Roll On : Review on Hamasah As Syabab and Aiman Azlan

May 30, 2014

Here how it goes. There is this event called Mega Gempak held by the medical students here. It's quite something as during my first year the didn't do much on things like this. Actually, there is no program at all from their side. 

This 9 days event have a few like sub events (sorry for my bad english) and one of it is this forum called "Pandang Belakang, Pandang Depan : Di Mana Kita?".
The topic was quite long and the moderator was like annoying/interesting kind of person and each time he mention the topic we all would be like laughing annoyingly hearing it (he purposely does that for making the forum more fun, he is not that annoying of a person actually)

Well, I just need to express that. Badly.

Back to bussiness folks! The panelist were Afiq Sazlan from Hamasah As Syabab and Aiman Azlan. To be frank, I am only there, watching the forum, because of Aiman Azlan. I believe he can deliver good stuff and YUP i was right. Money well spend!

Regarding Afiq Sazlan, I don't know him at all. Hamasah As Syabab is actually something like a production company and he is that person that want to make a movie that is worth watching for as compared to current Malaysian movies (as how I understand it, he got like a longer explanation, I just sum it up)

So, was it good? It was so good!!

I like it when two different kind of people, having same belief, giving out opinions in forum. It widen your way of thinking and for person like me, I like to analyse peoples cause from there I can really understand how he can say so and so. 

Firstly, mind yourself from what I'll be saying. This is me giving opinion regarding both of them as I see it from this forum. No, i'm not that kind of person who always look up for their new updates or vlog or stuff. 

Bismillah ,

Aiman Azlan.

He is sweet and soft. He is that kind of person when you do bad things and want to be made understand that you still have chance for Allah forgiveness. He gives out opinion in such manner that it capture your heart softly and advice you like a loving mother. I purposely use to word "mother" to show how he is when he delivers his point. He got nice sense of humour and it makes people feel comfortable with him.

Afiq Sazlan.

He is that person who didn't bother to read about Ahmad Ammar. Yet he still read it at some point (sorry, I can't remember why he decide to read it, but he does say that he read it halfway through only). He gives solid point, that stab to your heart. Not like things that makes you "tersentap", it is more like a realization. The harsh truth. He goes with solid confident and he walks with vision and mission. 

Hee. I didn't quite tell much right? 

As the forum goes, audience grow likings toward Afiq Sazlan. It's because the crowd are of students. Those who studies medic and health. Those of critical thinkers. Some may thought Afiq Sazlan was a better talker, but it is really because of their different personality and because Afiq Sazlan suits the audience best.

We need them both. There are times when people are hard to be convinced and people like Aiman Azlan is needed. He can win their heart and slowly make them fell that Islam is a religion of fitrah.

And then we got time where they have forgotten or become weak and negligent. Then we need Afiq Sazlan. He can help to affirm their faith and make them strong to move forward.

I do think this point a little bit exaggarated but well, this is how I see it. 

Oh ya, Afiq Sazlan win our heart when he quickly bow down upon unexpectedly seeing the usher (a woman of course) behind him during handing souvenirs ceremony. 

There is this one point Aiman Azlan mention that I like the most.

Istiqamah is not always do it. It is to quickly go back to it when you lost your track.

Actually, I don't quite really onto writing this. I randomly put this point on the things that I want to write and a friend of mine was keen on me to write this up. Apologies for any wrong say and do take my point as something to be think of, not to be believe.

Roll On : Lost in Selayang

May 27, 2014

A few days back, a friend of mine, Amirah wanted to buy some fruits at Chow Kit. I want it also and plus a pair of slacks. So, we went there together and in the middle of it she mention that Sogo was having this sale. She always his wanted to buy a nice handbag for her mom and I just want to jalan-jalan there and then somehow we ended up in a taxi for Sogo. Well,Sogo was having sale, the clack maybe cheaper and better there than in UO Supermarket at Chow Kit. 

To be frank, it wasn't that far away actually, about 5 minutes journey including a little traffic jam because of the traffic light.

Well, we would never took a picture of a mall.

But amazingly the sale wasn't as cheap as we thought. We ended up buying no bags and head for the supermarket. I didn't notice that Sogo have a mall until that day! They even have Manhattan Fishmarket there. I was quite shock and seeing a Chatime kiosk, I quickly grab one. Milk tea was so not my taste! I can't even finish it. 

Actually, I salah order. I want hazelnut chocolate one. Minus the milk tea. That one is soooooooooooo good!

Then, on the way back we thought we would  take a bus. There is this bus having Chow Kit sign on it. Just to be sure we even asked the driver and he say yes that the bus was heading to Chow Kit. So he say it is!

The one we took got cushion chair, we almost fall asleep. :D

The bus actually have passed Chow Kit and was heading to his last stop. All the way to Selayang! 

Me and Amirah being rather blurred we just keep quite and was thinking that he may eventually go to Chow Kit. But he is not. At the last stop he say that we would need to take other bus since he has finished his duty.

The funny thing thing is, we were not all panic or anything. We were laughing and was thinking that it seems so surreal. The "journey" took about 45 minutes. Can't you imagine how we was like diam all the way doing nothing though we know Chow Kit was ONLY 5 MINUTE AWAY from Sogo. We were quite helpless at that time. Sigh~

Waiting for the next bus, we went for solat first and actually missed the bus. Being like ok whatever, we went into this computer appliances shop and ended up buying a headphone set. You can see how laid back we are at that time.

To be fair, it was really cheap! I even wanted to buy a wireless mouse since it was only RM25 but I was holding back cause at UKM was having Karnival 1 Malaysia. I thought it would be cheaper there. We have checked the headphone set price, it is totally was cheaper here in Selayang.

So, while testing and paying and blablabla. We missed another bus, the abang working at that shop was like you should really try to stop the bus. Well, whatever-lah. Haha. I think we are crazily too laid back at that time.

Then, in waiting for the next bus, I was promoting this Pak Tam restaurant to Amirah saying that their Mee Rebus is delicious. There is Pak Tam restaurant near there actually. Amirah was fasting and was keen on having something delicious for iftar. So we went there and then grab ourselves bihun sup. Wasn't bad at all. It cost RM5 and they gives you plenty of soup and the garnishing was quite a lot as well. 

this is some old picture, the latest signboard look more fancy~

And eventually, having bought our dinner, we finally on our way back to Chow Kit. It took about half an hour this time. We got our hand full this time. TEEHEE

And as the first driver say, we really do stop at Chow Kit and finally bought the fruits that was actually the first reason we went out that day. Alhamdulillah~

In conclusion : 

The oranges were too sour and i didnt finish it untill today.

The wireless mouse at Karnival 1 Malaysia was wayyyyyy expensive that if i went back to selayang , buy the wireless mouse and back to Chow Kit it would still be cheaper.

 Well. you can't always get what you want right?

The lessons is, we should take action as soon as we know we are in the wrong path.

And accept everything full heartedly, Allah have meant it too happen for a reason/s.

Most importanly, PLAN WELL.


(click on the page "Being UKM KL + FFAR student to see the post that I have written so far)

Really, i got quite a lot of things to tell. I would go into a certain adventures and then i would be dreaming on posting it into the blog but i just can't found the time!

Well, the thing is being a university student and also being here in KUALA LUMPUR, the city of Malaysia, it gives you all sort of oppurtunity. I like it so much! The chances of doing anything is almost endless. Alhamdulillah for little old me to have such a big possibilities to do a lot of things and to learn a lot more too. 

Furthermore, i just need to share how to live in KL as a UKM students. At least from my point of view. It is quite ashamed for me to simple kept it to myelf. Not to mention all those silly things that i have encountered. You all can only imagine how impulsiveness could bring you miles away. Like literally, MILES AWAY.

Lets do a list and with Allah permission, insyaAllah i would be storytelling this dilly dally things here for sharing purposes. 

  1. Lost in Selayang.
  2. Monorail vs  LRT vs KTM
  3. 5 shopping mall in one day
  4. Relaxing day at KL Festival
  5. Book Fair at PWTC (2013)
  6. Book Fair at PWTC (2014)
  7. To Sri Pentas Bandar Utama 
  8.  Awesome Malacca trip with friend
  9.  Awesome Terengganu trip with friends
  10.  Eat out at Kampung Baru - HR Steak House
  11. Eat out at Kampung Baru - Restoren Kapal
  12. Eat out at Kampung Baru - Steamboat Mama
  13. Eat out at Kampung Baru - Restoran Suraya
  14. Chow Kit Road
  15. Sri Petaling Street
  16. Jalan TAR
  17. Banks around UKM KL
  18. Buying ticket to go home
  19. Living in KL with a scooter
  20. Handling Program At UKM KL 101
  21. Aquaria KLCC
  22. KLCC park
  23. Fancy Restaurant You Should Go
  24. At Sungai Congkak
  25. Awesome Orphanage 
  26. Review on Hamasah As Syabab and Aiman Azlan
  27. My little project - Epharmaline 
  28. Escape to Cameron Highland
  29. (the list may be added)
 So, i really hope i could write all of these wonderful thingsss and hopefully i'll get a lot more experience in the future.

I would love to go to Japan one day