Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak was in Sarawak state for his three days visit recently. He spent two days in Sibu, Sarawak, starting on April 26, evening. He arrived at the airport about 7pm on April 26 and about 2,000 people were there to welcome the premier. It was a … Continue reading Prime Minister Visit
The company that I work with just celebrated 50th Anniversary. To mark the special event, the management team organised a series of activities. One of the activities was a troupe performance from Sichuan Province. They performed one night in Kuching and two nights in Sibu. And I got the opportunity to be on duty on … Continue reading Ganzi troupe performance
I recently read a book titled 'Outwitting The Devil' by Napoleon Hill, which I bought probably, about two months ago, but I could not find the time to read it until recently. I was busy for the past few weeks between...well...work and with no other particular reasons; I forgot that I have this book in … Continue reading Outwitting The Devil
Sibu, Sarawak is a business town. With the majority of the population consists of Chinese people, mainly Foochow, the town is filled with business minded people. Their fighting spirit and the never give up attitude can be traced back in a long history. But, I will not get into the detail of it here. I … Continue reading Creative Entrepreneur
Poverty is one of the many popular topics that people in my country (Malaysia) talk about. Poverty in Malaysia can be divided into three categories -hardcore poor, poor and 'easy poor' The hardcore poor category consists of people who earn less than RM440 a month in Peninsular Malaysia, RM540 a month in Sabah, or RM520 … Continue reading Hardcore Poverty: They still exist…
RUNNING... It might be the least favourite thing to do for some people. It is, of course, a very tough activity that requires a great amount of discipline to keep going. Beginners usually struggle to keep that discipline. I've been there. Running WAS my least favourite thing, until that one day, I actually REMEMBERED how … Continue reading Have You Ever Miss Running?
I was raised a Catholic and during Good Friday, just like other Catholics, I observed the day as the day of fasting, abstinence, and penance. There would be no entertainment at home. Just ourselves and the silence and the time to reflect on our sinfulness and with a hope of miracle that I could change. … Continue reading Accepting my cross