Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Car rubbish dumping.

A typical scene of couldn't careless attitude. Throwing paper and tissue (and sometimes rubbish) out of your car. Why can't they bring an empty plastic bag, and throw all their rubbish into that plastic bag and bring the rubbish home or to the nearest rubbish bin? This scene is on the outskirt of KL, and the car owner is most probably living in the condo nearby.
Worse scenerio is during fruit seasons where you see children (and adults) throwing the fruit skins out of car windows while the car is travelling (and sometimes the car stopping by the road side). And worse when you visit a picnic spot (in Malaysia); they seem to think that the spot is also their rubbish dumping ground, (with PVC and polystryene bags and boxes thrown all over).
Most deplorable.

Do we really care?

Sunday, January 29, 2006

damaged bus stop

Damaged bus stop on the outskirt of KL. Damaged by whom? Who is to repair it?

Do we really care?

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Rubbish dumps.

Don't they have proper places to throw away these used stuff. Old abandoned chairs in the children playground and an alter just thrown about.

Do we really care?

Tuesday, January 24, 2006


Some people just throw their rubbish at the jungle fringe.

Do we really care?

Saturday, January 21, 2006

outskirt rubbish

Rubbish gathered near an apartment block. And its in the outer skirt of Kuala Lumpur! What are the rubbish collectors doing? Or can't the authority place a rubbish collecting bin there?

And the landslide in front of that apartment block! Damaging the covered bus-stand. Its in everybody's view.

Do we really care?

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Need a rubbish bin

Why can't the Municipal Council provides a proper rubbish bin? The rubbish had been dumped there not only now but for ages, and the funny thing is that the Municipal Council contractor's lorries collect these rubbish periodically - weekly I think. Meanwhile flies breed.

Do we really care?

Saturday, January 14, 2006

a new coat of paint.

Are we not puting a new coat of paint on these pre-war II shophouses?

Do we really care?


An abandonned swimming pool behind the abandoned hotel.

A hotel, popular in late 70s, now left to rot.

Built in 1936, caught fire last year and not repaired.

Do we really care?

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