Monday, March 17, 2014

On Innovation

I am always intrigue by the fact that many people can people can be so innovative and creative. This take gives a very different dimension to social entrepreneurship. 

I always think that if we can combine the mastery of business with the innovative and creative thinking and wrapped it all in with the goodness from our hearts, we can truly make changes and create meaningful social impact. 

We meet to encourage to push for a"Silicon Valley of social Enterprise"

http://springwise.feedsportal.com/c/34623/f/635451/s/37bc0a43/sc/4/l/0L0Sspringwise0N0Cafrica0Efriendly0Ediy0Eshoe0Epeople0Ewear0C/story01.htm

Social Enterprise, not something new.

Social Enterprise - something I have been planning to for for a while, now happening


We are not starting some new,we are going back to our roots.

A core strength of the human being is our inherent ability to adapt to changes and challenges thrown at us. We can be really innovative and creative in finding solutions, this is the inherent entrepreneurial nature we have. Another inherent nature of humans is that we are fundamentally good and care for one another. Having children and in many ways worked with children, you will know what I mean. It is human nature to be able to withstand adversity and find a way out of challenging situations with goodness in our hearts.

Read more at http://www.spiritofendeavour.org/blog/?p=34

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Happy Chinese New Year!

Dear Friends,

let's recall the simple things in life that bring great happiness!

HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR
have a good break, have a good holiday!

K V, Wai Leng, Amrita, Samanta & Arian (the artist)    :-)


 

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Not Another Closed Door Meeting!

I would like to believe that over 50 years of independence, we would be me mature enough to discuss things openly and the level of sensitivity can come down a little. But this is not the case.

I think all the closed door meeting will not help at all, especially if the leadership of the country does NOTHING to address the core issues.




Why don't we just shoot 'em!

I cannot believe the words that come out from the chief of police, the Inspector General of Police!
The IGP failed understand the Internal Security Act (ISA), its history and its original intent.  He does not understand the rule of law. By following his peverted logic, we might as well do away with courts, arm the police to the teeth and just shoot 'em (or us)!