A Different Man Behind Closed Doors

Word is out. The event I attended in Mukah was a dialouge session with Pehin Sri Taib Mahmud. It was front page of the New Sarawak Tribune to much of our suprise considering the event was a closed event. No press was suppose to cover it, yet alone put it on their front page. But…. well…

Shocker. Headline news for the closed event. -Photo grabed from Ida A.

Staying in Mukah for a little over 3 days was rejunivating. The place was homely and calm, and things were just laid back. It’s a wonderful place to relax and escape from the husle and bustle of the city. The resort where I stayed in was huge, comfortable and empty. Mukah needs more tourist, and it’s a pity that they don’t have more, particularly since the umai here is the best I’ve tasted.  It also has a wonderful sea view, somethig I know many would love to enjoy.

Umai in Mukah.

The dialogue was fun, and an eye opener. I was asked to talk on the responsibility when using social media. I’m not sure if I made that point clear, but lets just assume that I did.. hahaha… The dialogue also saw Datuk J.C.Fong present his paper on ‘My Constitution’ which I thought was very educational.

Modelling for me. Thank you dear model =P

Anyway, the best part of the dialogue was the session with Pehin Sri Taib. He spent some time with the youths, and I bet he totally inspired them. I know I was. The things he said, the way he presented it, was a true eye opener. Questions were asked, and he answered joyfully, in full detail, and with great effort to ensure the youths could understand the points made. I’ve never seen this side of him. He showed and talked on how he would want to see the younger generation make something good out of themselves.  I really wished I could show you, and tell you what was discussed in more detail, but it was a closed door session, and so I can’t.

Group discussions

For me personally, I felt that such event/dialogue is very good, and I think it should be extended to the masses, provided they come with an open heart. I did, and the ‘lighter’ side of Pehin Sri showed more than I expected, and made me admire him in away I never thought of before.

Group photo with the participants. They were an eager bunch.

With that said, Pehin Sri said that “A good CM must have his people close to his heart“, and judging from his answers during the dialogue, I have to say that Pehin Sri does have his people at his heart.  It’s just that sometimes, or rather most of the time… many misinterprete it, and think otherwise.  I think, one must personally ask him and listen to his explanation to know the reasons behind his decisions, and not make assumtions based on rumours.

BTW, anyone interested to sit down and have a chat with him if you are given a chance? I’m just asking, nothing promised.

p/s: I’m not a supporter, nor is this post politically motivated.  I write what I see and what I feel.  You are free to agree/disagree with me.  It’s your right, just like voting in the coming election is.

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