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Agar aku tidak lupa: Morning walks at <b>Kuala Lipis</b> - Historical buildings

Posted: 23 Jan 2012 03:33 AM PST

After walking around the town [photos of which will be posted after this one], I took a cab and asked the taxi driver if he can be my personal tour guide for the day. You see, though Kuala Lipis is a small town in comparison to other towns in Malaysia, it will take me hours and hours or possibly at least a couple of days to fully cover it on foot. Moreover, it is a very hilly town. God forbid I'd collapsed from all the climbings.. hehe.
I became instantly fascinated by the old buildings. My mind wonders what it was like during their hey days. About the people who stayed there, the families that came all the way from England by ships which could have taken them months to reach Malaya. Of the sort of constructions involved in building the houses and residencies which still seemed to stand the test of times. Of the British officials, high ranking personnels and socialites partying at the Pahang Club. Of what would a day in the life of Sir Hugh Clifford's be like.
Anyways, here are the images I managed to capture during the 5 hours of being driven around by Uncle Raju the taxi driver cum personal tour guide. As it turned out, much much to my delight, uncle Raju is one of those old folks that has lots and lots of fabulous anecdotes about Kuala Lipis :).
I must admit that I had fallen in love with this sleepy and picturesque town :)
Lipis District Administration's Building
This building was completed in year 1919 and the management center for Pahang Darul Makmur state. On the second floor of this building was where the British Residen and Administrative Officers of Pahang State resided. While on the ground floor was the revenue collection and treasury office of British Government. Lipis at that time was the largest district in Pahang State. Its area included all the present Jerantut District and was one the richiest district with gold, ore, forest products and rubber.
Lipis Heritage Museum
This historic house was completed in year 1920. This house is situated on top of Bius hill, one of the historic hills in Kuala Lipis. This was a prominent housing area for high rangking government officials and Daerah Lipis's notable individuals. This house is said to be historic because the former Menteri Besar of Pahang and the current Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dato' Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak was born and brought up here. His father, the late Allahyarham Tun Abdul Razak bin Dato' Hussien once had resided in this house when he was the Secretary for the government of Pahang.
After Dato' Sri Najib resided in this house, it is still being maintained by the Government of Pahang to be occupied by Group 'A' Government Officer.
Pahang Club
It was the earliest building built by the British in 1907. This building site was the first base where the English first administer Pahang. The purpose in building this house was for Sir Hugh Clifford's who was at that time the Ulu Pahang's Superintendent.
Sir Hugh Clifford then planned to build a more suitable residence to monitor Kuala Lipis area and found Bukit Resident as a more suitable site. While waiting for the new house to be completed, he resided in the Pahang Club House till 1922.
When the Sir Hugh Clifford moved out to Resident House in 1922, this club house then became the official home of Inspector of Police till 1926. This police inspector headed the British Police Force where his team members constituted of people of Sibu, Dayak and Malay amounting to 100 people.
In 1926, the house was vacated and became the club for British Official and High Ranking Personals. Its membership was opened to British and Royal family. That time, the Pahang Club as at its peak, became the meeting place of the rich and famous. It was told that not any one can enter the club house. Patrons must be fully dressed in shirt and tie which symbolizing status at that time. Patrons' shoes must be mirror shine as the floor of this club which was polished daily.
After Malayan independent in 1957, the state capital was shifted to Kuantan. With the dwindling membership, it was opened to the public, irrespective of their origin or social standings.
Residency building
This Residency building was built in year 1922, at the highest hilltop in Kuala Lipis, home for the English Resident. The first resident to reside in this building was Hugh Clifford, 'Superintendent of Ulu Pahang'. Then all the Residents after him followed suit to stay in this building until the launched of second world war in year 1942 to 1945. In year 1958 to year 1965 this building was made Hostel for Male Student of Clifford School. This Bukit Residens's hostel then being closed in 31 December 1965. This house was left empty until 1983 before being made Government Rest House. In 1 December 1985, Lipis Muzium Corner has been created to display artifact and Kuala Lipis District culture. It is also the first Muzium Corner established in the Pahang State.
Thean Hou Gong temple
This temple was constructed by Buddha followers devoted to the Goddess Thean Hou in Lipis in 1898 presided by Kapitan from Ong generation. This temple was located facing the Sungai Jelai believed to look after the fishermen safety. Statue in this temple was brought in from China. In this temple there is a carved stone describing Thean Hou temple history. In 1926, massive flood had badly damaged part of this temple and had been to be rebuilt by using concrete structure and monitored by local superintendent at that time.
The Clifford School
The Clifford School (formerly the Anglo-Chinese School) was built in 1913 and named after Sir Hugh Clifford, the second British Resident to Pahang. Many of the States leaders and royalty were educated there. SMK Clifford is one of the premier school in Malaysia, the buildings and set up was a heritage left by the British. The original school was damaged by the big flood on 1926, thus a replacement had to be built. During the Japanese occupation in 1940, Kuala Lipis became the center of administration for Japanese in Pahang. Then the school was turned into a military head quarters and the classrooms became a place or torture and execution.

Clifford Secondary School at first was known as Goverment English School and commenced in 1913. When it first started it was only a little cottage at Sungai Jelai bank (now Jelai road) and had 12 pupils, all of them male. In 1918, total pupils increased to 200 then the school was forced to shift to to the present location.
The school buildings at that time was only made of wood as it was known the largest academic institution in Pahang State. The original school was damaged by the big flood on 1926, thus a replacement had to be built.
This school opening ceremony was done in 1929 by Sir Hugh Clifford, former Pahang British Resident. In 1926, he had become Governor of The Straits Settlements and High Commisioner of the Federated Malay States. To commemorate him the school was name under him after the ceremony.
This school had made history by becoming the first school to hold School Certificate Class in 1936. There were 11 students took the School Certificate exam and 9 of them had passed. Besides excellence in academic, this school also reached a great success in field of sports.
During the Japanese occupation in 1940, Kuala Lipis became the center of administration for Japanese in Pahang and this school was converted to Japanese army camp and became the military headquarters and Kempeitai Head Quaters.. The classrooms became a place or torture and execution.

State Mosque
The State Mosque was constructed in 1888 by a Yemeni Arab merchant by the name of Habib Hassan. He also donated his land for the mosque. Originally, this mosque's roof was made of wood.
This mosque was proclaimed as the Pahang State Mosque because Kuala Lipis was the capital of Pahang before Kuantan. The first imam of the mosque was Imam Awang who originally came from Indonesia. The first local to be the imam of the mosque was Imam Kawi, the second imam. At that time, the imam's salary was paid by using the zakat (alms) money. The first imam who received his salary from the government was Imam Salih bin Hussin.
According to the old folks' story, the uniqueness about the mosque was that it never gotten submerged in flood water even though the town of Lipis had several times experience massive floods. The location of the mosque, near the bank of the River Jelai also does not compromise it when floods hit.
Gurdwara Sahib
This building was constructed in 1918 during English ruling. It was built by Sikh community who worked as English Police, train station workers and English army.
With this Gurdwara Sahib, Sikh society expanded in Kuala Lipis. Although the Sikh population had deteriorated in numbers in recent years, this building is an historical evidence of the society's first settlement in the town.
Kuala Lipis Train Station
This train service started operating in 1926, where in its beginning only linking Kuala Lipis to Johore Bharu in the South, Chegar Perah in North and to Tumpat, Kelantan.
It was also the first land route introduced in Kuala Lipis. During the Japanese occupancy, the railway line was used as route to transport Japanese army to the south to attack Singapore. Apart from that it was the main transportation for the local as most Kuala Lipis District economic products are being channelled through this service for gold and ore.
Jelai Bridge
Jelai bridge was built after world war 2 at Bukit Betong designed by the British. It had to be rebuilt after the Japanese surrendered in 1945 as earlier the bridge was bombed by the retreating British army. The British planes were bombing the bridge in 1941 in an effort to slow the Japanese movement to Singapore.
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Majoriti Acara Sukma Tertumpu <b>Di Kuantan</b>

Posted: 26 Mar 2012 09:47 PM PDT

KUALA LUMPUR – Walaupun empat daerah di Pahang dipilih sebagai venue Sukan Malaysia (Sukma) ke-15 pada Julai ini, majoriti acara sukan tertumpu di Kuantan.

Pengarah Bahagian Pengurusan Acara Majlis Sukan Negara (MSN) Datuk Abdul Jalil Abdullah berkata Pahang yang akan menganjurkan temasya itu dari 7 hingga 16 Julai, menyenaraikan empat venue iaitu Kuantan, Temerloh, Rompin dan Pekan tetapi daripada 19 acara sukan wajib dan lima sukan pilihan yang dipertandingkan, hanya lima jenis sukan diadakan di luar Kuantan.

Temerloh menjadi venue bagi acara berbasikal, Rompin adalah untuk angkat berat dan Pekan bagi acara golf dan silat olahraga, katanya kepada Bernama hari ini.

Sebanyak 382 pingat emas, 382 perak dan 455 gangsa ditawarkan menerusi 24 acara yang dipertandingkan.

Acara sukan wajib yang dipertandingkan di Pahang ialah akuatik (renang, terjun), badminton, bola sepak, gimnastik, hoki, olahraga, skuasy, tenpin boling, angkat berat, berbasikal, karate, boling padang, memanah, menembak, perahu layar, silat, sepak takraw, taekwondo dan wusyu.

Sukan pilihan pula ialah tinju, petanque, golf, ekuestrian dan bola tampar.

Abdul Jalil berkata pendaftaran atlet akan bermula pada 1 Mei manakala tarikh akhir pendaftaran ialah Jun.

Mengenai masalah perebutan dan pertindihan pendaftaran atlet antara negeri-negeri, beliau berkata ia akan diselesaikan oleh jawatankuasa status atlet yang ahlinya terdiri semua pengarah MSN negeri.

Abdul Jalil berkata Brunei bersetuju untuk mengambil bahagian pada Sukma ke-15 ini selepas kali pertama menyertainya pada Sukma yang pertama, juga di Pahang pada 1996. – BERNAMA

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Trip REDAH 2012 ke Air Terjun Harimau Berjemor, <b>Kuala Rompin</b> <b>...</b>

Posted: 17 Feb 2012 07:43 AM PST

' Kembara Mahkota Jalanan' nama yang di cadangkan oleh Pak Dewa memang bertepatan dengan kembara kali ini.

Segalanya bermula dengan percantuman dua  separa konvoi daripada Kuala Lumpur dan Klang di hutan lipur Ulu Bendul Kuala Pilah pada jam 11.55pm, 3 Feb 2012.

Konvoi dengan jumlah sebanyak 12 jalopy bergerak mengharungi kegelapan malam ke Kuala Rompin, Pahang di ketuai oleh pak cendana melalui pekan Kuala Pilah, Juasih dan berhenti untuk berehat sebentar di persimpangan Bandar Baru Serting sebelum menyambung perjalanan ke Bandar Muazam shah. Setelah melayan kerenah mata selama lebih kurang 15 minit di Petronas Muazamshah, konvoi menyambung perjalanan ke Kuala Rompin dan tiba dengan selamatnya beberapa minit sebelum azan subuh berkumandang daripad corong pembesar suara masjid Kuala Rompin.

Setelah sembahyang subuh berjemaah di imamkan oleh pak leban, semua pilot dan co pilot mencari haluan sendiri untuk melelapkan mata sebentar sebelum terbitnya matahari.

Pada sebelah paginya tarikh 4 Feb.  Konvoi disajikan dengan hidangan istimewa yang di taja oleh YB Kuala Rompin, masakan nasi dagang dan nasi lemak amat menyelerakan. Tak ketingalan juga kursus jangka pendek cara betul mengoreng telur 'goyang' untuk para SYL2 oleh ibunda pak cendana .Setelah membeli barang keperluan, konvoi telah berkumpul di dataran Kuala Rompin dan disana jumlah jalopy telah bertambah kepada 21 buah setelah bergabong dengan group daripad Muazam shah dan Dungun.

Setelah taklimat ringkas dan ucapan terima kasih daripad mantan President, pak merbatu. Konvoi telah dilepaskan 'flag off' oleh wakil kepada wakil rakyat Kuala Rompin  dan juga di saksikan oleh wakil pegawai daerah Rompin.

Konvoi bergerak menuju ke Air terjun Harimau Berjemur melalui Kampong Tebu Hitam dengan di iringi oleh kereta peronda polis dan team motor scramble. Setelah melalui jalan 'off road' lebih kurang 5 km, perjalanan konvoi telah terhenti apabila mendapati jambatan yang menghubungkan jalan ke air terjun  telah  runtuh oleh kerana hujan lebat pada hari semalamnya. Kehampaan terbayang di wajah peserta, ish..ish..ish ….kesian. Satu 'Mesyuarat tingkap' dengan segera di adakan dan keputusannya adalah untik meneruskan perjalanan ke Taman Negeri Endau Rompin melalui jalan 'off road' dan selamat tiba lebih kurang jam 3.30 petang.

Keputusan tinjauan ke  tapak perkemehan  mendapati ianya tidak berapa sesuai dan selamat kerana terdapat kesan2 tingalan gajah dan juga kerja2 kumpulan paranormal, konvoi memutuskan untuk kembali ke Kuala Rompin dan berkemah di tepi pantai di Cedok Resort. Pada sebelah malamnya peserta di jamu dengan hidangan B.B.Q yang di taja oleh YB Kuala rompin. Sekali lagi keluarga Pak Cendana telah bertungkus lumus  menguruskan B.B.Q tersebut, terima kasih.

Pada pagi 5 Feb, ' mesyuarat tingkap ke2' telah di adakan dan memutuskan konvoi meneruskan perjalanan ke Keneboi, Kuala Kelawang Negeri Sembilan .Perjalanan yang mengambil masa agak lama lebih kurang 6 jam di selang -selikan dengan menyelesaikan masaalah kerosakkan kereta pk Palawan ,pk merbatu, pk tetebu dan pk Dewa. Berkat kerjasama ahli2, masaalah tersebut telah dapat di selesaikan dengan cepat, syabas kepada peserta2 konvoi 'You are the best'.Cuma ada satu masaalah yang tak dapat di selesaikan iaitu masaalah kebocoran poket pk Leban di Leban Condong gara2 lauk udang galah, harap bersabar  banyak2 ye…….

Konvoi selamat sampai di Keniboi jam 8.30pm dan berkhemahan di kam Keneboi Advanture bersebelahan air terjun. Sehingga  keesokan harinya 6th Feb,  Konvoi menghabiskan masa dengan lepak2, mandi- manda, makan2, borak2, masak2 dan 'pekena Shisha' sebelum 'check out' pada jam 1.30pm.

Penutup perjalanan, konvoi telah berhenti di restoran Laksa Buyung Batu 16 Ulu Langat  untuk menjamu selera, memang 'best' laksa kat situ.

Setelah ucapan selamat drpd peserta2  melalui radio, Konvoi bersurai lebih kurang jam 8.00pm untuk mencari jalan masing2 menuju ke rumah.

Ucapan terima kasih kepada Pak Cendana sebagai event manager, jutaan terima kasih juga kepada seluruh ahli keluarga Pak Cendana diatas layanan yang amat baik, budi anda akan kami kenang. Terima kasih  kepada YB Kuala Rompin diatas penajaan sarapan dan B.B.Q dan juga tak ketingalan ucapan terima kasih kepada Polis pengiring dan team motor scramble.

Akhir kata terima kasih kepada seluruh peserta konvoi, walaupon hajat tak kesampaian  para peserta tetap juga menunjukkan komitment yang tinggi bagi meneruskan dan menjadikan event 'Kembara Mahkota Jalanan'. Terima Kasih.

Lapuran program : Pak Bebaru

Kembara Mahkota Jalanan (3hb – 6hb Februari 2012 <b>...</b>

Posted: 17 Feb 2012 07:43 AM PST

' Kembara Mahkota Jalanan' nama yang di cadangkan oleh Pak Dewa (asalnya adalah Trip Air Terjun Harimau Berjemur – Endau Rompin) memang bertepatan dengan kembara kali ini oleh kerana ia merangkumi perjalanan yang jauh, perkhemahan di tepi pantai dan juga air terjun.

Segalanya bermula dengan percantuman dua  separa konvoi daripada Kuala Lumpur dan Klang Central di hutan lipur Ulu Bendul Kuala Pilah pada jam 11.55pm, 3 Feb 2012.

Konvoi dengan jumlah sebanyak 12 jalopy bergerak mengharungi kegelapan malam ke Kuala Rompin, Pahang diketuai oleh Pak Cendana melalui pekan Kuala Pilah, Juasih dan berhenti untuk berehat seketika di persimpangan Bandar Baru Serting sebelum meneruskan perjalanan ke Bandar Muadzam Shah. Setelah melayan kerenah mata selama lebih kurang 15 minit di Petronas Muadzam Shah, konvoi meneruskan perjalanan semula ke Kuala Rompin dan tiba dengan selamatnya beberapa minit sebelum azan subuh yang berkumandang dari corong pembesar suara masjid Kuala Rompin.

Setelah sembahyang subuh berjemaah yang diimamkan oleh pak leban, semua pilot dan co-pilot mencari haluan sendiri dan "port-port" yang sesuai untuk melelapkan mata sebentar sebelum terbitnya matahari.

Pada sebelah paginya tarikh 4 Feb.  Konvoi disajikan dengan hidangan istimewa yang di taja oleh YB Kuala Rompin, masakan nasi dagang dan nasi lemak amat menyelerakan. Tidak ketinggalan juga kursus jangka pendek cara betul mengoreng telur 'goyang' untuk para XYL2 oleh ibunda pak cendana.

Perjalanan diteruskan, dengan membeli barang keperluan yang tidak jauh dari dari tempat berlepas, konvoi telah berkumpul di dataran Kuala Rompin dan disana, jumlah jalopy telah bertambah kepada 21 buah setelah bergabung dengan group daripad Muadzam Shah dan Dungun.

Setelah taklimat ringkas dan ucapan terima kasih daripada mantan Presiden, pak merbatu. Konvoi telah dilepaskan 'flag off' oleh wakil kepada wakil rakyat Kuala Rompin  dan juga di saksikan oleh wakil pegawai daerah Rompin.

Konvoi mula bergerak menuju ke Air terjun Harimau Berjemur melalui Kampong Tebu Hitam dengan di iringi oleh kereta peronda polis dan team motor scrambler. Setelah melalui jalan 'off road' lebih kurang 5 km, perjalanan konvoi telah terhenti apabila mendapati jambatan yang menghubungkan jalan ke air terjun  telah  runtuh oleh kerana hujan lebat pada hari sebelumya. Kehampaan terpancar di wajah peserta, ish..ish..ish ….kesian.

Satu 'Mesyuarat tingkap' dengan segera diadakan dan keputusannya adalah untuk meneruskan perjalanan ke Taman Negeri Endau Rompin melalui jalan 'off road' dan selamat tiba lebih kurang jam 3.30 petang.

Keputusan tinjauan ke  tapak perkemahan  mendapati ianya tidak berapa sesuai dan selamat kerana terdapat kesan2 tinggalan gajah dan juga kerja2 kumpulan paranormal ditambah pula dengan kemudahan yang agak terhad, konvoi memutuskan untuk kembali ke Kuala Rompin dan berkemah di tepi pantai di Cedok Resort.

Pada sebelah malamnya peserta dijamu dengan hidangan B.B.Q yang ditaja oleh YB Kuala Rompin. Sekali lagi keluarga Pak Cendana telah bertungkus lumus  menguruskan B.B.Q tersebut, ribuan terima kasih dari kami kepada keluarga beliau.

Pada pagi 5 Feb, ' mesyuarat tingkap ke2' telah diadakan dan memutuskan konvoi meneruskan perjalanan ke Kenaboi, Kuala Kelawang Negeri Sembilan .

Perjalanan yang mengambil masa agak lama lebih kurang 6 jam di selang -selikan dengan menyelesaikan masalah kerosakan kereta pk Palawan ,pk merbatu, pk tetebu dan pk Dewa. Berkat kerjasama ahli2, masalah tersebut telah dapat diselesaikan dengan cepat, syabas kepada peserta2 konvoi 'You are the best'. Cuma ada satu masalah yang tak dapat di selesaikan iaitu masaalah kebocoran poket pk Leban di Leban Condong gara2 lauk udang galah, harap bersabar  banyak2 yer…….

Konvoi selamat sampai di Kenaboi pada jam 8.30pm dan berkhemah di kem Kenaboi AdvEnture bersebelahan air terjun. Sehingga  keesokan harinya 6th Feb,  Konvoi menghabiskan masa dengan lepak2, mandi- manda, sambil XYL2 bergotong royong menyediakan masakan. manakala ada diantara para pilot sedang  'pekena Shisha' sebelum 'check out' pada jam 1.30pm.

Penutup perjalanan, konvoi telah berhenti di restoran Laksa Buyung Batu 16 Ulu Langat  cadangan dari Pak Dewa untuk menjamu selera, memang 'best' laksa kat situ.

Setelah ucapan selamat dan bersalaman drpd peserta2  di daratan dan juga radio, Konvoi bersurai lebih kurang jam 8.00pm untuk meneruskan haluan masing2 menuju ke rumah.

Ucapan terima kasih kepada Pak Cendana sebagai event manager dan Pak Dewa selaku co-event, jutaan terima kasih juga kepada seluruh ahli keluarga Pak Cendana diatas layanan yang amat baik, budi anda akan kami kenang. Terima kasih  kepada YB Kuala Rompin diatas penajaan sarapan dan B.B.Q dan juga tidak ketinggalan ucapan terima kasih kepada Polis pengiring dan team motor scrambler.

Akhir kata terima kasih kepada seluruh peserta konvoi, walaupon hajat tak kesampaian  para peserta tetap juga menunjukkan komitment yang tinggi bagi meneruskan dan menjadikan event 'Kembara Mahkota Jalanan'.

Sebagai penutup event trip ini dan bagi menjadikan kesinambungan trip2 yang akan datang, Pak dewa dengan rasminya menutup acara event tersebut dan dengan rasminya melantik Pak Bidara selaku event manager dan co-assist Pak Bebaru, untuk event seterusnya.

Terima Kasih dan Jumpa Jumpa Lagi….

Laporan program : Pak Bebaru
Disunting : Pak Dewa
Photographer : Pak Merbatu

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Malaysia Waves: PENDEDAHAN MENGAPA PERLUNYA KILANG <b>...</b>

Posted: 05 Mar 2012 03:48 PM PST

ULASAN: Tulang Besi diberikan link kepada artikel ASIA SENTINEL di bawah berkaitan dengan pengeluaran "rare earth" oleh negeri China.

Rupa2nya CHina telah mengambil keputusan untuk mengurangkan pengeluaran "rare earth" secara drastik.

Mengikut laporan di bawah, kemungkinan 50% atau lebih bekalan "rare earth" dunia akan berkurangan ekoran keputuan Beijing untuk membersihkan segala kekotoran yang ditinggalkan oleh industri "rare earth" di China.

Kemusnahan yang dihasilkan oleh industri ini telah menyebabkan ribuan rakyat CIna mengidap penyakit2 kronik seperti kanser dan "jantung hitam".

TIdak termasuk asap2 beracun yang begitu menyeliputi CIna serta air2 radioaktif yang sedang memusnahkan kehijauan serta muka bumi China.

Maka, kilang LYNAS telah dicadangkan dibuat di Gebeng mengikut piawaian negara China. Sedangkan piawaian yang sama telah menyebabkan kemusnahan alam sekitar yang sangat serius di Cina. TIdak termasuk penyakit2 kronik yang melanda rakyat Cina.

Bagi saya, siap sedialah menghadapi kemusnahan yang dahsyat di Malaysia apabila kilang Lynas mula beroperasi nanti.

China's Rare Earth Mining Catastrophe
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A dramatic lesson as the rest of the world gears up to replace the falling Chinese supply

Last December, China's Commerce Minister, Chen Deming, said the country "has no choice" but to take stringent measures to clean up its rare earths industry, placing export controls on some of the world's most vital elements.

Beijing cut exports for the first half of 2011 by 35 percent, following a 72 percent reduction for the second half of last year. While most of the attention in the world's press centered on what was regarded as a strategic decision, Chinese officials said they could no longer afford the damage to their environment. With one third of the world's rare earth reserves, the country at that point was delivering 95 percent of the world's exports of 17 different rare earth substances, which go into a wide and growing variety of crucial industries from computer to catalytic converters to wind farms to many more.

The fact is that the country faces massive damage from mining and smelting. Over the last two or three years China has begun to face up to the fact that the rare earths mining industry is beset by widespread illegal mining, virtually complete lack of worker safety guidelines or measures, which has wrecked a broad swath of the country and left thousands of miners suffering from a variety of deadly diseases with pneumoconiosis, or black lung disease the most prevalent. Doing something about the destruction has become imperative.

Google "China rare earths environmental damage" and hundreds of stories will appear. The industry in China produces five times the waste gas, including fluorine and sulfur dioxide as the total flared off annually by all miners and oil refiners in the United States, according to a speech by Xu Xu, the chairman of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Metals, Minerals, and Chemicals Importers and Exporters in December in Beijing, who was quoted in a variety of publications. In addition to that, Xu was quoted as saying, the industry produces 13 billion meters of gas and 25 million tons of wastewater filled with cancer-causing heavy metals including cadmium and others.

These are some issues that are being considered in Australia, California and Malaysia as the world scrambles for additional supplies to replace those China is shutting down. Excluding China, global industries will require 55,000 to 60,000 metric tons of rare earth metals in 2011, with a third to a half coming from China. There is always the question in China whether environmental rules will do any good. Some authorities estimate that fully half the rare earth metals being produced in China are smuggled out of the country after being mixed with other ores to disguise them. Nonetheless, the Ministry of Environmental Protection announced that further emissions caps for 15 types of pollutants related to rare earth mining and smelting will go into effect on Oct. 1, probably constricting the supply more .

Cindy Hurst, an analyst for the U.S. Army's Foreign Military Studies Office in Fort Leavenworth quoted the Chinese Society of Rare Earths in an article for the website The Cutting Edge that "Every ton of rare earth produced (in China) generates approximately 8.5 kilograms of fluorine and 13 kg of dust; and using concentrated sulfuric acid high temperature calcination techniques to produce approximately one ton of calcined rare earth ore generates 9,600 to 12,000 cubic meters of waste gas containing dust concentrate, hydrofluoric acid, sulfur dioxide, and sulfuric acid, approximately 75 cubic meters of acidic wastewater plus about one ton of radioactive waste residue (containing water)."

All of the rare earth enterprises in the Baotou region of China, Hurst wrote, "produce roughly 10 million metric tons of all varieties of wastewater every year, most it discharged without being effectively treated, which not only contaminates potable water for daily living, but also contaminates the surrounding water environment and irrigated farmlands." In addition, each ton of rare earths produces 2,000 tons of mine tailings, which often contain radioactive thorium.

Despite those dangers, it appears certain that the appetite for rare earth minerals can only grow, and the attendant dangers. And if China can't supply them, other countries will. In California, a mine in Mountain Pass near the Mojave Desert is being reopened after closing nine years ago because of environmental issues. The mine, being reopened by a company called Molycorp Inc., will have to answer to 18 different California regulatory agencies, spending US$2.4 million annually on monitoring and compliance.

Malaysia, where a wholly-owned Australian firm called Lynas Corporation Ltd is seeking open a US$595 million processing plant for ore shipped from Australia, is currently on the firing line, with environmentalists and opposition political parties dead set against its opening. Lynas says the plant is nearing completion and could start processing ore in September.

On June 4, with protesters waving signs outside the Kelantan hotel where they were staying, an international panel of independent experts arrived to inspect the plant. The panel has since returned to Vienna to renew its findings and is expected to submit its report to the Malaysian government at the end of the month.

Lynas has been struggling to open the plant since 2006, It received its original license in January 2008. The political fallout, especially since the West Australian government announced 10 days ago that it would refuse to accept waste material from the plant, has been heavy, with some observers forecasting that the plant wouldn't open until after national elections projected for later this year or early next.

Malaysian government officials say improved processing techniques have considerably ameliorated any environmental damage and that extraction will use far less damaging techniques to produce more rare earth ores.

Mustapa Mohamed, Malaysia's minister of international trade and industry, took to the New Straits Times newspaper last week to say the government had carefully considered the Lynas proposal and that when it was first submitted in 2006, "it raised questions that went beyond the ambit of (the country's) economic considerations."

The government, he wrote, was " well aware then that the rare earth industry was associated with health and safety issues, especially after the experience of the Asian Rare Earth (ARE) project in Perak in the early 1990s." In that particular incident, a Mitsubishi Chemical subsidiary processing indigenous rare earths ended up with a US$100 million bill and eight deaths from leukemia that were laid to contamination at the plant.

Thus, Mustapa wrote, "it was pertinent to ask what impact the Lynas project would have on public health. How will it affect the environment and the livelihood of people living in its vicinity? Are these risks measurable, and within acceptable limits? Do we have the rules, regulations and institutional framework to monitor and manage these risks? "

Lynas, he said, was granted its manufacturing license after being required to comply with a long list of safety standards defining the acceptable amount of radiation that can be released into the atmosphere throughout the process from construction to decommissioning and remediation.
The Fukushima nuclear plant near meltdown in Japan in the March 11 earthquake, he said, had raised extensive debate and that "some people living in the vicinity of the Lynas site believed the project would pose unacceptable health and safety risks to human life and the environment. In the view of some at least, the project should be terminated."

Thus, he said, he asked the International Atomic Energy Agency to appoint the nine-member panel to study the safety issues. The health and safety of the populace, he said, is the government's number-one priority, one that "overrides all other considerations, and any decision on Lynas will not be made at its expense."

He said the construction of the plant and its incipient risk "highlights the need for investors to be responsible corporate citizens in their host country. They should adhere to standards of conduct and governance which are not in any way inferior to those practiced in their home country. I think these are legitimate expectations, and no enlightened investor will have any quarrel with them."


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BERA — Dua orang terbunuh dan lima cedera apabila kereta yang dinaiki tujuh sekeluarga Orang Asli itu terbabas dan melanggar sebatang pokok di Km 34 Jalan Temerloh–Bahau pagi tadi.

Ketua Polis Daerah Bera, DSP Mohd. Zahid Mohd. Noor berkata, kejadian pada pukul 5 pagi itu berlaku ketika keluarga berkenaan dalam perjalanan dari Bahau ke Paloh Hinai di Pekan.

Menurutnya mangsa yang maut dikenali sebagai Saadan Pendek, 36, yang merupakan penumpang hadapan dan Subia Lidin, 12, penumpang belakang, kedua-duanya berasal dari Kampung Orang Asli Runchang, Pekan.

Pemandu kereta, Kassim Law, 20, cedera parah di bahagian kaki, muka dan badan kini dirawat di Hospital Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Temerloh.

Mereka yang cedera adalah Rosnani Lidin, 15, Adila Adi, 16, Rosnita Lidin, 13, dan Kitie Mail, juga 13. Mereka turut dirawat di hospital yang sama.

Mohd. Zahid berkata kereta yang dinaiki keluarga itu dipercayai dipandu laju sehingga terbabas ke kanan jalan lalu melanggar sebatang pokok.

"Dua penumpang berkenaan mati di tempat kejadian akibat cedera parah di bahagian kepala dan badan," katanya. — BERNAMA

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