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I’m 44 and a BIG “Thank You”

A special Thank You to:

YB Datuk Dr. Tekhee Lafe, YB Tuan Hj Ahmad Lai Bujang, YB Liwan Lagang, YB Alan Ling Sie Kiong, Cr. Inging Will, James Agat, Karambir Singh, Abigail Synthia, Mdm. Li Yo Wei, Jacqueline Atiqah David, Murphy Hillary, Brian Gordon, Rachel Edward, Edwyn John, Ellen Richard, Sim Poh Giap, Henry Ling, ElizaJane Edmund, Reganold Jali, Sahrein Maloh, Jacquez Jd, Mustapha Hassim, Stephen Dass, Merin Sap, Julie JNuing, Doria Edwin, Desmond Jerukan, Jane Barandi-Chovancek, Jenny Jeli, Samuel Sila Mathew Unjah, Mervyn Tajem, Affendi Aries MY, Amanda Bie, Margaret Jihes Simis, Pierce Tk Wong, Dixon Saga, Arbi Lai, Johnny Teleson, Lincoln Petrus, Malvin Billie, Martin Singkoi, Eugene Js, Tonny Thomas, Suzie Que, Rose Bennet, Regina S Martin, Jacqualine Anom, Kitty Janggot, Bhagwan Singh, Harold Wilson Empading, Wan Abdillah Edruce, Judith Angela Skinner, Willoveina Umpie, Rodney Christopher, Jeremiah Diggory, Michael Agan, Spawi Hipni, Aisyah Jasmine Mason, Chuah Kee Man, Bintang Megamall, Rekha Lida, Hadrian N Awell, Nill Victor, Seli SR M, Joshua Aquinas Ding, Andrew Chin, Nainet Photomania, Sudan Traveler, Andrew T. Y. Lim, Spril Blangkat Deckles, Juliana Lee, Emie Yuetz, Melinda Chan, Jue Anthony, R Rom Leopard, Noraini Husaini, Bobby Dickson Forster, Nancy G. Prince, Jeremy Xavier Andrew, Apai Nuel, Keeyan Tungku, Selleha Chulon, Katis Noel Nyabong, Noi EYnna, Dom Anddin, Laga Kueh, Josephine Elizajoe, Elena Aradia, Mira Nicholl, Audrey Lakai, Unggit Awan, Stanley Sila, Hussin Osen, Marvin David, Johney Jok, Patrick Rickz, Leni Jemat, Agatha Sandi Dubline, Malissa Jennai, Billy Makio, Manjeet Sidhu, Judy Scholastica Henry, Lydia Suling Laing, Vishal Sabharwal, Sally Loh, Rodney Christopher, Ephrem Miche, Paul Ikom Augustine, Kedong Luhat, Celestine Sarip Bantin, Muhd Imran Collin, SuLu Meruan Sayau, Jennifer Rafeh Layang, King Kawi, Maryam Morgan Yusof, Amy Sturky, Tracy Herman Ulok, Sawai Maling, Shirley David, Hugh C Mawar, Wilfred Mujah Aton, Unjil Edward Tawi, Sandy Mark Luna, Paul Albert, Nancy Nais, Francis Kanyan, Elfa Alvira, Papa Twin, Theresa Lirang Wan, Kassim Jeritan, Cezekiel Cwendz, Christopher Andrew, Churchill Drem, Jang Leonard, Maxclay Bety, Firdaus Abdullah, Sima Malayu, Stephen Dinggai, Rolend Tama, Tommy Rajesh, Cornnelius Nasan, Andrew Bukoh, Ai Bee, Regina S Martin, Chambai Lindong, Hamdan Ismail, Medeline Prada Mansom, Cyril Dason, Angela Klumai, Hanie Then, Siti Sabariah Mohd Sabar, Stella Caroline John, William Nyipa, Margaret Kunchit, James Douglas Ripon, Qistine PeterBeatrice Abigail LumaJennifer Rafeh Layang, LadyBird Eileen, Tajau Mau, Babra Barb, Nathan Achuk, Cassidy Morris, Veronica James, Dieyoz Kazara, Gary Jok, Tracy Mensan, Veron Jaxson, Dieyoz Kazara, Apai Bujang

I couldn’t possibly reply to you guys individually, but coming into my 44th year, there are a few things that I have notably realised.

We tend to spend more time putting on the green (agreed by Dana Empading). Back in 2005, I spend just little time putting.. look, aim, hit..! It doesn’t matter if you win the game or not, but its the network, friendship and beer that matter most. However, that time, most of my schoolmates are busy with their career. Today, it is good to see them on the fairway (ehh Stephen, Dana, etc.)

LOL.. dun ask when we are going to have a round.. I am busy ferrying marine crew these days. But, an hour at the driving range should be a good time to catch up with the latest gossip on Dayak politics.

Another notably thing is that, we tend to eat less meat after forty. Its not so much about health, but our teeth are no longer tightly arranged like before. So, its more of fish and vegetable on the dinner table.

Coming home late after beer… remember this, don’t call before noon. We are having a bad headache!

Anyway, I would like to thank everyone for your birthday messages, prayer, calls and smses. God bless you too and here is a video for everyone to view.

The first ever 1st Malaysia – ASEAN Regional Bloggers Conference kicks off today

KUALA LUMPUR, 23 April 2011 – Bloggers from ASEAN countries converge in Kuala Lumpur today to participate in the 1st Malaysia-ASEAN Regional Bloggers Conference.

Tomorrow, we will have the chance to meet up with Malaysia’s No.1 blogger – Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad and of course the man who twits and Facebook his daily thoughts, our YAB Prime Minister – Najib Tun Razak.

Kuala Lumpur Declaration On Blogging and Social Media

  1. The establishment of an ASEAN Social Media and Blogging network to promote understanding, good relations, unity and co-operation.
  2. To assist achieving and promoting the common values and aspirations of goodwill and to promote greater understand through social media.
  3. To promote the freedom of expression, freedom of information and freedom from prosecution in South East Asia.
  4. To promote ethical practices in social media by constantly encouraging engagement.
  5. To meet regularly and promote the  growth and progress of social media in ASEAN.