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Mie Merdeka Does Not Mind Spending On Jalur Gemilang To Bring Patriotism In The Air

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KUANTAN, Aug 20  –Since the past two decades, August is a much-awaited time of the year for Wan Rahimi Wan Mokhtar, 59, when he would relish in decorating his restaurant with the Jalur Gemilang to bring the air of patriotism as Malaysia prepares to celebrate its Independence Day anniversary.

It has become a routine for Wan Rahimi to decorate his restaurant with hundreds of Jalur Gemilang during the National Month in a show of love for his beloved country.

He did not mind spending about RM1,000 to RM2,000 every year for the purpose just so that his restaurant, which is in Peramu, is decorated with the Malaysian flag to liven the spirit of patriotism among his customers.

However, for this year’s National month, it is a little different as he is decorating his house and its compound for the purpose since his shop has to be closed due to the movement control under the National Recovery Plan to curb the spread of COVID-19.

No one will miss the house in Kampung Kempadang, here, as it is decorated with hundreds of the Jalur Gemilang, as well as murals of the national flag, adding a festive mood to the celebration.

Referred to as “Mie Merdeka” by the locals, Wan Rahimi said a lively atmosphere during the month of Merdeka should be created, despite the country still facing threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, by Malaysians to reflect their love for the country and gratitude to the freedom fighters.

The father of two said he sought the help of a friend to paint the Jalur Gemilang mural.

“As for the flag decoration, some of the flags are from the decoration used at my restaurant last year. I also bought new ones.

“And don’t forget, you cannot simply fly the Jalur Gemilang as you like, as there is a way of doing it. Jalur Gemilang is not just a piece of cloth to be used as decoration, but also a symbol of pride of a country celebrating its 64th anniversary of Independence,” he said when met by Bernama at his house.

Not just the house and shop, Wan Rahimi also had his van decorated with the national flag.

“For me, the Merdeka celebration in the 1980s to the early 1990s was more lively and I want to bring back that moment again.

“I regard doing this decoration as a commitment which I will do every year, my way of expressing my love for the country,” he said.

However, he said, some people criticised him for his work and effort.

“They said all sorts of things, including describing my efforts as wasteful, but I just turn a deaf ear to all those critics,” he added.

Despite the criticism, he said, his work was nominated to represent Pahang in the “Keceriaan Merdeka” competition six times.

Sources: BERNAMA

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Movie Review: ‘Insane’ Movie, A Mystery And Thriller Korean Journey

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Insane is actually a 2016 South Korean mystery thriller film directed by Lee Cheol-ha. It was released in South Korea on the 7th of April 2016. It is about a woman who gets kidnapped in the middle of the day and is tortured in a psychiatric hospital. A Journalist gets on the trace of the case and tries to find out the truth.

Soo-a seems to be a normal young woman, but one bad day she is kidnapped during broad daylight and in the middle of downtown. She is taken to a psychiatric hospital, locked up, getting drugs, and is tortured. She does not know why all this is happening to her. To prevent herself from becoming insane, Soo-a secretly writes down the whole story in every detail.

What ‘Insane’ Is About

During the day and in the middle of downtown, Soo-A is taken away against her will and brought to a psychiatric hospital. She is locked up there without knowing why. She is constantly injected with drugs and undergoes cruel violence. Soo-A begins to write down in detail all of the horrific acts that take place at the psychiatric hospital.

One year later, a notebook is delivered to Nam-Soo. He works as a PD for a broadcasting station. Nam-Soo reads the notebook and feels horrified by what happened. To uncover the truth, Nam-Soo seeks out SooA. She is now in prison as a murder suspect.

What Can Be Said About ‘Insane’

The whole movie is the treat of events that are layered in each other. It is such a realistic movie that can shiver and could disgust you to an extent. Have never seen a movie like this. It is fully a delight to watch. Hats to all the artists who have made such masterpieces. It is a great movie and the ending really amazed people to watch it.

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Watched ‘Big Hero 6’ Before? These Are 5 Poignant Details Fans Noticed In It

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Big Hero 6 is actually a 2014 American computer-animated superhero film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Inspired by the Marvel comics of the same name created by Man of Action, the film is the 54th Disney animated feature film. Directed by Don Hall and Chris Williams, the film tells the story of Hiro Hamada, a young robotics prodigy, and Baymax, his late brother Tadashi’s healthcare provider robot, who forms a superhero team to combat a masked villain who is responsible for Tadashi’s death.

Little did many people in this whole wide world who watch Big Hero 6 know, there are some details that people do not notice. These details usually make the story come together and make the movie makes sense for the viewers. Do not worry, because this article would help you to notice them. These are 5 poignant details in it.

1) Baymax Is Greatly Inspired By Baby Penguins

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The film’s animation team studied robots, human babies, and a variety of animals to help refine Baymax’s awkward but appealing style of movement, finding their greatest inspiration in the waddle of baby penguins.

2) Honey Lemon Uses Her Chemistry Knowledge At A Moment’s Notice To Fight Creatively

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Looking at Honey Lemon’s purse, there are abbreviations for elements of the periodic table. Honey Lemon does not just go into battle, push a button and have it spit out a pre-made chemical ball. She literally encounters an obstacle, comes up with a solution in her head, and types up a formula for it on the fly.

3) Callaghan’s Microbots Sound More Sinister

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In Big Hero 6, when Hiro uses the microbots they sound like Legos snapping together. When Callaghan uses them, they sound like a rattlesnake.

4) Baymax Considers Flying A Treatment For Hiro

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Baymax tells Hiro that flying makes him fells better healthcare companion. This is because earlier in the film, Hiro’s mental state is improved after he and Baymax go for a ride.

5) San Fransokyo Is An Alternate Future

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Big Hero 6 set is in an alternate future where after the 1906 earthquake, San Francisco was rebuilt by Japanese immigrants using techniques that allow movement and flexibility in a seismic event. After the city was finished being rebuilt, it was renamed San Fransokyo due to it being a city with Japanese and American architecture combined.

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(Video) Which One Are You? Types of Students Singing Merdeka Song In School!

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In Malaysia, the school would definitely celebrate Merdeka Day with a lot of fitting activities to help children and the school community realize how blessed Malaysians are and also remember the sacrifices of our national heroes. This usually happens when the COVID-19 Pandemic is not here. Because of the pandemic, a lot of the celebration could not be done especially in school. People have been reminiscing a lot of great memories of the Merdeka celebration.

There is one particular TikToker that goes by the name Nursyafiq Naser has posted a video on the TikTok app that went viral showing how a lot of people in Malaysia used to sing Merdeka Song in school. The video is totally hilarious and a lot of netizens could relate to the actions mentioned in the video. Below is the full video that he posted on the TikTok app.

@nursyafiqnaserJenis jenis murid yg menyanyi lagu patriotik zaman sekolah ##malaysiaprihatin ##fypppp ##shouldbeme ##MalaysiaDiHatiku ##tiktokundiscovered♬ original sound – Nursyafiq Naser

There are indeed a lot of relatable actions mentioned in the video by many people. Turns out that all of us used to behave like that when singing Merdeka Song such as ‘Keranamu’ in school before. Looking at the comment section, a lot of netizens have been sharing their own take of the video and they also feel entertained by the posted video.

Picture: TikTok Nursyafiq Naser

Picture: TikTok Nursyafiq Naser

Picture: TikTok Nursyafiq Naser

Picture: TikTok Nursyafiq Naser

Picture: TikTok Nursyafiq Naser

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