Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Selamat Tahun Baru Cina: Moo moo year!!!

To all Chinese who celebrate Chinese New Year, "Happy Chinese New Year. Gong Xi Fa Chai. Xinnian Kuaile..."

Just now, during afternoon, I went to KL from Cheras to go back to Shah Alam. Usually, at the time the traaffic will be damn crowded. But surprisingly, the bus just move without facing any traffic jam. All the way to Pasar Seni station, I can see that almost all shops are closed. Only several Indian-owned restaurant was opening at that time.

At that moment, I realised that Chinese play important part in our economy since most of them running the business in Kuala Lumpur. Not only Kuala Lumpur. When we talk about business, they are everywhere. Without them, maybe Malaysia is not what we know about Malaysia now. As what have being mentioned by our previous Prime Minister, Tun Dr mahathir Mohamad, If all the Chinese go back to their origin country, he'll be so sure that the economy will become worst since they had control Malaysia's economy.

So, thanks to the Chinese who work very hard in order to rise Malaysia's economy.

For the Malays, I'm not saying that Malays don't took part in business. It's just that Malays are still left far behind in business. When I speak about my ambition that is to be a businessman, my mother have this tought

"Ah, Business?At last you'll bankrupt or no improvement. Just like si Awang Bin Awang. You want to do that for the rest of your life? "(She refer to the small shop in town owned by her friends)

Most of the Bumiputeras are afraid of doing business because they are afraid of being bankrupt or want the safest way in dealing with their life. Hence, business is something that not in their minds.

Rasulullah S.A.W had mentioned that 9/10 rizq (rezeki...Whatever) comes from business. Hence, why do we afraid to do the things that offer a lot of opportunity?

Hence, from now on, I will study double harder. I want to become one of the most sucsessful Malay businessman in Malaysia. Perhaps, in the world???Hmmm.Who know?

Once again, HAPPY CHINESE MOO MOO YEAR!!!

1 comment:

~|r|a|n|d|y|~ said...

this one, i have to agree...
same thing goes here in Kangar...
you can count operating shops by fingers...
and true enough that Bumiputras (which include Sabahan n Sarawakian natives... need some emphasizing here since there's always misunderstanding) are just too afraid to start up their own business...
because they had been spoiled by the Govt.
when it comes to effort and willingness, they step down...
and of course, they want something good without having to wait for such a long period... that's the prob actually...

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