昨天受邀到Bernama電視臺的Halo Malaysia 節目談職業病。
昨天受邀到Bernama電視臺的Halo Malaysia 節目談職業病。
“The more we sweat in peace, the less we bleed in war.”
- Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
Tonight, let us light up a candle and pray for those who survived and those victims’ families of the terrorist attack, conflicts and war tragedies.
The light and the Tibetan chanting music do warm up my heart and comfort my soul.
It is pain and depress when the news of MH17 that carried 283 passengers (including 3 infants) and 15 crews was shot down near the Ukraine-Russia border outbreak on 17 July evening. It’s a sad sad day for Malaysia :(
“Dozens of bodies and broken pieces of wing with MH17 colors have been found near the town of Grabovo, according to a Reuters correspondent.
An emergency services rescue worker said at least 100 bodies had so far been found at the scene, near the village of Grabovo, and that debris from the wreckage was scattered across an area up to about 15km (nine miles) in diameter.
Broken pieces of the wings were marked with blue and red paint – the same colours as the emblem of the Malaysian airline which lost track of a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that was carrying almost 300 people.”
I was depressed earlier when I found out my hearing condition (at low pitch) may have deteriorated. I was not realise my condition when I asking CH who sit so near to me to repeat his statement twice last night, till he showed his impatient. Later a telephone conversation with TS showed the same symptom and confirmed my suspicion.
With the MH17 news, I even more depressing now. I want to yell and cry.
Although we are sad and depressed, but let us not lost our hopes.
We should stand in solidarity together with the government, MAS and the families of the 298 souls lost in Ukraine.
We should continue seek the truth and hold those who shot down this civilian plane for accountability.
We should not let these lives lost in vain. Those who responsible shall be swiftly brought to justice.
My heartiest sympathies and condolences to the families and friends who lost their loves one.
May we all find strength to console one another in this terrible tragedy.
“NEGARA-KU”: A PEOPLE’S MOVEMENT TO RECLAIM OUR NATION
10 July, 2014
On a daily basis, we are confronted with serious challenges that have begun to undermine the very foundations of our Nation. The peace and harmony of our multi-ethnic, multi-faith and multicultural society are under threat.
Ethnocentric and race-based politics and communally-minded politicians continue to derail the process of inclusive nation building and the formation of a Bangsa Malaysia national identity. Importantly, religion is now increasingly used as a main marker of identity, and as a boundary maintenance mechanism to polarise the people.
There are political parties and their affiliates that are not focused on nation building, rather on building their respective power bases. These parties on both sides of the divide pursue their agenda that are transactional and short-term, not transformational and long-term.
The mobilisation and manipulation of race, ethnicity and religion have resulted in increasing intolerance, bigotry and extremism. There is also an emerging sub-culture of political violence. These are symptomatic of dangerous under-currents in our society.
The State, by default or design, has failed to address these pernicious developments. The State has also failed to play the role of an honest broker in managing conflicts in our society.
We believe the majority of the People want to end this brand of divisive ethno-religious politics.
We want to take ownership, fully cognisant, that Malaysia is a nation where her people are inextricably bound by a shared history, commonweal and destiny.
We have to act before our society descends into the abyss of instability.
The “NEGARA-KU” Coalition aspires to mobilize and empower the People:
We will strive to do this by returning to the basics:-
By this process of engagement and empowerment we endeavour to “HEAL THE NATION’’ and “RESTORE HOPE” in our future.
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Negara-ku attracted a lot of feedback and attack immediate on its formation on 10 July 2014
Here are the related news and responses :
I was down with bad flu n cough, the medicines made me lost the appitide n sleepy all the time. When I started to recover after 4 days lying on the bed, I still don’t have energy to do work in front the computer. So instead of continue sleeping, I forced myself to watch 3 long overdue movies “Wolf from wall street”, “The Family”, 烈火英雄 and cook myself a decent meal to boost my energy level
The chicken fillets were marinated n frozen in my freezer few weeks back. This has cut short the meal preparation time to 10 minutes. While I pan fried the chicken, I prepared the vegetables…..and WAALA… The dish is so refreshing where the lemon juice did bring out the sweetness of the fresh corn n zucchini, I am loving it <3
Pan Fried Chicken Fillet
200 grams of boneless chicken breast or keel or thigh
Marinate with rosemary, parsley and other herbs, soy source, sugar, salt, pepper for min 2 hours in the refrigerator.
Heat few drops of cooking oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Pan fried the chicken fillet by rotating each side regularly, till cook n turned brown.
Zucchini with Corn
1/2 teaspoon olive oil
2 cups cubed zucchini
1 cup fresh whole-kernel corn
1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh cilantro
1/2 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
Some salt n freshly ground black pepper for the taste
Heat oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add zucchini and corn; cook, stirring occasionally, 7 to 8 minutes or until zucchini is crisp-tender.
Remove from heat, and stir in cilantro and remaining ingredients.
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