Since I am having a full-3-month holiday, I think I should start thinking of how could I contribute to the society, and especially how could I help to improve 1Malaysia (next time I mention this word again, I will shoot myself).
1. I have been thinking of discussing (yes, discussing. not writing) with the Minister of Higher Education about the implementation of proper dress codes to all colleges and universities in Malaysia - be it public or private. I saw few pictures of my cousin at her university, and I was like, 'Oh my God! Is that what you guys wear to the lectures?' Such an eye-sore. I tell you. (let's pray she won't read this post huhu~).
If I were the Minister of Higher Education, I would rather synchronize the dress codes for all tertiary institutions. Strict and proper one. Failing to impose my rules (my rules? ^o^), all students from that particular institution have to wear UNIFORM (don't curse me!). Uniforms are provided. Don't worry.
Oh, that's only if I am really the Minister of Higher Education >.<
2. I have been planning to organize a national campaign of No Mobile Phone for School Age Children. Mobile phones are bad for them. Let's face it. Giving the children a mobile at an early age might turn them into mobile junkies who are addicted to constant short messaging and games. (kinda reminds me of my sister. oh, she will kill me for campaigning this!).
Mobile phone is just a distraction for children's innocent mind. I recall the time when I brought the phone to school (oops!). I didn't even use it to call my parents, as what I promised them. They called me instead. I used it to contact this other person (double oopsss!). Then I lost the phone (padan muka!). Lucky my dad was not very angry (pheww -.-').
As for parents who still want to give mobiles to their children, just stick to simple mobiles with minimum functions. Not only more economical for the parents, but also can limit the children from using it for nefarious purposes.
3. I have been looking for an opportunity to meet the top people from any TV station (Dato' Farid will do). I personally feel that TV is a resource, that is not used to the full extent that it could be. TV programmes that educate are not shown too often.
What are you watching on TV right now? Chances of the shows are, the rerun of Malay dramas - like Sumpah Puteri Bunian, which are really good for nothing. I would prefer getting myself off the TV, rather than to feel annoyed and disgusted in front of the lifeless TV screen throughout the show.
These vulgar TV channels enter our home and bring us nothing but bad influences - to the young people, especially. The owner of the TV station wants nothing more, other than to make profit (of course!).
4. I am looking forward to seeing the advising board of all companies which involved in the entertainment industry in Malaysia. I want to convince them how bad the industry has turned into. And I would like to know why they are showing too much of their fondness to the western ways?
Where else did they get the idea of producing Impak Maksima and KL Drift if not from Too Fast Too Furious (don't make that face. I knew it). And the scripts from the films were something which sound like, 'Lu apa barang lawan guna kayu ni beb. Tak cukup jantan ke?'. (urgh, gross!). That's not originally from this land, right? Don't try to use such dialogue in front of me. I will puke at your face (literally).
And my advise to the company is, stop emulating the western style with your under-budget-allocation. You make an attempt to use cool and posh cars like Mitsubishi Lancer, Porsche or whatever the species are. Good attempt there. But your cars look like something from the 1980's. Not cool at all!
That's all for now. I will figure out what else I can do for this country. Oh, by the way, is there anyone who would like to sign up for this... reformation group? (I like Dumbledore's Army better ^^). I have to make sure I can grow a crowd of people before I can really stomp into those respective people's office. Or else I am as good as dead. You know, living in this democratic country, they will surely have me locked up in the basement of Bukit Aman headquarters.