Memoir Putera Lapis Mahang

Memoir Putera Lapis Mahang

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

TAJUK 9: UNCOMPLETED MISSIONS II: UTM JALAN GURNEY




UNCOMPLETED MISSIONS
II




ANOTHER ROCKY JOURNEY
DUA TAHUN MEMBUANG MASA DI UTM


Sejarah Ringkas UTM


Universiti Technologi Malaysia (UTM) is the oldest premier higher learning institution in Malaysia specializing in Engineering and Technology ever since its inception in 1904. UTM’s existence is synonymous with Malaysia’s growth and progress in technological and infrastructure development, proven by its track record as the provider of almost two-thirds of the country’s workforce in engineering and technology-related profession.

In 1925, the Public Works Department opened the Technical School at Jalan Brickfields (Jalan Tun Sambanthan), Kuala Lumpur, to train technical staff of Public Works Department and the Survey and Land Offices. In 1930, the Kuala Lumpur Technical School was further expanded a new site in High Street, i.e. the present Jalan Bandar.

However, with the advent of World War II, the suggestion could only be implemented in 1946, during which the institution became known as Technical CollegeKuala Lumpur. The Technical College then offered three-year Diploma courses in Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Architecture, Town and Country Planning, Land Surveying and Quantity Surveying. The construction of the new Technical College at Jalan Gurney (Jalan Semarak), Kuala Lumpur, began in 1951. It became fully operational in March 1955. In 1960, a milestone was reached when engineering courses at degree level were offered. Students pursuing the courses had to sit for professional examinations conducted by the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, United Kingdom. The rate of success was most encouraging.








Another milestone was reached in 1967 when the Planning Committee for the Higher Learning decided to upgrade the Technical College to the level of institution of technology with university status from 1969 onward. However, it was only on the14th of March, 1972, that the decision was implemented with the establishment of Institut Teknologi Kebangsaan (National Institute of Technology) under Section 6(1) of the University and College Act, 1971. On the1st of April 1975, the journey from school to university was completed when the institution finally became "Universiti Teknologi Malaysia".

The university has a number of international academic collaborations and offers 108 postgraduate programs in Engineering and Technology.

UTM has two campuses. The main one in Skudai, Johor was the first university in the state of Johor. It has an area of 1.222 km², touted the second largest public university after Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) . It is about 20 km north from the state capital, Johor Bahru, and is located relatively close to the Sultan Ismail International Airport, Senai. The branch campus, Jalan Semarak, Kuala Lumpur (formerly was the main campus) with an area of 0.18 km².

  


Sekarang giliran pengkesahan perjalanan ku selama dua tahun di UTM, Jalan Gurney. Nama Jalan Gurney kemudian ditukar nama kepada Jalan Semarak (1987) dan sekali lagi ditukar nama menjadi Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra (2013).

Kenapa tajuk kecil ini aku tulis dengan "Dua Tahun Membuang Masa di UTM'?. Sesal dahulu pendapatan, sesal kemudian tidak berguna. Aku lupa akan kesusahan yang terdahulu dan tidak bersungguh-sungguh untuk mencapai kejayaan. Kegagalanku di UTM bukan kerana pengajian yang sukar atau ketidakcukupan wang TAPI aku kurang bersungguh-sungguh.

Akan kuceritakan selepas ini.

Enough rest at kampong. When the reporting day come, I went to KL by express bus with Amim (my brother). He sent me to the campus for registration. The Orientation Week commenced. All the new students were inhabited in the hostel at Jalan Gurney. The OW went well. The rules and procedures laid out by the U's management made all the programs in the OW successful. The Vice Chancellor then was Tan Sri Ainuddin Wahid (almarhum).



In the Lecture hall- combined with QS and Town Planning students (during the OWeek- all the female students were wearing 'tudung', cantikkkk jee.....after that.. hehehe)




First Year 1977/78


Architecture is a unique course. Other than the longest degree course in UTM (6 years), the students was also different compare with other students. Mostly rugged and keeping a long hair eventhough it was not permitted in UTM. They find was to runaway or avoiding from get caught by the 'Pak Guard'. The common tactic was wearing cap and keeping the hair tail in the cap or hat. They also 'berkampung' in the studio until late night. They went back in the dark to avoid from being recognised by the Pak Guard. The person who the students fear most was the Deputy VC, Prof Hamid Tahir, who in-charge of Students Affairs.

I stayed in Blok B and my roomate was Sazali (also ex Alam Shah). He came from Kg Rimba Terjun, Pontian. He did Civil Engineering Course. He was okay but the only problem with him was his 'tidor mati'. You know la, Architecture Student! A lot of course work need to be completed in the studio. Always came back to the room very late night. We could not bring back the work because our project required to use drawing board and many types of papers and colors. Water color, poster color, oil color etc.... The hostel room was small.

Everytime I came back from studio, Sazali already slept. He sleep early because he wanted to wake up in early morning and study. And he alwayd forgotten to unlocked the door. So I got to knock the door for long time before he could get up. Sometimes, the whole block members went out from the room because of the knocking noise. Except Sazali. End up, in the middle of the semester, I exchange roomate. I moved to Block C to stay with Ramly Abu Bakar (my coursemate). Settle the problem?? Basic problem yes, but another problem came.

Ramly ni gila-gila sikit perangainya.....He like to sing and scream. Sometimes banging the table. Our neighbouring room was a Final Year student from Engineering Faculty. Long hair and fierce looking face (tapi awek dia chun....). Everytime we make noise, he will come out and scold us. But no serious grief. Budak-budak Architecture, biasa laaaaaa....

Lagi satu kenangan, masa itu hujung  tahun 70an, antara penyanyi Melayu yang popular ialah M.Daud Kilau dengan lagunya Cek Mek Molek dan Sirih Pinang.  Cek Mek Molek ada kenangan tersendiri kerana di depan rumah sewaku di Lorong Bukit Keramat semasa tahun kedua di TUDM ada seorang anak gadis cantik jiran kami yang bernama Sharifah Molek. Nanti kita cerita hal ini.  Pasal lagu tadi tu, kalau di asrama (ada 6 blok siswa), kalau ada lagu itu dialunkan oleh mana-mana siswa atau kebetulan lagu 'Sirih Pinang' dimainkan di radio, masa M.Daud Kilau mengalunkan rangkapkata:


        "Hambalah ini si anak dagang", maka the whole hostel  blog akan menyambut "AMBOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII....."  


 http://youtu.be/Em2oY4p9UVs      





 
myself, Norzam Darmin (now Ar Hj) and Hafiz (now Prof Dr in UKM)
(Norzam from Kota Tinggi and Hafiz from Pontian)



myself with Razak Mustofah (Dip Engineering student)





br eak time after English class: from left Ali Yusof (now Ar), Mr John Davis, Badrul Khair Subari (allahyarham), myself and Himawan G.Adibowo (Indonesian student- back the camera)

In Year 1 Studio- sitting: Sulaiman Abdullah 6th Yr student. Standing from left; Shaari Omar, Me, Ramly, Sutina Ghazali and Ainon (Mek- with guitar). Abang Leman liked to visit our studio because Ainon was his gf (loving couple). Sadly, Ainon was died in road accident on the way back to Kelantan for Hari Raya that year (1977).


Today, all the university are using Semester System. If you failed any paper (limited) you can proceed to the next semester and refer the failed paper. During my time, UTM was using a Term System. Only one final exam a year. Mid-term exam would carry only 30% of the total marks. For the Arch Students, the pre-requisite for the final exam was to pass the portfolio presentation.

Among my classmate in First Year 1977/78 (who I coould remember) were:
  1. Mohd Shukri bin Ahmad (Repeater),
  2. Abd Latif bin Abd Rahim (R), 
  3. Sutina binti Ghazali (R), 
  4. Norazian binti Shahabudin (R) - dalam tahun 1977 nak jumpa wanita bertudung litup memang amat susah (jarang-jarang), tapi Norazian ini telah memperaktikkkan. Dan beliau amat menjaga aurat sama ada dari aspek pakaian atau pergaulan. Tahniah, semoga istiqamah hingga akhir hayat. 
  5. Latipah binti Jan (R), 
  6. Mohd Hazarudin Hashim (R), 
  7. Auspan bin Hassan (R), 
  8. Mohd Azahari binti Idris (R), 
  9. Ainon binti Mohamed (R) (almarhumah) - meninggal dunia dalam kemalangan jalanraya semasa pulang berhari raya di Kelantan.
  10. Md Khalis bin Mohd Hashim (R), 
  11. Abd Wahid bin Latip, budak Muar
  12. Amat Amir bin Sibon - budak Sg Balang, ex SMSJ
  13. Asnah bt Ahmad (budak Muar)
  14. Aishah Arridza binti Mukhlas (kemudian bertukar ke Kursus Sains dan Pendidikan kerana hilang minat dengan Senibina)
  15. Ali bin Mohd Yusof, budak KL
  16. Aishah binti Abd Wahab, budak Muar, ex SMSJ - menetap di Kota Bharu, Kelantan.
  17. Badrul Hisham bin Daud (Tok Penghulu), - budak Temerloh ex SDAR
  18. Bernadib bin Kadri - budak Pontian, ex SDAR
  19. Badrul Khir bin Subari, budak Sabak Bernam (almarhum) 
  20. Himawan Gatot Adibowo, budak Indonesia
  21. Hijazi bin Jasmon, budak Spg Lima, BP (ex High School BP)
  22. Ibrahim bin Hamdan, budak Muar
  23. Ismail bin Mat Akhir, budak Pahang (ex SDAR)
  24. Kamisan bin Suja', budak BP ex Alam Shah
  25. Muhd Yusup Purnawarman, budak Indonesia
  26. Muniandy a/l Pachapen,
  27. Naemah binti Sidek 
  28. Norzam bin Darmin, budak Kota Tinggi (ex SM Tun Habab)- sekarang Datuk.
  29. Norhayati binti Shahnon, budak Penang (anak Sasterawan Shahnon Ahmad) 
  30. Ong Peng Suan
  31. Rahim bin Ahmad, budak Melaka, ex SM Teknik (almarhum) - meninggal dunia dalam tahun 2013.
  32. Ramly A.Bakar, budak Felda Tenang, Segamat (ex SMSJ)
  33. Rosyatimah, 
  34. Roziah bin Saad, budak KL
  35. Salmiah binti Daud, budak Kedah (ex Sultanah Asma' S)
  36. Saifuddin bin Ahmad, budak Alor Setar, Kedah (ex SAHC)
  37. Selvam a/l Mariappan
  38. Shaari bin Omar, budak Kelantan
  39. Tan Gim Huat
  40. Yusop bin Ibrahim, budak Pekan, Pahang
  41. Zamzam bin Mohd Said, budak Melaka
  42. Zulkifli bin Sudin, budak Kulim, Kedah (almarhum)

...ada lagi yang aku dah lupa namanya.

Among the Lecturer/Tutors were; Ghazali Abdullah, Mokhtar, Zamani Abd Ghani (almarhum), Fauzi Awang Kechik (almarhum), Nik Malik (Graphics), Daud Mohamed (Bldg Material), Najib Ibrahim (Physic), Fadzillah (Math).



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Encik Nik Malik Nik Zainal Abidin


Scholarship. I was awarded with JPA Scholarship, amounting RM1900/year. After paying the course fees, the balance was about RM300+ for my pocket money. With high cost for 'course maintenance' especially to buy our architectural/design materials, that amount was far from enough. So, every month I have to write a letter to my father, asking for financial assistance.

JPA Scholarship was among the lowest. Some of my coursemates enjoyed better life because the value of their scholarshisp were much higher.Those who received MARA or DBKL (about RM2500), DARA and PERTRONAS (RM3000) had more money to spend.


Trip to Penang. Towards the end of the semester, we had a course trip to Penang. Besides sight-seeing, the other purpose of this trip was part of 'architectural design' out-door activities. It was also to create closer relationship between the students. We went to Penang by UTM's bus. We stopped at various places along the way and drew the views or the objects. It was part of 'on-site' drawing practices. In Penang, we stayed at USM's hostel.


TRIP TO PENANG: MAY 1978


menunggu bas di perkarangan UTM

berada dalam bas, sedia untuk bergerak
Lawatan ke Aquarium Tunku Abd Rahman,Penang (Barisan belakang dari kiri: Khalis, Azahari, Shaari, Azaruddin, Badrul Hisham, AKU, Yusuf Purnawarman, dan Auspan. Barisan depan dari kiri: Saifuddin Ahmad, Bernadib, Shukri, Norzam, Kamisan dan Ismail Mat Akhir. 

berhenti rehat di tepi jalan sebelum sampai ke pekan Balik Pulau


My first year was not successful. I failed my Architectural Portfolio Presentation. So, I did not qualified to sit for the final examination. So, before the Final Exam I already know that I got to repeat, mean join the First Year next intake. This was my first 'major' failure in my life career.

Repeat Year 1978/79


Twelve of us got to repeat our first year. Latif gagal untuk kali kedua dan terpaksa meninggalkan UTM.
  1. Badrul Hisham Daud 
  2. Badrul Khair Subari (almarhum), 
  3. Muhammad Yusop Purnawarman,
  4. Zamzam Mohd Said
  5. Kamisan Sujak
  6. Yusuf Ibrahim
  7. Gatot Himawan Adibowo
  8. Aishah Abd Wahab
  9. Ismail Mat Akhir
  10. Toharudin
  11. Tan Gim Huat
  12. Indonesian Girl. 
Manakala siswa pengambilan Sessi 78/79 tempat kami menumpang kelas ialah; 
  1. Abd Kahar Abd Ghaffar (budak JB)
  2. Ahmad Kamal Abd Latif (budak Kedah)
  3. Aminuddin Alias (budak Rembau)
  4. Abd Aziz bin Mohamed (budak Kelantan)
  5. Ahmad Nazri bin Abd Aziz (budak Kedah),
  6. Asiah Abd Rahim, budak NS. (sekarang Proffesor Dato Dr)
  7. Abdullah bin Ahmad (budak Mersing)
  8. Ahmad Faisal bin Ahmad Affendi (almarhum),
  9. Ainon Ali (budak KL- anak arwah Datuk Ali Hj Ahmad, bekas Menteri)
  10. Farishah bt Mohd Yusof (budak Gurun Kedah)
  11. Juminan bin Samad (budak Bkt Badong, K. Selangor)
  12. Lim Hock Huat (budak Melaka), 
  13. Mohd Fadzillah bin Mohd Ali (budak Kedah) - sekarang Dato'
  14. Md Shah bin Jaffar (budak JB)
  15. Mahmud Nazmi bin Ayob (budak KL)
  16. Mohd Zabidi bin Mohd Bazir, 
  17. Mohd Yusof bin Awang (budak Penang) 
  18. Mohd Yusof b Ahmad (almarhum)
  19. Mohd Fuad bin Ahmad (budak JB)
  20. Mohd Khairy bin Zakaria (budak Kedah)
  21. Mohd Haiyee, 
  22. Mohd Ariff bin Yusof
  23. Nor Hisham bin Mohd Yatim
  24. Rahmadiah Abd Ghani (budak Kelantan) 
  25. Rosmawati Hj Othman (budak Gombak)
  26. Roslani @ Roslan 
  27. Rosyatimah
  28. Saleha Ismail (budak Muar) 
  29. Samini bt Hj Omar (budak Rengit, BP)
  30. Wong Chun Weng,
  31. Zainal bin Ahmad (budak Kedah) - sekarang Dato' 
  32. Zaleha (budak JB) (she married to Jaafar Atan, our  senior student (Town Planning)- Dato' Jaafar is now (2011) Datuk Bandar Shah Alam 
  33. Zairul Azidin Badri (budak Tg Malim)
    .... etc  Almost all of them are successful in their life now.

The architectural design lecturers were; En Mokhtar, En Fauzi Awang Kechik (almarhum), En Zamani, Sulaiman (almarhum), En Razak Abd Rahman and En Aziz Shuib. The others were Prof Madya Ramli and En Aziz (Math), En Md Najib Ibrahim (Physic), Tuan Syed Farouk Barakhbah (Material), almarhum Utz Wahab Hj Kia, almarhum Ust Dato Hj Fadzil Mohd Noor (Islamic Study) and Tuan Akbar Abang/Paimah Atoma (Malaysian Studies). Ust Dato Fadzil (allahyarham) was later quit and became a fulltime politician. He was the President of PAS (since 1989-2002) before his death on 23 June 2002. Akbar Anang was also quit from UTM to attach with Darul Arqam. Then quit from Arqam and become a fulltime preacher and own a religious school.







Prof (Sr) Dr Md Najib Ibrahim

Ar Abd Aziz Shuib

Ustaz Fadzil Noor


Studying Architecture was involving a high investment. Other than the 'drawing board' in the studio, we have to buy the other equipment and tools such as T Square, drafting pen (expenxsive looooo!) materials for models (many kinds of papers/boards), drawing materials (many types of colours), other stationeres and portpolio box (special order) etc. In fact, we also bought our own drawing board for the home work.

As i wrote earlier, my scholarship (JPA) was about RM1600/year,minus the fees left behind less than a half of thousand a year. House rent, water, electricity, course materials????...Not sufficient. (At that time, those who got scholarship from Bandaraya, DARA or PETRONAS were more lucrative). So, almost every month I have to ask for additional budget from my parent. Sometimes my brother, Khamim (he worked with TNB at Bangsar) and cousin (Amer in RMAF Kinrara) also subsidised me. Financial constraints. Lend (hutang?). Nope. Most of the time we ('we' because almost all having a same problem) took 'instant noodle' (MAGGI MEE) as our staple food especially in the end weeks of waiting for scholarship or subsidy from parents.

In this year session, I was staying at Lorong Bukit Keramat 4 with friends. Some of them were Norzam, Ibrahim, Badrul Hisham, Kamisan, Amir, Bernadib, Zamzam etc. Really congested, like a refugees settlements. Sometimes worst when some friends were coming and night stopped. I could not remember the amount of the rental. But, I appreciated the 'high cooperations' among the housemates. Throughout our staying there, no disputes were occurred.




Inilah rupa rumah sewaku pada tahun 1978/79 di Lorong Bukit Keramat 4
(tak berubah setelah lebih 30 tahun)

The owner of the house (landlord) was 'we called them Pak Aji and Mak Aji' (both died). I forgot their name. They stayed with their daughter Kak Melah (also died) and her husband (abang Kadir). Pak Aji was retired guru agama for the Police Depot (PULAPOL). Kak Melah was also an ustazah in PULAPOL. As a neighbour, selalu la kami dapat makanan percuma dari Mak Aji.


In front of our rented house was a double story house belong to a widow a 'Syed... al Yahya  descent' family. Her name is Sharifah Zabedah (Ayong). Ayong (age 40s) has 2 sons Zainal and Zahid. But, the focus of the story is not about the widow but the other person living in that house. Ayong has 4 sisters and 2 brothers staying together. Sharifah Nor Akma (Kak Nor), Sharifah Nor Hijjah (Kak Jah- passed away), Sharifah Norashikin (Kak Piji), Syed Mohammad (passed away) and Syed Khalid. Except for Kak Nor, the rest were single. There were two more family members staying in that house; Kak Nah and Kak Merah (Sharifah Molek). The most attracted figure was Kak Merah!.


Ayong (no 4 dari kanan) bersama anak dan cucu semasa majlis perkahwinan anakku ke 4 pada 6 Sep 2014


Kali terakhir aku melawat Ayong ialah pada 28 Ogos 2011 sehari sebelum raya.  Memang menjadi rutinku setiap sebelum raya aku akan menziarah Ayong (hari-hari lain jika ada kesempatan) untuk bertanya khabar dan memberi sedikit duit raya sebagai mengenang budi baiknya semasa aku muda2 dulu selalu menempel makan minum dan tidur di rumahnya.  Khabar yang mengejutkan, Ayong bagi tahu bahawa Kak Jah (Sh Norhijjah telah pulang ke rahmatullah pada bulan Julai lepas akibat sakit barah hati. Innalillahi wa inna lillahi rojiun.


I lost contact with all my landlord and also my neighbours, after I acquitted from UTM. But after many years in the air force, I slowly getting back to old memories. Somewhere in 1993/94 when I was working in MINDEF, I went to Kluang for working visit (after we handed over Kluang Base to the Army, the RMAF maintained our Engineering and Supply element in PUTD (Army Air Wing) as part of handing over process). With the help of PW Salleh Pandi, I managed to track Kak Merah. So, I went to visit her house at Taman Kluang Barat. Sadly, I was informed that her husband (Syed Abas) was passed away in early 90s due to heart attack. In 1998 I went again to Kluang for official duty, and managed to visit Kak Merah again. This time she already moved to a Married Quarters in the camp. The last time i met her was in 2006 when I attended a course at INTAN Kluang  and until today I still keeping in touch with her.
I also once in a month visited Ayong family and dropped some RM for her.  During the wedding of my daughter (Fazeera), Ayong, Kak Jah and Kak Piji and family were coming.


dalam studio dengan Mohd Fadzilah
 
one of the design projects (from left Juminan, myself, Lim Hock Huat, Saleha, Zuraina Leily and Noraida)

aku ada kat belakang tu, sebelah kiri- Mohd Nazmi sebelah kanan - body guards to the ladies. (from left: Saleha, Farishah, Zaleha, Rahmadiah, Rosila, Nor Rafeah and Noraida.

KIRI: can't remember where (Kamisan, Khairy, Haiyee, Zamzam, Kamal, Fadzilah & Badrul Hisham)

TRIP TO FARASER'S HILL 1978

 At the gate to Frasers Hill (waiting for the turn to drive up) 
FROM LEFT: Zuraina, Yusuf P, Rahmadiah, myself (merokok masa tuuuu- sejukkk), Badrul Khair (allahyarham) and Himawan

 in the bungalow at Fraser's Hill (with almarhum Yusop Ahmad, Nazri Aziz and Arwah Badrul Khair Subari) 

TRIP TO PENANG 1979

Sketching session at Botanical garden

Botanical Garden- Kamal posing.

Botanical Gdn: from left: UTM bus driver, Shukor Aziz and myself

busy drwning under the sun

reading poet at Batu Feringghi beach

with Zuraina and Ismail Mat Akhir

Batu Feringghi Beach - night motivation lecture by En Razak

On the way back to KL- stop by at Farishah's house at Gurun, Kedah and her parents host our lunch

IN THE STUDIO (UTM JLN GURNEY)

FROM LEFT: Wahid (our super senior), myself, Wahid Latip and (allahyarham) Badrul Khair.

in our classroom/studio.. ni Rosmawati kalo tak silap

OTHER PICs

photo with Pak Cik Saidin at Kg Spg Lawin, Kuala Kangsar (the place where Norzam and his group doing their research on 'History of Architecture) 

My story UTM ended when I received my final result. I passed my portfolio, unfortunately I failed my Math paper! I referred the paper, also failed. I passed my mid-term exam of Math but in my second part of the semester, I put lighter focus on it because of giving more concentration on my portfolio. I attempted to see my tutor (En Aziz) to appeal. Unfortunately.... he could not help because I missed a lot of my tutorials. What I can do? member lain tak pergi kelas tapi depa smart, aku pulak, tau tak pandai tapi ikut ikut ponteng kelas- padan muka aku.


My two year journey in UTM ended with a sorrow. I do not blame anybody else, except myself.


Maka, dengan ini, musnahlah cita-citaku untuk menjadi seorang Arkitek. Biarpun begitu, aku amat bersyukur kepada Allah kerana telah memberikan aku satu perjalanan baru untuk terus maju dalam hidupku. Walaupun aku telah tercampak jauh dunia 'senibina' namun sahabat-sahabatku yang sama-sama berjuang di atas 'drawing board' dulu tidak melupakan aku. Bertahun-tahun mereka berjuang meredah halangan dan cabaran untuk mencapai cita-cita. Sebahagian dari mereka telah berjaya mempunyai firma senibina sendiri, atau menjadi pensyarah (malah ada yang bertaraf Profesor), berkhidmat dengan Kerajaan atau menukar kerjaya ke bidang perniagaan yang lain. Tahniah.


Setelah hampir 30 tahun terpisah, kami dapat bertemu kembali apabila salah seorang dari mereka dapat menghubungiku untuk menyertai satu majlis 'reunion' mereka di Kelab darul Ehsan, Ampang pada tahun 2004. Bermula dari situ, kami menjadi rapat semula, dari satu pertemuan ke satu pertemuan.......... antaranya:




  MENJEJAKI SAHABAT SE STUDIO  
(setelah lebih 30 tahun.....)

  
Ar Hj Fadzilah dan Khairy
  
Juminan dan Ahmad Kamal

Prof Dato' Dr Asiah Abd Rahim

  
Abd Kahar


Noraida Atan



1. Reunion 'Hari Raya' di Kelab Darul Ehsan.

2. Khenduri untuk kesejahteraan Auspan di Surau AU3 dan Rumah Fadzilah.

3. Khenduri Tahlil Arwah Untuk Yusop Awang di Surau Al Firdaus.

4. Kena teh tarik di Restoran Hamid, Jln Semarak.

5. Majlis Perkahwinan anak Fadzilah.

6. Majlis Doa Selamat di Rumah Kamal di Taman TDI.

Aku tak dapat hadir perkahwinan anak Samini (dia orang Rengit) kerana aku dah pindah rumah, kad jemputan dihantar ke alamat lama.



Perkahwinan anak Prof Dr Asiah Abd Rahim (UIAM), aku tak hadir juga sebab tak dapat jemputan. Dia lupa kat aku la agaknya tu.


Makan durian kat dusun durian Pak Lah di Ulu Langat pada 7 Julai juga aku tak dapat datang. Hari kerja. Boss cuti, nak ponteng kejap memang boleh, tapi petang tu, aku ada dua meeting.

Aku hadir dalam majlis perkahwinan anak Ar Zainal di KGPA, PJ pada tahun 2011.  Kebetulan anak Zainal bertemu jodoh dengan anak skot aku, Kol Kharil Asri TUDM.

Semasa perkahwinan anak kedua aku pada 25 Sep 2010, Samini, Kahar, Fadzilah, Rahim dan  Ramly Abu Bakar telah hadir. Manakala dalam majlis perkahwinan anak sulung/ketiga aku pada 19 Nov 2011, antara yang hadir ialah Ar Hj Kahar, Ar Hj Fadzillah dan Ar Hj Norzam Darmin. Hj Kamisan dan Amat Amir.

Pada 20 Apr 14, aku menghadiri majlis perkahwinan anak pasangan 'classmates' Ar Abd Haiyee Hashim dan Mardiah Lokman di Sg Tua Baru. Dalam majlis tersebut aku dapat bertemu dengan Badrul Hisham, Abd Kahar, Noor Hisham, Rosilah Mohamed, Ainon Ali, Noraida Atan dan Aziz.





REUNION DI KELAB DARUL EHSAN
(20 DIS 2003)



AMAT AMIR dan ISTERI (atas) KAHAR dan ISTERI (bawah) DI MAJLIS PERKAHWINAN ANAKKU PADA 19 NOV 2011


PERTEMUAN DENGAN GATOT HIMAWAN ADIBOWO
DI HOTEL ASCOT, BANDUNG, SEP 2011

PERTEMUAN DENGAN YUSUF PURNAWARMAN
DI JALAN YAP KWAN SENG PADA 25 SEP 2012


MAJLIS PERKAHWINAN ANAK MOHD FADZILAH DI MATRADE PADA 
15 DIS 2012


MAJLIS PERKAHWINAN ANAK ARIFF 15 MEI 2013


JUMPA FUAD DI MAJLIS PERKAHWINAN
ANAK AR HJ KAMISAN SUJA' PADA 2 MAC 2014


 
  
 
Perkahwinan anak Haiyee/Mardiah

 
 
DATUM 2014, 24 JUN 2014


 
Md Shah, Azahari dan Kahar telah hadir dalam majlis perkahwinan anakku di Dewan Seroja MINDEF pada 6 Sep 2014



Majlis Tahlil di Masjid UTM Jalan Tuanku Yahya Petra
pada 26 Dis 14


CLASSMATE Marriage

Khairy married to Norhayati
Haiyee married to Mardiah

YANG TELAH PERGI UNTUK SELAMA-LAMANYA



ALMARHUMAH AINON BINTI MOHAMED (1978)
ALMARHUM BADRULKHAIR BIN SUBARI (x)
ALMARHUM MOHD YUSOF BIN AHMAD (2007)
ALMARHUM AHMAD FEISAL BIN A. AFFENDI (2009)
ALMARHUM ZULKIFLI BIN SUDIN (16 DIS 2010)
ALMARHUM RAHIM BIN AHMAD (3 OGOS 2014)
ALMARHUM MOHAMMAD YUSUF BIN MOHAMAD HASSAN PURNAWARMAN (8 FEB 2016)
ALMARHUM JUMINAN BIN SAMAD (15 MAC 2016)


Alfatihah



1 comment:

  1. Lumrah kehidupan..x semua benda yg kita impikan akn tercapai.Andai semuanya dpt, takbur lah kita jadinya..adakalanya sekuat mna pon usaha kita, andai Allah tidak izinkn sesuatu x kan terjadi tp jgn jadikn tu sbg halangan utk kita mngejar kebahagian..Yakinlah ketentuanNya. I/Allah pintu kebahagian pasti terbuka utk setiap hambanya. bab kata dr Hm tuah "damaikan lah jiwa agar lunak menerima apa jua halangan.Bersihkanlah hati agar dapat menerima cabaran dgn tenang & beLailah Kalbu moga kesulitan bukan lagi penghalang mengecap nikmat bahagia"

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