June 11, 2009

Redundancy

I made a trip to Palace of Justice(POJ) in Putrajaya for some management case. POJ had somehow changes its name "Istana Kehakiman". Wait..I thought the direct translation of POJ in Bahasa Malaysia (BM) suppose to be "Istana Keadilan"?? While im doubting my own command of BM, I suddenly enlightened with the word of "Keadilan". I nearly forgotten that our ruling government is allergic towards the word of "Keadilan" Think you are smart enough to understand what it suppose to mean.

Pardon me if I was being shallow in writing this entry but I seriously do not see any reason of the necessity of having whole rows of air conditioning and fans in a medium size cafeteria in this majestic POJ. (Do explain or correct me if you know the reason)


As from the picture, you can notice that the fan is not those ordinary fan that you place at your home. Around the area of fan, you can see double black frame, which is actually the air conditioning system. If this is not cooling enough, try to look at this:-Seems that our government has been extremely caring and understanding about the hot weather in Malaysia and this is for the good of our community. (anyhow, I din even see much homo sapiens there)

Having a luxurious palace as a court is just an indication telling people that justice requires lots of money.

4 comments:

amethyst213 said...

after more than a week in POJ, i realise even with the fan + aircond, during lunch time the cafe still as hot and stuffy as ever...

food is very good and cheap though...

Vi Vio Violet~ said...

Coz their loyal kitchen is not separated from their majestic dining hall..so with all d cooking done in kitchen, d heat, d smell n evrything'll eventually makes u feel hot+stuffy+stinky.. Smart construction of our POJ.

ArchDyeu said...

What do you expect, its not their money......

And a very spot-on post, nice....

routermen said...

they should opt for "Istana kepanasan" instead