Posts Tagged ‘Petaling Jaya’

Inability to ‘switch off’ causes burnouts, say experts

October 7, 2013

So I switched off from patients and INTERNET once out of clinic…i.e. rest for 12 hrs, after working 12 hrs every day…No hand-phone. Just watch TV, exercise, play with grandchildren, sleep, bath, shaving, eating…etc.

I like the saying, “Change of work is rest”…So day time while seeing pts…I switched to do Human Rights Campaign for Muslims from Myanmar. This allowed me to work 12 hr a day, 7 days per week and 363 days per year for 37 yrs…non stop. By the way my off days R one day each for Eids or Hari Raya days. But I have even worked on the evening and night duties on the eves and on the Eid or Ray days when I was young.

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The Conference on the Plight of the Muslims in Burma in the 21st Century Successfully Held in KL

June 21, 2013

The Conference on the Plight of the Muslims in Burma in the 21st Century Successfully Held in KL June 19, 2013

The Distinguished Panelists of the Event

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia- The conference on the plight of the Muslims in Burma in the 21st century successfully held at International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) in Petaling Jaya today as an initiative for solution and the way forward. The conference commenced at about 10AM with the opening speech of Prof Dr. Hashim Kamali, founding chairman and CEO of IAIS, followed by the keynote address by the former Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Hj Ahmad Badawi.

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I hereby request someone to AUDIT and punish Postlaju for taking about 10 days to deliver letters from KL to KL

May 2, 2013

I hereby request someone to AUDIT and punish Postlaju for taking about 10 days to deliver letters from KL to KL Malaysian postmen were taken about 2 ks-2mts to just deliver a letter from KL to KL. Post Laju is taking about 7-10 days to deliver the intra KL city letters. It is too much and shameful.

PosLaju’s claims are puzzling

SINCE December, the Port Dickson Hospital has been sending my medicine, prescribed by the specialist there, via PosLaju once a month.

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News for Malaysia Talent Corporation about Brain Drain

October 5, 2011

INFORMATION for Talent Corp. Malaysia…..

Malaysian Doctors in UMMC (UM) with 20 yrs contract as Training Lecturers (eligible to apply only after finishing TWO YEARS’ training as House Officers) are paid RM 1500 per month only, with Increment of RM 1.00 per year. If resigned any time before finishing 20 yrs contract, need to pay heavy penalty of RM 400,000.00. No wonder there is BRAIN DRAIN. Talent Corp. Malaysia should just disband if cannot change this kind of stupid pay scale.

Please just look at the following news in the Star today: Effective Nov 1, the minimum monthly wage for Indian maid (in Malaysia) is RM1,400 and RM850 for plantation workers. It also set the minimum wage of RM800 for restaurant, construction and general workers.

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Malaysian Income Taxman’s answers in Star

April 24, 2011
Co$ Enjoys Unfair Tax Exemptions

Image by LafayetteBeacon via Flickr

Source:The Star,Broadband and travel claims COMPILED BY HARIATI AZIZAN

TAXPAYERS have just one more week to go before the April 30 deadline for submitting income tax returns. In this last segment of Sunday Star‘s Income Tax series, a team from Inland Revenue Board’s Corporate Communications Unit headed by director Mazlan Wan Chik answers your questions.

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Although migrated and settled into the heart of Muslims, Lee Kuan Yew is ignorant about Hearts and Minds of Muslims

January 27, 2011
Launching a new book

Image by J e n n i f e r_ L e via Flickr

Although migrated and settled into the heart of Muslims, Lee Kuan Yew is ignorant about Hearts and Minds of Muslims

Source_Star letter,”LKY’s concerns about Islam unjustified“, by IMRAN PRICE

MINISTER Mentor Lee Kuan Yew has urged Singapore Muslims to “be less strict on Islamic observances” (The Star, Jan 24) to aid integration and the city-state’s nation-building process in a new book, Lee Kuan Yew: Hard Truths to Keep Singapore Going.

It is also reported that he believes that Muslims “are distinct and separate”, unlike the other races and religions in Singapore.

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Look at better ways to woo back our talents

December 9, 2010

Source_Star: Look at better ways to woo back our talents

THE establishment of Talent Corporation Malaysia is truly a good platform to woo our local skilled workers back to Malaysia. I salute to those who are open enough to create such a platform.

We have lost 70,000 of our local human intelligence to other countries.

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