Wednesday, July 4, 2012
July 1st 2012 Seminar !!
Only 8 participants responded out of which 2 were from Vietnam, 3 from The Philippine and 3 locals.
I told myself the minimum number of 5 will be a good number.
The key point is to teach those who wanted to learn more about swiftlet farming.
Make sure that each of them will thank you for your generously in sharing what ever you have discovered.
If at the end of the Seminar they shook their hand and thank you for all what they have learn I have accomplished my mission.
That really happened and I was so glad that one by one they came and told me how proud they are to learn so much from some one who is very passionate about swiftlet farming.
The only shot coming of this Seminar was the time spend to visit the Hulu Langat BH. It was a bit to far and a lot of time were wasted.
However all of the participant were happy to be given the opportunity to enter a BH with insect generating barn inside the BH.
Three of these participants stayed back and took a half day city tour to visit a number of figs trees in Kuala Lumpur.
After taking some branches as souvenir home I took them to visit another BH in Kepong. Showed how the last tango works, the VIP rooms with wet floor and insect generating set in operation.
Their final showdown was to watch those birds returning home into the BH.
After dinner I personally asked their input on their trip.
"Pak Harry both two days were fruitful and we learned so much from you. No regrets to know and to be with you. You have been very generous with your discoveries."