Monday, March 25, 2013

Pengalaman Hidupku selepas VSS part 1


Hurmmm.. susah betul  nak dapatkan kerja sekarang walaupun ada degree.....

Pada bulan Ogos 2012 aku ditawarkan VSS oleh manager di tempat kerjaku,kerana kilangku ingin tutup beberapa department. Aku dengan senang hatinya terima tawaran walaupun di halang ramai sekerjaku yang mengantakan sekarang susah unuk mendapatkan  pekerjaan baru,aku dengan egonya tak menghiraukan amaran dari rakan-rakan sekerjaku..Aku fikir dengana degree aku ada boleh dapat kerja lain dengan segera.

Setelah aku mendapat duit pampasan dari syarikat sebalyak 13K. Aku fikir lebih baik aku berniaga dahulu sebelum minta pekerjaan lain.Aku dana adikku sepakat untuk buka bisnes  jual pakaian di Down Town Cheras, Pada awal  bisnes aku dikatakan boleh la cukup makan. Episod malangku bermula apabila keretaku terpaksa dimasukkan ke bengkel untuk dibaiki akibat kerosakkan semasa aku kemalangan dahulu. Aku ingatkan mengambil masa sekejapa sahaja, sebab tauke bengkel tu cakap ahhh sekejap je nie 2 minggu boleh siap la. tunggu punya tunggu sampai 2 bulan keretaku berada di bengkel. selama keretaku di bengkel aku terpaksa meminjam kereta kawan baikku untuk meneruskan bisnesku hanya dapat kugumakan selama 2 minggu. selepas itu bisnesku terpaksa ditutup sementara waktu

Selepas keretaku siap dibaiki aku menerusikan balik bisnes aku, tapi malangnya bisnesku mula ketiadaan pelangan dan menyebabkan  aku terpaksa tutup disebabkab kos overhead..

Selepas daripada itu aku mula mencari kerja kosong melalui laman web aku hantar permohonan tapi hasinya x ada.... sambungan part 2

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

History of Samurai Names

During the course of his life, the samurai could expect to be known by a series of names. Sometimes confounding to the historian, this tradition occasionally produced a myriad number of tags for a single well-known samurai. Each name carried with it a certain significance, as we will see in the following, brief overview of this topic. As the samurai of the 15th to 16th Century provide us with the best-documented examples, these will be drawn on for cases in point. Taken generally, these customs may be assumed to have been historically universal (with the exception, of course, of Christian names).
Childhood. At birth, a samurai was given a name by which he would be known until his coming of age ceremony. These were occasionally chosen to sound fortuitous or simply by fancy. In a well-known example of the former, Takeda Shingen was born Katsuchiyo, or '1000 Victories in Succession', or, simply, 'Victory Forever'.
These childhood names were often superceded to an extent within a samurai's household by a certain nicknaming custom. By tradition, the eldest son in a household was known as 'Taro', the second, 'Jiro', and the third, 'Saburo'. (Fans of Akira Kurosawa's films may remember this convention being applied in the movie Ran). These familial names might even linger into a samurai's adulthood, especially while his father was still in charge.
Famous samurai and their childhood names….

Date Masamune: Bontenmaru
Ii Naomasa: Manchiyo
Kobayakawa Takakage: Tokyujumaru
Môri Motonari: Shojumaru
Oda Nobunaga:
Sanada Yukimura: Gobenmaru
Takeda Shingen: Katsuchiyo
Tokugawa Ieyasu: Takechiyo
Tokugawa Hidetada: Nagamaru
Uesugi Kenshin: Torachiyo

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Adult Names. A samurai typically received his 'first' adult name upon the event of his coming of ag ceremony (normally conducted in his 14th year). This almost always consisted of two characters, one of which was hereditary to his family and another that might have been given him as a gift from an exalted personage (including the shôgun), or simply by whim. The hereditary character was often but not necessarily to be found in his own father's name. Often, a number of characters might be associated with a given family, changing with the fullness of time. To illustrate this point, we shall use the Môri lords as an example (covering from the mid-14th Century until 1600)….
The Môri also provide an example of 'gifting' characters. Môri Okimoto (the more famous Motonari's elder brother) received the Oki in his name from the powerful Ouchi YoshiOKI, a daimyô whose lands lay just to the west. Môri Takamoto, Motonari's son, recived the Taka in his tag from Yoshioki's son YoshiTAKA. Terumoto received the Teru in his name from the Shoôgun Ashikaga Yoshiteru. However incapacitated the Ashikaga shogunate may have been as a political power, it WAS nonetheless considered an honor to receive the award of a character from the shôgun's name.
Other well-known daimyô that received the honor of a shôgunal character….

Asakura YOSHIkage
Date TERUmune
Imagawa YOSHImoto
Matsunaga HisaHIDE
Shimazu YOSHIhisa
Takeda HARUnobu (Shingen)
Uesugi TERUtora (Kenshin)

Some samurai, especially lords, might opt to change the characters in their name at some future date, often as a result of the sort of reward mentioned above. Occasionally this name change might be made to mark a fortuitous event, or for political expediency. This could even extend to family names. Date Masamune, for example, was given the honorific family name Hashiba by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. During the 1590's he became close to Tokugawa (Matsudaira) Ieyasu and as a way of demonstrating his loyalty in a unsubtle gesture, he changed his family name to Matsudaira.Uesugi Kenshin provides us with a nice example of the various reasons a daimyô might change his name around. Originally called Nagao Kagetora, Kenshin later changed his name to Terutora when he was honored by the shogun, Ashikaga Yoshiteru (Kenshin being exceptionally filial to the Ashikaga). He changed his name again, to Masatora, when he was adopted by Uesugi Norimasa around 1551.
Religious names. Of course, the name Kenshin is the best known, and this provides us with an example of a Buddhist name. Many samurai - both daimyô and retainer - adopted Buddhist names at some point in their life, at least nominally taking up a monk's habit and shaving their heads. Some daimyô took this much more seriously then others (Kenshin being one of those), while a certain few, including Ôtomo Sorin, went from layman to Buddhist monk to Christian - and sometimes back again to Buddhist monk.
The following are some better-known daimyô who adopted Buddhist names (their secular names in parenthesis)...
Asakura Soteki (Norikage)
Hôjô Soun (Nagauji)
Ikeda Shonyû (Nobuteru)
Maeda Gen-I (Munehisa)
Miyoshi Chokei (Nagayoshi)
Ota Dôkan (Sukenaga)
Ôtomo Sorin (Yoshishige)
Takeda Shingen (Harunobu)
Uesugi Kenshin (Terutora)
Yamana Sozen (Mochitoyo)
In a practice unique to the mid to late 16th Century in Japan, samurai who had converted to Christianity were baptized with a western name. These are, of course, rarely used today in reference to any given figure, but were not uncommon. The following are examples of famous samurai and their 'Christian' names…
Gamo Ujisato: Dom Leao
Konishi Yukinaga: Dom Agostinho
Kuroda Yoshitaka: Dom Simeo
Omura Sumitada: Dom Bartolomeu
Ôtomo Sorin: Dom Francisco
Takayama Ukon: Dom Justo
Finally, certain well-known samurai names include titles or positions they held. These are not names in the truest sense, but might be applied to them as such. The following are some examples…
Furuta Oribe (Shigenari)
Takayama Ukon (Shigetomo)
Yamamoto Kansuke (Haruyuki)
Yamanaka Shikanosuke (YukiMôri)
Occasionally, a samurai might be referred to by the province he 'held' as the result of the honorific title 'lord of…' (…no kami). Baba Mino no kami Nobufusa might therefore be referred to as Baba Mino, or simply Mino…although only be those of at least equal social standing.
The final name a samurai would assume was his death name, given to him posthumously-essentially, a spirit name, and in some cases to mark his deification. This would be used in ceremonies and observances regarding ancestor worship. Here are some famous samurai and their 'ancestor names'…
Ôtomo Sorin: Sanhisai
Takeda Shingen: Hôsho-in
Tokugawa Ieyasu: Tosho-daigongen
Toyotomi Hideyoshi: Hokoku daimyôjin
Uesugi Kenshin: Sôshin

Friday, August 27, 2010

Champion League Group Draw

The 2010-11 UEFA Champions League group stage is now set after the draw took place in Monaco on Thursday and it proposes some interesting match-ups and intriguing possibilities.

Group AGroup B
Olympique Lyonnais
Werder Bremen Benfica
Tottenham Hotspur Schalke
Twente Hapoel Tel-Aviv
Group CGroup D
Manchester United
Valencia Panathinaikos
Rangers FC Copenhagen
Bursaspor Rubin Kazan
Group E
Group F
Bayern Munich Chelsea
Roma Marseille
Spartak Moscow
CFR Cluj MSK Zilina
Group G
Group H
AC Milan
Real Madrid
Shakhtar Donetsk
Ajax Sporting Braga

Arsenal Signing New Defender

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has today confirmed the signing of French centre-back Sebastien Squillaci fromSevilla.

The Spanish club had announced at the weekend that a £6.5 million deal had been agreed between the clubs, nd today the Gunners have announced the capture of the French international

The 30-year-old centre-back will not be available for the weekend game against Blackburn Rovers but he will be eligible for the Champions League campaign, after he was left out of Sevilla's play-off with Sporting Braga.

Speaking in a press conference today, Wenger stated that he is in no doubt the Gunners have acquired a fine player who will suit the fast-paced style of the Premier League.

"We needed a centre-back of quality and experience if possible, and at the right price - he was all of that," Wenger told reporters.

"He is a real defender and is good in the one against one, good in the air, and can score goals on set-pieces as well.

"I believe he will be suited to the English game. He will train with us tomorrow morning, but will not be involved on Saturday."

Squillaci moved to Sevilla in the summer of 2008 from Ligue 1 side Lyon, and has been capped 21 times for France.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Arsenal And Chelsea Big Won

Arsenal Vs Blackpool (6-0)

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Theo Walcott scored a thrilling hat-trick as Arsenal brought ten-man Blackpool down to earth with a 6-0 thrashing at the Emirates Stadium

Reduced in number by Ian Evatt's red card for a professional foul on Marouane Chamakh, Blackpool were powerless to resist an attacking onslaught led by the brilliant Walcott. His efforts were supplemented by an Andrei Arshavin penalty, an Abou Diaby finish and a Chamakh header.

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Rampant Chelsea continued their free-scoring start to the new Premier League campaign with a 6-0 win over sorry Wigan at the DW Stadium.

Nicolas Anelka and substitute Salomon Kalouboth bagged braces with Florent Malouda andYossi Benayoun also getting on the scoresheet as the champions cantered to their second win of the new season.

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Saturday, August 21, 2010

Premier League weekend previews

Wigan Athletic v Chelsea

Having opened the defence of their Premier League title with a 6-0 thrashing of West Bromwich Albion last week, Chelsea now face the team they beat 8-0 to secure the crown three months ago.

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Arsenal v Blackpool

Arsenal have included captain Cesc Fabregas, striker Robin van Persie, midfielder Alex Song and defender Johan Djourou in the squad for tomorrow's visit of Blackpool.

However, summer signing Laurent Koscielnyis suspended after the centre-back's dismissal at Liverpool and Brazilian midfielderDenilson is still out with an abdominal injury.

Winger Samir Nasri will be sidelined for a month after minor knee surgery while youngster Emmanuel Frimpong is set to miss most of the campaign after tearing knee ligaments.

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Everton v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Everton captain Phil Neville is a slight doubt for Saturday's Premier League clash against Wolves at Goodison Park.

The former England international has a foot injury but boss David Moyes is hopeful he will be fit to feature.

Striker Victor Anichebe is unlikely to play after having an injection in the knee to ease bone bruising.

Wolves have fresh injury concerns over three of their new signings.

Forward Steven Fletcher has a bruised foot, and manager Mick McCarthy will assess his fitness.

Defender Jelle Van Damme is described by McCarthy as a "serious doubt" after twisting his ankle, Steven Mouyokolomay also miss the match with a damaged hamstring, while Dave Edwards is out with a groin injury.

However, last season's to scorer Kevin Doyle is set to return from a calf injury which kept him out of the team's opening day win over Stoke.

Matchpack: Everton v Wolves

Stoke v Tottenham

Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones could make a swift return to action against Tottenham at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday.

Jones, who joined the Potters earlier this month for a club record £8million fromSunderland, limped off with an ankle problem barely 10 minutes into their Barclays Premier League opener at Wolves last weekend, but a series of scans and X-rays showed the Trinidadian had suffered only minor ligament damage.

Tottenham are hit by a major injury crisis with manager Harry Redknapp admitting he is struggling to fill his bench.

Peter Crouch is Spurs' only fit striker, with Jermain Defoe (groin), Robbie Keane (knee) and Roman Pavyluchenko (ankle) all out.

Giovani dos Santos (hamstring) also picked up an injury on the artificial pitch at Young Boys on Tuesday night, Luka Modric has failed to recover from his groin strain, while Redknapp must decide whether to field Ledley King or save him for Wednesday's Champions League return match with the Swiss side.

Birmingham v Blackburn

New signing Matt Derbyshire will make his Birmingham debut in their Barclays Premier League match against Blackburn at St Andrew's.

The former Rovers striker joined the Blues this week from Greek side Olympiacos on a season-long loan.

Nikola Zigic will also be pushing for a start up front after impressing off the bench in the 2-2 draw at Sunderland last week while Kevin Phillips (thigh) is the only definite absentee.

Blackburn's David Dunn is set to miss out due to a groin problem.

The midfielder picked up the injury in last week's 1-0 win over Everton and is not expected to be fit for selection until after the match at St Andrew's.

The same applies to Vince Grella (calf) but boss Sam Allardyce hopes to have both back for next week's Carling Cup encounter with Norwich City

Friday, August 20, 2010

Spain Rampage: Bull jumps, charges into crowd injuring 40 at bullfight

40 people were injured in northern Spain on Wednesday when a raging bull jumped into the packed grandstands of a bullring and ran amok. The terrifying incident happened in Tafalla, in the northern region of Navarra, and occurred when the animal leapt over the fence and climbed up the stairs of the stands knocking over people, including young children