马来夫妇养600流浪猫狗‧灵犬河边救主

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狗儿看到米伯走进范围內,都热情的趋近他。(图:星洲日报)

狗儿看到米伯走进范围內,都热情的趋近他。(图:星洲日报)

(吉打‧亚罗士打19日讯)无怨无悔照顾600只流浪猫狗,住在亚罗士打的马来夫妇米伯和哈丽查的爱心让动物也铭感於心,更上演义犬救主的感人情节。

米伯夫妇3年前目睹猫狗无人照顾,一路接收“领养",迄今,夫妇俩收养的猫狗已从数十只,增至逾400只狗和200只猫!

拉回岸上集体狂吠唤救人

米伯收养的猫狗,当中不少是患病的,太多猫狗要照顾,哈丽查曾因操劳过度,晕倒在河边。

庆幸的是,当时在场的狗只,竟齐心协力把她拉回岸上,让哈丽查免於溺水。

犬群过后更不寻常地集体狂吠,召唤米伯前来救妻。

这起义犬救主的美事让两夫妇津津乐道,也让无怨无悔为猫狗服务的两人备感安慰。

阿玆米(54岁,人称米伯)说,太太约5个月前,在为狗住所进行日常打理工作时,因太劳累头晕累倒河边。

哈丽查(64岁,人称为丹姐)回忆说,她当时想爬起来,但有心无力,所幸狗儿发现后群起救她,否则河水水位若提昇,就可能被淹死了。

米伯说,他听到狗儿狂吠,走过去看个究竟,才知道太太出事了。

他补充,自己过去15年患有哮喘病,须用气雾剂,近三四年忙於照顾猫狗,已忘了哮喘和气雾剂这回事;这或是他爱护並照顾小动物而来的福气。

这只狗走路时只能用两只前腿,后腿则是交叉並拖着走。(图:星洲日报)

这只狗走路时只能用两只前腿,后腿则是交叉並拖着走。(图:星洲日报)

流浪狗受伤被虐
都收留照顾

早在1990年,住在花园民宅的米伯和家人,看到无家可归、经常挨饿的流浪狗,心里萌起了怜悯之心,总在晚上邻人没留意时,煮东西给这些流浪狗吃。

因为怜悯之心,米伯开始接触狗只;约3年前,米伯和太太搬到区內一河岸旁,並將常餵食的逾30只狗一块带来,同行的还有约40只猫。

阿玆米和太太原本主要收养患病、生疥癣或残障的狗只,此外每次看到在外流浪、受伤、被虐或被车撞倒的狗只时,都会带回来照顾。

后来演变到公眾自行將猫狗带来让两人收留。

米伯说,他並非富有人,全职照顾狗並不是为了要出名,纯粹出於对狗的怜悯和爱心。

他强调,他的目的並非让狗儿繁殖,而是照顾受伤、残障的狗儿。

义工们忙着搬下檳州K9 Pets有限公司赞助的一些狗粮来移交给米伯。(图:星洲日报)

义工们忙着搬下檳州K9 Pets有限公司赞助的一些狗粮来移交给米伯。(图:星洲日报)

热心人纷提供狗食
不赞同猫狗安乐死

阿玆米说,他和太太清早就將狗粮分给狗做早餐,下午时分就到附近餐饮店討鸡骨,再和米煮成狗儿的食物。

他感谢免费提供鸡脚和鸡头的小贩、赞助23只狗儿结扎手术费用的人士、免费提供药品的兽医诊所医生、赞助米粮和款项的热心人士等。

米伯受SOS询问时,不赞同让猫狗安乐死,相反的希望政府理性解决问题,如將狗儿送往收留中心並结扎。

他认为,若每人都愿意收养狗只,就能轻易解决流浪狗问题。

米伯说,目前该收留地並没有水电供应,若能获资源来安装水电供应,將让中心更好运作。

“唐氏症狗"
包纸尿布

其中一只名叫Kechik(意即“小")的狗包上纸尿布,丹姐说牠是“唐氏症狗"(Down Syndrom),头斜斜,走起路来也稍微歪斜,吃喝需要他们逐口餵。

还有一只是过去曾被车撞、没获適当照料而残缺,走路时只用两只前腿,后腿交叉並拖著走,以及另一只瘫痪而行动不便的狗。

米伯说,患上疥癣和生病的猫狗、患皮肤癌的猫等,都被安置在他们住的货仓旁,和其他猫狗隔离照顾,其余则分散在两个围栏內。

左图:丹姐说,这只狗的智力些许受损。右图:岑爱玲手上抱着包上纸尿片的唐氏症狗。(图:星洲日报)

左图:丹姐说,这只狗的智力些许受损。右图:岑爱玲手上抱着包上纸尿片的唐氏症狗。(图:星洲日报)

SOS到访带来狗粮
促政府“停止杀,开始结扎"

这对夫妇和猫狗的故事,引起相关组织关注。

檳城拯救流浪狗联盟(Save Our Strays简称SOS)发言人岑爱玲和多名义工德薇、马哈斯瓦仁、凯特霖、米雪、峇拉和苏峇希妮一行人昨日探访米伯夫妇俩。

岑爱玲呼吁政府在流浪狗课题上,採取“停止杀,开始结扎"的方式。

她说,米伯是她看过收养最多狗的穆斯林,希望能借此鼓励穆斯林养狗,因为马来同胞若能养狗,流浪狗的问题就已解决一半。

她和义工们也为米伯带来了由檳州K9Pets有限公司赞助的其中四十多包狗粮。

她说,SOS会研討给予米伯其他援助,並继续和米伯密切合作。

她呼吁要为米伯提供协助和支持的人士,可联络她(012-4708308)。

星洲日报记者在场採访时,適巧来了一位华裔女子林慧毅(28岁),她说,她通过面子书发现米伯收留狗时难以置信,亲自来查看后终於相信,因此有空就会到访,看能给予米伯和丹姐甚么协助。

米伯准备把狗粮盛在盘子,一些狗已在旁“预备"要用餐。(图:星洲日报)

米伯准备把狗粮盛在盘子,一些狗已在旁“预备"要用餐。(图:星洲日报)

“穆斯林摸狗没罪"
虐狗吃狗肉才是罪恶

针对穆斯林对狗的避忌,阿玆米认为穆斯林触摸狗、养狗、照顾生病的狗並没罪;若虐待狗、吃狗肉,那才是真的罪恶。

他强调,不管在乾或湿的情况下触摸狗,重点是在祈祷之前,必须用泥水或河水来清洗,就没被禁止了。

他本身曾对太太说,假若一天自己被狗咬死,也不要把狗杀掉,因为狗儿若真如此做,一定有其原因,何况狗儿並不像人类般拥有思考能力。

“我们应该尊重生命,就算是一只狗的生命也应被尊重,不应受鄙视。"针对並非所有人能接受狗时,阿玆米认为,穆斯林最重要的是勿教导孩子怨恨狗,因为狗也是一条生命。

[source : http://www.sinchew.com.my/node/265353?tid=1]
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10月16日世界粮食日‧全球粮食荒‧大马酒肉臭

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中国连云港市天使家园幼儿园开展认识粮食活动,通过对各种粮食的辨认,培养孩子们爱惜粮食的意识,迎接10月16日世界粮食日的到来。图为江苏省连云港市天使家园幼儿园的小朋友在课堂上学习辨识五穀杂粮。(图:新华社)

中国连云港市天使家园幼儿园开展认识粮食活动,通过对各种粮食的辨认,培养孩子们爱惜粮食的意识,迎接10月16日世界粮食日的到来。图为江苏省连云港市天使家园幼儿园的小朋友在课堂上学习辨识五穀杂粮。(图:新华社)

世界正面临粮食短缺危机,庆幸的是大马人仍过著丰衣足食的生活。正因如此,大马人严重缺乏对粮食危机的醒觉意识。

据统计,大马人每天丟弃约1千500万公斤的食物残渣,其中的10至15%是还可食用或被浪费的食物,等於丟掉300至450辆罗里的食物。

这里不缺蔬果鱼肉,食物供应充足,粮食短缺对我们来说似乎是非常遥远的事。

然而,粮食危机是有连锁效应的,它牵一发而动全身,对全世界影响,危机离我们並不远。

10月16日是世界粮食日,今年的主题是“农业合作社:养活世界的关键"(Agricultural Cooperatives : Key to Feeding The World)。

配合世界粮食日,我们来探討饥饿与粮食荒和我们有甚么关係。

汤礼聪:全世界正面临粮食短缺危机,但大马民丝毫未曾察觉其严重性。(图:星洲日报)

汤礼聪:全世界正面临粮食短缺危机,但大马民丝毫未曾察觉其严重性。(图:星洲日报)

畜牧业是粮荒罪魁祸首之一
汤礼聪:鼓励吃素救地球

绿色生活协会(Green Living Society)主席汤礼聪说,在极端的天气条件下,全球暖化、气候转变,全世界正面临粮食短缺危机,但本地人丝毫未曾察觉其严重性。

他指出,人类一年吃掉4千亿只动物,世界人口不断增长,基於人类的需要,畜牧业不断扩大。而大部份的种植品,如玉米和大豆都用来餵养动物。因此,畜牧业是世界粮食危机的主要的罪魁祸首之一。

“为了紓缓粮食短缺问题,人类必须减少肉类消耗。联合国也鼓励人们吃素食拯救地球。"

马每4儿童一人超重

汤礼聪指出,全世界每隔5秒就有人死於饥荒,其中75%是儿童。而在东南亚国家中,大马最多孩子有肥胖的问题。

根据马来西亚肥胖儿童儿科工作小组研究的调查显示,大马每4名儿童就有一人超重或肥胖。

“全世界有三分之一的人足够温饱,有三分之一的人食物不足,剩余的三分之一人口处於挨饿状况。

“大马人被归为首个部份(足够温饱),他们的健康问题都与食物有关,但非並挨饿,而是营养过剩、肥胖问题。"

从小没养成珍惜食物习惯

“新生代的肥胖问题源自於父母纵容孩子吃垃圾食物多过日常正餐。这导致孩子们在用正餐时,吃不下而浪费不少食物。父母允许孩子浪费食物,並没有教育他们,因此孩子们从小就没有养成珍惜食物的习惯。

他说,大马人在舒服的环境太久,从未经歷严重的环境灾难或粮食危机,所以在这方面的意识相当低。

他补充,年长者因曾体验艰难的生活,比较懂得珍惜食物。到了年轻一代,生活条件提高了,人们的购买能力也相渐提高,往往毫无节制地消费,特別是年轻人和小孩子对食物不懂得感恩,从未意识到浪费食物的问题,这种情况令人感到担忧。

反对以木薯製塑胶袋

他指出,除了浪费食物造成全球粮食荒恶化,有些市场上的產品是以食物为原料,如木薯製成午餐盒、以淀粉製成塑胶袋,这些產品叫做“可分解物"。

他非常反对这类產品,他说,这些生產商完全面向业务,也不瞭解整个世界粮食危机的情况。世界上很多人正在挨饿,但他们用食物来生產日用品,而且市场上仍有一部份人在使用,確没意识到这些產品的存在,无形中对饥饿者造成“迫害"。

“生產商解释说,他们使用原料是第三级的木薯,不能食用。我的问题是:一些非洲国家的小孩饿得只能吃树叶和泥土,那么难道第三级的木薯不可以吃吗?"

每年扔掉75万吨好食物

从事废弃物管理的汤礼聪指出,我国每一天產生约3万吨的垃圾,一年则有1千万吨,当中50%是食物浪费,意即每年產生500万吨食物浪费。

他把食物浪费分为4类:

1:厨余,在准备食物前,淘汰的菜头菜尾和果皮等。

2:食物的残渣,这些剩余的食物已不能再食用,如骨头、鱼头、海鲜蚌壳类、水果种子外壳等。

3:消耗不完的食物,可能因挑食、不珍惜食物或点过多食物消耗不完,而扔掉质量良好,但还能被食用的食物。

4:没好好策划而过期的食物,购买者因没好好策划食用时间,以致错过食物的赏味期限而被迫丟掉。

汤礼聪指出,第一类和第二类的食物浪费是无可避免的,无论如何,这些食物浪费都是我们造成的。

“不过,第三和第四类的食物浪费是可以避免的。从我的研究,大约有10至15%的食物浪费属於第三和第四类。这也意味著马来西亚人每年扔掉或浪费约50万至75万吨的好食物。"

他补充,传统佳节或民俗习惯造成更多不必要的食物浪费,比如说主人家可能因为面子问题,不愿减少订食物,视桌上食物的多寡为招待宾客週到与否。

宴会30%好食物弃垃圾桶

“你可否想像一个活动结束后,如宴会,有多少的食物被丟弃?从我的研究中显示,宴会上有30%的食物最后將倒入垃圾桶,而且皆是100%好的食物。"

汤礼聪认为,自助餐比一桌10人的宴席对环境更友善。无论如何,最近几年宴会上的食物浪费已有所改善,他观察到食物的数量已从原本的9道减至8至7道。

他鼓励宾客在宴会上打包吃不完的食物,很多人因为不好意思而没有这么做。他建议主人家通知宾客打包剩余的食物,如果主人家鼓励他们这么做,相信许多宾客愿意这么做,这可减少婚宴上的食物浪费。

“食物浪费是温室气体的排放原因之一,进而引起全球暖化和气候转变。此外,所有浪费的食物都被送到处置场所,而食物的腐化过程会產生沼气和二氧化碳,对环境有害,因此减少浪费食物绝对有必要。"

珍惜食物醒觉仍低
浪费习惯根深蒂固

汤礼聪说,为了提高人们珍惜食物的醒觉,他每次在座谈会时,尝试播放影片或照片,让出席者瞭解有很多人因没有食物而饥饿的情况。

“很多人看了很感动,並且后悔过去浪费食物的行为。然而过了不久,他们又故態復萌。这是非常不幸的,浪费几乎成了人们根深蒂固的习惯,並非一朝一夕能纠正过来。"

他补充,从他的调查所得,除了居住环境有厨余和食物浪费,酒店、餐馆、小贩中心、食物加工厂及巴剎也有不少,然而这些单位都没有好好处理厨余的问题。

汤礼聪指出,有些酒店把处理厨余视为社会责任,但在大马並不普遍。

林德来:在婚宴上大马华人展现节制的美德,一些宾客会要求把桌上剩下的食物打包回家。(图:星洲日报)

林德来:在婚宴上大马华人展现节制的美德,一些宾客会要求把桌上剩下的食物打包回家。(图:星洲日报)

林德来:节制美德减少浪费
鼓励打包婚宴剩余食物

雪隆姑苏慎忠行餐饮业公会总会长林德来受访时认同,国內饮业者对粮食危机的意识普遍不高,不过根据他的观察,华人量人而点菜,不过份舖张。

他说,大马餐馆的厨余一般是“菜头菜尾",在清洗蔬菜过程中,就丟掉腐烂、不新鲜的部份。这些都是不可食用的,至於厨余量多量少,视个別餐馆的使用蔬菜量而定。

“过去我曾到中国,当地人以`客人吃剩菜才有面子,吃完则没面子’,因此单单冷菜近10道,热食又有逾10道,太多佳肴美食难以消受。"

林德来指出,相对之下,在婚宴上,本地华人展现节制的美德,一些宾客会要求把桌上剩下的食物打包回家,这种“打包"习惯是值得鼓励的,不应浪费食物。

他说,宴会上,一般只有至8至10道菜,相当符合一桌人的食量。一个人的食量毕竟是有限的,太多肯定吃不完。

联合国粮食
及农业组织的资料显示

过去50年,人类对肉食的需求激增了500%,为满足增长,全球越来越多农地被用作种植牲畜饲料,中南美洲便有66%的热带雨林因而消失。

●每生產一公斤牛肉,需要16公斤穀物以及1万5千公升食水。单是美国一年餵饲牲畜用的穀物,便能餵饱13亿人口。

●大马人每天丟弃约1千500万公斤的食物残渣,其中的10%至15%是还可食用或被浪费的食物,等於丟掉300至450罗里的食物。

关於全球饥饿:

●全球粮食生產足以让每一个人吃饱,但全球有超过十亿人吃不饱,即是每7个人当中,便有1人挨饿。

●60%饥饿人口是女性,但她们亦是全球粮食生產的重要生力军。

●每年,有大约30万名孕妇因营养不良(缺乏铁质),在分娩时因出血过多而死亡。

●同时间,全球有1亿2千万人有肥胖问题。

关於儿童饥饿:

●每5秒,就有一个儿童死於饥饿或相关疾病;每4个饥饿人口中,就有一个是儿童。

●在发展中国家,60%的儿童死於饥饿,每4个儿童,就有一个体重过轻。

●经济学家指出,长期陷於饥饿会窒碍儿童身心发展,长大后的生计或收入比平均人口低5至10%。

关於饥饿人口:

●约75%来自农村或乡郊地区,25%来自城市。

●10亿饥饿人口中,65%来自以下7个国家,即印度、中国、刚果民主共和国、孟加拉、印尼、巴基斯坦和埃塞俄比亚

[source : http://www.sinchew.com.my/node/264896?tid=67]
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Little Wen-Ze and Wen-Er children portrait

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family portrait in Tampin, Melaka

A lovely evening with little boy Wen-Ze and little girl Wen-Er

Spending a day with little boy Wen-Ze and little girl Wen-Er can be so much fun yet challenging. They were cute and active and both siblings kept winding each other.

We went to a hill in Tampin with both Wen-Ze and Wen-Er, and mom Tracy, letting them playing and running joyfully on the grass and capture joyful and spontaneous shots of them while having fun, more of a documentary than a portrait.

Thanks to Kenn-Wai and Iu-Lung for assisting and we had a great evening with the family. Kind of missing them now and looking forward for another photography session with them again.

Sharing some photos captured. Have a nice day and may all beings bEE happy.

Melaka family portrait

Melaka family portrait

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Woman inspires by teaching with toes

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Mary Gannon teaches with her feet (ninemsn photo)

Mary Gannon teaches with her feet (ninemsn photo)

LAKEWOOD, Ohio — A Lakewood teacher is inspiring students and staff by teaching in a unique way.

Mary Gannon, a Lakewood math tutor at Harding Middle School, was born with no arms and she has a great outlook on life.

One thing Gannon doesn’t like is being called handicapped.

“It’s not a bad thing.  I’m different, but I try not to use that word because it has a negative bias.  I’m not able to do certain things,” said Gannon.

Last year Gannon was a substitute teacher at Harding, but now she tutors 6th, 7th and 8th graders full-time.

Before class you can catch Gannon using her feet to get her lesson plans together for the next period.

Some of her students say watching Ms. Gannon at work lets them know they can overcome almost any obstacle.

“She inspires me because she helps me get focused on my work, how good I can get at some math problems cause I’m not really that good at math,” said Jaden Johnson, a 6th grader at Harding.

And some of the staff at Harding Middle School agreed that Gannon is a shining example of what you can do once you apply yourself.

“I think people are gonna say, ‘if she can do it, I certainly can do it,’” said Assistant Principal Joe Tackacs.

Gannon grew up in an orphanage in Mexico and was adopted by an Ohio family at age 7.

The math tutor said she always wants to help people and teaching is a great way to do it.

“If it’s gonna inspire or help people for them to be or do better in their lives then I’m okay with that and I hope that people gain something from me,” said Gannon.

Gannon can even drive.  Her license plate says it all… “Happy Feet.”

[source : http://fox8.com/2012/09/19/woman-inspires-by-teaching-with-toes/]
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Melaka Art & Performance Festival 2012 (21st Sept)

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Melaka Arts and Performance Festival 2012

Melaka Arts and Performance Festival 2012

I guess this will be the top priority to do a post up so that people are not going to miss this great festival happening in Melaka this weekend (21, 22 and 23 September 2012). This will be the quick introduction from the event website.

Melaka Arts and Performance Festival (MAPFest) is an innovative contemporary festival, featuring dance, performance art, visual art, film and music. In a short space of time since its inception in 2009, MAPFest has gained a high national, and increasingly international profile, being recognised for its program of exciting independent arts, collaborations and its use of alternative sites for performance.

The festival draws from Melaka’s foundation myth, its famous heritage sites, and Melaka’s collective ancestral heritage to create a space where contemporary culture and artistic practice comes into focus and is shared across cultural and socio-economic divides in a three day celebration which remains free to all.

‘Turning Around’ – transformation through the creative drive – remains the central inspiration for the festival, connecting both to the foundation myth for Melaka, and the festival’s objective of assisting contemporary arts to play a role in Melaka’s revival alongside its heritage-driven tourist industry. This year the specific focus within that broad theme is the traces of transformation.

We are also pleased to have a new stage to showcase the richness of traditional Malaysian and international performance. In the future we hope to initiate crosspollination of contemporary and traditional practice.

MAPFest remains free and accessible for all. Continuing Melaka’s rich history as a centre for meetings and exchange between cultures, it will create opportunities for artists and art lovers to share in each others’ work and perspectives.

We hope you enjoy the festival!

Today marks the first day of the event. I went to the first program in the schedule which was Afro-contemporary dance by Appiah Annan of Asanti Dance Theatre. Held at St Paul’s Hill of Melaka, the dance workshop was best to start off as it was really cool and you could feel the energy when listening to the rhythm of djembe drum.

During the dance workshop I met an old friend, Sister Bi-Ching and she is an art and culture lover. She loves to take photos too. After telling me the schedule of the event which I didn’t know the program initially, we decided to visit other venues.

So there are other four venues besides St Paul’s Hill, for film screening and installations for these three days:

  • Baboon House (86 Heeren Street a.k.a. Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock)
  • No. 8 Heeren Street Heritage Centre (8 Heeren Street a.k.a. Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock)
  • Riverine Restaurant (108 Lorong Hang Jebat)
  • Film Screening (24 Jalan Kg Kuli)

We continued to visit other venues for other programs such as the Melaka River – video projection by Noelene Lucas at Riverine Restaurant, short films at Jalan Kg Kuli, Corner – video installation by Khaled Sabsabi at No. 8 Heeren Street Heritage Centre, and installations at Baboon House. And Baboon House was the last stop we went. Feeling exhausted, we headed back to rest and recharge so that we could continue the program at night on the hill again.

Melaka River – video projection by Noelene Lucas at Riverine Restaurant

Melaka River – video projection by Noelene Lucas at Riverine Restaurant

short films at Jalan Kg Kuli

short films at Jalan Kg Kuli

short films at Jalan Kg Kuli

short films at Jalan Kg Kuli

Corner – video installation by Khaled Sabsabi at No. 8 Heeren Street Heritage Centre

Corner – video installation by Khaled Sabsabi at No. 8 Heeren Street Heritage Centre

Corner – video installation by Khaled Sabsabi at No. 8 Heeren Street Heritage Centre

Corner – video installation by Khaled Sabsabi at No. 8 Heeren Street Heritage Centre

installations in Baboon House

installations in Baboon House

installations in Baboon House

installations in Baboon House

angel fish of Baboon House

angel fish of Baboon House

Sister Bi-Qing (in the mirror) and friend at Baboon House

Sister Bi-Qing (in the mirror) and friend at Baboon House

Immediately after I reached home, I did a quick edit of the photos and posted on Facebook so that more people especially the locals, will know about this event and could participate. After posting, I rushed to St Paul’s Hill. Though I missed the first performance, I was still glad I made it as soon as I could.

St Paul’s Church was so crowded and lively with the lighting tonight. I managed to watch four performance arts (by TonyYap & BrendanO’Connor, Alan Schacher & Wei Zen Ho, Appiah Annan, I Nyoman Sura) before I had to leave for picking up parents. The performances were truly profound and uplifting. The photos speak.

Cerita Pendek (Short Works) program of the first night inside the nicely lighted St Paul's Church

Cerita Pendek (Short Works) program of the first night inside the nicely lighted St Paul’s Church

performance art by TonyYap & Brendan O’Connor

performance art by TonyYap & Brendan O’Connor

performance art by TonyYap & Brendan O’Connor

performance art by TonyYap & Brendan O’Connor

performance art by Alan Schacher & Wei Zen Ho

performance art by Alan Schacher & Wei Zen Ho

performance art by Alan Schacher & Wei Zen Ho

performance art by Alan Schacher & Wei Zen Ho

performance art by Appiah Annan

performance art by Appiah Annan

performance art by Appiah Annan

performance art by Appiah Annan

performance art by Appiah Annan

performance art by Appiah Annan

performance art by I Nyoman Sura

performance art by I Nyoman Sura

performance art by I Nyoman Sura

performance art by I Nyoman Sura

performance art by I Nyoman Sura

performance art by I Nyoman Sura

the crowd in St Paul's Church

the crowd in St Paul’s Church

the crowd in St Paul's Church

the crowd in St Paul’s Church

So dear Malaccans, don’t miss the opportunity to take part in this event and there will be more programs on Saturday (22nd Sept) and Sunday (23rd Sept). All the programs can be found at the official website of MAP Fest.

Hope you enjoy the photos and may all beings bEE happy.

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M Nicole outdoor shooting July 2012 at Klebang Beach

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Make-up artists and models of M Nicole outdoor shooting at Klebang Beach

Make-up artists and models of M Nicole outdoor shooting at Klebang Beach

Finally having some free time to upload some photos and start blogging again.

Remember the M Nicole Make Up at Haha Studio July 2012? This was the session after the studio shooting and supposed to be a two-month back topic.

Anyway, we continued an outdoor shooting at Klebang Beach, Melaka after the studio shooting.

The models got changed to colorful outfits and beautifully done make-up then headed to the beach in Klebang.

This was also another opportunity for us to meet other photo enthusiasts, future make-up artists and models. We learned from each other and had a great time together.

Thanks to M Nicole Make Up organizing such a good outing and we are looking forward for the upcoming ones.

Have a nice day and may all beings bEE happy. Sharing some shots taken on the event:

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