Sunday, November 14, 2010

Something to watch.

hello people!

just want to share with u you guys about this interesting video.
its about global warming.
Weng Yee finds it very interesting, so, i lets watch it.

Friday, November 05, 2010


Hey there guys!

Sorry for the lame title, but i thought that i should come up with something that is relatively straight to the point but at the same time, rather important - as we are merely one month away from GYS'10!

As of now, we have heaps of participants already confirming their participation in the GYS'10! For those who aren't registered yet, what are you waiting for??

This also means that the Organising Committee is working around the clock to ensure that everything is set for the D-Day. Therefore, here's some important information regarding the fees for our aspiring and would-be participants out there!

The registration fee for participants outside Malaysia would be USD 150 (excluding flight tickets & travelling costs). The fee for participants within Malaysia would be MYR 200 (with accomodation) & MYR 150 (without accommodation) respectively.

For further information, you guys can download the documents at your right hand side. Or, you can always contact us at If you want a personal touch in terms of assistance (I hope I did not put it wrong there :P) you can always email Miss Ain Atikah Ali at or our dedicated Director at

Looking forward to see you guys!

Signing off,

Thursday, November 04, 2010

Recent News: Environment.

Turning GARBAGE into MONEY

Few weeks ago, I became a volunteer for an environmental film event, namely Eco Film Fest 2010 in UM. The event was mainly about screening environmental films for the public for free in order to raise their awareness about the importance of conserving the environment. Well, other than helping out here and there, I actually managed to watch a few films. However, there’s this one film that gave me a large impact…GARBAGE DREAMS…

Do watch the trailer below to catch a glimpse of what the film is about…

Have you ever imagined that there are actually people in this world who rely on garbage to support their life???

Have you ever think about living in a garbage village???

Well, this is what happened to 60000 Zaballeen (Arabic for “garbage people”) that live in the world’s largest garbage village situated on the outskirts of Cairo. They survive by recycling 80% of the garbage they collect, creating what is arguably the world’s most efficient waste disposal system.

Do you know that garbage contributes to global warming??? Without recycling, garbage mixed with organic waste and green waste deposited at landfills can cause the emission of methane, contributing to global warming. A molecule of methane produces more than 20 times the warming of a molecule of carbon dioxide. When you consider its effects within a single decade, methane is 100 times as powerful as carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas!

So what are you waiting for??? All you have to do is to separate your household waste into organic waste and recyclable waste. Try to do composting with your organic waste and send your recyclable waste to recycling centre. Help reduce the amount of waste deposited in landfills. Together we can make the Earth a cooler planet… =)