A.K.U.G.U.R.U. actually means 'I am a Teacher' (Aku guru in Bahasa Malaysia). It contains all the items related to my profession as a secondary school English teacher which includes my English lessons, my interests, my passion for Liverpool FC, and also my family affairs. Hope you enjoy your reading!

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Sunday, November 28, 2010


How long does it take for a group of piranhas to finish off their meal? This and many other marine-based questions will be answered in the Aquaria situated beside the KLCC. There are many kind of fishes on display, among them the large Arapaima, the giant sharks, and the huge ray. You can also see the fishes being fed by the divers at the Aquatheatre. But, the piranhas are being fed separately, for they live in separate aquarium. Therefore, make sure that you enter during the feeding schedule for your utmost pleasure, so that you get your money's worth.

And remember also to bring your finest camera, because once inside, no flash is allowed. ENJOY!

For more information, click the official website here.

Thursday, November 25, 2010


I played a logic game I have in my laptop. It is a good game testing your deductive ability. I just have to guess the right features which includes the hairstyles, the eyes, the nose, the mouth and the clothes of what was behind the curtains. Most of the time, I got it correctly in 6 or 7 guesses, but this morning, I got it correct in just 5 guesses. I got a title "Champion of Logic". Haha.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Happy Holidays and Good Luck SPMians and STPMians

Happy holidays for those who are holidaying, but for those who are having their exams, especially the SPMians and STPMians, I wish you all good luck. After stopping blogging for a while due to my first sleepless experience of marking public exam papers, or PMR to be exact, I am back at my keyboard typing something, which may or may not be of interest to you. Nevertheless, I'll share with you some traditions at my new school which I did not previously experience during my 4 years at Gua Musang.

1. Graduation

There was actually a graduation for the would be SPM students, to commemorate the end of their study in the school. All the students wore a robe and a graduation hat before taking their scroll from the principal. I know that many other schools also have their own graduation, but for me, it was my first time. I could see happy faces receiving the scroll, but sadly, I didn't know if they will actually be happy when they take their result next year. I will surely be praying for all of them, but still efforts must be made to make the exam a successful one.

2. Knowledge Blessing

Actually, I had experienced this event at my previous school, but unlike this event, it did not have a bathing session. Yes, the teachers here bathed the candidates with water from their parents' Solat Hajat. They merely poured the water on the candidates' heads after they drank some of it, not on the whole body. This was inclusive of the female candidates, who were poured water on their scarves by the female teachers.

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