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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Gua Tempurung Outing

What a day!

That's what i could say...A day filled with joy, lethargic, and immense satisfaction spent with some of my EE friends, a day i would treasure in my memory forever.

On this fateful day (yesterday), some 17 of my course-mate friends, car-pooled together in 4 cars (including mine, my very own CLK) headed to Gua Tempurung for our first ever get-together adventure. The event was overall an exciting experience for me and for all of us (since we are all final year now), as this was an opportunity to mingle and further bond rapport among us.

I'm not in the mood of telling the story. Pictures are better speak for it.

On whole, it was a nice breakaway from the daily hectic schedule and pamper myself with my friends. And certainly after this, after all of us graduated, i am pretty sure this is the memory that i am about to reminisce back after sometimes.

I wish i could savor the moment.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Interfaith Forum

I guess today marks a very historic event in the whole hearts of UTP students. This is the first time such a big and brave event ever held in UTP, and may it be the first in Malaysia as well. I would like to give a big applause to the management of UTP and the organizing committee for their hard work on making this event a reality.

Interfaith forum- as the name suggest, is an event combining different faiths/religions brought about to bring unders
tanding and better clarification on religious issues between all races and facades. Considering that there is such riots in the religious issues in the country recently, such event like this is more than welcome to be held.

There are four powerful Interfaith Speakers for this event:

1. Brother Shah Kirit bin Kalkulal Govindji (Muslim), who is the Chief Dakwah Officer in Islamic Information and Services Foundation

2. Dr.M.Bala Tharmalingam (Hindu), who is the Deputy President of Malaysia Hindu Sangam

3. Dr William Lau (Christian), who is the Archdiocesan Ministry of Ecumenical and Inter-Religous Affairs

4. Ir, Kiang Keng Hong (Buddist), who is the Head of Buddist Association in Taiping Perak -no picture

Being one of the thousands audiences attended that night, I garnered a lot of knowledge and i am now self-proclaim myself to be more aware of the differences between religions that has made me more tolerable and respect to the sanctity of other religions. The message is clear; love. With love and respect, such riots will not occur.

As a Moslem who practice the true teaching of the divine Islam, I respect other faiths and never will mock other religions. And also as a true Malaysian living in this multi-racial society, it is an open promise to have mutual understanding upon other faiths and decrees.

May this promise keeps tack in the heart of all Malaysian.

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