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Sibu Leftover Pictures

This morning my girl and I went for breakfast at a coffeeshop in Ipoh Garden South. We ordered a plate of rojak and when it came, it looked something like what we had in Sibu.

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Alright, I am still thinking of Sibu and looking through the pictures in the folder, there are still some "leftovers" photos which I have not posted up yet.... here they are....
Sibu Rojak!
If not mistaken, they are from Thomson Corner?
the one I took this morning in Ipoh was similiar to this...
I thin Kathy took this..
soya and cincau mixed?
I had a large bowl of sour sop mixed varieties...
Oh, some Sago Worms in the basin.. ready to be taken...
Well, I love these two pictures.... 
Everyone in their Sweet Grins!
Someone caught doing a Kung Fu Kick..
OUCH!!! 


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  1. Yup! That's Thomson Corner's rojak all right... Missing Sibu, eh? Come, come again...

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  2. eat well family



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  3. I love rojak with plenty of peanuts..yummy

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  4. Poo Sago worms...only a few of them are still alive. :p

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  5. The sago worms...gonna muster up a lot of guts to eat it...

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  6. So my gray cells havent failed me yet.. hahaha..

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  7. STUDENT@MALAYSIA-STUDENT.com
    MCA (DATUK YIP KUM FOOK, MCA CHAIRMAN GOMBAK) INSULTED BUDDHIST MONKS
    Dear Devotees into the Dhamma,
    I sincerely shall use the language to make publicly the bitter experience that actually has happened in the SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION NO: 19-21 JALAN 38 TAMAN DESA JAYA KEPONG 52100 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA.
    I am not satisfied with the Gombak MCA Division chairman (Yip Kum Fook) and the SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST ASSSOCIATION chairman (Yip Kum Fook) because he used vicious and arrogant means in bringing in a group of individuals from other places to provoke and trample the sacred ground and without any sound reason called in the police to forcefully detain the monk so as to humiliate worshippers of Buddhism.
    I strongly would like to ask here that what great sin and crimes had he committed to the extent of you Yip Kum Fook lawyer by means or by crooks called in the police to detain a monk like him?
    I came from Penang, I was a newcomer and I temporarily put up at the SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION to study and learn to practice Buddhism. While at the temple, I could not bear with the way Yip Kum Fook lawyer behaved, your uncourteous, arrogant and unexcelled attitude in treating the Temple abbot.
    Because I said a few words about your behavior to you Yip Kum Fook, you resorted to such dirty means to hurt a monk. It is indeed unacceptable and cast a very bad example.
    For a school principal, if his and her student has committed an offence, the police must as a matter of courtesy meet up with the principal, try to understand the actual situation, before the police take any actions. This is the usual practice.
    But it is sorry to say, that Yip kum Fook lawyer who himself is a lawyer chose to have done. Otherwise, he did not act in accordance with the teaching of Buddhism and looked down on the spirit of Buddhism for the sole purpose of showing off that he is the powerful chairman of MCA Gombak Division and the chairman of the SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION. He demanded the police to detain the monk so as to realize his motive.
    It is very fortunate that due to the fact that religion itself is a sensitive matter, even the Malay policemen understood and respected the religion, culture and customs of other communities, so they did not rush into taking any actions. Otherwise, the consequences would be catastrophic.
    I understand why Yip Kum Fook lawyer was furious and flared up. The main reason is as follows. The abbot of the SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION. He has been the abbot for 20 years. He was the architect and played the pivotal in raising fund the public to build up the Temple.
    Continued next………

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  8. The abbot was alarmed to find out that a new person like him Yip Kum Fook lawyer; the chairman of MCA Gombak Division did not walk the talks. His talks were beautiful decorated with humanity, virtue and morality.
    But in practice, he always marginalized and pushed out those who did see eye to eye with him. The Temple committees were instead made up mostly of his relatives. Moreover, the Temple fund was not managed in a transparent manner. Ultimately, his true motive was to turn the pure and sacred ground into a political stepping stone and political ground and from a place of worship into a personal property.
    The abbot was well aware of what had taken placed, but in order to look preserve the whole wellness of the temple, he gave him Yip Kum Fook lawyer well-intentioned advices. But such an advice was not well received, it made Yip Kum Fook lawyer unhappy, restless and ran wild. Instead of heeding the advice, he made use of every opportunity to create problem and to persecute the abbot and monks so that they could no longer stay and left the temple.
    Yip Kum Fook lawyer and the chairman of MCA Gombak Division whose villain’s design is obvious and whose style is hypocritical is known by everyone… your sweet words can deceive and mislead some people some of the time, but you cannot do it all the time. The karma or preordained fate of Buddhism will definitely befall.
    As my last word, I would like to take this opportunity to bless him, may Yip Kum Fook lawyer wake up to reality, repent before it is too late. Do whatever is good, shed the evil.
    Your Dhamma,
    Ven. Phra Piya Dhamma
    Penang, Malaysia.

    We translated Chinese to English (why!) because we are want to give all people know and understand about more detail information, also to give people learn of this matter(HISTORY), this not for attacked individual DATUK YIP KUM FOOK, pls click here to see:- http://margeemar.blogspot.com/2012/02/blog-post.html?commentPage=3

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