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Jennylim
19-10-2009, 12:17 AM
Over the last one month, I have encountered or noticed a few worrying incidents. Among them,

1st. It was after the buka puasa prayer, a group of young man shouting racist remark as they walked passed my house. May be they were shouting at the people relaxing at the playground.

2nd. Also happen at night, a group of young man throwing fire crackers in front of a restaurant, some of the fire crackers went under the cars parked by the road side.

3rd. As I was driving to school, a young boy throwing fire cracker onto the road, I saw he was aiming for me to drive over it (hoping to see explosion?)but I was a bit slow, so he missed my car.

For the Chinese, there is a history why lighting fire crackers/fire works has been a practice in Chinese New Year since ancient time. Now, it seems our fellow Malaysian has find a new meaning to light fire cracker in Hari Raya. On the other hand, this is what happened when someone adopt a culture without understand it.

fRaNkY
19-10-2009, 12:20 AM
Report polis and get them arrested!

sblsbl
19-10-2009, 11:34 AM
Actually I believe Chinese kids would do the same. Do even the Chinese kids understand their culture nowadays?

Reading this post makes me feel like I'm reading Utusan... so much well-disguised hatred towards a race instead of the incident.

Amitabha. Sayonara.


Over the last one month, I have encountered or noticed a few worrying incidents. Among them,

1st. It was after the buka puasa prayer, a group of young man shouting racist remark as they walked passed my house. May be they were shouting at the people relaxing at the playground.

2nd. Also happen at night, a group of young man throwing fire crackers in front of a restaurant, some of the fire crackers went under the cars parked by the road side.

3rd. As I was driving to school, a young boy throwing fire cracker onto the road, I saw he was aiming for me to drive over it (hoping to see explosion?)but I was a bit slow, so he missed my car.

For the Chinese, there is a history why lighting fire crackers/fire works has been a practice in Chinese New Year since ancient time. Now, it seems our fellow Malaysian has find a new meaning to light fire cracker in Hari Raya. On the other hand, this is what happened when someone adopt a culture without understand it.

tupai
19-10-2009, 01:28 PM
i have gawked at malays taking off their kopiahs and hurled insults outside a mosque...I have recoiled at Chinese mouthing racist remarks on 'malay people/gomen' on everything perceived'wrong' thru their slanted eyes. I have witnessed indians 'snaking' all other races...

I have also experienced countless unsolicited help rendered by the kampong & urban malays. I have been befriended by many 'strange' but really nice chinese characters in usj.com.my. :p

I am happy that last nite, the 2 mustached/bearded but outwardly rather unkempt indian men, allowed me to park my overheated car overnite at their place... (They never asked for money...One, this morn, taught me how to use the public phone too!)
Then enroute home at midnite, I was offered a bunch of Jasin kampong rambutans by the malay taxi driver...

The moral? If we chose to post racist slanted and imbecile innuendos about a certain race...then we as the supposedly 'more matured, educated, affluent' Subang jaya residents are nothing but small minded grumpy bitchy racist...Tell me which country in this world is colour/race/creed/ blind? Seriously? I am just a Blur Sotong trying to befriend all...

Yang Blur Sotong latotupai

Sentinel
19-10-2009, 02:03 PM
The Chinese are the ones who started the crackers after 12 midnite, right? We make a din and wake up the other races its okay but they do it its not OK?

kwchang
19-10-2009, 02:22 PM
This thread started off on the wrong premise .... that some social menace is linked to a specific race. This is seditious and dangerous. As my other more down-to-earth members have pointed out, we can easily find social menaces in youths of other ethnic groups.

This shows how much of the divide-and-rule baggage some of us are still lugging along everyday. A rogue is a rogue, why must there be a racial link exist?