S… U… M… sum! P… A… H… pah! SUMPAH!


I reminisce my childhood days in my column at The Malaysian Insider today. Seems apt for this day and age too.

S… U… M… sum! P… A… H… pah! SUMPAH!
By Zan Azlee

APRIL 29 — When I was about five years old, I loved going to the playground behind our house. The neighbourhood kids would gather there every evening and play all kinds of games, from football, ice cream sticks to ram ram rep patung (remember this one?)!

My favourite game back then was ice cream sticks. Two people would go head to head and blow their ice cream sticks so it would overlap the other to win.If you won, you would get to take the other person’s ice cream stick to add to your collection. The more you had, the higher your social status.

The pressure was so intense that my friends and I would even resort to stealing each other’s sticks. And of course we would deny it when confronted.

“Kau ambik batang ais krim aku!”

“Mana ada!”

“Ye! Kau tipu!”

“Aku tak tipu lah! Sumpah!”

“Tipu! Kau tak cakap sumpah betul-betul!”

“Aku tak ambik! S… U… M… sum! P… A… H… pah! SUMPAH!”

[Click to read the full article at The Malaysian Insider]

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I like the Chinese. They took the attention away from the Malays during the Japanese Occupation! 4th episode up on FATBIDIN.TV!


Booyaaa!!! Fourth episode of ‘Kampung Baru Alaf Baru (New Age New Village)’  online now at FATBIDIN.TV! I like the Chinese… they took the attention away from the Malays during the Japanese Occupation!

FAT BIDIN PRESENTS…
KAMPUNG BARU ALAF BARU (NEW AGE NEW VILLAGE)

Part 4 of 8
What’s a Chinese guy doing in a Malay kampung?

Still shot from 'Kampung Baru Alaf Baru'

Evil spirits have invaded my baby!


Sometimes I’ll get lame and write about my daughter in my column for The Malaysian Insider. So sue me!

Evil spirits have invaded my baby!
By Zan Azlee

APRIL 22 — I’ve been feeling guilty these past few days because I’ve been haunted by the fact that my one-month-old daughter Athena Azlee had her first outing at a shopping mall. So I decided to take time off from work and whisk her off on a real trip. And how real can you get than Colmar Tropicale, the fake French village in Bukit Tinggi.

Now a lot of people tend to think that a baby so young shouldn’t be brought anywhere new because she might just get “disturbed.” I have a friend who also had a baby the same week I had mine. He was telling me stories about his son crying like mad in the middle of the night on a regular basis.

“I don’t know what kind of evil spirit is bothering him at night,” he told me during breakfast one morning.

“Evil spirit?” I responded.

“Something is bothering him at night. He only keeps quiet when I hold him and shout out ‘Whatever you are, stop bothering my son! Subhanallah!’”

“Right, buddy! All babies cry at night. And most babies keep quiet when you carry them too.”

[Click to continue reading the rest of the article at The Malaysian Insider]

Would you ever marry a strange man who followed you home from Chow Kit? New episode on FATBIDIN.TV!


My film KAMPUNG BARU ALAF BARU (NEW AGE NEW VILLAGE) was recently repeated on ntv7 (I’m sure due to popular demand!) after its original broadcast during August/September last year. And what a miraculous coincidence that I’m also serialising it on FATBIDIN.TV!!!

FAT BIDIN PRESENTS…
KAMPUNG BARU ALAF BARU (NEW AGE NEW VILLAGE)

Part 3 of 8
Would you ever marry a strange man who followed you home from Chow Kit?

Norisah Abu Bakar - KAMPUNG BARU ALAF BARU (NEW AGE NEW VILLAGE)

Here’s my blog entry at Fatbidin.com about my article at The Malaysian Insider about my video on VJ Movement!!


Here’s my blog entry at Fatbidin.com about my article at The Malaysian Insider about my video on VJ Movement!! Cross-promotion!! Hahaha!!

How to be gay and Muslim at the same time
By Zan Azlee

APRIL 15 — Recently, I was commissioned to produce a video news package for VJ Movement, a Dutch-based news agency focusing on solo-journalism. It was about a matter that had intrigued me for some time now and this was the opportunity for me to explore it — homosexuality in Islam.

And so, I decided that I would interview a slew of people to get as many different opinions on the matter. I met a Malay Muslim gay man who was willing to speak to me about this issue. However, he requested anonymity, fearing backlash. [Click to read the rest of the article at The Malaysian Insider]