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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Wah! Can one ah?

Today's post is just for a laugh okay. I had forgotten that I could speak Mandarin until my friend, Alvin posted this video to me. Watch and have a laugh...


Niamah!!!

17 comments:

C++ said...

Bhai Patrick.

You can talk Mandarin meh... how come never hear you talk mandarin...

正掌心 said...

Superb! You are soooo.... gifted man.

Anonymous said...

Speak more mandarin, open your door to the Chinese entertainment audience. Break away from the unfair FINAS guidelines.

Your friend Gurmit Singh (aka Phua Chu Kang) now also talk mandarin in mediacorp drama.

华文?谁怕谁
http://www.thechinesechallenge.sg/page/multimedia

Charles T said...

OMG this ad brings back memories! My late Dad laughed his a$$ off watching this add coz 1st time we all heard you speak Mandrin! ;)

niakong said...

Ha...ha...ha... :)

Al-Ikhsan said...

MUSLIMS must not wear the famous Manchester United red jersey because of the 'devil' emblem on its team crest, Malaysian clerics said on Wednesday.

Manchester United and the rest of the English Premier League are massively popular in Muslim-majority Malaysia and the rest of the Asian region, but conservative religious scholars said the jersey is un-Islamic.

Also off limits are the shirts of teams including Brazil, Portugal, Barcelona, Serbia and Norway, all of which carry images of the cross on their team emblems.

'This is very dangerous. As a Muslim, we should not worship the symbols of other religions or the devils,' Nooh Gadot, a top Islamic cleric from the southern Johor state, told AFP.

'It will erode our belief in Islam. There is no reason why we as Muslims should wear such jerseys, either for sports or fashion reasons,' said Mr Nooh, an advisor to the Johor religious council. 'Even if it (the jersey) is a gift, we should decline it. It is even more sinful when people realise this is wrong and still buy these jerseys to wear,' he added.

Mr Nooh said there was no 'fatwa', or religious edict, against the shirts but that one was not needed when it was clearly wrong for Muslims to don such a garment. 'These Muslims should repent, repent immediately,' he said.

Anonymous said...

Muslims are banned from having MU or Brazil jerseys?

you clerics should have your head examined. ..why don't you ban the buying of the US dollar..it has a statement of in God we trust...a Christian God...so this means all Muslims carrying the green dollar believe in the Christian God??? And since America is the GReat SATAN....no Muslim should set foot on American Soil too...since they become influenced by Satan too...
You dickheads should issue a fatwa on all Muslims cannot smoke...that is even worse. It is killing thousands of Muslims...causing premature babies to be born..causing cancer to others (murder) and self-suicide ( has the devil clapping his hands)..You should also ban Muslims from wearing any underwear and bra...all western culture...bad influence....You dickheads...do not know what problems to solve for your society....you create more problems...

Aiyo so damn malu lah as a Malaysian. Another news from Malaysia to hit the headlines all over the world but for the wrong reasons. Please lah Muslim bradders and sisters, go over to these so called clerics and drum into their thick skulls on their idiotic fatwas. Use of baseball bats is preferable.

new fart said...

Ha...ha...that's really funny Patrick! I must show this to my wife from China, she will have a ball!

Anonymous said...

http://wendybrandes.com/blog/2010/04/outfit-post-malaysians-bring-the-par-tay/

pinsysu said...

LOL! really funny ... the last sentence is meant for BN_UMNO! come GE13 the rakyat will issue them walking cert & take back our beloved country!!

lobak di zero said...

De Niro to visit M'sia on Rosmah invite

While the poor tighten their belts and eking out a meagre earning just to put two simple meals for their children, Rosmah Mansor is doing duets with the likes of Lionel Richie and Jamie Foxx.

Who is picking up the bill for De Niro visit? Have a heart for the sufferings, help to reduce government expenditure.

While Robert De Niro is here, don't forget to give him a Datuk award, and he can go back to Hollywood and promote Malaysia, like what Shah Rukh Khan did for India. After the Shah Rukh Khan award, millions and millions of Indian tourists are visiting us.

All six wifes of previous prime ministers live a humble and low profile life but this first lady wannabe likes to live a life like Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan - wasting taxpayers' money to go overseas shopping, attending unnecessary events, organising useless programmes, and rubbing shoulders with Hollywood (and Bollywood) superstars. And she wants her pictures in the newspapers and magazines everyday.

Anonymous said...

Masterpiece! more.

But the joke is lost on the non-Mandarin speaking crowds. What a miss!

Anonymous said...

You have more hair then

Alwino

Fighting Spider said...

not conted with his apprearance in MediaCorp Channel 5, now Mr Niamah is trying to break inot Mediacorp channel 8?

He better seek the advice of Adrian Pang.

Chang said...

hello Patrick,

your mandarin indeed sounds quite good.

big cat said...

FDIs have taken a nose-dive. Foreign investors are looking for opportunities in stable countries demonstrating honesty, integrity and transparency in their business dealings.

To the chagrin of the BN ruling coalition, the alternative media are relentlessly exposing the truth about corruption, a tainted BN partial judiciary, rampant nepotism and cronyism. Only when these scourges are eliminated will the really serious FDIs return to these shores.

Unfortunately, if this doesn't happen soon, it may be too late to stop Malaysia becoming the poorest in Asia. No amount of expensive, tissue-thin 'unity' slogans will help to reverse the trend.

Rocket man said...

Date: 31.07.2010
Time: 7.30pm
DAP Teluk Intan Branch dinner
Venue: San Min Primary School, Teluk Intan;
Speakers: Lim Kit Siang, Tony Pua, Seah Leong Peng;
Enq: 012-5088681

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