bandung and teh tarik-no other place does these drinks belongs to but my malaysia
finally, got to eat satay
kueh teow goreng.
Cant believe your eyes? yeah these are petai s alright. but they are not as stinky as in malaysia.
the spoiler of a Malaysian restaurant, t they served japanese rice..
Talking bout restaurants, just the part that there are alcohols being sold at the restaurants had been a big great wall from me towards getting a part time job there. some people just dont really care about it. well, if you are a malaysian non-muslim, then it is a no biggie. But since i discover that the malaysian muslim working there just dont care if they had to handle alcohol beverages to the customers, this is a BIGGIE issue. Well, some people say that if you wanna open up a restaurant in japan, they need to sell out these poisonous drinks. I dont know how this stands in Islamic rules , but it clearly states out in the hadith.
It was reported by Anas (may Allah be pleased with him), a companion of the Prophet, that Muhammad (Pbuh) said:
God’s curse falls on a group of people who deal with alcohol. The one who distills it, the one for whom it has been distilled, the one who drinks it, the one who transports it, the one to whom it has been brought, the one who serves it, the one who sells it, the one who utilizes money from it, the one who buys it and the one who buys it for someone else.
No matter how hard you need the money, well actually i dont really believe that the people doing arbaito(part time ) jobs at these restourants are desperate for money, since they cant actually live (buy food, clothes, go outing, theme park, etc) with the scholarship and can still save money, there are a lot more other options open to you. just like how you can avoid yourself from eating pigs, coz there a lot of other foods, same goes to finding an arbaito. you really dont wanna get God's curse.It is a big NO..NO..