Friday, September 12, 2008

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Di Mana Bumi Dipijak: Sejarah Rakyat Malaya
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Di Mana Bumi Dipijak: Sejarah Rakyat Malaya
Author:  Musimgrafik
Publisher:  SIRD
Year:  2007
Number of page:  172
Delivery:  1 day
Price:RM18.00

Bagi ramai orang, sejarah merupakan mata pelajaran yang membosankan, penuh dengan tarikh, nama dan perang yang mengelirukan. Di Malaysia pula, buku sejarah banyak ditulis dari sudut pandangan pihak berkuasa - termasuk pemerintah penjajah - bukan rakyat jelata.

Di Mana Bumi Dipijak cuba menyampaikan pandangan orang ramai, yang sudah tentu berbeza sekali. Buku sejarah Tanah Melayu ini senang dibaca dan difaham.

Buku ini mulai dari sebelum zaman kesultanan Melaka sehingga kemerdekaan Persekutuan Tanah Melayu pada 31hb. Ogos 1957, dan antara lain, mengisahkan pertelingkahan kuasa-kuasa penjajah untuk menguasai Melaka, pemberontakan terhadap penguasaan penjajah Portugis, Belanda, British dan Jepun serta perjuangan untuk kemerdekaan, termasuk peranan parti politik dan gerakan buruh.

30 tahun kemudian, buku ini mengingatkan kita tentang warisan perjuangan mulia rakyat jelata tanah air kita.

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 22 November, 2007.




1 comment:

Nostradamus said...

A Malaysian Time Clock Slowly Clicking towards 16 September!
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Tick, Tock! Tick, Tock! Tick Tock!

Inbetween, spare parts and batteries still insufficient in case it stop.

Some try to move it faster by 15 minutes, some by 30 minutes.

Nobody thought of moving it backwards. I wonder Why?

Most keep on looking at the clock on the desk to check the time.

Some just make sure it is moving all the time.

Some just keep on staring at the clock, not sure whether it is moving or stopped.

Somebody propose the clock is not dependable. Must replace with another clock or bring in an
old working clock. At least the old clock don't show the date and month.

Someone even propose to have more clocks to make sure the time is correct.

Someone propose to put sunshade on the clock face so only some can see.

Some propose to change the numerals on the clock so that not all can read the time.

Some even propose removing the second hand from the clock. After that maybe someone will propose, removing the minute hand also.

Finally someone propose, "Why don't remove the hour hand also and just have the date and month displayed?

"Time is Golden? Does Man determine Time and Fate?"

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