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DYANA SOFYA MOHD DAUD

 

 

 

 

PERAK. 17 May 2014. Malaysia Opposition party elected 27 year old Dyana Sofya Mohd Daud as a candidate to contest in Teluk Intan Parliament seat for the upcoming By- Election in Teluk Intan, Perak. A UiTM graduate, had last year bravely suggested that a UiTM type university be set up to help the non Malays as she felt sorry for her non-Malay friends who were denied the right to pursue their education at higher learning institutions. She argued that if UiTM was able to provide the same privilege – a good degree with a minimum fee – to students from high-income families, needy non-Malay citizens should also be given the same treatment. 

Photo by Daniel Chan

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DAILY LIFE

Collections of my daily life images captured between April 2014 and May 2014. I love a quote from Sir Ansel Adams.

“You don’t make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.” 
― Ansel Adams

I’m always believed, nothing is impossible and no one can stop you to do something you want to do. Life must go on and MOVE on, no one can help you except yourself.

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FIRE

KUALA LUMPUR. 03 May 2014. A fire broke out at a squatter house at Jalan Kovir Hilir, Kampung Kovil Hilir, off Jalan Ipoh and quickly spread to the neighbouring houses. 6 squatter houses destroyed by fire, fire victims incur significant losses and there was an old man feel devastated because a newly built home is destroyed by fire.

Photo by Daniel Chan

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MALAYSIA ANTI-GST RALLY 2014

KUALA LUMPUR. 01 May 2014. An estimated 25,000 people thronged the streets of Dataran Merdeka to oppose the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), which is due to take effect in April next year. Malaysian Opposition Leader warned Putrajaya that the people are not afraid anymore and were willing to come out to show their unhappiness towards the government. The demonstration was held to coincide with International Labour Day.

Photo by Daniel Chan

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MALAYSIA PROTEST

KUALA LUMPUR. 28th March 2014, Over 400 Muslims marched to the Egyptian Embassy after the Friday to protest against the death sentence on 529 members of the Muslim Brotherhood. The government in Egypt sentenced 529 protesters to death in a simultaneous “trial” for the alleged killing of a cop during protests last summer in which hundreds of protesters were shot. On the 27th of March.

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HAZE

The haze we see in our city skyline is caused by tiny particulates suspended in the atmosphere. At high concentrations, these particulates scatter and absorb sunlight resulting in diminished horizontal visibility thereby giving the atmosphere a characteristic opalescent appearance. Haze is not confined to urban environments; it may also be observed in rural areas. On 14th March 2014, the haze has worsened in several parts of the country with Port Klang recording the highest Air Pollution Index (API) of 233, which is a very unhealthy level and Selangor Education Department has ordered all the 131 schools in the Klang district to close due to the haze.

Photo by Daniel Chan

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WATER CRISIS

Malaysia expanded water rationing in and around its capital Kuala Lumpur, in a move affecting millions as drought continues to scorch a tropical country usually synonymous with torrential rain. The National water commission said over 300,000 households in Kuala Lumpur and nearby Selangor experience cuts for the whole of March, after a two-month dry spell depleted reservoirs. Malaysia tends to experience dry weather early in the year, but the current spell has been unusually long, sparking bushfires and protests from communities whose taps have run dry.

Photo by Daniel Chan

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MALAYSIA ECONOMY

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1) Mohd Hazrin Ahmad Safri 31(blue shirt) are having dinner with his families in impoverished environment in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Malaysia Maybank Investment Bank research predicted the gas and electricity prices are likely to be next in a round of price hikes following the fuel subsidy cut earlier this month. Photo by Daniel Chan

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2) Mohd Hazrin Ahmad Safri 31 (blue shirt) sitting next to his brother in his impoverished house in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Malaysia Maybank Investment Bank research predicted the gas and electricity prices are likely to be next in a round of price hikes following the fuel subsidy cut earlier this month. Photo by Daniel Chan

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3) A boy is study at living room at the impoverished environment in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Malaysia Maybank Investment Bank research predicted the gas and electricity prices are likely to be next in a round of price hikes following the fuel subsidy cut earlier this month.  Photo by Daniel Chan


MALAYSIA AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

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1) Malaysians of ethnic Malays walk cross a street in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013. Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Saturday announced cash aid and a raft of measures to bolster the economic status of ethnic Malay majority, deepening a decades-old controversial affirmative action program. (AP Photo/Daniel Chan)

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2) Malaysians of ethnic Malays walk in a sidewalk in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013. Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Saturday announced cash aid and a raft of measures to bolster the economic status of ethnic Malay majority, deepening a decades-old controversial affirmative action program. (AP Photo/Daniel Chan)