Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Thank You 2009 and Welcome 2010

It's a matter of days left in 2009 and then 2010 will take over for the next 12 months. It has been a good but challenging year for me with a wet, wet beginning in Matu due to the floods. The flood gave me a rare experience of being a victim myself and at the same time being in the responsibility to manage other victims. Hopefully there'll be no flood in Matu or elsewhere in Mukah Division or in Sarawak in 2010.

My Matu days was cut short as I have to take up a new responsibility in Mukah on April 17, right at the start of the famous Kaul Festival. I'm happy cos it's nearer to home but on April 19, everything changed. My beloved father left me forever...

From there onward, 2009 moved on at a different pace, probably an uncertain direction. Life has been very challenging. It was struggling on and friends has been very kind. The power of friends is just beautiful, they made me a stronger person and I hope that I've made them stronger persons too along the way.

Then I came to Facebook and there I got more friends everyday.

So to all friends, I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a very, very Happy New Year 2010. May all your dreams comes true and our life be filled with love and peace always.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

On & Off August

August is moving towards the end and Malaysia's National Day will roll up the month, although there was no MALAYSIA yet on August 31st 1957 until some years later on a different date. That I leave it open. And this posting is just to recall some dates around August which I would like to keep records on.

Haze, drought and bush fires dragged into August from July until rain cleared the skies of Sarawak a week in, and Mukah got the big share from the cloud-seeding (is it?) on August 11th. What a relief for everybody. But it looks like we should be preparing for the wet days, I mean very wet days now. Flood? Oh no, not again, please. Soft landing, please! Whatever, go to be ready.

August 16th 2009 was the 32nd anniversary of the King of Rock n Roll's death, who died mysteriously at 42 in his home at Graceland, Memphis. Love his songs, especially on live concerts. Elvis Aaron Presley is Always On My Mind, though his death caused some Suspicious Mind among someone in the Heartbreak Hotel on Blue Suede Shoes, doing the Jailhouse Rock....and many, many more!

August 16th is also a big day for my Yummy Yummy. It's her birthday. Happy Birthday, my dear. Don't mind to tell me how old (young) you are? Still a secret....hmmm, okay. A year older, a year wiser and richer, too. Start to have silver in our hair, gold in our teeth, an extra pair of eyes and so on.

Come August 22nd. Number 22, my favourite huh. That's my second son, Arthur-Garret's birthday, 22 years old. Second of the Fantastic Four, no girls team. Happy Birthday, young man.

The fasting month for our Muslim friends started on the same day and so is the Bazaar Ramadhan. Time to share the spirit of 1Malaysia. See you there. Selamat Berpuasa to our Muslim friends.

Wow, school holiday is here, too. Holiday time for our kids till August 31st. But not so holiday for my 3rd boy, Eugene who will be having his SPM examination soon. Study smart and good luck, son.

Winding up August will be the National Day. No big do. Fasting month, H1N1 will put the celebration on a much smaller scale but hopefully with the same level of 1Malaysia feeling.

Happy Merdeka Month and Happy Merdeka Day, friends.

Friday, July 17, 2009

The Green Team Of Menara Pehin Setia Raja

I called them the Green Team of Menara Pehin Setia Raja, Mukah. They take care of the cleanliness of Menara Pehin Setia Raja; mop, sweep, shine and wash the toilets, corridors, lifts, staircase etc. They started early morning, before you and I come to office and continues again at noon break, everyday. They may not be 'hanging around' like the 'spidermen' but when you walk along a clean and shiny corridor, lift or a clean and 'friendly' toilets in the Menara Pehin Setia Raja, you know they are around.

A sign of the Green Team in action

Right down to the drains ... together as a team

One for the camera. Thank you, Green Team for keeping the building clean and 'green'.

Just imagine the building without them, hmmmm...

Saturday, July 4, 2009

To Smoke Or Not To Smoke

Smoking, who doesn't know what's smoking. Cigarettes, cigars, pipes etc. Some likes it, some don't. Some smoke for peace (smoke peace pipe, no war!!) or some maybe for real peace of mind. Some may just smoke for fun (at least that's what they say). For whatever reason, they still produce smokes. For peace, for real or for fun, there's still smokes in the air.

While some enjoy smoking (especially after meal - considered compulsory), someone somewhere is struggling to stop. And so the 'war' is on.

Quit Campaign

There's nothing wrong with smoking, anyway. Hazardous to health, pollution are some common 'warning' about smoking. The 'Tak Nak' campaign and then the 'scary' (is it?) pictures on the cigarette packets are some reminders to smokers about the 'not so good side' of smoking. So the authorities have done part to help smokers stop smoking. Some will, some will try, some will put it on their next year's 'azam' and some will never will unless a medical adviser say so.

I Quit, My Way

I was once a smoker myself, very much committed to it for 10 years. (whole of the 1980s) Tried to quit on numerous occasion but will only last for a week or even a month or two and then there it comes again. But 23rd December 1989 made the difference. Enjoying my cigarette alone in the office, I suddenly have this 'silly' idea of comparing the similarities between cigarette smokes and the smoke from rubbish burning. Of course the smoke from the rubbish fire will be the unlucky one. Nobody likes it - dirty, smelly etc. That 'silly' idea has made myself in a 'silly' situation - hating the other and enjoying another. Without finishing that last stick, off it goes and so is the rest of its balance in the packet. Damn easy, no substitute, no nothing - just me and that 'silly' idea and never look back.

The Secret a.k.a. The Strength

Yes, never looking back. I never look back at smoking by looking forward at freedom. Freedom is what everybody wants. Smoking has robbed me of all those freedom that I should have enjoyed. I don't smoke in front of my kids - that's at least five minutes less time with them each stick. We can't smoke in the office, in meetings or other public places - so we have to 'hide' somewhere to recharge. Going out of stock at times we really need one will turn us crazy. We willingly become loyal to the habit - sacrificing freedom.

After almost 20 years of non-smoking days and nights, freedom is my strength. Look at what freedom means to us, appreciate it, enjoy it. But if you still enjoy smoking, just go on. If otherwise, think of the FREEDOM that you will enjoy. I'm not campaigning for any side but just to share some experience....with both side.


Tuesday, May 26, 2009

The Spidermen of Menara Pehin Setia Raja

The Spidermen of Menara Pehin Setia Raja is in action again this week, making sure the glass panels around the building are clean all year round. Clean and it will look good from the outside and sure will provide a clean view of Mukah town from the inside.

It's not an easy job if you're not good at 'hanging around'. These guys are good. According to one of the 'spiderman' that I met, cleaning the whole 12 floors of MPSR without weather 'interruption' will take around 2 - 3 weeks.

The 'spidermen' in action at the 10th Floor

Another view from above

Column by column ...

That's half-way down


Equipment check before another trip up

Posing for the camera while getting a more comfortable lift up in the lift.
Thank you, guys

These are the guys who exposed themselves to the daily heat of the day and even to danger but we seldom pay any attention. So this posting is dedicated to the window cleaners of Menara Pehin Setia Raja, Mukah.

Salute you all, guys. Keep up the good job cos when the building shines, you will shine too.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Happy Birthday, Apak

Today, May 21st 2009 - is your birthday.

Happy Birthday, Apak.

Thinking of you & loving you always.

From : PPS, Mum, Toy, Aby, Joy & Ian

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

May 13th ...1Malaysia

Woke up early this morning and the date today looks very familiar, 13th May. Today, May 13th 2009 - nothing big, nothing special (although everyday is big and special in its own way) but just another day, another Wednesday of the week.

But the date has some 'old story' to tell if we bring it back to 1969. May 13th 1969 - a date some of us may want to forget or maybe some want to treasure, depending on how we look at it. Everything happen for a reason, and so is May 13th 1969. I was 10 years old then, so I don't really have any first hand knowledge about it. Through reading, it sounds 'bad' and definitely 'not interesting' to the naturally multi-racial Malaysia.

So on this day, as much as we treasured other 'big' days such as the New Year's Day, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Nurses' Day and many more to come, May 13th 1969 may be remembered as the main ingredient to 1Malaysia, the Malaysia that should have been. A 'Malaysia' where everybody is proud to call themselves Malaysians.

May 13th 1969 - a price paid for a lesson. 1Malaysia - a sacrifice need to be made.

Proud to be Malaysian. Peace.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

My Favourite Number

May 3 2009, my Kembara reached my favourite number(s) - 22222 followed by 22259 during my 7-hour drive from Sri Aman to Mukah.

Number 2 is my all-time favourite. I was born in February which is the 2nd month of the year, on the 22nd day, in 1959 which makes it 22259.

And in Mukah, B22 is my new 'home'. B is also the 2nd alphabet.

Number 2 also means that Number 1 is just a step away. So, that keeps the engine running, to get closer to No. 1, which is HIM, the all-time No. 1. Peace...

Monday, April 27, 2009

Thank You, Apak

Peter Salam Juna
21.5.1933 - 19.4.2009

Thank you, Apak for being my father, daddy, buddy, friend, foe, partner, adviser etc. Thank you, Apak for being everything to me. You taught me how to cry, crawl, fall, walk, talk and everything else I need to be a good son. Thank you, Apak for the beautiful memories. Things may not be the same again but those memories will be with me forever.

May your soul REST IN PEACE. Amen

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Sun Sets The Viewty

As usual, a fine day's evening at the Igan Ferry Point is always a viewtiful experience, ending the day with relaxing views of the sunset. It's a gift from the Almighty for those who LOVE PEACE.

Blue ...

Turned gold ...

And this biker lady has got a piece of it

Monday, April 6, 2009

Polling Day Will Say It All (Updated)

My interpretation of number 7 in my last posting as '007' maybe a too-movie-like mission for the new PM. But comes tomorrow, April 7 is for real. As I'm finding words and ideas for this posting, I'm sure our hard-working election campaigners in the three constituencies are busy finding the best space on the table for the last piece of the puzzle. Some work hard, some work smart, maybe some hardly work!

To work hard may be easily understood. It's about playing all the cards on the table. But to work smart, it's about playing the right card at the right time. And so are these by-elections' workers. We've seen them work hard but we can't be sure whether they've work smart . Personally, I believe that those who work smart will have a better chance of finding their way through. We'll see tomorrow.

As for now, the campaigners will have an 8-hour cooling down between 12.00 midnight tonight and 8.00 am tomorrow where the voters will take over. The talking has been done, hopefully convincing enough. By 8.00 am, it will be interpreted onto the ballot papers. While every candidate is confident of winning, only the ballot papers will have the final say.

Good luck. May the best man win.


Congratulation, Mr. Malcolm Mussen Lamoh (BN) on your victory...

Friday, April 3, 2009

Today In Numbers - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 - The number 1 man, our PM Pak Lah steps down as planned

2 - His number 2, the DPM took over and was sworn in as the new PM

3 - It all happen on the 3rd day of the month

4 - What month? 4 a.k.a. April

5 - It's Friday, the 5th day of the week

6 - Yes, he's the 6th PM of Malaysia

7 - Anything about this number? Of course, can he be the 007 of Malaysia?

Politically, socially and economically - we really need one! God Bless Malaysia

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

March's Over, April's Full

Today, March 31 is the last day of the first quarter of 2009. Tomorrow will be April 1 and the first thing that we will think of is the April Fool. Never mind, just do what should be done, even to the extend of fooling your friend(s), in the spirit of April Fool, even though nobody is certain of how April Fool got its name unlike the Valentine's Day.

But what makes April full? Right, as I've said, March is the end of the first quarter of the current year. So, what's our first quarter report? We need to look back and prepare the report. A report needed to plan for the next quarter, the quarter that will make the first half of 2009. That should make our 'table' full.

Besides the 'reporting' and 'planning' business for the next quarter, Mukah will have some real business to do. This fast-growing coastal town will be full with activities of the Pesta Kaul 2009, which will start as early as the middle of April even though the official 'ritual' will be by the last weekend of the month. So, to make sure that you'll be up-dated with the activities, I'll post them once they've been confirmed by the organisers.

See, April is full (and fool if you want to do it on April 1). And just imagine if there is somebody telling you, "I want to see the report of the first quarter on my table tomorrow!!!". Come April 1, he'll just say, "It's April Fool , my friend"

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Go Ferrari

F1 2009 season vroooms off today in Melbourne with the qualifying round. New teams, new engines, new drivers - all out for the new season. And me, I'm still with Ferrari. Though champion in the constructors category in the 2008 season, its driver, Felipe Massa was a point behind McLaren's Lewis Hamilton for the drivers championship.

For the 2009 season, Ferrari will be going for the titles again with Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen in their red machines.

Ready!!! 1...2...3...4...Go! Good luck, Ferrari

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Suns of Matu

There may be only one sun, at least the one that we belong to. But any early morning drive from Matu to Mukah and a late evening return back to Matu proves that Matu has many suns. A different display of sunrise and sunset everyday. Something that gives drivers a refreshing start and a relaxing end to the day.

Driving into the early morning sun(s)

Driving back into the sunset

Cruising across the Igan River

Indeed refreshing and relaxing. What happen in between the rise and the set is ours to decide!

Sunday, March 22, 2009

A Small Touching Story

I got this story through an email from a friend and it sounds good, good enough to share it with the world .....

A man came home from work late, tired and irritated, to find his 5-year old son waiting for him at the door.

SON: "Daddy, may I ask you a question?"

DAD: "Yeah sure, what is it?"

SON: "Daddy, how much do you make an hour?"

DAD: "That's none of your business. Why do you ask such a thing?"

SON: "I just want to know. Please tell me, how much do you make an hour?"

DAD: "If you must know, I make RM100 an hour."

SON: "Oh," the little boy replied, with his head down.

SON: "Daddy, may I please borrow RM50?"

The father was furious, "If the only reason you asked that is so you can borrow some money to buy a silly toy or some other nonsense, then you march yourself straight to your room and go to bed. Think about why you are being so selfish. I work hard everyday for such this childish behavior."

The little boy quietly went to his room and shut the door.

The man sat down and started to get even angrier about the little boy's questions. How dare he ask such questions only to get some money?

After about an hour or so, the man had calmed down, and started to think: Maybe there was something he really needed to buy with that RM50 and he really didn't ask for money very often. The man went to the door of the little boy's room and opened the door.

"Are you asleep, son?" He asked.

"No daddy, I'm awake," replied the boy.

"I've been thinking, maybe I was too hard on you earlier" said the man.

"It's been a long day and I took out my aggravation on you. Here's the RM50 you asked for."

The little boy sat straight up, smiling. "Oh, thank you daddy!" He yelled.

Then, reaching under his pillow he pulled out some crumpled up bills. The man saw that the boy already had money, started to get angry again. The little boy slowly counted out his money, and then looked up at his father.

"Why do you want more money if you already have some?" the father grumbled.

"Because I didn't have enough, but now I do," the little boy replied.

"Daddy, I have RM100 now, can I buy an hour of your time?

Please come home early tomorrow. I would like to have dinner with you."

The father was crushed. He put his arms around his little son, and he begged for his forgiveness.

It's just a short reminder to all of us working so hard in life. We should not let time slip through our fingers without spending some time with those who really matter to us, those close to our heart.

So, do remember to share that RM100 worth of your time with someone you love.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Who's To Blame?

There was a story about four people.

Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody.

There was an important job to be done.

Everybody was asked to do it.

Everybody was sure Somebody would do it.

Anybody could have done it but Nobody did it.

Somebody got angry about that

because it was Everybody’s job.

Everybody thought Anybody could do it,

but Nobody realised

that Everybody wouldn’t do it .

It ended up that Everybody blamed Somebody,

when actually

Nobody asked Anybody.

Blaming you, blaming me but there's no YOU or ME in there ..... so who will take it? ASK yourself while I'll ASK myself, fair?

Igan Ferry In The Mist

March 18, 0730 hrs - the Matu-Igan ferry was already loaded with vehicles but it's not going anywhere, just yet. Visibility was only around 50 meters. It's a misty, misty morning. Reminds me of the haze. So we waited for nature to clear itself.

The ferry managed to find its way across some 30 minutes later, through the fading mist.



Landing point at Matu mainland

Full but not going anywhere

The other ferry into the mist

Landing point at Igan mainland

Misty, uncertainty is just another beginning of a new day. A challenge in its own way, making us a better person each day.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Golfing In Sri Aman?

You may have heard of the tidal bore (benak) and its annual festival or the ferocious Bujang Senang of Batang Lupar when you talk about Sri Aman. The tidal bore will occur during king tides and the Sarawak Government Almanac is a good guide for its timing. As for the Bujang Senang, enough is enough; let the mysterious croc-attacks be history.

But golfing in Sri Aman may not sound very familiar. People will ask, do you have a golf course in Sri Aman? To me, it’s a very fair question because it’s not as popular and well-known as the DGCC or the KGS.

The Pakit Camp Golf Club was established in 1991, based at an army camp in Pakit, 15 km from Sri Aman town. Starting off with 3 holes then, presently the golf course is a nine-hole par 35 stretching 2,515 meters in between the army offices and quarters buildings. Due to the ‘not so fair’ fairway, golf is played under the local rule of ‘preferred lie’ within one-club length not nearer to the hole all the way here. There’s no buggies or caddies to ‘enlighten’ players but bag carriers is available on request from the army personnel or you can bring your own. Trolleys will be easier and of a big help throughout this challenging course.

To get a better picture of the course, here’s some stats hole by hole.

Hole 1 - Par 3, 147 meters with the OB on the left and hazard on the right. A bunker is waiting if you tee-off far over the green.

Hole 2 - Par 4, 277 meters with a wide fairway but too much left or right will end you up in the OB on both sides. A bunker is just before the green.

Hole 3 - Par 3, 144 meter. Blind green up the hill with the hazard on the left.

Original and long-time golfer of Pakit Camp Golf Club, William Linang tees off at Hole 3

Hole 4 - Par 4, 243 meters is a good chance for hard hitters to go for an eagle or a birdie at least. All the way on the left is OB.

Hole 5 - Par 5, 413 meters gives a narrow and tricky fairway for medium distant hitters with the OB on the left and the hazard on the right. The next shot onward should easier once the green is in sight.

Hole 6 - Par 3, 150 meters with the hazard on the right and OB on the left. A chance for a hole-in-one prize here during tournaments.

Hole 7 - Par 4, 295 meters with the hazard on the right, OB on the left and also the right towards the hole.

Hole 8 - Par 4, 335 meters is a walk back on fairway 7 with hazard all the way on the left and OB all the way on the right.

Hole 9 - Par 5, 511 meters is a long walk back to the clubhouse. A ‘zig-zag’ fairway, the green uphill is only visible after the 3rd shot on regulation.

Whenever I got a chance to shoot back to Sri Aman (from Matu) during long weekends, this will be my favourite playground for a good afternoon walk with friends like William, Sabestian, Peter Manjan, Bobby, Choon Poh, TC Peng ... to mention a few.

So, next time you’re in Sri Aman, bring along your gears to Pakit Camp and try your skill at this challenging course. Happy golfing …..

Friday, March 6, 2009

What A Week

What a week it was for me this week, packed and interestingly shorter though still with the same number of days! Kicking off with opening of the Development Exhibition at the Dewan Suarah Mukah on Sunday, March 1 which my office participated. I have to rush back to Matu in the afternoon for another function - the Malam Mesra Ria Matu 2009 held at the Matu Waterfront at 8 pm.

The function was attended by YB Encik Abu Seman Jahwie, ADUN N.38 Jemoreng who later gave away prizes to winners of various competition such as karaoke, poco-poco, shuffle, Ratu Kebaya Remaja etc that kept the crowd till 12.30 am.

Next morning I rushed back to Mukah for a meeting regarding the YAB Chief Minister's visit to Mukah. Since my office Land Cruiser is still 'in the dock' due to the last flood, I have to rely on my Kembara, my reliable Kembara. Back to Matu late in the evening, it's all the household routines - laundry, ironing and 'surfing'.

March 3, 8.30 am - I attended the installation of the new councillors of the Matu-Daro District Council (MDMD) of which I was part of. The ceremony was followed by a lunch and later a meeting with councillors.

March 4 was my only full day in the office this week which enabled me to clear off my table, mails and entertain some public. Late evening it was another rush back to Mukah for a meeting next morning.

The SDMC meeting on March 5 attended by Permanent Secretaries and Residents, and chaired by the State Secretary, Datuk Amar Wilson Baya Dandot was held at the Menara Pehin Setia Raja. The State Secretary later went for site visits to some ongoing projects around the Division.

Today, March 6 was a big one. YAB Chief Minister Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud visited Mukah to hand over some financial assistance to the recent flood and fire victims in Mukah Division which was held at the Politeknik Mukah.

After the Friday prayers, the Chief Minister spent some time at the Development Exhibition at the Dewan Suarah Mukah. And of course, he visited our booth which brings back some memories of the old days of Matu.

Thank you, YAB Pehin Sri... from all of us in Matu

What better way can I ask for to end the week than this. Another week gone and another one will come, and I AM READY. We all should be!

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

MDMD Councillors Sworn In

The new councillors of Matu-Daro District Council (MDMD) took their oath of office at the MDMD office in Matu today, March 1 for a one year term from Jan 1 to Dec 31 2009. The swearing-in ceremony was witnessed by YB Encik Abu Seman Jahwie, ADUN for N.38 Jemoreng.

In his speech, he urged the councillors to be of an exemplary personality, be knowledgeable on current issues, proactive and acceptive to change. The appointment must be considered as a recognition to them by the government on their ability to serve the people, he added.

The swearing-in, a blend of old and new, and young as well.

One for the album. YB Abu Seman with the councillors after the ceremony.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Trapped Kancil

As I rushed back to Matu from the development exhibition in Mukah on March 1, I was a little bit shock to see something very rare here - a road accident. A Kancil seems to have got out of control and trapped by the roadside along the stretch after the Igan - Matu junction to the ferry point, at one of the few sharp bend.

According to a resident staying nearby, the accident happened at around 4.30 pm the day before, Feb 28. Other than that, I don't get much information about the passengers but I hope they are okay.

This stretch of the road may be very quiet and the volume of traffic is very low but a few sharp bends may need some extra caution. A split second of carelessness may be very costly.

This posting is meant as a reminder to all of us that accident can happen anywhere but with patience and extra care while on the wheel, we can make the difference.

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Pameran Pembangunan 45 Tahun Sarawak Maju Dalam Malaysia

The 'Pameran Pembangunan 45 Tahun Sarawak Maju Dalam Malaysia', both state and divisional level will be held at the Dewan Suarah Mukah from the 1st - 14th March 2009. Most government and private agencies around Mukah Division took part and today, Feb 28, everybody is busy with the preparation, with some will probably go into the night. The exhibition, which will be officiated by YB Dato' Sri Dr. Muhammad Leo Toyad, MP for P.213 Mukah at 9.30 am on March 1, will be open to public from 10 am - 5 pm (Mon - Fri) and 10 am - 8 pm (Sat - Sun).

The publicity is on .....

The preparation is on .....

And so is my office.....

So see you there at the Dewan Suarah Mukah. Bring along your whole family to experience the past, present and future of Sarawak.

Updates - March 1 2009 :

As scheduled, the exhibition was officiated by YB Dato' Sri Muhammad Leo Toyad, MP for P.213 Mukah at 9.30 am today, despite the heavy downpour in the early morning. In his speech, YB Dato' Sri Leo hoped that this exhibition will be the source of positive information to the public about the development in the State. He called upon the grass-root leaders to assist in explaining to the people about the development policies undertaken by the government to provide prosperiety for them.

YB Dato' Sri Muhammad Leo Toyad (centre) with YB Encik Abu Seman Jahwie, ADUN N.38 Jemoreng, Encik Dahim Nadot of SIMU, Mukah Resident Tuan Hj. Abdullah Jamil and Mukah District Officer Encik Mohamad Nawawi

YB Dato' Sri Leo officiating the exhibition

Stressing a point at the Matu District map on display during his visit around the exhibition

Beside the exhibition, Mukah is also celebrating its 7th year being the 10th Division of Sarawak today. Though only in the 'primary school age', much expectation is ahead for Mukah Division to SCORE its goals in the development corridor of Sarawak.


While everybody is busy with the exhibition and birthday celebration, Matu-Daro stall is already making some good business with its unique handy crafts and traditional biscuits put on for sale. So drop by and you may find something interesting to bring back.

Matu - Daro stall - open for business

To see more of the exhibition, you need to come over and see it for yourself cos SEEING IS BELIEVING.