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Quiz of the day: When is Perak Tree Day?

Wow… “Bravo!” to Perak PR Assemblymen for their “bravery“. Well, I won’t comment much on this, as the news are abound and currently available online.

Yup, Zambry says it before! Click the image above for details in Mysinchew.com.

Yup, Zambry says it before! Click on the image above for details in Mysinchew.com.

Yup, Mr. Zambry says that the nation will be embarrassed by such act! Hello, Mr. Zambry! Have you read American history before? Did you know that the previous American generations have held their treaties under some trees, which are now considered as part of their national history/treasure? No? Read it here, here and some more here!

So, folks, if you have some (fruit and ornamental) trees planted either in your backyard or orchard, do take care of them. The Americans really appreciate their trees, especially ornamental trees. That’s why knowledge on urban forestry and/or arboriculture is more prominent in the US. See on what our City Councils and Municipal Councils did to our ornamental trees – what had happened? Yes, you are right! Lots of tax payers’ money has gone to waste!

Anyway, if the meeting by Perak PR Assemblymen does take place under a tree (Yes, it does happened!), then that tree should be taken great care of, as it does have “historical value” for our future generations. Owh, by the way, as usual – the goodies for the day. Just ignore that typo error – it should be spelt as “embarrass“, lah! Well, enjoy!

An “open air meeting under the tree” in progress…

An “open air meeting under the tree” in progress…

Other related online news about “meeting under the tree” by Perak PR Assemblymen:

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March 5, 2009 - Posted by | 08 Malaysian Politics

1 Comment »

  1. Dear TD,

    I have given you my contact number in your Yahoo Mail for further action.

    Thank you very much for your noble intention and may God bless you especially in this period of Lent.

    Comment by Kasia Kanaun | March 6, 2009 | Reply


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