The 40-year-old actor has passed away in a fiery car accident in California.

Paul Walker, the star of the highly successful franchise ‘Fast & Furious’, has been killed in a car accident in California.

According to reports, the 40-year-old actor was riding in a Porsche that lost control and crashed in Santa Clarita, north of Los Angeles. The car hit a post or a tree before busting into flames, killing both passengers in the vehicle.

A past by the actor’s team on Facebook stated: “It is with a truly heavy heart that we must confirm that Paul Walker passed away today in a tragic car accident while attending a charity event for his organization Reach Out Worldwide. He was a passenger in a friend's car, in which both lost their lives. We appreciate your patience as we too are stunned and saddened beyond belief by this news. Thank you for keeping his family and friends in your prayers during this very difficult time. We will do our best to keep you apprised on where to send condolences. - ‪#‎TeamPW”

Deputy Heischuber of Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station told PEOPLE that there is still “an ongoing investigation” and “there are deputies on the scene now”. He also stated: “Solo car crash occurred about 3:30 p.m. in the city of Santa Clarita, on the outskirts of Valencia. A 911 call came in from a bystander." 

Paul Walker was currently filming the seventh ‘Fast & Furious’ film.




Strangely, I know better about the end
So I’m sad, I’m sadder
When I look at you
When I look at you
I see you for the last time
You’re still pretty, prettier 
When I look at you
When I look at you

This might be the last time we say goodbye
This might be the last time we say goodnight
This might be the last time 
This might be the last time
This might be the last time we say goodbye
This might be the last time we say goodnight
This might be the last time 
This might be the last time

Baby slow down
My whole body is shaking
On a sunny day, it suddenly rains on this window
(Rainy window) (Rainy window)
Baby calm down
My voice is shaking
The window that knows about the secrets of this silent night 
(Rainy window) (Rainy window)

No one knows about my heart
That I may look like I’m smiling but I’m really not smiling
When I look at you
When I look at you
I can see you crying 
Love is painful, more painful
When I look at you
Baby look at me

Look into your eyes
Let it rain, Let it rain
Look up at the sky
Let it rain, Let it rain
Rain rain rain rain (Rainy window)
Wash away the pain (Rainy window)
Let it rain, Let it rain

Strangely, I know better about the end
So I’m sad, I’m sadder

This might be the last time 
This might be the last time

Rainy window, your window


You really did forget everything
Seeing how happily you’re greeting me
Only then did I vaguely begin to feel the pain
The wound that had yet to appear on my skin

The tears would not come
Since this farewell didn’t seem significant
Since it felt so inconsequential

A pleasant goodbye ultimately there can be no such thing
If I had known, I would have cried it all out then
At that time, that I was already a part of your ending
Was a story only I didn’t know

So it wasn’t love
It was just a moment which you spent by my side
Now I’m vaguely beginning to understand
Why you could only apologize

I must have been too excited
The very moment you left me, I was expecting you again
How foolish was I?

A pleasant goodbye ultimately there can be no such thing
If I had known, I would have cried it all out then
At that time, that I was already a part of your ending
Was a story only I didn’t know

IU – The Story Only I Didn’t Know 



"Kenapa tak boleh keluar dengan lelaki ajnabi walaupun tak ada pegang-pegang, tak ada sentuh-sentuh, tak buat benda tak senonoh, tak ada pergi tempat gelap ? Kita orang keluar just for fun."

Ikhtilat.
Kalau kita tak jaga ikhtilat, iaitu pergaulan kita dengan lelaki bukan mahram, maka kita akan senang dijangkiti penyakit hati.

Bila mata suka memandang kepada ajnabi,
bila mulut suka berbual kosong dengan ajnabi,
bila telinga suka mendengar suara ajnabi,
bila tangan suka ber'chatting' dengan ajnabi,
bila kaki suka melangkah bersama ajnabi,
bila diri suka meraih perhatian ajnabi,
maka kita akan mudah jatuh hati.

Dari situ, syaitan akan mula menggerakkan operasi mereka untuk mengheret kita ke arah yang lebih dimurkai Allah.

Zina.
Na'uzubillah
Adakah kita menguasai otak fikiran kita atau sebaliknya.

Belajarlah mengawal otak kita. Jika kita membiarkan otak kita merayau, fikiran kita akan menjadi liar dan menguasai kita.

Ia akan membuka kembali benda-benda silam bagaikan satu katalog. Ia akan mengingatkan kita tentang kesedihan, ketidakpuasan hati kita bermula daripada hari kita dilahirkan.

Jika kita membiarkan fikiran kita melayang, ia akan mem-berikan kembali imej-imej masa silam yang susah, imej-imej masa depan yang menakutkan. Dan fikiran ini akan mengacau dan mengoncang kita menyebabkan emosi kita tidak terkawal.

Maka, kawallah fikiran, hadkan fikiran ke benda penting yang membuahkan kerja berfaedah. 

Bilamana anda mengingat maksiat, jangan dibiar syaitan membisik keseronokan, sebaliknya ikutilah ingatan itu dengan istigfar dan mohon keampunan kerana syaitan sedang menggodam untuk berbuat semula kejahatan itu.

Awasi perangkap syaitan. Istigfar, taubat dan dekatkan diri dengan Allah.

(Quran 25: 58)
“Dan berserahlah engkau kepada Allah Tuhan Yang Hidup, yang tidak mati; serta bertasbihlah dengan memujiNya; dan cukuplah Ia mengetahui secara mendalam akan dosa-dosa hambaNya.”

Mesej ini khusus untuk membantu sesiapa yang sedang mengalami konflik minda sehingga mewujudkan perbalahan dan ribut di dalam cawan rumahtangga, pejabat mahupun jamaah. Berkongsilah kepada sesiapa yang memerlukannya. Jazakallah.

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Assalamualaikum kawan-kawan, 
Petang yang indah ni , aku buka facebook , scroll down punya scroll down , terjumpa status kawan fb, baca punya baca, aku terasa dgn dia punya status. 
Selama ni aku dok kata kat kawan aku , daripada korang bercinta monyet , lebih baik aku bercinta sebelah tangan. Tak salah kan ? Aku juga tak malu , tak menjatuhkan maruah keluarga aku dan diri aku sendiri . Aku menuggu seseorang yang halal buat aku , Bercinta lepas bernikah boleh kan ? 
hah , ini lah nukilan yg aku katakan , nukilan tu sama seperti isi hati aku selama ni . hmmm , tak sangka boleh ada kat facebook isi hati aku tu :P 

hek3,
siapa habaq cheq tak bercinta,

cuma cheq ni.,
Mungkin kita pernah rasa tentang cinta,
Yang takdirnya bukan untuk kita,
Mungkin ini adalah cara meluah cinta,
Tanpa berkata atau berpandang mata,

I’m sorry but i love you,
I’m sorry if i miss you,
Even if i can’t have you ,
You know i’ll always be there for you,

Mungkin aku mencintaimu walaupun engkau tak pernah tahu,
Mungkin aku mencintaimu tanpa lelah atau pun jemu,

Mungkin kita tak bersama di takdirkan,
Tak mengapa asal kau bahagia,
Biar aku mencintaimu biar tiada siapa yang tahu,
Biar aku mencintaimu dalam diam ataupun bisu..

but actually.,
Ku pendamkan perasaan ini
Ku rahsiakan rasa hati ini
Melindungkan kasih yang berputik
Tersembunyi di dasar hati

Ku pohonkan petunjuk Ilahi
Hadirkanlah insan yang sejati
Menemani kesepian ini
Mendamaikan sekeping hati

Oh Tuhanku
Berikanlah ketenangan abadi
Untukku menghadapi
Resahnya hati ini mendambakan kasih
Insan yang ku sayang

Di hati ini
Hanya Tuhan yang tahu
Di hati ini
Aku rindu padamu
Tulus sanubari
Menantikan hadirmu
Hanyalah kau gadis pilihanku

Kerana batasan adat dan syariat
Menguji kekuatan keteguhan iman
insan yang berkasih

daripada cheq 'cinta monyet' macam kalian,
lebih baik cheq cuma bercinta 'sebelah tangan',
tak salah kan..
hihi..

nukilan : Wan Muhammad Al Irham

Thanks for being my friends at UiTM , Lendu , Melaka :) Thanks a lot :)
*The Persistence of Memory*




Shutter speed is shown in fraction form. The fraction is referring to the 1/15 of a second (slow) that it takes the shutter to open and close. Or the 1/6000 of a second (fast) it takes to open and close.

A slow shutter speed allows more light to come in because the shutter is open longer. But since the shutter is opened longer it also allows for some movement in your picture (motion blur) if it’s open longer than 1/80 of a second and there is a moving object/child in front of the camera.

Many photographers over estimate how steady they can hold a camera. Using a standard 50mm lens the minimum shutter speed you should use will be ‘one over 50′, which is 1/50. To turn it into a shutter speed you simply call it a fraction of a second, like this; 1/50th of a second. The nearest shutter speed you can set is actually 1/60th of a second but you get the idea. So if you’re shooting at 200mm the minimum shutter speed you should use will be ‘one over 200′, which is 1/200th of a second. So you would set your shutter speed to 1/250th of a second, that being the closest to 1/200. These figures are just a rough guide and may vary according to individual ability. Over time you will learn how slow a shutter speed you can hand hold but if in doubt always err on the fast side. It wouldn’t generally recommend you hand hold any camera/lens combination below 1/30th of a second.

The image below was shot with a shutter speed of 1/4 second (f20, ISO 100) using a neutral density filter. To get this effect on a very sunny June day was not easy. I had my son Theo stand still while his friends ran around him. The camera was on a tripod because of the slow shutter speed needed and I had screw-in neutral density filter +8 filter otherwise the image would have been completely over exposed as there would have been too much light hitting the sensor. There’s a great article on ND Filter’s here.
slow shutter Foto Friday   Tips & Techniques   Shutter Speed

For most people the most important aspect of choosing a shutter speed is getting one fast enough to freeze movement. Unfortunately the world is full of things that all move at different speeds and no one bothered to make a list of what shutter speed would be needed to freeze each and every one of them. With this in mind I have put together a little table containing some common ‘things that move’ and a suitable shutter speed to stop them. You can use these values as a basis for working out shutter speeds for other situations you may encounter. This is a rough guide only so don’t sue me if one doesn’t work for you – try increasing another stop.

 speed chart Foto Friday   Tips & Techniques   Shutter Speed

rujukan : Foto Friday


Previously I’ve introduced the concept of the Exposure Triangle as a way of thinking about getting out of Auto Mode and exploring the idea of manually adjusting the exposure of your shots.
shutter-speed
Photo by Hughes500
The three main areas that you can adjust are ISO, Aperture and Shutter speed. I’ve previously looked at making adjustments to ISO and now want to turn our attention to shutter speed.

What is Shutter Speed?
As I’ve written elsewhere, defined most basically – shutter speed is ‘the amount of time that the shutter is open’.

In film photography it was the length of time that the film was exposed to the scene you’re photographing and similarly in digital photography shutter speed is the length of time that your image sensor ‘sees’ the scene you’re attempting to capture.
Let me attempt to break down the topic of “Shutter Speed” into some bite sized pieces that should help digital camera owners trying to get their head around shutter speed:

Fast-Shutter-Speed
Photo by konaboy


  • Shutter speed is measured in seconds – or in most cases fractions of seconds. The bigger the denominator the faster the speed (ie 1/1000 is much faster than 1/30).
  • In most cases you’ll probably be using shutter speeds of 1/60th of a second or faster. This is because anything slower than this is very difficult to use without getting camera shake. Camera shake is when your camera is moving while the shutter is open and results in blur in your photos.
  • If you’re using a slow shutter speed (anything slower than 1/60) you will need to either use a tripod or some some type of image stabilization (more and more cameras are coming with this built in).
  • Shutter speeds available to you on your camera will usually double (approximately) with each setting. As a result you’ll usually have the options for the following shutter speeds – 1/500, 1/250, 1/125, 1/60, 1/30, 1/15, 1/8 etc. This ‘doubling’ is handy to keep in mind as aperture settings also double the amount of light that is let in – as a result increasing shutter speed by one stop and decreasing aperture by one stop should give you similar exposure levels (but we’ll talk more about this in a future post).
  • Some cameras also give you the option for very slow shutter speeds that are not fractions of seconds but are measured in seconds (for example 1 second, 10 seconds, 30 seconds etc). These are used in very low light situations, when you’re going after special effects and/or when you’re trying to capture a lot of movement in a shot). Some cameras also give you the option to shoot in ‘B’ (or ‘Bulb’) mode. Bulb mode lets you keep the shutter open for as long as you hold it down.
  • When considering what shutter speed to use in an image you should always ask yourself whether anything in your scene is moving and how you’d like to capture that movement. If there is movement in your scene you have the choice of either freezing the movement (so it looks still) or letting the moving object intentionally blur (giving it a sense of movement).
  • To freeze movement in an image (like in the surfing shot above) you’ll want to choose a faster shutter speed and to let the movement blur you’ll want to choose a slower shutter speed. The actual speeds you should choose will vary depending upon the speed of the subject in your shot and how much you want it to be blurred.
  • Motion is not always bad – I spoke to one digital camera owner last week who told me that he always used fast shutter speeds and couldn’t understand why anyone would want motion in their images. There are times when motion is good. For example when you’re taking a photo of a waterfall and want to show how fast the water is flowing, or when you’re taking a shot of a racing car and want to give it a feeling of speed, or when you’re taking a shot of a star scape and want to show how the stars move over a longer period of time etc. In all of these instances choosing a longer shutter speed will be the way to go. However in all of these cases you need to use a tripod or you’ll run the risk of ruining the shots by adding camera movement (a different type of blur than motion blur).
  • Focal Length and Shutter Speed - another thing to consider when choosing shutter speed is the focal length of the lens you’re using. Longer focal lengths will accentuate the amount of camera shake you have and so you’ll need to choose a faster shutter speed (unless you have image stabilization in your lens or camera). The ‘rule’ of thumb to use with focal length in non image stabilized situations) is to choose a shutter speed with a denominator that is larger than the focal length of the lens. For example if you have a lens that is 50mm 1/60th is probably ok but if you have a 200mm lens you’ll probably want to shoot at around 1/250.
Slow-Shutter-Speed-1
Photo by flamed

Shutter Speed – Bringing it Together

Remember that thinking about Shutter Speed in isolation from the other two elements of the Exposure Triangle (aperture and ISO) is not really a good idea. As you change shutter speed you’ll need to change one or both of the other elements to compensate for it.

For example if you speed up your shutter speed one stop (for example from 1/125th to 1/250th) you’re effectively letting half as much light into your camera. To compensate for this you’ll probably need to increase your aperture one stop (for example from f16 to f11). The other alternative would be to choose a faster ISO rating (you might want to move from ISO 100 to ISO 400 for example).

I’ll write more on bringing it together once I’ve written a post in the coming week on the last element of the Exposure Triangle – Aperture.

copyright from : dPS
The majority of people who take photographs do not understand the importance of depth of field. By definition, depth of field is the focal area that is acceptably sharp in each photograph. This distance of what is sharp could range from a fraction of an inch to hundreds of feet. There are four important factors that control the area of sharpness. They are the focusing setting, aperture size, focal length, and distance of the subject to the camera. Many imagine that they would want everything in the picture to be equally sharp throughout the entire picture. While this is true for many landscape pictures, many other types of photography are actually more visually pleasing with a narrow area of focal sharpness. By making only a select portion of a picture sharp our eye naturally knows what is being emphasized.
Narrow Depth of Field
Wide Depth of Field
Focusing Setting

The optics involved with focusing is a fascinating study all by itself, but when dealing with depth of field, the setting of the lens’ focal point is critical. The focal point is the exact distance set on the lens. Whatever the focal point is set at will always be the sharpest portion in the scene. The average focusing distance usually ranges between several feet to infinity. Most SLR lenses show the distance in feet or meters on the side of the lens. From the initial focal point, one third of the range in front and two thirds of the range in the back of the scene will be the depth of field. For example, if we set our lens to focus at 10 feet the acceptably sharp range could be 5 feet to 20 feet. The total distance range of what is sharp is determined by several other factors that are listed below. 

Aperture Size 

The aperture works the same way as the human iris regulating the amount of light that reaches the image recording sensor or film. The term f-stop represents the size of the aperture opening. As the f-stop number becomes larger, the size of the aperture becomes smaller. As the aperture becomes smaller, the amount of depth of field increases in the photograph. For example, a photograph at f/4 will have a narrow depth of field (sharper focusing) than a photograph at f/16. 

Focal Length

The focal length is the physical length of the lens to the focal plane (sensor or film back of the camera). A larger focal length will make the subject larger in the frame. If you stand at the same location and zoom in (use a bigger millimeter number), the picture will have less depth of field than if you zoomed out (use a smaller millimeter number).

Distance of the Subject

If you use the same focal length and aperture size and only change the distance of the subject and focusing, the amount of depth of field will also be different. As the distance to the subject becomes closer, the depth of field becomes narrower. This factor becomes extremely critical when doing macro photography. Most close-up and macro photography can have less than an inch of focus range that is completely sharp. The reverse is also true. When photographing landscape photographs, the vast distance allows for much more depth of field.





 The three camera settings that control the exposure are the aperture, ISO, and the shutter speed. If one of these setting changes, one of the other two settings must change to have an equivalent exposure. For example, if we have an exposure of f/5.6, 1/60, and ISO 100 and change the f-stop to 4.0, we must change the shutter speed or the ISO speed by one stop darker. Our new equivalent exposure could be f/5.6, 1/60, and ISO 50 or f/5.6, 1/125, and ISO 100. As any experienced photographer knows, all of photography is a compromise in one way or another. Learning what camera setting to change for the best quality picture can be a challenging task. Once you begin to master the concepts of exposure vs quality, you should try to be creative with your photography technique. These techniques will help you to keep your photographic juices flowing.

Panning Technique

Shutter 1/30, Panning at Full Sprint
 The panning technique uses a slow shutter speed combined with continually panning from left to right or right to left. The correct shutter speed to use varies by the subject matter. To blur a NASCAR stock car can take shutter speeds up to 1/250, a pedal biker can take shutter speeds around 1/60, and a person running can take a shutter speed of around 1/30. For the best results you should follow the subject with the camera before pressing the shutter button. The goal is to maintain the subject in the same portion of the frame throughout the entire pan. After pressing the shutter, you should continue to follow your subject in the frame of the camera. The results create a relatively sharp subject with a motion blurred background and foreground. 

Zooming Technique

Shutter 1/30, Zooming from 28mm - 180mm
  This technique is limited to cameras with zoom lenses that have manual zoom rings. The zooming technique is similar to the panning technique because it requires a slower shutter speed. Instead of panning while pressing the shutter, you quickly zoom in or out during the exposure. The shutter speeds can vary anywhere between ½ - 1/30 of a second. Because the center of the lens always remains the same, the center portion of the picture will look relatively sharp while the rest of the picture will have streaking lines that appear to be coming forward in the scene.

     While both techniques can be closely mimicked in editing programs like Adobe Photoshop, I believe you will find it more rewarding to experiment without the need for post-production editing. A great panning or zooming technique may take lots of practice but the results are always a thrilling success.

Shutter 1/30, Panning Technique

copyright from : Milky Way Photography
People lie for different reasons. One common reason is to avoid hurting someone's feelings. For example , a friend might ask, "Do you like my new haircut?" If you think it's ugly, you might still answer, "Yes." Another common reason for lying is to avoid a fight. Say a friend angers you and then asks, "Are you upset with me?" You might answer, "No," to avoid an argument. People also lie so that they'll fit in, as when you listen to a boring person and politely say, "That's interesting." In addition, people lie to avoid spending more time with someone. For instance, you might lie, "I have to go now."


Sebenarnya ada 3 cara memotong kuku oleh 3 orang ulamak yang hebat. Iaitu Imam Nawawi, Imam Ghazali, dan Imam Ahmad. Ramai yang bertanya apakah cara memotong kuku mengikut sunnah..? Sunnah memotong kuku adalah memotong kuku itu sendiri adalah sunnah, dan memotongnya dimulai dengan yang kanan, dikiaskan kepada sunnah Nabi SAW yang memulakan sesuatu perbuatan dimulai dengan kanan.

Menurut pendapat Imam Nawawi:

Mulakan dengan tangan kanan, kemudian dahulukan dengan memotong kuku jari telunjuk - jari tengah - jari manis - jari kelingking, kemudian memotong kuku ibu jari; habis potong kesemua kuku di tangan kanan.
Kemudian potonglah kuku tangan kiri, dimulakan dengan jari kelingking - jari manis - jari tengah - jari telunjuk - seterusnya ibu jari tangan kiri - complete.

Menurut pendapat Imam Ghazali:

Mulakan dengan tangan kanan.
Mulakan dengan memotong kuku jari telunjuk - jari tengah - jari manis - jari kelingking. Kemudian terus berpindah ke tangan kiri, mulakan dengan jari kelingking - jari manis - jari tengah - jari telunjuk - ibu jari tangan kiri - kemudian balik semula ke tangan kanan dan potong kuku ibu jari kanan.

Pendapat Imam Ahmad pula (tiada dalam gambar) agak rumit sedikit untuk diikuti tapi sangat mujarab kerana sabit kepada satu hadith Nabi SAW yang bermaksud: "Sesiapa yg memotong kukunya secara 'mukholifan' tidak akan diserang penyakit mata." (Boleh rujuk dalam kitab Kitab Al-Mughni)

'Mukholifan' bermakna tertib-tertib seperti yang ditunjukkan..

Menurut Imam Ahmad:

Kaedah خوابس untuk jari tangan kanan ertinya: Mulakan dengan jari kelingking, tengah, ibu jari, manis dan telunjuk.

Kaedah أوخسب untuk jari tangan kiri ertinya: Mulakan dengan ibu jari, tengah, kelingking, telunjuk dan akhir sekali jari manis. Maknanya anda selang-selikannya juga.

Ini bermakna kaedah ini perlu dilakukan secara berselang-seli. Bacalah dua tiga kali supaya faham sambil amalkan.

Wallahualam..
Mudah-mudahan bermanfaat... :)

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Assalamualaikum and 안녕하세요 (annyeonghaseyo)

Hari ni aku nak share sikit gambar aku dengan kawan-kawan aku . Dah lama tak berjumpa dengan mereka ni . Tahap kerinduan aku kepada mereka, hanya Allah yang tahu betapa rindunya aku pada sahabat aku ni :)

Tak nak cakap panjang-panjang , lagi pun aku dah sambung belajar kat Kolej Teknologi Unifield , Melaka . Sambung belajar tu bukan lah bermaksud aku ambil diploma , tapi aku hanya ambil sijil asas je like Business Communication in English , Office Management , Computer Application and Computer Maintainance . Hah , banyakkan ? Padanlah pun yurannya mahal -_-"

Oke , gambar semalam tak banyak , tapi ini je la yang ada :) Jadi la ye :) 
Kepada STALKER , mohon sangat-sangat jangan curi gambar kami tau . Aku tahu banyak stalker kat luat sana -__- Hah , tengok tu , dia tengah baca blog ni ;3 haha #terkena.









Oke . Itu sahaja untuk hari ini :) Ada masa , kita berjumpa lagi :) Assalamualaikum and 안녕하세요 (annyeonghaseyo)
PENGENALAN

Teknologi  Kejuruteraan Mekatronik adalah hasil penggabungan teknologi elektronik, komputer dan  dan mekanikal. Perkembangan pesat industri berteknologi tinggi di Malaysia telah membawa kepada keperluan untuk melahirkan teknologis yang berpengetahuan dan berkemahiran tinggi di dalam pelbagai disiplin kejuruteraan.

Melalui jangkamasa 3 tahun, pelbagai aspek latihan kemahiran asas yang menyeluruh dalam bidang mekatronik akan diberikan dengan penekanan kepada teknologi yang penggunaan sistem automasi dan robotik. Kursus yang dirangka oleh pakar dari Jepun dan Malaysia bermatlamat untuk melahirkan  teknologis yang berkebolehan menyelesaikan masalah dalam mengintegrasikan sistem dan teknologi elektronik,komputer dan mekanikal serta menyelengara peralatan industri berteknologi tinggi.
OBJEKTIF

Objektif Jabatan Teknolgi Kejuruteraan Mekatronik adalah  untuk melahirkan pelatih-pelatih:-

•    Berketerampilan menyelesaikan masalah dalam mengintegrasikan sistem  dan teknologi elektronik,komputer dan mekanikal.
•    Berkemahiran dalam menyelengara peralatan industri berteknologi tinggi
•    Berkebolehan dalam merekabentuk sistem automasi menggunakan pengatrurcaraan yang sesuai.
PENGENALAN

Jabatan Teknologi Kejuruteraan Elektronik menawarkan Kursus Diploma Teknologi selama 3 tahun yang bertujuan untuk memberi latihan di peringkat tinggi teknologi bagi lepasan sekolah dan sijil.Jabatan ini juga bertanggungjawab dalam mengendalikan bagi pekerja mahir dan separuh mahir dari industri yang berkaitan.

Program di jabatan ini direkabentuk dengan kerjasama dari pakar Jepun yang bermatlamat untuk memberikan asas yang kukuh didalam   bidang elektronik,teknik pengaturcaraan ,mikro-pemprosesan dan sistem kawalan berasaskan kepada penggunaan teknologi elektronik terutama di dalam industri pengeluaran,pembuatan dan telekomunikasi
OBJEKTIF

Objektif Jabatan Teknolgi Kejuruteraan Elektronik adalah :-

Merekabentuk dan membangunkan kurikulum serta melaksanakan program-program latihan jangka panjang dalam bidang kejuruteraan elektronik perindustrian dan telekomunikasi.
Memberi pelajar asas yang kukuh dalam bidang elektronik dan teknik kawalan berasaskan kepada penggunaan teknologi elektronik terutamanya di dalam bidang pengeluaran, pembuatan dan telekomunikasi.
Memastikan pelajar berkebolehan untuk membaikpulih peralatan elektronik,merekabentuk PCB, menganalisa litar elektronik,menggunakan penderia bagi pengawalan sistem automasi kompleks dan membina sistem rangkaian telekomunikasi.
Title: 유령 / Ghost
Chinese Title: 幽灵
Also Known as: Phantom
Genre: Crime, Action, Investigation, Mystery
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2012-May-30 to 2012-Aug-09
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

Synopsis
‘Ghost’ tells the story of the cyber investigation squad fights against the cyber crimes.

Kim Woo Hyun (So Ji Sub) is the only son of a high ranking police officer. He entered the police academy ranked first and graduated from the academy ranked first. As a detective, he then joins the cyber investigation department together with Yoo Gang Mi (Lee Yeon Hee). Woo Hyun then works to reveal the secrets of those that hide within the cyber world.

Cast
Main Cast
So Ji Sub as Kim Woo Hyun
Lee Yeon Hee as Yoo Gang Mi
Uhm Ki Joon as Jo Hyun Min
Kwak Do Won as Kwon Hyuk Joo
Song Ha Yoon as Choi Seung Yeon

Cyber Investigation Team
G.O as Lee Tae Kyun
Kwon Hae Hyo as Han Young Suk
Im Ji Kyu as Byun Sang Woo
Baek Seung Hyun as Kang Eung Jin
Bae Min Hee as Lee Hye Ram

Other people
Jang Hyun Sung as Jun Jae Wook
Choi Jung Woo as Shin Kyung Soo
Yoon Ji Hye as Goo Yeon Joo
Myung Kye Nam as Jo Kyung Shin (Jae Min’s father)
Lee Jae Yoon as Jo Jae Min
Jung Dong Hwan as Kim Suk Joon (Woo Hyun’s father)
Lee Tae Woo as Kim Sun Woo (Woo Hyun’s son)

Special Appearances
Daniel Choi as Park Ki Young
Esom as Shin Hyo Jung
Kim Sung Oh as Shin Hyo Jung’s fan (ep 1)
Lee Joon as pedestrian (ep 1)
Jung Da Hye as Jung So Eun (ep 3)
Kang Sung Min as Yang Seung Jae (ep 3-4)
Kwak Ji Min as Kwon Eun Seul (ep 7)
Han Bo Bae as Kwak Ji Soo (ep 7-8)
Ha Seung Ri as Jung Mi Young (ep 7-8)
Lee Ki Young as Im Chi Yeon
Lee Won Gun (이원근) as Kwon Do Hyun

Production Credits
Producer: Choi Moon Suk
Screenwriter: Kim Eun Hee
Director: Kim Hyung Suk

Episode Ratings
DateEpTNmSTNmSAGBAGB
NationwideSeoulNationwideSeoul
2012-05-30110.7 (7th)13.4 (3rd)7.68.6 (18th)
2012-05-31212.1 (6th)14.5 (3rd)8.9 (17th)9.9 (13th)
2012-06-06313.0 (4th)17.7 (3rd)11.4 (5th)13.3 (5th)
2012-06-07414.2 (4th)17.3 (2nd)11.8 (5th)12.3 (6th)
2012-06-13511.9 (4th)15.3 (3rd)10.6 (5th)11.9 (6th)
2012-06-14613.1 (5th)16.0 (4th)12.2 (5th)13.7 (5th)
2012-06-20712.7 (5th)14.9 (5th)10.8 (5th)11.8 (5th)
2012-06-21814.1 (4th)17.0 (3rd)11.2 (6th)12.6 (4th)
2012-06-27913.1 (4th)15.8 (3rd)11.1 (5th)11.6 (5th)
2012-06-281013.5 (5th)17.0 (2nd)11.0 (7th)12.0 (7th)
2012-07-041114.1 (5th)17.1 (4th)11.4 (6th)12.0 (5th)
2012-07-051215.6 (5th)17.9 (3rd)13.8 (5th)15.0 (4th)
2012-07-111315.7 (4th)19.6 (3rd)13.3 (4th)14.3 (4th)
2012-07-121417.0 (4th)20.4 (2nd)14.2 (4th)15.7 (4th)
2012-07-181515.3 (5th)18.3 (3rd)13.4 (4th)14.9 (4th)
2012-07-191616.0 (4th)19.8 (2nd)13.9 (6th)15.4 (5th)
2012-07-251714.5 (5th)16.9 (2nd)13.3 (4th)13.3 (4th)
2012-07-261816.5 (4th)19.4 (3rd)15.3 (4th)16.0 (4th)
2012-08-081913.3 (7th)16.5 (4th)12.9 (6th)14.3 (4th)
2012-08-092013.7 (7th)16.4 (4th)12.2 (7th)12.8 (7th)
Sources: TNmS Media Korea & AGB Nielsen Korea
*** Different between TNmS Media Korea & AGB Nielson – Here

Note
A Minute Explosion Scene in ‘Ghost’ Costs about 200 Million Korean Won (~ USD $175,000) to produce.

Awards
2012 SBS Drama Awards: Top Excellence Actor Awards (Drama Special), So Ji Sub (Ghost)
2012 SBS Drama Awards: Special Acting Awards (Drama Special), Kwak Do Won (Ghost)
2012 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars Awards, So Ji Sub (Ghost)

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