November 1, 2013 § Leave a comment

An Orangutan or its scientific name Pongo pygmaeus is the only mammal found on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra. Orangutan give a birth about once in 7 years, pregnancy is about 8 to 9 months. This Mammalian DNA is 97 percent similar to human DNA . In Peninsular Malaysia , the only conservation centre is located in Orang Utan Island at Bukit Merah , Perak. The Bukit Merah Orang Utan Island Foundation are given to responsibility to protect the survival of Orangutans. Every born of Orangutan will be monitored and given a proper treatment. Before being released into the wild, Infant Orangutan aged 1 to 3 years will be placed in the nursery. Hang Li Po , aged 1 year 6 months is the youngest son of the Orang Utan island . They are monitored and placed into the nursery with his other infant Orangutans. In the nursery , they are trained to be independent as finding food and nest before they are released to the real habitat .

HANG LI PO, PENYAMBUNG LEGASI Hang Li Po, the Bornean Orangutan, aged 1 year and 6 months, play at the infant Orangutan Kindergarten of Bukit Merah island foundation in Perak, 300 kilometres outside Kuala Lumpur, October 20, 2013. Orang Utan Island is the world’s first and only 5-acre rehabilitation and conservation facility where Orang Utans roam free. HANG LI PO, PENYAMBUNG LEGASI   An Orangutan named Hang Lipo, aged 1 year and 6 months, is carried by Orangutan Island staff as he is brought to a blood checking centre at the Bukit Merah island foundation in Perak, 300 kilometres outside Kuala Lumpur, October 20, 2013. Orang Utan Island is the world’s first and only 5-acre rehabilitation and conservation facility where Orang Utans roam free. HANG LI PO, PENYAMBUNG LEGASI

Hang Li Po, the Bornean Orangutan, aged 1 year and 6 months, play at the infant Orangutan Kindergarten of Bukit Merah island foundation in Perak, 300 kilometres outside Kuala Lumpur, October 20, 2013. Orang Utan Island is the world’s first and only 5-acre rehabilitation and conservation facility where Orang Utans roam free.

  HANG LI PO, PENYAMBUNG LEGASI Orangutan Island staff taking care of their infant Orangutan at the Bukit Merah island foundation in Perak, 300 kilometres outside Kuala Lumpur, October 20, 2013. Orang Utan Island is the world’s first and only 5-acre rehabilitation and conservation facility where Orang Utans roam free. HANG LI PO, PENYAMBUNG LEGASI

An Orangutan named Hang Lipo, aged 1 year and 6 months, is carried by Orangutan Island staff as he is brought to a blood checking centre at the Bukit Merah island foundation in Perak, 300 kilometres outside Kuala Lumpur, October 20, 2013. Orang Utan Island is the world’s first and only 5-acre rehabilitation and conservation facility where Orang Utans roam free.

HANG LI PO, PENYAMBUNG LEGASI

An Orangutan named Sarah, looking under the chair at the infant Orangutan Kindergarten of Bukit Merah island foundation in Perak, 300 kilometres  outside Kuala Lumpur, October 20, 2013. Orang Utan Island is the world’s first and only 5-acre rehabilitation and conservation facility where Orang Utans roam free.

Chinese Opera

August 20, 2012 § 4 Comments

A Chinese Malaysian to perform Chinese opera in Kuala Lumpur August 20, 2012. Chinese opera is a popular form of drama and musical theatre with roots going back as far as the third century CE in a more organized form began in the Tang Dynasty. This opera is seldom publicly staged in the 21st century, except in formal Chinese opera houses, and during the lunar seventh month Chinese Ghost Festival in Asia as a form of entertainment to the spirits and audience. These masks were based on the ancient face painting tradition where warriors decorated themselves to scare the enemy.

Super Junior

May 29, 2011 § Leave a comment

International South Korea’s boy band Super Junior perform on stage at the youth day event in Putrajaya May 28, 2011.

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Earth Hour 2011 “Save the Earth”

April 29, 2011 § Leave a comment

Volunteers participate in a “Save the Earth” by making candle to form the letter ‘E’ for Earth  after lights were turned off for Earth Hour in Kuala Lumpur March 26, 2011.

Volunteers participate in a “Save the Earth” by burning the candle after lights were turned off for Earth Hour in Kuala Lumpur March 26, 2011.

Volunteers participate in a “save the earth” by burning the candle after lights were turned off for Earth Hour in Kuala Lumpur March 26, 2011.

Volunteers participate in a “save the earth” by make pray and peace hand signing after lights were turned off for Earth Hour in Kuala Lumpur March 26, 2011.

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