Sunday, July 19, 2009
Fish Breeding On The Lowest Floor !!!
I remembered reading a ruling that you are not allowed to convert the lowest floor of you shop houses into swiftlet farming.
Main reason was to encourage the use of these floors as shopping outlets and to ensure that the complex will not become a ghost town.
Most BH owners are not following this requirement since they find that allowing a business on the lowest floor will disturb the farming upstairs.
Well they might be right if the tenant downstairs opens a restaurant and everyday those smokes billowing from their kitchen do disturb those precious birds.
If the tenant carry out a steel fabricating business, the bagging sound made when these steel structures are tossed around will also cause lots of noise.
What about a motorcar or motorbike repair shops? These activities will also cause a kind of loud noise when the tenant starts to test those cars or motorbikes after their alterations or modifications.
The best would be to allow business like an optical shop or a car windows tinting sevices or a bookshop or a mobile telephone distribution shop or a hair dressing saloon.
Well during my trip to Sibu and Ayer Tawar the lowest floor were used as the Casket Sales shop.
In Rawang I was fascinated with this owner. He convert the lowest floor into a fish breeding area.
Hmm.... this will cool the BH and at the some time gives those fishy smell which I was made to understand are well like by those swiftlet.
Pak Hendry Mulia uses fish oil in his aroma concoxion.
You might want to guess what type of fishes my friend was breeding? .......