool.

There I met my Hadith teacher, Ustaz Raof.

I met a lot of uncles who attend the Hadith (Fathul Baari) class.

I met Ami Ma, Pak Cik Ismail and Pak Cik Burhan.

I also met Uncle Dr Wahab.

With Abang Solah (Pak Cik Ismail's son)

With Abang Solah (Pak Cik Ismail's son)

I ate lamb, cendol and grapes.

The grapes are sweet and I like the cendol too.

Next I went to two more open houses in Batu Caves.

One was by Chinese Muslim(MACMA) and the other was Abah’s friend – Pak

At Uncle Zainal's house

At Uncle Zainal's house

Cik Bahrin.

After that I went to our neighbour Uncle Zainal’s house.

There I met Kak Dayah, Lili and Mimi.

I ate sweet water melon.

At night I went to Seri Maya to fetch atuk and nenek.

Then we went to Atuk Datuk Yahya’s house.

He lives in Bandar Utama.

I ate laksa Johor, satay, nasi beriani and some cakes.

The foods are very tasty.

When I go to open houses, I like to eat fruits.

Fruits are healthy food and they are tasty too.





Eid Open Houses In KL

19 10 2008

There are a lot of open houses on weekends during Shawal.

On Saturday I went to a lot of open houses.

First I went to Uncle Khairul’s house in Desa Serdang.

I saw a few kittens and a mother cat in the cage.

Some were playing some and were sleeping.

I played with Kak Zarith Sofia and I showed her my phone, “Phoney”.

I ate tasty nasi beriani and Singapore mee rebus.

Next I went to Uncle Ali’s house in Subang Alam, Shah Alam.

At Uncle Ali’s house I ate tasty lamb BBQ and cendol.

On the way to Uncle Ali’s house I saw the huge Proton factory.

On the way back to my house I saw Bukit Jalil Stadium.

Then I went to RA Fine Arts Gallery open house in Jalan Damai.

I met YM Pak Engku Raja Ahmad Aminullah.

I also met Auntie Siti Zainon Ismail.

There I ate watermelon, cream caramel and ABC.

I love the watermelon because it is healthy food.

The watermelon was also very sweet.

Last we visited my father’s auntie.

She is my father’s father’s younger sister.








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