Hi, my name is Aisyah Rozi. This is my personal blog where I share my life experience, thoughts, ideas and occasionally, my projects. Recently, however, I share a lot about being a young mother. I'm also a YouTuber, so do checkout my channel! <3
Aug 14 2012

what is this 114A bull?

I never really had the faith in Malaysian justice system. I mean, pedophile rapist get away with crime just because he’s a national sportsman, and the guy who committed a small crime such as not wearing a helmet paid eavier punishment than the person who was involved in multi-million bribery. Really? Well, I thought I still have hope and would like to contribute to my country someday.

.. Until I found out about the recent amendment to 114A. Though I’m not sure if it’s already official since I couldn’t find that information (somebody please help me out?). [Edit: This amendment is already passed by the parliament.]

(source: Malaysiakini)

In a nutshell, this amendment is saying that any publication is under the responsibility of the shown name, whereby the publisher, co-publisher, or simply the people sharing the publication, including, the blog/website owner, and wifi/internet provider is hold accountable for the publication. Basically, anybody that is involved directly or not can be prosecuted.

For example, a blog owner may be charged for a comment left on his blog by another person. Or even the owner of a facebook profile with nasty friends. So, basically, you may be the next person going in and out of the court, and possibly doing jail time just because you did not think twice about posting your opinion. Seriously, this system is soooo messed up.

Yeap, you guessed it, now my hope for a better Malaysia just went down the drain.

Wait, actually, that happened when 1Malaysia logo started popping up all around Malaysia and they burned my eyes to the ground. We’re so f*cked, people! haha T_T


p.s, I have a theory, you’d have to have no brains to be part of the decision makers in our government. Smart people, well, they’re too smart stay away from all this bullshit.

p.p.s, Now, let us all share something, initiate something and see if they can bring us ALL down. LOL!

p.p.p.s, Wait, will I get charged or sued for posting the statement above?

Apr 08 2012


I wish I could blog about something cool about my absence. Like I’ve been involved in some gangs or something, make me  look super badass like I own the world. yeaaah… *bad ass face*

But the truth is, I’ve been slammed with so many assignments. It’s final year degree in architorture, can’t expect much from me. And having a dictating lecturer, is only making it 100000x worse. So, I’m not going to bother you with my rants on how assignments are slowly killing me, and how Melbourne is just gettting boring by the day, in fact, I want to talk about intentions, specifically intention of learning about religion, or to put it simply (or more accurately), niat untuk tambah ilmu agama. Sounds like heavy topic hey?

I want to put forward that I’m no religion expert. In fact, there are so much for me to learn about my own religion.  My mum used to drag me to mosque so that I could listen to the preaching afterwards. Sometimes they talk about some interesting topics, and totally catch my attention, and other times it is just bloody boring. I’m lucky to have a sporting mum who doesnt mind me sleeping whenever its getting boring. Bottom line is, I do want to learn something, at least a bit by bit. And I’m always grateful for insightful and interesting preach but I can only be patient during those boring preaching for it has cost me time.

Anyway, I recently just watched this video and I must say I don’t agree with him at all. Basically he’s saying that he’s against those ustaz who are more entertaining in their preachings saying that they are making fun of Islam. It’s pure BS if you ask me. In my understanding, making fun of the religion is not taking it seriously or mocking the religion. Most youngsters that are not.. well, technically speaking, so pious, is not like they are ignorance, but they just cant find the proper channel that they can cope. If the ustaz gets too boring, using terms that we dont even understand, how do you expect the youngsters to stay interested?

In the end of the day, the audience just want to get some ‘ilmu. And if the ustaz isn’t capturing anybody’s attention, I don’t think anybody’s gonna learn anything. We all know that humans today have very short attention span (or is it just me?). Of course, as the audience, we should try to concentrate and be open as much as possible, but one can only take so much. So yeah, I think it’s good for  and important for preachings to be entertaining or charismatic (read: charismatic, not aggressive). Unfortunately, not everyone is born with good communication skills. So, if you know a good ustaz/ustazah coming to your town or on tv, seize that chance. Whatever it is, be ready to accept the ‘ilmu and if needed, do extensive research on it. Niat nak ilmu. okay?

May Allah bless us all. Amin.

p.s, My mum’s been asking me to post pictures of the Uni. Will try to spend some time for that! 😀

Oct 25 2011

WIR Campaign : Let’s cover our booties!

I saw this campaign on Sue Anna Joe’s blog recently, and I thought it’s brilliant! It sickens me to see hijabis wearing tight jeans with their bumbums showing, swinging side to side as they walk. It may look sexy, but it contradicts a muslimah’s identity albeit, I’m no exception and guilty as charged.

Surely, it’s hard (atleast for me) but I’m trying and this is a good reminder for me and all of us muslim girls. So, together, let’s spread this to our sisters! 😉



Jan 10 2011

Reasons I (and you too) should exercise.

I was feeling a lil’ fat today after all that Pizza yesterday and McD for lunch today. So, I decided that it’s time to get back on track before I completely lost myself. It wasn’t really about losing weight, be skinny yada-yada, (omg, surprise, surprise, I know right!) hahaha but it’s more about getting fit, being healthy and feel good about yourself.

I remember back then when I was active hitting the gym, I was a lot happier. I only lost like 2 kg before I stop losing weight cause I’ve already achieved my ideal weight. I turned my fat into muscles, try to balance out the cardio and resistant training. So, I got fitter, and more toned body.

After my membership ended and I didn’t have the moolah to continue, my exercise stopped altogether, unfortunately. It didn’t only affect my eating lifestyle (because I don’t feel I’m doing anything for my health), but it also affected my alertness, and in return, I have a hard time focussing on my studies because I pretty much felt like I was drained most of the time. I also felt down because I know my fitness level wasn’t as good as it was and that kinda upset myself. Kinda like a self-pride thing, as I was an athlete (way) back in school.

With the guilt of taking my health for granted, I started to exercise tonight. I did some cardio warm up and some resistence to start off. Just light exercises but I can see how much my fitness level has deteriorated . I was doing weights and I could hardly lift the 10kg block. Last time, I’d do 20kg block. I also did some pushups, bicep curls and sit ups. Tomorrow, I’ll most likely run on treadmill and some intense stretches for flexibility. Flexibility is great cause it doesnt only help you perform better, but it also helps to burn those fat faster.

So, that said, there are a lot of benefits of exercising, whether you’re trying to improve your sleep cycle, increase your metabolism, relax your mind, and stuffs like that. For those of you who don’t exercise whether you’re ideal or overweight, you should really try it and see the difference. Plus, exercise is also great when you need to take your mind off something, like your work, studies, your girl problem, man problem, or even if your man decided to keep a mustache or obsessed with HTC. oopss hahahaha.

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