Tuesday, May 30, 2006

"Hujan emas di negeri orang, hujan batu di negeri sendiri, lebih baik di negeri sendiri" Malay proverb

What that proverb basically says is that - Home country is still the best, even if it is raining gold in other countries, and raining stones at home...

I have been asked many times, by different people, of my plans after my studies in Melbourne. You see, I think it is really raining stones back home - with the current political backdrop, democracy, and even police problems (watched/heard of MTV Ashton Kutcher Punk'd ?? - here's one which is proudly Made in Malaysia, with real policemen).

What is Malaysia becoming?


Hazman Hazizan said...

I would like to correct your mistake; "Hujan emas di negeri orang, lebih baik hujan batu di negeri sendiri"

Anonymous said...

orang indonesia dan malaysia banyak similarity karena banyak orang malaysia yang berasal dari indonesia. di indonesia proverb itu ada dan untuk menunjukkan bahwa kita harus cinta tanah air

salam wira di melbourne

Anonymous said...

hello!!hazman hazizan
ko belajar peribahasa kau dari skolah mana?
dah betul dah peribahasa tu,, asal ko memandai buat peribahasa sendiri,,
aku belajar dengan cikgu yg ada akreditasi dalam bahasa melayu ya!

diLot said...

exactly hazman hazizan.. u were totally wrong.. the previous one is olready correct ma