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perbadanan kemajuan negeri selangor
‘Land premium Lord Bobo:
policy to help Budget analysis
needy, not for & Nasi Lemak 2.0
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October 14 — 16, 2011/ issue 44
community
Fishing village
to finally get titles
By Basil Foo
SABAK BERNAM: A fivedecade-long wait for titles will
soon be over for part of a Chinese
fishing village situated on Malay
reserve land, thanks to a rare land
swap by the state.
“The Malay reserve land will be
moved to another area: to another
31 hectares in Sungai Tengah,”
said Sekinchan state assemblyperson Ng Suee Lim.
The homes of generations of
ethnic Chinese residents living
on Lorong 6 to 12 of Bagan Sekinchan overlapped with part of
31 hectares of Malay reserve
land.
The first villagers moved to area
in 1925, but unbeknownst to
them, the area was gazetted as Malay Reserve in 1933.
Ng told Selangor Times that
land swaps to resolve overlapping
land claims have been done in
other states, but this will be the
first in Selangor.
“The state has agreed to the
land move because of this special
case. As this has been going on for
more than 50 years, we had to
solve it eventually,” he said.
Ng added that the move was a
win-win situation for all parties as
the residents would receive land
titles and the amount of Malay reserve land in the state would be
maintained.
He said the land in Sungai Tengah, where the reserve land will be
moved to, is vacant and can be developed at any time should the
need arise.
The process of getting the titles
for the 200 Bagan Sekinchan
households will take three years as
the State Economic Planning Unit
needs to determine the boundaries
of each home in the village.
“They would need to go and remeasure the land in the village so
that we know which part belongs
to whom,” said Ng.
State secretary Datuk Mohammed Khusrin Munawi (far right) and Shah Alam mayor Datuk Mohd Jaafar Mohd Atan cutting Shah Alam's
11th anniversary cake. Looking on are (from left) Shah Alam City Councillor Kamarudzaman Sanusi, Shah Alam deputy mayor Mohtar
Hani, and councillor Datuk Emran Kadir. Stories from page 9.
Ng attributed the overlap to an
administrative blunder when
boundaries were drawn.
State executive councillor Ean
Yong Hian Wah, whose portfolio
includes New Villages, said there
are a few other villages in the state
that face the same issue.
He said the Bagan Nakhoda
Omar fishing village in Sabak
Bernam was another case where
land exchange would be the only
solution.
Meanwhile, the adjacent five
rows of households on Lorong 1
to 5 of Bagan Sekinchan have re-
cently been offered ownership of
their land.
The 183 households were, for
generations, denied land titles because they were on stilts.
However, the state government
granted them their land titles last
month.
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Low-cost flat
upgrade project
on track
By Brenda Ch'ng
SHAH ALAM: Refurbishment of 11 selected low-cost flats
in four local councils has started under Program Baikpulih
Negeri Berkebajikan (Ceria).
Under the scheme, which began earlier this month, the state
will subsidise 80% of repair costs while the residents pay the
balance.
The initiative was introduced in June by Iskandar Abdul
Samad. “The overall cost to fund the first phase is RM2.3
million,” said the executive councillor for housing.
The funds will be used to repair 21 lifts, gutters and sewers,
apart from installing four new water tanks.
The repairs will be carried out at two flats in the Ampang
Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ), six flats in the Petaling Jaya
City Council (MBPJ), two in the Klang Municipal Council
(MPK), and one in the Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj).
“Work has begun in a few areas, but some contractors are
still waiting for repair parts,” Iskandar said.
In addition, three lifts and one gutter have been repaired at
two flats, one in the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ)
and the other in the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA).
The state has also invited five other flats in MPAJ, MBSA,
MPKj and the Kuala Langat District Council to take part in
the first phase of the project. These flats will be repaired after
consent is obtained from residents.
Iskandar said RM9.7 million has been allocated for the
second phase, which is expected to benefit 48 low-cost flats,
Funding for each flat will be determined by the Selangor
State Development Corporation and Selangor Housing and
Real Estate Board by Nov 4.
Subsequently, offers will be made to the residents through
their Joint Management Bodies ( JMB) or Management
Corporations (MC).
Upon acceptance, the registered JMBs or MCs will need to
present their financial statements for the past six months, pay
an upfront deposit of 10% for repair costs, and agree to pay
the balance of 10% within the agreed time frame.
“Contracts are expected to be tendered and awarded on
Dec 12, and work will begin immediately,” said Iskandar.
He added that a command centre will be set up to oversee
this project, which involves 64 developments.
“We hope residents will give their co-operation by paying
their deposits on time,” he said.
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‘Land policy to help
needy, not for profit’
By Gan Pei Ling
SHAH ALAM: Selangor’s RM1,000
leasehold renewal and land title policy
is meant to help owners stay in their
homes and not profit from the sale of
the properties.
“The state devised this scheme to
help people who cannot afford to pay
the premium to secure a land title or
extend their lease,” said Faekah Husin,
political secretary to the Menteri
Besar.
They include settlers who have been
holding Temporary Occupational Licences (TOL) for decades. Under the
policy, their rights to continue occupying the land will be protected.
Many of these settlers cannot afford
to pay the land premium to convert the
TOLs to regular titles.
“That’s why we created this new
scheme. Oher wise, they would
continue to be squatters,” said Faekah.
Owners are required to pay the
remaining land premium if they intend
to sell their properties or secure bank
loans.
But MCA has rubbished the
scheme, claiming it disallowed home
owners from selling or transferring
their properties except to next-of-kin.
“You must look at the spirit of the
scheme … this is to help them keep their
homes, not for them to make a profit.
If the owner wants to sell or mortgage
the property, then he or she should be
able to pay the full premium,” said
Faekah.
She said the state will be creating
a land bank to differentiate between
residential owners who have only
paid RM1,000 and those who have
paid in full.
Faekah said a 30% discount is given
to those who pay the premium in full
within six months of the approval of
their applications
On the increasing cost of land
premiums, Faekah said it is due to rising
property prices in Selangor as land
premiums are based on market value.
MCA has said the state should waive
land premiums to prove its sincerity in
helping the people, but Faekah said this
was not practical.
Land premium is an important
source of revenue for the state, she said.
When asked whether the new
scheme contravenes the National Land
Code as alleged by MCA, Faekah said
Section 76 (c), (d) and (e) of the Code
provide the state power to grant land
titles to owners who do not pay the
premium in full by imposing certain
conditions.
She adde d that desp ite the
opposition’s criticism, public response
to the scheme has been positive.
Toll
extension
a further
burden
By Chong Loo Wah
Khalid (right) receiving a set of books from Rusli on Monday.
Strengthening ties
with language
SHAH ALAM: The state-level National Language Month 2011 was
launched here to promote a common identity and strengthen ties
through a common language last Monday.
“The national language should play a role to unify Malaysia, which
is well-known for its different cultures and traditions,” said Rusli Abdul
Ghani.
The Dewan Bahasa Pustaka Language and Literature Conservation
Department director spoke during the launch in Dewan Jubli Perak at
the state secretariat. He said several events will be held throughout October to promote
the proper use of Bahasa Melayu among students and the public.
Programmes include an Intellectual Forum in UiTM Shah Alam on
Oct 18, and a secondary-school language quiz at the Rawang Integrated Boarding School on Oct 20.
An exhibition called Information Track will be held at Taman Tasik
Seri Gombak on Oct 22, and a month-long Bahasa quiz will be held on
the SelangorFM radio channel.
Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, who launched the initiative, said the national language remains relevant in the wave of modernisation faced by
the country.
The Menteri Besar said knowledge can be acquired through mastering various languages without depending solely on the English language.
“We are proud because Bahasa Melayu is among the most widely
used in the world, after Mandarin, Spanish, English, and French,” he
added.
SHAH ALAM: Putrajaya’s move to extend
Grand Saga Sdn Bhd’s concession for another
five years was met by criticism by Cheras MP
Tan Kok Wai.
This means motorists on the Cheras-Kajang
Highway will continue to pay toll until 2030
instead of 2025.
Tan said the move defeated Prime Minister
Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s promise to abolish one
of the two tolls on the Cheras- Kajang Highway
to reduce the people’s burden.
On Wednesday, Works Minister Datuk Seri
Shaziman Abu Mansor, in a written parliamentary reply, informed Tan of the extension, which
is due to the restructuring of toll rates in 2002.
The original concession agreement was from
Sept 19, 1995 to Sept 18, 2025.
Shaziman further disclosed that the federal
government had paid Grand Saga Sdn Bhd
RM105.15 million in compensation for the toll
rate restructuring.
The concession agreement was extended
again from 2027 to 2030 due to the issue of
“traffic leakage” in Bandar Mahkota Cheras.
Residents prefer to use another road that bypasses the RM0.90 toll.
Shaziman also said another toll rate hike is
expected in early 2013, but Putrajaya is looking
for other options to “lighten” the people’s burden.
Tan questioned the need to extend the agreement when Putrajaya had already compensated
the highway concessionaire RM105.15 million.
He said the extension and expected toll hike
demonstrate that the concession agreement is
lopsided and favours the highway concessionaire.
He added that residents are collecting signatures and submitting a memorandum to the
prime minister to express their objections.
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Doubts remain
over telco tower
despite briefing
By Alvin Yap
KLANG: A briefing on the health impact of telecommunication
towers failed to allay the fears of residents in Bukit Tinggi II last
Sunday.
The residents here remain unconvinced that the tower across
the road from their houses is safe from “harmful radiation”, despite a three-hour briefing by an expert from the Ministry of
Health, a telecommunications engineer, and a Klang Municipal
(MPK) councillor.
“Are you sure it emits low-level radiation? Can you guarantee
it?” asked 43-year-old Tan Hock Nam, referring to a telecommunications tower constructed a stone’s throw away from his
house last July.
Erected on the roof of a double-storey shoplot across a road
from the housing area, Tan said residents there are subjected
daily to possible high radiation levels.
Tan said he was worried for his family’s health and safety.
Another resident, Lim Kok Keay, concurred with Tan, saying
that the telecommunications tower is too close to residential
areas.
Residents of the housing estate took turns to query YTL
Communications Sdn Bhd engineer Nivas Ragavan, whose
company owns the tower in question.
The manager said his team of monitors had checked the radiation levels in the surrounding area as part of standard proce-
dure before bringing the installation online.
“We conducted a series of tests and monitored the radiation levels before we turned the switch on at the tower,”
said Nivas, who is in charge of licensing guidelines and
regulation.
He pointed out that the telecommunications tower is emitting
very “minute” levels of radiation, comparable to emissions from
daily appliances such as television and radio sets.
The tower currently serves some 55 subscribers in the area to
YTL’s YES wireless broadband service as well as voice communications.
Nivas also reiterated that the antennas were erected after the
company received approval from the Malaysian Communications
and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) and MPK.
An expert on radiation from the Ministry of Health also
pointed out that the levels and type of radiation from the telecommunications station are not harmful.
However, resident SH Chong said it would be better for the
residents there if the tower was relocated further away.
He also took to task the municipal council and YTL Communications for not conducting a survey with the residents at
Bukit Tinggi Homes 2 before making the decision to build the
telecommunicationa tower.
“Good and well [that] MPK decided to approve the construction of the tower, but we were not consulted on the move,”
Chong said.
Residents clean up flats
ahead of celebrations
KLANG: Families living at the Klang Municipal Council
(MPK) apartment on Jalan Raja Lumu here turned out in
full force to clean their neighbourhood ahead of Deepavali
last Sunday.
“Residents are happy that they have come together to help
each other keep the area clean,” said MPK councillor Wendy Ong
at the sidelines of the gotong-royong event.
The cleanup, attended by about 50 people, was jointly
organised by Ong and the Joint Management Body ( JMB)
committee of Pangsapuri MPK Jalan Lumu.
It was co-organised with the service centre of Pandamaran assemblyperson Ronnie Liu, who pitched in to sweep
the entrance of the ground floor.
Ong described the event as timely, saying that residents
of the 50-unit apartments there have made numerous
complaints about the cleanliness of the area.
MPK also directed its solid-waste management contractor to assist residents to get rid of their discarded furniture
and other bulk items.
The contractor provided four lorries, which ratepayers
filled to the top with unwanted items.
Residents and contractors also worked side-by-side to
clear a ground-floor storeroom that had been used by errant
parties to keep things such as cans, bottles and cardboard.
Ong said residents have complained of mosquitoes and
rodents around the storeroom, adding that the culprit was
irresponsible for having used a public area to hoard items.
“It could be a breeding ground for Aedes mosquitoes
and rats,” Ong said.
Ong said the neighbourhood cleanup was part of MPK’s
efforts to spruce up parts of Klang ahead of the Deepavali celebrations.
Later, Ong congratulated the residents for their effort
in keeping the area clean.
She also donated RM500 from her councillor’s allocation to two needy residents here.
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EVENTS
Talk: Social media for SME
Presented by Datuk Abdul Aziz, the talk will be
held on today (Oct 14) from 10am to noon at
PKNS Bizpoint, Level 2, Section 7 Shah Alam.
Free admission. Call 03-51911491 for details.
Klang River cleanup
Edu-cat Malaysia is organising a cleanup of
the Klang River with support from the Klang
Municipal Council, Port Klang Authority, Bandar
Bukit Tinggi Rotary Club and Eco Warriors
Malaysia tomorrow (Oct 15). Volunteers will be
taken on fishing boats, equipped with
rubber gloves, nets and scoops to catch rubbish
floating in the river. Volunteers are meeting up at
Harbour City Port Klang (next to jetty to Pulau
Ketam), Lot 484 Jalan Foreshore. Contact David
Bradley (017-2844590) or Gudrun Nienabar
(017-2844550) to sign up.
Cupcake party
The Women’s Aid Organisation and The Pixel
Project are organising a fundraising party titled
“Paint it Purple” at 2.30pm tomorrow (Oct 15) at
the Academy of Pastry Arts Malaysia in Petaling
Jaya. Tickets are RM40 and donors will enjoy a
cupcake demo session as well as bring home a
box of four cupcakes. Dress code: purple outfits.
Only 50 places available. Contact Ann Nunis,
project officer from WAO, by emailing [email protected]
gmail.com or call 03-79575636 / 0636.
Big Bad Wolf Books sale
Over 1.5 million books are on sale, including
popular titles from JK Rowling, Mitch Albom,
Tony Parsons, Cecelia Ahern and more, at Hall A,
Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang till Oct
16 (Sunday). Discounts range from 75-95% on
all titles. The book fair opens from 10am to 9pm.
Free admission. Visit bigbadwolfbooks.com for
more information.
Steve Jobs
commemoration
IACT College is organising a three-day tribute
titled “How Steve touched our lives” from
today (Oct 14) to Oct 16 (Sunday) at Jaya One,
Petaling Jaya. The event will be officiated by Hulu
Selangor Member of Parliament P Kamalanathan
at 10am today. The public is invited to write down
your personal message for Jobs and stick it on a
board on display. IACT College will photograph
the messages and produce a digital panoramic
commemoration board to be sent to Apple’s
headquarters in California, USA.
Sarawakian brunch in KL
Barefoot Mercy, a non-profit non-governmental
organisation, is inviting the public to be part of
its Sarawak Awareness brunch on Oct 22 at
11am at The Annexe Gallery, 2nd floor Central
Market, Jalan Hang Kasturi, Kuala Lumpur.
Native customary rights lawyer and Ba Kelalan
assemblyperson Baru Bian will be the event’s
guest of honour. Tickets are RM50. RSVP at
[email protected]
Eco film fest
Running for the fourth year in a row, the Eco Film
Fest will feature award-winning environmental
films from foreign and local filmmakers. There
will also be an exhibition on eco-friendly
products and services as well as forums and
workshops. The film festival will be held from Oct
28 (Friday) to Oct 30 (Sunday) at Dataran Tunku
Canselor, Universiti Malaya. For full programme
details and screening schedule, check out www.
ecofilmfest.my.
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Rift over football field
upgrade
Bukit Jelutong football field
out of bounds.
By Brenda Ch’ng
SHAH ALAM: A move to upgrade the Bukit Jelutong
football field has split the neighbourhood between those
who support the move and those who fear being fenced
out.
Those who oppose the move were caught by surprise
when Sime Darby Property (SDP) fenced up threequarters of the field on Jalan Kubah U8/57 last Saturday.
“If I knew the field was going to be off-limits, I
wouldn’t have bought the house here. In fact I would
discourage my friends [from buying houses here], too,”
said HL Desilva.
The 36-year-old, who just moved in last August, said he had
been kept in the dark about the status of the field, and only
found out about the upgrade from signage that has been put
up.
“All I know is, they are building a futsal court. We don’t
need one. We need our field back, an open space where children can run around and play,” he said.
He hopes the project will be stopped, and also for someone
to explain what is happening to their field.
“This field used to be the place where about 150 residents
exercise and play football every afternoon and evening. Now,
not everyone is allowed there anymore,” said resident Izzat
Luqmaan Ahmad.
The 18-year-old, who has been playing football there for
over 10 years, is saddened that his childhood field has been
taken away without warning.
“I think this is really unfair as we weren’t informed before
the fencing went up. We should have been given a chance to
speak up and voice our thoughts,” he said.
He also said children who use the grounds for their daily
football training practices will have nowhere to go.
Among the children affected are resident Nurul Amirah
Artist’s impression of the refurbished field.
Ahmad Shah’s two younger brothers.
“They used to play every day after school, but now they’re
forced to sit at home and whine about not being able to play,”
she said.
The 17-year-old student said her brothers used to learn from
and play with older residents there.
“It was a bit of a shock for them when they were told they
cannot play there anymore,” she said.
The Bukit Jelutong Residents Association (BJRA), however, said they had pre-approved the upgrade of the field.
BJRA president Ahmad Fhamy Sallehudin said he hadn’t
been aware of the objections by the residents, but will be looking into it.
“Our primary concern is always for the residents as we want
to make sure they have unrestricted access to the field for their
daily dose of exercise,” said Ahmad Fhamy.
The 54-year-old said they had welcomed SDP’s proposal
to upgrade the field because the turf is not in good condition.
“Upgrading the field to international standards will definitely benefit all football enthusiasts here,” he said.
He said discussions are still ongoing with SDP to see how
the refurbishment can benefit all residents.
The upgrades are expected to be completed by December.
Sime Darby Property, in a press statement, said they have
Traffic lights for deadly intersection
Gan with residents inspecting the dangerous
intersection.
RAWANG: A two-decade wait for traffic lights is finally over for residents of Taman Bukit Rawang Jaya
(TBRJ), who have been living in fear for their safety.
“Finally residents can go in and out of the neighbourhood safely without worrying about accidents that
might happen at the busy intersection,” said TBRJ
residents association president Yap Koon Leong.
The intersection, situated between the neighbourhood on the right and PKNS Batu 20 Industrial Park
on the left, is part of the Federal Highway from Rawang
town to Ulu Yam.
Yap said deaths due to accidents were a weekly affair
because there were no traffic lights to direct vehicles
there.
Residents from 1,000 households have had no option
but to use the intersection, which is the only route in
and out of TBRJ, daily.
The danger is even greater for those who have to cross
the highway to get to work at the Industrial Park.
“There are speeding vehicles and lorries on the road
all the time, and it is almost impossible for residents to
get across the road,” Yap said.
The state has allocated a budget worth RM400,000
to resurface the road and install traffic lights at the intersection.
“The project has already started and is expected to
be completed by mid-November,” said Rawang assemblyperson Gan Pei Nei.
Gan hopes that accidents will decrease and residents
will feel safer on the road when the traffic lights are up
and running.
The installation of the lights will take at least a
month. “The contractors need to do infrastructure work like
underground wiring and also resurfacing the road to
make it more conducive for drivers,” said Gan.
According to Gan, RM200,000 will be used for infrastructure and underground wiring, while the other
RM200,000 will be used to resurface the road and
install the traffic lights.
Gan also pointed out that this measure is only
temporary as it doesn’t solve traffic congestion
problems.
She said the road needs to be upgraded from one
lane to two in order for traffic conditions to improve.
“I hope the federal government will make it their
priority to upgrade the road and make it wider to
cater to the heavy flow of traffic,” said Gan.
She is proposing that the road from Rawang town
all the way to Sungai Choh be widened to two lanes
in each direction.
owned and maintained the field since 1999, but had
engaged with residents and received consent for the
upgrade via BJRA.
This had been done before the plan was submitted to the
Shah Alam City Council, which approved the plan on Sept
28.
The upgraded section of the field will become the training
ground of the Sime Darby Football Club (SDFC) team. SDFC
is currently playing in the Malaysian Premier League.
“We would like to note that this facility, when ready, will
also be made available to Bukit Jelutong residents free of charge
when the SDFC team is not in training or during the Premier
League’s off-season period. This is subject of the playing condition of the pitch,” SDP said in the statement.
SDFC will also conduct coaching clinics for children under
12 years old as part of its commitment to develop young
football talents in the country. It will further help, from time to time, local football teams
raise their performance standards through a number of football
clinics.
SDP has also identified several fields in the community that
will be upgraded for football and other recreational activities.
These include three football fields located on Jalan Kubah
(adjacent to the SDFC field).
In addition, a new football field will be built on Jalan Arca,
as well as a futsal court on Jalan Bait in Bukit Jelutong.
Council’s PR dept adopts green bike
KLANG: A new electric bicycle
will be used by the Klang Municipal Council’s (MPK) Communication and Public Complaints
Department to deliver letters to
the public as part of their green
initiative.
MPK recently received the environmentally friendly Transikal,
which was sponsored by Orang Besar Klang Datuk Abdul Ghani
Pateh Akhir, for a three-month
pilot project to determine the
feasibility of using electric bicycles. “It’s convenient to use the bike
when delivering mail because it saves
time by avoiding traffic congestion
while reducing air pollution,” said
MPK secretary Ikhsan Mukri.
Despite its size, the bicycle is
capable of moving fast and has
enough storage space for mail, and
only needs to be charged once a day.
The bicycle is also practical
when it comes to cleaning and
rubbish collection along narrow
lanes.
“The Transikal can easily access
areas that cannot be accessed by
lorries, and rubbish collection will
be more efficient as the bicycles
will not obstruct traffic flow,” said
Ikhsan.
Ikhsan urged other departments to incorporate this environmentally friendly initiative, and
hopes it will be implemented in all
departments soon.
This new initiative is also aimed
at promoting a healthier choice of
transportation to the public.
“ We are moving towards a
greener direction, and I hope all
staff and [members of the] public
will go green with us,” Ikhsan said.
He hopes the use of this bicycle
will encourage the public to make
it their choice of transportation
while running everyday errands.
“This is the first step to getting
staff and residents to cycle to and
from work. Then it can move on
to becoming a choice of transport
on weekends,” he said.
Abdul Ghani (right) receiving the bike on behalf of MPK from the
Transikal distributor.
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New hospital needs federal
green light
By Brenda Ch’ng
HULU SELANGOR: Selangor is prepared to allocate land
for a new government hospital for the the district, but Putrajaya needs to be prepared to approve and build it.
“However, I’m not confident the federal government will
be building the hospital anytime soon,” said executive councillor Dr Xavier Jayakumar.
Dr Xavier, whose portfolio includes health, was speaking
during a working visit to the Kuala Kubu Bahru hospital,
which is also in the district, on Monday.
He pointed out that a new hospital could cater to the increasing number of patients who seek treatment from government hospitals each year.
“About 70% of the public are seeking medical treatment at
government hospitals because their cost is far cheaper than
private hospitals,” he said.
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Dr Xavier pointed out that more doctors
should be brought in to government hospitals
as the current staff are burdened to treat at least
200 patients a day. “We should look into this seriously because
diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity are
among the few health issues showing an increase
every year,” he said.
An alarming 3,500 diabetes cases are reported every year.
Dr Xavier was accompanied by hospital
director Dr Jasmeet Singh, Ulu Bernam constituency coordinator Abdul Sukor Ali, and
Batang Kali constituency coordinator Khalid Dr Xavier speaking to the mother of a newborn baby.
Jaafar during the visit.
He also gave out hampers to mothers with newborn babies
“These contributions are from my office, and are aimed to
as well as children who were warded at the time.
help lessen the burden of those less fortunate families,” he said.
Selangorku unveiled at Klang Land Office
KLANG: The state new slogan ‘Selangorku’ was launched
at the District and Land Office’s monthly department meeting here on Tuesday morning. The slogan was unveiled by Sri Andalas assemblyperson
Dr Xavier Jayakumar, who said it was chosen to instill in the
public affection for their home state. “The design is simple, incorporating all the colours of our
state flag, and a heart in place of the ‘O’ to illustrate our love
for our home,” he said.
Officially launched on July 24 this year by the Menteri
Besar, Selangorku also represents the success of the state’s
welfare programmes.
“In only three years, we were able to help over 1.5 million
less-fortunate families by distributing over RM500 million
in profit from state subsidiaries,” Dr Xavier said.
In the same period, the state also increased its reserves
More road upgrades possible
via open tenders
to RM1.126 billion, which is the highest ever.
“This is a historic moment as we collected that recordbreaking amount in only three years,” Dr Xavier said.
At the ceremony were Klang District Officer Datuk
Bakhtiar Hussin, Klang Municipal Council (MPK) secretary Ikhsan Mukri, Klang Orang Besar Datuk Abdul
Ghani Pateh Akhir, and state executive councillor Dr
Halimah Ali.
LEMBAGA PERUMAHAN &
HARTANAH SELANGOR
TINGKAT 5, PODIUM UTARA BANGUNAN SULTAN SALAHUDDIN ABDUL AZIZ SHAH
40503 SHAH ALAM SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN
PROMOSI TAWARAN PEMBELIAN RUMAH
KOS RENDAH DI DAERAH HULU LANGAT
Ean Yong (third left) inspecting the completion of upgrading works on Jalan
Kuyoh with local community leaders.
By Chong Loo Wah
SERI KEMBANGAN: Surplus funds
will be used to upgrade Jalan Indah 2/10 in
Taman University Indah and roads around
the commercial centres in Section 5, Serdang Perdana soon.
Eng Yong Hian Wah said the RM197,185
being allocated for the project is what’s left
of the RM1 million state allocation for
small projects for the constituency. The Sri Kembangan assemblyperson said
bidding on open tenders for the upgrading
work is under way.
The additional road upgrades were made
possible due to savings of almost RM200,000
from open tenders for four earlier road upgrades that had been carried out. The state executive councillor said only
the most competitive contractors were
chosen. “In the end the four projects only cost
RM782,690, so we saved 20% of our original budget,” he said after inspecting one of
the roads on Tuesday.
The first four upgrading projects started
in July and were completed in August. The roads that have been upgraded include Jalan SK 6/1 in Seri Kembangan New
Village; Jalan Pintas between Jalan Kuyoh
and Jalan Mawar; Jalan BS 6/2 and Jalan BS
3/1 in Taman Bukit Serdang; Jalan SB 1/2,
Taman Sungai Besi Indah; and Jalan PBS
14/1, Perindustrian Bukit Serdang.
The contractors were selected using the
open-tender process adopted by the Subang
Jaya Municipal Council.
Ean Yong said residents and factory
operators were particularly pleased now
that Jalan Kuyoh and Jalan Mawar are
tarred.
Located in a previously unlicensed industrial area with around 60 factories, both
roads were previously untarred and in bad
condition.
Residents often use the roads as shortcuts to travel between Serdang Raya, Serdang Baru and Taman Bukit Serdang.
Projek: Taman Harmoni,
Cheras
Pemaju: Permodalan Negeri
Selangor Berhad (PNSB)
Jenis:Rumah Flat 5 Tingkat
Harga Seunit: RM 42,000.00
Baki Unit: 60 unit
Projek:
Taman Sutera, Kajang
Pemaju:
Modal Ehsan Sdn. Bhd
Jenis:
Rumah Flat 5 Tingkat
Harga Seunit: RM 42,000.00
Baki Unit: 52 unit
Projek: Pangsapuri Angkasa Indah,
Kajang
Pemaju: UH Industries and
Dev. Sdn Bhd
Jenis: Rumah Flat 5 Tingkat
Harga Seunit: RM 42,000.00
Baki Unit: 8 unit
Projek: Pangsapuri Seri Permai,
Kg Baru Cina Semenyih
Pemaju: Perbadanan Kemajuan
Negeri Selangor (PKNS)
Jenis: Rumah Flat 5 Tingkat
Harga Seunit: RM 42,000.00
Baki Unit: 21 unit
Pelawaan dibuka kepada individu seperti berikut :
(a) Pemohon yang masih belum berdaftar & berminat untuk memiliki rumah kos rendah
(b) Pemohon yang sudah berdaftar tetapi belum ditawarkan rumah kos rendah
* Tawaran rumah kos rendah ini adalah tertakluk kepada syarat dan kriteria yang ditetapkan oleh Kerajaan Negeri Selangor
* Kerajaan Negeri dan LPHS tidak pernah melantik mana-mana agen atau individu persendirian untuk mengambil bayaran atau mengedar
surat tawaran kepada orang awam
* Maklumat lanjut sila layari laman web LPHS di http://lphs.selangor.gov.my
Sebarang pertanyaan boleh menghubungi :
03-55447650 (Cik Norkamisah Ahmad)
03-55447078 (En. Faez Sujak/ En. Yuzi Said)
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Financial aid for needy patients
PORT KLANG: A cancer patient and an asthma
sufferer each received RM1,000 from Ronnie Liu and
local councillor Wendy Ng on Tuesday to ease their
financial burden.
“This is to help them get by while we help them to
apply for financial aid from the Social Welfare Department,” Liu, who is also Pandamaran state lawmaker, said.
Srimawar Masran, 25, said she was grateful for the
support.
The homemaker has been unable to work or take care
of her one-year-old son because of her severe asthma. Her husband, Rosli Othman, 31, also had to resign
from work to take care of her and their child while the
couple continues to look for treatment for her illness.
Liu said he would introduce them to a Chinese
medicine practitioner in Subang Jaya to help Srimawar.
Choo Kim Swee, 67, who suffers from throat cancer
and who has lost his voice, also received cash assistance.
Meanwhile, Liu announced that his service centre
will be organising a fundraising dinner on Nov 26 at
the field next to Pandamaran Sports Complex.
Speakers confirmed include DAP veteran leaders
Lim Kit Siang and Karpal Singh, PKR deputy president Nurul Izzah Anwar, Selangor Menteri Besar Tan
Sri Khalid Ibrahim, and PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu.
Apart from raising funds for the upcoming general
election, Liu said the dinner will also celebrate DAP’s
47th anniversary. A minimum donation of RM500 is required for a
10-person table. For more information, call Evelyn Gan
(016-2675006), Watson (010-5313113), Kelly (0126507388), Abu (019-2239053) or Ms Tan (0149678938).
(From left) Srimawar and the Choo couple receiving RM1,000 each
from Liu (second right) at his service centre on Tuesday.
Deepavali joy for 33 families
By Brenda Ch’ng
SUBANG JAYA: Thirty-three families, including single
mums, received Deepavali goodie bags worth RM100 each to
help them celebrate the upcoming festival of lights. The women each received a saree along with essential
household items including cooking oil, sugar, rice flour and
soap powder.
The annual event to help the needy was organised by Hindu Sangam Bandar Sunway, and was held last Saturday.
Subang Jaya assemblyperson Hannah Yeoh was present to
distribute the goodie bags to the women.
“I feel so blessed to receive these for the festive season as
now I can use my money to buy other things like meat and
fish,” said PJS7 resident Ammasi Maruphamutu.
The 65-year-old said it usually costs her about RM500 to
cook for her whole family of eight children and numerous
grandchildren.
Living with her recently widowed daughter and grandchild,
Ammasi said she relies on assistance from Hindu associations
and Yeoh no less than three times a year, to cope with the rising cost of living.
Ammasi was among the families from Subang SS13
and SS19, USJ1 Angsana and Sunway PJS7 flats.
“I took a bus here all the way from USJ 1. Although
it is far, it’s definitely a worthwhile trip,” said single
mother Mariammah Alakamalai, who also receives
assistance several times a year.
With three children to raise, she pointed out that
every little bit helps.
The 32-year-old factory worker said the RM100 in
cooking essentials is the best thing she could have asked
for during this festive season.
“Now with the extra money, I can even get a cake
for my children as a special treat for them,” she said.
“All goodies given away today were thoughtful donations by the public, and all we did was organise this Members of the Hindu Sangam community serving food during
event to distribute it to these women,” said Hindu the celebration last Saturday.
Sangam Bandar Sunway chairperson Thavamani
Mogan.
to continue this in the years ahead,” she said.
Thavamani, 54, said over RM3,000 worth of donations
Yeoh added: “We have been partnering with Hindu Sangam
were received by the organisation, and she is thankful for all since 2008 and I hope this continues.”
the contributions.
She said her office has also pledged RM3,000 to help pay
“We are holding the event for the third year and we hope for the tent, sound system, food and other expenditure.
Council launches SMS complaints service
BANTING: The Kuala Langat District Council (MDKL) has launched
a Short Messaging Service (SMS) system for the public to forward
complaints to the council.
“This allows the public to alert us and lodge complaints via their
mobile phones without having to come to our office,” said council
president Abdul Razak Jaafar on Wednesday.
He said the public just need to type “MDKL ADUAN <complaint
details>” and send the message to 15888.
They can check the status of their complaint by typing “MDKL
SEMAK <complaint reference number>” and send it to 15888.
“We hope this will help us respond to complaints quicker and more
effectively,” Abdul Razak added.
The public can also call the council at 03-31872825 during office
hours or submit their complaints online at any time by visiting http://
mdkl.starselangor.net/iresponz/index.cfm.
Huge turnout at mini-run
By Alvin Yap
KLANG: A mini-marathon organised by the
Klang Municipal Council (MPK) attracted
800 participants last Sunday.
The race was especially memorable for those
who attempted to finish the six-km course
around Teluk Pulai in 27 minutes.
“I tried my best, but I could only manage to
reach the finishing line in 38 minutes,” said Paul
Lee, who jogs almost daily around his neighbourhood here.
The 39-year-old accountant said the inaugural run was a good way to encourage people
to compete in public
sports events.
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a time limit.
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Hustling, bustling
and still growing
SERVICE WITH A SMILE: A MBSA staff attending to a customer.
By Alvin Yap
S
Unisel building.
hah Alam has come a long way since its
days of being part of the Sungai Renggam oil palm and rubber plantations.
The history of the city, which marked its
11th Anniversary on Oct 10, starts in the
early 1960s when it was decided that Kuala
Lumpur, the then capital of Selangor, should
be the federal capital. Kuala Lumpur was
declared a federal territory on Feb 1, 1974.
A search for a new administrative capital
for Selangor began, and town-planning experts deemed the city’s current location ideal
because of its location between the gateway
of Port Klang (then known as Port Swettenham) and the bustling township of Petaling
Jaya.
They also noted that the location was along
the proposed Federal Highway, which, upon
completion, would connect Kuala Lumpur
and Klang via Petaling Jaya.
A milestone was reached on Dec 7, 1978
when the late Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz
declared Shah Alam the new state capital of
Selangor.
Shah Alam has since grown into a premier
residential hub, as well as the manufacturing
and transportation centre of Malaysia.
The main plant of national car manufacturer Proton was set up in the early 1980s in
its outskirts, which heralded the birth of Shah
Alam as an industrial city, and the population
and economic growth flourished as a result.
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Mayor: We cannot afford to
be complacent
D
atuk Mohd Jaafar Mohd
Atan, 57, was sworn in as
Shah Alam’s sixth mayor
in April 2011, succeeding Datuk
Mazalan Md Noor, whose term
ended on March 31.
Mohd Jaafar graduated with a
Bachelor of Urban and Regional
Planning (Honours) from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and started
his career as a town and country
planning officer in Malacca in
1980.
He was appointed as the Seremban City Council president as well
as the Town and Country Planning
Department state chief in Negeri
Sembilan and later Selangor.
Mohd Jaafar has a Masters in
Development Management from
the Asian Institute of Management
Manila in the Philippines, and a
Postgraduate Diploma in Human
Resources Studies from the University of Manchester.
The mayor shares some of the
challenges in administering Selangor’s capital city, and the reasons
the city council is attempting to
rebrand itself, in an interview with
Selangor Times on Oct 7.
Why is the Shah Alam City
Council rebranding itself?
Sometimes when an organisation has been successful, its members become complacent. We’re
afraid our staff will become complacent. Right now, both the federal and state government emphasise a lot on delivery and speed. I
want my staff to get rid of the old
civil-servant mindset and work like
people in the corporate sector.
That’s why we need a rebranding
exercise.
If I ask for something in the
morning, I want it to be done by
afternoon. We cannot sweep things
under the carpet or afford to be
slow in responding to public requests and complaints. We’re audited at every level – at the state,
federal and international level.
I also told my staff we should
also take the audits positively. We
shouldn’t be afraid of being audited. For example, our website was
audited by MDeC (Multimedia
Development Corporation) recently and was ranked eighth out
of over 1,100 other governmentagency websites. It also received a
five-star rating, but I told my staff
not to be too happy and to think
of how they can improve the website.
As a city manager, I need to give
my bosses results. I cannot give
Datuk Mohd Jaafar: I want my staff to get rid of the old civilservant mindset.
excuses or reasons [for any failure].
W h a t a re s o m e o f t h e
changes the people in Shah
Alam can look forward to
after the rebranding exercise?
I’ve around 1,500 staff. I think
more than 90% are highly commit-
ted to their job, and then of course
you have some with personal issues
as well as some who resist change.
Such people are everywhere, but we
will explain to them why we need
to change and give them time.
We take care of our staff, their
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City council’s
social responsibility
programmes
MBSA held a tree-planting exercise at Sg
Renggam last month as part of its corporate
social programme.
T
he Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) regularly
carries out programmes to promote Selangor’s
capital as safe and sustainable city.
Security and crime-watch programmes, as well as
initiatives to promote recycling and sustainable living,
are emphasised.
The initiatives also aim to include ratepayers in
playing a proactive role in leading these community
programmes.
Safe City
Under the Safe City project, MBSA works closely
with the Royal Malaysian Police as well as residents
associations to prevent crime.
MBSA also works closely with the Malaysian
Crime Prevention Foundation, a non-governmental
organisation (NGO), towards a low crime index in
the city.
The city council’s partnership with the authorities
and NGOs has resulted in the identification of
hotspot areas in Shah Alam.
It has more than three dozen closed-circuit television cameras (CCTVs) installed in hotspot areas to
monitor crime and safety.
Councillors and the police work closely to target
crime in MBSA’s respective zones.
Pedestrian areas with snatch-theft cases have been
upgraded with barriers and bollards.
MBSA has also installed flood lighting at car parks,
tunnels and other locations to facilitate surveillance.
Sustainable development In 1963, city planners envisioned that Shah Alam
would be an environmentally friendly city.
Today, MBSA boasts a comprehensive recycling
programme that aims to reduce solid waste in the city.
Sections 6,7,11, 17, 20, 28 as well as U19 have
collection centres for recyclable items.
Ratepayers can separate their household waste
according to paper, bottle, plastic, metal and other
materials.
MBSA also started its tree-planting programme
called River and Trees for Life in April 2011 in collaboration with environmental NGOs, schools,
universities and corporations.
During the past six months, volunteers have
planted over 6,000 trees of various species including
jelutong, meranti and tampoi, as well as fruit trees
along the Renggang River and Damansara River.
The tree-planting programme will continue for the
rest of the year in a bid to encourage the public to
play an active role in conserving the environment.
Social activities MBSA’s corporate division organises Frienz, a
youth and young-adult volunteer programme for
residents from the age of 12 to 40.
Participants are given leadership training and exposure in environmental, academic and athletic fields,
among other areas.
It also encourages the participants to start initiatives in their respective communities.
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Sultan Salahuddin Abdul
Aziz Mosque
The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz
Mosque, also known as the Blue
Mosque, is heralded as the largest
mosque in Malaysia and one of the
largest in Southeast Asia. Its most
distinguishing feature is its large
blue-and-white dome, measuring
52m in diameter and reaching 107m
above ground level. The mosque has
four minarets at each corner, each
140m tall. It can accommodate up
to 24,000 worshippers at a time.
Sultan Alam Shah
Museum
The Sultan Alam Shah Museum is
the state museum of Selangor. Situated in the state capital, the museum
was commissioned by the late Sultan
of Selangor, Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, when he
declared Shah Alam as the new
capital of Selangor on Feb 14, 1974.
The museum was opened by Sultan
Salahuddin in 1989. It displays many
treasures and artifacts related to the
history of the state.
Tun Uda Library
Touted as the largest revision centre
in Selangor, the Tun Uda library
portrays traditional architecture
coupled with the latest technology
in book borrowing. The library was
officiated by the Sultan of Selangor
on March 5, 1988.
Shah Alam attractions
Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque
Selangor Islamic Arts
Complex
The Selangor Islamic Arts Complex
houses many Islamic masterpieces
including a variety of Islamic calligraphy known as khat, and a number of precious treasures. An Islamic Art College is located within
the complex. Nearby, a gallery and
performance centre called Laman
Budaya is located, where exhibitions
and shows regularly take place.
Shah Alam Lake Gardens
Shah Alam Lake Gardens is one
of the favourite retreats of residents
in the vicinity in the evenings and
on weekends. An artificial lake, it is
divided into three sections: the east
section is called Tasik Damai, the
west Tasik Permai, and the middle
Tasik Indah. All three sections are
surrounded by beautiful gardens
ideal for family outings and picnics.
Totalling 43 hectares, the park
has raised platforms at certain lake
sections for observation of freshwater creatures like tortoise and fish.
Peacocks, forest chickens, geese and
storks are reared here, too.
Sultan Alam Shah Museum
Bukit Cahaya Agricultural
Park
Spanning 1,290 hectares of tropical
rainforest, this park features a host of
nature-related experiences and activities. The park has been designed
for visitors to catch a glimpse of the
country’s agricultural resources such
as oil palm, paddy, rubber and coconut. Visitors can check out various
flora at the Orchid Park, Cactus Park,
Fruits Plantation, paddy fields and
more. Entrance for adults is RM3 per
person, with the option of renting a
bicycle at an additional price.
Selangor State
Secretariat
The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz
Shah Building is an imposing
24-storey-high monolith that houses the state secretariat. Built between
1982 and 1984 with elements of
traditional Bugis design, it is shaped
like a cargo ship to signify the state’s
progress. Important decisions concerning the running of the state are
carried out in the administrative
offices of the state government like
the Menteri Besar’s office, State Assembly Hall and Silver Jubilee Hall.
‘We have to be more accountable,
transparent and committed’
• From page 10
career path and welfare. I want all
my staff to be proud [members] of
the city council.
We have to be more accountable,
transparent and committed, and
work with integrity. Nowadays the
Menteri Besar (Tan Sri Khalid
Ibrahim) always stresses on value
for money; we need to learn to
spend less but produce results in
our work.
The people in Shah Alam can
judge me after six months [on]
whether the city council’s performance has improved and is more
efficient.
What are the top three issues in Shah Alam? What
are some of the ratepayers’
grouses?
I would say the first is illegal
dumpsites. Recently, we cleared 10
lorries’ worth of garbage in Sungai
Buloh during one of our programmes.
Second is the [issue of ] unlicensed factories, including those
handling scrap metal, built in residential areas.
We receive all sorts of complaints, such as fallen trees or
branches after heavy rain, [but]
most of them are about maintenance [of public facilities].
The city council’s five core businesses are rubbish collection,
streetlights, drains, landscape and
roads. The main bulk of our budget
goes to solid-waste removal and
maintenance of these public facilities.
Leadership training
• From page 12
Frienz is an extension of Kelab
Remaja 1221, which was set up in
1995 for youths aged between 12
and 21.
Kelab Remaja 1221 focuses on
organising academic, camping and
motivation programmes for the
youths.
It also has a sports clinic for
futsal, cycling, volleyball and rugby
under the club.
Youths attend weekly practices
under a coach at MBSA sports facilities.
How do you plan to balance development in the
city with sustainability? Is
the city council promoting
any green initiatives, such
as the tax rebate for owners
of houses with eco-friendly
features?
We’ll discuss with other local
councils and come out with a standard guideline on the tax rebate.
MBSA is serious about going green.
We’ve already planted 25,000 trees
around the city this year, and we
plan to plan another 25,000 trees
by the end of this year. Some of
these are fruit trees – we hope one
day when they start to flower and
bear fruit, they will attract birds,
butterflies and squirrels back, but
not monkeys, hopefully (laughs).
But more trees also mean more
responsibilities for the city council
to take care of. My staff has to prune
the trees, take care of the branches
after rain.
Do you look to other major
cities around the world for
inspirations to improve
Shah Alam?
Yes, for example, Shanghai, Singapore and Melbourne. The new
Shanghai is very livable. I’ve been
to many cities in China; they are
revamping
the old cities
and are very
serious about
landscaping
and building
good infrastructure as
well as cleaning up the
rivers. There
are many
thing s we
can learn
from them.
Singap o r e ’s O rchard Road
is right in the
middle of the
city, but temperature is
kept low becaus e th e y
have many
large trees there to provide shade
for the people.
I also look to the world’s most
sustainable cities like Vancouver,
Perth and Oslo for ideas.
But I alone cannot make a difference; I need everybody’s help.
Together we can make a difference and make Shah Alam a
dream city.
Any messages for the
people of Shah Alam?
I cannot direct them, but I appeal to them to keep the cleanliness
around their houses, separate garden refuse from trash, and don’t
keep stuff that would accumulate
water to prevent dengue. Help us
make the city a better place to live
in for everyone.
SELANGOR TIMES ⁄ October 14 – 16, 2011 ⁄ 15
Message from
Ronnie Liu,
State executive councillor for
Local Government,
Research and Development
I would like to congratulate the
Shah Alam City Council (MBSA)
on their 11th Anniversary as a City
Council on Oct 10.
MBSA has come a long way since
its inception. What used to be the
Sungai Renggam oil palm and rubber estates is now the bustling and
dynamic state capital.
I would like to commend Mayor
Datuk Mohd Jaafar Mohd Atan for
embarking on a rebranding exercise
for MBSA to better serve ratepayers
in this city.
His emphasis on integrity for his
staff is timely and appropriate because of the increase of public expectations and demand on the
council.
MBSA, like any organisation,
needs to constantly strive to improve delivery of services.
These includes responding to all
public queries and complaints
promptly.
While moving to be green, clean
and safe are steps in the right direction, these policies can only be successful with the buy-in of all stakeholders.
I urge the council to do more to
get residents associations and communities involved in their sustainable and safe city programmes.
On that same note, local councillors who are the conduit between
MBSA and the public must step up
to better represent the needs and
demands of those in the areas they
serve.
No section of society should be
ignored and no voice left unheard.
Congratulations once again to all
staff, councillors and the city folks
for making the anniversary celebrations possible.
Shah Alam City Council (MBSA)
on your
11th Anniversary
from
The Management & Staff of
Enter high-tech
industries into
Shah Alam
• From page 9
The late 1980s and early 1990s saw high-tech industries
coming into Shah Alam, when major international manufacturers such as Panasonic, Bosch and Motorola set up
their factories.
Shah Alam also has one of the highest concentrations
of institutes of higher learning. In 1967, Institut Teknologi Mara (now known as Universiti Teknologi Mara or
UiTM) relocated to its present location in Section 1, with
a land grant of about 121 hectares.
Other institutions of higher learning include Universiti
Industri Selangor (Unisel), Management and Science University (MSU), and the latter’s affiliate college, Pusat
Teknologi dan Pengurusan Lanjutan (PTPL) or Advance
Management and Technology Centre. All this has resulted
in population and economic growth.
The area for the development of Shah Alam was initially within a 41.69 sq km site, but by 1997, the state
capital had grown to 290 sq km, with new areas such as
Setia Alam and Kota Kemuning having opened up.
The late 1990s also saw rapid development to the
amount of RM100 million and a population of almost
400,000.
Shah Alam reached another milestone on Oct 10, 2000
when the Ministry of Housing and Local Government
awarded it its city status.
16 ⁄ October 14 – 16, 2011 ⁄ SELANGOR TIMES
MBSA staff reminded
to act with integrity
By Basil Foo
Jaafar (left) handing a book to Khusrin during the MBSA
rebranding launch on Wednesday.
SHAH ALAM: Shah Alam City
Council (MBSA) staff here were
reminded by mayor Datuk Mohd
Jaafar Mohd Atan that integrity is
an essential part of public service.
D“Integrity – for example, in
punctuality, relaying information,
giving good service, and liaising
with department heads, colleagues,
and support staff,” Jaafar said on
Wednesday.
Speaking at MBSA’s 11th anniversary and rebranding launch, he
said integrity is an important facet
to support the council’s efforts to
improve.
Audit team to keep city clean
SHAH ALAM: An audit team
made up of officers from different
departments of the Shah Alam City
Council (MBSA) will be formed to
monitor solid-waste collection.
“The audit teams will monitor
rubbish collection by existing Alam
Flora rubbish collectors to ensure
cleanliness is maintained,” said
Datuk Mohd Jaafar Mohd Atan.
The MBSA mayor said as they do
not have enough monitoring officers,
staff from other departments will be
drafted into the audit team and given
compensation for their efforts.
He said the audit team has about
40 personnel, and predicted that more
will be added when the need arises.
Jaafar cautioned that with Alam
Flora withdrawing its management
of solid waste from the state in midOctober, the coming months will be
challenging.
He said about 72 contractors
previously hired by Alam Flora have
been given special approval to
c ontinue mana g ing g arb a g e
collection.
“I spoke to representatives from
each company personally last
weekend to evaluate their capacity
for rubbish collection, like number
of staff and lorries,” he said.
Their performance during this
transition period will be taken into
account when the council decides
on which contractors to retain.
Jaafar added that the council can
easily hire extra contractors to
bolster the city’s waste-management
capabilities if there are any delays in
rubbish collection.
“Occasionally, the lorries may
break down and rubbish would go
uncollected for a few days. If that
happens, the public is advised to
contact MBSA for swift action,” he
said.
He added that rubbish collection
will now be more cost-efficient as
payments will be made directly to
the waste-management companies.
To guide council staff in working
for the best interests of ratepayers,
the MBSA Integrity Plan has been
published as a book.
Jaafar added that the city council
will also work towards reducing bureaucracy by getting council departments to act as a cohesive team.
Also at the launch was state secretary Datuk Mohammed Khusrin
Munawi who also said bureaucracy,
unprofessionalism, and bribery
need to be weeded out.
“Council officers should safeguard the image of their respective
departments,” he said.
To mark the launch, Khusrin
received books on the MBSA Strategic Plan 2010-2015, MBSA Integrity Plan, and MBSA Local Draft
Plan 2020 from Jaafar.
Khusrin also gave out iPads to
Shah Alam residents and council
staff members who won lucky draws
last month for paying their assessment rates on time.
Shah Alam City Council (MBSA)
on your
from
The Management & Staff of
Selangor State Investment Centre
SSIC BERHAD
No F1-2-G, Jalan Multimedia 7/AG
CityPark i-City Shah Alam 40000 Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Tel: 603-55102005 fax: 603-55196403
SELANGOR TIMES ⁄ October 14 – 16, 2011 ⁄ 17
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bentuk
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october 14 — 16, 2011
Budget thingamajiggy
analysis and Nasi Lemak 2.0
L
ord Bobo, in the wake of the Budget 2012
announcement, many of my friends were complaining
on Facebook, Twitter, and at the mamak during
breakfast that the Budget ignored the middle-class rakyat.
For all the pre-Budget speculation, we didn’t receive any
help to counter the problem of escalating cost-of-living
expenses, or the fact that it’s almost impossible to buy a
home without selling your soul to a bank for the next 30
years. Why were we forsaken? Ignored, via email
THERE is only one rational explanation for this, and it is one
that is as old as time. In fact, it has even been made into a catchy
song, and is very easy to remember. Obviously, as you and your
friends think that you did not receive any “goodies” as part of
the Budget, you haven’t been on your best behaviour over the
past 10 months. During this time, the government – in particular the man bearing these magical gifts – has made a list,
checked it twice, just to find out if you’ve been naughty or nice.
On a more serious note (specifically, F-sharp), many people
who are claiming to be middle-class aren’t middle-class at all.
In all likelihood, their standard of living is pretty high. It really
depends how you measure whether or not you are able to maintain a good standard of living. Your bank balance isn’t really a
good measure unless you manage your finances prudently. One
can easily earn RM10,000 a month (definitely not middle class)
but live from paycheck-to-paycheck without savings.
One of Lord Bobo’s minions was having dinner at a restaurant in KL a few days after the Budget was announced
and overheard a young lady who looked to be in her late 20s
complaining that she and her other “upper-middle-class”
friends had been ignored by the Budget, blaming the government for not being able to purchase a home in a nice housing
development. She argued that they were being ignored because the government expects upper-middle-class urbanites
to vote for the opposition anyway, and hence did not need
to soften them up.
All this seemed to make sense,
that is if you
ignore the fact that she was carrying
a Chanel handbag, using an iPhone with a Bottega Veneta
cover, and wining and dining at
a restaurant that costs an average
of RM200 per person. Oops.
Financial planning aside, let’s
not forget that Malaysians continue to
live heavily subsidised lives. There is no doubt
Teohlogy
patrick teoh
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Ask Lord Bobo is a weekly column by LoyarBurok
(www.loyarburok.com) where all your profound, abstruse, erudite, hermetic, recondite, sagacious, and
other thesaurus-described queries are answered!
that expenditure, taxes, subsidies and all manner of other financial and economic thingamajiggies (to use a technical term)
need to be worked on. But before blaming the government for
your financial situation and saying that you are “forsaken”, start
by taking ownership and responsibility for where your salary
disappears to every month.
D
ear Lord Bobo, last week you wrote that you hoped
for a budget that was not just aimed at winning votes,
but one that was best for the country moving
forward. Now that it’s been announced, what is your view
of Budget 2012? Cash Chow, via email
THERE has been a lot of post-budget analysis since the big
announcement. Lord Bobo is no economist, so we recommend
that you Google and read the thousands and thousands of
expert views. His Supreme Eminenceness would not want to
look silly in the midst of all those experts. After all, we might
end up doing something stupid. For example, we might say
that Malaysia needs to cut subsidies or the country will be
bankrupt by 2019, and follow that up a year later by giving the
thumbs up to a Malaysian budget that does not cut subsidies.
That would surely immediately expose Lord Bobo as a joke,
for no expert would do something as silly as that. Right?
I
just read that Nasi Lemak 2.0 doesn’t qualify for a tax
rebate. What’s this about? Mee Goreng 1.0, via email
THERE has been some controversy over this tax rebate over
the years. It used to be that only Malaysian-made movies that
had more than 60% Bahasa Malaysia dialogue would qualify
for a rebate on entertainment tax. There has been an instance
(Pic by mycocoabutter @ Flickr)
where a Malaysian-made internationally acclaimed and awardwinning movie did not qualify for the rebate as it “was not
Malaysian enough”. As qualifying criteria go, it really doesn’t
get much more vague than that.
In January, the Minister of Information, Communication
and Culture announced that Malaysian-made Cantonese, Mandarin, and Tamil movies would also be entitled to the rebate,
provided that Bahasa Malaysia subtitles were inserted. Since
then, the application of this policy has continued to confuse,
and the Nasi Lemak 2.0 announcement adds to the uncertainty.
The announcement by the National Film Development
Corporation (Finas) director-general Mohd Naguib Razak
stated that Nasi Lemak 2.0 “has been viewed with prejudice
because the producer (Namewee) had sparked a controversy
before.” This statement is interesting on two counts. Firstly, it
now seems that in order to qualify for the tax rebate, a film
must have a non-controversial producer. Secondly, Namewee
isn’t the producer (he is the scriptwriter and director, the film
was produced by Fred Chong).
His Supreme Eminenceness is rarely surprised (that’s one
of the side effects of being omniscient). This decision is surprisingly unsurprising. As Finas has in the past put itself as a judge
of how “Malaysian” a movie is, it is quite unsurprising that it
would reach a decision and release a statement justifying the
decision based on criteria which is not only vague, but inaccurate. Sadly, that seems to be a very Malaysian thing to do.
Come on, get happy!
he past couple of weeks has been sort of tough. On
the old brain I mean. Mine. Having to remember lines
from a script that is not exactly Shakespearean quality
and having to say them while moving around without
knocking into the furniture on stage. Things were so stressful
that I missed the big event of the month: the announcement
of the Budget by the prime minister!
And so, days after the big event, I went online to read what
the fler had announced this time, and if his announcements
were as entertaining as those he made on national TV on
Malaysia Day. Sadly, it was not la.
Each year all of us Malaysians look forward to hearing what
the prime minister would announce with the new budget. The
word “goodies” is always bandied about by the media to describe whatever is being presented to the nation as the Budget.
And I can’t really remember the last time our Malaysian
Budget was not “people-friendly”. That is the term the PR
boys love to use, right? Along with words like “nod”. Like in
newspaper headlines such as “Public nod for budget”. Meaning to tell us that Phwaar!!! The people are okay with what
the PM announced. Happy even.
Why are Malaysians always so happy about being given
things that are rightfully theirs in the first place? Ever think
about that?
Wah! The government is going to be spending so many
billions to build new schools, hospitals, low-cost housing.
Say thank you.
Wah! The government is going to spend so many millions
to take care of senior citizens, families of armed forces and
other retirees and so on. Say thank you.
Wah! The government is going to spend so many billions
to make life better for you. Say thank you.
Excuse me. The money you are spending is mine anyway.
And you flers are merely the staff we “employed” to manage
that money properly so that we can enjoy the fruits of our
labour. You make sure that all my needs are taken care of first.
Then if you have something to spare, then tell me about what
goodies you are going to give me for allowing you to remain
in your job. That should be the way ma? Right or not?
Now you use my money to buy submarines that don’t
submerge. You live in a house that requires millions of ringgit just to keep the garden trimmed. And you have more
money, or seem to, than I shall ever imagine possible for any
one of your “employers”.
I have a mortgage on my house which has a garden the size
of your doorstep. And each time I look at my bank account I
either cry tears of frustration or laugh in terrified hysteria at the
three digits in front of the decimal point that stare back at me.
But I do have something that submerges or goes down
under water la. My quality of life here in my home country.
Of course the big news last month was the repeal of the
Internal Security Act or ISA. Phwaar! The media exploded
with stories of Malaysians applauding. But the government
was just giving back the basic rights of all Malaysian citizens,
which they took away to begin with. So if a robber came back
years later to return something he forcibly took from your
home you say “thank you” issit?
Oh, by the way did you notice how the government tells
us the “good” news about the abolishment of the need to
apply and get approval annually to keep newspapers on the
stands? No need already. Phwaar! Everybody cheered. Good
what! But the fine print read that the power to withdraw the
printing licence can still be exercised at the discretion of some
minister or other. So waffor? Same thing what.
And then some more we already know all the newspapers
and radio and television stations belong to the political parties that make up the government flers anyway. So how does
the abolishing of the need for annual renewal of printing licences affect us? We seem to be always happy at getting
hand-outs of one sort or another. Whether those hand outs
are worth jack we don’t seem to care.
This morning I opened the papers to see the story about
our prime minister having breakfast with his family at some
kopitiam. Phwaar! And that seemed to have made so many
of us sooooo happy. A politician comes to the ground to
mingle with the rakyat, the people who elected him, the
people whom he should be serving and it becomes a big deal?
Why ah?
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october 14 — 16, 2011
RM50mil sold during
Sunway Properties Show 2011
BANDAR SUNWAY: The Sunway Integrated Properties
Show 2011 attracted more than 10,000 visitors, with homebuyers and property investors snapping up over RM50 million
worth of property during the three-day event held at Sunway
Pyramid’s Blue Concourse from Oct 7-9.
Sunway Integrated Properties Sdn Bhd managing director
(Property Development Division) Ho Hon Sang said: “We
are very pleased that our buyers are purchasing Sunway properties based on not only our good track record and reputation
as a reliable developer, but because we are a trusted pioneer of
integrated property [development] and community [building]
in Malaysia.
“The encouraging response indicates that Malaysians are
keen to invest in the property market when given the right
incentives and assurance of sustainability.
“Furthermore, with friendly financial packages and Lohas
(Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability) philosophy implemented in all the latest development projects, buyers can now
enjoy luxury homes with environmentally friendly features,”
Ho said, adding that the event will be held every year.
The Sunway Integrated Properties Show 2011 hosts the
very best of Sunway properties in Malaysia, from landed and
residential to high-rise and commercial.
These include Sunway South Quay in Bandar Sunway;
Sunway 27 Square in Shah Alam; Sunway Vivaldi in Mont
Kiara; Sunway Rymba Hills in Sunway Damansara; Sunway
Nexis at Dataran Sunway; Sunway Velocity in Kuala Lumpur;
Sunway Rydgeway in Melawati; Sunway Eastwood at Taman
Equine; Sunway Palazzio in Sri Hartamas; MontBleu Resi-
The turnout at the property show.
dence in Ipoh; and Sunway Merica in Penang.
Sunway Montana in Melawati – a freehold development
comprising residences, and one of the last remaining green
lungs of Kuala Lumpur – also made its debut at the properties show.
During the event, the public was teated to an array of excit-
Fan bags fantasy
football top prize
SHAH ALAM: Kicking off the new
2011/2012 football season with a bang, football
fan Aiman Ab Adzim
showed he has what it
takes to manage a professional football team
when he obtained the
top score in the Domino’s Fantasy Football
League.
A 23-year-old stud e n t f r o m K u a l a Hasfahlinda (left) and Domino’s Pizza
deputy general manager Shamsul Amree
Lumpur, Aiman studies (right) presenting the prizes to Aiman.
medicine at the Islamic
Science University of Malaysia.
League kicked off in conjunction
The Liverpool supporter col- with the 2010/2011 EPL season
lected a total of 1,169 points in the in August 2010.
fantasy football league at the close
Participants were given a virof the 2010/2011 EPL season, tual budget of £100 million to
earning himself top spot and the create their own fantasy football
title of Domino’s Best Fantasy team by virtually buying players
Football Manager.
who played during the season.
During the prize presentation
Points were earned based on the
ceremony on Tuesday, Aiman actual players’ performances on the
picked up a cheque for RM10,000 pitch.
as the grand prize for his achieveBesides the end-of-season prizment. The cheque was presented es, top scorers for each month were
by Domino’s Pizza Malaysia and also awarded with a one-year supSingapore marketing manager ply of free pizzas, while all particiHasfahlinda Hassan.
pants received weekly e-coupons.
Hasfahlinda said: “ We are
During the prize ceremony,
happy to present him with the football fans had the chance to
grand prize for his show of skill show off their skills by competing
and expertise. Domino’s is just as in a series of football drills and pop
passionate about football so we quizzes to test their knowledge.
certainly understand his dedicaMore than 80 fans sporting
tion to the game and drive to win.” their favorite team jerseys attended
Domino’s Fantasy Football the ceremony.
ing programmes such as street magic performances, jazz and
retro music performances, caricature, and petting-zoo animals.
On the final day, a children’s colouring contest was held
with the theme “Colour your Dream Home”.
To find out more about Sunway Integrated Properties, call
03-56399000 or log on to www.sunwayproperty.com.
Chery Automobile launches new van model
PETALING JAYA: Chinese automaker Chery
Automobile unveiled their latest model, the Transcom
– a 14-seater van – at The Curve last Friday.
Its chief executive officer, Paul Ng, is confident that
the Transcom will do well in Malaysian market, having
received 50 orders prior to the launch.
“The Transcom can be used to carry various goods,
ferry schoolchildren or tourists, or used as an ambulance. It’s for everybody,” said Ng at a press conference
after the launch.
Priced at less than RM90,000, the van is equipped
with a 2.0 TCI turbocharged engine, anti-slip braking
system, airbags and noise-reduction technology to
provide passengers with a safe and quiet ride.
The seats are made of knitted material and are adjustable.
The Transcom is available in white in mini-coach and
other specifications to cater to customers’ needs.
One of the top exporters among Chinese automakers,
Chery Automobile first entered the Malaysian market
in 2005.
It established a joint venture with Alado Corporation
in 2008 to manufacture and assemble Chery vehicles in
Johor Bahru.
Chery Automobile has 46 sales and 33 service centres
around Malaysia. The service centres offer 24-hour
breakdown service as well as a full range of Chery spare
parts.
For more information about the Transcom or other
Chery models, visit www.cheryalado.com or call 1-800888-198 to request for a test drive.
Interior of the Transcom.
Window Van
Panel Van
Private (RM)
Company (RM)
Private (RM)
Company (RM)
Selling price*86,900
87,100
Insurance
premium 2,497.90 2,700.17
86,900
87,100
3,758.583,758.58
*Includes one-year road tax (RM428.40), number plate (RM100), finance ownership claim fee (RM50) and registration fee (RM300
for private purchase; RM500 for company purchase)
SELANGOR TIMES ⁄ October 14 – 16, 2011 ⁄ 21
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Gallery
22
October 14 — 16, 2011
Menteri Besar Tan Sri
Khalid Ibrahim
striking a gong to mark
the launch of the statelevel National Language
Month 2011 at the state
secretariat on Monday.
State secretary Datuk
Mohammed Khusrin Munawi
(right) handing an iPad to a
Shah Alam resident who won
a lucky draw to reward timely
payments of assessment taxes.
Looking on is Shah Alam mayor
Datuk Mohd Jaafar Mohd Atan.
Menteri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim (third from left) at the launch of Program Jelajah
Pemerkasaan Desa Negeri Selangor 2011 and the ‘Selangorku’ slogan at Kompleks Muhibbah
Taman Bolton Sri Gombak. From left are Selayang Municipal Council president Datuk Zainal
Abidin, state exco Yaakob Sapari, Khalid, Hulu Klang assemblyperson Saari Sungib, Gombak
MP Mohamed Azmin Ali, Gombak district and land officer Ahmad Zaharin Mohd Saad, and
Batu Caves assemblyperson Amiruddin Shari.
Shah Alam mayor Datuk Mohd Jaafar Mohd Atan (right) planting a tree
as part of the River and Trees for Life project carried out by the city
council (MBSA) last month. On left is a representative from Maxis Bhd,
which donated RM90,000 to the green initiative.
Subang Jaya assemblyperson Hannah Yeoh with members of the Hindu Sangam community
and women from needy families who received sarees and goodie bags to help them celebrate
the upcoming Deepavali festival.
Hulu Klang assemblyperson Saari Sungib visiting a senior citizen in his 60s
who is suffering from cancer. Saari visited three patients who are
homebound at the Taman Keramat flats on Sunday (Oct 2).
Culture 23
October 14 — 16, 2011
Editor’s Pick
Short+Sweet Theatre
Theatre; Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre; 19-29
Oct; 03-40479000, www.klpac.org; RM28
Following the successful run of Short+Sweet
Musical from 28 Sept-2 Oct and Short+Sweet
Dance (concluding its second week of performances
tomorrow night), the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts
Centre will embark on two weeks of 10-minute theatre
performances. Check out the line-up for Week One,
which will run from 19-22 Oct:
Russell Crowe, Gupta and the Dalek – Written by
Jackie Greenland, directed by John Newman: On a
rainswept windy afternoon, movie star Russell Crowe
finds salvation in Gupta’s Bollywood taxi when he saves
the life of a crazed Dalek.
Best Ever Creation Story Contest – Written by Eoin
Carney, directed by Elaine Foster: Everyone’s entering
the inaugural Best Ever Creation Story Contest. Who
will win? The Bible’s pretty confident, and the Big Bang
theory thinks it’s all a formality. And who’s fit to judge
this contest anyway?
Sky High Heels for Mami – Written by Loshana K
Shagar, directed by Tavleen Tarrant: Mami’s conservative
opinion of high heels is challenged when she receives a
pair of sky-high heels. Will she embrace the modern gift or
dismiss it as something worn by prostitutes?
Life Decisions – Written by BB Ostella Adam, directed
by Nicole-Ann Thomas: Choosing a school, finding a
job, how you live and how you die – how many of these
decisions are made for us?
Caretaker – Written by Calvin Wong, directed by Jeremy
Ooi: Laurie is dying. Her two siblings disagree, violently, on
her course of treatment. Holed up in Laurie’s hospital room,
Rob and Jay orbit around their grief, uncertainty and anger.
Because the World Needs Unicorns – Written by Cerise
de Gelder, directed by Jude James: A desperate refugee
CALENDAR
INTERVIEW
Tell us about The Selfish
Crocodile, and the characters
in it.
The Selfish Crocodile is a little
bit snappy. He doesn’t want
Compiled by Nick Choo
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The Selfish Crocodile
By Terence Toh
“Never smile at a crocodile/
No, you can’t get friendly with a
crocodile.” Such is the catchy song from
the 1953 Disney film Peter Pan.
And though it may offer good
advice, it will be difficult not to
smile at the antics of Blunderbus
Theatre Company’s main
character as their production of
The Selfish Crocodile opens at the
PJ Live Arts Centre in Jaya One
this month.
Based on the bestselling book
by Faustin Charles and Michael
Terry, The Selfish Crocodile
features catchy music, quirky
characters and fantastic papiermache puppets. While aimed
at children aged between four
and seven, the show’s strong
energy and timeless messages
of honesty, compassion and
friendship will definitely win over
adults as well.
Selangor Times sits down the
cast of the UK-based Blunderbus
Theatre Company to learn about
the appeal of children’s theatre,
as well as their future plans.
Blunderbus Theatre Company
is a professional theatre company
that has been creating magical
theatre experiences for children
for over a decade. They play to
over 200,000 children each year,
touring to theatres, arts centres,
schools and festivals across the
UK. Their talented ensemble of
The Selfish Crocodile consists
of Jeanette Longworth, Sophie
Roch, and Simon Sanchez.
begs for safe haven and is met with rigid rules and red
tape. He hasn’t arrived on a boat – but he needs to get
on one!
I Am Not Julia Roberts! – Written by Nandang Abdul
Rahman, directed by Malik Taufiq: An anonymously sent
wedding invitation forces to men to confront the fact that
they can’t let go of the past.
Who Moved My Donut? – Written by Tita Wariss,
directed by Megat Shahrizal: A constant conflict of life
created by our confusing and evolving standards told
from a sweet and round perspective.
Boleh Saya Bantu? – Written by Ashraf Zain, directed
by Ooi Kee How: Sometimes help is just a call away.
The Beginning – Written by Natalie Heng, directed by
Derian Yew: The complexities of the history contained in
Tina: wounds ripe from the past also make us ripe for the
impact of encounters in the future.
When You Can’t Stop Running – Written by Freddy
Tan, directed by Ghoo Zhuan Xuan: Jason finds himself
in a strange situation – he just can’t stop running! What
would you do if you were in his shoes?
The Joy of Solitude – Written by Dean Lundquist,
directed by Mark Beau de Silva: Charlie’s life is changed
forever when he inadvertently locks himself in his
apartment.
(From left) Jeanette Longworth, Simon Sanchez and Sophie Roch.
anyone swimming in his river! The
animals only want to swim and
drink from the river, but he won’t
let them. He wants peace and
quiet! We all play several of the
other animals in the jungle and
all have our favourites to play.
Sophie plays the Wildebeest,
who’s a little stinky and naive,
but he warms your heart when
he enters the stage. Simon is Mr
Croc, the snappy, bad-tempered
crocodile with a toothy problem,
and Jeannette plays little mouse,
the smallest but bravest creature
on the riverbank who proves you
can find friendship in the most
unlikely places.
What makes a successful
children’s theatre show?
Children tend to have very
short attention spans: how do
you keep them entertained for
almost an hour?
You are creating an exciting
environment, taking the children
and their families on an adventure
that is interactive, captivating
and full of surprises. The actors
need lots of energy and must
have a love for children’s theatre.
We all love the work we do with
Blunderbus Theatre Company;
everyone has such a strong
passion to push themselves and
make sure every show is magical
and full of charm and excitement.
Which is the more important
component of a children’s
show: the entertainment
factor, or the educational
factor?
Theatre is an amazing tool to
approach educational importance,
but we think bringing theatre for
its entertainment value is just as
important. We don’t think you can
say either is more essential. We
would say the educational factor
needs to be balanced with the
entertainment factor to make a
fun-filled show.
Children nowadays have
access to a great deal of
entertainment and gadgets
to keep them occupied. What
appeal does theatre offer
them that other forms of
entertainment cannot?
It’s the personal interaction with
people, rather than on screen. It
is so exciting to meet and interact
with all the audience. Every
show is different because you
cannot assume how the audience
will respond, so each show is
performed just for those people
watching.
Are there any other creative
works out there (book, movie,
film, etc.) which you would
like to see adapted into a
children’s theatre production?
That’s a difficult question!
We absolutely love reading and
there are so many books on the
Blunderbus bookshelf we’d love
to see transformed onto the stage.
But you’ll have to wait and see…
we don’t want to give too many
secrets away!
Theatre; 4-22 Oct; PJ Live Arts @ Jaya
One; 017-2289849, www.tix.my; www.
gardnerandwife.com/11_croc.asp;
RM48-RM78
A funny forest adventure about a
snappy crocodile and a brave little
mouse. This bestselling children’s story
by Faustin Charles and Michael Terry comes to life in this delightful stage
adaptation by UK’s Blunderbus Theatre Company. The 50-minute show
tells the story of a crocodile who terrorises the frightened forest animals
who attempt to get near the river, and how one kind and courageous
mouse changes everything! The Selfish Crocodile teaches positive
messages like honesty, compassion and the importance of friendship,
while reminding kids that sometimes the smallest acts of kindness are the
ones that often have the greatest impact. This story is written especially
for children aged four to seven, but adults will find the show thoroughly
entertaining, too. Presented by Gardner and Wife Theatre.
The Secret Life Of Nora
Musical; 29 Sept-16 Oct; Istana Budaya; 0340265558; RM30-RM450
Enfiniti Productions’ musical extravaganza!
Immerse yourself in the story of Nora, a sassy
prima donna who unwittingly becomes an
M15 secret spy. Set in whimsical 1960’s
Malaya, the strong-willed miss uses her
feminine wiles to uncover a diabolical plot of
epic proportions, battles a masked villain who
holds a secret from her past and discovers
hidden bravery within herself. Along the way,
she catches the eye of her dashing spy trainer
Roger and rises to the challenge of becoming
the spy she never intended to be. Travel back in time to experience an
action-packed 60’s spy adventure, brought to you by the same team that
brought you Puteri Gunung Ledang and P Ramlee the Musical. Starring
Tiara Jacquelina, Ryan Silverman, Adibah Noor, Aznil Nawawi, Tony
Eusoff, Stephanie Van Driesen and Aaron Khaled.
In Perfect Harmony
Theatre/Music; 6-23 Oct; Kuala
Lumpur Performing Arts Centre;
www.klpac.org, 03-40479000, www.
damaorchestra.com; RM93-RM303
Set against the backdrop of a
radio broadcasting station, this
musical concert production pays
homage to the multitude of popular music that tugged at our heart
strings in the last four decades. It’s a showcase of fabulous songs and
dances. Exquisite vocals. Great music. Superb fun and entertainment
all the way. Featuring Chang Fang Chyi, Tria Aziz and Tan Soo Suan,
with special guest appearances by Sean Ghazi (12-16 Oct), David
Arumugam (19-23 Oct) and The Seasons 4 (12, 16, 19, 23 Oct).
Presented by Dama Orchestra.
MaYa: Gong Illusions
Concert; 20-23 Oct; Shanthanand Auditorium, Temple of Fine Arts,
Brickfields; RM53
“Tapping into the world of dreams, MaYa opens an unexpected door
into the surreal and inspiring realm of the gong resonance. It is a
beautifully bizarre journey between the world of light and shadow,
and the embracing of its dualistic nature. It is through this mystical
dual path that Rhythm In Bronze would like to invite their audience to
explore with them, the many facets of their music style, performance
and even views.” Featuring collaborations with choreographer Joseph
Gonzales, artistes Reza Salleh, Zailan Razak, Batteryheadz Percussion
and many more.
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