FISHY MENCOFFEE TABLE BOOK
CULTURE & CIVILIZATION
CONTENT
INTRODUCTION
Introduction to Pontian and Coffee Table Book
Map of Pontian
IMAGES
Images of fishermen preparing to ...
Pontianis a district in southwest Johor. The name of Pontian
transformed from a Malay word "Perhentian" which means a stop...
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6.00 A.M., 10 MAY 2015, KUKUP FISHING VILLAGE
The fisherman was preparing to leave for the sea when the tide set in.
Befor...
6.30 A.M., 17 MAY 2015,
PORT PARIT RAMBAI
6.30 A.M., 17 MAY 2015,
PORT PARIT RAMBAI
Fisherman, Pak Saleh was
checking his ...
6.30 A.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
Fishermen, Pak Azman and his friend were leaving after setting down all of
their...
7.00 A.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
Fisherman leaving the port. Departing to the destination where there’s a
lot of ...
7.00 A.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
Another fisherman sailing to the another fishing location. Hopeful.
11.30 A.M., 17 MAY 2015,
PORT PARIT RAMBAI
11.30 A.M., 17 MAY 2015,
PORT PARIT RAMBAI
Pak Faiz and his son came back
from ...
12.00 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
Fishermen just came back from the sea and were tidying up their stuffs
before t...
12.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PONTIAN KECHIL
Fisherman were unloading the fishes from their boat to a truck to send the
fi...
12.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015,
PORT PONTIAN KECHIL
12.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015,
PORT PONTIAN KECHIL
Fishermen, Pak Ridzuan and his
f...
12.45 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PONTIAN KECHIL
Fisherman was cleaning his boat. This is really a tough job as he had to go i...
1.15 P.M., 17 MAY 2015,
WET MARKET PONTIAN KECHIL
Fishmonger, Mr. Liaw was pricing the
fish by looking at its weight. He s...
1.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, WET MARKET PONTIAN KECHIL
People were bidding for the fresh fishes. Busy and crowded.
Culture & Ci...
1.15 P.M., 10 MAY 2015,
FISHING VILLAGE KUKUP
1.15 P.M., 10 MAY 2015,
FISHING VILLAGE KUKUP
Salty fish stall. Some of the ...
4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
Fisherman was repairing his boat by using some fiber sheets. Skilled.
Culture & ...
4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
A broad relaxing rest area for fishermen to rest and have a chit-
chat in the ev...
1.15 P.M., 10 MAY 2015, FISHING VILLAGE KUKUP
Tall houses in Fishing village Kukup. The spaces between the houses give
a s...
2.30 P.M., 10 MAY 2015, FISHING VILLAGE KUKUP
Fisherman, Mr. Lee is an elder
fisherman. He is now 82 years old
and he stil...
4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
These are some tools to fix the nets found in Mr. Lee’s house.
Culture & Civiliz...
4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
House of Tuk Jang and his family. His house is right beside the port. It is a
sm...
4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
Fisherman, Tuk Jang was
coming to the port by his bike
to observe the tide. By
o...
4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
Some nets were hung out to be
dried un...
4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI
Fisherman, Pak Zain was
observing the tide and weather to
decide whether it was ...
SEMESTER 2 STUDENT
IN FOUNDATION IN
NATURAL AND BUILT
ENVIRONMENT,
TAYLORS’ UNIVERSITY
LAKESIDE CAMPUS
ABOUT AUTHOR
LEE NI...
ABOUT
This book is introducing Pontian with her fishing villages, ports and wet
market. This coffee table book is basicall...
Pontian coffee table book final printing version
Pontian coffee table book final printing version
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Pontian coffee table book final printing version

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  • 1. FISHY MENCOFFEE TABLE BOOK CULTURE & CIVILIZATION
  • 2. CONTENT INTRODUCTION Introduction to Pontian and Coffee Table Book Map of Pontian IMAGES Images of fishermen preparing to the sea Images of fishermen going to the sea Images of fishermen working on the boats Images of fishermen coming back with the seafood Image of fisherman cleaning his boat Images of fishmongers selling and bidding fish Images of salty fish stall owner Image of fisherman repairing his boat Image of resting area of fishermen Images of fishermen and their houses and stuffs in houses BLANK PAGE ABOUT AUTHOR &CREDITS 1. 1.1 1.2 2. 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 3. 4. 1 2 3-5 6-7 8-9 10-11 12 13-14 15 16 17 18-24 25 26 Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan
  • 3. Pontianis a district in southwest Johor. The name of Pontian transformed from a Malay word "Perhentian" which means a stop. It is located 62 km from Johor Bahru, the state capital of Johor, Malaysia. It is also located at 37th Miles from Johor Bahru. The name Pontian is also used in the names of two towns in the district, Pontian Besar and Pontian Kechil, of which the latter serves as its district capital. The capital was formerly a fishing village which has developed into a small town. Pontian is noted for its variety of seafood which are sold at a reasonable price. Visitors from neighbouring towns and Singaporean regularly visit Kukup, a fishing village about 20 km from Pontian Kechil. In this book, I am doing on the theme “Spaces and People”, and my topic is “Fishy Men”. The reason why I named this book as “Fishy Men” is because the spaces I have visited are smell fishy so I named the people there as “Fishy Men”.
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  • 5. 6.00 A.M., 10 MAY 2015, KUKUP FISHING VILLAGE The fisherman was preparing to leave for the sea when the tide set in. Before his journey to the sea, he observed the weather to avoid storm throughout his journey. Unfortunately, it was not a clear day. Depressed.
  • 6. 6.30 A.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI 6.30 A.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI Fisherman, Pak Saleh was checking his boat’s engine. Cautious. Fishermen, Pak Iman and his friends before they set out. Hoping a safe and foison journey. Cheerful. Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 4
  • 7. 6.30 A.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI Fishermen, Pak Azman and his friend were leaving after setting down all of their tools. Hopeful.
  • 8. 7.00 A.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI Fisherman leaving the port. Departing to the destination where there’s a lot of fish. Energized. Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 6
  • 9. 7.00 A.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI Another fisherman sailing to the another fishing location. Hopeful.
  • 10. 11.30 A.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI 11.30 A.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI Pak Faiz and his son came back from sea with variety of prawns. Joyful. His son has been following his father as his assistance ever since he was 16. He was differentiating the sizes and breeds of the prawns. Glad. Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 8
  • 11. 12.00 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI Fishermen just came back from the sea and were tidying up their stuffs before they send the fish to the market. Contented.
  • 12. 12.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PONTIAN KECHIL Fisherman were unloading the fishes from their boat to a truck to send the fishes to market for bidding. They were passing the fishes from one to another like a relay. Cooperative. Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 10
  • 13. 12.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PONTIAN KECHIL 12.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PONTIAN KECHIL Fishermen, Pak Ridzuan and his friends were unloading the catch from their boat to a truck to send the fresh fishes to the wet market. Busy. Pak Ridzuan was showing the fish they have caught. It was a rewarding day for them. Glad.
  • 14. 12.45 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PONTIAN KECHIL Fisherman was cleaning his boat. This is really a tough job as he had to go into the water and clean the boat before the ebb. Busy. Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 12
  • 15. 1.15 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, WET MARKET PONTIAN KECHIL Fishmonger, Mr. Liaw was pricing the fish by looking at its weight. He started being a fishmonger since he was 20. Earnest.
  • 16. 1.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, WET MARKET PONTIAN KECHIL People were bidding for the fresh fishes. Busy and crowded. Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 14
  • 17. 1.15 P.M., 10 MAY 2015, FISHING VILLAGE KUKUP 1.15 P.M., 10 MAY 2015, FISHING VILLAGE KUKUP Salty fish stall. Some of the small fishes will be salted and dried under the sun to make salty fish. This is always a best traditional way to preserve the fishes. Wisdom. Salty fish stall owner, Mrs. Tan was a typical fisherman’s wife. They started this business as his husband, Mr. Tan will always bring back many fishes from the sea. It will be a waste if they are not able to sell out all of the fishes. So, they made them into salty fish to preserve the fishes for a longer period and sell them. Cheerful.
  • 18. 4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI Fisherman was repairing his boat by using some fiber sheets. Skilled. Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 16
  • 19. 4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI A broad relaxing rest area for fishermen to rest and have a chit- chat in the evening. Enjoyable.
  • 20. 1.15 P.M., 10 MAY 2015, FISHING VILLAGE KUKUP Tall houses in Fishing village Kukup. The spaces between the houses give a sense of privacy and built a strong relationship between the villages. Ease and applicable. Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 18
  • 21. 2.30 P.M., 10 MAY 2015, FISHING VILLAGE KUKUP Fisherman, Mr. Lee is an elder fisherman. He is now 82 years old and he still insists to setting out the to sea for fishes although his children tried to stop him. He started to be a fisherman since he was 12 with his uncles. He was checking the petrol box before he leave. Determined.
  • 22. 4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI These are some tools to fix the nets found in Mr. Lee’s house. Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 20
  • 23. 4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI House of Tuk Jang and his family. His house is right beside the port. It is a small space which is full of love. Simplicity and constructive.
  • 24. 4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI Fisherman, Tuk Jang was coming to the port by his bike to observe the tide. By observing the tide, he decides the time he leaves for fishing. Vigilant. Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 22
  • 25. 4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI 4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI Some nets were hung out to be dried under the sun beside of the port. This is an open space for the fishermen to dry their nets under the sun. Vacant. Some fishing tools were found in Pak Zain’s store room beside the port. This is a small store room beside the port. Disheveled.
  • 26. 4.30 P.M., 17 MAY 2015, PORT PARIT RAMBAI Fisherman, Pak Zain was observing the tide and weather to decide whether it was a good day to sail at that night. Wary. Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 24
  • 27. SEMESTER 2 STUDENT IN FOUNDATION IN NATURAL AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT, TAYLORS’ UNIVERSITY LAKESIDE CAMPUS ABOUT AUTHOR LEE NING 0320125 STUDYING IN FOUNDATION IN NATURAL AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT, TAYLOR’S UNIVERSITY LAKESIDE CAMPUS CREDITS TUTOR- MS IDA MAZLAN FISHERMEN - PAK IMAN AND FRIENDS, PAKSALEH, PAK AZMAN, PAK FAIZ AND HIS SON, PAK RIDZUAN AND FRIENDS, TUK JANG, MR LEE, PAK ZAIN AND OTHERS. FISHMONGER- MR LIAW SALTY FISH STALLER- MRS TAN Culture & Civilization l Project 3 l Coffee Table Book l Lee Ning l 0320125 l Ms Ida Mazlan 26
  • 28. ABOUT This book is introducing Pontian with her fishing villages, ports and wet market. This coffee table book is basically talking about the fishermen, fishmongers and the people who are related to fish. There is an untold relationship between them and this has tied them together. By reading this book, you may feel like travelling to Pontian for a whole day. Nice journey to Pontian and enjoy the book.