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Thursday, December 27, 2012

JUST FOR SHARING - DRINK WATER FOR EMPTY STOMACH


It is popular in Japan today to drink water immediately after waking up every morning. Furthermore, scientific tests have proven its value. We publish below a description of use of water for our readers. For old and serious diseases as well as modern illnesses the water treatment had been found successful by a Japanese medical society as a 100% cure for the following diseases:

Headache, body ache, heart system, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, excess fatness, bronchitis asthma, TB, meningitis, kidney and urine diseases, vomiting, gastritis, diarrhea, piles, diabetes, constipation, all eye diseases, womb, cancer and menstrual disorders, ear nose and throat diseases.

METHOD OF TREATMENT
1. As you wake up in the morning before brushing teeth, drink 4 x 160ml glasses of water
2. Brush and clean the mouth but do not eat or drink anything for 45 minute
3.. After 45 minutes you may eat and drink as normal.
4. After 15 minutes of breakfast, lunch and dinner do not eat or drink anything for 2 hours
5. Those who are old or sick and are unable to drink 4 glasses of water at the beginning may commence by taking little water and gradually increase it to 4 glasses per day.
6. The above method of treatment will cure diseases of the sick and others can enjoy a healthy life.

The following list gives the number of days of treatment required to cure/control/ reduce main diseases:

1. High Blood Pressure (30 days)
2. Gastric (10 days)
3. Diabetes (30 days)
4. Constipation (10 days)
5. Cancer (180 days)
6. TB (90 days)
7. Arthritis patients should follow the above treatment only for 3 days in the 1st week, and from 2nd week onwards – daily..

This treatment method has no side effects, however at the commencement of treatment you may have to urinate a few times.
It is better if we continue this and make this procedure as a routine work in our life. Drink Water and Stay healthy and Active.

This makes sense .. The Chinese and Japanese drink hot tea with their meals not cold water. Maybe it is time we adopt their drinking habit while eating!!! Nothing to lose, everything to gain...

For those who like to drink cold water, this article is applicable to you.
It is nice to have a cup of cold drink after a meal. However, the cold water will solidify the oily stuff that you have just consumed. It will slow down the digestion.

Once this'sludge'reacts with the acid, it will break down and be absorbed by the intestine faster than the solid food. It will line the intestine.
Very soon, this will turn into fats and lead to cancer. It is best to drink hot soup or warm water after a meal.

A serious note about heart attacks:

· Women should know that not every heart attack symptom is going to be the left arm hurting,
· Be aware of intense pain in the jaw line.
· You may never have the first chest pain during the course of a heart attack.
· Nausea and intense sweating are also common symptoms.
· 60% of people who have a heart attack while they are asleep do not wake up.
· Pain in the jaw can wake you from a sound sleep. Let's be careful and be aware. The more we know, the better chance we could survive...

Saturday, December 01, 2012

STU Miri Gets MRP Grants From Government

SUPPORT ASSURED: (from fourth left) Dundang, Sebastian Michael Bus, chairman of STU Miri, and others at the MRP presentation ceremony.

Read more: http://www.theborneopost.com/2012/12/01/ting-mrp-grants-useful-to-important-projects/#ixzz2Dm8swTVl

MIRI: Government grants for minor rural projects (MRP) to the various associations, though not substantial in amount, are still important to help them implement priority projects.
Political secretary to the Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Datuk Sebastian Ting said many of the associations also used the money to carry out beneficial activities for the communities.
“I am very happy with their performance and also the good relationship among the associations and also between them and the Minister (Datuk Seri Peter Chin Fah Kui),” said Sebastian when presenting MRP grants to associations on behalf of his minister.
The associations were the KRT IKBN Miri Division, Miri Paintball Club, Miri Hindu Association, Sarawak Teachers Union (STU) Miri and Hunyuan HeXiang Zhang Qigong Miri.
Vice-president of the STU, Northern Sarawak, Dundang Bantin thanked the government for the grant, which he said was a testimony of its concern for the people.
“We hope members of STU and other civil servants will continue to stand solidly behind the present government especially in the forthcoming PRU (general election).
Help the government make the national education policy a success, tough for teachers as implementers, let’s support the government.
I am calling fellow colleagues to stand firm and don’t gamble with our future by looking for other options, because the government will work with us, whatever the policy is,” he said.

Good thing must share...放 白麵粉在冰箱 Keep white flour in fridge

Once I was cooking some corn and stuck my fork in the boiling water to see if the corn was ready. I missed and my hand went into the boiling water....

在 一次煮玉米粥時,我用叉子在沸 騰的粥裏翻攪,想看看粥好了沒 有。
我 錯手沒拿到叉子,而把手碰進了 沸水裏面!痛得我尖叫起來!

A friend of mine, who was a Vietnam vet, came into the house, just as I was screaming, and asked me if I had some plain old flour...I pulled out a bag and he stuck my hand in it. He said to keep my hand in the flour for 10 mins. which I did. He said that in Vietnam , this guy was on fire and in their panic, they threw a bag of flour all over him to put the fire out...well, it not only put the fire out, but he never even had a blister!!!!

一 位越南朋友,他 是位獸醫,恰巧來到我家,我正 在尖叫!
他 即刻問我有沒有麵粉。我拿出一 袋麵粉,他叫我把手伸進去,
並 且放在麵粉裏10分 鐘,我照做了。他說,在越南曾 有一個傢伙身
上 著火了,眾人在驚慌中把一袋子 的麵粉撒在他的身上滅火。但令
人 驚訝的是,它不僅滅了火,被燒 那傢伙的身上競沒有水泡!

So, I put my hand in the bag of flour for 10 mins, and then pulled it out and had not even a red mark or a blister and absolutley NO PAIN. Now, I keep a bag of flour in the fridge and every time I burn myself, I use the flour and never ONCE have I ever had a red spot, a burn or a blister! *cold flour feels even better than room temperature flour.

我 把手放在麵粉裏10分 鐘後拿出來,手上確実沒有灼傷 的紅印或者水泡,完全沒有受 傷!
現 在,我總會在冰箱放一袋子麵 粉,每次不小心灼傷自己,我就 用麵粉敷,沒有一次是有紅印或 水泡的。
*注 意:冷麵粉比常溫麵粉效果更 佳!

Miracle, if you ask me. Keep a bag of white flour in your fridge and you will be happy you did. I even burnt my tongue and put the flour on it for about 10 mins, and the pain was gone and no burn. Try it! Don't run your burn area under Cold water first, just put it right into the flour for 10 mins and experience a miracle!

奇 跡!如果你問我的話。放 一袋白麵粉在冰箱是不會錯的。我 甚至在燙到舌頭的時候,把麵粉 敷在上面10分 鐘,傷去無痕!試一試吧!
不 要把你燙傷的地方馬上放在冷水 下沖洗,而要放在麵粉裏10分 鐘,你會發現奇跡的!





Wednesday, November 14, 2012

SELAMAT MENYAMBUT MAAL HIJRAH & SALAM MAAL HIJRAH

Selamat menyambut Maal Hijrah & Salam Maal Hijrah kepada semua ahli STU muslim tidak kira di mana mereka berada. Semoga mulai hari baik, bulan baik ini akan mula membawa tuah dan rezeki kepada kalian semua dan yang terpenting kalian sentiasa sihat walafiat.

Sunday, November 11, 2012

JUST TO SHARE - THE REASON WHY YOU ARE SO TIRED, ACIDIC BLOOD

Under weakly alkaline condition, cancerous cells will not be able to grow, or even to survive. Actual case studies, very important, please read patiently and pass this on. Even if you have read this before, you should reread this, especially the list of acidic and alkaline foodstuff, best to read several times and remember. Please read this article in full patiently, it will be helpful to your health.

More than 30 years ago, a Mr Zhang who worked in the public sales department of a Taipei Brewery, participated in the brewery overseas study selection examination, and passed with flying colours. Before going overseas during the physical examination at a public hospital, it was discovered that he had a tumour growth in his lung the size of a child's fist, and therefore was not able to go overseas to study. The greatly disappointed Mr Zhang had always been suspicious that the diagnosis was wrong. So he went to another hospital for a check-up, the result confirm that previous diagnosis was not in error. For the youthful and healthy Mr Zhang to be stricken down with such terminal illness, in his despair, he rang his old classmate who at the time was Taidong County Government, Huangsun County Mayor's secretary, Mr Wei. Mr Wei rushed to Taipei during his rest day on a Sunday to see Mr Zhang. Mr Zhang discussed with Mr Wei in detail his despair and pessimism, and entrusted his friend regarding his affairs after his death. Coincidentally, Mr Wei was a good friend of Dr Lu Geling, who was in- charge of the Maijie Hospital, 1945-55, and specialised in the clinical research into cancer cases. He immediately suggested that Mr Zhang go to see Dr Lu for treatment. At first, Mr Zhang said he preferred not to see anymore doctors, so as not to add further to his misery. But Mr Wei told him that he had telephoned Dr Lu before to seek his advice and arranged an appointment. Mr Zhang felt obligated and went with Mr Wei to meet Dr Lu. When Dr Lu met with Mr Zhang, Dr Lu said: ' Mr Wei is a friend and introduced you and I to get to know each other. This is destiny. Thank you. Let me ask you, do you know why is cancer referred to as terminal illness?' Both Mr Zhang and Mr Wei did not know how to answer. Dr Lu explained: 'There are only two approaches taken by humans to treat cancer to-date The first is to destroy the source of the disease. The second is to increase the capability to fight the disease. But the strange thing is that, whether we use Cobalt 60 or other drugs to destroy the cancer cells, before the cancer cells are killed, the good cells are destroyed first. On the other hand, no matter what nutrients or supplements we use, before the good cells have a chance to absorb them, the cancer cells have taken them up and it simply speeds up the growth of cancer. Therefore both approaches are doomed to failure, that is why cancer is terminal.' Dr Lu continues: 'Human beings are most clever, they have successfully landed on the moon. But why is it no one ever questioned the above two approaches for treating cancer which are nothing but self defeating dead-ends, and try to seek a third avenue?

When I was conducting clinical research in Majie Hospital, I had many opportunities to work with and being helped by many colleagues in the Hospital. I discovered that the blood tests of 100% of the cancer patients showed that the blood samples are acidic. Those Buddhist monks and nuns who are long term vegetarians and live very close to Nature, their blood are prevalently weakly alkaline and amongst them, there has yet to discover any cancer cases. Therefore, I boldly concluded that under weakly alkaline condition, cancer cells are not able to grow, or even to survive.

Mr Zhang, I would suggest that starting from now you reduce your intake of the acidic meaty dishes. Take more of the alkaline food. In addition you can take green algae and soup made from water chestnuts with skin, modify your physical condition, and try seriously to have a regular life style which is close to Nature; If you can manage to stay alive for five years, you should have no further problem. I wish you the best of luck.'

Mr Zhang followed Dr Lu's suggestion and seriously altered his eating habits. Every day, he ate green algae, drank chestnut soup, be optimistic and did an appropriate amount of exercise, and went back to the same public hospital for a check up. It was discovered that not only that the tumour did not increase in size, on the contrary it showed signs of shrinking, and surprised the hospital staff conducting the check-up as a miracle. Five years later, the tumour had shrunk to such a state as to almost disappear. After almost 40 years, presently Mr Zhang's health is totally normal, and living a very pleasant life. Following Mr Zhang, a Mr Chen Tianshou, who was previously Head of the General Administration of the Taidong Provincial Hospital, was similarly diagnosed with lung cancer. When Mr Wei heard of this, he told Mr Chen of the experience of Mr Zhang, and Mr Chen started to follow the instructions of Dr Lu to change his physical condition. The outcome was that he was able to recover fully from the cancer, just like Mr Zhang. At that time, Mr Lu and his family have emigrated to the United States.

After the two cases, he returned to Taiwan and met up with Mr Wei. Mr Wei told Dr Lu about the experiences of Mr Zhang and Mr Chen, and suggested that let the two of them detailed their experiences to Dr Lu in person, so that Dr Lu could publish a report on his self cure body conditioning method.

Dr Lu very humbly replied:

'I am too old, besides, I do not have any clinical records of the outcomes. I would ask that you tell your friends and relatives, if they are agreeable, then please continue this experience and spread the words

One should take care of oneself but should also be caring about others, 85% of cancer patients have acidic in their physical condition.

*** Blood of healthy persons is weakly alkaline in nature, with a pH of about 7.35 to 7.45
*** Babies' blood is also weakly acidic
*** As adults mature their blood becomes more acidic in nature

According to a study of 600 cancer patients, of their bodily fluid, 85% of the patients are acidic .
Therefore, how to maintain the weakly acidic nature of our body is the first step for moving far away from diseases.

Acidic physical conditions manifest itself in:

1. Skin without lustre
2. Athlete's foot
3. Feeling tire even with very little exercise, and feeling sleep the moment one gets on to public buses
4. Easily out of breath going up and down stairs
5. Fat and with lower stomach protruding,
6. Move slowly and movement lethargic

Why does the body physical condition turn acidic?

1. Excessive intake of dairy acidic food
a) meat, dairy products, eggs, beef, ham, etc are acidic food
b) taking too much acidic food will cause the blood to become acidic and viscous, difficult to flow to the end of blood vessels, leading to cold feet or knee, stiff shoulders and insomnia.
c) When one is young and strong, taking suitable quantity of meat is appropriate, but older people it more suitable to have a diet which are primarily vegetables or small fish.

2. Irregularity in the pace of life will cause the body physical condition to become acidic
a) Irregular pace in life will lead to mental and physical stress
b) According to statistics, people who sleep late are more likely to have cancer than normal persons, by as much as 5 times.
c) Human beings originally lead a life with regular tempo in this world, it is not possible to store up sleep or food and not possible to change the order of living by mixing up days and nights.
d) Human organs are controlled by the autonomic nerves, and during day time it is mainly sympathetic nerves activities, and at night it is mainly the parasympathetic nerves which are functioning, If this order is disturbed and reversed, then diseases will result.

3. Emotion over tensed
a) Civilised society brings stresses
b) Job related or mental stresses
c) A person suffers mental stress, when the stress is removed and the person relaxes, sometimes this may lead to death, referred to as the syndrome of imperfect adrenal cortex function.

4. Physical Stress
a) Before any operation it would be necessary to check to see if the renal cortex does function normally. If the adrenal cortex is lacking, or if the stress imposed by the operation exceeded the ability of adrenal cortex to cope, it could lead to death or other undesirable impacts.
b) If it noted that patient's face is puffy, it would be necessary to inquire in detail the patient's medical history and medication status, for patients taking adrenal cortical hormone, extra care should be exercise when administering acupuncture.
c) Stress due to physical labour or exercise in excess, whole night card games, driving etc should be avoided as much as possible

Appendix: Acidity/alkalinity of Common food stuff

1. Strongly acidic food: egg yolk, cheese, cake make with white sugar or persimmon, mullet fish roe, dried cod.
2. Mildly acidic food: ham, bacon, chicken meat, squid, pork, eel, beef, bread, wheat, butter, horse meat etc
3. Weakly acidic food: white rice, peanut, beer, alcohol, oil fried tofu, sea weed, clam, octopus, catfish
4. Weakly alkaline food: red bean, radish, apple, cabbage, onion, tofu etc.
5. Mildly alkaline food: dried radish, soya bean, carrot, tomato, banana, orange, pumpkin strawberry, egg white, dried plum, lemon, spinach, etc.
6. Strongly alkaline food: grape, tea leave, grape wine, kelp sprout, kelp, etc Especially natural green algae which contain rich quantity of chlorophyll are very good alkaline health food, but tea should not be drunk in excess, and best to drink in the morning.

Thursday, November 08, 2012

DG 41 FOR OUTSTANDING TEACHERS WHO GET DEGREES VIA DISTANCE LEARNING, PART TIME

Guru-guru, guru besar dan pentadbir cemerlang yang mendapat ijazah sarjana muda melalui PJJ/ separuh masa akan terus ditawarkan gred DG41 tanpa melalui temuduga, kata Timbalan Perdana Menteri seperti yang tersiar dalam akhbar Borneo Post keluaran 09 November, 2012. Untuk mendapatkan maklumat  terperinci mengenai perkara ini sila klik laman sesawang berikut:

http://www.theborneopost.com/2012/11/08/gred-dg41-for-outstanding-teachers-who-get-degrees-via-distance-learning-part-time-new/

Tuesday, November 06, 2012

JUST TO SHARE - HEALTH ORANGE

Orange is one of the most favorite fruit in the world.
Orange is loaded with vitamins, and the most abundant vitamin inorange is Vitamin C. This powerful vitamin protect our body against harmful elements.

Orange is Beneficial in the following cases :

* Asthma
* Bronchitis
* Tuberculosis
* Pneumonia
* Rheumatism
* Prevent kidney stone
* Helps lower cholesterol
* Helps prevent diabetes
* Arthritis
* High blood pressure
* Persons addicted to alcohol have found that the desire for liquor is greatly reduced by drinking of orange juice.
* Consumption of large quantities of oranges will decrease the outpouring of mucus secretions from the nose.

Nutritional Contents of Orange :
1. Betacarotene, another powerful antioxidant that protects our cells from being damage.
2. Calcium that helps protect and maintain the health of our bone and teeth.
3. Folic Acid for proper brain development.
4. Magnesium helps maintain blood pressure.
5. Potassium helps maintain electrolyte balance in the cells, and is important in maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system.
6. Thiamin helps to convert food into energy.
7. Vitamin B6 helps support the production of hemoglobin that carries oxygen to all parts of the body........

Thursday, October 25, 2012

UCAPAN SELAMAT HARI RAYA AIDIL ADHA

Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Adha kepada semua warga Ahli STU  yang beragama Islam dan Selamat bercuti untuk ahli-ahli yang  lain. Semoga kita sentiasa dipanjangkan umur dan dimurahkan rezeki.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

STU SIBU DIVISION WORLD TEACHERS' DAY CELEBRATION

A simple but meaningful World Teachers' Day celebration was held on the 19.10.2012 at Paramount Hotel, Sibu attended by all the Divisional Excos and past leaders. (Ex-SG, Bro. Thomas, Past Division Chairman, Bro Teo Boon Pheng & Past Secretary, Bro. Cyril Lee)

Thursday, October 11, 2012

JADUAL CUTI & HARI PERSEKOLAHAN TAHUN 2013

Berikut adalah  Jadual Cuti Persekolahan & Hari Persekolahan bagi Sesi Persekolahan Tahun 2013 untuk tatapan dan rujukan kalian.


Monday, October 08, 2012

WORLD TEACHERS' DAY (HARI GURU SEDUNIA) - 05 OKTOBER 2012

Hari Guru Sedunia (World Teachers' Day) telah diraikan di seluruh dunia pada 05 Oktober setiap tahun oleh semua insan yang bergelar guru. Dengan kesempatan ini diucapkan Selamat Menyambut Hari Guru Sedunia kepada semua guru tanahair khususnya ahli-ahli STU tidak kira di mana mereka bertugas. Semoga kita semua lebih bersemangat menjalankan tugas sebagai guru yang dimanahkan untuk membawa perubahan besar kepada agenda tranformasi negara. Kita guru-guru di Malaysia agak bertuah kerana kedudukan kita sebagai guru adalah antara yang terbaik dikalangan negara-negara membangun khususnya di Asia Tenggara. Berikut ialah petikan akhbar Borneo Post Keluaran 06..10.2012 berkenaan keluhan rakan-rakan guru kita dari negara Cambodia untuk renungan kita bersama.

Friday, September 14, 2012

LAPORAN AWAL PELAN PEMBANGUNAN PENDIDIKAN MALAYSIA 2013-2025



KENYATAAN AKHBAR, UNIT KOMUNIKASI KOPORAT, KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA - 13 SEPTEMBER 2012


Kenyataan Akhbar berkenaan isu Kertas Jawapan Objektif Bermaklumat (JOB) bagi
Ujian Aptitud Tahun Enam.


Sunday, September 09, 2012

CLEAN YOUR KIDNEYS IN $1.00 OR EVEN LESS

Years pass by and our kidneys are filtering the blood by removing salt, poison and any unwanted entering our body. With time, the salt accumulates and this needs to undergo cleaning treatments and how are we going to overcome this?

It is very easy, first take a bunch of parsley or Cilantro ( Coriander Leaves ) and wash it clean
Then cut it in small pieces and put it in a pot and pour clean water and boil it for ten minutes and let it cool down and then filter it and pour in a clean bottle and keep it inside refrigerator to cool.

Drink one glass daily and you will notice all salt and other accumulated poison coming out of your kidney by urination also you will be able to notice the difference which you never felt before.

Parsley (Cilantro) is known as best cleaning treatment for kidneys and it is natural!
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Call to air ‘Oh My English’ for free

KUCHING: Sarawak Teachers Union (STU)’s president William Ghani Bina agrees that some educational programmes broadcasted by Astro should also be aired in one of the free television channels since education is supposed to be free for all.

In a phone interview yesterday, he said the request from some poor students to air popular programmes like ‘Oh My English’ should be taken into consideration.

“When these students make such a request, that shows they are keen and want to learn to improve themselves.

“I really agree with their requests. Education is supposed to be free for all and the government should support this. Educational programmes like this should also be aired in free channels and not only in paid channels. Not everyone can afford to subcribe to expensive educational channels,” he said.

He was asked to comment on requests by several students recently that the ‘Oh My English’ programme on Astro should be included in one of the free channels during the weekend.

Many students love the programme because it teaches English in a fun way but unfortunately, not all could afford to subscribe to the Astro package.

They felt English is actually not an easy language to master and as such employing the fun way of teaching could be a very effective strategy to inspire love for the subject.

Ghani also agreed with this and he said even the government is placing great emphasis on the importance of English as it is the global language of Science and Commerce.




Saturday, September 08, 2012

TAHNIAH BRO. PRESIDENT - BRO. WILLIAM GHANI BINA


Tahniah kepada Bro. William Ghani Bina, President Sarawak Teachers' Union (STU) atas Pengurniaan Pingat Johan Bintang Kenyalang (JBK) oleh Tuan Yang Terutama Yang Dipertua Negeri Sarawak, Tun Abang Muhammad Salahuddin Abang Barieng sempena Harijadi ke 91.

Untuk mengetahui lebih lanjut lagi, sila klik alamat sesawang berikut:

Friday, September 07, 2012

STU SUGGESTS MORE LOCALS TO BE TRAINED AS ENGLISH TEACHERS

STU SUGGESTS MORE LOCALS TO BE TRAINED AS ENGLISH TEACHERS-POSTED IN BORNEO POST ON THE 07.06.2012 FOR MORE DETAILS, PLEASE CLICK HERE:

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

PENGHARGAAN & TERIMA KASIH KEPADA MANTAN SETIAUSAHA AGUNG STU


Sebagai tanda penghargaan yang tidak terhingga seluruh ahli STU bahagian Sibu kepada mantan Setiausaha Agung kita yang telah mengabdikan dirinya kepada kesatuan kita lebih 20 tahun lamanya dan kesatuan sangat-sangat merasa kehilangan kepimpinan beliau. Beliau tidak bertanding untuk jawatan tersebut penggal ini kerana mahu memberi peluang kepada muka baru untuk mengemudi kesatuan kita. Semoga beliau sentiasa sihat dan dapat menyumbang idea dan tenaga kepada kesatuan sebagai Penasihat Teknikal STU, jawatan baru yang kesatuan lantik beliau.

Monday, September 03, 2012

21st STU BDC IN KUCHING 25th -26th August 2012

SESI SOAL JAWAB SIMPOSIUM PENDIDIKAN

JUGA SESI SOAL JAWAB OLEH CIK ROHANI (PERWAKILAN SIBU)

MAJLIS MAKAN MALAM  & PEMBUKAAN RASMI BDC KE 21 STU

SEBAHAGIAN DARIPADA PERWAKILAN SIBU DALAM MAJLIS MAKAN MALAM

PERWAKILAN SIBU DALAM MAJLIS MAKAN MALAM

MAJLIS MAKAN MALAM

SEBAHAGIAN DARIPADA PERWAKILAN SIBU DALAM  BDC STU KE 21

SESI PERBAHASAN BDC STU KE 21

MESYUARAT PRECOUNCIL EXCO TERTINGGI STU PUSAT SEBELUM BDC BERMULA

MESYUARAT PRECOUNCIL EXCO TERTINGGI PUSAT STU BERLANGSUNG

WISMA STU SIBU


PEMANDANGAN  BANGUNAN WISMA STU SIBU
MASA OPERASI PEJABAT STU SIBU

PEMANDANGAN DEPAN WISMA STU SIBU

PEMANDANGAN WAKTU MALAM WISMA STU SIBU

21st Biennial Delegates' Conference (BDC)

Persidangan Perwakilan Dwitahunan kali ke 21 Kesatuan Guru Sarawak (BDC-STU) telah diadakan dengan jayanya pada 25 Ogos 2012 hingga 26 Ogos 2012 di Wisma STU, Jalan Song Kuching. Bahagian Sibu telah diwakili oleh 15 orang peserta yang terdiri daripada 10 orang perwakilan bahagian, 2 orang exco negeri dan 3 orang pemerhati. Peserta dari bahagian Sibu yang menghadiri Persidangan tersebut adalah seperti berikut:

1. Tan Kuang Wui (Div. Chairman & Acting Vice President)
2. Ivy Yong Ik Ton (Div. Secretary)
3. Rohani bt Mohamad Eded (Perwakilan Bahagian)
4. Richard Anok (Perwakilan Bahagian)
5. Wong Teck Ong (Perwakilan Bahagian)
6. Yong Ing Chung (Perwakilan Bahagian)
7. Marina Bt Mohamed Nor (Perwakilan Bahagian)
8. Mary Kuteng (Perwakilan Bahagian)
9. Mindi Mirian Loh (Perwakilan Bahagian)
10. Salmah Chali (Perwakilan Bahagian)
11. Hii Nai Tong (Perwakilan Bahagian)
12. Josephine John (Perwakilan Bahagian)
13. Karen Goh Wee Mei (Pemerhati)
14. Kho Hee Khiat (Pemerhati)
15. Marzuki b. Hj. Raden Mahmud (Pemerhati)

Thursday, February 04, 2010

SELAMAT MENYAMBUT TAHUN BARU CINA

SELAMAT MENYAMBUT TAHUN BARU CINA KEPADA SEMUA WARGA PENDIDIK KHUSUSNYA AHLI-AHLI STU YANG MERAYAKANNYA

Saturday, September 12, 2009

SELAMAT HARI RAYA AIDIL FITRI


SELAMAT BERPUASA & SELAMAT MENYAMBUT HARI RAYA AIDIL FITRI

KEPADA SEMUA AHLI STU YANG BERAGAMA ISLAM

Sunday, August 24, 2008

INSENTIF BARU UNTUK GURU

Berikut adalah intipati ucapan Perdana Menteri Malaysia, YAB Dato' Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi semasa merasmikan pelancaran Hari Guru 2008 Peringkat Kebangsaan Ke-37 di Dewan Seri Negeri, Ayer Keroh, Melaka pada tanggal 16 Mei 2008

Kerajaan bersetuju untuk mengambil kira pengalaman mengajar para guru semasa dalam skim bukan siswazah DGA29 untuk pertimbangan kenaikan gred secara"time-based" setelah berada dalam skim siswazah iaitu dari gred DG41 ke DG44
Kaedah yang akan digunakan ialah stiap tiga tahun pengalaman di gred DGA29 akan dikira sebagai satu tahun pengalaman di gred DG41, tertakluk kepada had maksimum pengiraan tiga tahun pengalaman DG41.
Insentif ini merupakan satu tambahan kepada keputusan kerajaan sebelum ini untuk memberi satu hadiah kenaikan gaji.
Perdana Menteri turut mengumumkan kelulusan cadangan supaya guru gred DG41 yang berasal dari skim bukan siswazah dan memegang jawatan guru besar akan dipertimbangkan untuk kenaikan pangkat ke gred DG44 selepas tiga tahun berkhidmat sebagai guru besar pada gred DG41
Bagi Guru Cemerlang, tempoh kelayakan permohonan gred DGA29 ke DGA32 dan DG41 ke DG44 dipendekkan dari tujuh tahun kepada lima tahun pengalaman mengajar.
Bagi pegawai yang telah dinaikkan pangkat Guru Cemerlang di sesuatu gred, boleh dipertimbangkan kenaikan pangkat ke gred selanjutnya tanpa perlu menunggu tempoh tiga tahun perkhidmatan dalam gred yang sedang disandang.
Kerajaan juga bersetuju untuk memperuntukkan 10 peratus daripada kuota Guru Besar Cemerlang DGA38 sebanyak 1,700 jawatan seperti yang diumumkan tahun lalu kepada pengelola dan guru yang berkhidmat di Kementerian Pelajaran, Jabatan Pelajaran Negeri dan Pejabat Pelajaran Daerah yang menunjukkan prestasi yang cemerlang.
Gred Jawatan Pegawai Pelajaran Daerah (PPD) dinaikkan dari gred DG48 ke gred DG52 dan DG54
Struktur seluruh PPD di seluruh negara akan diseragamkan dengan memansuhkan Pejabat Pelajaran Gabungan (PPG) bagi negeri Sabah dan Sarawak.
Selain kenaikan gred PPD, penambahbaikan juga akan mewujudkan ratusan jawatan kenaikan pangkat baru untuk para guru yang berkhidmat di PPD
Kerajaan juga meluluskan cadangan penstrukturan baru Kementerian Pelajaran yang melibatkan pertambahan jawatan dan kenaikan gred bagi jawatan pengurusan tertinggi dan ketua bahagian dari gred DG54 hingga ke JUSA . Sebagai contoh, kesemua jawatan Timbalan Ketua Pengarah Pelajaran kini diseragamkan pada gred JUSA A berbandingkan sebelumnya berbeza pada gred JUSA A, B, C dan DG54

MAJLIS PENYERAHAN CEK SKIM INSURANS BERKELOMPOK PELBAGAI MANFAAT GREAT EASTERN (Livin' Pay)


Satu majlis ringkas penyerahan cek Skim Insurans Berkelompok Pelbagai Manfaat Great Eastern (Livin' Pay) berjumlah RM 85,484.49 kepada isteri mendiang Wong Ing Hung, Cikgu Nui Sui Leng dari SK Perbandaran Sibu No. 4, Sibu. Mendiang Wong Ing Hung telah meninggal dunia dalam satu kemalangan jalan raya di Jalan Oya, Sibu pada tahun 2007. Majlis penyerahan cek tersebut telah dilakukan oleh Pengerusi STU Bahagian Sibu, En. Tan Kuang Wui di Pejabat STU Sibu, Jalan Kampung Dato, Sibu. Skim insuran ini adalah inisiatif STU untuk memberi pelindungan dan menjaga kebajikan ahli-ahli STU.Kemudahan skim ini telah boleh dipanjangkan kepada ahli keluarga ahli STU walaupun mereka ini bukan ahli STU.
Gambar di atas menunjukkan penyerahan cek oleh Pengerusi STU Bahagian Sibu En. Tan Kuang Wui kepada isteri mendiang Wong Ing Hung, Cikgu Nui Sui Leng di Pejabat STU Sibu dan disaksikan oleh Encik Polycarp Teng, Naib Presiden STU Pusat (berdiri tengah) dan ahli-ahli exco STU Bahagian Sibu)

PERSIDANGAN PERWAKILAN DWITAHUNAN STU KE 19



Kesatuan Guru Sarawak (STU) telah mengadakan Persidangan Perwakilan Dwitahunan ke 19 di Holiday Inn, Kuching mulai 16 Ogos, 2008 hingga 18 Ogos, 2008. Persidangan itu telah dirasmikan oleh Menteri Perumahan Sarawak, Dato Seri Abang Abdul Rahman Zohari bin Tun Abang Haji Openg. Persidangan itu telah dihadiri oleh lebih daripada 120 perwakilan yang mewakili semua bahagian dalam Sarawak. STU Bahagian Sibu telah menghantar 12 orang perwakilan (termasuk 2 exco yang berada dalam jawatankuasa pusat). Mereka yang mewakili STU Bahagian Sibu adalah seperti berikut:

1. En. Polycarp Teng (Naib Presiden STU Pusat)
2. En. Tan Kuang Wui (Pengerusi STU Bahagian Sibu)
3. En. Hii Nai Tong (Naib Pengerusi STU Bahagian Sibu)
4. En. Ivy Yong Ik Tong (Setiausaha STU Bahagian Sibu & Exco STU Pusat)
5. En. Wong Teck Onn (Bendahari STU Bahagian Sibu)
6. En. Henry Ong Beng Kee (Exco STU Bahagian Sibu)
7. Pn. Salmah binti Chali (Exco STU Bahagian Sibu)
8. Cik Rohani binti Mohd Eded (Exco STU Bahagian Sibu)
9. Cik Mariam binti Bustaman Vong (Exco STU Bahagian Sibu)
10. Cik Marina Mohd Nor (Exco STU Bahagian Sibu)
11. En. Abi ak. Barieng (Wakil STU Daerah Kanowit)
12. En. Abang Khaderi bin Abang Bolhassan (Wakil STU Daerah Selangau)

Pada penghujung persidangan tersebut, 10 resolusi telah diputuskan untuk dibawa ke pihak atasan untuk tindakan. (muat turun 10 resolusi 19th BDC STU)
Gambar atas menunjukkan delegasi dari STU Bahagian Sibu dan gambar bawah menunjukkan keseluruhan perwakilan dalam persidangan tersebut.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

24th ASEAN Council Of Teachers' Convention

The 24th ASEAN Council of Teachers' Convention will be held from 12th to 16th December 2008 at Charoen Hotel, Ampuhur Muang, Undon Thani Province, Thailand. The theme for the convention will be "Sustainable Environment Education for Quality of Life"
Stated below are the following:
1. Registration Fee : USD 30.00 participant
2. Hotel Packages : USD 130.00 (Twin Sharing) 1 pax for 4 nights
3. Air Fare Mas or Air Asia (which ever is cheaper) & Thai Airline (domestic)
4. Excursion to Vientiane, Lao PDR : USD 30.00 per participant

All interested members are to register with STU together with the registration fee of USD 30.00 and a deposit of RM 300.00 (non-refundable) on or before 26 August 2008 as we need to submit the listing to the host union by 1st September 2008

For further information about this convention, please do not hesitate to contact the following:

Bro. Polycarp Teng,
Guru Besar,
SK Sungai Buloh,
Selangau.
Tel: 0198982010

Bro. Tan Kuang Wui,
Guru Besar,
SK SEDC, Sibu
Tel: 0198183703

Sis. Ivy Yong,
Guru Besar,
SK Tg. Penasu, Sibu
Tel: 0138000324

Friday, May 30, 2008

NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON TRADE UNION RIGHTS FOR KEY TRADE UNION OFFICIALS




Salam sejahtera kepada semua ahli STU dan Selamat Gawai Dayak kepada semua ahli STU yang merayakan Gawai.

STU merupakan sebuah kesatuan sekerja yang bergabung dengan sebuah kesatuan sekerja sedunia yang dipanggil "Education International" (EI) yang berpusat di Brussels, Belgium. EI mempunyai keahlian melebihi 30 juta yang mewakili pelbagai sektor pendidikan dari Pra sekolah hingga ke Universiti. Ia meliputi 394 kesatuan sekerja dan persatuan kebangsaan dari 171 buah negara dan wilayah di dunia. Baru-baru ini EI wilayah Asia Pasifik yang berpejabat di Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia telah menganjurkan satu bengkel yang bertajuk "National Workshop On Trade Union Rights For Key Trade Union Officials". Bengkel tersebut telah berjalan mulai 26 Mei 2008 hingga 29 Mei, 2008 di Hotel Federal, Kuala Lumpur. Peserta-peserta yang menghadiri bengkel tersebut terdiri daripada ahli-ahli dari STU, NUTP dan MAE (Malaysian Association Of Education) Dalam bengkel tersebut, STU telah diwakili oleh 6 peserta yang terdiri daripada Encik Ong Kheng Syn (Timbalan Setiausaha Agung STU Pusat), Encik Ng Siew Song (Naib Bendahari Agung STU Pusat), Encik Tan Kuang Wui (Pengerusi STU Bahagian Sibu), Cik Fu Yung Yung (Setiausaha STU Bahagian Kuching), Puan Irene Wong (Setiausaha STU Bahagian Sarikei) dan Cik Elizabeth Dikertina Achuk (Setiausaha STU Bahagian Miri)
(Gambar atas menunjukkan sebahagian daripada peserta bengkel tersebut dan gambar bawah menunjukkan peserta-peserta bengkel dari STU-Dari kiri Encik Ng Siew Song, Encik Tan Kuang Wui, Cik Elizabeth Dikertina Achuk, Puan Irene Wong, Cik Fu Yung Yung dan Encik Ong Kheng Syn)

Saturday, May 03, 2008

SARAWAK TEACHERS' UNION (STU) BIENNIAL DELEGATES CONFERENCE



Mesyuarat Perwakilan Dwitahunan Kesatuan Guru Sarawak (STU) dijangka diadakan pertengahan bulan Ogos ia itu pada cuti pertengahan semester kedua di Kuching tahun ini. STU bahagian Sibu dijangka akan menghantar 10 perwakilan ke mesyurat tersebut. (Dari profil BDC yang lepas - Gambar atas menunjukkan sebahagian daripada perwakilan dari STU Bahagian Sibu yang mengambil bahagian dalam BDC dan gambar bawah menunjukkan mantan Pengarah Pelajaran Sarawak Cikgu Rabiah bt. Johari menerima cenderhati daripada Presiden STU Encik William Ghani Bina

MESYUARAT AGUNG KE-43 KESATUAN GURU SARAWAK (STU) BAHAGIAN SIBU



Mesyuarat Agung ke-43 Kesatuan Guru Sarawak (STU) Bahagian Sibu dijadualkan berlangsung pada 22 Jun 2006 di Hotel Paramount, Sibu. Tiket-tiket makan tengah hari sempena mesyuarat agung tersebut mulai dijual di sekolah-sekolah melalui wakil-wakil sekolah (school rep.) Selain daripada itu, insentif kecemerlangan akademik untuk anak-anak ahli juga akan disampaikan pada hari tersebut. Borang permohonan insentif kecemerlangan akademik untuk anak-anak ahli telah diedar ke semua sekolah bahagian Sibu. Anak-anak ahli yang layak memohon insentif tersebut diseru supaya menghantar borang permohonan mereka sebelum 23 Mei 2008 kepada Encik Wong Teck Ong (Bendahari STU) merangkap Guru Besar, SJK (C) Nang Sang, Sibu. Turut diraikan dalam mesyuarat agung kali ini ialah seramai lebih kurang 40 orang ahli kita yang telah dan akan bersara sepanjang tahun 2008. (Dari profil Mesyuarat Agung Tahun Lepas -Gambar disebelah kiri menunjukkan ahli-ahli kita yang mengambil bahagian secara aktif dalam mesyuarat agung & Gambar sebelah kanan menunjukkan salah seorang ahli kita yang bersara menerima cenderahati daripada tetamu kehormat, YB Datuk Lau Hui Chiew)