Wednesday, 13 July 2011


The conversion land from forest to agriculture resulted of deforestation in widespread.Apart from reducing the amount of the original forests and forest biodiversity and wildlife,deforestation also contribute to soil erosion,deposition,damage to the slope and landslide in Malaysia.Deforestation continued and deforestation in the catchment water will affect water quality of water resources,affect ability to re-groundwater and cause more flooding in lowland areas.
Moreover,expansion of urban areas and direct industrial development has resulted in major changes to natural ecosystems compared with the urban jungle.Environmental issues related to urbanization and industrial development is more complex and often more difficult to handle.This includes waste and sewerage,conservation of green areas in the municipality,the problem of urban heat and pollution of air and water.
Because of that,we have to do enforcement integrated in eradicate illegal logging.A river n sea will contaminated and environment perishable effect from activity illegal logging conducted in massive without realize effect will came.From work illegal logging,it will also bringing destruction to problem as flood,global warming,soil erosion and so on.
Beside that,illegal logging also involve endangered animals and habitat destruction.The forest cut for purpose logging,agriculture,opening of the settlement and a new city and industry.Deforestation ecosystems,forest tree the threatened destruction of the extinction us various forest orchids and pitcher,wildlife facing the the threat of extinction us deer.
In conclusion,in Malaysia is a national growing and advanced in various field.But,the rapid growth of the many people not aware that it also bring effect side environmental.Development and exploration activity was disturbing the ecological system earth and cause soil erosion.

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I was part of that is due a large garden with many tree morfologi.When to I not cut,I feel very happy.On the other hand,I feel always appreciated.
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Effects of all the animals have taken shelter of the trees are endangered animals will occur and loss of habitat.
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When trees are cut,the environment will change.There will be global warming,floods,landslides,soil erosion,extinction of animals and loss of habitat
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Changes that will occur after the trees are cut down is to make the new city area and where industrial.
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Message I want to give to people cutting down trees is that we must appreciate the many benefits of trees,for example,trees can produce oxygen.Beside that,we must protect the environment.
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In my opinion,the use of technology in reducing and minimizing the problem of deforestation is the showcase of the beauty and benefits of trees,to appreciate nature,said the effects would occur if deforestation done.
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Material Arts To Protect Student in Malaysia

In Malaysia,student by must martial arts .Many student need to learn martial art for protect self.The material arts is very important and many interest.Interest can we collect with variety this material arts namely silat,teakwando,silambam and so on.
First,give muslim student,they eligible for seeking knowledge silat.This silat many using verses.The variety silat available as silat gayung,silat cekak,and so on.The student can increased of knowledge and skills.Beside that,student also will can sell-care from crime with own without help other people.
Second,student also can learn teakwando.The teakwando chiness country of origin.But,the teakwando increasingly popular in Malaysia.Many school make the units uniform in extra-curricular activities.The activities also,can prevent themselves from engaging activitiesthat negatively.
Third,moreover,the student also can take the part in material arts namely silambam.The silambam judging by mejoriti for Indian people.This silambam,one material arts very challenging,also many using weapons,for example wood.It also,can foster cooperation and unity.
In summary,student want take choose one material arts can protect self from threat danger.

Sunday, 26 June 2011

Question 3(Ella Escanted)

The Movie Ella Escanted a story about , a young woman who was given a "gift" of obedience by a fairy named Lucinda. Anything anyone tells her to do, she must obey. Ella always careful at anything place.She also try for far self but can’t.The power magic ,be kind and be bad also. The time Ella child,her mother was passes way.Ella force follow his father.Time Ella adult His father marry again.Ella receive step mother with very happy.She follow all instruction step mother and stepchild.But step mother very evil.She always command do work.Her step mother and stepchild like bully Ella. One day,step mother and stepchild Ella know about Ella be power magic can follow instruction.At the time,stepchild force Ella steal.Ella force for does but failed.Ella continue to do instruction.She be arrested by many people.Her stepmother very angry with him.At one night,step mother and stepchild has received consideration.Conclusion,we shall do good to all people though is not flesh and blood.

Thursday, 23 June 2011



The Songkran festival (Thai: สงกรานต์, from Sanskrit saṃkrānti,[1] "astrological passage") is celebrated in Thailand as the traditional New Year's Day from 13 to 15 April. It coincides with the New Year of many calendars of South and Southeast Asia.
The date of the festival was originally set by astrological calculation, but it is now fixed. If these days fall on a weekend, the missed days off are taken on the weekdays immediately following. If they fall in the middle of the week, many Thai take off from the previous Friday until the following Monday. Songkran falls in the hottest time of the year in Thailand, at the end of the dry season. Until 1888 the Thai New Year was the beginning of the year in Thailand; thereafter 1 April was used until 1940. 1 January is now the beginning of the year. The traditional Thai New Year has been a national holiday since then.
Songkran has traditionally been celebrated as the New Year for many centuries, and is believed to have been adapted from an Indian festival. It is now observed nationwide, even in the far south. However, the most famous Songkran celebrations are still in the northern city of Chiang Mai, where it continues for six days and even longer. It has also become a party for foreigners and an additional reason for many to visit Thailand for immersion in another culture.

Inti Raymi

Inti Raymi

Inti Raymi or the “Festival of the Sun,” falls on June 21 or 22, the date of the southern hemisphere’s winter solstice, the shortest day of the year. Indigenous communities throughout the Andean highland countries of South America celebrate the winter solstice with ceremonies designed to bring the Sun back and shorten the longest night. Incan in origin, Inti Raymi honored the sun as the source of light, heat, and life, and celebrated the start of a new planting season. The name Inti Raymi comes from the Quechua language: inti means “sun” and raymi means “festival.” The largest festival takes place in Cuzco, Peru, the ancient capital of the Incan civilization and empire. In Cuzco, Inti Raymi has grown into a major tourist attraction. Thousands of people visit the city to enjoy the performances by folkloric groups and to watch the theatrical presentation of the Incan ceremony, the focal point of the celebration

Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras

The terms "Mardi Gras" ( /ˈmɑrdiɡrɑː/), "Mardi Gras season", and "Carnival season",[1][2][3][4][5] in English, refer to events of the Carnival celebrations, beginning on or after Epiphany and culminating on the day before Ash Wednesday. Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday" (in ethnic English tradition, Shrove Tuesday), referring to the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season, which begins on Ash Wednesday. Related popular practices are associated with celebrations before the fasting and religious obligations associated with the penitential season of Lent. Popular practices include wearing masks and costumes, overturning social conventions, dancing, sports competitions, parades, etc. Similar expressions to Mardi Gras appear in other European languages sharing the Christian tradition. In English, the day is called Shrove Tuesday, associated with the religious requirement for confession before Lent begins.
In many areas, the term "Mardi Gras" has come to mean the whole period of activity related to the celebratory events, beyond just the single day. In some US cities, it is now called "Mardi Gras Day" or "Fat Tuesday".[1][2][3][4][5] The festival season varies from city to city, as some traditions consider Mardi Gras the entire period between Epiphany or Twelfth Night and Ash Wednesday.[6] Others treat the final three-day period before Ash Wednesday as the Mardi Gras.[7] In Mobile, Alabama, Mardi Gras-associated social events begin in November, followed by mystic society balls on Thanksgiving,[6][8] then New Year's Eve, followed by parades and balls in January and February, celebrating up to midnight before Ash Wednesday. In earlier times parades were held on New Year's Day.[6] Other cities famous for Mardi Gras celebrations include Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Barranquilla, Colombia, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Quebec City, Canada; Mazatlán, Sinaloa in Mexico; and New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.
Carnival is an important celebration in Catholic European nations. In the United Kingdom and Ireland, the week before Ash Wednesday is called "shrovetide", ending on Shrove Tuesday. It has its popular celebratory aspects as well. Pancakes are a traditional food. Pancakes and related fried breads or pastries made with sugar, fat and eggs are also traditionally consumed at this time in many parts of Latin America and the Caribbean.

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Obon celebration

Obon Celebration

Obon is one of the most important Japanese traditions. People believe that their ancestors' spirits come back to their homes to be reunited with their family during Obon and pray for the spirits. For the reason, Obon is an important family gathering time, and many people return to their hometowns.
Obon was originally celebrated around the 15th day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar. Obon periods are nowadays different in various regions of Japan. In most regions, Obon is celebrated around August 15th, and it typically begins 13th and ends 16th of August. In some areas in Tokyo, Obon is celebrated around July 15th, and it is still celebrated on the 15th day of the seventh month in the lunar calendar in many areas in Okinawa.
Japanese people clean their houses and place a variety of food offerings such as vegetables and fruits to the spirits of ancestors in front of a butsudan (Buddhist altar). Chochin lanterns and arrangements of flower are usually placed by the butsudan.
On the first day of Obon, chochin lanterns are lit inside houses, and people go to their family's grave to call their ancestors' spirits back home. It's called mukae-bon. In some regions, fires called mukae-bi are lit at the entrances of houses to guide the spirits. On the last day, people bring the ancestor's spirits back to the grave, hanging chochin painted with the family crest to guide the spirits. It's called okuri-bon. In some regions, fires called okuri-bi are lit at entrances of houses to send the ancestors' spirits. During Obon, the smell of senko (Japanese incense sticks) fills Japanese houses and cemeteries.
Toro Nagashi (floating lanterns) is a tradition often observed during Obon. People send off their ancestors' spirits with the lanterns, lit by a candle inside and floated down a river to the ocean. Also, Bon Odori (folk dance) is widely practiced on Obon nights. Styles of dance vary from area to area, but usually Japanese taiko drums keep the rhythms. People go to their neighborhood Bon Odori held at parks, gardens, shrines, or temples, wearing yukata (summer kimono) and dance around a yagura stage. Anyone can participate in Bon Odori, so join the circle and imitate what others are doing.
Top Obon Events in Japan
Obon is not a Japanese national holiday, but many people take vacations during this time so that they can visit their hometowns. Especially, mid August is the peak travel season like Golden Week in Japan. Airports, train stations, and highways are jammed with travelers.