Monday, April 9, 2018

Pengalaman bersalin pertama kali / My first time delivery experience

(English below) Apabila saya bersalin pertama kali, saya berumur 38 tahun.  Saya takut ianya akan menyakitkan. Kemudian saya terbaca dlm satu artikel ttg hypnobirthing dan Bagaimana seseorg boleh menipu diri sendiri dgn memikirkan yg bersalin Itu cuma tidak selesa Dan bukannya menyakitkan.  Saya mencuba taktik Itu Dan walaupun sakit bersalin saya bermula Dr pkl 11:30 am Dan saya melahirkn pkl 10:30 mlm sy dpt melaluinya dgn selamat Dan tenang tanpa ubat tahan sakit

When I gave birth, I was
38 years old and it was my first time.  I was worried that it was going to hurt a lot. Then I read somewhere about hypnobirthing and how one can trick themselves into thinking that birthing is only not comfortable and not painful. I tried it when my labor started at 11:30 am. At 10:30 pm I safely delivered my baby and hypnobirthing really helped. I recommend to everyone to use it instead of using pain relief 

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

My baby

I gave birth last year. So I cannot update my blog often. But I  check it often. Do write to me if you have any questions :)
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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Where to eat in Seremban, Negeri 9, Malaysia

Negeri 9 traditional food, custom and accent is very much influenced by Minangkabau people from Indonesia, the largest matrilineal society in the world. If you would like to try Negeri 9nese food below are some that is very popular.

Restoran Nelayan Seafood, Wisma PBNS, P/3, 102, Jalan Zaaba, Rahang Kechil, 70100 Seremban,

Many exotic food is sold in this restaurant such as deer, hedgehog , gerigit mushroom, river snail, cow intestines and all kinds of grilled food. Many well known Malaysians have tried the food here. The price can be expensive


 No.10, Jalan S2 B15, Pusat Dagangan Seremban 2, Seremban 70300

picture taken from https://www.facebook.com/Alhasanah-Ana-Kitchen-1057391267623469/

However nowadays with the migration of Chinese, Indians and Arabs there, Negeri 9 cuisine are more diverse. One can find Arab dishes  which taste better than the ones in Melaka and Johor.


Semangkuk Batang Benar 
This restaurant is viral on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/semangkukbb/ Click on this link to get directions to the restaurant.




Nasi Arab Damsyik restaurant
taken from https://missdae.blogspot.com

This restaurant is so popular that it has appeared in local tv , TV3 programme Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan
The address is NASI ARAB DAMSYIK No 1 Taman Bourgainvillea Jalan Senawang Paroi 70400 Negeri Sembilan Tel : 014 2657313 / 012 9335495


Lazeez Arabic Restaurant
271, Persiaran Senawang 2, Pusat Bandar Senawang, 70450 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Other arab restaurant is Restoran Belqis, No: 165 (GF), Jalan S2 B22, Pusat Dagangan, Seremban 2, 70300 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
https://www.facebook.com/restoranbelqis/?rf=468384586646308 


Below are more restaurants that are viral on Facebook















Sunday, January 15, 2017

Poligami di Malaysia. Bahagiakah wanita?

In the name of God, the Most Loving, the Most Merciful
Sayang sekali video di bawah di buat oleh SIS yg mendapat tajaan oleh barat . Di mana ayah2 , anak2 lelaki, dan mahram2 wanita memperjuangkan nasib mahram perempuan mereka yg terhimpit dalam poligami yang tidak adil?


Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Buy Minangkabau Tiara / Beli Sanggul lintang

In the name of God, the Most Loving, the Most Merciful
I am selling these tiaras made by Minangkabau people. These tiarasare worn by Minangkabau, Malay, Javanese and many ethnics in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore.







This tiara is made from metal. The wire seemed like it has browned but it is still very strong and is not noticable unless you really look at it
Price: Western Union/ Money Gram:USD 305
 Paypal: USD 405
 Paypal has very high spread and high fee.  Thus the reason the prices differ
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This tiara is made from plastic.
Price:

Western Union/ Money Gram:USD 205 

Paypal: USD 305

Paypal has very high spread and high fee. Thus the reason the prices differ


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 For children

This tiara is made from plastic.
Price:

Western Union/ Money Gram:USD 100 

Paypal: USD 170

Paypal has very high spread and high fee. Thus the reason the prices differ


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 Pictures below are just depictions how it look like. You are buying the above tiara with red and gold flowers


This tiara is made from metal.
Price:

Western Union/ Money Gram/World Remit:USD 300 

Paypal: USD 400

All items include free shipping with tracking number


Paypal has very high spread and high fee. Thus the reason the prices differ
Method of payment:
1) Western Union
2) World Remit
3) Paypal I do not prefer payment by paypal because the spread is too big and I earn almost nothing .
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Sunday, October 30, 2016

All about Minangkabau matrilineal culture in a book (ADAT - The Legacy of Minangkabau)

In the name of God, the Most Loving, the Most Merciful
If you are curious on what matrilineal culture is about, I recommend this book to get a more in depth view of the culture. This book is written by a Malaysian politician who is himself a Minangkabau. Most Minangkabau live in Indonesia and Malaysia where their culture are recognized by the governments and many efforts are done by the governments to ensure the matrilineal culture remains alive


Below is the launch of the book (in Malay) . The book however is written in English.
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