Friday, April 17, 2009


Some USIM students came all the way from Malaysia to bumi Mansurah for observation & studying purpose had already gone back after 10days stay, among which one of them was my relative.
Jangan tinggalkan kami ! kami mau pulang ke Malizia jua!
[atas: USIM, bwh : MU Stud (y cute2) ]

(ade org kate budak2 mansurah cute2, no offence lol)

It’s good for her to come, since we can replenish our stok serai, stok halia, stok sup bunjut, stok daun limau purut etc. juga bagus utk jiwa2 y merindui org malizi.thank you abe e for the kiriman and thank you amirah for being the post girl sengihnampakgigi

We’re just finished up Hepatitis case, where the doctor which is a board member of Asian Pacific Association of the Liver Disease claimed that, Hepatitis A cases in Egypt is almost 100%, which means all those small kids up to old folks are actually hep A patients/ carriers. And something to mind for all Malaysian students in Egypt, u might be infected as well if u are keen enough of eating outside ( means any local restaurant, or kedai2 3asir d tepi jalanan y use the same glass for all the customers, or kedai2 makan y less hygienic etc ). So it’s advisable if u can prepare your own food, or lessen the frequency of eating outside, or not to drink/eat using the same glass/plate the shop provides, and the most important thing, get your vaccination!

“ Its something related to environment, cleanliness, hygiene, that’s why its prevalent in Egypt. Because our people are not clean. This is the only people in the world, that go to the water passages, for urination n defecation, in the water canal, and using the water to clean themselves. And they pray afterwards. Since thousand yrs, and they never change. Be ‘proud’.”

“ It’s very important for the young doctors to know, that we have to be clean. And these cleanliness and better hygiene have negative impact on health. better hygiene negative impact on health. When age shifted up, acute hepatitis become serious. So our dirty children having acute hepatitis in the street, this pass unnoticed and they become immune. But if they become clean, living inside clean houses, eating clean food, they are not immune. When they start going to secondary school n start eating outside the house, in unclean restaurant n all restaurants are unclean, they will catch acute hep A and acute hep A in your age is fatal, almost fatal. That’s why , hygiene has –ve impact. This is against all the rules. But this is Egypt. U should learn the culture of Egypt. It’s not written in the book.”topi

Sarcastic senses throughout the lecture. excessive enough to make us laughing, over the ‘joke’ if u may describe it as one.xpasti

O yes, just to say this, studying with some big sweet strawberries in a bowl and put one into your mouth just when it’s tempting enough, is a total bliss. I just cant wait to leave Egypt to miss this moment.

3 comments: said...

kak pips!
yah found this! awesome!

Executive Council
1. President Dr. Ji-Dong Jia, Beijing

2. Immediate Past President Dr. George Lau, Hong Kong

3. President Elect Dr. Teerha Piratvisuth, Hat Yai

4. Secretary General-cum-Treasurer Dr. Osamu Yokosuka, Chiba

5.Executive Council

Dr. Marilyn O.Arguillas, Davao
Dr. Yogesh K Chawla, Chandigarh
Dr. Darrell HG Crawford, Brisbane
Dr. Rino A Gani, Jakarta
Dr. Saeed Hamid, Karachi
Dr. Jinlin Hou, Guangzhou
Dr. Jia-Horng Kao, Taipei
Dr. Mobin Khan, Dhaka
Dr. Hyo-Suk Lee, Seoul
Dr. Seng Gee Lim, Singapore
Dr. Gamal Shiha, Cairo
Dr. Nurdan Tozun, Istanbul

tu cikgu kita dalam Asian pacific association for the study of Liver (APSL)

cool giler!!

afifah.ahmad said...

wah! sembangat korg! :D

Anonymous said...

egypt is a great country and egyptians are nice people and since they can talk about their weaknesses they certainly will move forwards .
when such a great doctor talks like this to his students you should understand the message correctly .It not jokes it is science .