Taman Sri Nibong RA Log

June 15, 2018

Mobile Photography Workshop

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– PDL Mobile Photography Workshop –

Want to take better selfies? Or better vacation photos on your mobile? Or use many of the features available on your mobile to edit your photos?

Then come and join us in this workshop

Date : 20 June 2018 (Wednesday)
Time : 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Address : 1 Jalan Kaki Bukit, 11700 Gelugor, Penang
Age Group : 13-17 years old
Fee : RM10 (Members)
RM12 (Non-Member)

Location : https://goo.gl/maps/QjffLnkrokk

For enquiry, please call us:
James Chiah 012-4261968
Kaamini 016-4238036

Registration Link: https://goo.gl/forms/v096n9u4LbBtXfv43

*Note: Please bring a mobile phone


IAPWA Fundraising Evening with Jimmy Fong

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IAPWA (International Aid for the Protection & Welfare of Animals) is a UK NGO founded in 2009 to provide veterinary care and support to thousands of dogs and cats every year. IAPWA also believes in education and working with the governing authorities to achieve long term change and better protection for the animals. IAPWA Penang is one of the many projects worldwide in collaboration with government authorities. A Memorandum of Understanding was secured in Aug 2017 with the local council of Penang Island (MBPP) to trap, neuter and release stray dogs as a more humane and effective way to reduce stray population. To achieve this mission in Penang, we need your support to educate and promote TNR effort, to heed our calls for volunteers and donate to our cause for the innocent strays and abandoned animals.

IAPWA Intermnational website

Donation can be made into
Paypal at penang@iapwa.org
Maybank Account : 507068618056
Name: Independent Aid For Protection And Welfare of Animals


Read about Jimmy Fong in Star 2 HERE 

Penang musician and John Denver fan Jimmy Fong goes ‘Down Memory Lane’


Listen to Jimmy Fong sing ‘Memories of Penang’






Selamat Hari Raya from all of us in TSNRA

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June 1, 2018

Making Penang Free from Food Waste

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Making Penang Free From Food Waste by Calvin Chan

Date : Saturday, 2nd June, 2018

Time : 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Venue : 46, Pengkalan Weld, George Town Malaysia


At least 15,000 tonnes of Food Waste is wasted Daily as reported by The Star. 8000 can be avoided but due to lack of environmentally conscious, we throw them away into the landfill without having a heart for it. So how can we play a role in the society to prevent those 8000 tones from going into the landfill? You can make a change!

What Attendees Will Learn:

1) Why your small action can make a big difference?
2) How is Food Waste contributing to Climate Change?
2) Innovative ways to reduce food waste
3) How can you be part of the Green Citizen Concept

About Calvin Chan

Calvin Chan is a Penang Green Activist and Penang Green Idol 2016. In 2017, he set up Food Plus Life to tackle the issue of Food Surplus that leads to Food Waste. At least 300kg of avoidable Food Waste is prevented from going into the landfills weekly. He also set up Hope Street and Mushin Care where the public and any at all can donate food surplus and groceries to those in need such as the low-income family. Furthermore recently, he set up 3 Food Bank in Penang and Scoopoint is one of it!

Visit website to register & get free ticket : GET TICKET

May 19, 2018

Penang Monthly Updates

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Penang Monthly, the voice of Penang.

Penang Monthly endeavours to be the mouthpiece of Penang and an inspiring read for the curious Malaysian. A publication of Penang Institute, it aims to supply Penangites with information about significant issues in order to promote public participation, thus encouraging discussions about the various aspects of Penang’s fates and fortunes.

At the same time, we seek to profile Penang personalities who have contributed, sometimes in very unassuming but critical ways, to the reputation and wellbeing of the state, and to put the spotlight on ordinary Penangites who otherwise go unnoticed, but who nevertheless define the culture of the state in essential ways.

As Penang evolves, we would like to highlight its importance as a generator of culture, education, industry and cosmopolitan values – not just in our features, but also in in-depth analyses of the culture economy. We aspire to emphasise present trends in the arts, industry, politics and economics which affect the immediate future of the state and country.

On top of that, apart from our monthly socio-economic data section, we also provide a quarterly economic review, offering reliable socioeconomic data for the benefit of decision makers in government and the private sector.

An all-round read indeed.

Our Team:
Ooi Kee Beng, Editor
Julia Tan, Deputy Editor
Tim-Niklas Schoepp, Economics Editor
Nic Lee, Art Director
Regina Hoo, Writer
OGL Consultancy, Business Manager

Read Penang Monthly here

Rainwater Harvesting System

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From Penang Green Council :

In the efforts of promoting green practices, it is often more important to make things happen than preaching slogans. Penang State Government allocate funding in green incentives to promote sustainable use of resources and development every year.

The Penang Rainwater Harvesting Incentive (PRHI) is one of the State Government’s initiatives and is now open for application!

Many of you might not know that only 6% of Penang’s total land areas are designated for water catchment, and Penang is highly depending on raw water source from Sungai Muda, Kedah. Hence, it is crucial for Penangites to practice water saving at home and in offices. PRHI is introduced by the Penang State Government as an incentive for commercial and residential building owners or their appointed Joint Management Body (JMB) with installed rainwater harvesting system. This incentive aims to reduce the dependency of treated water for non-potable purposes and encourage healthy water use practices amongst Penangites.

The FIRST 10 applicants with completed application and documents will receive an incentive of RM500, on a first-come, first-served basis.

The application is open until October 2018 only.

Hurry up and apply for PRHI at https://goo.gl/jbKDbm now!

International Youth Conference 2018

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Beating Liver Cancer

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Offerings in Dance Concert

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April 23, 2018

Stress : Are We Coping?

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