Earlier symptom on H1N1

Subject: FW: Earlier symptom on H1N1

Hi all,

I was just informed by my GM whose her daughter has been down for fever think around 1 week. He took his daughter to Gleneagles Dr. Patrick for check-up. Dr. Patrick has gave him a very useful advice and i just wanted to share it with you guys.

When children has fever, the dr will prescribe the fever medicine to consume either in 4 or 6 hours period. I think all of you guys know very well on this. Normally the fever will go down after taken the medicine, and it will come back after 3 or 6 hours. But if it for H1N1 infectious, the fever will not be going down after taking the medicine and it will consistantly stay at high temperature for hours. And if this condition continous for 48 hrs, then the possibility of H1N1 infectious will be very high. For this case, i mean consistant high fever for 48 hrs, dr will straight away give the patient the H1N1 antiviral treatment, ie Tamiflu treatment for period of 7 days.


Cure for H1N1 patient (Real Experience)

Subject: FW: Cure for H1N1 patient (Real Experience)



My staff was crying herself sick on Tuesday morning...was told that her son was confirmed of H1N1 in his Uni at Kangar, Perlis...worse was that when he was bedridden 2 days the warden didnt even bother to sent to hospital till his dad came fm KL and with his friends assistance brought him to GH Kangar....

No one bothered in the hospital and he was put in the normal ward for another 2 days!!! (imagine the amount of people he has infected!!) .....after 2 days and his eyes were turning yellow and saliva greenish...he was put in quarantined room...

His mom practically fainted just telling me the story.. cant do much cos she does not have enough money to go to the north with the father...

First thing we did was made her call the hospital and insist that they sent him to Sg.Buloh Hospital or any other hospital in KL since they seemed to be more alert and more equipt...they refused of course...so I sent her off to Kangar the same day to solve the problem.

Whilst this was happening, I had a call from one Ustaz who was in town to "help cure" another H1N1 child in Shah Alam....and was told this simple prescription by him.....

for those with sore throat please blend the apples and keep on taking till your fever disappear and yr symtoms are gone....I cannot explain it but the child in Shah Alam was ok too after taking this tip....

my staff's son was given the apple juice for the whole day on Monday/Tuesday and he was out of the fever yesterday Wednesday... .she called me and was crying on the phone to say that her son was out of ICU and was able to eat normally...all these happened within just 4 days today (thursday 6 august)...

This is just to share with my fellow sisters and brothers and hope this small info could assist others as well, No harm in trying and anything can happen!!!!

P Save a tree...please don't print this e-mail unless you really need to

Robert Kuok Hock Nien's notes on the past sixty years

A very good write-up by Robert Kuok which every businessman and politician must read and put into practice.

(On the occasion of Kuok Group’s 60th Anniversary 10 April 2009)

(1) My brothers and I owe our upbringing completely to Mother. She was steeped in Ru-Jiao (儒教) – the teachings of Confucius (孔), Mencius (孟), Laozi (老子) and other Chinese sages.
Ru-Jiao teaches the correct behaviour for a human being on his life on earth. Mother gently, and sometimes strongly, drummed into the minds of her three boys the values of honesty, of never cheating, lying, stealing or envying other people their material wealth or physical attributes.

(2) Father died on 25 December 1948 night without leaving a will. Following the Japanese surrender, he had re-registered the firm as a sole proprietorship. We went to court to get an appointment as managers, permitting us to continue to manage Tong Seng & Co. The judge said that, as there were two widows, the firm and the estate should be wound up.

(3) We decide to establish Kuok Brothers Limited. In mid-January 1949, five of us met at a small roundtable in our home in Johore Bahru. Present were my MOTHER, cousin number five HOCK CHIN, cousin number twelve HOCK SENG, my brother HOCK KHEE nicknamed Philip (a.k.a. cousin number seventeen), and myself (a.k.a. cousin number twenty). We sat down and Mother said, “Nien,would you like to start?” I said, “Fine, yes I will start.” To cut the long story short, we got started, and commenced business from a little shop house in Johore Bharu on 1 April 1949.

(4) As a young man, I thought there was no substitute for hard work and thinking up good, honest business plans and, without respite, pushing them along. There will always be business on earth.
Be humble; be straight; don't be crooked; don't take advantage of people. To be a successful businessman, I think you really need to brush all your senses every morning, just as you brush your teeth. I coined the phrase “honing your senses” in business: your vision, hearing,sense of smell, touch and taste. All these senses come in very useful.

(5) Mother was the captain of our ship. She saw and sensed everything, but being a wise person she didn't interfere. Yet she was the background influence, the glue that bound the Group together. She taught my cousins and my brothers and me
never to be greedy, and that in making money one could practise high morality. She stressed that whenever the firm does well it should make donations to the charities operating in our societies. She always kept us focused on the big picture in business. For example: avoid businesses that bring harm, destruction or grief to people. This includes trades like gambling, drugs, arms sales, loan-sharking and prostitution.

(6) We started as little fish swimming in a bathtub. From there we went to a lake and now we are in the open seas. Today our businesses cover many industries and our operations are worldwide but this would not have been possible without the vision of the founding members, the dedicated contributions and loyalty of our colleagues and employees, and very importantly the
strong moral principles espoused by my mother.

(7) When I hire staff I
look for honest, hardworking, intelligent people.
When I look candidates in the eye, they must appear very honest to me. I do not look for MBAs or exceptional students. You may hire a brilliant man, summa cum laude, first-class honours, but if his mind is not a fair one or if he has a warped attitude in life, does brilliance really matter?

(8) Among the first employees were Lau Teo Chin (Ee Wor), Kwok Chin Luang (Ee Luang), Othman Samad (Kadir) and an Indian accountant called Joachim who was a devout Roman Catholic and who travelled in every day from Singapore where he lived.

(9) I would like on this special occasion to pay tribute to them and in particular to those who were with us in the early days; many of whom are no longer here. I have already mentioned Lau Teo Chin (Ee Wor) and Kwok Chin Luang (Ee Luang) and Othman Samad (Kadir), there are others like Lean Chye Huat, who is not here today due to failing eyesight, and Yusuf Sharif who passed away in his home country India about one and a half years ago and the late Lee Siew Wah, and others who all gave solid and unstinting support and devotion to the Company. It saddens me that in those early difficult years these pioneers did not enjoy significant and substantial rewards but such is the order of things and a most unfortunate aspect of capitalism.

However through our Group and employee Foundations, today we are able to help their descendants whenever there is a need to.

(10) I have learnt that
the success of a company must depend on the unity of all its employees. We are all in the same boat rowing against the current and tide and every able person must pull the oars to move the boat forward. Also, we must relentlessly endeavour to maintain and practice the values of integrity and honesty, and eschew and reject greed and arrogance.

(11) A few words of caution to all businessmen and women. I recall the Chinese saying: shibai nai chenggong zhi mu 失败乃成功之母(failure is the mother of success). But in the last thirty years of my business life, I have to the conclusion that the reverse phrase is even truer of today's world: chenggong nai shibai zhi mu 成功乃失败之母. Success often breeds failure, because it makes you arrogant, complacent and, therefore,
lowers your guard.

(12) The way forward for this world is through capitalism. Even China has come to realise it. But it's equally true that capitalism, if allowed to snowball along unchecked, can in many ways become destructive. Capitalism needs to be inspected under a magnifying glass once a day, a super-magnifying glass once a week, and put through the cleaning machine once a month.

In capitalism, man needs elements of ambition and greed to drive him. But where does ambition end and greed take over? That's why I say that capitalism, if left to its own devices, will snowball along, roll down the hill and cause a lot of damage. So a sound capitalist system requires very strongly led, enlightened, wise governments. That means politician-statement willing to sacrifice their lives for the sake of their people. I don't mean politicians who are there for fame, glory and to line their pockets.

(13) To my mind the two great challenges facing China are
the restoration of education in morals and the establishment of a rule of law. You must begin from the root up, imbuing and infusing moral lessons and morality into youth, both at home and from kindergarten and primary school upward through university. Every Chinese needs to accept the principle of rule of law, then you have to train upright judges and lawyers to uphold the legal system.

(14) Wealth should be used for two main purposes. One: for the generation of greater wealth; in other words, you continue to invest, creating prosperity and jobs in the country. Two: part of your wealth should be applied to the betterment of mankind, either by acts of pure philanthropy or by investment in research and development along the frontiers of science, space, health care and so forth.

Tan Sri Robert Kuok Hock Nien (born 6 October 1923, in Johor Baru, Johor), is an influential Malaysian Chinese businessman. According to Forbes his net worth is estimated to be around $10 billion on May 2008, making him the richest person in Southeast Asia. He is media shy and discreet, most of his businesses are privately held by him or his family. Apart from a multitude of enterprises in Malaysia , his companies have investments in many countries throughout Asia .

His business interests range from sugarcane plantations (Perlis Plantations Bhd), sugar refinery, flour milling, animal feed, oil and mining to finance, hotels, properties, trading and freight and publishing.

Beware: Cheque can be tampered by special ink

Just received an email from friend as below.

Subject: Cheques can be tampered by special ink so don't send by post.
Dear All,

There is an amazing way to steal money now!!

In early Feb 2009, I posted 2 cheques in 2 envelopes supplied by the credit card companies. I deposited the 2 envelopes into a postbox near my condo..

A few days later I was surprised that my account was overdrawn by more than the amount I have issued.

When I checked with the bank, I was told that the two cheques have been cleared but the amount debited was much higher than I had written!!!

I checked with the credit card companies and was told that they have not received the cheques for payment!!!

I suspect that the postman who collected the mails or those handling the mails therafter must have intercepted the two envelopes and must have got links to the bank.

I made a police report and was told that I am not the only one with this problem!! Then I went to the bank to ask for images of the checks and was told it will take a few days to get the information the police require.

I was also told by the bank customer relations officer that the technology is so advance now that there is a liquid which can be applied to the cheques and wipe out what you have written and the crooks will write over my cheques!!!

So please do not post your cheques. Looks like nothing is safe now and do not know who can be trusted these days.

I am waiting to see how my cheques have been altered or ???!!!
It is simply amazing what brains are used for nowadays.

Please tell all your friends and relatives to warn them of the danger.

[This Complainant is from Penang]

Steals banking information

Man steals people's banking information.

After watching this video, you should be able to prevent from it.

Joint Tenancy vs Joint account issue in Malaysia

Date: Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 10:05 PM
Subject: Fw: Joint account issue in Malaysia...Make sure it is Joint Tenancy

Dear Friends,

Just to share with you one recent article i read and shocked me a lot. It happens in west Malaysia, husband and wife and 1 son. Husband pass away due to accident, husband has a RM50k joint saving account with wife, what happen is the wife / like most people think, when husband pass away, she will get the money automatically since it is joint account. But to her surprise, She could not withdraw even a single cent!! Joint saving account is meant for convenience when spouse need it the most, but most people always assume once the other holder dies, another half will get the money automatically which is very wrong.

I would like to share my opinion with all of you, you may take it as educational thoughts or for you to be aware. When one person dies, the other joint holder of the saving account will get the money automatically only if that particular bank practise 'JOINT TENANCY' - this terms means one party die, the other joint party gets money automatically.But unfortunately,not all banks practise JOINT TENANCY, some foreign banks practise and most local banks don't practise, If you want to be sure, just ask your bank is their joint saving account based on JOINT TENANCY, if it is yes, get the black and white.

Can u all imagine, when husband pass away, the wife already has to suffer emotional loss, now suffering the problem of having 'NO MONEY' although it is in a joint account. Because of husband ignorance, now the wife and son pay for it.

Hope the above serves as a help to you.

Stay well.