Tuesday, June 30, 2009

The 9Th Methodist Convention - The Future Of sarawak From A Christian Perspective - Part 17

Tan Kee Hian expounded with clarity and conciseness on the talk "The Future Of Sarawak From A Christian Perspective". His presentation was more factual than theoretical, thus making it exceptionally enlightening and eye-opening.

Brother Kee Hian's talk touched on issues perceived to be more sensitive, pricking the nerves of certain leaders here and there throughout his presentation. Nevertheless, the talk pretty much opened up our mindset to changes. Like what Kee Hian said, "business-as-usual" is no longer fitting in this era of change.

The talk was thought-provoking. We certainly need more thinking people to put their thoughts into actions. In certain social aspects, we are staying close to some Third World nations in Africa. We really can't afford to idle anymore.

At the convention, the time frame given did not allow Kee Hian to accommodate the full length of his proceedings in the presentation. Certain sections were skipped to keep the talk within the specified time. With Kee Hian's generosity and kind consent, I am going to share them in my blog.
The picture shows Tan Kee Hian at a teh tarik session at Premier Hotel. Picture: Liong

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