The ancient Romans used burnt lime (calcium oxide) and volcanic ash (silica and alumina) to produce cement for construction. The Colosseum and Pantheon, two of the many Roman structures constructed with this ancient type of cement, have stood the test of time and weather.

The Colosseum (source: http://www.the-colosseum.net/history/h1.htm)
The Colosseum (source: The-Colosseum.net: Antiquity)
The Pantheon (source: https://www.italyguides.it/en/lazio/rome/ancient-rome/pantheon)
The Pantheon (source: The Pantheon in Rome – ItalyGuides.it)

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I smile each time I reminisce about my running journey. I still have vivid memories of the 1st CMS Health Run at Tunku Putra School back in 2012. I was in pain and had literally collapsed the minute I reached home! There and then, I decided to make health a priority (err, clearly I was in poor shape) and to do that I needed to make time for exercise.

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Hello CMS! It has fallen to me to write this month’s blog post. I’ve been advised that I can write about absolutely anything, so where should I start? Since I’m the rookie here and it will take some time for me to get around to knowing everybody and to have any real tangible impact, I figured why not talk just a little about my time here in Sarawak and what brings me into the company of all the fine ladies and gents of CMS.

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