Sunday, July 31, 2011


有宗教,没宗教 ?


Saturday, July 30, 2011

Makna - Volunteers Activities Aug 2011


3rd - 4th
August 2011
Wednesday - Thursday
Cancer Awareness & Fundraising & Homevisit

Venue: USM, Penang

Time:9.00am - 3.00pm

Volunteer:Dr. Ishak
5th August 2011

Cancer Awareness & Volunteer meeting

Venue: Bukit Bertajam, Penang

Time:9.00am - 1.00pm

Volunteer:Sister Vimala
6th August 2011

Cancer Awareness Exhibition & Fundraising & Homevisit

Venue:Kpg. Seberang, Penang

Time:10.30pm - 2.00pm

Volunteer :Mdm. Saudah
6th August 2011

The breaking of fast ceremony with Amir & Family (Late Mother is a Ca Survivor) (Organized by MAKNA-UTP Volunteers and Perak Volunteer Leader Mdm. Azlina Abdullah)

Venue:Taiping, Perak

Time:Break Fasting Time

Volunteer:UTP Volunteers & Mdm. Azlina

For participation, please call Mama Gie (Senior Volunteer Coordinator) at 019-289 4717 or email her at and Ms. Monica (Volunteer Executive) at 014-8872026 / 03-21611645 or email her at

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Lee Was on Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD) for five years before he underwent a transplant

Taken from NKF Shared Issue 2 2011 (PP9314/08/2001 (028834)).

Lee was one of the lucky ones when on July 27 1996, his fortunes changes for the better. An American expatriate died of stroke at the age of 56 and the most eligible recipient at the time turned out to be Lee. Lee therefore received a new kidney and with that came a new lease of life for his wife and twin daughters.

Friday, July 22, 2011



奇迹,期待,爱情。。。 虽是无常,是空,但也是一种美。









Tuesday, July 19, 2011







Monday, July 18, 2011

My Comments On 'Star readers come to fresh grads’ defence'

Refer to 'Star readers come to fresh grads’ defence'

I would say that it is because the economy is not big enough to sustain everybody.

We need to spike up economy and bring it to a more global scale.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

NKF Spent RM 81,120.00 From Jan-April 2011 to Provide 100% Subsidy on Dialysis Treatment

Taken from NKF Shared Issue 2 2011 (PP9314/08/2001 (028834)).

Life has not been a bed of roses for LIm as a result of a bad accident in 2007, which injured his kidneys and left him jobless.

There are many patients such as Lim who need help on a daily basis, many lose their jobs when they are on dialysis and without financial assistance it would be impossible for them to afford dialysis while managing their families.

NKF Spent RM 81,120.00 From Jan-April 2011 to Provide 100% Subsidy on Dialysis Treatment for our hard core poor patients.

Sierra Pharaoh Nekhen Gameplay Tips


  1. Use shrines on secluded area. Build shrines for the patron god; Ra.
  2. Do not over built houses, keep population to 1,000 to conserve resources. Build 9x8 housing will be enough to cater for 1,000 population.
  3. Build two temples for the patron god.; Ra.
  4. Build an internal circle to keep necessity services (water, firemen, health) inside by putting a block at the entrance.
  5. Build festival square and perform festival.
  1. Do not over built houses and waste resources.
  2. Try to build a personal mansion later to keep some money.
  3. Perform festival for each god at least once per year, thus every 4 months rotating.
General Tips:
  1. Use roadblock, however, must use it wisely. Roadblock prevents people from traveling out to get jobs.
  2. Palace is the place to keep gold and to provide information about unemployment.
  3. Gold will provide direct income, must harvest as much as possible.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

My Comment On Kin says sorry to kindie

Refer to 'Kin says sorry to kindie'

If you care to look around, I would say that in Malaysia, this is just tip of the iceberg.

This reminds me of one of my favourite song;上海滩。
















Or I really want to emphasize that this society needs love and real friendship.

It is timely to say that it is why we need places like Fo Guang Shan and etc which the door must always be left open to all.

I still remember a venerable from Fo Guang Shan said this.


This is very true, we must have the courage to love.

Sunday, July 03, 2011

Makna : Life Goes On

Taken from Makna Neoplasia Issues 01/2011

It has been 15 years since the cancer diagnosis. Although her initial doctors could not promise her anything, her determination and strength has allowed her to survive. When she was first diagnosed, her children were very young. Although she never said much, I sensed that she fought her cancer as she was unwilling to miss out the growing years of her children. Due to her determination, my sister not only bought up her three kids, witnessed the marriage of her two children and today is a happy grandmother to her grand-daughter and is hanging on strongly on every thread as to see her youngest daughter who is her precious caregiver to be married off soon. - Shanti Michael (

MAKNA Getting to know Breast Cancer

Very informative. From Makna.