Saturday, December 31, 2011

Committee Members Perak Kaying Association 2012-2013

Tan Sri Lee Oi Hian is the new President of the Perak Kaying Association.  This picture is taken in the Assemble Hall of the Assocation after the swearing in ceremony.  The golden dragon motif behind is more than a 100 years old.  The photos of the founding members of the Association are at the centre of the hall.

Welcome dinner for the new committee members.  I am sure you can recognise some notables amongst us.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Tinnitus - Ringing in the Ears

Tinnitus is the medical term for ringing in the ears.  I had tinnitus at 7.00 pm in Hospital Fatimah today after emerging from ICU.  To my pleasant surprise Jingle Bells was ringing in my ears.  The carollers were from the St. Michael's Church.  I followed them up to Ward 4 C and recorded two songs before I headed home.  The youthful choir was more enthusiastic.  They planned to sing in every ward to bring in the Christmas cheer.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Spectacular Christmas Deco in private house

Christmas is here.  A house in USJ, Selangor with the Christmas deco so beautiful that I could not help but stop my car in front of it to capture this display.  Enjoy this short clip.

Wishing All My Friends a Blessed Christmas.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

My Geography Teacher is here.

Christmas is a wonderful time to rejoice the birth of Christ and to share the Good News.  Our Small Group has gathered with some friends.  Can you recognise the 2 ACS teachers in the photo above?

Here we have the current ACS Principal as well.  Guess who?

And this is a freshly baked chocolate cake - a creation from Poh Peng. 

Friday, December 9, 2011

Healesville Sanctuary, Australia

At Healesville Sanctuary near Melbourne.  There is an abundance of Koalas in the sanctuary.  Koalas love Eucalyptus tree leaves.  I used to have 5 Eucalyptus trees in my home.  They were planted by my father who was ever fascinated with the tree while he was studying in Australia.  The leaves are used to make medicated oils for body aches and pain.

Here you see a vet nursing the Tasmanian devils.  These cats in Tasmania are threatened by a disease which causes facial tumours. 

Picture taken from the base of a 250 year old Eucalyptus tree.  Awesome!!

And me inside the tree.  Pondering how it feels to be 250 years old.

A water fowl with her eggs.  Reminds me of avian flu.  A hot topic a couple of years ago because of a possible link with the flu pandemic.

Another photo with my Fuji camera.  I am certainly very happy with my camera.