The Ophthalmology Unit,  Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS), Kuching, Sarawak.

The Ophthalmology Department, Sarawak General Hospital, Kuching, Sarawak, East Malaysia.




The 24th APAO (Asian Pacific Association of Ophthalmologists) is being held in the tropical island of Bali from 16th to 19th May, 2009. The UNIMAS and the Sarawak General Hospital, Kuching have 11 presentations in the Conference.


Awaiting flight at LCCT in Kuala Lumpur for Bali.

Hotel check-in at Nikko Bali.

View from the window.

Garden by the cliff.

The 16th Century Hindu Temple Tanah Lot

(Temple in the Sea) at high tide.

Pura Batu Bolong (Temple of the Perforated Stone).


At Pura Batu Bolong.

At an art gallery in Bali.

Painter at work.

The rice terrace in central Bali.

A wood sculpture shop.

The famous signature dish of Bali, Babi Guning

(roast suckling pig).

At the entrance of the Conference.

 APAO 2010 in Beijing and 2011 Sydney.

Some posters from UNIMAS No. 103, 105, 106.

With Dr. Yuen from X'ian former colleague in Oxford

Nuffield Laboratory.

Miss Jane Olver from London.

Opening ceremony.

Dr. Kenneth Fong, Dr. Cheung and Dr. Lim from Kuala Lumpur.

Dr. Audrey Looi from SNEC.

Dr. Julian from Kuching.

Dr. Yap and Dr. Fong from Singapore.

Dr. Law, Dr. Lo and Dr. Yew.

Dr. Ting and Dr. Chung.

Dr. Lee and Dr. Ngo.

Dr. Yew and Dr. Vanitha.

Dr. Wang of Mount Alvernia Hospital in Singapore.

Dinner and dance performance at the Bamboo courtesy

of AMO.

Yummy starters chilli for decoration only.

Graceful dancer.


Colourful costume.

Main course.

Dance like butterflies.

Photo sessions.

With Mr. Ong, AMO representatives and Malaysian


Dr. Norliza from Universiti Malaya and her other half.

A visit to the wood carving centre.

An interesting end product.

More interesting staff.

Dr. Vanitha showing off her snake dance at the entrace to Goa Gajah (The Elephant Cave).

Goa Gajah, a ruin of an 11th century Hindu temple.

The restored pool inside the ruin.

The entrance into Goa Gajah.

Lunch at the cliff facing a live volcano.

Volcano in the mist.

Luwak cat in a coffee farm.

The partially digested coffee beans in the droppings are

used to make the famous Luwak coffee powder priced

at US 50 per box.

The busy market in Lubuh town.

An 18th century palace in Lubuh.

Dr. Aziz haggling over a merchandize.

Colourful sarons.

A souvenir from Lubuh with dual functions.

Dinner at Kuta Beach.

Dr. Yew with his poster.

Dr. Vanitha's poster.

Dr. Julian's poster.

Another poster.

With Dr. Jerry Shields.

Final day at the beach.

And in the pool.

And more pool.