The End of 2011

Finally year 2011 has come to an end and as usual people tend to revising the past 1 year to see how many plans they made for the year have actually worked out.

In nut shell, I have actually accomplished my resolutions for the year.

1. Finally I know how to swim, but only breaststroke so I'll be learning freestyle in the upcoming year. Self-learning is self-helping.

2. I graduated with a second upper class degree. Although it's not first class honours but judging by increasing a 2.91 CGPA by 0.12 points in the last semester I believe I did not too bad.

3. I got a job offer and secured a place in FSTEP just with one interview, guess I'm employable.

4. I got a job in money broking firm, which symbolizes the first step of getting myself to become a true banker. Personal banker ain't banker, please.

5. I realized how inadequate am I but still working on improving myself.

Guess 2011 is a memorable and fruitful year after all. Thanks to all the people who love me, and people that believe in me. Also thanks to people who dislike me and backstabbers, you have taught me valuable lessons in life.

Welcome 2012!

Drunkard In Drain

nSaw a drunk woman laid in drain, unconscious.

Called my neighbours to get her out of the drain together to prevent she from drowning in case of rain.

Alcohol addiction and abuse has been hunting many Malaysians, especially Indian community.

Among the drinking population, the Malaysian Indians who make up about 8 per cent of the population are by far the heaviest drinkers with an annual consumption of absolute alcohol exceeding 14 litres. source

The highest incidence of alcoholism, that cuts across all classes. Alcohol it seems is the greatest leveler of class distinctions. source

The matter of fact, Malaysia has the 10th largest alcohol consumption in the world. Societal issues surrounding alcohol are common in Malaysia. Despite government has imposed one of the highest "sin" tax rate in the world the problem doesn't show sign of easing.


So many signs are hinting that the 14th General Election is coming. So many lies have been flying in the air and politicians still think we're stupid enough to believe.

Ready to Strike

Have never gotten things that I wanted in life, but not this time. I'm ready to do whatever it takes to win what I have long desired.

Risk Management

Risk management isn't a new thing but most of the people I know do not implement it on daily basis - something professionals call Personal Risk Management. Stop feeling lucky and presume no bad thing is going to land upon you, protect yourself and start planning your risk management


People always say they don't judge, but they do.

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Prime Minister Mocks BERSIH's Supporter

Below is brief translation of what Najib has said in response to BERSIH 2.0 rally held on 9th of July:

Only a little bit of tear gas, but faces look like got beaten up so violently.

And then videos and photos are being uploaded onto Youtube.

Last night, *** Mahyuddin showed me, he accessed Youtube and showed me a lot of this and that (about BERSIH 2.0 rally).

They (BERSIH suppoters) look like really got beaten up badly and then hospitalized.

(Najib makes the sound "err........")

Still with their yellow shirts on...

*** unable to comprehend

BERSIH 2.0 oppressed by government?

Whether you are interested in politic, you should be concerned about BERSIH. It's a movement to demand for cleaner election processes and procedures. The objectives are as following:

1. Clean the electoral roll, no more buy-election
2. Reform postal ballot, all must be allowed to vote by postal ballot if cannot physically present in Malaysia
3. Use of indelible ink, no more fraud vote
4. Minimum 21 days campaign period, allow candidates to convey message clearly and throughoutly
5. Free and fair access to media, no more Utusan's bias
6. Strengthen public institutions, no more Teoh Beng Hock
7. Stop corruption, no more RM1.8million facebook fan page.
8. Stop dirty politics, no more sodomy no more sex tape.

However, this peaceful rally has been marked as illegal by Ministry of Home Affairs and Polis Diraja Malaysia thereby violated the freedom of assembly as guaranteed by Malaysian constitution, because PDRM has openly declared that no permit will be given to BERSIH 2.0 even before the application is submitted.

The government is obviously adopting a double standards because no action is taken against UMNO youths whom gathered in front of PKR Penang office. Extremists who proclaime themselves as PATRIOT also threaten to burn down PKR headquarter if BERSIH 2.0 rally goes on. Silat guru, Omar Din aka Mahaguru also threatens to wage war against BERSIH activists. Many BERSIH supporters have been arrested for wearing the official t-shirt as PDRM claims it is illegal. There are many more extremists defaming the rally by calling it KOTOR or dirty in Malay, say that it is a demonstration to save Anwar Ibrahim from sodomy charge.

If you are planning to join the rally please be alert as I expect there might be people whom hired to create chaos hiding in BERSIH peaceful crowd. These people are paid to give BERSIH 2.0 a bad name so ban against the rally and any future peaceful demonstration can be justified.

UTAR student tries to drown herself?

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A young lady tried to drown herself by jumping into the lake near UTAR, Perak, Kampar branch main gate.

Fortunately a security guard saw her and advised her "not to do anything stupid". However, she was not seem to be persuaded, the guard had no choice but to jump into the lake and saved her from the water. I wonder if she is a UTAR student?

Cuti-cuti 1Malaysia, how much does it cost actually?

How much does this Cuti-cuti 1Malaysia facebook page cost actually? Let's listen to what Preetham Venkky has to say. Preetham Venkky is the business head at KRDS India, one of the Facebook authorized app development firms in Asia. 
While anything is possible, spending US $590,000 on six Facebook apps doesn’t make much campaign sense. So for an app like Citrawana (one of the six) to costs close to US $100,000, this is impossible since the app is pretty straight to the point. The money paid is seriously unjustified. It should cost anywhere between $ 12,000 – $ 15,000 inclusive of two iPads being given away as prizes. These costs would include (to quote directly) – “creative works, concepts and ideas, design, flash programming and coding, testing and debugging, uploading and launching of application, system server development and maintenance, and development of database from the contest”.
Based on the minister’s statement, what’s important to note is that the cost does NOT include campaign management, monitoring, Facebook ads, or fan recruitment through Facebook and Google. In most cases, the costs can escalate quite rapidly if a key deliverable is fan count. If there’s a target to acquire one million US fans for the page (this could be a realistic expectation since the client is a Tourism client) where the CPC is US $1.10 (on average) then it might be a good deal. If I were to make a guess, I think it would make sense if $90,000 includes the development of six apps with the remaining money spent on media (buying ads) to propagate and rapidly increase engagement.
What’s shocked me is something different altogether. The agency hasn’t used the basic mechanics involved in Facebook fans acquisition. For instance, a user can play the game without ‘liking’ the page. There’s a micro-leaderboard but no global leaderboard. How would the user be motivated if he doesn’t know where he stands globally? And honestly, it’s extremely difficult to get 50,000 points which will only encourage the users to give up soon.

Also, the developer hasn’t used any ‘virality’ at all in the app. For instance it doesn’t prompt the user to share their score as an update, it doesn’t have an option to ‘challenge’ and invite your friends to join the game etc. There’s a lot that could’ve been done with the app, but it looks like the development agency has missed out on the core features to make the app go viral and hence increase fans and awareness.

How to spend RM1.8 million?

Having too much money? Doesn't know how to spend it? Worry no more, because today I'm going teach you how to spend your 1.8million! You could buy....

1 Ferrari 599, comes with 1 hot girl

or 44 Proton Saga

or 1000 iPad

or have Jogoya's buffet everyday for 49 years

buy 36,000 Justin Bieber's CD

drink 900,000 bottles of Coke

180,000 Big Mac meals

360 tonnes of rice

900,000 packs of Nasi Lemak

talk on phone for 17 years with Digi

watch Twilight for 150,000 times in cinema

or break world record with the most expensive facebook page ever

Vicious Cycle of Traffic Congestion

Buses are not on time, people are getting late to work or school. So they get frustrated and decide to drive. Too many people drive to work and causes huge traffic jam. Buses stuck in traffic congestion and come late. 

Better World Books

Bought a used book from on 15 of May 2011 and received it today (about 2 weeks), exactly like what they have promised. The book that I received is in superbly good condition, almost like new. Moreover, a new one from MPH book store would cost me RM99 and I only paid for RM27 for this book (about $9) which is very cost efficient, at the same time environmental friendly. 

Nevertheless, it's hard to get newly published book here because they are hot item and people who own it are still keeping it for own reading. 

 the parcel

My order summary

Business Trip

I had not been updating for quite some time. First, I had my final exam, then I went on a vacation in Pulau Langkawi with my fellow classmates. Afterward, I went on a 1-week business trip with my uncle. Do not expect to see luxuries, suits and ties in this post because it was a business trip full of blood and sweat.

The red-in-color-mark is the route that we have been through during the trip, almost the whole East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia. This is the first time I been to Terengganu and Kelantan, the experience is truly eye opener.

Is Anwar really gay?

This is not the first time Anwar is being charged for sodomy. In fact he was charged under Penal code for sodomy during 1998 (Sodomy I). The question: is this really a political conspiracy or he really did sodomize the victims?

Let's ignore the first hypothesis, and presume the second one is the case.

Did Anwar penetrate Saiful's ass at the latter's consent?

If he did not, why Saiful did not struggle? Apparently he is younger and logically can be perceived as stronger than Anwar.

If he did, why did Saiful come up after 3 days to sue Anwar for penetrated him?

Osama bin Laden dead? Really?

Earth's most wanted man (or should I say US's most wanted man?) for the last 10 years has been killed by US army yesterday, somewhere in Pakistan. Osama bin Laden was responsible for the 911 terrorist attack.

Osama bin Laden, leader of Al-Qaeda 

I wonder is he really dead? Does he really exist at all?

Psychopath in Kampar

There is a psychopath in Kampar.

My place got flooded by this little motherfucker twice.

He pulled the rubber tube into my house and let the water flows.

All these happen during 4-5am.

Final exam

Having my "final" final exam currently, will update soon.

Are you qualified to comment?

The question is, if you are not good at something, can you still comment on the issue?

For example, you can't cook and you went to a restaurant that serves bad food. Are you qualified to comment about the food?

Must you be good at something in order to evaluate it? 

Sarawak Election 2011? It's fun!

Sarawak election is on this coming Saturday, 16 April 2011. 

The battle between Barisan National and Pakatan Rakyat has been tough. Although BN is not likely to lose the poll but it is definitely facing difficulties to retain a two-third majority. 

White Fur/ Beh Mo/ 白毛 

"Sudahlah Najib, Saya tak nak BN lagi..." 
isn't a very accurate translation, 
it's supposed to be: 
"Najib, I'm sorry, I really can't vote for You this time..." 

enlarge the picture, and look at the smaller banner at the side. 

Power Rangers? Kill White Fur for Sarawakians?

Sex Education

Watch the video from 0:00 to 4:00, this video is titled "Sex Education Talk at SJK(C) Tit Bin15-10-2010".

For those who doesn't understand Mandarin, he was basically asserting that premarital sex, adultery, gay sex are sinful, should be condemned and labelled as gou nan nv or jian fu yin fu

Gou nan nv, could be translated directly into dog man and woman, which is a very insulting term to be used in Mandarin. While jian fu yin fu, carries the meaning of adulterers which is a very negative term. 

Is it appropriate to assert such discriminative values to students? This is not sex education, and certainly is not a good way to nourish a good moral value.

Why people always love to uglify somethings they dislike in order to beautify the opposite? Why can't they just prove to others that what they like is the much better and beneficial choice to make?

The End?

Graduating from university is not an end, but a start. Talking is always easy, I wonder how many people really understand and prepare for the new beginning.

For those who are graduating soon, I wish you all the best, and never stop learning.

Malaysia got grade-A for transparency!

Transparency International, so-called a global coalition against corruption, has graded the Government Transformation Programme (GTP) as a "Grade-A" for its achievements in the past year.

TI co-founder, Michael Hershman said:"If I give report cards, I'll give an A and I don't term report cards lightly."  He also commended the government's effort to "think out of the box" and for being accountable and transparent by asking the public to judge it through its actions. For detailed bullshits read this.

How to uphold UTAR image?

Many UTAR students have read and interested people are still coming in to read my previous post "Read this before you enroll to UTAR". I got many feedbacks, some agree and like my post, some got pissed off and dislike it, perhaps they also despise me and label me as complainer or traitor of UTAR. I do not like been labelled that way to be frank.

But I will not say: "fuck off if you don't like what I write." It is a ignorant and irresponsible statement to make.

I want to make my point clear, I was not trying to ruin UTAR image, I was merely describing what I have seen and experienced in the past 4 years. I have my own ways to uphold the school's image.

I keep quite when speakers from outside UTAR are conducting their presentation, I wear shoes to job interview session, I drive carefully, I definitely won't hit and run, I don't leave dishes on cafeteria table, I don't vandalize UTAR properties, I don't steal LCD screen from computer lab, I don't have hair like super saiyan

These are some small but crucial things and signs that people scrutinize and evaluate. Talking but not doing doesn't contribute a thing.

Is it a sin for not knowing what you want?

When people ask you "What you want to do in future?", how would you answer?

Is it possible to tell them that you want to be a toll collector? garbage collector? toilet cleaner? maid? dish washer? farmer? fisherman? gardener? drug dealer?  porn star? or pimp? or porn director?

I'm pretty sure you'll get this expression.  

This doubt has been bothering me for quite some time: is it not ok to not have a ambition? Why does your own ambition have to do with other people's expectations?

T for Tiga Batang

My blogging schedule is messed up by all these nonsenses (usually I publish two posts per week, sometime longer, but these two days I published three posts).

Datuk T unmasked themselves, so from now on we should call them Datuks T, with an "s" behind the "Datuk". The three musketeers (I prefer to call them Tiga Batang) claimed they made public the sex video of Anwar, because they think rakyat should see their leaders' true colors so not to be cheated by their masks. They just want to uphold justice (wow! They should call themselves Justice League instead).

They also claims the video only came into their possession two week ago. One of the Tiga Batang admits that he is in the video, at the beginning of the video.

I'm confused. Let's say Anwar is really the person in the sex video, then is he the victim or the villain? Are we supposed to hate him and condemn him now? What Tiga Batang want us to do? What they want the police to do? Find out who is the secret photographer or the voyeur and arrest him? Or they want Anwar to be arrested for adultery or had sex with prostitute? Then what was he doing in the video, was he a pimp? Then should the police arrests him as well? Should the justice league be arrested as well for possessing porn?

Read this before you enroll to UTAR

Recently I read a blog post, written by a UTAR student, claims he doesn't regret choosing UTAR for his tertiary education. So I thought as an UTAR student I should write about my UTAR experiences too. So people who are planning to enroll to UTAR at the upcoming May intake can read and think twice.

1. Does UTAR provide good education?
No. UTAR doesn't educate you. UTAR trains you. UTAR provides you with opportunities to acquire skills and knowledge that are fundamental (but important) to future employment or further education. Education and training are two different things.

The course structure includes many irrelevant subjects (sometimes I think the management just put it in for the sake of creating jobs for more lecturers), and leaves out many crucial subjects (may be UTAR doesn't not have the resources needed to include the subjects).

But one thing for sure, UTAR puts in a lot of efforts mimicking the real world (I guess) - you'll have very little time to do very much works (if you do all your works inclusive of preparing for tutorials). Therefore you need to keep up very good discipline and good time management.

2. Does UTAR have good lecturers?
Yes, it depends on your definition of "good". If a good lecturer is those who give "tips" for midterm and final exam, then you'll have plenty of good lecturers.

If you define "good" as having a lecturer who can inspire you, discuss with you, stimulate your growth, perhaps you're asking too much. However, there are a few lecturers that I really admire in UTAR.

The problem with UTAR is that it doesn't have enough brain-power and doesn't not allocate the brain-power evenly. Many lecturers (including those experienced ones) are reluctant to be transferred to Kampar branch, and many lecturers in Kampar are new and lack of skill and experience in lecturing. Mind you I'm not saying Kampar's lecturers do not have enough knowledge, I emphasize on skill and experience of conducting lecture.

3. Does UTAR have good facilities?
The most important facility you'll need is a good library. A good library must possesses books and journals that you'll need for your academy, and must have other books that you can read to gain knowledge beyond your text books. UTAR library is not adequate, therefore you'll find it difficult to get journals and information you need for your assignments and final year project (aka thesis). Books are scattered among branches, so you might not be able to get the book you want immediately if it is not in that particular library. Fortunately, librarians are generally helpful.

Gymnasium and sport complex are pay per entry and rent on hourly basis respectively. Cafeterias don't provide good or healthy food, prices are no cheaper than outside the campus (or more expensive).

4. What are UTAR students like?
If unfair to judge UTAR base on students' attitudes and behaviors. But if you are to come to UTAR I think you should be acknowledged.

Most of the students like to complain for no reason, some complain for they believe it's an initiative to trigger improvement of UTAR, some complain about students who complain. The first type of students basically complain and put all the blames on UTAR for everything goes wrong in their lives. The second type is often mistaken as the first type, typical initiative paradox. The last type thinks they are protecting the reputation of the university, but they contribute very little in actuality.

It's not a culture here to raise doubts and questions in classroom. It's not a culture here to answer questions either. Students here prefer to copy answer than find out the way to get answer. Spoon-feeding is the culture here, critical thinking is not encouraged.

90% of students are Chinese, mostly converse in Mandarin and other dialects. If one of your goals is to brush up your English, you should  mix around with English-speaking friends, otherwise you might not be able to achieve that goal. Many told me they can't speak well so they don't speak to avoid embarrassment, I told them it's better to be embarrassed now than later when you out to the society.

5. Why should you choose UTAR?
Its fee is cheaper relative to other private colleges like Taylor, Inti, Monash, and etc. UTAR's graduates have high employment rate (but low salary). UTAR has stricter enrollment requirements. UTAR exams are more difficult as compared to other colleges (according to a friend of mine who been to UTAR and now in MMU). You graduate with a degree, not diploma (if you manage to graduate).

6. Why shouldn't you choose UTAR
UTAR management is the one thing disappointing me the most. Rigidity is in their veins even though they teach us about empowerment and flexibility. Students points of view and opinions are seldom taken into management's account of consideration prior making any decision that could affect the students.

UTAR management has a lot of rooms for improvement.

7. Do I regret coming to UTAR?
No. Why should I or what is the point to regret?

I complained a lot, but I was not complaining about UTAR as it is an object that has no thinking and emotion. Its personality derived from its management or the brain. It's the management people are complaining, not the object itself.

A good university must has three essential components - management, academic personnel, students. Management's job is to stimulate facilitate the growth of the other two components. The academic personnel's job is to facilitate students and help management to achieve its academic goals. While students have to improve in term of academic performance and other aspects.

Why should we compromise when things could and should be improved?

Dedicate to haters - How to uphold UTAR image?

This post is not to tarnish UTAR's image. I merely point out the results of my observations so you can adapt better to UTAR's campus life.

T for Talk Cock

Did you know a mysterious person known as Datuk T threatens one of the opposition leaders to quit politic, otherwise he would make public his sex videos. The "porn star" seems to look like Anwar Ibrahim, but later in a press conference, Anwar denied the accusation.

Frankly speaking, I really don't care of a politician have affair with other women. What bother me is the perpetrator who recorded the fornication to use it as a political weapon against their enemies. What comes around goes around, I think Anwar knows it best.

Nevertheless, if you believe in rumors, then Anwar must be a superman. He must be having hard time to satisfy his sexual needs. Sodomy then adultery, what next? Threesome?

Why Chinese Are Richer Than Malay?

This question was raised by a lecturer in a local public university recently, and a friend of mine shared it.

"Why during the administration of former Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, Chinese community was given a lot of privileges in economic term that could prosperous them? As time passes, Malay community does not seem to catch up with the Chinese, despite the government has been assisting them at all. Why does this happen?"

A Malay student answered

"This is because Chinese are greedy, they would do anything to capture their own interests, and to rob others by any mean."

Did you see what I see?

Members of Parliament Ask First Lady to Shut Up

Comment made by FLOM (First Lady of Malaysia), Rosmah Mansor has been criticized by public and labelled as 'distasteful', 'insensitive', 'lack of knowledge', and so on. Two members of parliament (MP) from Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), namely Zuraida Kamarudin (MP of Ampang) and Johari Abdul (MP of Sungai Pertani) had called for a media conference to address their concern over the issue.

If you understand Bahasa Malaysia, go ahead and watch the video. If you don't, then I'll just highlight certain important points have been brought up to the conference (starting from 2:18 of the video above).

"Kita rasa terkejut statement yang (di)keluarkan oleh isteri Perdana Menteri seolah-olah mewakili suara rakyat."

"We are surprised by the statement made by Prime Minister's wife, as if she represents the people (of Malaysia)."

"Hal-hal sedemikian lazimnya isteri perdana menteri tak main peranan pun. Kita tengoklah Dr. Hasmah (wife of Tun Dr. Mahathir), very gentle lady, dia tak buat komen-komen .... ini. Ini ialah urusan kerajaan."

"Prime ministers' wives usually don't play role in such matters. Look at Dr.Hasmah (wife of Tun Dr. Mahathir), very gentle lady, she didn't make comment as such. This is a government's job."

"Tun Hasmah tak pernah buat kerja-kerja yang kontroversial begini. Seorang yang gentle lady, polite dan dian seorang yang boleh kita angkap sebagai mewakili wanita Malaysia. Begitu juga isteri Abdullah (Badawi)... Dia menjadi wanita yang kuat di belakang suami masing-masing."

"Tun Hasmah had never done such controversial thing. A gentle lady, polite, and she is the woman to represent Malaysia's female. So does Abdullah (Badawi)'s wife... They play the roles as supportive wives."

"Ini dia suaminya ada kabinet, ada parlimen, bia suami lah yang buat kerja.."

"Her husband has cabinet, parliament, just let the husband to do his jobs."

"Ini yang dia masuk campur and lazimnya setiap kali dia buka mulut menjadi masalah kepada kerajaan."

"She interfered and every time she opens up her mouth and causes troubles to the government."

"Jadi kita amat kesal and kita minta dia kalau boleh duduk diam lah, buat lah peranan sebagai seorang isteri bukan sebagai permimpin."

"Therefore we are upset and we hope she could just sit still, plays the role of a wife, not a leader."

To recap, he asks Rosmah Mansor to shut up and sit still, so not to cause any more trouble to Malaysia. By saying this, he also challenged Najib's pride as a husband, "As a man can't you control your wife?". 

Malaysia First Lady Makes Idiotic Statement Over Japanese 8.9 Earthquake and Tsunami

Right after Berita Harian's insensitive cartoon poking fun at recent disasters hit Japan, our First Lady, wife of Prime Minister Najib Razak, Rosmah Mansor made another idiotic statement in a recent interview.

Bad hair cut. I wonder where she got it.

Watch the following video, her speech starts at 0:50 of the video.

I'll translate what she had said to English

"Ini.. eh.. pandang(an) diri saya adalah satu pengajaran kepada negara-negara lain untuk apa-apa pun mereka nak buat, ataupun sebarang pembangunan mereka ingin lakukan seharusnya mengaji dulu keadaan sekeliling and mengaitkan dengan climate change and green technology, termasuk juga negra kita."

"In my opinion, this (causality) serves as a warning to other countries, before doing anything, or any form of development, they should study the environment and relate to climate change and green technology, including our own country."

Sorry for the poor translation, but I assure you it is accurate. By saying this, she implied the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan were consequences of their lack of concern towards the environment. 

It's commonly known that Japan is located on the Pacific ring of fire, that's why it has constantly experienced earthquake in the past and will face the similar problem in future. It is not because their own doing that causes the earthquake or tsunami, and the fact is, Japan is one of the most green-tech advanced countries in the world; even if Japan's not practicing enough environment friendly technology, I do not think Malaysia is in the position to criticize (First Lady represents Malaysia to certain extent). 

Her statement shows that she is in state of ignorance and possesses poor geographical knowledge. Even though she is trying hard to produce some brilliant sounding statements, but she seriously fucked up this time.

Japan VS Malaysia.

I believe Malaysia is really catching up with Japan, one of the greatest developed nations on earth.

Compare their road to our road.

Japan's road, after 8.9 earthquake and tsunami

Malaysia's road after Godzilla walked pass. 

After that please watch the following video too.

shaky Japanese buildings

Then compare with Malaysia's buildings. 

Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin, Terengganu.

After Ultraman fought a monster there, the Stadium survived with a minor scratch.

So our infrastructures are no inferior than Japan's. Therefore, I hereby conclude that Malaysia is now a developed nation. Malaysia Boleh! Salam Satu Malaysia!

This post is not meant to be insensitive towards Japaneses' losses, I personally think Japanese would not want condolences but respects for the ability to minimize the number of death. Other countries should learn from them. Japaneses have taught us a valuable lesson.  

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