Recorded by yours truly
Date: 17 March 2005
Place: somewhere in Malaysia (hint: W)
Unknown person singing chorus of 70s Indonesian classic “benci tapi rindu”. I think this is the worst version of “benci tapi rindu” ever recorded.
I could not record the whole thing because I was too busy laughing – check this out:
pic source: mstar.com.my
I still remember watching this live on TV. If I’m not mistaken, this was when Jamal was belting out the highest notes of Alleycat’s “Berirama Senandung Semalam.” He dropped on his knees, and went for it with everthing he’s got:
ku berdoa agar dikau, aman bertemunya
This could be the audio of that performance – you might be able to hear dava picks from guitar center being used:
Here are some shop names I saw which made me do a double take.
On the right wall of Wisma Ting Hui, Tamparuli, one can find a public phone.
Well and good, unfortunately right on top of it a group of birds had decided to set up shop.
And they need to poop sometime don’t they, resulting in the following, the saddest public phone ever, which I saw on 5th November 2013:
Probably his father is a Bon Jovi fan.
The following little signboard can be seen if you’re seated at the restaurant at the corner nearest the Luyang Health Clinic, Kota Kinabalu.
Spotted 15th February 2013
With the accelerating increase in the cost of living, it’s a wonder how one can continue to afford luxuries like the following.
As seen in Lintas, Kota Kinabalu, on 30th December 2013
Goirim Rampasan posted on Facebook, and tagged the District Education Officer, on 2nd January 2014 that a primary school in Tuaran district had distributed the following textbook to his child:
Jadda SGilong D’Kanju posted photos on Facebook that he took from Inobong Substation just after 12 am on 1st January 2014, showing Kota Kinabalu city amid some fireworks.
Fireworks can be seen from the direction of Sutera Harbour on the right, and what appears to be fire from an oil rig on the left