'Call me Choo Keong'

I first met Wee Choo Keong, the PKR calon for Wangsa Maju wakil rakyat at the PKR ceramah in Wangsa Melawati on the 27th February 2008. I must say he's cut a good first impression with his people skills, humility ('call me Choo Keong') and energy. This is the guy I'll vote for. It's not that I can compare him with Yew Teong Look, the incumbent wakil rakyat as I've never got close to him before. Anyway it's too late. I've made that decision. If we need to deny the 2/3 majority, we'd better send in good quality soldiers to fight our fight.

Trial of the Century, Trial at Wangsa Maju

I picked up an interesting piece of news on Time magazine titled 'Malaysia's Trial on the Century'. It's about the Razak Baginda case, played out in Malaysia's kangaroo courts. On a bigger picture, with the Elections 2008 looming over the horizon, our country is at trial too. Leadership tested and failed. We need to change the leadership starting from where we are, Wangsa Maju, right up to the Parliment. I am not politically affiliated but will assist the change machinery for the greater of good.

I am also at trial. My trial and tribulations are:
  • not having the sense of security while walking out to the nearest 7-Eleven. I look around for suspicious motorcyles.
  • having my tyres balanced after going over a damn pothole- I thought BN constituencies get good roads but what the heck happened at Wangsa Maju. Sleeping PM, sleeping wakil rakyat too?

There are more serious stuff I dislike but I'd talk about it later.

About blogger Resident.WangsaMaju

Best words which describe me: professional worker, good taxpayer, IT-savvy, proactive, patriotic, resident of Wangsa Maju (P.116), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The words 'patriotic' and 'proactive' does not describe me until late February 2008- I have watched politics from the sidelines over the years. Yes, over the years watching the deterioration of the state and condition of this country. I'm deciding not to watch any longer and be a little more proactive to make this country a better place to live. I'm putting migration thoughts on hold and making a last call- hence the birth of this blog. Good living starts at home, that's why this blog is for Wangsa Maju. Wangsa Maju for Malaysia.