Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Yo-yo Ma

Yo-yo Ma is a very famous cellist which performed with many great musician before.(and he is a chinese!)

so, cello+classical guitar=??
let's see:

how bout cello+piano+flute+berimbau?

Thursday, November 29, 2007

siu hei

Somebody said dat as a person grows older, his temper won't be as bad as he was young becoz he is old enough to think maturely and interprete something rationally, hence he knows dat get angry over some small matter is not going to bring him any benefit.
However, this theory is not suitable for everyone as there are many kind of people in this world, including those people who are extremely petty and the theory above is totally not applicable on them.

Their presence on this planet is still considered as normal i think.

Lemme tell u a story:

Once upon a time, there was a farmer -- R. He was a genius in growing crops, hence he was so proud of himself and thought dat his way of growing crops is the best, other ways of growing crops are not as good as his. However, the other farmers were very open-minded and did not argue with R.

One day, R found dat the quality of some seeds was not good when he was sowing. He thought that is not a big matter and just sow those seed together with those good seeds. after few months later, R found that his crops were sick, the drought came and the fertilizer which is supplied by the government doensnt come in time too. his crops started to die. R was so angry and said that the quality of the seeds for this batch is not good, which is the cause for him to fail to grow his crop. the other farmer told him that he shouldnt sow those seeds which he suspected to have problem with the other seeds. if he separates the bad seeds from good seeds, the other crop might be healthy as ever.

However R insisted that the problem lies on the seed, weather and government and these problem hurt his pride as a farmer. He stepped on his crops everyday, complained to the government and told everyone that he wants to go to other country to grow his crop.

What happen to this R in the end? I dunno,bcoz this story havent come to the end.

i think my coursemates will know the meaning of this story.

Plz dun be sad if you do not understand the story (because my language might play a role in confusing you...), juz take it as a normal story and learn to be humble and soft from it.

anyway, there are some points that i really cant figure out:

1. If there is SOMEONE who really offended him, why must he treats us in this way as if WE offended him? (maybe he holds the principle of 'the more the merrier'? paiseh lar, i m not that noble to bear the responsibility which i shouldnt bear.)

2. he stressed that we can go to him if we have any problem and he will be very happy to help us, but then why he said:"go to the lecturer who taught you clinical skills."when some of us told him that they dunno how to do clinical skills?(maybe he thinks dat he is a physiologist, asking anything beyond this scope is an insult to his speciality.)

3. how come he could use more than 2 hours for an hour lecture last time, and 20 minutes for a 2 hours lecture now?(i think he thinks in this way: last time:"it's ok if nobody teaches u anatomy,physiology,pathology,i can teach u,i m ur saviour,because i m clever and smart,i know everything." now:"it's ur problem if u dunno anatomy,physiology,pathology. why dun Roslani get more lecturer who r clever and smart like me to teach u?u couldnt understand wat i was teaching?it's ur problem too!u hv no interest in studies,u dun even noe the basic!if dat is not u problem then must be the school's problem,or might be ur problem+school's problem. it's not my problem.")

4. he said dat we no nid to be afraid of him bcoz he would not fail us in exam as he doesnt involve in the paper marking;he doesnt nid to be afraid of us like wat the other lecturer do bcoz he no nid to rely on us to earn a living. Couldnt he differentiate the word 'respect' and 'afraid'?(again,i dun think we should blame him coz he is a lecturer for medicine, not literature.he can differentaite the physiology of cardiac system and renal system but not english words.)(i can tell u a bit about the difference between physio of cardiac n renal oso lar,no nid to ask him.)(R:u dun even noe the basic!how dare you say dat u know the physio of cardiac n renal?u show no interest in studies!go bek n study!)(...)

5.i really dun understand y he dislike power point so much, isnt good to show pictures through power point?at least he doesnt nid to draw something on the white board which oni he can udnerstand and we nid to imagine the organ ourselves. it's much easier for him to explain and for us to understand if he shows pictures on power point,isnt?(is our fault lar,we are not as smart as him,not as creative n imaginative as him mar,sure cannot understand lar,is our fault...)

to be honest i m quite happy if he really leaves us, at least we no nid to show muka busuk to each other...and i have a small request for him before he leaves: cant you plz bring along 'handsome guy' bek to india too?both of u make me sick...

Saturday, November 3, 2007

30 days of night

30 days of night
I have to say that this is not a good movie.
It is a waste of time and money for watching it.seriously.
my rate:4/10

Friday, November 2, 2007

a place where I will go at least once in my life time

this is the place where i'll go at least once in my life time.

About MSF(

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an independent international medical humanitarian organization that delivers emergency aid in more than 70 countries to people affected by armed conflict; epidemics; natural or man-made disasters; or exclusion from health care.

In emergencies and their aftermath, MSF rehabilitates and runs hospitals and clinics, performs surgery, battles epidemics, carries out vaccination campaigns, operates feeding centres for malnourished children and offers mental health care. When needed, MSF also constructs wells, dispenses clean drinking water, and provides shelter materials like blankets and plastic sheeting.
Through longer-term programmes, MSF treats patients with infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, sleeping sickness, and HIV/AIDS and provides medical and psychological care to marginalized groups such as street children.

MSF was born in the early 1970s out of the exasperation of a group of French doctors who worked in desperate conditions in the Biafra War (1967-1970).

They were determined to create a movement to deliver independent humanitarian aid wherever it was needed, and one that would speak out about the plight of the victims it helped. Thirty years later, the MSF movement was awarded the 1999 Nobel Peace Prize.

Saturday, October 27, 2007


I saw this video clip on my frenz blog a few days ago and i simply love it.
He is Yiruma.

Kiss the rain

my fren said 'kiss the rain' is the best song for Yiruma but i think this 'river flows in you' is also a very very good song. I'd give same mark for both song--8.5/10.

River flows in you

Tuesday, October 16, 2007


this blog is discussing about the private medical college and the quality of doctors in malaysia (especially those from private college and overseas) recently. have a look:

Sunday, October 14, 2007


“There is no return way in medicine because the patient might die due to your inobservance. 99% is an excellent result for other courses, but in medicine, patient might die because of the 1% of knowledge that is not equipped by you as his doctor.”
This is a phrase that I saw on a forum posted by a medical student yesterday night. It impacts me a lot. Although I knew that medicine is not a subject that can be satisfied with just a pass, but as time goes on, I tend to forget how serious it could be for me as a doctor-to-be who is going to treat patients with various diseases.
D (which is the lowest grade for pass) is the lowest limit given to me by myself for every formative assessment and exam. However, I never thought that what would happen to my patient if I am just a D grade doctor. The patient might lose their life or might have a lot of complications and it is all because I as their doctor do not have the knowledge which is needed to save them.
Just like what my lecturer said: “There is nothing which is not important in pathology.” Maybe we can also say that: “There is nothing which is not important in medicine.” I don’t think it is correct for us to study more on this disease and leave that disease aside; it is because every minor thing is very important to patient, they might die because of the thing that you thought it is not important.

I don’t want to be a D grade doctor. Never.

Saturday, October 13, 2007

bunkai unsu

one word: superb!

Friday, October 12, 2007

can i??

Finally, the exam is over and the result was released. I passed, but with a kinda awkward grade. (Why must Dean announce the mark? Couldn’t he just tell us our grade? Zzzz…) I know that I’ll blame myself for not studying hard enough and tell myself that I MUST study hard for next semester again and again and again after I got my result, but it appears to be useless. Few weeks’ later, when new semester starts, when more and more temptations come in, when my will power is not that strong anymore, when I start to slack off, everything will go back to normal again. (which is slacking, slacking and slacking.) I do not deny that I am not a person with high self-discipline, so can anyone please teach me or give me some advice on how to discipline myself?? This exam really frightened me, I thought that I am going to fail and lose my PTPTN for this semester. I don’t want the same thing to happen on me again when I am preparing for my first professional exam part 2. I want to be confident when I step into the exam hall.

Can I? answer: yes, I can.

Thursday, October 4, 2007


I moved my English blog here from friendster because I don’t wish too many people to see how broken is my English. So please be happy if you are one of them who know this place because I am willing to let u know how poor is my English…wahahahahaha!