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Dear friends and fellow Dayaks who are reading this post,
I share with you a respond to my status over at Facebook made by the ADUN for Pujut, YB Andy Chia. The respond was made with regards to the purchase of a building in Miri, by Mercy Malaysia, which shall serve as a shelter for those who needs a temporary place to stay while in Miri.
You know, Mercy Malaysia is raising fund to buy a house to provide temp shelter for family members of those who come to Miri from the interiors to seek medical treatment at the Miri General Hospital. I am the advisor to the Fund Raising Committee. We have Chinese, Malays, Indians, but looks like no Dayak, brother. This home will serve mainly the … Dayak community. I think Dayak should volunteer lah, brother, and must help too.
What a wonderful place Miri is, huh? Where got racial barriers? We are all brothers and sisters no matter what colour.
Must catch up for a chat, huh?
All the best!
I feel bad while reading the respond from our YB in Miri.. but maybe, the Dayaks were not inform of this mission earlier by Mercy Malaysia. Hence, I will take the cue and bring some of my Youth Committee to be part of this mission. Personally, I am still in the dark about how to go about with this mission, but, we need to start somewhere and not wait for others to do it.
Here are the list of Plugins that I use to power this blog.
Lightbox – Lightbox is a simple, unobtrusive script used to overlay images on the current page. It’s a snap to setup and works on all modern browsers.
Featured Content Gallery – I use this plugin to create a featured content gallery anywhere within my wordpress theme. Authored by Jason Schuller, the plugin uses SmoothGallery, a script developed by JonDesign’s. The plugin requires at least WordPress 2.3.
WordPress PDA & iPhone – This plugin will enable users of Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) and iPhone to view my blog from their phones browser.
Akismet – This plugin comes with your WordPress installation. It checks your comments against the Akismet web service to see if they look like spam or not. You need to register with WordPress to get your Akismet API key.
Getting Socially networked
Most of us would (by now) is a member of one social network like Facebook. And, I am a member of the following network.
Facebook – you could get addicted to this network. I found a lot of my long lost schoolmates here. Flickr – where I store my photos. Twitter – the micro blogging application that I use every now and then.