Cancelled Freezing PTPTN for Unisel And Kuis – Will PR Thank BN?

There was a debate between Khairy Jamaluddin (BN) and Rafizi Ramli (PR) on PTPTN.

PTPTN is a loan for students to pay for their studies in colleges or universities.

Rafizi Ramli said that PTPTN is bad and should be stopped while Khairy Jamaluddin said that students need PTPTN.

Since the opposition parties (Pakatan Rakyat or PR) say NO to PTPTN the government (Barisan Nasional or BN) froze the PTPTN loan to Selangor-owned universities so that the oppositions will be happy.

But they got angry and said bad things about the government and want PTPTN to stop freezing the loan.

Isn’t that weird?

I think that the opposition do not understand what they are talking about and only want to make people hate the government.

Today PTPTN confirmed that they are giving back the loans because they pity the students since the opposition parties don’t know how to solve the problem and how to help the students.

The government also help the universities because if the students cannot pay the fees, the universities have to be closed and a lot of people will lost their jobs.

Will the opposition parties thank to the government?

I don’t think so. 

I think that the oppositions will say that the government had to give back PTPTN because they are tired of people complaining that BN is bad and if the government don’t give the loan back BN will loose in the 13th General Election. 

The conclusion is we cannot trust the opposition parties because they twist stories and tell lies to trick us.

Nilaicitra’12

On Thursday, March 22, 2012, I went to Galeri Shah Alam for the UNISEL’s Nilaicitra’12

My photo at the Galeri Shah Alam after the opening ceremony of Nilaicitra'12.

Nilaicitra means ‘value of image’.

It exhibited the final projects of UNISEL Art And Design’s students.

The program was officiated by Datin Paduka Shuhaimi Baba of Pesona Pictures Sdn. Bhd.

Uncle Adnan Othman also joined us to the program.

Uncle Adnan Othman(R) was chatting with my father after the event.

We visited the exhibition halls and saw lots of beautiful photographs, digitally drawn pictures and other beautiful stuff.

We visited Abang Ibrahim’s booth and saw the photos that he took at our house

This photo was snapped by Uncle Ibrahim

It was very nice to meet Uncle Prof. Dato’ Raja Zahabuddin, Atuk Prof. Hashim and Uncle Ibrahim Bujal again.

The food that they served was very delicious.

I really enjoyed the my time over there.

A Visit To UNISEL

On Tuesday we went to Shah Alam to meet Atuk Professor Hashim Hassan at the university where he teaches.

Atuk Professor Hashim Hassan(L) and I(R) at his office in UNISEL.

The name of the university is Universiti Industri Selangor or UNISEL.

Atuk Professor Hashim is a lecturer, an artist and a stamp collector.

Over there I also met Professor Dato’ Raja Zahabuddin Raja Yaacob, the Dean of the Faculty of Industrial Art and Design, UNISEL.

I am very happy to meet Uncle Professor Dato' Raja Zahabuddin Raja Yaacob(R) who is also a stamp designer!

Uncle Professor Dato’ Raja Zahabuddin is also a stamp designer!

They took us to a computer room where I also saw lots of Apple computers.

There we met Uncle Ibrahim Bujal who showed us cool stuffs that can be done on the computer.

Uncle Ibrahim showed us cool stuffs on the computer.

I already knew how to do some of the things that Uncle Ibrahim showed me but there are some that I don’t know.

I now know that we can make our own website easier by using Adobe Flash Professional.

I have lots of fun and Atuk Professor Hassan gave me the books that he wrote, ‘Ideas For Logo Design’, part 1 and part 2.

Atuk Professor Hassan explaining about one of the logos in his book.

That is great because the books give me ideas of how to make my companies’ logos

Uncle Professor Dato’ Raja Zahabuddin invited us for lunch at the Bouquet Garni and the food was really good.

We had a wonderful lunch at Bouquet Garni, thanks to Uncle Professor Dato' Raja Zahabuddin. From left is my father, Uncle Ibrahim, Uncle Professor Dato' Raja Zahabuddin, Atuk Professor Hassan and me.

I want to thank Atuk Professor Hassan, Uncle Professor Dato’ Raja Zahabuddin and Uncle Ibrahim for the presents, the tasty lunch and the wonderful time.