Edit Blog Termurah !

March 28, 2014
Assalamualaikum !
Sudah berkonvo, sudah siap editkan blog customer baru hari ni Mimin nak update post entry..
Sekarang Mimin open pada sesiapa yang nak serahkan blognya dengan hasil tangan Mimin. kehkehkeh



Customer ni baru run business. Dia minta mimin create kan blog untuk site dia.
siapa nak tengok live view boleh klik dalizgrafix.blogspot.com

Listing Price:
  • Full Template (header, post title, sidebar, footer, about me) = RM20 
  • Basic Template (header, post title, sidebar) = RM15
  • Blogskin template = RM30
  • header, footer dan banner bergerak = RM10

p/s: first come first serve. Siapa buat payment dulu baru Mimin start editkan yang penting sekali janji tak cerewet.

Menerima pelajar praktikal yang masih belajar di dalam bidang Graphic Design.

March 25, 2014
Assalamualaikum ..
Adam's Print Shoppe sedang mencari / menerima pelajar praktikal yang masih belajar di dalam bidang Graphic Design. Bagi pelajar yang berminat untuk menjalani praktikal Graphic Design sila hantar permohonan dan butiran diri anda ke:-
  • dalizgrafix@gmail.com 
  • Elaun bulanan disediakan. 
  • Untuk maklumat lanjut, email ke : dalizgrafix@gmail.com 
atau
  • hadir ke Pejabat kami di;
    DALIZ GRAFIX (002305849-M)No.6 JALAN SUADAMAI 1/3,BANDAR TUN HUSSEIN ONN,CHERAS, 43200SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN. 
  • Tel : 03- 9082 4242 
  • H/P : (Pn. Dalila) 012-364 4805

Konvokesyen Politeknik Merlimau Melaka Kali ke-13 (2014)

Alhamdulillah, finally Mimin officially graduate as Diploma Business in Studies (Management). Lama tunggu nih. Tahun lepas habis, 22 March 2014 baru konvo. Phewww! lega rasa sebab semua dalam keadaan terkawal. tapi agak kelam kabut, mana tidaknya. Duduk rumah maksu area Durian Tunggal, tempat majlis di Merlimau. Senang cerita, belum siap sepenuhnya bila daa sampai Merlimau. Akhirnya Mimin terlepas untuk merakamkan detik manis bersama-sama kawan sekelas T.T

Majlis ni, tidak mengikut angka giliran mahupun nama. kami di sediakan kod bar lagi memudahkan majlis. Yang menyakitkan hati bila MC panggil nama Mimin dengan panggilan Yasmin BIN Adam. Adehhh ! sejak bila Mimin tukar jantina Cik MC oi. Ni yang buat Mimin nak sambung belajar lagi ni. hehe

kesayangan Mimin yang hadir semasa majlis :)











Salima AF bergelar isteri kedua kepada pendakwah terkenal

March 12, 2014
3 bulan Salima AF bergelar isteri kedua kepada pendakwah terkenal, Ustaz Syed Abd Kadir Syed Hussin Aljoofre,

salima af
Sering orang salah tafsir bahawa menjadi isteri muda mahu lebih perhatian tapi sepanjang tempoh perkahwinan kami, saya melihat suami saya seorang yang adil. Poligami ada hikmahnya, saya selesa dan menerima status saya sekarang. Perkahwinan ini mendidik saya menjadi seorang yang pandai bertolak ansur dan menghormati isteri pertama suami saya-Salima Af
salima

salima isteri kedua

Alhamdulillah. Bukan senang untuk menjalani kehidupan sebagai isteri kedua kepada mana-mana lelaki. Semoga kebahagiaan yang sedang dikecapi Salima berkekalan. Yang penting, teruskan menghormati isteri pertama yang boleh dianggap sebagai kakak.

Homestay Sri Gading, Batu Pahat

Ulang tayang, Okay! Siapa yang ada event di sekitar Batu Pahat,.. Jangan lupa roger roger, Hello Hello mimin yee. Sebab, family mimin ada homestay di sekitar Batu Pahat, Johor ni. Homestay Mimin terletak di Taman Gading, Batu Pahat. Lokasinya terletak berhadapan dengan Taman Pura Kencana, Batu Pahat.

MnM Homestay, lengkap dengan kelengkapan seperti boleh memasak di homestay tersebut, boleh memuatkan seramai 10 orang dalam 1 masa. 2 bilik berpenghawa dingin. Tilam Bantal tambahan juga tersedia.


Harga:RM200 (harga masih boleh di runding)
Kemudahan: Rumah teres 3 bilik (2 bilik aircond) 

2 bilik air, perabut penuh, mesin basuh, peti sejuk dan peralatan penuh memasak disediakan. 

Lokasi : Lokasi kami terletak berhampiran Taman Pura Kencana
35 minit ke ADTEC 
35 minit ke MRSM Batu Pahat
25 minit ke Hospital Sultanah Nora Ismail (Hospital Batu Pahat)
20 minit ke Summit Parade
15 minit ke bandar Batu Pahat
10 minit ke Batu Pahat Mall
15 minit ke Hospital Pantai
15 minit ke Carefour
10 minit ke UTHM (Universiti Tun Hussain onn Malaysia)
10 minit ke KPTM (Kolej Kemahiran Tinggi MARA) Sri Gading.
7 minit ke Maktab Perguruan Batu Pahat


Hubungi : 019-756 6159 (Azihani)
facebook: MnM Homestay
 


Zed Zaidi mohon maaf hina Pesawat MH370, dikecam Erma Fatima dan Hans Isaac

March 8, 2014

Zed Zaidi mohon maaf hina Pesawat MH370 - Susulan memuatnaik status yang seolah-olah menghina Pesawat MH370 yang kini masih gagal dikesan, bekas presiden SENIMAN Zed Zaidi dikecam teruk peminat di laman sosial.


Selain peminat, beberapa rakan artis lain seperti Erma Fatima dan Hans Isaac turut mengecam kenyataan Zed Zaidi itu dengan menganggap tahap pemikirannya rendah.



Bagi meredakan keadaan dan tidak mahu terus dihentam peminat dan rakan artis lain di laman sosial, beliau telah menyatakan permohonan maaf secara terbuka.

CNN: Terkini Kehilangan Penerbangan MH370 - 12 Gambar Waris Yang Menunggu Berita

By Tom Watkins and Chelsea J. Carter, CNN




(CNN) -- (CNN) -- Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 239 people from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing disappeared Saturday after air traffic controllers lost contact with the plane, the airline said.

"At the moment we have no idea where this aircraft is right now," Malaysia Airlines Vice President of Operations Control Fuad Sharuji said on CNN's "AC360."

Subang Air Traffic Control lost contact with Flight MH370 at about 2:40 a.m. local time (1:40 p.m. ET Friday), Sharuji said.

"We tried to call this aircraft through various means," he said. The airline checked reports that the jet had landed in several places, but determined that none of the reports was true, he said.

The Boeing 777-200 departed Kuala Lumpur International Airport at 12:41 a.m. and was expected to land in Beijing at 6:30 a.m., a 2,300-mile (3,700 kilometer) trip. It was carrying 227 passengers, two of them infants, and 12 crew members, the airline said.

At the time of its disappearance, the plane was carrying about 7.5 hours of fuel, Sharuji said.

The passengers are of 13 nationalities, the airline said. They were from China and Taiwan (154), Malaysia (38), Indonesia (12), Australia (7), France (3), United States (4), New Zealand (2), Ukraine (2), Canada (2), Russia (1), Italy (1), Netherlands (1), Austria (1).

One infant from the United States and another from China were included in the tally.

By CNN's math, that adds up to 228 passengers, one more than the total cited by the airline. There was no immediate explanation offered.

"Malaysia Airlines is currently working with the authorities who have activated their Search and Rescue team to locate the aircraft," the statement said. The public can call +603 7884 1234 for further information.

"We deeply regret that we have lost all contacts" with the jet, said CEO Ahmad Juahari Yahya in a statement.

Efforts to contact the plane in the hours after it disappeared were fruitless. China deployed two rescue ships in the South China Sea to begin a search, state-run broadcaster CCTV said.

Family and friends of those missing on the flight gathered at a hotel complex in the Lido district of Beijing. People were being led in through a throng of reporters, with those friends and relatives saying nothing to the media.

One woman had her hand to her face. As the door opened, a man inside looked anxious as he talked on a cell phone.

The airline's website said the flight was piloted by Cap. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, a Malaysian. He has 18,365 total flying hours and joined Malaysia Airlines in 1981, the website said. The first officer is Fariq Ab.Hamid, 27, a Malaysian with a total of 2,763 flying hours. He joined Malaysia Airlines in 2007.

The airline said in a statement that its representatives were contacting the relatives of those aboard. "Focus of the airline is to work with the emergency responders and authorities and mobilize its full support," it said.

China's state-run Xinhua News Agency said the flight lost contact and its radar signal as it was flying over the Ho Chi Minh air traffic control area in Vietnam.

China's embassy in Malaysia formed an emergency team headed by the Chinese ambassador to deal with the incident, it said.

"We're closely monitoring reports on Malaysia flight MH370," Boeing said in a tweet. "Our thoughts are with everyone on board."

"It doesn't sound very good," retired American Airlines Capt. Jim Tilmon told CNN's "AC360." He noted that the route is mostly overland, which means that there would be plenty of antennae, radar and radios to contact the plane.

"I've been trying to come up with every scenario that I could just to explain this away, but I haven't been very successful."

He said the plane is "about as sophisticated as any commercial airplane could possibly be," with an excellent safety record.

"The lack of communications suggests to me that something most unfortunate has happened," said Mary Schiavo, former inspector general of the U.S. Department of Transportation, in an interview with CNN International. "But that, of course, does not mean that there are not many persons that need to be rescued and secured. There's still a very urgent need to find that plane and to render aid."

There is one recent blemish for the Boeing jet: An Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 carrying 291 passengers struck a seawall at San Francisco International Airport in July 2013, killing three people and wounding dozens more.

Malaysia Airlines operates in Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, the Middle East and on the route between Europe and Australasia.

It has 15 of the Boeing 777-200 planes in its fleet, CNN's Richard Quest reported.

Part of the company is in the private sector, but the government owns most of it.

Malayan Airways Limited began flying in 1937 as an air service between Penang and Singapore. A decade later, it began flying commercially as the national airline.

In 1963, when Malaysia was formed, the airline was renamed Malaysian Airlines Limited.

Within 20 years, it had grown from a single aircraft operator into a company with 2,400 employees and a fleet operator.






#PrayForMH370: Elderly lady weeps for missing daughter-in-law


A search is launched after contact lost with Malaysia Airlines plane en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.





UPDATE [3:39pm]: 68-year-old Hajjah Puteh Haji Idris, from Kajang, is in tears. Her daughter-in-law, Nor Fadzillah Mat Rahim, 37, was on flight MH370. Hajjah Puteh received a call from MAS at 6.30am. 





" My daughter-in-law was traveling to Beijing for work. She has four kids and I pray that she is safe. She is the best daughter-in-law," she said. 

Nor Fadzillah's husband will be at the airport at 6pm to assist in search and rescue.

Members of the Buddhist Tzu Chi Organisation, seen dressed in white pants and dark blue shirts, have been going in and out of the holding area. One member said they were providing counseling for the grief-stricken families. 

UPDATE [3:03pm]: At KLIA, the brother of a passenger says relatives are being told to bring a valid passport because they need to 'travel to the crash site'. Relatives have to be at KLIA before 6pm with valid passports for MAS to make 'travel arrangements'.

Police are escorting grief-stricken relatives out of the holding room. Many are distraught and in tears.

UPDATE [2:36pm]: Malaysian Transport Minister Hishamuddin Hussein denies reports that signal from aircraft has been received in the south of Vietnam. He says the government has no information of any wreckage at the moment, but 'are looking at all possibilities'.

The Malaysian government has dispatched a plane, two helicopters and four vessels to search seas off its east coast in the South China Sea. The Philippines also sends three navy patrol boats and a surveillance plane.

AFP, in its live report, has several airline safety experts speaking about Malaysia Airlines' safety record. Read it here.Malaysia Airlines says all other flights will proceed as usual, for now.

UPDATE [2:13pm]: MH370 has been removed from the arrivals board at the Beijing airport. Local media report that the passengers included 24 Chinese artists on their way back from an art exhibition in Malaysia.

UPDATE [2:06pm]: Members of the media have been barred from entering a special holding area for families of passegers and crew of flight MH370 at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Meanwhile, politician Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin is being slammed for an insensitive tweet about a 'new Bermuda triangle'.

UPDATE [12:37]: Tuoi Tre, a leading daily in Vietnam, reports that the Vietnamese Navy has confirmed the plane crashed into the ocean. According to Navy Admiral Ngo Van Phat, Commander of the Region 5, military radar recorded that the plane crashed into the sea at a location 153 miles South of Phu Quoc island. Full story here.

When contacted, Malaysia Airlines declined to confirm or deny the reports, saying that the Malaysian authorities are working together with the Vietnamese government on the matter.

Meanwhile, Al Jazeera reports that China has dispatched two maritime rescue ships to help locate the missing plane.

UPDATE [12:01]: Altogether, 239 passengers & crew, from 14 different nationalities, including two infants. Passengers were from: 

1. China - 152 plus 1 infant

2. Malaysia - 38

3. Indonesia - 12

4. Australia - 7

5. France - 3

6. United States of America - 3 plus 1 infant

7. New Zealand - 2

8. Ukraine - 2

9. Canada - 2

10. Russia - 1

11. Italy - 1

12. Taiwan - 1

13. Netherlands - 1

14. Austria - 1




The flight was piloted by Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, a Malaysian aged 53. He has a total flying hours of 18,365 hours. 

He joined Malaysia Airlines in 1981. First officer, Fariq Ab.Hamid, a Malaysian, is aged 27. He has a total flying hours of 2,763 hours. He joined Malaysia Airlines in 2007.

UPDATE [11:32am]: VN Express, Vietnam's largest news site, reports that Vietnam Emergency Rescue Center just announced it has found signal of the missing plane at 9.50am 120 miles South West of Ca Mau cape, the Southern-most point of Vietnam. 

The signal is believed to be the ELT (Emergency Locator Transmittor) , which can be activated manually by the flight crew or automatically upon impact. 




A Malaysia Airlines flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, China has gone missing, the airline said.




Earlier this morning, MAS confirmed that flight MH370 had lost contact with the Subang Air Traffic Control at 2.40am today (March 8th, 2014)

Flight MH370, operated on the B777-200 aircraft, departed Kuala Lumpur at 12.41am and was expected to land in Beijing at 6.30am the same day. The flight was carrying a total number of 227 passengers (including 2 infants), 12 crew members.

Malaysia Airlines is currently working with the authorities who have activated their Search and Rescue team to locate the aircraft.

Speaking on CNN's AC360, MAS Operations Control Vice President Fuad Sharuji said they 'have no idea where the aircraft is right now'.

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"We tried to call this aircraft through various means," he was quoted as saying. Sharuji told CNN that the aircraft was carrying 7.5 hours of fuel at the time of its disappearance (2.40am).

CNN also spoke to retired American Airlines Capt. Jim Tilmon who said the route taken by the aircraft had plenty of antennae, radar and radios for contact and that the plane was 'as sophisticated as any commercial airplane could possibly be with an excellent safety record'.
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