Mid-Autumn Festival is around the corner ! It is on 4th October 2017. Lets celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival together with bright lanterns and sweet mooncakes. Yahoo! Bill the hornbill wishes all Happy Mid-Autumn Festival.
What is Mid-Autumn Festival ? Lets find out more .
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It is very common to find symbols on product packages, which to the naked eyes an art, but it does convey important messages on how to handle it properly and how to dispose them correctly. Improper disposal may cause harm to the environment as we know it.
Lets learn to recognize them and act according to the specification. Your next correct move may means save the environment or the people you love.
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When the world is wondering what is the latest mega project in the Land of the Hornbill – Sarawak, the answer will be the 2,333km long Pan Borneo Highway (1,089km long highway on Sarawak side) stretches from Telok Melano at the southwestern tip of Sarawak to Serudong in Sabah across Brunei. “Efficient Connections” had been the key motto of the mega project.
This ambitious project not only to upgrade the existing road infrastructure, but also improved connectivity inter-state and inter-country, that will be the game changer that will catalyses the economic growth along the north coast of Borneo Island, which forms the backbone of the Northern Economic Corridor of Borneo Island.
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“perspective” by definitions means “a point of view“. There is always a subject (reference) that is perceiving and objects that is being perceived. It generates an understanding of the object depends on way it may perceived.
Widely used in geometry and photography, which a certain way of presentation can give an illusion of height and depth. In art, perspective gives a 3 dimensional ideas on a 2 dimensional drawing.
With existence of relativity in perceiving an object, no two person will generates exactly identical impression and conclusion on same object, although it can be similar to each other.
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Do you know that Hybrid and Electric Vehicles are slowly mature in the international market ? With currently technology, many limitations and myths of these “Environmental Friendly” Vehicles are broken.
Do you know that driving electrical vehicles in Sarawak is much more cheaper than driving electrical vehicles in Peninsular Malaysia ? What cause the difference?
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It is easily to be seen from a naked eyes that when you cut down a rainforest tree, you gain a timber. But is life so easy as 1+1=2 ? Let’s find out the maths. You will be surprised to know that the short and long term environmental effect of one timber down.
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Do you know that, by using clear water bottles filled with water can make fire for your campfire while stuck in the Rainforest? Do you know that leaving the same bottle in the car can cause fire too ? What’s the mystery behind the warning ?
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logging in Sarawak is a serious business. Billions of revenue in sight, Billions of resources at stake. However logging doesn’t just means cutting down trees. Wonder what is happening during logging and what effects does it have on environment? It is an art of deforestation ?
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Around the world there is many sinking cities. Many attribute to unstable grounds and raising sea levels. In Sarawak there is also a sinking town, it is nevertheless the town of Sibu. There are many areas of Sibu town affected badly by land subsidence issues. So what happens back there ? Is the land actually sinking ? What cause the chain of events ?
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“Do Sarawakians stay in tree house?” It was a very famous question that had been ask over and over again till the last decade. It is a simple question that can raise many frustrated answers.
Most of the time this question is asked because of curiosity rather than a statement to enrage. But why occasionally we still face such questions ? It is a pure myth or a conditional truth ?
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