“My Country, Malaysia Is My Homeland”. Yes, and I will never ever deny it till my very last breath. Malaysia, is a land flowing with milk and honey. It is my land of Canaan that God has put me and my family in. Malaysia is indeed a beautiful country even today and none can deny that. “Everyone wants to go to heaven, but no one wants to die”. It means everyone wants to enjoy success, but only few are willing to work hard or take the risks involved in achieving it. As a grateful citizen, I would like to do something for my beloved country, Malaysia. I had always dreamt to be a politician one day, so that I would be able to do more things for our country.
As a caliber politician, firstly, I will practise being eco-friendly, which includes not littering on the sidewalks, using environmentally friendly products, and employing eco-friendly practices at work. For instance, stop using aerosol, a collection of airborne particles dispersed in a gas, smoke, or fog. Otherwise, the ozone layer will be thinner and thinner. Ozone layer is a layer of the atmosphere composed of ozone gas that resides above the Earth’s surface and absorbs solar ultraviolet radiation that can be harmful to living organisms. For another example, I will use recyclable bag instead of using plastic bags that are not biodegradable. We need to be aware of the environmental issues. Considering their somewhat placid appearance, the impact of plastic bags on the environment can be devastating. Plastic bags cause over 100,000 sea turtle and other marine animal deaths every year when animals mistaken them for food. And one of the worst environmental effects of plastic bags is that they are non-biodegradable. The decomposition of plastic bags takes about 400 years. No one will live so long to witness decomposition of plastic. Thus, save the environment for the future generation of humans as well as animals. A greener nation is a more progressive nation, and it is healthier for you and your local community too!
Plastic Bags hanging from the branches, flying in the air, stuck in corners racing along with the vehicles on the road are – as we all can see – PLASTIC BAGS. This wonder material of the 20th century has invaded every aspect of our lives; it is all over the place messing up the streets and parks, clogging up the drains and gutters. These plastic bags or shoppers as they are commonly called are ...
The weakest links in Malaysia’s solid waste management regime have been the low level of public awareness and slow pace of recycling in the community. This has further created a keen desire for me to launch my recycling campaign. The concept of recycling is a simple yet important one, so I hope that this campaign will create enough awareness for everyone before taking it to the next level of environmental awareness, where many other issues would need to be addressed in relation to global warming. Amongst the efforts include eliminating recycle bin contamination and to remind users of what can and cannot be placed in the bins. Bin contamination occurs when un-recyclable materials are placed in recycling containers and this in turn would escalate the overall recycling costs which will be incurred to maintain the cleanliness of the environment.
Political corruption is the use of power by government officials for illegitimate private gain. I believe that everyone wants to live a clean country without corruption, abuse of power and clean electoral. If I am a politician, I will first be impartial to everyone no matter what I do, so that everyone will follow my steps of treating everyone equally because I certainly believe that example is better than precept. For example, snatchers should get their little punishment based on what they had done. For the people who involved in drugs related crime, they should have the greater punishment than normal. This is to proved that crime does not pay and they will think twice before they repeat the action. In this way, the crime rates in Malaysia will also decrease.
Recently, many students complained that studying History is just a waste of time. Some students hate to study history of Malaysia, said that it is not interesting. Some students are confused, if they are studying History to gain knowledge about history or just to score in exams. In my opinion, of course, it is not vital to know the history of the world or even of your own country. You can get through your life perfectly well if you do not know your country’s history. Ignorance of history will not likely keep you from getting a job, other than that of history teacher. What I can tell the students is that we study History to learn from our past and to hopefully give us clues so that we don’t repeat our mistakes. “Our” history, I assume means the history of the country we live in. Indeed, we need to know our history, so that we can understand where we are in time and how we can relate to the rest of the world. There are a couple of benefits if you study history. First, knowing history can make you a better citizen of a democracy. It gives you insight into what works and what does not. It helps you understand which things are problems and which are not. Second, Studying history can also help you with your reasoning skills. This is something that is truly important. If you cannot think, you cannot hold a really good job. History forces you to think if it is taught properly. Therefore, I advise that students should study History as a better Malaysian.
Case Study for Student Analysis This first thing, which Carl should do, is to contact Monica and tell her about the problems he is having at the moment. He should explain everything in detail, so the best way to do would be to send her email. At the end of the letter he should reassure her that despite all of these difficulties, he will do his best to change the situation, and have everything on ...
Celebrating holidays is absolutely important for the further development of our country. It unites our nation. Every year on 31st August, we celebrate the independence of our beloved country Malaysia. We get a public holiday for it, we hold a grand celebration at the Dataran Merdeka, we display with pride the Jalur Gemilang at home and at work – it is a day full of celebration, to commemorate the day our country acquired its freedom from western colonisation. And while we celebrate Merdeka this year in a less celebratory mood as it falls during Aidilfitri, let us take this opportunity to observe the 55th anniversary with a slightly different approach. This year, let us focus the day’s significance to ourselves, observe how each of us play a role in the development of our country. I feel that many of you do not realise that you are a valuable contributor to our country’s growth and progress. You may think what you do for a living is insignificant when compared to the country’s corporate heads and leaders. But in reality, every person in this country makes up the workforce of the country’s economic workforce, and each has an equal role in the creation and development of the country. Therefore, everyone should really celebrate holidays together, especially during Independence Day since it plays an important role in our country.
Discuss how hunger and malnutrition influence the health and development of communities .Then explain how community participation and national political commitment can help to address the effects of hunger and malnutrition ?. Firstly I will describe health, hunger and malnutrition , then discuss the social , physical and economic effects of hunger and malnutrition and illustrate how hunger and ...
As a celebrity, I would like to say that we, as the citizens of Malaysia should really do something for our country to take our country to greater height. For instance, we should work harder to bring further development of our country. Whatever industry you are in and whatever you do to make an honest living, you must know that, you have an impact on the country’s economic development. It should not just be about making money for a living. Do know that whatever work you do, in one way or another, has an impact to the society and country. Each of you, whether you are a corporate executive, a taxi driver, a teacher, a student, a farmer, a shopkeeper, or a sanitation worker, are an integral part of an intricate socio-economic machinery that moves this nation forward. Our forefathers took pride in their endeavours to secure this nation’s independence and ensuing development. They had a vision for a free and prosperous country. We now have a vision for a fully-developed, high-income country. It is now our turn at the reins. We inherited this country, and I believe, the same spirit to defend its prosperity. Therefore we must take pride in what we do. Take pride in the fact that, our success in our occupation contributes to the success of the country. This is our role as a Malaysian, our part in the country’s wellbeing. It is thus very important that this pride must come along with the spirit and determination to perform the best. It is not just a job for the paycheck at the end of the month. It is part of a patriotic struggle to take the country to greater heights.
On the other hand, I will hold a few charity events, which are to help the people who need my help such as the tsunami victims in Japan and the earthquake victims in China. They need our help so badly. They lose their home and possession. Some even lose their family during the disaster. But helping them, a lot money will be needed. Therefore, I’ll first find several celebrity, such as Datuk Lee Chong Wei, Nicol Ann David, and Dato’ David Arumugum to help the victims. In this way, there will be no more financial problem. On the other hand, this proved that we, Malaysians are not selfish but love to lend a hand to people in need.
How Rich Countries Got Rich and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor By Erik S. Reinert The book How Rich Countries Got Rich and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor is written by Erik S. Reinert and it is published in 2007. Reinert is a 62-year-old Norwegian economist who specializes in development economics and economic history (Wikipedia). Reinert attended the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland (where he ...
As a politician, I will be the good example to the citizens because the pen is mightier than the sword. I will purchase flags, bumper stickers, or any other emblems at a local store. Hang them on my car, my front lawn, or anywhere that can outwardly show my respect to our country, Malaysia . I will also treat the flag with the utmost respect. Moreover, I will obey traffic laws. For example, you must pay attention to signs. Many people are so accustomed to their usual routes that they forget to look at the traffic signs. Next, if you have relocated or you are planning on spending an extended amount of time in a different state, brush up on their laws of the road. Every state has their own driving laws. Some vastly different than others. In most cases, it is best to drive a little slower than you are sure of if you are not certain of the posted rules of the road. This of course is in most cases, you can be fined if you are driving too slow, especially on highways as driving too slow is a hazard to other drivers. And of course, the most basic habit that every driver should have, that is not to proceed until the light turns green. In this way, not only our safety are assured but the rate of traffic congestion that happened in our country will decrease. This is just like killing two birds with one stone!
If I become a celebrity, which means that I will live a celebrity live, which also means that I will be quite a rich guy. With the money I have, I will build a hospital in poor urban and rural communities to help the poor when they need any consultation or treatment from doctor. Furthermore, building a school at poor urban and rural communities for the poor students is also a good idea. About the fees, I will only charge them a little so that at least I will not be at a loss. But I will be facing several problems for that. One of the greatest problems in poor communities is the frequent loss of a positive vision of the future. It seems that the media, university research, and government agencies conspire to paint negative pictures of neighbourhoods and schools while ignoring the powerful capacities that exist within each. In such situations, families, community members, teachers, and children themselves all too frequently develop these
The primary focus of this district is the education of our students. However, it would be irresponsible to overlook the fact that school also plays a crucial role in the social and emotional development of our district’s children. Because of this, any decisions that directly affect the students must be examined very carefully. The issue at had is that of school uniforms. Would our students benefit ...
self-destructive images of their own lives and their communities. Many schools, across urban and rural settings, are constrained by very limited resources and high levels of poverty. Such conditions of economic injustice create barriers that make it especially challenging to build successful inclusive schools and communities. However, I will not give up so easily. No matter how hard the task is, I will give my best to fulfill it.
Lastly but not least, after the students have finished studying the secondary school, I will suggest them to further their studies in college or university. I will also pay for them. The same thing, I, as the eldest son in my family will pay for my brothers and sisters. They had a pretty good results too. My brother had got 10 A+ for his SPM (Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia) last year. Therefore, to not waste their intelligence and talent, I will sponsor them to further their studies, hoping that they will administer the country better later and bring our country to a greater height.
Dear readers, are we ever grateful for the independence that we have today? Leaders and citizens of Malaysia today, let us all put our differences aside and let us work together with one spirit and in unity. Remember that we are all under the watchful eyes of the future generation who are tomorrow’s leaders! What we sow that is what our future generation is going to reap! Let us abolish every thing that creates disunity among the people. Let us have a clean country without corruption and abuse of power. We need good leaders to govern the country. So let us not say that Malaysia is not a good country. Friends, if there is one black sheep in the family, are we going to say that the family is not a good family? Likewise it is with our country Malaysia! We cannot say that Malaysia is not a good country because of some irresponsible, corrupted, selfish and power crazy leaders up there who are governing the country according to their tune. Friends, we have the power to make a change if we want to. Once again, remember that nothing is impossible!
"I do not know how to feel about Latinos here. This [is] my home. I do not feel like I have took it from no one" says Ramerro Hernandez, a twenty-five year old hispanic originally from Mexico. "I think it was harder when I was a kid. No one had it good. I really think [of] this as my home. I am American, just like the whites." Ramerro moved to Texas when he was two or three, he doesn't really ...