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[caption id="attachment_2524" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Missing cows by CJ"][/caption] This is the story I read from a book: A wise man was walking with his students. As they passing by a village, a farmer who seemed very worry and distressed, headed towards them. He stopped then asked the wise man, "Have you seen a kine cows on your way here?" "No, sorry to say I did not see any." the wise man answered. "Sigh, I am the most unlucky person in this world. These cows are the only assets I have and they are all gone missing now. I have been seeking for days yet I couldn't...

[caption id="attachment_2511" align="alignleft" width="350" caption="哑巴哥哥和病患的妹妹,小小 (照片摘自:百度.com)"][/caption] 病房里有个患尿毒症的乡下女孩,名叫小小。陪她来的哥哥是个哑巴,整天挂着一脸笑脸。女孩的命很苦,自小失去父母,是哥哥一手把她拉扯大的。家里钱都花光了,哥哥不肯看着妹妹在家等死,用自己做的小木车,一路风餐露宿,推着妹妹来到省城大医院。 医生被他们的兄妹真情感动,院方研究决定免费为女孩做换肾手术。这捐肾人,自然就是她的哑巴哥哥。 医生带哑巴哥哥去做配型检查,一切都很顺利,手术时间也迅速确定下来。 医生把哑巴哥哥带到办公室,比划着告诉他,要把他的肾换到妹妹身体里。打了半天手势,说的满头大汗,哑巴哥哥这才明白是咋回事。顿时,他脸上的笑容僵住了,吃惊的望着医生。 医生看了看他的脸色,跟他解释到:“把你的肾换给妹妹,你妹妹就能活;不换,你妹妹很快就要死了。” 哑巴哥哥一脸沉重地低下脑袋,有些犹豫。好一会儿,他才抬起头,朝医生重重点了点头。医生高兴的拍拍他的肩膀,让他回去等。 没想到,当天下午,哑巴哥哥就失踪了

[caption id="attachment_2484" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="香港点心老板"][/caption] 恭喜!位于武吉波浪(Bukit Beruang)的香港点心,终于在上个月三月八日开了分店。 地点:35-L,Jalan Kenanga 3/25, Taman kenanga Kenanga Seksyen 3, 75200 Melaka 上星期和家人到Kampung Lapan新开张的香港点心吃早餐。宽阔的新店,常挂住笑容的老板,友善的员工,各类式的点心,自由餐服务 - 都有。 点心包括:炒萝卜糕,猪肠粉,皮蛋瘦肉粥 蒸点心: 烧卖,烧卖王,水晶包,虾饺王,白排骨,辣排骨,鸡脚,鱼丸,酸甜腐竹,螃蟹肉等等。。。 炸点心:芋头圈,矮瓜,辣椒,芋角,豆腐,鱼饼,春卷,虾饺等等。。。 包点:大包,小肉包,叉烧包,菜包,莲蓉包,玉蜀黍包,豆沙包和糯米鸡。

[caption id="attachment_2474" align="aligncenter" width="467" caption="Enjoy the 25 per cent discount: senior citizens above the age of 60, the disabled and children below 12 years (http://transitmy.org)"][/caption] PUTRAJAYA, March 23 (Bernama) -- Express bus passengers eligible for the 25 per cent discount on ticket purchases offered by the Commercial Vehicles Licensing Board (CVLB) should take advantage, said its director, Datin Naimah Ramli. She said most passengers were unaware of the discount that senior citizens above the age of 60, the disabled and children below 12 years were entitled to. "We are not sure whether they are unaware of the discount or are simply uninterested. "We have...

[caption id="attachment_2396" align="alignright" width="333" caption="Ah-Kun in his house"]Ah-Kun in his house[/caption] Two days ago, Dylan and I went to Ah-Kun's house at the Jonker Street of Melaka. It is a part of the old Chinatown of Melaka and the street is close to traffic for night market during the evenings of every weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday). Hawkers on pushcarts will gather on these days to sell all kinds of delicious street food and local merchandise. A permanent stage was there at the end of the street for performances such as dancing and singing during weekend. As to date, however, the old stage has been demolished and a new design of stage is under construction.   Back to the shooting at Ah-Kun's house. The interior architecture of the house is not so much different from the typical Baba and Nyonya houses which I’ve visited before. It really amazed me when Ah-Kun showed me the wood-fire stove which his family is still using, a balcony garden which planted with orchids and other flowers, and some Japanese souvenirs which his aunt brought back from Japan decades ago. Being at Ah-Kun's house, it made us felt like being in the 50s-60s of Melaka.   We managed to shoot the rooftops of the houses in Jonker Street which was the purpose of our shooting. After that, we went for a second half of the shooting with the company of Ah-Kun. We headed towards Kampung Ketek nearby Cheng Hoon Teng Chinese temple. We took a few shots over there of the Malay houses. After we went for a rojak noodle and cendol at an Indian stall, we called it a day. These are some of the shots I took to share:

[caption id="attachment_2437" align="aligncenter" width="350" caption="World Autism Awareness Day Logo"]World Autism Awareness Day Logo[/caption] Tomorrow is the 2nd of April and it is also the World Autism Awareness Day. World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) will shine a bright light on autism as a growing global health crisis. WAAD activities will help to increase and develop world knowledge of the autism epidemic and will impact information regarding the importance of early diagnosis and early intervention. Additionally, WAAD will celebrate the unique talents and skills of persons with autism an will be a day when individuals with autism are warmly welcomed and embraced in community events around the globe.

Did you know...

  • Approximately 67 million people worldwide are affected by autism
  • Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the world
  • More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than with diabetes, cancer and AIDS combined
  • Boys are four times more likely than girls to have autism
  • There is no medical detection or cure for autism, but early diagnosis and intervention improve outcomes
[caption id="attachment_2439" align="alignleft" width="400" caption="自闭症 (autism) - image from www.hebei.com.cn"]自闭症 (autism) - image from www.hebei.com.cn[/caption] An overview on autism Autism is a complex neurobiological disorder that typically lasts throughout a persons lifetime. It is part of a group of disorders known as autism spectrum disorders (ASD). It occurs in all racial, ethnic, ad social groups and is four time more likely to strike boys than girls. Autism impairs a persons ability to communicate and relate to others. It is also associated with rigid routines and repetitive behaviors, such as obsessively arranging objects or following very specific routines. Symptoms can range from very mild to quite severe. All Of these disorders are characterized by varying degrees of impairment in communication skills and social abilities, and also by repetitive behaviors.