1141ALA: APPRECIATION OF ARTS
BY SYED MUHAMMAD SHUKOR BIN SYED IDRUS
LECTURER’S NAME: MADAM IZAWATI BINTI TUKIMAN
1. Cigarette, paper-wrapped roll of finely cut tobacco for
smoking; modern cigarette tobacco is usually of a milder type
than cigar tobacco.
2. In Mexico, Central and South America crushed tobacco leaves
and rolled the shreds in corn (maize) husk or other vegetable
3.In Malay cultures, they usually use Palm ‘Nipah’ leaves and
wrapped roll together with tobacco.
4.The basic components of most cigarettes are tobacco,
chemical additives, a filter, and paper wrapping.
Acetone: a flammable solvent used in nail polish
Arsenic: a poison
Benzene: found in rubber cement
Formaldehyde: the base of many embalming fluids
Lead: used in batteries
Tar: a material for paving roads
Smokers are exposed to a toxic
mix of over 7,000
CHEMICAL when they
inhale cigarette smoke.
On average, smokers die
10 YEARS EARLIER
18 years smoke their first
Each Day, over 300 people
YOUNGER THAN 18 years become
daily cigarette smokers.
B RATHER THANut it was the cigar this prototype
of the cigarette that the conquistadors brought back to
as a for the
What you chose to smoke became a HALLMARK, an
YOURextended identity, a symbol of
It wasn't until the turn of the 20TH CENTURY that
DOMINANTcigarettes became the
form of tobacco consumption.
T 250 Timesobacco tax revenues are on average
HIGHER THAN spending on Tobacco Control, based
Smoking actually INCREASES ANXIETY and
TENSION because it elevates your
It RELIEVES’s the action of smoking that
STRESS because most smokers are tense until
their next cigarette.