Canny Ong

on Saturday, 28 March 2009

The f**king brutal culprit (Ahmad Najib Aris - hereinafter refer as Babi) has finally convicted of rape and murder IT analyst Canny Ong 6 years ago and he's to be hung to death. Bravo!!

A brief talk about the case.

6 years ago, Canny was abducted in Bangsar Shopping Complex (KL) parking lot and she was drove away by Babi to the Old Klang Road (KL) expressway. Along the journey, they met a plainclothes policeman where required both Babi and Canny to hand over their identity card. Canny attempted to signal the policeman however it was failed. Babi then fled away with the punctured car shot by the policeman. Babi later raped and stabbed the victim in her stomach twice. And yet, placed the dying victim into a manhole (a hole in drain) beside the expressway covered with a plank. The next day, Babi brought petrol and burned the victim in the manhole.

This is cruel cruel damn f**king cruel. A damn ridiculous comedy alike confession by Babi on the trial as below. (Translated into English)

"IT WAS about 11pm to 11.15pm on Friday, June 13, 2003. I had gone to the Bangsar Shopping Complex to seek someone whom I had wanted to take revenge on.

Once I reached there, I walked from the first to the third floor. At about 11.30pm, on the second floor, I bumped into the person whom I suspected was the one I was looking for.

I tailed the Chinese woman for about 20m while she was heading to her Proton Tiara. She opened the door next to the driver's seat and took something from the front passenger seat.

I pushed her and she fell onto the seat. I entered the car and sat on the driver's seat and verbally threatened her to be quiet.

She was trembling with fear but obeyed my instructions. I drove the car from the second to the first floor and through the parking boom bar and headed towards Subang airport near Saujana.

I stopped the car at a bright spot where many cars were passing.

I struck a conversation with her and tried to refresh her memory to find out if she could remember me. She told me she did not know me.

I then checked her passport and found out that she was residing in America. I became confused as I had abducted the wrong person, but who looked very much like my target.

I talked with her with the intention of letting her go, but a motorcyclist came near our car and started knocking at the door.

The Indian man flashed his so-called authority card and ordered me to hand over my identity card and that of the woman.

I asked him to show me his authority card again so that I could see it clearly. When he refused, it struck me that he might be an impostor.

When he ordered us to get out of the car, I feared something might happen, and when I asked the man to return the identity cards, he refused, and I drove off.

Before I drove away, the Indian man managed to puncture the front right tyre of the car. I drove towards Subang Jaya with the woman. I stopped at Subang Jaya Shopping Complex and got out of the car to find that the tyre was punctured.

I continued towards Sunway Pyramid and finally parked the car at a construction site near the Taman Datuk Harun KTM Komuter station where the woman and I had a quarrel. At that moment, I felt that our relationship was like that of close friends.

We sat in the car for about five minutes before I jokingly asked her if she wanted to have sex with me. She became very quiet. I then took a knife out from below my seat and put it on the speedometer without making any threats against her.

She then agreed to have sex with me. I told her to climb over to the back seat and I followed.

We engaged in a sexual relationship which I thought was with the woman's consent because she did not cry or show her anger. But shortly after having sex with her, I felt scared. I reached for the knife that I had placed on my foot. It was not my intention to stab her. She was wiping her lips with a piece of tissue paper and suddenly put up a struggle. I got a shock and stabbed her twice in the stomach.

I was stunned. I realised that she was still alive. Suddenly, I saw a man with a piece of wood in his hand coming towards the car. I climbed back to the driver's seat and drove to another spot nearby. There I helped the woman put on her pants and blouse.

I told her not to move a lot because she was bleeding profusely. We spent 20 minutes in the car. Fearing that I would be spotted by passing patrol cars, I carried the woman to a barricade next to the car. The (height of the) barricade reached me above my chest.

I placed her on top of the barricade and I sat resting with her. She was still alive then, and I told her that I planned to send her to a hospital.

Before I went back to the car, I tied her hands and feet and gagged her mouth so that she could not move or scream.

Just before that, I saw a van and a red car stopping beside the Tiara. I leapt into a manhole and peeped at the two men while they ransacked the Tiara.

About five to seven minutes later, the two men drove their vehicles away and I went to the Tiara. I saw that they had taken the woman's belongings such as her handphone and handbag, in which I suspected all her valuables were kept.

I was disappointed as I had intended to use her money to send her to the hospital.

Now, without the money, I could only keep her company where she was lying. I could not do anything except ask for her forgiveness.

I told her to go to heaven and pulled her down from the wall (barricade). She was almost lifeless (nyawa-nyawa ikan) by the time I shoved her into the manhole.

Before leaving her, I held her hand and apologised again. I told her I would burn her remains. She stared at me and just then the cloth which gagged her mouth came off. She told me to leave her alone. She said she would rather be left there as she was going to heaven.

I left her and covered the hole with a plank. She did not show any reaction. She did not scream or struggle.

I then drove the car about three kilometres and hid the car there. I walked towards a petrol station and threw the knife away.

I stopped a taxi and went home to Pantai Dalam. It was already about 6am to 6.10am on Saturday.

The next day, I bought two bottles of petrol and at about 11.30pm to midnight, I returned to the spot and removed the plank covering the manhole. I wept. I held her legs and hands and asked to be forgiven. I then sought permission to burn the corpse before leaving the scene. "

Jokingly asked if she wanna have sex??? What??!!?? Jokingly??? Jokingly????!!!!?? She agreed to have sex???!!?? Oh Babi, you have to be kidding me..!!

It's pretty obvious the confession is fabricated by him/his lawyer (yes, i'm warning those future lawyer. never help these kind of egg tart and bus tard.)? I'm really glad the Babi being impose to death penalty. He deserve to burn in hell!

Source - Bernama

Night of Sakura

on Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Konichiwa Mina-san.

Finally, the event that halted for 2 years in my campus has been resuscitated successfully. On 5th of March 2009, the Japanese Cultural Night has silently budged back to the campus! The intriguing event aroused the curiosity and anticipation of the students and thus tickets were sold like hotcakes.

Theme of the night was “Edo-jidai” in which the time Japan was controlled by Tokugawa Shogunate in its capital Edo (Tokyo). It was one of the most peaceful and prosperity days in Japan. Various art forms flourished during the period.

In the blissful night, ushers and usherettes who dressed up in Yukata were among those most wanted by the camera lens. Kawaii ladies that put on the Yukata are amazingly stunning due to the strong allure of the Japanese traditional summer garment.

Japanese Traditional Dance

Drama - sohlou, time traveler and jap girl

Besides, the spectacular performances were up one by one. Japan Club of Kuala Lumpur has proudly presented their Japanese Musical Instruments (mini orchestra) that rarely been seen in any places in Malaysia. Participants are melted into the atmosphere teeming with sweet and comfortable rhythms. Other performances such as drama, Aikido, Japanese Folk Dance, Japanese Traditional Dance, live band and so on. Not forgetting the four layers Kimono Sketch by cute indigenous Japanese. It was so thick and I do felt hot for her.

First layer

Second layer

Third layer

Third layer (behind)

Fourth layer

There was an Origami (paper folding) session where participants were told to follow the instructor to fold a Heart shape using a piece of paper. “Follow me will ya?”, asked instructor. “No!!”. Typical answer from students.

she's following my instruction to fold the origami, so cute!!

suki desu! daisuki desu!!! (omg!! cute Japanese, she talk to me!!!)

Mirth and jubilation on the delectable night brought up the temperature entirely. A reminiscence to be remembered is therefore created.

Domo Arigato Gozaimasuta!

Report prepared by thongchin - MYC! News April 2009

Top 10 Most Spoken Languages in the World

on Sunday, 15 March 2009

I am responding to the letter "Malay among top four spoken languages". I doubt our minister has conveyed the right information to the Rakyat (citizen).

A hasty search over the net for the top spoken languages in the world proven that the information given is actually an unreliable one.

These are the top 10 most spoken languages perhaps.

1st - Mandarin

*Number of speakers: 1 billion+

Area covered : China, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, and Thailand.

2nd - English

*Number of speakers: 508 million

Area covered : Australia, Brunei, Cameroon, Canada, Fiji, New Zealand, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, U.K., and U.S., not to mention many Caribbean states.

3rd - Hindustani(
Hindi and Urdu)

*Number of speakers: 497 million

Area covered : India and Pakistan.

4th - Spanish

*Number of speakers: 392 million

Area covered : Andorra, Belize, Colombia, Cuba, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Spain, U.S., and Venezuela, Spanish weighs in at numero cuatro .

5th - Russian

*Number of speakers: 277 million

Area covered : Russia

6th - Arabic

*Number of speakers: 246 million

Area covered : Most of the Arabic countries in Middle East. From Iraq to Morocco.

7th - Bengali

*Number of speakers: 211 million

Area covered : Bangladesh and Singapore.

8th - Portuguese

*Number of speakers: 191 million

Area covered : Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, France, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, São Tomé, Prìncipe, and Portugal, of course.

9th - Malay-Indonesian

*Number of speakers: 159 million

Area covered : Malaysia and Indonesia.

10th - French

*Number of speakers: 129 million

Area covered : France, Africa, North America as well as in parts of Asia and South America.

*Number of speakers are approximate figures, it might varies from time to time.

The World's Billionaires 2009

on Saturday, 14 March 2009

The World's Billionaires 2009

Sadly to announce, JY's idol has dropped to second while the Microsoft ex-CEO regain the pride back to the first spot in the world. Even supermarket earns a fortune. Walton's family - the founder of Wal-Mart.

Data from

RankNameCitizenshipAgeNet Worth ($bil)Residence
1 William Gates III United States 53 40.0 United States
2 Warren Buffett United States 78 37.0 United States
3 Carlos Slim Helu & family Mexico 69 35.0 Mexico
4 Lawrence Ellison United States 64 22.5 United States
5 Ingvar Kamprad & family Sweden 83 22.0 Switzerland
6 Karl Albrecht Germany 89 21.5 Germany
7 Mukesh Ambani India 51 19.5 India
8 Lakshmi Mittal India 58 19.3 United Kingdom
9 Theo Albrecht Germany 87 18.8 Germany
10 Amancio Ortega Spain 73 18.3 Spain
11 Jim Walton United States 61 17.8 United States
12 Alice Walton United States 59 17.6 United States
12 S Robson Walton United States 65 17.6 United States
12 Christy Walton & family United States 54 17.6 United States
15 Bernard Arnault France 60 16.5 France
16 Li Ka-shing Hong Kong 80 16.2 Hong Kong
17 Michael Bloomberg United States 67 16.0 United States
18 Stefan Persson Sweden 61 14.5 Sweden
19 Charles Koch United States 73 14.0 United States
19 David Koch United States 68 14.0 United States


on Sunday, 8 March 2009

308 is a historic moment for the PR government. It's also the international women's day. It's also the first time I saw tears drop of my friend.

Don't know since when, I've refrain myself to expand my social network in my school. I feel so annoyed by the people over there and this caused a lot of people don't like me. What I really avoiding are just those nuisances, but somehow in other person perspective I seem like a very picky person.

Well, back to topic. Today I want to talk about CW. One of the best friend of mine. He's a smart guy. In fact, very smart. From PMR to SPM until STPM, he never lost a single A's and yet possesses very strong co-curricular background. A person who rejected both NUS's and NTU's offers due to financially unavailable. A humble guy that remain low profile among acquaintances, though he always claim he's the perfect guy in UM due to his all-rounded performances.

I do actually noticed the similarity for both of us but of course he's so much better than I do. Both of us are from single-parented yet average family since we were little.

Tonight we talked a lot. He told me his girlfriend's mother has passed away. I feel really upset, a kind of feelings that not every single person would understand. He expressed the hatred towards her irresponsible money-minded kin. Just like what he experienced in his very own family. He was getting mad at the moment and I could see tears.

Sometimes I felt really unfortunate being in an incomplete family. Especially a simply thing such as my family never sit down and have dinner together. However, I am really grateful enough compare to those orphan. I bet he feel the same as well.

Thus, we have a common goal. We must get rich! Even though one day we got rich, we will retain an average life and give a hand to the needy communities. Never spoon-fed our own children and let them taste the bitterness of life.

CW : I must get rich!
TC : I must get rich!

These are the last sentences tonight before we say goodbye to each other.

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