Following the last year’s tradition, I am releasing the first version of the Malaysia Horse Calendar for the year 2020. Why I say it is the first version is because at this moment I cannot finalize on the school holidays as the official release of the schedule have yet to be issued by the government (Ministry of Education specifically) The Ministry of Education had released the School holidays calendar.
Therefore, at interim, I release the first version of Malaysian Horse Calendar pending the issuance of the official schedule by the government for ease reference by you. Kindly take note that there is no school holidays yet in the calendar.
If you are an avid Nasi Kandar eater, you must already know about Nasi Ayam Merah Yong Suan in Ipoh Perak or famously known as Nasi Ganja (Marijuana Rice, not literally of course! Marijuana is illegal in Malaysia. It was given that name because you will keep wanting it once you try it, haha).
Well, this time I will post about another good Nasi Kandar in Ipoh for you to try, Nasi Kandar Majeedia at Jalan Bendahara, Ipoh. What so special about this Nasi Kandar is their Ayam Merah or Ayam Ros or whatever you want to called it. They claim their recipe was since 1985!!
ICYMI, your default Maxis Fibre Technicolor router (model TG784n V3 specifically) comes with a build-in print server function. A print server function will allow you to share your printer with several PC or Laptop. If your router has this function and it’s a wireless router, it will allow you to connect to a non-wireless printer wirelessly as long as that printer is connected to the router either via its USB or LAN port.
In this post, albeit it is not a food review, which is a niche of this blog, will tell you how to activate and use the print server function.
For this post, I will use my home printer which is a Hewlett-Packard (HP) model number K209g and my PC OS is Windows 7. But more or less the steps will be the same for different printer or Windows version.
First, I would like to wish you guys a Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Maaf Zahir Batin. I hope you guys are having a great time with your friends and family during this holiday festive.
Next, as y’all can see, I’ve revamped the blog looks. As I’m an amateur blogger and not a web developer, this process will take some time, so be patient and let me know if there’s any bugs.
This time, the idea is to make this blog more personal. I will use the minimalist elements in this theme. The focus should be on writing the post, giving the info and easy on the eye and convenient for the readers to read.
Alhamdulillah, my last Kalendar Malaysia had gained some popularity. Most of us (even myself) really love the style of Kalendar Kuda. It is very easy to see and comes with a lot of details. The style of kalendar kuda was use for quite long time. So, I’m planning to make the 2016 Malaysian Calendar. However, I’m very sorry for the delay as I’m very busy with my working commitment right now. :arghh:
UPDATE:- As promise, 2016 Malaysian Calendar can be download at the link below.
I’m still waiting for the Ministry of Education to release theofficial 2016 Malaysian’s school holiday dates too. They are quite late in releasing the schedule. :ntahle:
Nevertheless, I released the calendar beforehand and will update it once the official “Takwim Cuti Sekolah” for the year of 2016 is out. Thanks for your support. And thanks for commenting to! 🙂
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P/s.: Kindly let me know if there’s any mistake in the calendar. TQ~
Disclaimer: This calendar has been carefully crafted for precision. I will update it from time to time if there is any error on it. However, I noticed that the calendar was also being shared by a third party which have no relation to this blog. While I have no objection towards it, I would like to remind you that I have also no control over it.
– 16/10/2015 (V1): Remove the yellow shading on the 1st April.
– 19/10/2015 (V2): Edit on the Second Term of school holiday.
– 20/10/2015 (V3): Edit on Final Term School Holiday on November 2016.
This year I’m not sure whether I would do any review on any hotel Ramadhan Buffet in Ipoh. But for now, I would like to share the brochures of some hotel in Ipoh that doing Ramadhan Buffet for your easy reference.
Usually in the middle of Ramadhan people likes to bring their family and friends to buka puasa at the Hotel.