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Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Some of the things I did during my nightstop





Whenever I had the opportunity to stop in places like Auckland and Australia, I would go fishing. Male was another place ideal for fishing. Unfortunately, I did not own a camera back then otherwise I would have a big collection of photos of my activities.
The top picture was taken in a boat of my crew and I going fishing in AKL. The other picture was me with the huge crabs I caught in the Gold Coast off Brisbane.

18 comments:

SL said...

Wow uncle Boh Tong, how many countries have u travelled?

Boh Tong said...

Many till I lost count SL :)

Anonymous said...

Fishing?

If you're based in Malaysia, you can do that everyday if you want.

Huge crabs?

Seen the ones from Christmas Island?


China Man said...

Malaysia is a good place to live due to its low cost of living but not a
safe place. You have muggings going on everyday and the political climate
is bad especially if you are a non Malay.

Anonymous said...

I been living there for years and it's perfectly safe and non Malays do really well. You been hanging around losers from MY I guess. You know how many Singaporeans have made Malaysia home?

Anonymous said...

The Malaysian Government is very envious of Singapore. It all started when we left the Federation and have come a long and painful way till this day. Those who think that Malaysia is safe need to think hard again. Even our Malays who own homes in JB are not welcomed and are frowned upon as Singapore Melayu " sikit atas" by the Malays in over there. Do not forget they all pay full price unlike the Bumi buyers.

Even when Tengku offered parcels of land and Bumiputra benefits for Malays in Singapore to cross over after separation, not many took the offer. For the memories, Dr Goh Keng Swee could not wait to get Singapore out of Malaysia.

SL said...

More than 100 countries? So good to travel around the world. I only travelled to abt 6 countries only.

Anonymous said...

Stay in Singapore then.

It's better for Singapore to not be part of Malaysia because it would have caused racial riots because of the racial imbalance in Singapore.

It really was a blessing in disguise for both parties that both separated.

I just wonder whether certain quarters in Malaysia are right when they say, we should have sent the Chinese and Indians back to China and India after the British left.

Anyway, if Singapore can take the non Malays here, we would be more than grateful. Take them and keep them there. We don't need them.

You can increase your population by importing more of our non Malays which works well for Bumis here.

You'd be doing us a favour.

I'm not racist but just thinking long term. It would be better to be pure Bumi.

Dafts will be dafts said...

You've been brainwashed for far too long. Our economy is maxed out and MNCs are moving their operations to cheaper places. Expect to see more retrenchments other than Keppel.

Anonymous said...

Pure Bumi? The indegenious people of Malaysia are the Orang Asli, not the Malays. The distribution of the country's wealth is seriously lop-sided. If the Chinese were to leave Malaysia, what do think is going to happen?

Anonymous said...

Malaysia will be a much better place. There's a misconception Malaysia won't do well without the non Bumis.We should try it. Have your government take all the non Bumis here. You need them more than we do anyway since you need to increase your population.6.9 mil is the target right?Once we get rid of all the non Bumis,we can mend relations with Indonesia.So the next time you see a Malaysian or Singaporean non Malay, tell them Malaysia is unsafe so they will be encouraged not to go to Malaysia,if they're Singaporean and be encouraged to take up Singapore citizenship if they're Malaysian. We don't want our costs of living to go up because of these guys. There's no need to share our resources with them. We need to stop being charitable. After all, these non Bumis are never grateful anyway. So please keep in Singapore if they're already there and if they're Singaporean, tell them Singapore is safer, so it would better to stay in their room in their flat. Don't come out. I can't wait for the day to come when there will be fewer not Bumis in Malaysia. The current exchange rate helps facilitate as these guys are motivated by money. Can China and India take them back? Any idea?

Anonymous said...

First of all, there is no need for us to tell non Bumis or Malaysians to come here. The Q has all along been long and still counting, even before the 6.9 million population target was released, and also before this comment was published. The writer also mentioned China and India. Where is the relevance. They came here on their own free will with some going back and others granted PR status. Some had took up citizenship as their government allowed for dual citizenship.

It will do good if a revisit be done on the New Economic Policy passed some years ago. This policy, amongst other things stipulates that 50 per cent profits accrued by the Chinese and non-Bumis be allocated to the Bumis. Refer to the May 1969 Riots and "The Malay Dilema" by Dr. Mahathir.

Anonymous said...

Just ask the non Bumis to migrate to Singapore and ask Singaporeans not to come to Malaysia and Bumis will be very happy. We should've sent the Chinese and Indians back to their countries when the Brits left. Ungrateful parasites will never learn. The Q has been long? Can you ask Malaysians with SPR to give up their citizenship in favour of your country's?This is another breed of parasites we can do without. We have many cases of couples where the husband may be a Singapore citizen (former Malaysian) but the wife is still a Malaysian. They have the best of both worlds. Please force them to convert. Bumis will be eternally grateful to you and your kind.

Anonymous said...

What is stopping the Malaysian government from sending the Chinese and Indians back to their respective homelands. Obviously, you have nothing new or current to say. No one can force anyone to convert. You ought to tell the Bumis to upgrade themselves. Rokok Rokok, lepak, tidor and collect money for relaxing are a recipe for disaster.

Tuah Hang said...

Don't be silly. If you try hard enough, you can get people to convert. Many converted during PM Goh's time. If husband convert, wife must also convert,or both will be sent back to Malaysia. You guys are not forceful enough. Come on, help us Bumis out.

Anonymous said...

They don't need to upgrade themselves. They just need to keep undesirables like you out of Malaysia.

Anonymous said...

Obviously. Why should they? Go and get yourself a copy of the Malay Dilema. With this, we bring this chapter to closure.

Anonymous said...

Stay out of Malaysia, you chink!