For those people who are infected with AIDS/HIV, what does the future hold for them? Not much, we may think.
How shall they live while they are still alive? Can they still live normally like you and me? Well, if they were known by others as having AIDS/HIV, they often will face discrimination against them.
Unfortunately, social stigma is inevitable. They are deprived of privileges and opportunities in life. They are discriminated, ignored, forsaken. Their lives seem gone.
Recently, I was approached by my friend in charge of Crisis Home, an non-profit organization taking care of these unfortunate people, to do something online for them.
So a blog has been set up at http://www.crisishome.org. It serves to create awareness in the society, to dispel social stigma and misunderstandings against those with AIDS/HIV, and to communicate the message of the organization through the Internet.
It is in serving them that I had to confess and repent for my own discrimination against these people. I’m culpable for my misunderstandings against them, including a few popular myths about HIV/AIDS.
Yes, they are infected with AIDS/HIV. But they are still human. There is definitely hope for them to be useful in this life, and after.
I’m advertising for a friend who has strong connections in these two countries.
So if you are interested to explore any business opportunities in Cambodia or Papua New Guinea, please contact me here and I’ll connect you to the businessman.
By the way, I often wonder why some newly wed couples must go to Europe or Western countries for their honeymoon holidays?
On the contrary, I wish I could visit some unconventional destinations. Cambodia and Papua New Guinea are good examples, though I don’t favor them for honeymoon. But Japan is at the top of my list
Have you been to these countries too?
Update 9 March 2011 – I no longer have the business contact. Please don’t contact me any more about business opportunities in these two countries. Thanks.
I have two similar projects on hand to develop two education web sites. You can charge RM 10,000 or more for each one.
The good thing is that, both projects are very similar. The same web pages and coding from the first project can be reused for the second project with just a little modification. They are basically the same sites but for two different organizations.
The web sites are to be developed using Microsoft technologies such as ASP or ASP.NET. Customer is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and you need to be physically here to see the customer.
Please contact me here if you are interested.
Sorry but NextLevel Tutor Network (Malaysia) web site at http://nextlevel.com.my is currently down while I’m doing a little revamp to the whole web site.
For the time being, you can still access NextLevel Tutor Network (Singapore) web site at http://nextlevel.com.sg to get tutors and tuition jobs. It is the same site as the Malaysian site.
It’s time to change business model!