Saturday, February 17, 2007


Happy New Year. May the year bring you good luck and good health.


  1. and may the path ahead for you, brave and committed man, be clear and smooth because Alah has paved it for you

    and may He command a zillion gnats to invade the armpits of those who pester you.

  2. Anonymous4:11 pm

    Happy Chinese Lunar New Year to the chinese poster, and to all have a great holiday, and this year bring good health, wealth and prosperity to all, their families, and loved ones as well ... :)

  3. To all Rocky Bru's posters and commentors!
    Gong Xi Fa Cai!!
    May this year of the fat pig bring you fatter luck, happiness and,of course,prosperity!
    And to you, Rocky -- Have a good holiday. May Allah SWT always take care of you and your family!
    (And I want to plagiarise Walla's last paragraph!)

  4. hi rocky,

    Gong Xi Fa Cai to everyone.
    And to you, Rocky, have a happier and better year.
    Hope the Year of the Pig brings you GOOD LUCK -- in your upcoming court case, I believe is on Feb 22.

    I hope to be there to give you moral support!

  5. Anonymous7:12 pm

    Happy Raya Cina Rocky. Oink-Oink! Will be back in March and hope to catch up this time.

    Stay well and happy holidays.

  6. Gong Xi Fa Cai to all Malaysians, particularly to bloggers and blog readers.

    And especially for:

    Ah Keat, Ah San, Carol, Ennis, Fong Ping, GRT, James, Kevin, Linda Tay, Marcus, Maxine, Nicole, Ming Lee(RDC), Tern Nong, Ricky Gan and W.H.Soo(TSM).

  7. Anonymous7:19 am

    Selamat Hari Raya Cina to you too, Rocky... and to all visitors of your blog. May the pig year be kind and plentiful to everyone's rice bowl!

    [Like Nuraina, I too want to ditto Walla's last paragraph!]

  8. Rocky,

    I didn't mean to hurt you. I was just lost for words. Sometimes it is better NOT to say than say it. It helps to keep the PEACE.

    But then we don't solve any problems either. So what?

    To you and all in the Blogging Fraternity "Gong Xi Fa Cai".

    (You don't have to be Chinese to celebrate the occasion.
    We are all Malaysians, right?)


  9. Anonymous9:13 am

    Happy CNY to all our Chinese bloggers and commentators!

    Rocky - I thought I'd share this on your blogspot and get some reaction. An article prepared for a popular mainstream newspaper on Muslim perceptions of the pig was spiked because it was considered sensitive. The fear is that a non-issue may be made an issue by people with vested interests.

    One of the views contributed was that unlike the other Chinese zodiac signs which were used to advantage by Muslim and non-Muslim politicians, the PIG will not enjoy such glamour. Muslim Ministers will not stand beside Chinese Ministers to bless a model/image of the pig in order to show inter-ethnic solidarity.

    What do you think? Any perceptions (Muslim or non-Muslim) on another of God's creatures?

    datin anonymous

  10. Rajahram,
    No, not at all bro. It's not an issue at all. To me it's perfectly ok if a blogger chooses to lie low, for whatever reasons.
    We all need a holiday sometimes. Looking forward to you return from yours!
    And here it is, a Melayu to an Indian wishing, Happy Chinese New Year.

  11. Anonymous4:03 pm

    I would like to wish all Malaysia Chinese a Very Happy Chinese New Year. Gong Xi Fatt Chai. Especially to Mr Chua Soo Kok, Council Chaiman of Perbadanan Pengurusan Villa Flora, Taman Tun.

    Charanjit Singh
    Operation Manager
    TSS Security (M) Sdn Bhd

  12. Yes, we need good health but we need lots and lots of good luck, more so when ruled by a gang of thieves who have been fleecing us from all front.

  13. Anonymous7:30 pm

    In the spirit of being a MALAYSIAN..a very happy Chinese New Year everyone. May the Year of the Boar bring us good fortune and better leaders. :P

  14. Dear Ronin Samurai Rocky,
    Happy hols and to all Chinese Bloggers Gong Xi Fa Chai.
    To Chinese Friends in my Kg namely
    Mr Tan Aik Huan@ Salleh ,
    Mr Lee Meng Kuang @Awang Tukang Emas, Mr Ah Lee @Ali ,Mr Koh @Awang Roti and their families thanks for the oranges...we love you all.