I blog whenever i feel like i need to. And now feel like something is somewhere in the trakea reaching the throat. Really need to throw it out. *sigh. There is no internet connection in my sisters’ house. Since its pushing out from the throat, I take initiative to write on word first.
Last week, a trip to langkawi with Wari, Emir and Blank was awesome. But the moments in langkawi is not the thing that would be updated here. As usual, whenever we meet, there would be a discussion on something. One of it was about how ‘efficient’ our education system is. Emir, the malaysian education victim, always commenting about how bad ours is compared to other countries’ systems, the way government uses to waste the money for the embarrasing scholars holder, even gives an ideas on how to start a chaos in Malaysia. Well, we are all crazy ;)
What brings me to throw out is what happened yesterday. My sister, I prefer to call her The Sun, came out with an issue of her university juniors who failed to further their education in master due to political reason. Fyi, she was graduated from UNISEL, a half-state government university. So far as I concern, UNISEL has good reputation on biotechnology field. It also provides a foundation course for students who will continue studies in Japan ( heard that Mido, a former TKC head girl is there). Owh yea... About my sister’s junior, they failed to continue because they do not get approval from the other universities that work under the federal government. The other universities do not accept those students UNISEL because UNISEL is under Selangor state government, which is now under Pakatan Rakyat. That is unfair, right? Why on Earth we play political game with education? Can anyone answer me?