Monday, October 30, 2006
Scientific development has been a great process as we step into the 21st century. Our world is getting more advanced each day with inventions which are invented to fulfil our needs.
As a result, technology is constantly being used and upgraded to increase the production of machines and appliances. More and more machines are invented to lighten our burden.
Today, with rapid development in information technology, workers can sit down and just operate machine without sweating at all.
As science gradually advances to a greater degree as today, it often casts a spell upon us. This is because the effects of scientific development are various. With the invention of printers and scanning machines, men do not need to do writing. All reports can be printed out through printer.
Thus, remember... do not let computers and machine take over the job! =)
Sunday, October 22, 2006
What's it about?
In conjunction with the Deepavali celebration, I held a open house for the G&S members.
When was it?
21st October 2006 (Saturday)
Photo: G&S members in their "festive-cheer" pose
Where was it?
My home (or rather parents' house) at 28, Jalan BK 2/2, Bandar Kinrara, Puchong, Selangor.
With everyone in a festive mood, this was an opportunity for the members to come together & also be exposed to the Deepavali celebrations. Amazingly, since this was the first Deepavali open house for the members, they were treated to traditional Indian delicacies such as muruku, idli & thosai as well as briyani rice, mutton curry & kurma curry.
Last but not least....
I would like thank all the G&S members who attended my open house & hope to hold it again next year.
1 Day Short Course on Water Resources – (14 October 2006)
The Short Course on Water Resources was jointly organized by Graduate and Student Session and Water Resources Technical Division, IEM. The purpose of this course is to provide an overall insight and knowledge on various topics related o Water Resourses. The courses covered 4 topics from 4 prominent and experienced engineers i.e
(1) “Hydropower in Malaysia” by Ir Zainal Abidin bin Othman
(2) “Flood and MASMA in Malaysia” by Ir. Chong Soon Fatt
(3) “Integrated Emergency Management System in Malaysia” by Ir. Malinda Abdul Malik
(4) “Hydrology and Water Resources” by Ir. Dr. Heng Hock Hwee
Friday, October 20, 2006
Monday, October 02, 2006
Night view of the Souled Out Cafe
It's definitely a good place for dinner. After the dinner, we got to watch the performance performed by the dancers (sort of a indian dance). We left there around 11pm reluctantly...
Looking forward to another dinner with other professions....the best with students around :)
Prepared by Engr. Yau Chau Fong
Yes....It's the RACKL (Rotaract Club Of Kuala Lumpur) 38th Installation Dinner.....
The place where we learn the fun and crazy and "out of box" way to do our activities......
Definitely there will be more joint activities with them in the coming session....
The IEM machos at RACKL Installation Dinner...
(from left to right: Cham, Yeng Hooi, Dr. Tan, Mahendran, Wong CF, Suresh and me)
Me....Rotaractor..(Mei Han) and Suresh.....