Tribute to Frank Sinatra and His City: NEW YORK, the City that never sleeps


June 26, 2016

New York

Tribute to Frank Sinatra and His City: NEW YORK, the City that never sleeps

Friends,

New York’s Son and Golden Voice–We miss you, Frank

Sunday in New York. And beautiful day. Dr. Kamsiah and Din Merican send you and yours our warm greetings from this fabulous city and financial capital of the world. Both of us have been busy with our respective professional duties. Things have worked out well for us and we must admit that being in the Big Apple is always business like, rejuvenating (despite the jet lag) and fun.

What better way  can we pay tribute and respects to this city and its people for their kindness and hospitality and honour the memory of its illustrious son than to feature  Hoboken (New Jersey)-born Francis Albert Sinatra for your weekend entertainment.  Thank You, New York.–Dr. Kamsiah and Din Merican

 

5 thoughts on “Tribute to Frank Sinatra and His City: NEW YORK, the City that never sleeps

  1. DDM, since you are in NYC and WDC, try to establish contact with Education for Employment Foundation and see if they are willing to consider partnering with U of Cambodia in running a program in Cambodia for Cambodian Muslim youth. While EFE programs are mostly in the Middle East and North Africa, if the right partner comes up I am sure they may consider. Their office are in NYC and WDC. Many years ago I brought them over to Indonesia which is home to the largest Muslim population in the world and in need of their program. Somehow it fell through.
    __________________
    Orang Malaya,

    The Cambodians are suspicious of all so-called Islamic NGOs. These do gooders are preaching their own brand of Islam. I do wish to be involved with them. I prefer to be with those promoting secular education.–Din Merican

  2. DDM, Education for Employment Foundation is not an NGO. They are a US non Muslim funded foundation and backed by the biggest MNC. Check out their website.

  3. Quote:- “Many years ago I brought them over to Indonesia which is home to the largest Muslim population in the world and in need of their program. Somehow it fell through”

    I wonder why. Perhaps there is no such thing as a free lunch, even if halal?

  4. Wayne, the foundation wish to concentrate on MENA countries as they feel the need is greatest there.

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