Connect with us


(Video) Huge Family? Use This New Update From Telegram To Video Call With Everyone



Up until today, the restriction to make inter-district and also interstate travel for all the people in Malaysia has still not be lifted up. This situation makes more and more people belonging to their family members especially those who live so far away from each other. Worry not because there are many ways that you can do to reconnect.

Technologies that have been invented nowadays would be such a blessing for a lot of people to appreciate especially during this COVID-19 pandemic situation. They could use these kinds of technologies to be able to do all the things that they could not do because of the restrictions states by the government. One of them would be to have a video call.

@haziqfikri_225Balik Kampung secara online? 🤔 ##TikTokGuru ##learnontiktok ##TutorialGuru ##tech ##tips ##tipsandtricks ##telegram ##Telegramhacks

♬ Balik Kampung – Fauzi Marzuki

It is completely understood that not many platforms available online could withstand huge numbers of participants to join in a video call. Even if there are platforms available, they might be hard and also confusing for some older generations to use. Luckily, Telegram which is an application that definitely would exist in every single person in Malaysia mobile phones has recently been updated. With the new update, Telegram now would support huge participants.

In this way, everyone from different generations could easily participate in the video calls. This is how to use the feature:

  1. Open the Telegram app on your mobile phone.
  2. Create a group and add all your family members to your family. Add as many as you want.
  3. Click on the 3 button icon, then start a video chat.

It is so simple to be done. In this way, all family members even for a huge family could interact with each other in the video call. This method could help to ease longing feelings between each other. It is like going back to the village.

Sources: TikTok Haziq Fikri.


(Video) Docuseries That Is Based On True Story, Known As ‘The Burari Deaths’



The particular movie is actually called the ‘House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths’. It is actually a 2021 docuseries by none other than Netflix. Created by Leena Yadav and Anubhav Chopra, the three-part series explores the theories surrounding the demise of 11 members of the same family on 30 June 2018. Termed as the Burari deaths by the media, the true-crime docuseries was released on 8 October 2021. The series explores the various facets of investigation to reveal what could have actually transpired within the three-generational family. That is the actual mystery.

The series is directed by Leena Yadav and Anubhav Chopra. A. R. Rahman has composed and produced the score of the docuseries. Yogendra Mogre and Katherine Leblond are producers while Aseem Bajaj and James Haygood are the executive producers for the movie. It is something so baffling happened that it shook the whole of India and sent shivers down the spine of everybody who heard the story or witnessed it for themselves. A family of 11 people had hung themselves in a neighborhood named Burari in the country’s national capital. It seemed like a suicide at first glance, and some started speculating foul play. But nobody had a clue that they were in for something so atrocious.

The general store owned by Bhatia Family used to open quite early in the morning. Gurucharan Singh, their neighbor, noticed that on the 1st of July, they were unusually late in opening their shop. Around 7:30, when the shop still did not open, he could not resist the urge and then went to check in their house. What he saw was like a bolt from the blue. He literally saw 11 bodies hanging from the iron fences that were a part of the ceiling.

Regaining his senses, he rushed back to inform everyone. Soon a crowd that included neighbors, media reporters, police officials, family members and obviously inquisitive individuals hoarded the locality. Until noon it became national news. The northeastern locality of Delhi claimed a top spot in the drawing discussion of every household in the country. But speculations and conspiracy theories were not enough for the already tarnished image of the Delhi Police force. They needed more. The country needed more.

Sources: YouTube Netflix India.

Continue Reading


(Video) Jerunai ‘The Burial Pole’, Culture Practiced By The Melanau People Before



Jerunai is actually one of the historical symbols of the Melanau community. In fact, Jerunai was used as the burial place of the Melanau nobles in the past but it is no longer practiced today. This is because today’s society is more civilized than ancient society. Many people in the Melanau community have fallen victim to the construction of this Jerunai. But this unique story about Jerunai has attracted the interest of many researchers to know more about it.

According to stories told by the residents of Kampung Tellian Mukah, the use of Jerunai was finally eliminated when religious beliefs and also teachings began to take root in Mukah. Other than that, it is also because of the currents of modernity. In Mukah, there are still traces of Jerunai’s history that continue to stand strong in the area of ​​Kampung Tellian Tengah, Mukah. Some of them are worn out with time because they are exposed to rain and scorching sun.

@locco.myKubur yang berusia ratusan tahun. ☠️ #sarawak #sejarah #melanau♬ Sounds like a mystery music box – Yohei

Jerunai is a coffin made for the Melanau nobility. In the town of Dalat, located about 40 kilometers from the city of Mukah, Jerunai can be seen perched in the middle of Taman Poket. Jerunai has a shape of a round pole and is made of belian wood to be durable. The trunk of Jerunai is carved with various motifs and it is usually built on the banks of the river. To accompany the spirits of the dead Melanau nobles, a girl from the slave class will be sacrificed. For the sacrificial ceremony, the chosen girl was tied up on top of Jerunai without food and also drink. They believe that when the girl dies of starvation, her spirit will take care of the master, the nobles who are buried in the Jerunai pit.

According to history, the bodies of the Melanau nobility were not buried in the ground before the advent of Islam hundreds of years ago. Instead, their corpses are kept in coffins until they decompose naturally leaving bones. Then, the bones of the deceased were moved into a hole in the middle of the Jerunai which was about 10 meters high.

Sources: TikTok LOCCO.

Continue Reading


Avoid Tailgating Effectively, These Are What You Need To Do



Tailgating is actually the action of a driver driving behind another vehicle while not leaving sufficient distance to stop without causing a deadly collision if the vehicle in front stops suddenly. The safe distance for following another vehicle varies depending on various factors including vehicle speed, weather, visibility, and other road conditions.

Some jurisdictions may require a minimal gap of a specified distance or time interval. When following heavy vehicles or in less than ideal conditions, a longer distance is recommended. Worryingly, the number of cases for the accident happened because of the responsible action of tailgating is increasing. To avoid it, these are what you have to do.

Picture: RAC

1) Never Be Ego When Driving

The first step to deal with the tailgaters is to maintain your cool. Yes, it can be annoying to see someone constantly driving in the proximity, but acting in the heat of the moment would not help. You need to stay calm and composed and concentrate on your driving skills instead. Maybe if you continue your journey unfazed, the tailgater will eventually take the pass.

2) Stop And Let Go

When it comes to how to avoid tailgating, the best solution is to pull over by the roadside. There can be times when the tailgater is adamant and does not stop to bother you. This is when you need to act smartly and stop by in a safe area. Let the tailgater pass by, and you will be good to go. Remember not to repeat the same with the tailgater as you cannot play brick for a brick game on the road.

3) Keeping Up With Constant Speeds

There is a chance that your inconsistent speed is the reason for someone tailgating you. In simple terms, when you slow down or speed up way too often, it becomes unpredictable for the one traveling behind you. The trick is to maintain a constant speed to prevent cars from tailgating. A steady and stable speed helps the tailgater estimate for safe passing, and that is what they do. With a bit of wisdom, you will be able to address the issue in the finest manner possible.

4) Do Not Annoy The Tailgaters

Everyone likes to stay ahead in the race, but while on the road never follow this principle. Being courteous and kind to the tailgaters will never harm you. There are times when the tailgater flashes the headlights requesting you to make a pass. This is when you need to have a larger heart and acknowledge their plea. If space allows it and everything seems fine, give the green signal to the tailgater to pass.

Sources: Car From Japan.

Continue Reading