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14.11.2013 | 鴕鳥埋頭

[Volume 8 Issue 11, #1820]
呢一幅壁畫大家應該唔會感到陌生啩?? 係立陶宛街頭畫家Ernest Zacharevic, 於新山市某處(確實地點我唔清楚)嘅作品, 以新山市內嘅Legoland人物, 勾畫出呢個城市隨時都會轉彎遇著劫匪嘅一個現象, 概念源自於當地居民對佢嘅忠告.. 呢幅壁畫完成後, 果然引起社會頗大回響, 在網上流傳後大家都一致給予讚賞.. 不過新山市長Ismail Karim就似乎唔太高興, 直斥壁畫抵毀新山市嘅聲譽, 所以下令要立即清除.. 其實我個人就非常認同畫家Zacharevic嘅見解, 「抵毀聲譽嘅唔係藝術, 而係罪案本身」, 我覺得振振有詞頗有道理.. 老實講, 我會將呢一幅壁畫看作一個警惕市民嘅訊息, 而對於有關當局就更加可以係更加落力打擊罪行嘅鞭策.. 如果呢一幅筆劃講嘅係事實, 又有何不妥呢?? 而且喺吉隆坡鬧事中, 我哋不難見到呢一款官方嘅「請提防搶匪」告示牌.. 如果呢一幅壁畫係人哋對新山嘅印象, 單單清除幅壁畫, 而唔做啲嘢去打擊罪案令人改觀, 又於事何補?? 睇落似係另外一個「鴕鳥埋頭, 斬腳趾避殺蟲」嘅例子喇.. 站在市長立場可能應該咁做, 不過以上係本人小小意見, 唔知各位又有何睇法呢??
[最新消息] 四名年輕人喺劫匪旁邊加畫咗一名警察.. 雖然Zacharevic評論此舉係破壞性舉動, 不過我個人又覺得佢哋咁做無非係想拯救呢一幅壁畫啫.. 將佢作「政治性」修改, 呢個動機係善意的.. 呢個post寫完之後但係出街之前, 市政廳昨日已經派人將呢幅壁畫徹底咁清除.. 句點
i guess you won't find this mural unfamiliar right?? it's the work of Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic somewhere (i'm unclear of the exact location) in JB, using the character from Legoland in JB to depict a rather frequent scene in the city where one would very likely bump into a robber around the corner, inspired by advices from the locals crimes in the city.. the mural gained widespread attention and is much talked about, within the internet itself many were impressed and like what has been done.. however the city mayor Ismail Karim doesn't seem to be happy with it, he immediately ordered this mural to be erased as he claimed that it defames the city's reputation.. i personally agree with what Zacharevic responded "art does not cause the defamation but crime itself" which is very true.. frankly, i would see this mural as a warning to the people (though done artistically), and a motive for the authority to exert more effort to bring down the occurrences.. what's wrong with this mural for just portraying the truth, and if we can see many official "beware of snatch thief" signboards erecting in KL?? if that is what people think of JB, what is the use of erasing that mural but not doing something to fight crimes and hence change their perceptions?? now, it seems like it's another example of "ostrich burying its head" story here.. in the mayor's shoes he may likely have to do so, but those are purely my personal opinions, how would you view this then?? :)
[latest updates] a group of four painted a police beside the robber.. while Zacharevic commented that as a vandalism act, i would see it as the youngsters trying to save the mural by making it "politically right", their have good motives.. after this post was written but before published, the city council has already sent people to totally remove the mural yesterday.. PERIOD
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90 comments:

  1. Good morning... Thursday blue... Cloudy rainy morning, best if can continue to zzz in bed...

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    1. Oh, this mural has been totally removed yesterday?

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    2. If possible and allowed, I would suggest to have this kinda mural to be painted in shopping centres and also at every level's carparks...

      Many cases already, you name it: Rape, robberies, human trafficking, organ harvesting (has this happened here? The child is soaked in ice in a tub, all organs removed).. Scary...

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    3. wow, LouizYee still in bed at 8:53AM?? no need to work dei?? yeah, it was removed yesterday by the city council.. yeah, i think these murals are kind of nice lah, i love to see them around.. errr, but if draw all the cases you mentioned, that would be more scary than as a warning~~ :D

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    4. Aiyoh, SK ahh SK, I was already at work la that time.. I said best IF can be still in bed la.. duh... yeah, how I wish I no need to work ahh.. hahahaha

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    5. haha, can lah, you take MC then can still lie in bed lor~~ :p

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  2. So I've heard. I would just follow what Confucius said: When one has nothing nice to say, it is best to remain silent. No doubt, the artist has his point - everyone knows that...

    However, I really cannot understand why there were people in Penang who went and vandalise his nice paintings - twice, at least, right? What is wrong with those people?

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    1. Human nature! People do not like to be told, never mind what - maybe the guy forgot to zip his pants...or the woman had a tear in her dress...or her petticoat is showing, longer than her dress. I would go and tell instead of letting them walk around not knowing and letting everybody see...but I know many would take offence...think I'm so kay poh!!!

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    2. What logo is that on the bag? Gucci?

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    3. Long ago, mums used to tell their daughters to hide their money and valuables in their bras or their panties...but these days, I wouldn't be that sure it's all that safe there anymore. LOL!!!!

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    4. ooopsss, i cannot believe my eyes when i see the Food Mayor of Sibu wrote the comments above!! ah, probably i do not know him well personally, because from his comments i certainly never seen those traits of him, muahahahahaha!! he always like to tease me so badly here~~ :p

      wow, sharp eyes!! you even noticed that logo on the bag, haha!! errr, it should be a Chanel bag with that logo.. :)

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    5. Me? Tease you? *blinks innocently*

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    6. not true?? this STP always come here to tease and bully me~~ sulk :p

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    7. Oh YESSS!!! This STP is such a big bully on SK Ah Boy who could easily chicken out and shiver at the slightest sound of thunder! Oh no please sayang SK la. Send him some instant Sibu Kampua Noodles and all will be forgiven & forgotten.

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    8. no thank you~~ muahahahaha!! i'd rather have a bowl outside than having all the chores to cook one at home :p

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  3. Talking about JB, anybody has blogger friends there? I have one but he's from Ipoh...and all the rest from KL, Penang, Ipoh/Perak, Seremban. Wish I could make more blogger friends from the other states as well.

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    1. oh yeah, make more friends from different places, so that whenever you go somewhere, there will always be some friends to meet up.. cool, i like that~~ :)

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    2. That's the whole idea...and they will be accorded the same hospitality should they decide to hop over here. Do unto others what you would want them do unto you.

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    3. oh yeah.. while i love to meet up friends but sometimes i also do not want to trouble them.. caught in between huh?? :)

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  4. I hope they will do more mural paintings in town areas... they will attract more visitors and at the same time, make the town more interesting!

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    1. They used to do that in all schools - very nice ones but the problem is they do not have the allocation to maintain them and it all gets faded...and old, not nice at all.

      Maintenance is very important - I don't think the people here are that pro-active. Once it is done, it is done...and after all the publicity, they will just conveniently forget about it.

      Personally, I think a regular nice new coat of paint on all shop buildings would be nice. The town council here in Sibu is very good - they will send reminders to you if your shop looks old and dirty, ask you to repaint. Of course, there will be some who will just ignore...but most will follow quietly.

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    2. How much allocation is needed for a school to paint murals? A LOT?

      Because I remember I was in charge of painting murals of my dorm when I was in school, and all the warden gave me were buckets and buckets of paints.

      The rest was handled by the students themselves.

      Maintenance too

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    3. ahem...paint naik harga dei....buy from the hardward shop 5kg tong RM50-RM100/tong(branded lah). But when come to project, the paint can suddenly naik harga 10x leh

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    4. yeah, i think murals or even nice graffiti is kind of nice.. for example that stretch of artistic graffiti mural along the river around Central Market in KL.. i like that initiative very much!!

      and i gotta agree with STP, maintenance is as important as the initiative.. as we can see, there are so many things not properly maintained in our country, it's actually a sad thing to see things get old and not functioning, and in the end disposed off just like that..

      wow, lina must be very good in painting, she was in charge of the murals painting at school!! fuyoh..

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    5. Not because of good in painting lah.

      Because nobody else volunteer! Muahaha

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    6. muahaha, so did you volunteer or forced to take up this role since there is no volunteer?? :D

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    7. I volunteered.

      ANd they had to aceept me because there were no other candidates for them to be choosy to fill the role.

      It was a committee role. I was the AJK for Kebajikan dan Kebudayaan or something. LOL

      I was also AJK makanan. Passed the interview for it because the senior who interviwed me seems to like me. hehehe

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    1. I just saw this in the newspaper this morning and now saw it in your blog, hehe....

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    2. it's been quite a talked-about topic in Malaysia, surprise you also read that in the paper in Singapore.. :)

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    3. The picture out again in today newspaper...

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    4. SK, understand that there is a t-shirt on this, did you get hold of it?

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    5. oh really?? i am not aware of the t-shirt, so they have it in the Legoland?? haha~~ :D

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  6. Mesti mau jaga air muka mah...

    malaysia kan aman.

    Crime?

    What crime?

    Pfftt...

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    1. crime...what does crime means ah? No la...just a fraction of your overactive imagination la.

      Here very aman punya....you open all doors and tingkap no pencuri wanna come in one...only nyamuk and lalat will come in la.

      Women no need worry one when go car park alone . Tu Canny siapa tu ah... is just cerita dongeng kot. All those red buttons recently installed in most shopping complex Car park is just for kids to play with la. Decoration mah.

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    2. yalah, we are in such a safe country, the second safest in Asia indeed!! and the crime rate is declining years after years too.. errr, heard that it's because all had already given up reporting police~~ :D

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    3. We have just earned TOP 10 Most Dangerous Place On Earth!!!! Apa second safest in Asia? Tipu la.....

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  7. Interesting reminder to pedestrians to be more sensitive to their surroundings!

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    1. Totally agree with you, Missy Missy.

      Pity the authorities just see the negative side of it and not use it to create awareness on petty crimes there.

      It's a good reminder to all.

      Some of us tend to forget and be aware of our surroundings, being so pre-occupied with their gadgets - smarthpones/tablets/pads.

      It's scary to see that these people can be so oblivious to incoming traffic too! @.@

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    2. yeah, i am very supportive to this mural which is rather a reminder to the pedestrian to stay alert.. it's nothing more than a more artistic "beware of snatch thief" signboard we see around in KL!! and scary to see people get so occupied with their gadgets and totally ignored their own safety..

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    1. 網上流傳一張照片, 一個男人跪在呢幅壁畫錢, 作狀俾錢劫匪同警察.. 要命就要俾錢, 要服務都一樣要俾錢.. 間接地在兩者之間劃上等號~~ :D

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  9. entah la...some are over sensitive kot. It's just a mural . A good reminder for people to be careful about thief.

    Correct la. If there are that many official "beware of snatch thief" signboards erected in KL, then what is wrong with that mural?

    All the anger might as well as put into good use. Instead of erasing the mural, why not put up more notice.

    Just the other day I discovered from a facebook friend that Selangor used to have this apps called MyDistress for smartphone user. But now gone.

    Here is the extract i copied from my friend's FB wall.

    "Although Dato' Tun Hisan has opted for early retirement, he is much missed by his officers and men, and more, by the Selangor folks. He launched many good initiatives when he was their Chief Police Officer. One of the initiatives was the MyDistress App for smartphones which had rescued many people. All they need to do is activate the App when in need of help, and within minutes police will be there, guided by GPS. To run it is a commitment and thus a heavy responsibility which is why it was only available in Selangor. Dato' Tun Hisan saw it running. Thus, many people today feel sad that the MyDistress has ceased operation now. I am sad too.

    Here is a testimonial from one of many who had benefited from MyDistress who had written to The Star.

    From: Samad Rahim
    Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2013 10:41:32
    To: austin@thestar.com.my
    Subject: My Distress

    Dear Austin,

    I couldn't agree less that My Distress application by PDRM should be reinstated.

    On 4th November 2013 at around 4.30 pm my daughter and her friend had an encounter with a road bully in Shah Alam. She has My Distress application on her phone. She was not able to use it as the application was discontinued as announce by the Selangor Chief Police Officer.

    The man became very aggressive and began kicking her friends car when they stopped over. He even sped at the lady driver's face. This was over a cutting of lanes.

    She called me and I advised her to proceed to the nearest police station.

    I then dialed 999. Got the operator who asked me too many questions on how the incident happen. Where is the exact location of my daughter, etc. How the h*ll do I know their location since they are driving towards a police station.

    If she could trigger her My Distress the Police will know her exact location. Time wasted.

    I have had two experience in using My Distress.

    1. My Neighbour, a Snr Police Officer called me once telling me he has cornered a burglar. I pressed a button on my Fone My Distress which sends a signal that I have an emergency in my house. Police called me and I told them it was my neighbour's house. Within minutes two Patrol cars arrived.

    2. I was on my way to KL Sentral in a commuter train at around 2pm. My wife a teacher called me that she saw a man jumping over my house fence. The train was near Bangsar. I triggered My Distress. Police called and informed that they have despatched assistance. I made my trip back. Reaching home there where two Patrol cars and the Police where taking statement from my wife. What' a relief.

    3. I was praying at a Surau in a Petrol station in Puchong when I saw a man with a bag and an axe . I triggered My Distress. I do not know the exact address. Again Police called and they know my where abouts. Again within minutes they came and questioned the guy.

    Kudos for the Police with My Distress.

    Samad Rahimi Deraman

    HOPEFULLY, MORE PEOPLE WILL WRITE TO THE PRESS OR USE SOCIAL MEDIA LIKE FACEBOOK TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK TO PDRM & THE GOVERNMENT ON THE NEED TO BRING BACK NOT JUST MYDISTRESS TO SELANGOR BUT ALSO EXTEND TO WHOLE COUNTRY. PLEASE SHARE IF YOU AGREE.
    — with Tun Hisan"

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    1. why big thing like this being discontinued, nobody make a sound. But a simple artistic mural, he want it erased?

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    2. well, for very obvious reasons only we know.. small little matters they like to exaggerate and make it big.. but big serious issues they will just briefly mention and then close file secretly, this is not uncommon i guess for us the people of the bolehland.. how sad huh??

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    3. Wahhhhhhhh!!!! This long comment, sure TM tumpah liao lor!!! Muahahahahaha!!!!!

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    4. Are we talking about the mural, about crime and about the preventive measures or are we talking about getting high score for SK blog? hehehe

      Meow, Ah Boy,
      It's indeed sad that such initiative is discontinued. I guess it wasn't sexy enough to gain political mileage with it.

      And yeah... we can always sweep big issues under the rug. What's petty crime? Aiyoh, to small and can be ignored lah.

      Syukurlah Malaysia masih aman. *heh*

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    5. STP I already fainted in disbelief at this Small Kucing - the certified Nenek Kebayan by UNESCO for her long winded ancient story telling! Muahahahahaha She is so good at digging out grave stories. I must call her a Grave Robber too! LOL

      So I must also trigger MY DISTRESS when in danger! That's definitely a good help to our fellow citizens! My residential area is now a high target for break ins, robberies and car thefts until everyone lives in fear. Some 3000 residents in my area are connected and updated of the daily of the horrendous crimes! So scary lah.

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    6. Grave digger too Anay! LOL

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    7. errr, this meow always can do things all-in-one lah.. with her nenek kebayan stories, she can talk about the topic and at the same time also off-topic, and in the end the long story also earns her more points.. see?? killing three stones with one stone.. we surely must learn from her dei~~

      oh that MY DISTRESS already discontinued?? i downloaded the apps into my phone, and before i even have time to set up my profile, it's already discontinued?? haiz, then i shall delete the apps already~~

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    8. Aiyo this Nenek Kebayan Meow can confuse Anay lah with her off topic and relevant stories yet earn points. She actually tipu Ah Boy and earned scores la. Not fair la, she spat out hairballs and you give her marks!!

      I will start drawing this Nenek Kebayan riding bicycle on the walls with her carrying her son behind. She is a Spam Legend now.

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  10. malaysian isn't ready yet to accept this kind of artistic thing, i guess.. >.<

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    1. errr, i think you cannot generalize every Malaysian but i would say only that particular group of backward-thinking people.. :)

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    2. Most Malaysians appreciate it.

      Applaud it even.

      Just that the authorities of course won't see it that way.

      They care about their "air-muka"

      Malaysia masih aman, and all...

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    3. Since Penang started this wall mural drawings, several states have followed suit including the small tiny town of Gopeng in Perak. i just saw them few weeks ago and they were interesting. It will become a wall trend now to liven up back lanes!! The thousands of foreign tourists who flocked to Penang annualy were impressed by this Art which required them to make long walks across the Chinatown in Penang's Heritage zone. The CM Lim Guan Eng also assured everyone that it is very safe to walk around the touristy belts even in the middle of the night. I did that.

      Now coming to this Johor Bahru's mural issue, the Star mentioned today that so many Singaporeans have made trips across the causeway to take a good look at these wall murals! Soon they will copy in their island too!

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    4. Imitation is the best form of flattery, after all. ;)

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    5. yeah Mr Lonely, i think most of the people appreciate that but probably not the authority..

      Anay, before Penang or even JB started with all these murals, our Mak Glam has already lead her team to paint murals at her hostel during high school days!! now who's the pioneer and who's imitator?? haha~~ :D

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    6. Muahahahahahaa you counted Mak Glam's scribbles and stains on the walls as the earliest mural painters! Wow! We should officially record in history books!

      Most artists did very extensive and long wall murals but I am not sure who started those cute human drawings on the walls that looked real life in size and perfect realities. That's where it started from Penang and suddenly attracted so much attention.

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    7. hmmm, i wonder if Mak Glam has got photos of the murals she directed during her school time.. haha!!

      very true.. the murals used to be scenery paintings last time i remember.. beach, trees, bushes, flowers, grass etc.. but i think the human drawings are even better since they reflect our lives even closer.. :)

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    8. Wish I did but I didn't.

      Last time cannot simply take photos la... To cuci gambar not cheap. ;)

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  11. Actually the mural just showing the serious cases that happening in JB all the time which kinda like a symbolize from there too (not to insult people in JB, but always heard something like "if you didn't been through any robbery cases which means you haven't been to JB!")

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    1. This problem is so serious, don't know why all those who needs to concern of it, refuse to take any action on it!!! =[

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    2. Or maybe they need to wait till the moment when they been through that experience lol!!!

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    3. Actually I found that kind of 矛盾, they refuse to let people see the mural, but in fact they erase it instead of try to solve the main issue of it!!!….

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    4. true enough, i actually do not find any problem with that mural, it's so nice right?? and i so agree with you, must pray for those people to go through what others have experienced, then only they will feel the pinch and started to look into the issues seriously..

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  12. Good day SK!
    I am super late on Thursday giving you this comment, but I guess I am the earliest to comment on Friday, since it's 12:32am now, haha xD

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    1. Yes yes, this mural is of course familiar! Very hot and popular topic recently, especially in FB, with lots of extra 'icons' too, if you know what I mean.
      At first I don't know what's the big deal about it, I thought it's just like those murals in Penang, as art. But after reading a few posts shared by friends, I finally knew what's the story behind.

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    2. So you see, FB is really a good news channel these days, I think I don't have to read the paper also can know some of the things happened in our country already, kakaka xD

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    3. Well in my personal opinion, I don't see anything wrong with this mural, to me it's cute (seriously the idea of using Lego human being is so brilliant la!), and also conveys the message for everyone to be careful (see they draw a Chanel bag somemore), since JB's crimes is on a raise lately.
      Some people just wanna cari pasal and perhaps hide the truth?

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    4. Well, just a mural painting already can create chaos. I really wonder what are these people thinking...
      I think it's not the end, 你看吧,陆续有来的。。

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    5. Alright, getting real sleepy now, time to date my Mr Zhou Gong!
      Good night SK! Spam you next post ;)

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    6. haha, i also got to know about this mural from facebook.. at first thought it's just another artwork in Penang but when this photo started to appear more frequently, i took more serious reading and only found out it's such a hot topic in JB..

      and true enough, nothing's wrong with the mural right?? i would really appreciate this piece of artwork indeed.. so artistic and yet can be treated as an alert to the people, really do not understand why it needed to be totally removed?? haiz~~

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  13. I love that guy's drawing. He is so creative. Wonder when will he comes to Seremban to draw some mural to beautify the town. He is an amazing artist

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    1. From the Internet, I saw how our M'sian being so creative added some elements into the drawing. Then I was sad to see how our govt painted the wall white....and many ppl said hoping the heavy rain will wash away the paint. haha

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    2. Then, the next day it was on the news again. Someone glued the painting back onto the wall and on some other places around JB ! Wow..... die hard fans. I hope the govt will be more open minded. It's true...ostrich buried it's head in the hole. Sad

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    3. yeah, he has got a few mural paintings around especially in Penang and all are so appreciated by the people, until they claim the place as the new tourist spot for Penang, haha..

      yeah, after they removed the mural, someone glued the two lego people back, but then sad to say, they were removed again after a couple of hours i read..

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  14. Well it is better be late than never.. muahaha...

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    1. Ernest Zacharevic is a very genius guy doing mural painting where ever he feels like to draw and paint it.

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    2. Why are THEY get so sensitive towards the painting leh, really don't understand that. Ernest Zacharevic did a very good job to let everyone alert in any robbery cases - to stay careful and as a precaution. Since advertisement and signboard didn't get much attention from the public.

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    3. That day when I glance through the topic you mentioned on last Thursday. I didn't have time to left my comments. So the following day, I saw the newspaper mentioned that they get the authority person to wash off the drawing. Sigh.... I believe there are many more important cases to follow up, why must spend such a little time to wash off the drawing. Definitely makes people laugh at us lor.... shame shame.

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    4. In fact, crime cases shown a very high statistic at JB. There are several locations are very dangerous at anytime. So since Johor already has LEGO land, Ernest Zacharevic has a great idea to draw out the Lego minifigures character. Hey com' on, even all animation characters got good and bad people right?
      Adapted from LEGO mini figures character encyclopedia:
      "most mini figures are friendly, but there are a few rotten eggs out to spoil everybody else fun. Fortunately, these bad guys just aren't very good at being bad and their villainous misdeeds usually backfire with hilarious result." pg:94-95. Just coincidence, I bought this book for my son. It is a limited edition only cost RM69.95. Inside have more than 160 mini figures. Hey they have gangster, mini figures too lor...

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    5. When I was Std 6, I have participated in mural drawing with a few friends. Just had enough time to draw only, but later our junior completed with painting after we graduated from Std 6. I have no idea how come we didn't completed it. Forgot already....

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    6. yeah, i do like his paintings on the wall, very artistic and most importantly bringing very inspiring and positive message.. that is why i don't actually see any problem with that lego mural in JB - it's nicely painted, creative and also trying to alert the people.. the motive and intention are from the good side..

      i think they have reported a drop in the crime rate.. errr, probably not because of lesser crimes, but people did not report because they have already gave up, hahaha!!

      oh, that was indeed a very good experience!! i have never painted murals before, to me its really a huge project and i think i can only draw on papers the most, haha!! :D

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  15. You know what I didn't read news many days too. My FIL informed me about this mural was erased . Now, I read the complete story in this post.
    I find this mural is so interesting, beautiful and meaningful. It is LEGOLAND characters, how cute.

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    1. to me it's more than just lego characters.. it's more about a message that the artist want to convey.. he wanted to remind people to be alert of robbery.. :)

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    2. I agree with you , SK, It brings so much message to public, how silly the people erased off such a beautiful art. Our bolehland should repent .

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    3. Well it was due to no face and political issues that the murals had to be removed. This is our country la being run by some bigots who failed to keep our lives in safe environment. We should paint more murals to protest anything we loathe. Now we can paint the murals of Rosmasaurus Dinosaur flying to Doha in jet!!! Hot news currently.

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  16. Murals are part of the culture in European countries. One can see murals almost everywhere. I really appreciate murals.

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