He entered private practice in 1918 and operated a clinic named The New Dispensary in Hutton Lane, Penang before it was relocated to Penang Road and then to Beach Street where he remained in medical practice all his life (1918-60).
He contributed greatly to society and headed the Malay community in Penang.
He was the Chairman of the Penang Consultative Committee on Muslim Affairs, Chairman of the Penang Muslim Orphanage, Founding Secretary of the Penang Medical Practitioners' Society (PMPS) in 1932, appointed member and retired member of the Federal Legislative Council 1946-56.
Their dream and destiny are a direct reflection of their total commitment and dedication to making their vision a reality.
She was born in Klang, Selangor on 24 December 1940.
Endon's father worked as a mining assistant in the Department of Mines, and subsequently transferred to Perak to help oversee about 60 mines in the district of Kampar.
The teenagers laugh and ponder, probably because the comic video mirrors propaganda (or “nation-building”) films produced by the ruling authorities.
The curatorial framework for the fourth edition of the biennale, which features works by 82 artists across nine sites, is a departure from the 21st-century model.
Now it has expanded into a multimillion-dollar industry located in a sprawling 2.5 acres of land, with its own Noor Arfa Craft Complex (NACC) at Chendering Industrial Area, 6km south of Kuala Terengganu.