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BOH

Friday, December 24, 2004
Stormclouds (c) FreeFoto.Com
The northeast monsoon, which lasts from roughly mid-November to March every year brought heavy rain to the Malaysian east coast states. Sometimes, like last week, bad flood occurs with some death and a lot of people temporarily displaced. To its credit, the government was well prepared, having dealt with floods before. All the relevant government departments were told to prepare long before the northeast monsoon hits. I remember, when I was in the east coast, I was not allowed to go on leave during the monsoon period.

Apart from listening to my Bah (father) mentioning Boh Air Meroh (The Red Water Flood) of 1926, I didn't experience any boh (o as in "boss"), a flood myself until I was 12 years old when we were in the Customs Quarters in Padang Bongor, Kota Bharu. It was on the way to Pengkalan Chepa and I remember the Thai Consulate across the road. The quarters were clusters of single-story brick houses joined together. You might call them terraced houses but there were only 4 houses in a block. It was the first house without stilts that I lived in.

That year it rained heavily and the whole complex was flooded and so were the padi fields behind. I didn't mind the water in the house but I was a bit apprehensive when baby cobras and other creepy crawlies started swimming towards the safety of our walls.

When I was teaching in Kuala Berang, we were told to evacuate when the school was flooded from the monsoon deluge and the water from the overflowing river nearby. The school was so flood-prone that the generator had to be housed 10 feet above ground. When the flood came, we had to stow our belongings high up in the house and took refuge in the school hostel which was on higher ground. Most of the time the flood came during the school holidays. We packed our stuffs, stowed them high up and left for Kuala Terengganu. During one year, the flood didn't come. We unpacked our stuffs and later went to Kuala Terengganu.

We couldn't come back because the road was flooded. And so was the school.

(c) BBC.News

When we were able to come back, we found out from the watermark that our house was almost submerged. Everything in the house was waterlogged. I lost a lot of books, my collection of Playboy magazines and music collection. All the LPs were bent like Pringle's potato chips. For the young people, LPs are long playing records before compact discs were invented. When I turned on the gas stove to boil water for a much needed cup of coffee, water came out of the stove. The fridge was ok though. IGNIS fridges are watertight. At least ours was. It floated around in the water and when the water receded, it managed to rest at the kitchen steps. We moved it to its usual spot, plugged it in and it hummed happily.

I am glad to announce that none of our fridges after that had to swim again. Touch wood (touching my head).

To Buaya, Chief and all other readers celebrating Christmas, Have A Merry Xmas!

Cartoons on Preparation for Flood (MOA)


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62 CommentsOldStyle:
  • I can't get the image of your fridge happily paddling about out of my head. If I was around I would have sat on it, pretending to be surfing, held a game of checkers on it, baring, guling..

    By Blogger K. Light, at 12:45 AM  
  • 'boh' as in 'bah' as in 'air bah'? oh, ok :)

    a fridge floating around in the water? well, that's a sight to behold. can't imagine anything that heavy floating! the heaviest i saw floating around in the water during a flood was the family TV. that was unreal.

    "For the young people, LPs are long playing records before compact discs were invented."

    i cannot, for the love of god, believe that there are really people out there who do not know what an LP is. what a pity.

    By Blogger ganaeshd, at 2:12 AM  
  • Muahahaha.. seriously.. mamat tu tengah tepon ke posing... tipulah.. takkan telefon tu still working kot..

    By Blogger sHeeM@'s, at 4:54 AM  
  • it's great to know that even when the "boh" is up to our necks, we can still make phone calls!

    By Blogger hyphenated L, at 4:55 AM  
  • Kuantan used to be plaqued by floods in the past and places like Pekan, Sg Lembing and Gambang continuously do till now. At least they implemented a modern drainage system so that the frequency is lessen. When I was a kid my dad used to stock loads of plastercine and boards. We'd made our entrances watertight by blocking off the entrances with these. It's a bit cool to see your porch filled to about a meter of water and you sit inside all dry. Cars were parked in the middle of the roads as they're higher ground. Once when wading saw a snake lazyly swimming by, scared the heck out of us :D

    By Blogger Kervin, at 6:44 AM  
  • wow that's one tough fridge! (should've put the playboy magazines in the fridge then :))
    dusyum.fotopages.com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:40 AM  
  • Dulu: Sekali bah, sekali pasir berubah
    Sekarang: Sekali bah, sekali rumah berubah! :)

    By Blogger Honeytar, at 8:34 AM  
  • Dulu: Sekali bah, sekali pasir berubah
    Sekarang: Sekali bah, sekali rumah berubah! :)

    By Blogger Honeytar, at 8:35 AM  
  • Uncle..uncle *geleng kepala*. Of all the things you've lost, you mentioned Playboy magazine..hehehe

    By Blogger atiza, at 9:04 AM  
  • Salams Pokku :)Never experienced real ‘boh’. Takat hujan tak berenti sari dua tu biasa... In Batu Buruk dok pernoh la air naik..once..hujan serek..air pun surut. Hujan2 ni anything can be so delicious. Missed all those ubis, ubi torok, ubi gajah, ubi stele, ubi kayu & etc..specially kalu gi beloh2 darat ..ramai hok jual tepi jalan.. KL ni ubi kayu pong susoh nok jumpe..

    By Blogger ceklong, at 9:10 AM  
  • dusyum: cannot keep playboy magz in the fridge.. nanti kitorang jumpa. (but we still found them anyways.. hee hee)

    By Blogger elisataufik, at 10:06 AM  
  • Calling my mother last couple of night ago, asking her about the condition in Dungun(?), she said " ssumbat abih doh kat bukit bauk, abih jalang jeng tapi rumoh kita pun naik air tahung ni, jaddi sungguh boh tahung ning. Hari2 jo'ong lening, kalu dok hujang pagi hujang petang". Is it that bad? Pokku? It make me flashing back during my child time, there was a big boh at kampung sungai buaya long before government construct the big open drain, after that we don't have kind of big boh no more. This time all kind of the traditional kuih reveal, but some of them were ubi based kuih, of course ubi shall be digged out before boh coming.
    Short of ikang supply is another thing, then we have to rely on that sardin in a can. For me it's a time for kampung activities, cari ikang sekila, kkaring, sepat, belut, keli and ready for my aboh's rotan everytime I get caught (I'll teach my children all this skill.
    Do you get rotan from your bah too?

    By Blogger striker, at 10:13 AM  
  • hahaha..i haven't seen that pic you posted about the telephone booth in a long time. ooohhh..pok ku pun ader playboy gak...hahahaha... :P

    Cheers!!! :D

    By Blogger hyelbaine, at 10:27 AM  
  • playboy got nice articles maah...during study time, we rented a house near the campus. the ealier tenants didnt stop the subscription to the house. so, every month we got free playboy delivered to the house. and that's when i discovered playboy have nice articles..

    -riza

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:07 AM  
  • Bleargh.. Blogger wasn't coorperating at 1am this morning..and there's 14 comments already...Truly Pok Ku deserved to be voted the best blog in Malaysia (Subliminal Campaigning..:))

    Nice pic sir! About the Boh in Pantai Timur in 1926, I remembered my late grandma stories about it long ago. Yeah it was bad, totally changed the landscape. My grandma even mentioned thats on of the reason my kampung was founded, to escape the boh.

    Again sir. Excellent post. Playboy? My My.. I don't know you got it in you sir....hehehe. Any Bo Derek issues?

    By Blogger Sham, at 11:58 AM  
  • The 'boh' this year made me feel very nostalgic for all the times during my childhood that I eagerly waited for the flood season. The moment the water touched the second anak tangga, I would take it as a sign to jump in and play in the water. My grandma was left alone in her house in KB during the recent 'boh' season and had to be rescued by my uncles on a floating tyre. When I heard that, I thought "How fun!". Oh! for the good old days!

    By Blogger xena, at 12:07 PM  
  • they sure don't make things like they used to !
    thanks for the warm wishes!

    By Blogger Chief, at 12:14 PM  
  • Another huge flood happened sometime in 1960s. My mother said many livestocks were swept away by the current. After the flood, the men spent a lot of time locating their animals and burying the carcasses.

    One old mak cik who lived near the sawah padi saw a dragon swept away by flood. They never found it's body though.

    By Blogger Yasmin's Mummy, at 12:24 PM  
  • at first when i see the tittle, i thuoght you are going to talk about my fav. tea, teh boh. :)

    nice cartoons but unfortunately the words are too small to be read.

    i have experiences of flood before too in my childhood when i was staying in the tanjung tokong village. and the thing was that the flood was more 'man-made' than nature. you see, at that time, the hills at the end of our road was under development (to turn into houses, new roads) and each time it rained heavily, the rain washed down all the red earth, and our houses were usually flooded with earth too! we had a tough time cleaning up the earth. we, children helped the adults by carrying water for them to wash away the earth. the level of the flood was not too high though... thank god... always below knee level.

    By Blogger Lucia Lai, at 1:55 PM  
  • I want an Ignis fridge for my house. I don't think even the herculean and breathtaking [Sub-zero] fridges can match that!!

    Should've kept them LP's in there ... and yep, along with them Playboys ... *what, girls can't read Playboys??* ;)

    By Blogger Ms.B, at 1:57 PM  
  • Dear Pok Ku & fans,

    I was told by some fishermen in Trengganu that they mark Chap Goh Mei date as the end of monsoon and rough sea season in the East Coast. Anytime before that things might get wet and windy again.
    P/S: Jangan lupe AFUNDI DBRIK.
    UZ

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:35 PM  
  • PokKu- What is the tea that taste better than darjeeling tea from Ceylon? Teh Boh - that is when you have hot glass of milked tea when the weather is very cold due to non stop rain with the flood water is under your house. And you est with ubi kayu or ubi stella rebus cicah dengan budu and end it with a puff of rokok pucuk with tobacco that is a bit kayal. The flood can come very fast especially when air hulu comes down. My grandpa used to measure the rate of the rise in the water level and he will tie a platform at the tiang sri so that we can all move up there when the water were to submerge the floor. We were asked to pick all the old green orange (lima) and place it on the floor before it is destroyed by the water. It is a pitiful sight to see that those lima will be floating in the house when the floor is submerged. But hte most interesting thing during the boh is that there is no problem of going to the toilet to throw the small water or to throw the big water.You just perch at the window ledge and the business is done but be sure it is the window is located at the down stream . If not there are things floating around the house.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:02 PM  
  • PokKu - When you mentioned about the household utensil and appliances , it reminds me of a story the boh in the abrogines village in Pahang. When the flood swept the house , all the household appliances - lesong, kerusi, dapur abu etc. were swept away from the house. Unfortunately , his wife slipped and was carried away by the strong current. When the flood subsided next day , he went to the police station to reported that his all his household applinaces were lost in the flood. When asked what about your wife - he replied no , she is not lost - sooner or later she will float up the surface.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:09 PM  
  • PokKu- When the new Temerloh was not built yet years ago , one sure thing is that during the musim boh those in west coast cannot go back to the east coast. The radio will announce that "jambatan Temerloh dinaiki air sedalam 25 kaki dan ditutup kepada semua keederaan berat dan ringan (kecuali motor bot dan perenang olympic) dan jambatan Pasir Kemudi ( sand rudder)di Jalan ke Sungai lembing juga ditutup kepada semua keenderaan ringat dan berat". Those inhabitants along the temerloh river have to tie their houses to the nearest coconut trees when they were evacuated from their home. They have to make sure that the string /cable is strong and the coconut trees are also firmly rooted. If not they will find their houses missing when the flood subsided. It happened to my hostel friend from Temerloh who came back from the third term holidays to start the new year and told me that his house was gone. I asked him "was it burned down?No. Was it blown by strong wind ? No . Well, he replied rather sadly "Gone with the water...".

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:27 PM  
  • PokKu - I heard of the raft houses ( Rumah Rakit) in Temerloh. I think that they are fed up of the flood and having to tie the house to the coconut trees and risking the chance of being carried away. So they build it on the river and tied it to the land - they dont have to pay cukai pintu and cukai tanah ( since there is no cukai air) and when the water level rises , the whole house float up with it. But I heard that the Rumah rakit is famous for other naughty thing as well. perhaps whne the water bed was not invented yet , the oscillation of the river water will give an extra experience to those who frequented the "rumah rakit "for that purpose.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:33 PM  
  • That IGNIS fridge was something else. We finally got rid of it in 1981, because the door wouldn't close properly ( by then, we had used them elastic and stripey getah basikal with hooks at the end to keep it shut)

    As much as I'd hate to admit it, Playboy has very very funny articles and I think our surreptitious reading of my dad's collection contributed largely to our level of literacy. (Pictures then were pretty tame anyway, the usual feature of a blonde Elke Sommers among some "rok" or other)Thanks to Playboy, we read Art Buchwald, Gore Vidal and Saul Bellow.

    By Blogger mokciknab, at 3:38 PM  
  • Anonymous sure knows alot abt Pahang...:)

    Hmm playboy inspires literature....Hmmm the daughter has spoken..:)

    By Blogger Sham, at 3:41 PM  
  • one time my grandma's house kena 'bah', we saw creepy crawlies swimming in the water *ugghhh*

    hehehe... that's one tough fridge you have :)

    By Blogger famygirl, at 3:43 PM  
  • PokKu - Do you know some thing about bekkang ( berbekam)which is a common practice in Trengganu which use the cattle or buffalo horn and placed on the head (using the suction principle) to make you look like the Vikings while slowly drawing the dirty blood from your head. The modern method is using glasses and other small copntainers. Tell us some thing about it.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:19 PM  
  • what, they have articles in playboy?
    when did this happen?
    how come i didnt notice them ?

    hehe....

    on a serious note, i do hope the govt can do something to prevent BOH in the east coast. the death rate is not something to be proud of.

    - joe -

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:37 PM  
  • wanna add a lil bit more.

    a friend of mine threw a shirt on top of his house (the roof) to prevent rain on his wedding day.

    and surprisingly, it works.

    maybe 'ganu ppl can try this method? ;)

    - joe -

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:21 PM  
  • Anuar:
    You can't guling on a small fridge.

    ganaeshd:
    You have to believe it. Modern kids.

    sHee-Ra:
    That pic wa staken by BBC in Thailand. Apparently the phone was working then.

    hyphenated-L:
    Cables are waterproof.

    Kervin:
    Good idea but it must have taken a lot of plastercine.

    dusyum:
    It was. Read mokciknab's comments.

    Honeytar: LOL!

    Atiza:
    Well, they were not easily replaced.

    ceklong:
    Kalu Batu Burok boh, seluroh Teganung tegelang.

    elisa:
    Now I know. LOL!

    Striker:
    Ikan karring, ikan kerrong dokleh makang. My bah didnt rotan me but he tied me to a phon pisang. See archives for the story (On The Street Where You Live)

    hyelbaine:
    Dulu ada, sekarang tak ada.

    riza:
    Right!!

    Sham:
    Google for exact phrase Bo Derek, no filter and in Images. You will find some classics. But remember she is a grandmother now.

    Xena:
    I hope grandma is ok.

    Chief:
    No they don't. And You are welcome.

    Yasmin's Mummy:
    Yes, livestock suffered. No Pusat Banjir for them.

    Lucia:
    Muddy floods are worse.

    Blabarella:
    Can't find Ignis anymore.

    By Blogger Bustaman, at 5:27 PM  
  • UZ:
    Yes, monsoon usually ends during CNY or thereabout.

    Anon@3.02pm:
    Very nice story. Thanks!

    Anon@3.09pm:
    Thanks for another story.

    Anon@3.27pm:
    We hada a similar bridge at Jerteh once.

    Anone@3.37pm:
    I used to see rumah rakit in KB, Temerloh and Kuala Lipis. Now they have a rumah rakit restaurant in KB.

    Mokciknab:
    The body was badly rusted too. You forgot Ray Bradbury, Shel Silverstien and other great writers.

    Sham:
    Yes. The jokes were classics too.

    famygirl:
    Well, the creepy crawlies had to swim or sink.

    Anon @4.19pm:
    I will try to write about bekkang in the future. InsyaAllah.

    Joe: LOL! What else can the government do by way of flood mitigation? Dams helped but didnt prevent floods totally.
    As for the shirt on the roof, it helped with weddings. During monsoons people even put their mattreses on the roof, to no avail!

    By Blogger Bustaman, at 5:35 PM  
  • Just wondering Pokku..
    Maybe you n my father is friends, as my father used to teach in Kuala Berang (SMTAI to be exact) in the late seventies until early nineties.
    Hmmmmmm......

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