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Re: How to Help Flood Victims?
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Hehe, I called Red Crescent yesterday too. But they were all out for lunch so I spoke to the receptionist. She didn't know much and she sounded abit shocked when I mentioned I'd like to donate items to Johor flood victims.

Posted on: 2007/1/17 9:54
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Re: How to Help Flood Victims?
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Heh... they must be getting calls. She immediately passed me over to the man when I mentioned the Johor floods. I'm gonna look into this expected Kuching floods thing. There's no reason why we shouldn't be prepared to help out for that.

Posted on: 2007/1/17 10:00
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Re: How to Help Flood Victims?
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Tarlia wrote:
Well, that was interesting.

I called the local branch of Red Crescent and the gentleman informs me that they are not collecting items for West Malaysian victims because charges of sending over will not be cheap. He informs me that we are expecting floods here, so donations of items will be appreciated anyway.

He also sounds a little indignant that I'm asking about people in Johor instead of considering my own backyard first.
i think he got a point there,we got to look after our own backyard.that big flood might comes knocking at our doors anytime...

Posted on: 2007/1/17 14:33
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Re: How to Help Flood Victims?
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Yes, he has a point. Anyone who still wants to donate to West Malaysian efforts can follow the instructions given on the websites.

As for the rest of us, still wanna donate time and effort in the eventuality of local disaster? Give a shout.

Posted on: 2007/1/17 23:45
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Re: How to Help Flood Victims?
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True in a sense... but we still gotta help others who are currently in need aye? well I hope this year the flood will not hit us. I heard Miri has been hit already. Not sure I heard... please let Kuching be flood free this year.......

Posted on: 2007/1/18 1:03
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edwinlgk wrote:
True in a sense... but we still gotta help others who are currently in need aye? well I hope this year the flood will not hit us. I heard Miri has been hit already. Not sure I heard... please let Kuching be flood free this year.......
Pray hard man and offer some roasted ducks & chickens to the Rain King - spare Kuching,drizzle will do.. i still remeber few years back,we got this La Nina warning and i was pretty worried becos my house is a single storey one.

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