This week I had been busy with so many activities from SPAD to briefing the IHRC OF OIC on Rohingya's status n position pre and post GE in Myanmar. Then I attended a meeting of IHRA on HSR IN Tokyo. After which I took two days break to watch the changing of the colour of the Ginko leaves, before going to China to attend the 3rd AGM of APRC and participating in a forum jointly organised by APRC and the CPIFRA on the theme of ONE BELT AND ONE ROAD INITIATIVES by China or in short reviving the old silk road, maritime, road and rail links and connectivity to cover West Asia, Eurasia, Africa and Europe as well as the Indian Ocean states for what is promoted as an objective for shared prosperity, peace and cooperation of diverse nations for mutual benefits. Busy busy amidst so many problems on the PT fronts from fares to bus routes to taxis and competitions...fair or unfair. Much more needed to be done on PT on the domestic fronts. Definitely there are also many challenges and opportunities in the turmoil and uncertain international sphere.. We can console ourselves by saying these are the spices of life. Nonetheless we need to work together in harmony and unity for a better tomorrow for our children and future generation. It is satisfying to argue from the pedestal of knowledge rather than ignorance.
FBSHApost@3 December 2015