Tuesday, February 03, 2015

Dengue, we are not focusing on the root causes!

Dengue is becoming a real problem and we are now focused on developing methods of detecting aedes?

What will the come up next? Miniature laser shooter? 

As of 31 January 2015, there has been over 12,000 reported cases of dengue since 1 January 2015 with 20 death, and we are trying to detect them. We know where the hotspots are already!
 
I rarely say this but creativity sometimes has its boundaries, what can't we creatively deal with the larvae, the source?


Blessed Thaipusam


Boycott Chinese Business? No problem.

Because we won't do it.


I refuse to believe that Malaysian are so blind and racially slanted that we can so easily follow the words is this minister. 

I believe most Malaysians are more discerning then the Minister thinks.

I wonder about the people selected to be Ministers, where are the really good people?


Sunday, January 25, 2015

National Service, Suspended?


My thoughts?

What else is there to say. Shut it for good! It not important enough at this point to spend RM400m a year on.


Thoughts on kids and electronic learning tools

Here's a response to someone who asked us If kids use computer for learning -



When our kids were growing up, we did not have a TV (by choice) and and internet only for work. The kids grew up exploring their environment, learnt to communicate with one another and improved their skills to adapt and change above all grows their imagination. I regard electronic games as rigid limited but the limitation of their producers or developers. Moreover I am not a big fan of having kids stare at a screen to "learn". More so If your kids are very young.

So, do NOT let the ipad, mobile phones, etc to be your kids teachers (or nanny)

My experience shows that if we leave the kids alone without electronic stuff, they WILL find things to do. :-)

Don't worry parents.

 

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Muhyddin has NOT fail our children and schools







The article above refers.

Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin did not fail our children nor our schools although he claimed that he cannot understand why the level of English language among our Malaysian student have declined. He cannot be blamed for the decisions, indecisions or inept decisions of his predecessors.

Our education system at best, is in transition, running on autopilot, lacking in direction.