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Happy Chinese New Year 2018

wishing you great happiness and prosperity

Gong Xi Fa Cai


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I have a friend who wants to get her chin tucked — a couple of them anyway. I stumbled across an article the other day linking double chins and snoring, so I went out on a search for all the ways insomnia might result in physical characteristics many people in the West would not associate with “beauty.”

I haven’t yet found again the article on thick necks and sleep apnea. I’ve found several that say people with thick necks (which would mostly be men) often snore, because as they age the ability of their muscles to keep their throat’s soft tissue from collapsing on itself during sleep is reduced. I’ve not yet read enough to find out whether snoring can also cause a think neck. Of course, snoring is not necessarily a sleep disorder, not does it necessarily accompany insomnia. To be a disorder, the person has to miss breaths. To be insomnia, the person has to be awake—which you wish they...

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Persatuan Membantu Orang Kelainan Upaya

Harap dapat kiranya rakan-rakan soc-med kongsikan maklumat mengenai PMOKUM ini dengan kenalan-kenalan kalian untuk sama-sama mengetahui lebih lanjut tentang wujudnya persatuan ini. Semoga sedikit sebanyak ianya dapat membantu yang memerlukan.. Terima Kasih.

Persatuan Membantu Orang Kelainan Upaya Malaysia atau ringkasnya PMOKUM adalah sebuah badan kebajikan dan sukarela yang ditubuhkan oleh sekumpulan sukarelawan yang terdiri dari Orang Kurang Upaya (OKU) bagi membangunkan komuniti OKU dalam sektor ekonomi. Di antara aktivitinya ialah mewujudkan usahawan OKU dalam bidang perniagaan dan juga menempatkan OKU dalam bidang pekerjaan yang bersesuaian dengan kelulusan akademik dan kemampuan fizikal mereka. Kumpulan sasaran PMOKUM merangkumi OKU penglihatan, anggota, pendengaran dan masalah pembelajaran.

Salah satu perniagaan dan pekerjaan yang sangat bersesuaian bagi...

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1 Blind 1 White Cane



I need your favor to help me to share and promote a campaign called “1 Blind 1 White Cane” organized by Yayasan Orang Buta Malaysia (Malaysian Foundation for the Blind)

The aim of the campaign is to raise fund via online crowd funding platform to buy 2000 pieces of white canes for the poor blind people in malaysia

Please help me in making this campaign a success.

Kindly share the link to all your contacts for the next three months
https://igniter.my/project/1-blind-1-white-cane/ or http://tinyurl.com/1blind1whitecane

Thank you to those who stay and offer your helping hand.

Terima Kasih
Yayasan Orang Buta Malaysia




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Kellie’s Castle

Kellie’s Castle (aka Kellie’s Folly) is a castle located in Batu Gajah, Kinta District, Perak, Malaysia. The unfinished, ruined mansion, was built by a Scottish planter named William Kellie Smith. According to differing accounts, it was either a gift for his wife or a home for his son. The castle is situated beside the Raya River (Sungai Raya), which is a tributary to the Kinta River.

The construction of this house was started in 1915 by William Kellie Smith but it came to a full halt upon his sudden death in 1926. The solitary castle, looks almost surreal in these wild plantations of Perak, projecting a strong personality and an aura of mystery.

Besides being haunted, the castle is believed to have hidden rooms and secret underground tunnels, one of which leads to the Hindu temple through the Kinta River. However, this tunnel has now been sealed for safety reason.

Kellie’s Castle...

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The Gamelan

The gamelan or Malay gamelan which exists today in Malaysia is basically from the courts of Riau-Lingga, Pahang and Terengganu. Although originated from the land of Java, Indonesia, the Malay gamelan has developed a distinct identity compared to the Javanese, Balinese and Sundanese gamelan from Indonesia.

Although the popularity of gamelan has declined since the introduction of pop music, gamelan is still commonly played on formal occasions and in many traditional Malaysian ceremonies, i.e Malay weddings, Royal functions, etc. For most Malaysian, gamelan is an integral part of Malaysian culture.

 gamelan #ensemble #malay #traditional #music #nusantara #heritage #blackandwhitephoto #malaysia #warisan #culture


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Al-Jazari’s Elephant Clock

The elephant clock was a medieval invention by al-Jazari (1136–1206), consisting of a weight powered water clock in the form of an Asian elephant., derived from earlier Indian clocks. The various elements of the clock are in the housing (howdah) on top of the elephant. They were designed to move and make a sound each half-hour.

A modern full-size working reproduction can be found as a centrepiece in the Ibn Battuta Mall, a shopping mall in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Another working reproduction can be seen outside the Musée d'Horlogerie du Locle, Château des Monts, in Le Locle, Switzerland.

In addition to its mechanical innovations, the clock itself is seen as an early example of multiculturalism represented in technology. The elephant represents the Indian culture, and the turban represents Islamic culture.


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How To Make Him Buy You Stuff

The complete guide on being a woman that really knows what she wants

This Is The Unique, One-of-the-kind Product Women Simply Can’t Resist. The Ultimate Guide On How To Make A Boyfriend/husband To Buy Gifts, Take A Girl On Trips, And So On.

If you want to get what you want from your man, it is far better to reward than it is to punish. These ten realistic tips on how to get what you want from your man, can show you how. http://tinyurl.com/makehimbuystuff


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How to Stop Blushing with Blushing Breakthrough

How to Stop Blushing with Blushing Breakthrough

In Blushing Breakthrough Jim Baker introduces his detailed method for overcoming social anxiety and stopping blushing. There are four basic steps to this method. Each of these steps is covered thoroughly, so you won’t be left hanging, wishing you had more information.

  1. Understanding: Your problem may seem insurmountable. However, if you properly understand the biology and physiology of the issue, you will realize that it is anything but.

  2. Control Your Mind: The mind is the most important organ in the body. You’ll find some simple steps to slowly take control of your brain and tell it that you don’t have a problem.

  3. Control Your Body: You may think that blushing is mainly a mental problem, but did you know that the mind and the body are intricately connected? Here, you’ll find some tips to use your body as a tool for overcoming...

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