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Sunday, February 13, 2011
As usual, my CNY celebration will back to Malacca where my grandparents stay – Jasin, Malacca.
When trying to capture my grandpa praying for the prosperity god, there were some nice fireworks from others houses, without delay, change my camera position and adjust to longer exposure like 30seconds and small aperture like f/22, with tripod and manual focus. I tried a lot and failed, finally get what I want, a few fireworks in a single frame. This is it!
So… Happy Chinese New Year! Wish you have a great 2011 and prosperity!
Stay Healthy! Stay Happy! Stay young!
Thursday, December 23, 2010
Towards Common Ground –
Meeting Summary of the International Workshop on Biodegradability,
Annapolis, MD, USA, 1992.
· For all practical purposes of applying a definition, material manufactured to be biodegradable must relate to a specific disposal pathway such as composting, sewage treatment, denitrification, or anaerobic sludge treatment.
· The rate of degradation of a material manufactured to be biodegradable has to be consistent with the disposal method and other components of the pathway into which it is introduced, such that accumulation is controlled.
· The ultimate end products of aerobic biodegradation of a material manufactured to be biodegradable are carbon dioxide, water and minerals and that the intermediate products include biomass and humic materials. (Anaerobic biodegradation was discussed in less detail by the participants).
· Materials must biodegrade safely and not negatively impact on the disposal process or the use of the end product of the disposal.
CPOLYMER + O2 --------------> CO2 + H2O + CRESIDUE + CBIOMASS
CPOLYMER + O2 -------------->
CO2 + H2O + CRESIDUE + CBIOMASS
CPOLYMER --------------------> CO2 + CH4 + H2O + CRESIDUE + CBIOMASS
CO2 + CH4 + H2O + CRESIDUE + CBIOMASS
Saturday, November 27, 2010
2009 - MPPP took action against 2,789 illegal hawkers for non-compliance of the law. Malays - 815 cases (29%), Chinese - 1,727 cases (62%), and Indians - 247 cases (9%).