January 26, 2011

Yuen Leong Sin Fatt Temple spreads festive cheer to senior citizens of Kampung Cempaka, PJ


More than 200 senior citizens from Kampung Cempaka new village in Petaling Jaya were presented with essential food items for the Chinese New Year festivities.

The recipients aged 60 and above each received a goody bag filled with among others, rice, biscuits, cooking oil, milk and Sedaap instant noodles and vermicelli.

The annual charity event to spread community spirit and bring festive cheer to senior citizens at the new village was organized by Yuen Leong Sin Fatt Temple, Kampung Cempaka in conjunction with the upcoming Lunar New Year of the Golden Rabbit. The funding for this campaign came from donations received in cash and kind from donors and well-wishers.

It was held at the basketball court opposite the temple in Jalan PJU 1/34 on Sunday 23rd January 2011.

Temple advisers Dato’ Lim Choon Kin, Dato’ Kho Poh Eng and Dato’ Dr. Wong Sai Hou were present to distribute goody bags to the senior citizens who were also treated to fried meehoon (vermicelli) and porridge.

Present to lend support to the charity event were Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng and Section 21 SEA Park Rukun Tetangga (RT) deputy chairman Cliff Yin and secretary Jimmy Tee.



Temple advisers Dato' Lim Choon Kin (second from left) and Dato' Dr. Wong Sai Hou (second from right) presenting goody bags to senior citizens at Kampung Cempaka, PJ.


Temple advisers Dato' Dr. Wong Sai Hou (right) and Dato' Lim Choon Kin giving away goody bags to senior citizens.


Temple adviser Dato' Dr. Wong Sai Hou giving away goody bag to an ederly woman.


Temple adviser Dato' Lim Choon Kin handing over a goody bag to an elderly woman.


Temple adviser Dato' Kho Poh Eng giving away goody bags to senior citizens.


Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng giving away goody bags to senior citizens.


MCA Petaling Jaya Utara (PJU) division chairman Yeo Ing King handing out goody bags to senior citizens.


Senior citizens of Kampung Cempaka received their goody bags.


The happy face of this man with the goody bags which he and his friends received from temple advisers.
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More than 200 senior citizens of Kampung Cempaka, Petaling Jaya benefitted from this campaign.


From left: Dato' Kho Poh Eng, Gan Keng, Dato' Lim Choon Kin, Dato' Dr. Wong Sai Hou and Yuen Leong Sin Fatt Temple president Lee Mun Hoong.


Address by temple adviser Dato' Lim Choon Kin.


Address by temple adviser (medical) Dato' Dr. Wong Sai Hou.


Address by Yuen Leong Sin Fatt Temple, Kampung Cempaka president Lee Mun Hoong.


Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) committee members Irene Tan (left) and Susan Chan packing essential food items into bags for distribution to senior citizens at the charity event.


The Yuen Leong Sin Fatt Temple in Jalan PJU1/34 Kampung Cempaka, PJ.


There's fried meehoon for everyone.


An elderly man enjoying his fried meehoon.


An elderly woman enjoying her bowl of porridge.


Senior citizens enjoying their meal of fried meehoon and porridge.


One for the album: Yuen Leong Sin Fatt Temple advisers, committees and other members display the 1Malaysia sign during a group photo session.
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January 24, 2011

Lau Weng San walkabout in SEA Park handing out CNY lanterns and angpow packets


Kampung Tunku state assemblyman (ADUN) YB Lau Weng San was welcomed with open arms during his walkabout at the commercial areas of Section 21 SEA Park in Petaling Jaya on Sunday morning 23rd January 2011.

Many among the traders, business owners, customers and residents recognised Lau when he approached to shake hands and wish them “Gong Xi Fa Cai” (Wishing You A Properous New Year).

Lau Weng San went on a stall-to-stall visit at the SEA Park wet market and visited the shops in the commercial areas handing out Chinese New Year lanterns and angpow packets to traders and business owners in conjunction with the upcoming Lunar New Year.

The people were smiling and greeting their YB (Yang Berhormat). They were excited and happy in the interaction with their “wakil rakyat” (elected representative). Many enthusiastically posed for photos with their YB.

During the walkabout, the people spoke to him and some of them used the opportunity to highlight their problems and concerns.

Assisting Lau in the two-hour-long walkabout were Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) councillor Jeyaseelen Anthony, supporters and volunteers who completed the occassion at 10.30 am with light meal and drinks at Khoong Restaurant in Jalan 21/17.

SEA Park is in the Kampung Tunku constituency.



Kampung Tunku state assemblyman (ADUN) YB Lau Weng San handing out Chinese New Year lanterns and angpow packets to a trader selling groceries at SEA Park market.


A fishmonger at SEA Park market receiving angpow packets from YB Lau Weng San.


All smile: The happy trader proudly displaying the lanterns which she received earlier from YB Lau Weng San even before he completed his walkabout at SEA Park market.


A chicken seller at SEA Park market receiving angpow packets from YB Lau Weng San.


YB Lau Weng San and MBPJ councillor Jeyaseelen Anthony distributing Chinese New Year lanterns and angpow packets to traders at SEA Park market.


YB Lau Weng San handing out ang pow packets to a fruit stall owner at SEA Park market.


The Penang Har Mee (prawn noodle) stall owner at Retoran Tong Fong in Jalan 21/17 got the chance to meet and greet YB Lau Weng San.


YB Lau Weng San greeting Kedai Meng Hoe owner Lau during his walkabout.


MBPJ councillor Jeyaseelen Anthony greeting a business operator at SEA Park.


YB Lau Weng San handing out angpow packets to customers at Kedai Runcit Chuan Seng in Jalan 21/19, SEA Park.


YB Lau Weng San distributing angpow packets outside Restoran Soo Kee at Jalan 21/17, SEA Park.


A woman enthusiastically posed for a photograph with YB Lau Weng San in front of Kedai Bunga Floral Talk at Jalan 21/22, SEA Park.


The owner of Perniagaan Sin Hup which sells prayer paraphernalia greets YB Lau Weng San.


YB Lau Weng San handing out angpow packets to the lady boss of Restoran House of Fishball at Jalan 21/19, SEA Park.


A nasi lemak trader operating beside the SEA Park market receives angpow packets from YB Lau Weng San.


From right: MBPJ councillor Jeyaseelen Anthony, YB Lau Weng San, Chusy Goh and other member posing in front of a fruit stall at SEA Park market.
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January 23, 2011

CIMB Bank and ADUN Kg Tunku contribute RM210,000 to Lions Club of KL Bukit Kiara for sight conservation project


CIMB Bank under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CRS) initiative, CIMB Community Link, contributed RM200,000 sum to Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Bukit Kiara to carry out its Sight Conservation Project to help fund cataract operations for 200 underprivileged elderly people whose visions are affected by cataracts.

State assemblyman for Kampung Tunku (ADUN) YB Lau Weng San also contributed RM10,000 sum towards the Sight Conservation Program to help fund eye glassses for the poor with vision problems in the SEA Park neighbourhood.

CIMB Bank regional director 2 Freddie Acho Bian and Kampung Tunku state assemblyman (ADUN) YB Lau Weng San presented the mock cheques in a ceremony held at CIMB Bank SEA Park Branch on Saturday 22nd January 2011.

Lions Club of KL Bukit Kiara president Lion Chew Seok Chen said, “The aim of this community service project is to help and provide free screening for eye conditions and early detection of eye problems to the underprivileged community especially school children and the hardcore poor.

Various activities such as eye screening for vision problems like short-sightedness, cataracts and glaucoma were held inside the banking hall area.

The National Kidney Foundation conducted health screening for kidney disease using its NKF Mobile Health Screening bus parked in front of the branch.

The free screening was a success and received good response from over 200 residents including children.

Present to lend their support for the project include Petaling Jaya Utara (PJU) Federal Development Coordinator Dato’ Dr. Wong Sai Hou, Kelana Jaya MP YB Low Gwo-Burne and Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) councillor Jeyaseelan Anthony

Community leaders who were present include Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng, Section 21 SEA Park Rukun Tetangga (RT) deputy chairman Cliff Yin, SS2B Rukun Tetangga deputy chairman Willie Tan Kim Tun and Chempaka Buddhist Lodge, Petaling Jaya committee S.K. Tan.



CIMB Bank regional director 2 Freddie Acho Bian (right) presenting a mock cheque for RM200,000 to Lions Club of KL Bukit Kiara president Lion Chew Seok Chen (third from left).


From left: Zone chairperson Lion Amy Geh, Sight Conservation Project organising chairperson 2010/2011 Lion Jennifer Khoo, Lion Chusy Goh, Lions District chairperson for sight conservation Lion Vicky Yong, Lions Club of KL Bukit Kiara president Lion Chew Seok Chen, Lions Club of KL Central District Governor 2010-2011 Dato' Yeow Wah Chin, Petaling Jaya Utara (PJU) federal development coordinator Dato' Dr. Wong Sai Hou, Kelana Jaya MP YB Low Gwo-Burne, CIMB Bank regional director 2 Freddie Acho Bian and CIMB Bank SEA Park branch manager Hien Hashim.


Kampung Tunku state assemblyman (ADUN) YB Lau Weng San (second from right) presenting a mock cheque for RM10,000 to Lions Club of KL Bukit Kiara Lion Chew Seok Chen (third from left).


Opening address by Lions Club of KL Bukit Kiara president Lion Chew Seok Chen.


Address by Kampung Tunku state assemblyman (ADUN) YB Lau Weng San.


Address by CIMB Bank regional director 2 Freddie Acho Bian.


The eye and health screenings received good response.


The banking hall was packed to capacity. The screening made the public aware of their health conditions.


Many residents discovered they had vision problems which require immediate attention to prevent vision loss.


A woman having her eyes thoroughly screened by an expert.


Lion Chusy Goh conducting vison test for the public.


Guasa therapy: An elderly couple getting acupressure and finger massage on their neck and shoulder areas to boost blood circulation.


This man getting his blood pressure reading done by a NKF staff.


From left: Volunteers from Saito College, PJ lecturer Jayalatha and students Jacyita Francis and Mohana Krishnan helping out at the event.


Lion Chusy Goh distributing goody bags by sponsors to children from Rumah Hope, Petaling Jaya.


From left: CIMB Bank regional director 2 Freddie Acho Bian, Lion Chusy Goh, Sight Conservation Project organising chairperson 2010/2011 Jennifer Khoo, CIMB Bank SEA Park branch manager Hien Hashim and CIMB Bank Solaris Mont' Kiara branch manager Toh Boon Kee.


Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) committee members Susan Chan (first from left) and Irene Tan (first from right) posing with CIMB Bank SEA Park branch manager Hien Hashim (second from left) and MBPJ councillor Jeyaseelan Anthony (second from right).


From left: SS2B Rukun Tetangga (RT) deputy chairman Willie Tan Kim Tun, CIMB Bank Kinjang branch manager Ong Kooi Hooi, Cho Yen Seng, Petaling Jaya Utara (PJU) federal development coordinator Dato' Dr. Wong Sai Hou and CIMB Bank SEA Park branch loyal customer Restoran Sorn owner Gilbert Soon.


CIMB Bank SEA Park branch manager Hien Hashim (left) and Kelana Jaya MP Low Gwo-Burne.


From left: Lion Chusy Goh, SS2B Rukun Tetangga (RT) deputy chairman Willie Tan Kim Tun, CIMB Bank SEA Park branch loyal customer Restoran Sorn owner Gilbert Soon and CIMB Bank Jinjang branch manager Ong Kooi Hooi.


One for the album: CIMB Bank management and staff posed in front of SEA Park branch.
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