Photographer based in Shah Alam, Malaysia

The story of “The devil in us || Our final destination”

Assalamualaikum all.

About a month ago, our nation was shocked by this01, 02, 03, 04 and 05.

Me, Black Punk5Hitam & Niezam went for a fact finding mission to arwah Syafiah Humaira’s grave in Kuang & her family home (as well as the killing location) in Kampung Batu 30, Ulu Yam Lama. The photos in this blog entry are of her grave as well as a doll to represent our feelings towards this atrocity.


Just Imagine a sweet little girl, who is supposed to have a happy life, protected by her family and loved by all, was killed by a ruthless brute.

According to eyewitness of the killing, her mother’s boyfriend was playing football when he notice Syafiah still playing nearby the football field. After telling her to go back, he became enraged when the little child still plays at the playground. He kicks her (and he’s wearing football boot). Several of the teenagers tries to stop him but they are fearful of his reputation (a drug addict as well as a gangster). After beating her, he continues playing football. Syafiah was nearly dead by this point. When the teenagers come close to her and try to help her, the devil scolds them and carries her into his taxi. He brought her to the hospital, claims they were in an accident and just leave her and go. Such an a**hole!

Typical Malaysian, we couldn’t care less if things happen right under our nose, but we make a big fuss AFTER things had happen. And that’s a reminder for all of us, including myself.



No amount of tears would bring her back. That’s the fact. At least she’s up there in heaven. The ones still stuck here are us. Still doesn’t know where are we heading. Heaven or Hell.


One day, all of us are going to check in to this underground room. Have we made our preparation?

I’m 29 this year. I’ve seen my best friend’s grandmother passed away at age 80+. Both my grandfathers have passed away too. One in his mid 30s and one at age 70+. 2 of my high school classmate have also passed away. Arwah Shazril died from brain cancer at age 27 while arwah Shukor Tahir died early this year at age 29 of difficulty in breathing.

Life is short. Make it memorable and worthwhile. Be prepared.



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