WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY
Just because it is everywhere doesn’t mean it is safe


Friday, 29 March 2019
5.45pm – 8.00pm
Dato’ Loy Teik Ngan’s Residence
Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur

Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are not something uncommon as these have been around since the beginning of time.

With the increase in usage of wireless technology in our daily routine, is the wireless radiation harmful to human health? Some pro-technology people claim that these artificially created EMFs are completely safe but on the other hand, studies are showing otherwise.

Come join us at this FBN event and to learn the true cost of living in the technology age. Experience live demonstrations of the different types of wireless devices and equipment commonly found at home.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • HOW safe is safe-electromagnetic fields (EMFs)?
  • WHAT is the truth?
  • HOW does long term exposure affect us and our children?
  • IS our generation being zapped?
  • DEBUNKING claims that these harmful effects can be eliminated?

5.45pm
Arrival and Registration
(with light snacks & drinks)

6.30pm
Talk & Live Demonstrations
Q&A

8.00pm
End of Event

Optional after Event
Social Networking Session with Drinks

This event is complimentary for FBN members and friends.
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Registration closes on 22 March 2019.

SPEAKER


Max Chua is an Electronic and Electrical Engineer by training with University of Surrey in U.K. He has over 16 years of working experience and his last few roles were with several global foreign MNCs as head of strategy & marketing for Asia Pacific region.

His personal health made him study the effects of wireless radiation on the human body. He has also hosted numerous talks and events at Global Foundries, CPG consultants, Waldorf Steiner Education Association Steiner School, St. James Church Kindergarten, City Osteopathy & Physiotherapy Clinics, Engie, Hubspot, Young Living, Rio Tinto, YPO Malaysia Chapter, Rotary Club Bugis Junction Singapore and other parenting groups.

ENQUIRIES
Please contact FBN Asia Malaysia Representative
Ms Taryn Foo | tarynfoo@fbnasia.org

Registration

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