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Serve for the right

When our beloved lecturer Dr. Khaing Khaing Myint left us last week, I was a little puzzled on why she is leaving us after so many years being with us.

She was one of the best teacher I ever meet in my life. The way she teach us, is different , as other lecturer trying to give us plenty of knowledge that we must know, she only teach us the basic and make sure that we understand even if it only for a few things. In the end I realized that it is better to understand something rather than remembering everything and understand nothing.

Last week Saturday after a heavy lecture on Saturday morning, we asked one of our lecturer regarding why Dr.Khaing Khaing Myint leave UMS. The answer was so touching.

It is just simply because she want to serve her country which is in crisis right now after Nargis tragedy a few months ago. We were told that even the payment in UMS is much better than in Myanmar, but it serving her own country is one responsibility for her and it cannot be compared to money or anything else.

We were touched.

Is there any other people who would think like that?

I bet that there are not so many people like her in this world.

Simply put, like me, I would like to serve in Sabah rather than in my hometown in Labuan because if you served in sabah, you would get extra RM900 allowance. I am totally not like her. I never think of serving on my own place.

But, sabah and Labuan make no difference at all, still I am serving my country Malaysia. But, I think that someday, if someone give me an option of 1. money and overseas and 2. No money and Malaysia, I would choose no 1. Definitely.


But now I am thinking as my beloved ENT lecturer was thinking. Serving for the right people. Maybe later I would consider option no 2. …..

Some people changed..

Our last day with Dr.Khaing Khaing Myint, our ENT lecturer.

By the way, this is my ENT posting group, still the same. Picture taken in our lecture room in Riverside Clinical Block. I was at the back. Only my head can be visualized. Haha. Interested in anyone in this picture, give me an email or something then... :-)


  1. aku nak jadi macam lecturer ko tu lah.. maksud aku, kehebatan dia mengajar =D

    tentang duit dan oversea tu, aku pun setuju dgn ko. hik


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