Greetings from Kuala Lumpur and Phnom Penh for Xmas and 2018

December 23, 2017

Greetings from Kuala Lumpur and Phnom Penh for Xmas and 2018

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Dr. Kamsiah Haider in Kuala Lumpur and Din Merican in Phnom Penh wish all our friends and associates around the world a Merry Christmas 2017 and prosperous New Year, 2018. We are indeed grateful for your warm friendship and support we enjoyed during 2017. We forward to working with you in the coming year and together we can make our world a better place.
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We have little time for politicians and ideologues as they are a crop of egoistic, misogynistic  and greedy people. All we have to do is to look at Syria, Yemen, Myanmar, Somalia, Libya, Afghanistan and other places to see for ourselves their handiwork. People are their victims, especially women, children and the elderly. They have lost the moral high ground and we must put our differences aside and work hard for peace.
On the occasion of Christmas and the New Year 2018, may we ask Michael Jackson to sing for us his famous song, Make The World a Better Place. –Dr. Kamsiah Haider and Din Merican.

12 thoughts on “Greetings from Kuala Lumpur and Phnom Penh for Xmas and 2018

  1. bro din a very merry x’mas to everyone connected to your said frequency!!! from thiaga and family…ex.Phnom Penh
    Thiaga, great to hear from you. What are you doing now? –Din

  2. Thank you, Din! And here’s wishing you and Dr Kamsiah a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Sydney!!! Best, Dean, Santalia and Sammie

  3. Din, Salam & HNY to y & yr wife & fly from me here in San Jose, where I & my wife help look after our g’kids in CA. Yr blog is good & I regularly read it. Keep up yr good work. I may write about concept of representative bureaucracy & its application in M’sia. God willing we hv a change of govt in our beloved M’sia. @ very minimum deny present regime 2/3 majority, otherwise hudud might come. If y r in CA contact me. I am in touch with Dr, Bakri whose clinic is some 20 miles away. Dr. KJ John (my PTD Jr) is visiting CA & Dr. B & I hope to meet him. Rgds

    Thanks for your kind comments re my blog. My warm wishes to you and Mrs. Please say hello to Dr. Bakri and Karen and Dr. KjJohn. –Din

  4. To all my friends who celebrate the midwinter holidays, wishing you a Merry Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, a Harmonious Chinese Winter Solstice Festival and a Happy New Year.

  5. Din, thank you for providing a platform of good reading material through the years.

    Have a Merry Christmas and a very peaceful New Year to you and all your readers.

    • aitze,

      Thank you to you too for using this blog to share your ideas and exchange your views. It takes time and effort on my part to manage this blog. And it is a real challenge to put up relevant and topical issues and sustain the interest of my esteemed readers around the world. I would not have devoted a decade without the encouragement and moral support from friends like you and others. I am humbled and honored. Merry Xmas and a Great 2018.–Din

  6. When James Lord Pierpont wrote “The One Horse Open Sleigh” in 1857, the song was subtly different from the “Jingle Bells” we know today. The difference in the lyrics is pretty minor. The biggest change lies in the chorus. Pierpont’s original melody is statelier and more classical than the exuberant modern version; it features a slightly melancholy tone that belies the ostensible joy of the lyrics. If you listen closely, you’ll see how “Jingle Bells” earned its now-confusing reputation as a slightly racy song in the 19th century.

    The lyrics tell the story of a young couple going out in a sleigh ride before the sleigh overturns, and in its final verse, the song advises young men who want to pick up pretty girls to get themselves a really fast sleigh. Chicks dig fast cars, apparently. LOL

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