I was born yesterday,… trouble seemed so far away…
I was born in the 1960’s and grew up in rural Malacca before moving to a residential school in Ipoh and later to United States and Britain for tertiary education.
I’m an educator working for a university, conveying message to prospective chemical engineers on the need to protect the world, while enjoying its bounties.
I’m also a researcher, continually developing and improving processes that convert natural resources into products useful for our livelihood.
I carry out training and consultancy to support the manufacturing industries as part of my contribution in making Malaysia a wealthier nation.
I’m a firm believer that a social development must progress in tandem with those physical ones. This motivates me to remain active as a social worker.
Whenever I managed to steal time from hectic life, I frequent the South China Sea searching for tranquility while enjoying deep-sea fishing actions. At times you may also find me up in the mountain in a sweat-soaked attire. I love nature and intends to help preserving it.
Life is indeed an uphill journey. Before reaching the top, lots of struggle and sacrifices must be made. Climbing a steep terrain in one instance, descending to valleys – deep or shallow at other instances. The ultimate aim is to reach the highest peak. God-willing, those who persevere will succeed.
This is a collection of my thoughts and life experiences, some of which might be useful to any readers.