Khamis, 6 September 2012

The Spirit of Lubok Kawah/Semangat Lubok Kawah

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The Spirit of Lubok Kawah/Semangat Lubok Kawah

PKR Ranting Paya Pelong, Kuala Krau sudah bersedia menghadapi PRU

Posted: 06 Sep 2012 07:31 AM PDT

Dengan sukarelawan dan petugas-petugas yang semakin bertambah dari 25 orang kepada 75 orang, PKR Ranting Paya Pelong sudah bersedia untuk melangkah ke medan PRU pada bila-bila masa.

Sehingga kini PKR Paya Pelong sudah pun memasang bendera dari masuk kampong hingga ke hujung kampong dan telah pun menampalkan poster-poster seolah-olah sudah memasuki fasa pilihanraya.

Lebih dari 50 orang pemuda Paya Pelong telah mendaftarkan diri menjadi sukarelawan, petugas dan pacaba dan lebih dari 25 orang wanita mudanya turut mendaftarkan diri.

Di dalam upacara ringkas penyerahan baju-baju PKR jam 5.30 petang tadi lebih 75 orang sukarelawan dan petugas-petugas untuk PRU telah hadir.  Turut hadir adalah 3 orang Naib Ketua PKR Cabang Kuala Krau, iaitu, Sdr Azmi Zainun, Sdr Srinavasan dan Sdr Ramli Lin.  Bendahari PKR Cabang Kuala Krau merangkap Setiausaha Wanita PKR Pahang, Pn Hendon Jaafar turut hadir.

3 orang Ketua Ranting, iaitu Ranting Kg Beredut, Sdr Mat Abu, Ketua Ranting PKR Kg Rekoh, Sdr Rosli Panjang dan Ketua Ranting Paya Pelong juga hadir.

Anak-anak muda Paya Pelong memilih PKR sebagai wadah perjuangan mereka!

Anwar Ibrahim

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Wee Choo Keong

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Wee Choo Keong

Azhari Dahlan to explain on safety issues

Posted: 05 Sep 2012 06:53 PM PDT

For the past few days, the A380 was delayed in departing from Heathrow/KLIA because of the delay in taking off from KLIA due to mechanical faults.  The said delays must have cost MAS a lot of money as MAS had to give out meal vouchers of 15 Pound each to its passengers, in HERE.  Yours [...]

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Architect’s vision of an idyllic Penang

Posted: 06 Sep 2012 01:30 AM PDT


A view of Balik Pulau. Pic by Ramdzan Masiam

BALIK PULAU: PENANG has the potential to be the top place in the world to learn, live, work, play, farm and heal, a Singaporean  lecturer and architect said recently.

Prof Tay Kheng Soon, who is an adjunct professor at National University of Singapore’s (NUS) school of architecture, said that Penang is the paradise that Singapore lost.

“The kind of stresses that we have in Singapore, Penang does not have. You have the countryside, mountains and hills, which we do not have in Singapore.

“The question is, what are you going to do with that?

My point is, Penang can be the number one place to learn, live, work, play, farm and heal, and Balik Pulau is the strategic centre of this movement,” he said in a public lecture entitled Green Economy, Green Living: The Paradox of Modernisation and Rubanisation here recently.

Present were Balik Pulau member of parliament Yusmadi Yusoff, state Town and County Planning, Housing and Art committee chairman Wong Hon Wai, several Penang Island Municipal Councillors (MPPP) and other stakeholders.

Tay, who believes in a balance of the rural and urban living, said a “rubanised settlement” (rural urbanised) is moving towards to a high-technology inter-connected lifestyle and economy, and not going back to the mud and the grime.

“People can have choices to either live in cities, or in rubanised settlements, or both,” he said.

In giving an example of a rubanised settlement, Tay said the settlement should be one kilometre in diameter, with different density, as well as varied mix of rural and urban settings.”

He said the settlements can have different building designs and are always accommodating to suit different lifestyles.

Tay said: “With the Internet and inter-connectivity, we have choices, we do not have to work in isolation.

“Factories, especially the light industries, do not have to be concentrated in large, industrialised areas. They can be decentralised.

“By networking, using transport links and logistics, we can organise it very well,” he said.

When asked on a model for Balik Pulau, Tay said an ideal model would be medium density, two to three-storey buildings clustered together in a rubanised settlement, with farming, small industries, small businesses and good schools.

Read more: Architect’s vision of an idyllic Penang - Northern - New Straits Times


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