Chinese New Year came and went. Occasional holidays were taken. Extra holidays were taken. Replacement classes were held on Saturdays to make up for the holidays.

Hari Raya came and went. Occasional holidays were taken. Extra holidays were taken. Replacement classes were held on Saturdays to make up for the holidays.

8th November, Deepavali is here. No more occasional holidays to be taken. No extra hoilday will be taken. Those teachers of the Hindu faith in Sarawak are in a big dilemma.They are requested to take their days off from their special leave of seven days as festival leave. While others are allowed to keep their seven days for the ‘Golden Handshake’, Hindus have to sacrifice theirs.

Thought of The Day:
Why is it lidat le?


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2 comments:

    Helen said...

    You mean Deepavali is not a school holiday? *blur*

  1. ... on 4:18 PM  
  2. X'tina said...

    Hi helen,
    Yup, in Sarawak, Deepavali is not a Public Holiday. the reason hor need to ask Uncle "Send Me Value"....I also dunno why..
    You blur, I lagi blurrrrrrr...

  3. ... on 9:13 PM