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Monday, December 21, 2009

Pemungut hutang dilarang berkasar dengan pemiutang [edited by TWKL : penghutang]

Pemungut hutang yang dilantik oleh institusi perbankan tertentu tidak boleh menggunakan kekerasan dan sering mengganggu pemiutang [edited by TWKL : penghutang] ketika menjalankan tugas, kata timbalan menteri kewangan.

Datuk Chor Chee Heung berkata perkara itu terkandung dalam garis panduan dan amalan pengutipan hutang yang adil dan ia perlu dipatuhi oleh setiap pemungut hutang yang dilantik.

"Institusi perbankan boleh menggunakan khidmat pemungut hutang, walaubagaimanapun, institusi itu perlu memastikan agar pemungut hutang yang dilantik mematuhi segala peraturan seperti yang ditetapkan dalam garis panduan yang diluluskan oleh Bank Negara Malaysia," katanya menjawab soalan Senator Dr M Malasingam pada persidangan Dewan Negara hari ini.

Chor berkata selain tidak dibenar menggunakan kekerasan dan mengganggu pemiutang [edited by TWKL : penghutang] pemungut hutang perlu sentiasa mengamalkan tingkah laku yang beretika serta tidak dibenar membuat panggilan lebih tiga kali seminggu kepada pemiutang[edited by TWKL : penghutang]

"Ini selaras dengan usaha Bank Negara Malaysia untuk memperkukuhkan lagi struktur pelindungan serta tahap profesionalisme proses pengutipan hutang," katanya.

Beliau berkata pemiutang [edited by TWKL : penghutang] boleh membuat aduan kepada institusi perbankan berkenaan sekiranya terdapat aduan terhadap tingkah laku pengutip hutang yang dilantik.

"Jika tidak berpuas hati dengan cara pengendalian institusi perbankan terbabit, maka aduan selanjutnya boleh dibuat kepada Bank Negara Malaysia," katanya. BERNAMA

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

ROS did not reinstate Chua?

THE twists and turns in MCA continue with sacked chairman of the party’s legal bureau Datuk Leong Tang Chong claiming the Registrar of Societies (ROS) never did reinstate Datuk Dr Chua Soi Lek as party deputy president.

According to Leong, the ROS’s letter to MCA merely stated that "we are of the view the post of deputy president was never vacant," and it was based on information given by Chua.

The ROS’ letter was in response to Chua’s request for clarification on his status after he was reinstated as MCA member at the party’s EGM last month.

"As such, Datuk Liow Tiong Lai is still the deputy president and the central committee members have been misled by the party preisident on the status of Dr Chua," said Leong, now serving as legal advisor to Liow.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Standardise bumi status for Sarawakians: Teacher’s union

KUCHING: The definition of bumiputra status in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak should be standardised, said Sarawak Teachers’ Union (STU) president William Ghani Bina.

He said under the Federal Constitution, a child born in the peninsula would be accorded the status as long as one of the parents was a bumiputra.

Sabah, a child is considered a bumiputra if his or her father is one.

However, in Sarawak, the Federal Constitution states that for a child to be a bumiputra, both parents must be bumiputra.

How can we have three different definition of bumiputra status if we want to promote the 1Malaysia concept?”

We want this to be rectified, and to get Sabah and Sarawak to follow the same definition used in the peninsula,” Ghani said Sunday.

the Federal Government to standardise the definition, he said the basis should be race and not religion.

was asked to comment on the plight of several Sarawakian students who had been denied places in university matriculation programmes because they were of mixed parentage and, therefore, did not enjoy bumiputra status.

said the STU had received similar complaints and that he also knew of students of mixed parentage who were granted bumiputra privileges and scholarships to do their tertiary studies.

Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar said the Federal Constitution should be streamlined with the Sarawak Constitution, which considers a child a bumiputra if his or her father was one.

Junaidi, whose wife is a Chinese, was concerned that if the matter was not rectified, his children, like many children of mixed parentage, would no longer enjoy bumiputra privileges.

Development Minister Datuk James Masing said the Education Ministry’s criteria in enrolling students into public universities should be based on merits and not race.

PKR chairman and senior lawyer Baru Bian said he was ready to assist one of the affected students, Marina Undau’s family seek legal redress against the Education Ministry’s decision in rejecting her application to enter a matriculation programme.

Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Alfred Jabu has also pledged to help Undau. (THE STAR)

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

The diminutive Dr Death

Vanguard: Thailand’s Central Institute of Forensic Science director Dr Porntip Rojanasunan investigating the fire that broke out at Santika Pub in Bangkok after midnight on New Year’s Day 2009, killing 59 clubbers. – Photographs courtesy of The Nation


Despised by the police but hailed by the masses, Dr Porntip Rojanasunan is relentless in her pursuit of truth.

IT IS 5pm in Bangkok and Dr Porntip Rojanasunan is wrapping up another hectic day in Parliament fighting for funds for Thailand’s Central Institute of Forensic Science, of which she is director.

Dr Death, as she is nicknamed, is surprisingly diminutive. We expected an opinionated, fiery character. Instead she is wraith-like and soft-spoken with firm, kind eyes. It belies her trademark punk look of spiky hair and lips painted the colour of dried blood. Her jeans are tucked into Dr Martens boots laced with large green ribbons.

Dr Porntip is far from an ordinary physician and not just because of her image in a conservative society. Thailand’s most famous forensic pathologist is on the forefront of social change by challenging, often as a lone voice, corrupt police covering up crime for powerful politicians and deaths in custody. She has claimed that 60% of police findings are wrong.

Dr Porntip’s badgering for an independent and professional approach to forensic science paid off in 2002 when the Thai Government founded the Institute and appointed her deputy director. She introduced DNA testing to Thailand and expanded the field of forensic science where previously only the police conducted autopsies.

The police despise her. Dr Porntip has been threatened, insulted, bullied, ridiculed, sued and hauled to court countless times. Her countrymen revere her. In 2003 she was given the honorific title Khunying, which is equivalent to the British Dame.

“Dr Porntip? She No.1!” says one taxi driver, waving his thumb at us in the rear-view mirror.

Her work is so well-known that she has even been invited to testify at the Teoh Beng Hock inquest this Thursday in Kuala Lumpur.

Crime and punishment

Justice for the dead is part of human rights, says Dr Porntip. “We need fair justice. Perpetrators of crime must be punished. But in Thailand, the poor, illiterate and defenceless are jailed. The privileged escape the rule of law.

“This is not right. Why is there selective punishment for different people? Anyone abusing their power, who kill and harm others must be equally punished.”

Forensic science in Thailand remains an unattractive field to venture into. There are less than 10 forensic pathologists working alongside Dr Porntip.

“Our forensic science lags far behind international standards; we do not even have forensic anthropologists,” she says. “We’ve doubled our budget today but we badly need equipment, facilities and training to improve our officers’ expertise.

“But we’ve had some improvements. The Institute now conducts autopsies and DNA testing under the Ministry of Justice. Our work must be independent to preserve its integrity.”

Dr Porntip became known in 1999 when she countered police claims that thugs had killed one of her medical students. It was actually the girl’s boyfriend who had dismembered her body into 168 parts and flushed the pieces down the toilet.

More families of victims brought their cases to her. In September 1999 came the high profile case of powerful Thai MP Hangthong Thammawattana who was administrator of his family’s vast fortunes. He was found shot in his brother’s bedroom clutching a gun in his hand.

Police closed the case as suicide. Dr Porntip countered that Hangthong had been hit on the head and shot. His younger brother Noppadol was eventually charged with his murder in 2003 but acquitted in September 2007.

In April 2003, the Surat Thani police sued Dr Porntip for claiming that they had beaten a suspected rapist to death. Suthisak Rimdusit, 21, was accused of raping a child and taken in for questioning. He died after one hour. The police said it was from asphyxia.

His family brought his body to Dr Porntip for an independent autopsy. It revealed signs of torture, melted plastic on his groin and bruises on his chest, indicating police brutality. The police later refused to release his semen for independent tests.

Dr Porntip went on to reveal extrajudicial killings during the brutal 2003 crackdown on drug dealers in which 1,500 people died. But it was her work in leading an international team of forensic scientists to identify, tag and bag over 8,000 tsunami victims in 2004 in Phuket that won her public praise.

In October 2004, she exposed that the 78 protestors rounded up in Tak Bai had suffocated to death after they were crammed into trucks transporting them to Pattani. And in May 2005, she defied police findings that fugitive Sunthorn Wangdao couldn’t have committed suicide with four bullets in his lung and one to his head.

Most recently she upset actor David Carradine’s family when she reported that he’d died of auto-erotic asphyxiation, in an attempt to heighten sexual satisfaction.

“In Thailand, we have much abuse of power and corruption,” says Dr Porntip. “We need someone to stand with the victims. I believe forensic science will always reveal the truth, if we allow it to.

“There have been too many unexplained disappearances and deaths. My goal to create a national Missing Persons Institute is not yet realised.”

A life less than ordinary

Born in Bangkok in 1955, Dr Porntip was educated in medical science at the Ramathibodi Hospital at Mahidol University, where she later lectured.

At 26, while serving at the Phra Buddhachinaraj Hospital in Pitsanulok, she decided that the life of an ordinary doctor was not for her. She took up forensic anthropology and pathology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington DC. Upon her return home, she passionately embraced her new job, often working alone on corpses at the Ramathibodi Hospital from as early as 5am, in an era when there were only six forensic pathologists in Thailand. Much of what she knows is self-taught from books.

“I love being a doctor, but I enjoy solving puzzles instead of diagnosing diseases,” she says. She stresses she never sought to be different. Her dressing compensates for her gruesome work in slicing and cutting up cadavers.

“I had wanted to become an interior designer,” Dr Porntip, who studied in a missionary school, explains in halting English. “As a doctor, I can’t wear whatever I want. I suppose I express my creative side through my dressing. And the dead do not complain about the way I look.”

Dr Porntip has been criticised of playing up to the media but reporters have said she actually shied away from the press. During the 2004 tsunami aftermath, ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s wife Potjaman had showed up offering to help, and was turned away.

Dr Porntip lives in Bangkok with her husband, bank manager Viroj, and their daughter Yaravee, 17, an aspiring artist.

“My husband actually looks more like a doctor than I do,” she says laughing. “He’s afraid of my work though, of dead bodies and bone saws. When he married me he thought I worked with microscopes in a lab.”

Weekends are spent at home. Dr Porntip is an ardent fan of TV series CSI. She also loves dancing to Latin music. To support her meagre government salary, she writes best-selling books on her cases.

After having examined over 10,000 bodies, Dr Porntip believes that the spirits of the dead are her guardian angels.

“I never see myself as a hero. My father taught me to believe in Buddhism – to be brave, to love my country and king, and to always do what is right and good,” she recalls. “He’d instruct me to pick up broken glass from the pavements to prevent others from injuring themselves.

“Studying in a missionary school instilled discipline in me. I learnt systematic thinking from my parents as they were both scientists. I loved going to the movies, and I had to write a conclusion after each one. Exercises like that helped me develop clear thinking from young.”

In 1999 just as Dr Porntip was becoming famous, she discovered cancer in her thyroid and colon as her mother had. Early detection prevented the cancer from spreading. It gave her a new perspective on life and death.

“The first body I autopsied was a former patient during my internship in Pitsanulok,” she recalls. “I didn’t realise she wasn’t going to live through her illness.

“I learnt then that there’ll always be a time when our lives end, so I’d better make the best of it. All the good I can do, I want to do when I’m alive. If you have one life and you’re not making something good with it, then what’s the point?”

Still there were times when surrounded by so much death and violence got to her.

“As Buddhists, we believe we will be reincarnated. But I don’t want to be born again,” she says.

“I only want to be remembered as a person who intended to do what’s good and right, and as someone who overcomes obstructions.”

Monday, August 24, 2009

Kartika case whips up an international media frenzy

PETALING JAYA: The case of model Kartika Sari Dewi Shukarno, who is to be caned for drinking beer, has caught international attention.

From Australia to Indonesia, Thailand, China, Germany, the United States and Britain, news of her impending sentence has thrust Kartika into the international limelight and into most blog chats.

CNN (Cable News Network), BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) and other leading television stations have also highlighted her case as one of the top stories of the day.

They carried a story of her predicament yesterday, especially when her sentence was temporarily aborted because of the fasting month.

It was also among the top stories for CNN and BBC with both websites listing it as the fifth most popularly read story.

A Google search for her full name resulted in 63,900 hits while there were over 1,700 news stories on Kartika.

There was also a Facebook account listed as “HELP Kartika Sari Dewi Shukarno”. (THE STAR)

Friday, August 14, 2009


(Malaysian Mirror) - Two years ago, Malaysians were somewhat entertained to the Lingam tape affair which produced the popular catch-phrase ‘correct, correct, correct’.

Although the video tape, showing prominent lawyer VK Lingam on the phone with a sitting Chief Justice then, became a serious controversy, it nevertheless was value for entertainment too. ‘Correct, correct, correct’, one of Lingam’s habitual expressions, even became a popular mobile ring tone.

The controversy even catapulted the unknown maker of the video, Loh Gwo-Burne, into an overnight sensation when he won the Kelana Jaya parliamentary seat in the March 2008 general election.

Now, ‘Mr Correct, Correct, Correct’ is back in the news. The only difference is that there will be nothing comedic this time.

The Bar Council wants to haul him up for disciplinary charges.

Disciplinary action from the Bar

Malaysiakini quoted Bar Council secretary George Varughese as saying that the hearing will be before the Advocates & Solicitors Disciplinary Board.

"The hearing is still at the planning stages and will be convened soon," he said.

The Advocates & Solicitors Disciplinary Board has binding powers to regulate the conduct of legal professionals. According to Section 93 of the Act, it can "strike off the roll and suspend" those found guilty of misconduct.

The disciplinary hearing is the initial action against Lingam when he was caught in a video recording discussing the appointment of judges over the phone.

According to the report, Varughese also confirmed that some of the witnesses who testified during last year's Royal Commission of Inquiry inquiry have been contacted to testify in the disciplinary hearing, including the three who claimed they had received threats via SMS.

The trio who claimed they were threatened not to testify in the disciplinary hearing were Loh, Lingam's sister Jayanti Govindarajulu Naidu and Lingam's brother Thirunama Karasu.

They filed a police report on the threats yesterday.



Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Ikan Tagal oh ikan Tagal

Ingin berurut dengan ikan Tagal? Perhatikan gambar-gambar di bawah ini. Trylah sendiri kalau berani.


Lokasi : Sungai Moroli, Kg Luanti, Ranau
Model : Elka Carroline, Winisa, Norteh, Rosmaya & Samsiah
Pertanyaan : 088 - 878044

Friday, July 24, 2009

Perkembangan pesat industri muzik digital - Siapa paling untung?

Sumber : Kosmo!

SUATU ketika dulu industri syarikat rakaman Malaysia sama ada label antarabangsa mahupun tempatan masing-masing rancak melahirkan artis dan album baru.

Bagaimanapun, akhir-akhir ini industri rakaman yang dulunya gah kini semakin hari semakin menyembah bumi.

Buktinya, banyak syarikat rakaman tempatan mahupun antarabangsa terpaksa gulung tikar dan menutup operasi mereka atas alasan tiada keuntungan.

Memang ada benarnya alasan yang diberi kerana senario hari ini jauh berbeza daripada zaman muzik piring hitam, kaset dan cakera padat yang menyaksikan ia dijual hingga beratus ribu unit.

Penyanyi-penyanyi ternama yang pernah mencecah 100,000 hingga 350,000 unit penjualan album antaranya, Aishah, Ramlah Ram, Ella, Amelina, Datuk Siti Nurhaliza, Awie, Ziana Zain, Search, Wings, U.K's, Raihan dan M. Nasir

Kini penjualan album dilihat semakin nazak. Sekarang jika 5,000 unit album sudah terjual ia dikatakan sudah cukup bagus. Itupun mungkin memakan masa yang agak lama untuk dijual walaupun promosi diadakan secara besar-besaran.

Namun, bukan semua penyanyi hilang mata pencarian seiring dengan kejatuhan syarikat rakaman dan kekurangan penjualan album.

Mereka masih lagi boleh bernafas kerana kini muzik boleh diperoleh hanya menekan butang dihujung jari menerusi Internet iaitu dengan muat turun lagu.

Caranya cukup mudah dengan harga sekitar RM3, peminat dengan mudah boleh mendengar lagu kegemaran mereka melalui pelbagai jenis medium mengikut keselesaan masing-masing telefon bimbit, cakera padat, iPod, MP3 dan sebagainya berbanding membeli album penyanyi tempatan yang berharga di antara RM19.90 sehingga RM29.90.

Bercakap tentang sejarah muat turun lagu di negara ini, ia dikatakan bermula sejak teknologi telefon bimbit 2G atau 2.5G yang mula diperkenalkan di Malaysia pada penghujung tahun 1990-an.

Sejak itu ia berkembang dengan pesat seiring dengan kecanggihan teknologi komputer dan telefon bimbit.

Kini, peminat muzik tidak perlu lagi membeli keseluruhan album sebaliknya boleh memilih mana-mana lagu yang diminati sahaja untuk dimuat turun.

Berdasarkan maklumat yang diperolehi daripada Persatuan Industri Rakaman Malaysia (RIM) yang kini menaungi 102 syarikat rakaman di negara Malaysia industri seni melalui penjualan melalui medium fizikal seperti kaset, cakera padat, VCD dan DVD pada tahun 1996 telah membawa keuntungan sehingga RM315 juta.

Kemudian angka keuntungan medium fizikal itu semakin menurun tahun demi tahun iaitu RM200 juta (2000), RM108 juta (2002), RM97 juta (2005), RM69 juta (2007) dan terus menurun sehingga RM56 juta pada tahun lalu.

Bagaimanapun keuntungan jualan menerusi medium digital iaitu muat turun ke telefon bimbit dan Internet telah mula meraih keuntungan sejak tahun 2005 dengan pulangan sebanyak RM50 juta.

Angka keuntungan terus meningkat sehingga RM20 juta pada tahun lalu dan dijangka bakal membawa pulangan berganda pada tahun ini ekoran kegiatan aktif syarikat rakaman dalam produk digital meskipun penghasilan album tempatan semakin berkurangan.

Ia dapat dilihat dengan jelas apabila pada tahun 2005 hanya 106 unit album tempatan dilahirkan dan ia semakin berkurangan kepada 55 unit album pada tahun lepas.

Pengurangan penghasilan album tempatan dan peningkatan keuntungan menerusi produk digital ada hubung kait dengan perkembangan dan trend yang dibentuk untuk penggemar muzik masa kini.

Persoalannya di sini siapakah antara penyanyi, syarikat rakaman dan syarikat telekomunikasi yang mengaut paling banyak keuntungan daripada muat turun lagu?

Sistem tidak adil! - M.Nasir

Menurut penyanyi dan sifu M.Nasir, sejak zaman piring hitam lagi penyanyi tidak pernah mengaut keuntungan terbesar daripada penjualan album dan yang terkini muat turun lagu.

"Walau apa caranya, penyanyi akan mendapat bahagian yang paling sedikit atas alasan pihak syarikat rakaman dan pembekal sistem muat turun telah mengeluarkan modal yang cukup besar berbanding penyanyi yang hanya mengeluarkan suara.

"Mereka tidak pula kira penyanyi yang telah mengeluarkan bakat dan risiko besar juga menanti penyanyi cuma yang bezanya ia bukan dari segi wang ringgit sebaliknya jiwa penyanyi itu sendiri.

Tambah M. Nasir lagi, sistem yang diguna pakai kini memang tidak adil buat penyanyi kerana setiap penyanyi yang mengambil keputusan untuk menghasilkan album atau lagu akan mempunyai risiko kerosakan jiwa.

"Orang berniaga jual lagu dengan wang, penyanyi jual lagu dengan jiwa. Bayangkan apabila lagu yang dikeluarkan tidak laku atau kurang pulangannya, jiwa mereka akan rosak bukan untuk jangka masa yang sekejap sebaliknya mungkin sepanjang hayat. Itu yang orang tak nampak," katanya.

Bagaimanapun, M. Nasir menegaskan, dia tidak pernah menolak penyatuan teknologi dan muzik meskipun pernah melalui beberapa zaman bermula daripada piring hitam, kaset dan cakera padat sehingga muat turun lagu.

Menurutnya lagi, setiap bentuk muzik sama ada fizikal mahupun digital mempunyai kelebihan yang tersendiri yang tidak perlu dipertikaikan kerana kelahiran setiap bentuk teknologi adalah bersesuaian mengikut zaman.

"Sememangnya (muzik) bentuk digital iaitu yang dimuat turun berbeza kepuasannya dengan bentuk muzik yang dijual secara fizikal. Kalau digital mereka hanya mendengar lagu yang popular di radio sahaja dan terus berminat untuk muat turun lagu tersebut bukannya keseluruhan album.

"Tetapi cara ini bagus juga kerana muzik boleh sampai dengan kadar segera kepada peminat dengan kos yang agak murah tanpa perlu ke kedai muzik. Apa yang perlu hanya promosi di radio dan media sahaja," ulas M.Nasir.

Penyanyi harus bijak - KC Ismail

Berbeza pula pendapat yang diberi oleh Pengurus Kanan Metadome Sdn. Bhd. KC Ismail yang memberitahu penyanyi masih boleh meraih keuntungan yang besar mengikut perjanjian yang dibuat dengan sesebuah syarikat.

Katanya, sepanjang pengalamannya bekerja di Metadome yang merupakan antara syarikat rakaman pelopor muat turun lagu di negara ini, tiada istilah penyanyi akan rugi atau tidak untung jika lagunya dijual secara digital.

"Penyanyi harus bijak membuat perjanjian dengan meneliti segala aspek terutama jika penyanyi itu yang mencipta dan menerbit lagu.

"Kalau mereka silap langkah tidak mustahil keuntungan mereka sedikit tetapi itu pun mengikut kepada jumlah muat turun yang diterima.

"Kalau banyak muat turun yang dibuat peminat, maka bergandalah keuntungan yang diperolehi. Sebenarnya banyak faktor yang menyumbang kepada keuntungan daripada muat turun lagu," jelasnya.

KC turut mengakui, penjualan muat turun lagu lebih membawa keuntungan berbanding jualan album fizikal pada masa kini.

Katanya, kumpulan 6ixth Sense yang diuruskan penjualan lagu digital oleh Metadome telah dimuat turun lagu mereka sehingga mencecah ratusan ribu unit berbanding penjualan album yang tidak lebih daripada 1,000 unit.

"Sekarang penyanyi mempunyai dua pilihan sama ada pilih secara digital atau fizikal. Hakikatnya cara fizikal tetap diperlukan juga walaupun susah untuk menjualnya.

"Selain itu kos yang lebih tinggi diperlukan sebagai contoh lebih kurang RM10,000 untuk 500 hingga ke 1,000 unit cakera padat.

"Sebab itu ramai yang pilih cara digital hanya dengan mengeluarkan satu lagu single, kemudian tunggu dan lihat reaksi peminat sebelum keluar dengan lagu single seterusnya sehinggalah mempunyai cukup jumlah lagu untuk disatukan sebagai album penuh," tuturnya.

Disebabkan faktor kos dan permintaan, hampir kesemua penyanyi di bawah Metadome seperti Nurul, Imran Ajmain, Liyana Jasmay, The Fabulous Cats dan Diana Dianelle tampil terlebih dahulu dengan lagu single dalam bentuk digital sebelum mempunyai album penuh.

Siapa kata tak untung? - Aizat

Penyanyi remaja yang baru sahaja memenangi dua anugerah pada Anugerah Planet Muzik 2009 bagi kategori Persembahan Vokal Terbaik Dalam Lagu (Artis Baru Lelaki) dan Lagu Muat Turun Paling Popular Malaysia kedua-duanya menerusi lagu Hanya Kau Yang Mampu memberitahu cara digital turut memberi pulangan yang cukup lumayan.

Aizat yang menerbitkan sendiri lagu-lagunya menerusi syarikat miliknya sendiri iaitu Kasi Gegar Entertainment Sdn. Bhd. juga bekerjasama dengan syarikat rakaman Universal Music Malaysia untuk penjualan lagu secara digital atau muat turun, pengedaran, pemasaran dan promosi.

Meskipun dia masih hijau dalam persada seni tanah air, lagu-lagu dendangannya seperti Lagu Kita dan Fikirlah menjadi kegilaan ramai.

Jangan terkejut kerana berdasarkan maklumat yang diperoleh daripada Universal Music Malaysia, muat turun lagu Aizat telah mencecah sehingga 1.2 juta unit, satu angka yang cukup besar buat seorang penyanyi baru.

"Saya untung kerana kesemua lagu yang dimuat turun diterbitkan oleh syarikat saya sendiri.

"Cuma ada kerjasama dengan Universal dan bukannya artis rakaman mereka. Keuntungan harus ditolak mengikut perjanjian dan masih ada untungnya. Mungkin untuk album kedua kelak saya akan cuba lakukan semuanya sendiri," ujarnya.

Dalam pada itu, Aizat juga sempat melahirkan kekesalannya terhadap pihak yang tidak bertanggungjawab apabila memuat turun lagu penyanyi tempatan secara haram.

"Kalau nada dering memang tidak boleh dicetak rompak kecuali lagu penuh yang diletakkan di Internet dan dimuat turun secara percuma oleh orang ramai.

"Bagi saya kalau benar-benar suka akan sesebuah lagu, apa salahnya labur sedikit duit untuk mendapatkan lagu itu dengan cara yang betul. Sokonglah industri muzik tempatan," tegas Aizat.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Kebetulan yang pelik...

-- Michael Jackson menandatangani Surat Wasiatnya pada 7/7/2002.
-- Upacara penghormatan terakhir Michael Jackson's adalah pada 7/7/2009 ... tepat 7 tahun selepas wasiat ditandatangani.
-- Dua lagu hit Michael Jackson's -- "Black & White" dan "Billie Jean" -- pernah menduduki tangga No.1 untuk 7 minggu.
-- Tiga album Michael Jackson -- "Thriller," "Bad" and "Dangerous" -- masing-masing menghasilkan 7 lagu top.
-- Michael Jackson adalah anak ke- 7 daripada 9 adik-beradik.
-- Michael Jackson lahir pada 1958 ... 19 + 58 = 77
-- Michael Jackson meninggal dunia pada 25hb ... 2 + 5 = 7
-- Michael Jackson mempunyai 7 huruf pada nama pertama dan juga nama akhir.
-- Post ini ditulis pada 7/7....aduiii!!

Jacko suka nombor "7"??

Monday, July 6, 2009

Rachel Mystarz rakam semula lagu Matahariku & Memori Tercipta?

Sumber : Rachel Fan Site


Lagu ini sebenarnya dirakam semula oleh Rachel di studio RTM kerana beliau terbabit dalam satu program radio yang diberi nama "Rentak Musika Ria" yang telah disiarkan beberapa bulan yang lepas. Untuk mendengar, sila klik Music Box di bawah.

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Kaamatan @ Puchong


Thursday, June 25, 2009

The real Michael Jackson dead for 20 years?

Alamak, yakah pulak?. Mana satu yang betul ni?..... cuba anda klik sini --->

Fishing & BBQ with Esther Applunius @ Esther OIAM 3

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