Tuesday, November 27, 2012

YB Datuk Fadilah Yusuf memeriahkan Taman Malihah

1Malaysia community event a good place to disseminate info — Deputy minister

Borneo Post November 26, 2012, Monday

WELCOME: Fadillah (right) is given a traditional welcome to the 1Malaysia Community event at the Malihah multipurpose hall.
KUCHING: The 1Malaysia community event is a good platform to disseminate reliable information to update the people.
In view of technological advancement where information can be obtained almost instantly, unverified and biased information would tip the scales to the detriment of our nation’s peace and solidarity.
“That is why it is important for leaders from the top to grassroots levels to be constantly updated and informed by their peers,” said Deputy minister of Science, Technology and Innovation Datuk Fadillah Yusuf yesterday.
Speaking during the launch of the 1Malaysia Community event at Taman Malihah multipurpose hall, Fadillah also said unity is the strength of our nation, which should be safeguarded at all costs.
For the nation to progress further, Fadillah, who is also Petra Jaya MP, added that positive values within the community must go beyond the developments of infrastructure.
“We must stay united, able to respect each other and willing to work together with everyone regardless of their race and background,” said Fadillah.
On another note, Fadillah said the 1Malaysia community event is to prepare the community to face global challenges and heightened their response towards the government’s transformation programme.
The 1Malaysia Community event, which is scattered throughout 234 residential and village areas in the state, should also identify the different segments of the community and try to garner their support, he said.
Meanwhile, the event yesterday saw the participation of Taman Allamanda Indah, Taman Malihah and Kolong 1 residents.
Among the activities held were a futsal competition and colouring competition.
Setting up booths during the event were several agencies including the Sarawak Health Department that conducted free health checks.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

YB Datuk Fadilah Yusuf membawa kerjasama 'Gangnam style" Korea ke Malaysia

PUTRAJAYA, 30 July 2012 - H.E. Dr. Kim Doh-Yeon, Chairman of Korea's National Science and Technology Commission (NSTC) expressed his country's keen interest to collaborate with Malaysia in R&D especially in the area of green technology. Dr. Kim said this during an hour-long discussion with YB. Datuk Haji Fadilah Haji Yusof, Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Malaysia in Putrajaya this morning. He led an eight-member delegation from NSTC, Korea Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning and the Korean Embassy.
NSTC was launched on 28th March 2011, as an agency with a mission to set S&T policy priorities and conduct inter-ministerial coordination of R&D programs and S&T policies in ROK. It was formed to improve the efficiency of R&D activities and S&T policy programmes primarily caused by the redundancy and duplication among R&D projects. According to Dr. Kim, for the year 2012, the NSTC received a budget of US$15 billion for R&D.
Dr. Kim Doh-Yeon stressed that R&D cooperation with Malaysia is part of his country's bigger plan to expand its R&D network in Asia. The NSTC Chairman iterated that Korea is focusing on green growth for the year 2012 and would like to collaborate with MOSTI and its agencies in pursuing R&D in green technology.
In response, YB. Datuk Haji Fadilah Haji Yusof said there are on-going R&D collaboration between governmental research institutions as well as between private sectors of both countries specifically on green energy from biomass and solar and this should be further enhanced. The Deputy Minister also conveyed MOSTI's interest to cooperate in eco-labelling and nuclear R&D.
Both sides agreed that biomass is a potential area for R&D cooperation between the two countries besides bio-based chemicals, carbon capturing bio agents and bioremediation.
On the way forward, Dr. Kim also agreed with Datuk Fadilah for the setting up of a direct link between MOSTI and NSTC, with the International Division as MOSTI's focal point.

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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Syabas Khairy Jamaludin berani mendesak kerajaan

Khairy Jamaludin berani menentang kerajaan untuk membela rakyat.  Mana pemimpin-pemimpin PBB?  Inilah bukti bahawa lebih baik tutup PBB dan UMNO masuk Sarawak.

PAS memuji hero negara Khairy Jamaluddin dan menawarkan khidmat guaman percuma kepada sesiapa yang melanggar had laju dan mahu melawan kerajaan.
Yang Amat Berhormat Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, Menteri Besar Selangor dalam ceramah bahawa AES tidak boleh didirikan di Selangor.