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25.9.12

SEMATAN LUNDU



Sekitar perjalanan ke Sematan sempena Prog Kerohanian New Life, Kuching

 Pantai yang luas dan bersih

 Melekat pula kat pantai ni


Menginap d Enap Desa



 Bunga Buah Naga



 SIB Pueh






 Pantai dekat pekan Sematan

Mesyuarat Berkala Kaunselor di SIBU









Sebahagian dari perkongsian inti pati  ART THERAPY
 

RAYA MERDEKA 2012









Tenggiling datang ke rumah. Wow !!!



Hebat juga bila tenggiling ni datang n mati di tepi rumah.
So apa lagi.. geng2 pun suruh uruskan dan minta sisiknya agar dapat dijual sebagai ubat.
Ubat apa ? tak tahu pula saya. Janji ia diproses dan akhirnya dijualkan oleh rakan.

Ringkas dan padat. Itulah alkisah tenggiling berharga ini.





13.9.12

DURIAN MURAH di Kapit Sarawak





11 anjakan yang terkandung dalam Pelan Pembangunan Pendidikan Malaysia 2013-2025



1. Menyediakan kesamarataan akses kepada pendidikan berkualiti bertaraf antarabangsa.
2. Memastikan setiap murid profisien dalam bahasa Malaysia dan bahasa Inggeris.
3. Melahirkan rakyat Malaysia yang menghayati nilai.
4. Transformasi keguruan sebagai profesion pilihan.
5. Memastikan pemimpin berprestasi tinggi ditempatkan di setiap sekolah.
6. Mengupaya JPN, PPD dan sekolah untuk menyediakan penyelesaian khusus berasaskan keperluan.
7. Memanfaatkan ICT bagi meningkatkan kualiti pembelajaran di Malaysia.
8. Transformasi kebolehan dan keupayaan penyampaian pendidikan.
9. Bekerjasama dengan ibu bapa, komuniti dan sektor swasta secara meluas.
10. Memaksimumkan keberhasilan murid bagi setiap ringgit.
11. Meningkatkan ketelusan akauntabiliti awam.

Anggur Di Miri Sarawak



Best juga kalalu dah ada produk tempatan sebegini. Ia bukan sahaja menarik minat penduduk sekitar tapi termasuk masyarakat di negeri ini yang akan turut menyemarakkan pelancongan dalam negeri. Tahniah !!

TQ to penemuruai.com

12.9.12

Malaysia Day



SIBU: All Sarawakians should be grateful to the Federal Government for finally recognising Sept 16 as the Malaysia Day.
Economist Dr Gregory Hii said that was most appropriate as it was the date when North Borneo, Sarawak, Singapore and Malaya came together to form Malaysia.
“So in essence, Sept 16 should be celebrated as the Malaysia Day for Sarawakians and Aug 31 as Merdeka Day for the people in the peninsula,’ he said.
Hii said it was regrettable that it took so long and so much lobbying before the date was finally given the recognition as Malaysia Day by the Federal Government.
“The recognition was long overdue and it should be given years ago but as always, it was better late than never,” he said.
Hii believed the declaration of Sept 16 as a public holiday would go a long way in helping bring the people of Sarawak closer as they celebrate together to mark the occasion.
Businessman Teo Wen Huat said Sept 16 would not give him any special memory.
“It will be like any other day and it is business as usual for me,” he said.
Nevertheless, Teo said he would treat the occasion with respect and would also join the rest of Sarawakians to welcome the public holiday with open arms. Civil servant Thomas Tan said all Sarawakians should feel proud that Sept 16 had finally been given the recognition as a public holiday.
Come Sept 16, he said it should give the people here an extra cause and an added meaning to celebrate.
“With the recognition given to Sept 16, it will also help create a feeling of patriotism, bravery and commitment displayed by the past leaders as the people here joined in the joyous celebration.”
He said it would also be an occasion for the people to should camaradie and unity.

p/s: Mana nak raya? Tarikh majlis kahwin ke tarikh dalam sijil kahwin?

Land Development Minister Tan Sri Dr James Masing has questioned the rationale in asking the people of Sabah and Sarawak to remain patient



KUCHING: Land Development Minister Tan Sri Dr James Masing has questioned the rationale in asking the people of Sabah and Sarawak to remain patient for development projects to be implemented, considering that the states are major oil and gas producers in the country.
Masing, who is Baleh assemblyman, was not impressed with the recent statement by former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad that people of the two states should be patient for natural resources to be extracted and the fruit of foreign investments to materialise before they can experience the same tempo of development as their counterparts in the Peninsula.
“Mahathir asked Sarawakians and Sabahans to be patient? Our oil and gas resources are depleting, almost finished and he asked us to be patient? If we have used our oil and gas revenue strictly for our own state all these years, Sarawak would definitely be on par with Peninsular Malaysia in terms of development,” he said when contacted yesterday.
Masing is no stranger when it comes to championing the cause in raising oil and gas royalty for the state.
He recently suggested that the proposed special committee set up by the federal government to review oil and gas royalties should include Sabah and Sarawak as both states were the main contributors to the national petroleum production.
Dr Mahathir also opined that the development of Sabah and Sarawak has “outstripped” the peninsula.
He said the state has the highest foreign direct investment and Sabah has the largest reserves of petroleum in the country.
The oil and gas royalty for Sabah and Sarawak is currently at five per cent.

p/s: Buat la apa terbaik utk kebaikan bersama.

Oh My English



KUCHING: Sarawak Teachers Union (STU)’s president William Ghani Bina agrees that some educational programmes broadcasted by Astro should also be aired in one of the free television channels since education is supposed to be free for all.
In a phone interview yesterday, he said the request from some poor students to air popular programmes like ‘Oh My English’ should be taken into consideration.
“When these students make such a request, that shows they are keen and want to learn to improve themselves.
“I really agree with their requests. Education is supposed to be free for all and the government should support this. Educational programmes like this should also be aired in free channels and not only in paid channels. Not everyone can afford to subcribe to expensive educational channels,” he said.
He was asked to comment on requests by several students recently that the ‘Oh My English’ programme on Astro should be included in one of the free channels during the weekend.
Many students love the programme because it teaches English in a fun way but unfortunately, not all could afford to subscribe to the Astro package.
They felt English is actually not an easy language to master and as such employing the fun way of teaching could be a very effective strategy to inspire love for the subject.
Ghani also agreed with this and he said even the government is placing great emphasis on the importance of English as it is the global language of Science and Commerce.

p/s: rujukan bersama

Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025 Preliminary Report as a step forward to transform the education system



SIBU: Sarawak Teachers’ Union (STU) has described the launching of the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025 Preliminary Report as a step forward to transform the education system, making students globally competitive.
Its president William Ghani Bina yesterday said the initiative augured well for everyone, bringing about improvement of study for students, including that of planning and selection of teachers.
“The launching is timely,” said Ghani who stressed that education could no longer afford to be confined to suit the needs of local environment as competition for jobs was global.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak launched the blueprint in Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre yesterday.
Ghani said: “Competition for jobs is no longer localised but had become globalised with the dawning of globalisation.
“After completing their studies, there are students, who may
vtsearch for greener pastures overseas, necessitating for education system that makes and hones them to be globally competitive.
“As such, STU is in full support of the initiative which comes with many merits, enabling students to be able to compete at the global front.”
Ghani, who was in Kuala Lumpur for the launch, urged parents and teachers, especially those in Sabah and Sarawak, to make good of the initiative.
Doing so, he said, would up their children’s market value, making them competitive globally, given the increasingly competitive labour market.
He observed it was a norm worldwide from job seekers to venture out from their country in search of new experience and employment opportunities.
“We hope these students having worked overseas for some years would come back to the country to share their experience and contribute to nation-building,” Ghani said.

p/s : rujukan bersama

5.9.12

APC PPD PADAWAN



Sempat.. sesaat bersama rakan sepejabat di Majlis tersebut.

P/s: Esok lusa, saya add lagi k

The New Kuching Sentral - Sekadar info bersama





at Mile 6 1/2 Penrissen Road, Kuching


(Kuching Integrated Regional Bus Terminal), the city’s latest landmark.


The main intercity bus terminal is at the Penrissen Bus Terminal southeast of Kuching City . The developer is Permodalan Amanah Saham Sarawak (Assar) Sdn Bhd, a company incorporated to enhance the performance of the Sarawak’s unit trust fund, Assar.
For buses going to the outskirts of the city like to Bako , buses leave from Bus Stop no. 1 at Jalan Market, opposite Elektra House .
For going to Semengoh, take the STC(Sarawak Transport Company) bus No 6, 6A, 6B, or 6C from opposite the Public Bank in town, on Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg
The fully integrated three-storey regional bus terminal in Kuching City had commenced in December 2007. The RM55 million project is located on a seven-acre site at Mile 6 1/2 Penrissen Road. The completion is expected to be end of 2009.
It will be only two minutes from the Kuching International Airport (KIA) and 10 minutes from Kuching City centre. This bus terminal will be streamlining the city bus transportation system by bringing together the regional buses and the city buses.

Daily express buses to and from regional centres like Sri Aman, Betong, Sarikei, Sibu, Mukah, Bintulu, and Miri as well as daily express buses from Pontianak in Indonesia and Sungai Tujuh in Brunei will be available, making Kuching Sentral an international transportation hub.

Commuters will find convenience right from the point of arrival as the city buses will offer them a seamless link to any destination within Kuching City and the regional buses will link them to major destinations throughout Sarawak. Alternatively, commuters can choose other options of transport available at Kuching Sentral like taxis.

The terminal will have  42 bus bays for Saarwak regional buses and 67 bays for Kuching city buses.

Additional facilities like luggage storage, premium rest rooms, wifi, Auto Teller Machine (ATM), prayer room and others have been incorporated to ensure a comfortable transit for passengers and shoppers.

The estimated 12,000 daily passengers alighting at the new bus terminal will be greeted with a pleasant ambience as Kuching Sentral offers 25, 000 sq ft of supermarket, 21,000 sq ft of departmental store together with restaurants, fashion boutiques, beauty and healthcare, gift shops, pharmacy and many more.
Kuching Sentral will have a total of 152 retail units and more than 30 specialty kiosks to keep shoppers busy.

The fully integrated transportation terminal is part of the Sarawak Government’s effort to improve bus services in Kuching city for the convenience of the people.

Spearheading the development of the Integrated Regional Bus Terminal is Permodalan ASSAR Sdn Bhd (PASB), a company incorporated to enhance the performance of the state unit trust fund, Amanah Saham Sarawak (ASSAR).

The shopping complex is strategically located at the junction of Jalan Penrissen and Airport Road which is being upgraded to a dual-carriageway with traffic lights.

The RM60 million project would be the first of its kind in Sarawak. It would be a single, consolidated transportation hub that would immensely improve conveyance service for thousands of commuters in and around Kuching daily.
Kuching Sentral would be the only fully-integrated regional transportation terminal in the State capital and, for that matter, Sarawak.

Strategically located at the Mile 61/2 junction of Penrissen Road and Airport Road, this new public transport artery, for which earthwork started last December, is only about three minutes’ drive from Kuching International Airport and 20 minutes from Kuching City.

Because it is located away from the city, traffic gridlocks can be avoided. Indeed, it is a timely initiative to significantly improve traffic flow in and around the city. Roads in the area are being widened into dual-carriageways complete with traffic lights.

A transportation hub or transport interchange is where traffic is exchanged across several modes which may include railway, tramway, metro or rapid transit, bus, coach, automobile, truck, airplane, spacecraft, ship, ferry, pedestrian, or any other kind of transport.

The term is used both for passenger and freight transfers. Some hubs also allow transport to be exchanged between the same kind of transport modes.

The completion of Kuching Sentral two years from now will, therefore, provide a focal point for travellers, integrating different modes of transportation such as stage buses, taxis, hired vans as well as sea and river crafts.

Daily express buses to and from regional centres like Sri Aman, Betong, Sarikei, Sibu, Mukah, Bintulu and Miri as well those from Pontianak, Indonesia and Sungai Tujuh, Brunei, will be operating from the terminal.

Right from the point of arrival, it will be convenient for commuters with city buses providing a seamless link to any destination within Kuching city and regional buses linking them to major destinations throughout Sarawak. Alternatively, commuters can choose other transport options like taxis and hired vans.

Built with 11 bays for car rentals, 42 for regional buses, and an additional 67 for city buses, Kuching Sentral will be big enough to support a high passenger traffic at any given time, at the same time, serving as a regional transportation hub capable of not only accommodating high traffic volume but also meeting the needs of shoppers with a modern complex free from parking problems.

Like most transportation hubs in major cities of the world, the design of Kuching Sentral incorporates a shopping centre that promises modernity, convenience and comfort not only to travellers but also shoppers.

Poised to be a retail and transportation hub in the State capital, this seven-acre three-storey bus terminal cum shopping complex will set a new standard in the way people travel and shop.

Cafes and restaurants will be provided, and additional facilities like luggage storage, premium rest rooms, Wi Fi, ATM machines and prayer rooms, among others, have been planned to ensure a comfortable transit.

Commuters alighting at this facility will also be greeted with a pleasant and welcoming ambiance — a 25,000 sq ft supermarket, and a 21,000 sq ft departmental store together with restaurants, fashion boutiques, beauty and healthcare centres, gift shops, pharmacies and many more.

A total of 152 retail units, and over 30 specialty kiosks will be available … in addition to more than 380 open and basement parking bays equipped with CCTVs and guarded at strategic zones.

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Radio di Msia



Frequency Station Operator Language Format Coverage Area
88.1 MHz One FM Media Prima Mandarin and Cantonese Talk, Music Klang Valley
88.5 MHz Muzik FM RTM Malay Music Klang Valley
88.9 MHz Capital FM Star Radio Group English Talk, music Klang Valley only
89.3 MHz Ai FM RTM Chinese Talk, music Klang Valley
89.9 MHz BFM 89.9 BFM Media English News, music South Perak, Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Negeri Sembilan & Malacca only
90.3 MHz TraXX FM RTM English Talk, music Klang Valley
90.7 MHz Putra FM Universiti Putra Malaysia Malay, English Talk, music Serdang, Kajang, Seri Kembangan and Putrajaya only
91.1 MHz Asyik FM and Salam FM RTM Orang Asli Talk, music Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Southern Perak, Western Pahang and part of Negeri Sembilan only
91.5 MHz IKIM.fm IKIM Malay, English, Arabic Talk, music Klang Valley
92.3 MHz Minnal FM RTM Tamil Talk, music Klang Valley
92.9 MHz Hitz.fm AMP Radio Networks English Talk, music Klang Valley
93.6 MHz UFM Universiti Teknologi MARA Malay, English Talk, music Shah Alam, Klang and Petaling Jaya only
93.9 MHz Radio24 Bernama Malay, English News, music Kuala Lumpur and Selangor only, in Johor Bahru as 107.5 MHz
94.5 MHz Mix FM AMP Radio Networks English Talk, Music Klang Valley
95.3 MHz Muzik FM RTM Malay Music Klang Valley
95.8 MHz Fly FM Media Prima English, Malay Talk, music Klang Valley
96.3 MHz Minnal FM RTM Tamil Talk, music Klang Valley
96.7 MHz Sinar FM AMP Radio Networks Malay Talk, music Klang Valley
97.2 MHz KLFM RTM Malay Talk, music Selangor & Kuala Lumpur
97.6 MHz Hot FM Media Prima Malay Talk, music Klang Valley
98.3 MHz Klasik Nasional FM RTM Malay Music Klang Valley
98.8 MHz 988 STAR Rfm Sdn.Bhd (The Star) Chinese (Cantonese) Talk, music Klang Valley
99.3 MHz THR.fm(Raaga) AMP Radio Networks Tamil, Malay Talk, music Klang Valley
100.1 MHz TraXX FM RTM English Talk, music Klang Valley
100.9 MHz Selangor FM RTM Malay Talk, music Selangor & Kuala Lumpur only
101.8 MHz MY FM AMP Radio Networks Chinese (Cantonese) Talk, music Klang Valley
102.5 MHz Asyik FM and Salam FM RTM Orang Asli Talk, music Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Southern Perak, Western Pahang and parts of Negeri Sembilan only
103.0 MHz XFM AMP Radio Networks Malay Talk, music Klang Valley
103.3 MHz Era FM AMP Radio Networks Malay Talk, music Klang Valley
104.1 MHz Best 104 Suara Johor Sdn.Bhd Malay Music Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka, Johor, Singapore and parts of Riau, Indonesia only
104.9 MHz Red FM STAR Rfm Sdn.Bhd (The Star) English, Malay Talk, music Klang Valley
105.3 MHz Suria FM STAR Rfm Sdn.Bhd (The Star) Malay Talk, music Klang Valley
105.7 MHz LiteFM AMP Radio Networks English Music Klang Valley
104.1 MHz Pahang FM RTM Malay Talk, music Pahang, Selangor & Kuala Lumpur
Coming Soon 90:10FM Variasi Maju Media Malay music Klang Valley
91.1 MHz Mix FM AMP Radio Networks English Talk, Music Malacca
92.2 MHz LiteFM AMP Radio Networks English Music Malacca
93.0 MHz Hitz.fm AMP Radio Networks English Talk, music Malacca
94.0 MHz Fly FM Media Prima English, Malay Talk, music Malacca
97.4 MHz TraXX FM RTM English Talk, music Malacca
98.9 MHz Red FM STAR Rfm Sdn.Bhd (The Star) English, Malay Talk, music Malacca
88.1 MHz One FM Media Prima Chinese and Cantonese Talk, Music Malacca
98.2 MHz 988 STAR Rfm Sdn.Bhd (The Star) Chinese (Cantonese) Talk, music Malacca
100.4 MHz Ai FM RTM Chinese Talk, music Malacca
106.4 MHz MY FM AMP Radio Networks Chinese (Cantonese) Talk, music Malacca

Facebook vs Blog. Apa pilihan anda?



Mana satu pilihan kalbu?


Blog semakin ditinggalkan. Kenapa?
  1. Payah juga nak buat blog bagi pengguna yang kurang IT dan internet
  2. Ramai ada akaun FB dan wajib dibuka oleh orang ramai.
  3. Blogger. . . ada yang ada akaun tapi dah lama tidak update.. contoh.. sejak 2009
  4. Ada yang ada akaun tapi malas nak buka.

Kelebihan dan keburukan Blog - 
  1. Catatan lebih panjang, berisi dan senang nak tengok walaupun dah 10 tahun ditinggalkan
  2. Album gambar pun elok disimpan di sini. anytime boleh tengok
  3. Diari bergambar anak2 juga sesuai disimpan disini. Bila dia dewasa nanti dia sendiri boleh tengok dan tak akan rosak.
Kelebihan dan keburukan Facebook:
  1. Mudah guna. mudah buka akaun.
  2. Senang masukkan post semasa.
  3. Teks . . .pendek2 dan menyenangkan utk dibaca.
  4. Notes juga boleh digunakan kalau nak tulis panjang sikit.
  5. Aplikasi bersama dalam HP sehingga pelbagai benda boleh dibuat dan akhirnya menarik minat ramai.
  6. Gambar2 senang di pos.
  7. Update rakan2 anda senang dilihat
  8. Chatting adalah hal yang paling baik kerana tidak perlu guna SMS berbayar lagi. CUkup la sekadar bayaran internet je
  9. Promosi barangan, jualan dan hebahan lain amat sesuai.
  10. Mudah mencari pasangan hidup. Tidak perlu bertentang mata dll namun hubungan sudah mula terjalin.
 

(-) .. . . 
  1. leceh nak cari post2 lama dulu.
  2. channel melampiaskan ketidakpuasan hati.
  3. penceritaan cebisan hidup kita amat senang dimuatnaikan sehingga menjadi kesempatan utk semua penipu alam maya.
  4. masa diluangkan amat panjang sehingga perkara2 lain tidak dibuat.
  5. gambar2, post2 kita menceritakan peribadi kita kepada dunia luar

4.9.12

Google Reader: Baca lebih banyak berita @ info melaluinya






Memang banyak juga berita dan info yang akan kita lihat kalau buka google reader. Malah ia boleh dipersonalize mengikut keperluan dan minat masing2.

Kalau nak share info tu pula akan lebih baik kerana sumbernya dari pelbagai blog, berita dll.

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