Bandar Botanic Layout Plan

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Tuesday, 29 September 2009

BBRAeNEWS No.239 - The 5th BBRA Walk & Talk.

Dear Residents,

The 5th BBRA Walk & Talk.
The 5th BBRA Walk & Talk was held on the 27th September,2009 on Sunday at 5.30pm. Committees and residents went for a walk and visited the Concrete Wall at the end of Phase 6.

MPK put up a new sign which includes no cyclists allowed too.This photo shows a motorbike parking next to the barrier, it shows the barrier somehow was effective in deterring more motorcycle coming into the lake area.

Some of the participants near the Concrete Wall.
One for the Album.

Tuesday, 22 September 2009

BBRAeNEWS No.238 - BBRA's A Doctor's Corner - Final Part 5.

Dear Residents,

This is the final part 5 of Heart Health.

Supplementing Your Heart Health: Omega-3, Plant Sterols, and More 5
If you have high cholesterol, or if you're at high risk for heart disease and heart attack, some supplements can help lower your cholesterol.
Lifestyle Solutions for Healthy Hearts

Supplements are no panacea. If you use them, use them in connection with proven lifestyle habits that benefit the heart -- and with medications prescribed by your doctor.
After all, a bad diet and an inactive lifestyle are the biggest risk factors for heart disease. Making changes to improve your lifestyle can make a big difference.
Food is medicine: "Food comes first," says Guarneri. "There are reams of research showing that the Mediterranean diet -- high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, olive oil, nuts, wine, and fatty fish -- help decrease blood pressure and stroke." It's possible to reduce heart-related events (like heart attack) by 50% to 60% by following this type of diet, she adds.
One long-term study of 15,700 adults found these four factors were the most important:
· Eating five fruits and vegetables daily
· Walking or getting other exercise for at least 2.5 hours weekly
· Keeping BMI (body mass index) out of the obese range
· Don't smoke
Salmon, mackerel, sardines, tuna, and other omega-3 fatty fish should be staples, she says.
Daily exercise is a must: The Clinical Council on Cardiology advises 40 minutes to one hour of aerobic activity every day and strength training three days a week.
A 2002 study showed that more intense exercise works better than moderate exercise in reducing cholesterol. The study involved sedentary, overweight men and women -- all with mild-to-moderately high cholesterol -- who did not change their diet. Researchers found that those who got moderate exercise (12 miles of walking or jogging a week) lowered their LDL levels, but those who did more vigorous exercise -- jogging 20 miles a week -- got even better LDL results.
Stress reduction is key: Stress increases cortisol (a hormone), which puts fat on the midline -- which increases heart risks. Stress also produces inflammation that leads to increased plaque in blood vessels, Guarneri explains. Two stress hormones -- adrenaline and norepinephrine -- raise cholesterol, blood pressure, and cause heart rhythm problems. They also constrict coronary arteries, cause blood pressure to go up. When we're under stress, our ability to fight infection is reduced.
"We have to factor in true mind-body-spirit approaches -- eating right, exercising, taking steps to reduce stress and anger," she says.
While any type of meditation is helpful, Guarneri advises using transcendental meditation. "It is well studied; there is a lot of research showing that it decreases blood pressure and improves insulin resistance. I also encourage people to look into computer programs that teach biofeedback -- helping people control their autonomic nervous system. Healing Rhythms and HeartMath are two biofeedback programs."
"It's all about lifestyle," she says. "It's not only what you eat, but who you're eating with. If you're in a bad relationship, you can eat all the Brussels sprouts in the world and it won't help your heart."

BBRAeNEWS No.237 - Wishes from staffs of BBRA.

Dear Residents of Bandar Botanic and Ambang Botanic,

In this holy month of compassion, joyful kindness and great generosity, we the Committee members and staff of Bandar Botanic Resident Association wishes every muslim residents a Selamat Hari Raya Adilfitri.

Monday, 21 September 2009

BBRAeNEWS No.236 - The Concrete Wall.

Dear Residents,

Bandar Botanic - The Concrete Wall.

The Concrete Wall built by TMO, approved by MPK, to deter ruthless motor cyclists using the Walkway Path meant for padestrians is finally here.

BBRAeNEWS No.235 - Trees Aftercares.

Bandar Botanic Garden
Trees fallen down slightly should be re-panted in
the upright manner, and not just to be simply left
alone- which will look ugly and untidy. It spoils the

Sunday, 20 September 2009

BBRAeNEWS No.234 - A Doctor's Corner - Part 4

Dear Residents,

BBRA's A Doctor's Corner.

Heart Health Part 4 of 5.

Supplementing Your Heart Health: Omega-3, Plant Sterols, and More 4
If you have high cholesterol, or if you're at high risk for heart disease and heart attack, some supplements can help lower your cholesterol.
Green Tea Extract for Heart Health
Green tea extract is made from the dried leaves of Camellia sinensis, a perennial evergreen shrub. Green tea is a staple in Chinese traditional medicine.
This supplement is one of Guarneri's favorites and is shown to decrease LDL by 16%. She advises 375 milligrams of theaflavin-enriched green tea extract daily.
B Vitamins: B-6 (pyridoxine), B-12, and Folic Acid for Heart Health
B-complex vitamins help keep nerves and red blood cells healthy. They may also lower blood levels of homocysteine, an amino acid that’s possibly linked to heart disease, blood clots, heart attack, and strokes.
More studies are needed to fully understand the link between homocysteine and vitamin supplements, researchers say.
Coenzyme Q10 for Heart Health
Coenzyme Q10 is produced by the body and is necessary for basic cell functioning. Small studies have suggested that CoQ10 may reduce chest pain (angina). For people with clogged arteries, CoQ10 may make exercise easier.
Guarneri recommends CoQ10 supplements for patients taking statin drugs for high cholesterol. Some researchers believe that statins may block the natural formation of CoQ10 in muscle cells, which could contribute to heart muscle damage. The evidence, however, isn’t clear. A 2008 Canadian study showed that statins did not significantly reduce tissue concentrations of CoQ10.
Policosanol for Heart Health
Policosanol is a natural plant mixture used to lower cholesterol. Studies have shown policosanol helps reduce LDL cholesterol.
An analysis of 52 studies found that taking policosanol reduced LDL cholesterol by 24%; taking plant sterols reduced LDL by 10%. Policosanol also improved total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, and triglyceride levels more favorably than plant sterols.
Guarneri, however, is not a big fan of policosanol. No large studies of policosanol have been conducted in the United States.
A cautionary note: Don't take policosanol if you're taking blood thinners or drugs that lower cholesterol. Talk to your doctor first.
Soy for Heart Health
Soy has been shown to decrease total and LDL cholesterol, with smaller benefits to triglycerides. However, soy supplements have not been proven to reduce long-term risk of heart attack or stroke.
Two big cautions: Women with hormone-sensitive cancers (breast, ovarian, uterine cancer) or endometriosis may be advised not to take soy. People taking blood-thinning drugs should also talk to their doctors before taking soy.
Other Herbs, Spices, Extracts
Artichoke leaf extract, yarrow, and holy basil may help lower cholesterol, according to early studies. These and other commonly used herbs and spices -- like ginger, turmeric, and rosemary -- are being studied for their potential in preventing heart disease.
Globe artichoke leaf has become increasingly available in the United States. Preliminary studies suggest that these extracts may reduce total cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
Multiple studies of garlic extract have reported small reductions in total and LDL cholesterol over short periods of time (4 to 12 weeks), but it's not clear whether this benefit is lasting or short-term. Also, effects on HDL are not clear.

Friday, 18 September 2009

BBRAeNEWS No.233 - Selamat Hari Raya.

Dear Residents,

Selamat Hari Raya

BBRA Committee member for Phase 5, Dr Jayaraman Munusamy, wishes all residents of Bandar Botanic a Selamat Hari Raya Puasa Aidil Fitri.

Wednesday, 16 September 2009

BBRAeNEWS No.232 - BBRA's Cookery Delights.

Dear Residents,

BBRA's Cookery Delights.
(For the Botanical Housewives who loves cooking).

Murg Ambari Biryani
(Biryani with boneless chicken and a hint of sandalwood )

Serves : 4

Time required : 45 minutes
400 g boneless chicken , cubed

125 g ghee
5 g garam masala powder
60 g ginger - garlic paste
150 g curd
3 g white pepper powder
Salt to taste
10 g ginger , julienned
8 green chillies , slit lengthwise
15 g browned onions
400 g basmati rice, washed and soaked for 20 minutes
1 g cardamom - mace powder

70 ml cream
5 g mint leaves , chopped
Atta dough for sealing the lid
2 eggs , hard - boiled , shelled and sliced
1 teaspoon saffron ( dilute with 2 teaspoon warm milk )

For the banquet garni :

5 g sandalwood powder
5 g mace8 cardamom
5 g kebab chini powder
5 cm cinnamon


Heat ghee in a pan and season with the whole garam masala , add ginger - garlic paste and sauté
for three minutes.
Add chicken and saute for three minutes .

Add curd , pepper powder , salt , ginger juliennes , green chillies and brown onions. Fry well and cook chicken until chicken is cooked.Bring plenty of water to boil a boil with the banquet of garni and salt. Add rice and cook till three- fourth done.

Remove banquet garni and drain out the water .

Put the pan with the chicken on low heat. Sprinkle cardamom - mace powder , cream and mint
leaves over. Arrange egg slices over it.
Cover with a layer of rice . Sprinkle saffron milk.

Cover the rice with a moist cloth or butter paper and seal the lid with atta dough.
Put the sealed pan on dum in a pre - heated oven or on a hot plate with live charcoal on top for 10 to 15 minutes.

Serve hot with raita.

Nutritional value of each serving - 896.1 kcal
Proteins : 42.7 g
Fat : 45.0 g
Carbohydrates : 89.1 g

BBRAeNEWS No.231 - A Doctor's Corner.

Dear Residents,

BBRA's A Doctor's Corner.

Part 3 of 5 parts.
Supplementing Your Heart Health: Omega-3, Plant Sterols, and More 3
If you have high cholesterol, or if you're at high risk for heart disease and heart attack, some supplements can help lower your cholesterol.
Niacin for Heart Health
Also known as vitamin B-3 or nicotinic acid, niacin is a well-accepted treatment for high cholesterol. "Niacin is one of my favorites," Guarneri says. "It is tried and true in raising HDL and lowering triglycerides." She prescribes from 500 milligrams to 2 grams daily, depending on the patient's blood levels.
Numerous studies have shown that niacin can significantly improve HDL cholesterol with better results than with statin drugs. Niacin can also improve LDL levels, but less dramatically. "Niacin is one of the most powerful vitamins -- increasing HDL by 15% to 30%, reducing triglycerides by 20% to 50%," she says.
A very small percentage of patients who take niacin have heart rhythm problems. Some people do get hot flushes from niacin, so it's important to start with small doses and increase slowly, under a doctor's supervision.
Psyllium for Heart Health
Psyllium (ispaghula) comes from the husks of seeds from Plantago ovata. Psyllium, either through supplements or high-fiber foods, provides fiber that can reduce total and LDL cholesterol. Fiber’s effects on HDL “good” cholesterol are less clear, although some research suggests fiber may help increase HDL.
Guarneri likes fiber, including psyllium. Just 15 grams of psyllium reduces LDL by up to 9%, she reports. Psyllium also boosts the effects of statin drugs. In an eight-week study, one group of patients took 10 milligrams of psyllium plus 10 milligrams of Zocor, a statin drug. They were compared to patients taking 20 milligrams of Zocor plus a placebo. In the psyllium group, LDL fell by 63, compared with 55 in the statin-only group.
One caution: Psyllium can decrease absorption of other medications. Make sure you talk to your doctor before taking psyllium.
Red Yeast Rice for Heart Health
Red yeast rice is derived from a specific yeast that grows on rice. This extract has been shown to lower total and LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels, help prevent heart attack, and improve blood flow. "If you want to reduce LDL cholesterol, red yeast rice can do it," says Guarneri. In fact, it contains a substance -- monacolin K -- that is identical to the active ingredient of the cholesterol-lowering statin drug Mevacor.
Data from one study showed that 1,200 milligrams of red yeast rice daily resulted in significant reductions in total cholesterol (19%), LDL cholesterol (26%), and triglycerides (16%). Another study using higher doses of red yeast rice -- 2,400 milligrams to 3,600 milligrams -- found that when red yeast rice was combined with fish oil and lifestyle changes, it lowered bad LDL levels as effectively as the statin Zocor -- about 40%.
Most red yeast rice supplements in the U.S. recommend taking no more than 2,400 milligrams daily. Higher doses increase the risk of side effects, such as muscle pain and tenderness, and possibly liver damage. In addition, do not take red yeast rice if you’re taking a statin cholesterol-lowering medication as this further increases the risk of side effects.
Red yeast rice should not be used by people with liver disease. In addition, it may increase the risk of bleeding and should be used with caution by people taking blood thinners.

BBRAeNEWS No.230 - BBRA's Fight against crime.

Dear Residents,
BBRA's Fight Against Crimes.

Streets Crimes – Putrajaya(2009/07/28): The government is making the right against street crimes a priority and aims to reduce the incidence of such cases by 20 per cents by the end of next year. We stress reducing street crimes as they cause trauma and prolonged fear among the communities – Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

Wednesday September 16, 2009
The Star Newspaper
Jockey slashed in early morning attack

KUALA LUMPUR: Two parang-wielding men slashed a jockey when he arrived for work at the Selangor Turf Club (STC) in Sungei Besi here.
Vellaikannu Palanisamy, 41, was just getting out of his car when the incident took place at the car park at about 6.30am yesterday.
He blocked the blow towards his head with his left arm and, as a result, suffered a cut on his elbow.
He was admitted to a private hospital here where he is recuperating.
The club has lodged a police report.
“It happened so fast and it was still very dark at that time. I think there were three of them.
“One was waiting in the car and the other two, both armed with sharp objects, went charging at him once he got out of his car,” said one witness in an inquiry at the STC after the incident.
Married with two children, Vellaikannu had just resumed riding after suffering an injury from a fall while riding a horse called Victory Star here early this month.
The last time he was on the winner’s podium was when he partnered Consong to win a RM35,000 race for maiden horses over 1,200m in Ipoh last month.
The year 2006 was probably Vellaikannu’s best. He won the RM250,000 Astro Wah Lai Toi Charity Cup via Fast Flying in Ipoh and the RM150,000 Penang Turf Club Anniversary Cup on China Rock.
The attack is the third on members of the racing fraternity this year.
In April, Malayan Racing Association deputy chief stipendiary steward Soo Lai Kwok suffered a fractured arm and leg when he was ambushed by eight people after he had stopped for lunch at Bukit Tambun in Penang.
Four months earlier in January, Soo’s boss David McGillivray had his left arm almost severed in a brutal attack outside a popular Indian restaurant in Ipoh.

Monday, 14 September 2009

BBRAeNEWS No.229 - BBRA's A Moment To Ponder - Direct Selling.

Dear Residents,

BBRA's A Moment To Ponder.

Direct Selling of another kind.
BBRA's A Moment to Ponder.
"Let No One Say the past is dead, the Past is all about us and within . Let us rediscover that our strength lives in living our ideals, not talking about them. "- Barrack Obama

Direct Selling of another kind.
In our present time of hypermarkets, supermarkets and shopping centers where many among us do our shopping and marketing as in buying vegetables, fruits, fishes, etc. we still have enterprising Malaysians who will do the some thing extra by bringing the vegetables, fruits, fishes, etc. right up to your door step. Customers may have to pay a bit more but at the end of the day, it’s worth it when you get services delivered to you.

The goal of this blog is also to bring Awareness to all residents of what is actually happening or had already happened. Some of the pictures may seems ruthless. But can each and everyone of us gives a Ponder of a Moment?
What is your personal opinion on this picture? ...Do you have any comments?

Sunday, 13 September 2009

BBRAeNEWS No.228 - A Doctor's Corner - Heart 2

Dear Residents,

BBRA's A Doctor's Corner.


Heart Health (Part 2)

Supplementing Your Heart Health: Omega-3, Plant Sterols, and More 2
If you have high cholesterol, or if you're at high risk for heart disease and heart attack, some supplements can help lower your cholesterol.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids (Fish Oil, Flaxseed Oil) for Heart Health continued...
She advises taking 1 to 4 grams of fish oil daily -- containing 240 milligrams of DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and 360 milligrams of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) per gram. However, the prescribed dosage will vary depending on the patient's blood samples. "With very high triglycerides, we might use higher doses," she says. High doses of omega-3 supplements -- over 3 grams daily -- may increase the risk of bleeding and should be done only under a doctor’s care.
If you're taking a statin drug to lower your cholesterol, fish oil provides added heart benefits, Guarneri says. A large Japanese study showed 19% fewer heart-related events (like heart attack) in adults taking a fish oil supplement plus a statin drug, compared with those taking only a statin.
Taking fish oil plus a magnesium supplement is also a good combination -- decreasing blood pressure and preventing heart rhythm problems, Guarneri adds. Look for glycinated magnesium, which is more easily absorbed.
She's not as big on flaxseed oil because results are not so dependable, Guarneri says. "Flaxseed oil has to be converted in the body, and conversion will vary from person to person depending on age and metabolism. But flax is soluble fiber and can lower LDL by 8% to 18% with doses of 40 to 50 grams per day."
Plant Sterols for Heart Health
Plant sterols are derived from plant-based foods and are used to enrich margarines and other foods. Many human and animal studies have found that plant sterol-enriched products lower total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol. Plant sterols do not affect triglycerides or HDL levels, however.
"Plant sterols block cholesterol absorption and lower LDL by 10%, Guarneri says. "They also work synergistically with statins and can be more effective than doubling the statin dose." Taking a statin plus plant sterol supplement can reduce LDL by 20%.
Numerous studies have shown that eating more plant sterol-enriched foods lowers total and LDL cholesterol. In a study of 194 adults with moderately high cholesterol, each consumed 2 servings of low-fat milk that was plant sterol-enriched. By the third week, their LDL cholesterol was reduced by 9.5%; by week six, LDL was 7.8% reduced.
Although some margarine and other specialized foods are made with plant sterols, Guarneri recommends powdered plant sterols because she says it’s easier to make sure you’re getting the recommended 2 grams per day.

BBRAeNEWS No.227 - A Moment Of Beauty.

Dear Residents,

BBRA's A Moment Of Beauty.

Foot Reflexology Exercise.
BBRA Moment of Beauty
Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.The goal of this blog is also to show at least one moment of beauty for each day. We can all benefit from taking some time each day to appreciate the beauty that surrounds us.A new lovely photo or image is presented every day. From bright images of flowers and landscape to solemn photos of religious status in shadow, to little hands discovering new things. BBRA Moment of Beauty will offers you a wonderful new surprise each day. Why you will like this site is because it is very family friendly and will brings a smile or moment of happiness of so.

Saturday, 12 September 2009

BBRAeNEWS No.226 - A Moment To Ponder.

Dear Residents,

BBRA's A Moment To Ponder.

A New Government Hospital.
BBRA's A Moment to Ponder.
"Let No One Say the past is dead, the Past is all about us and within . Let us rediscover that our strength lives in living our ideals, not talking about them. "- Barrack Obama

A New General Hospital for Bandar Botanic

The goal of this blog is also to bring Awareness to all residents of what is actually happening or had already happened. Some of the pictures may seems ruthless. But can each and everyone of us gives a Ponder of a Moment?

What is your personal opinion on this picture? ...Do you have any comments?

BBRAeNEWS No.225 - BBRA's A Doctor's Corner.

Dear Residents,
BBRA's A Doctor's Corner.


Today while having a walk at the Botanic Path, I suddenly have the urge to call BBRA's Phase 1 Committee Member and ask how is his health. I promised him I would look up an article on Heart from the BBRA's Doctor and post it into the BBRA's Blog. So Mr Jaya Kumar, here it is. Do take good care of yourself.

Heart Health. (Part I or 5 Parts)
Posted in Alternative medicine on March-27-2008

Coronary Artery Disease or Heart Disease in its more broader term is a deadly disease that effects millions of lives every year the primary treatments for curing or reversing CADS are angioplasty or open heart bypass surgery although effective treatments, both have their drawbacks, angioplasty although effective in clearing the arteries has been shown to leave arterial scarring or scar the inside of the artery wall, which often leads to the reformation of plaque in as little as a few weeks.
Open heart bypass surgery has been proven to be very effective but can be very painful and is financially out of reach for most Americans with no health care coverage, the average cost of open heart bypass surgery in 1995 was $44,820 in 2005 I’m sure the price is much more expensive. The fact is most Americans don’t have health care coverage or can’t afford to pay for such an expensive procedure, not to mention that A 2001 New England Journal of Medicine study shows 42% of Bypass patients experience a decline in intellectual abilities.
So where does that leave the average person or Americans? in many cases less invasive treatments such as blood thinners, beta blockers, calcium blockers, nitro patches are introduced but in terms of reversing heart disease and clearing plaque out of the arteries these can amount to very costly ineffective methods, and are primarily geared toward treating the symptoms and not necessarily reversing the condition.
Change in diet and exercise sound like good ideas, but how effective are they in clearing plaque out of arteries and reversing heart disease? the truth is their not, if you’re not at and advanced stage of CADS these changes may make you feel better, but if your at an advanced stage of heart disease it may bring on a heart attack even sooner and in terms of clearing plaque out of the arteries they do very little. Change in diet and exercise just wont do it, unfortunately in several cases their are no symptoms leading up to a major heart attack one of the complications or results of CADS.
Narrowing of the arteries has also been proven to raise blood pressure significantly because the heart has to work harder to force blood through the narrowed arteries, CADS can basically become the precursor to other health related issues such as High Blood Pressure, Angina, SCD ( sudden cardiac death) even Erectile Dysfunction.
So you ask what the average person can do to reverse heart disease and improve his or her overall health without paying for costly procedures and being asked to spend money that they just don’t have, on treatments that they can’t really afford?
Donald Ray has been a proponent of natural, herbal, treatments for years, and has a passion for and has benefited greatly from the use of all herbal and natural medicines and treatments as an alternative to traditional medical treatments

Thursday, 10 September 2009

BBRAeNEWS No.224 - Green Fingers.

Dear Residents,

The grafting of orchids onto trees.

Do you know that at Kiara precinct, near the lake, some trees are being grafted with orchids? Whether this was done by the residents or by the gardeners of MPK or TMO, it is not know yet, but it does looks beautiful.

The goal of grafting and budding is to join together two living plant parts so that the whole grows as one plant. The orchids supply the roots and the other piece, the body of a tree, provides the rest of the trunk. Each part retains its own beauty. Success in forming a permanent graft union between orchids and tree depends upon compatibility and climate, amongst others.
Grafting is not necessarily difficult, but it does require some skill and some forethought before making the attempt.

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

BBRAeNEWS No.223 - The Benefits of Lemon Grass.

Dear Residents,

Lemon Grass - What are the benefits?

TMO has grown some Lemon Grass at their Herbal Garden. I took the trouble to investigate to find the benefits of these Lemon Grass.

Tanglad or Lemon Grass
Scientific name: Cymbopogon ciatrus)
THESE ARE JUST OF FEW OF MANY BENEFITS OF LEMON GRASS. Citronella is known for its calming effect, STRESS AND INSOMNIA . It is also considered as a mild insect REPELLENT. But more than scent, Tanglad or lemon grass provides a lot of health benefits. Studies have shown that the lemon grass has antibacterial and anti fungal propertiesThe Lemon grass is a good cleanser that helps to DETOXIFY THE LIVER, pancreas, kidney, bladder and the digestive tract. It cuts down uric acid, cholesterol, excess fats and other toxins in the body while stimulating digestion, blood circulation, and lactation; it also alleviates indigestion and gastroenteritis. It is said that lemongrass also helps improve the skin by reducing acne and pimples and acts as a muscle and tissue toner. Also, it can reduce blood pressure. Just make a concoction by boiling some lemon grass leaves, let it cool for a while and drink the liquid.A recent study by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute of the department of Science and technology ( DOST ) claims that every 100g of edible tanglad when boiled can contain up to 24.205 micrograms of beta-carotene the anti-oxidant that scientists believe can help prevent cancer.oils from lemon grass might help with toe nail fungus ..
Other benefits -

reducing fevers
stomach cramps
flatulence and colic
easing arthritic pain
general digestive aid

BBRAeNEWS No.222 - Part II of Irresponsible Cutting down a tree.

Dear Residents,

A Neat and Beautiful Backyard.


Note the resident have already re-planted two fern trees to replace the 'fallen' down tree. The soil has also being raised with fresh earth refilled. The backyard is now neat and beautiful. Perhaps the earlier tree was chop down, perhaps the tree was being up-rooted during a thunder storm. Only the resident knows. Hopefully, the resident can give an explanation of what had actually happened.