Bee sting and a missed opportunity

TOPIC: “EXPANDING THE ROLE OF PARLIAMENT IN GLOBAL SOCIETY, DEVELOPMENT AND SECURITY.”

I was looking forward to attend this meeting at the Plenary Hall, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre this morning. Many MPs from the Commonwealth countries were coming to attend this function in Malaysia which was declared opened by the Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Najib Tun Razak.

Unfortunately, I could not make it because the area of my left eye was stung by a bee last night when I was having dinner. I thought that it would be alright and I didn’t bother much about it. At about midnight I could see that the swelling got progressively bigger and I was advised by a friend that I should get medical attention before it got worse. So I decided to go and my friend drove me to the University Hospital. I was professionally treated and given a 2-day medical certificate.

I was very disappointed indeed that I missed this opportunity.

– Terjemahan oleh Lee Wee Tak – Ucapan ribuan terima kasih dari Wee Choo Keong –

TAJUK: “MELUASKAN PERANAN PARLIMEN DALAM KEMASYARAKATAN, PEMBANGUNAN DAN KESELAMATAN SEJAGAT.”

Saya tidak sabar untuk menghadiri mesyuarat tersebut pagi ini di Plenary Hall, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. Ramai ahli parlimen daripada negara-negara Komanwel akan menghadiri sidang ini di Malaysia yang dirasmikan oleh Naib PM, Datuk Najib Tun Razak.

Malangnya saya tidak boleh hadir kerana mata kiri saya telah disengat oleh lebah semalam semasa saya sedang makan malam. Saya ingat saya tidak bermasalah namun pada tengah malam saya rasa lebam kian membesar dan saya dinasihatkan supaya dapatkan rawatan sebelum keadaan bertambah buruk. Saya membuat keputusan supaya mendapatkan rawatan perubatan dan kawan saya membawa saya ke Universiti Hospitaldi mana saya dirawat dengan baik dan diberi cuti sakit selama 2 hari .

Saya amat kecewa kerana telah melepaskan peluang ini.

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10 thoughts on “Bee sting and a missed opportunity

  1. lee wee tak

    Dear YB, maybe you should close the service centre for tonight and take a good rest.

    I hope the fuse box issue is settled.

    Reply
  2. Maizatul Ahmad

    YB.. could you propose in the Parliament that all YB must declare their assets and that it should be open for public scrutiny? All MPs, state and federal level…

    I would really appreciate it…

    Reply
  3. Wee Choo Keong

    Dear Friends

    Thank you so much for your concerns. I do appreciate it very much. I will not be at the Service Centre tonight as the eye is still swollen and I am still having vision problem. I am still on medication and if i take it I will feel very sleepy. I really am sorry for the inconvenience caused and will see you all next week.

    I am in full support of En Maizatul Ahamd’s idea. This idea has been brought up many times but fallen on deaf ears. I will definitely do it at the appropriate time.

    Once again thank you so much to anonymous, Malaysia 64, hafiz, Lee Wee Tak (also for his translation into BM) and others.

    Regards

    Reply
  4. maizatul ahmad

    Thank you YB. Please fight for its implementation. I think that will help us, rakyat biasa, to have greater respect and trust on all our elected MPs in the future.

    Thank you very much.

    ps could you ask Tan Kok Wai to start a blog?

    Reply

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