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  • Xiaomi selfies beautify you

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    24 Apr 2015 | 5:27 pm
    I’ve not gotten my hands on any Xiaomi kit (yet; I’ve wanted to grab a Mi4 for quite some time now, and the Mi3 before that), but this piece in the WSJ about the Mi4i (india edition) being available caught my eye (China’s Xiaomi Unveils Mi 4i Smartphone in India): …its automatic photo-retouching setting for selfies, called beautify, does not enlarge eyes the way it does for the Chinese market, where that feature is popular. The beautify feature will smooth wrinkles and lighten skin tone, as it does in other markets For one, I had no idea that all Chinese selfies from a Xiaomi phone…
  • Cops: Petaling Street stripper has no recollection of incident

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    26 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    KUALA LUMPUR: The woman who stripped to avoid paying for a meal in Petaling Street has no recollection of the incident.
  • The Secret Trick That Miss X Used To Make $3,967,872.67 In Property Last Year

    Khai Yin
    19 Apr 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Alright, I’ll fess up. That title was completely made up. While “Miss X” was a real person who came to visit the HackerHub last Friday, I didn’t know how much money she made in property last year using the aforementioned “secret trick“. She was, however, a new addition to The Mentor’s mastermind group, and members of this group were as legitimate as they would come since The Mentor wouldn’t easily let anyone enter his inner circle without combing his/her background in fine detail, Gestapo-style. “I’m a conservative…
  • Cordyceps capsules caused Chong Wei’s suspension, says Khairy

    The Star Online : Nation Feed
    27 Apr 2015 | 2:43 am
    PUTRAJAYA: Cordyceps capsules containing dexamethasone was the main factor that caused the eight-month suspension of Datuk Lee Chong Wei.
  • Maybank, DiGi, RHB Cap drag KLCI into the red

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    27 Apr 2015 | 2:41 am
    KUALA LUMPUR: Profit taking picked up pace in late trade on Monday with some selling pressure seen in Maybank, DiGi and RHB Capital while the broader market weaken despite the stronger ringgit.
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  • Maybank, DiGi, RHB Cap drag KLCI into the red

    27 Apr 2015 | 2:41 am
    KUALA LUMPUR: Profit taking picked up pace in late trade on Monday with some selling pressure seen in Maybank, DiGi and RHB Capital while the broader market weaken despite the stronger ringgit.
  • Telekom ties up with Cyberview to deliver smart services

    27 Apr 2015 | 1:32 am
    KUALA LUMPUR: Intelsec Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Telekom Malaysia Bhd, ties up with Cyberview Sdn Bhd to strengthen telecommunication as well as information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure in Cyberjaya.
  • Canon Q1 profit falls 29% as compact camera sales slump

    27 Apr 2015 | 12:35 am
    Canon Inc said net profit fell 28.7% in its first quarter, falling short of analyst estimates, as the Japanese company faced slumping sales of digital compact cameras.
  • MSC positive on FY15 financial results

    27 Apr 2015 | 12:15 am
    GEORGE TOWN: Malaysia Smelting Corp Bhd (MSC) is positive on its financial results ending December 2015 mostly driven by the smelting business.
  • MMHE net profit up 4%

    26 Apr 2015 | 11:57 pm
    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Bhd’s (MMHE) net profit for the first quarter ended March 31, 2015 increased 4% to RM36.03mil, from RM34.63mil a year ago on the back of higher revenue from the group’s offshore and marine divisions.
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  • Penjawat awam antara 2 suspek ditahan terbabit serang bilik gerakan PAS
    27 Apr 2015 | 2:24 am
    Seorang penjawat awam antara dua suspek ditahan polis berikutan kes serangan terhadap petugas Bilik Gerakan PAS di Rompin, awal pagi semalam. Kedua-dua suspek itu ditahan ketika hadir ke Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah Rompin untuk membuat laporan polis mengenai kejadian itu petang semalam. Ketua Polis Pahang, Datuk Seri Sharifuddin Ab Ghani...
  • Dr M should name Ku Li as next PM, says former law minister
    27 Apr 2015 | 2:21 am
    Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad should name Umno veteran Tan Sri Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah as his choice for the next prime minister, if he truly wants to save Umno, a former minister has said. By naming Tengku Razaleigh, popularly known as Ku Li, Malaysians will be more receptive to Dr Mahathir's call for Datuk Seri Najib Razak to be replaced, as the...
  • MHB’s net profit for the quarter up more than 4%
    27 Apr 2015 | 2:17 am
    Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Bhd saw its net profit rise 4.03% in the first financial quarter ended Mar 31, 2015 (1QFY15) to RM36.03 million from RM34.63 million a year ago on higher marine operating profit mainly due to higher value for vessels repaired. Earnings per share (EPS) rose to 2.3 sen, against 2.2 sen in 1QFY14....
  • Ku Li wajar ganti PM, kata bekas orang kanan Najib
    27 Apr 2015 | 2:10 am
    Bekas menteri kewangan, Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah adalah calon paling berkelayakan mengambil alih jawatan perdana menteri daripada Datuk Seri Najib Razak, kata bekas setiausaha Najib, Datuk Mohd Arif Sabri Aziz. Ariff yang kini menjadi ahli Parlimen Raub mewakili DAP mengajukan cadangan itu kepada Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Katanya, ini kerana...
  • Asean summit very positive, says Najib – Bernama
    27 Apr 2015 | 2:03 am
    Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak described the 26th Asean Summit as very positive with immense desire to see the 10-member country grouping emerge as a strong community. "The grouping of 10 nations is bound to have its differences but those differences would be manageable.” He expressed confidence on Asean moving forward in a more...
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  • MSC positive on FY15 financial results - The Star Online

    27 Apr 2015 | 12:19 am
    MSC positive on FY15 financial resultsThe Star OnlineGEORGE TOWN: Malaysia Smelting Corp Bhd (MSC) is positive on its financial results ending December 2015 mostly driven by the smelting business. Chief Executive Officer Chua Cheong Yong said the smelting segment would continue to be profitable this ...and more »
  • Fancied cueists qualify for pre-quarter-finals - The Sunday Times Sri Lanka

    26 Apr 2015 | 6:01 pm
    The Sunday Times Sri LankaFancied cueists qualify for pre-quarter-finalsThe Sunday Times Sri LankaThe round robin stage of the Asian Snooker Selection Tournament for the forthcoming Asian Snooker Championship 2015 played at the Billiards and Snooker Association headquarters billiards table at the Sugathadasa Sports Hotel in Colombo which ...
  • Tin price slump hindering plans to develop new mines - The Star Online

    24 Apr 2015 | 4:14 pm
    Tin price slump hindering plans to develop new minesThe Star OnlineOne such company facing these headwinds is Malaysia Smelting Corp Bhd (MSC), the world's second largest tin producer producing around 35,000 tonnes annually. After fully exiting from its tin mining and smelting operations in Indonesia in June last year
  • FBM KLCI ends on firm note, up almost 1% - The Sun Daily

    24 Apr 2015 | 3:54 am
    Malay Mail OnlineFBM KLCI ends on firm note, up almost 1%The Sun DailyKUALA LUMPUR: The key index on Bursa Malaysia ended the week on a firm note today, boosted by persistent buying momentum in selected blue-chips, led by banking and oil and gas stocks. At 5pm, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) rose 16.5 FBM KLCI ends on firm note, up almost 1pcMalay Mail OnlineBursa Malaysia Ends On Firm Note, Up Almost 1 Per CentBernamaall 9 news articles »
  • Now Dr M backs internet censorship to combat pornography, subversive elements - Malay Mail Online

    23 Apr 2015 | 1:04 am
    Malay Mail OnlineNow Dr M backs internet censorship to combat pornography, subversive elementsMalay Mail OnlinePutrajaya's policy of no internet censorship was made an integral part of the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC Malaysia) project and is also legally enforceable under the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 and MSC Malaysia's Bill of Guarantees.and more »
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  • Malaysia's leader says Southeast Asian nations to pursue talks with Beijing on ... - Fox News

    27 Apr 2015 | 1:39 am
    Fox NewsMalaysia's leader says Southeast Asian nations to pursue talks with Beijing on Fox NewsMalaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak, fourth right, and Laos's Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong, fifth right, attend the opening ceremony for the 26th ASEAN Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Monday, April 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian) (The ...Malaysian Police Arrest 12 Suspects in Alleged Islamic State PlotWall Street JournalMalaysia police say militants arrested, plot foiled ahead of ASEAN summitABC OnlineMalaysia: ASEAN to Avoid Confronting China in S. China SeaABC…
  • Zaid: Aye for Razaleigh, nay for Ridhuan - Free Malaysia Today

    26 Apr 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Free Malaysia TodayZaid: Aye for Razaleigh, nay for RidhuanFree Malaysia TodayHe recounted Razaleigh's strengths saying he was able to empathise with the plight of the ordinary Malaysian and would be more willing to be a “friend” to them unlike present leaders in Putrajaya who were only chummy with tycoons and big businesses.
  • Malaysia can go bankrupt if Dr M's warnings on 1MDB ignored, says Mat Taib - The Malaysian Insider

    26 Apr 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Malaysian InsiderMalaysia can go bankrupt if Dr M's warnings on 1MDB ignored, says Mat TaibThe Malaysian InsiderThe Malaysian Insider pic, April 27, 2015.Malaysia could go bankrupt if Umno continues to ignore Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's warnings on the debt-laden 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), said former Umno vice-president Tan Sri Muhammad Muhd ...Mahathir missed full picture on 1MDB - Umno bloggerFree Malaysia TodayWould Malaysia really censor the Internet?CNBCDr Mahathir doubts Malaysia will be developed nation by 2020The Star OnlineThe Straits…
  • Malaysia's ISIS dilemma - The Straits Times

    26 Apr 2015 | 7:35 pm
    The Straits TimesMalaysia's ISIS dilemmaThe Straits TimesThis 14-year-old Malaysian teenager, suspected of heading to Syria to join the ISIS militant group, was detained at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in February. The Malay Mail reported recently that the country's top counter-terrorism official and more »
  • Firm start for Bursa Malaysia as Tenaga, TM advance - The Star Online

    26 Apr 2015 | 6:52 pm
    Malay Mail OnlineFirm start for Bursa Malaysia as Tenaga, TM advanceThe Star OnlineKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's blue chips kicked off the new week on Monday on a strong note, sending the FBM KLCI up nearly five points, underpinned by gains in heavyweights Tenaga Nasional and Telekom Malaysia. At 9.36am, the KLCI was up 4.95 ...KL shares reverse trend mid-morningNew Straits Times Onlineall 11 news articles »
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  • In Memoriam: Peter Mooney

    27 Apr 2015 | 4:28 am
    The Malaysian Bar is deeply saddened by the passing of Peter Mooney on 27 Apr 2015. We have been informed that the funeral will be held at St Francis Xavier’s Church, Section 10, Jalan Gasing, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor at 2:00 pm today. The cremation will take place at Nirvana Memorial Park Shah Alam, Jalan Pusaka 21/1, Off Persiaran Jubli Perak, 40300 Shah Alam, Selangor. Condolence messages should be directed to the Executive Committee at Messrs Skrine: Unit 50-8-1, 8th FloorWisma UOA Damansara50 Jalan DungunDamansara Heights50490 Kuala LumpurMalaysia Email :…
  • Bar Council Library Update (24 Apr 2015)

    27 Apr 2015 | 3:20 am
    As a service to Members of the Bar and pupils in chambers, we publish the Bar Council library update on a periodic basis. The update is a current awareness alert to Members and pupils in chambers on the latest developments in legislation and new library acquisitions.The information for the update is compiled from the up-to-date contents of Lawnet Malaysia and will normally include the following, with notes and coming-into-force dates of legislation: Federal Bills; Acts; Amendment Acts; and Federal Subsidiary Legislation – PU(A) and selected PU(B) series.Click here…
  • Taman Medan church: Removing cross the right decision under ‘intimidating circumstances’

    26 Apr 2015 | 6:32 am
    ©Malay Mail (Used by permission)by IDA LIM PETALING JAYA, April 26 — The Taman Medan church pastor who decided to take down the cross from its building last Sunday did the right thing in the face of intense pressure from a group of protesters, its Senior Pastor Paul Packianathan said today.He said the church’s Pastor Victoria Packianathan was conducting a worship service last Sunday when there was a “disturbance” outside the church, referring to the protest.“Taking all this into account and the intimidating circumstances she was facing as is clear in the police report, I fully…
  • Malaysian Bar backs minister on parliamentary committees to review proposed laws

    24 Apr 2015 | 12:28 pm
    ©Malay Mail (Used by permission)KUALA LUMPUR, April 24 — Putrajaya should adopt de facto law minister Nancy Shukri’s proposal for a select committee to scrutinise Bills before they are tabled in Parliament and ensure public feedback is incorporated into the review process, the Malaysian Bar said today.Expressing support for the minister’s proposed change to the law-making process, president of the Malaysian Bar Steven Thiru said the rushed passage of both the Prevention of Terrorism Bill (Pota) and Sedition (Amendment) Bill showed an urgent need for such reforms.According to Steven,…
  • Press Release | Parliamentary Committees Must be Established to Strengthen the Legislative Process

    24 Apr 2015 | 10:12 am
    The Malaysian Bar refers to news reports on the proposal by the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department YB Puan Hajah Nancy Shukri that proposed legislation be discussed in a parliamentary committee before being tabled in Parliament.Parliamentary committees play an invaluable role in the work of democratic legislatures. One or more parliamentary committees should be tasked with scrutinising and deliberating proposed bills in detail before they are tabled in Parliament. They should also seek feedback from stakeholders and members of the public. Thus, when a bill is eventually tabled in…
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  • Why Web Shopping is a Better Option — Albuquerque, International

    27 Apr 2015 | 2:25 am
    Why Web Shopping is a Better Option - Albuquerque, International Albuquerque, InternationalWhile using the headway of innovation, the whole world is impending nearer and today you have got the ability to attach with most people simply. As a consequence of the earth Vast Net, you are able to now spot orders for quite virtually anything correct within the solaces of your respective household. World-wide-web buying, as it is termed, has ended up surprisingly distinguished in Sri Lanka being an growing quantity of people today are swinging to internet acquiring in contrast to making their…
  • Islands In The Sun — Whitsunday Island, Australia

    27 Apr 2015 | 2:25 am
    Islands In The Sun - Whitsunday Island, Australia Whitsunday Island, AustraliaWe're not usually the tour group type, but this past week we have been on two different ones. Despite our reservations, it has been fantastic-- a blur of breathtaking scenery, white sand beaches, borderline heat stroke, starry skies, great company and 90s pop music sing-alongs. It seems fitting that the week started out catching up with a couple that we met on another tour (the Inca trail) three years ago. Wei and Julian live just outside Noosa, on the Sunshine Coast north of Brisbane. Upon finding out we were…
  • Landed Chiang Mai — Chiang Mai, Thailand

    27 Apr 2015 | 2:25 am
    Landed Chiang Mai - Chiang Mai, Thailand Chiang Mai, ThailandMore to follow.
  • Day 2: Hike to the Peak & Wang Chai — Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

    27 Apr 2015 | 2:24 am
    Day 2: Hike to the Peak & Wang Chai - Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong Hong Kong Island, Hong KongSo I wrote a long post earlier today while sipping on an iced latte at Delifrance, a cafe.....but sadly it got deleted. Here is the lowdown on today's activities: Went for a morning hike with Pam and Gilles to the peak, which was great exercise and a great view of HK. It's crazy how many buildings there are in HK, yet they've managed to keep the mountains primarily without construction. Then we went for dim sum at a place called Sky Cuisine. It was very clean and very good. Their char Sui bao was…
  • 3 weeks to go — Abbotsford, Australia

    27 Apr 2015 | 2:23 am
    3 weeks to go - Abbotsford, Australia Abbotsford, AustraliaOur big trip is three weeks away and we are very excited to be seeing the places within Australia. Over the days we will be writing entry's about the places we see and where we go. At this stage we are planning and preparing for when we head off. Ruby
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  • Indonesia Sticks To Asean Position On South China Sea - Wall Street Journal (blog)

    26 Apr 2015 | 11:28 pm
    Wall Street Journal (blog)Indonesia Sticks To Asean Position On South China SeaWall Street Journal (blog)KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia—Indonesia has backed Asean's official stance on territorial disputes in the South China Sea, suggesting that talks on a binding pact in the region — now 13 years in the making — are the way forward. In a statement following a ...No Asean-China COC until China completes Spratlys military basesABS CBN News (blog)all 806 news articles »
  • Can China's Easing Lift Its Neighbors? - Barron's (blog)

    26 Apr 2015 | 7:04 pm
    Can China's Easing Lift Its Neighbors?Barron's (blog)China is now firmly in the easing camp. Over the last two weeks, China lowered its banks' required reserve ratios by 1 percentage point, the biggest cut since 2008, injected $60 billion capital into its three policy banks and unveiled new rules for and more »
  • Everest climber describes 'horrible' scene after quake triggers avalanche - Charleston Daily Mail

    26 Apr 2015 | 3:56 pm
    Charleston Daily MailEverest climber describes 'horrible' scene after quake triggers avalancheCharleston Daily MailIn this photo provided by Azim Afif, part of a mountineering team from the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, shows a small avalanche on Pumori mountain as seen from Everest Base Camp, Nepal on Sunday, April 26, 2015. On Saturday, a large avalanche U.S. mountaineering companies scramble to keep in touch with Everest climbersTODAYonlineall 12,491 news articles »
  • Malaysia orders probe after protest forces church to take down cross - Reuters Blogs (blog)

    23 Apr 2015 | 8:11 pm
    Reuters Blogs (blog)Malaysia orders probe after protest forces church to take down crossReuters Blogs (blog)Malaysia has ordered an investigation into a protest by Muslim demonstrators who forced a small church in the capital to take down its cross, the latest sign of growing religious tension in the multiracial Southeast Asian nation. Prime Minister Najib and more »
  • There may have been a poison pill in the fast-track trade bill - Washington Post (blog)

    23 Apr 2015 | 2:54 pm
    There may have been a poison pill in the fast-track trade billWashington Post (blog)Finally, the U.S. government could pressure Malaysia to not sign the trade treaty until it comes into compliance with human trafficking regulations, which would allow the deal to be fast tracked. The human trafficking amendment passed 16-10, with and more »
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  • SingleHop Offers BaaS with High Availability

    26 Apr 2015 | 6:02 pm
    It is estimated that: Only 50% of enterprises backup data on employee computers. $70.9k attributed to data lost per hour (average) for a mission-critical operations. 45% of downtime is caused by operational - such as network down, server down, hard disk crashed and etc. 78% of companies (who perform backups) plan to change strategy in next 2 years; whilst 64% already store data in the cloud These information suggests that the demand for backup on the cloud is high. For instance, one can subscribe to SingleHop Backup as a Service (BaaS), it is part of the managed services offering. It is…
  • Commentary: Sex is additive; so is the Internet

    23 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    On the proposal to censor the Internet by former Prime Minister Tun Dr. M; personally I don't agree to it; that was his opinion. don't want to debate anything here, just want to share my thoughts that:If there is nothing much to search from search engine, I will use the Internet less.If there is nothing much to view from YouTube, I will only visit it occasionally.If there is nothing much to go Online, I will stop subscribing to data plan and perhaps will opt for a basic broadband package.But it may not happen so soon - one…
  • IT News Week 4 of Apr 2015

    21 Apr 2015 | 5:36 pm
    For week 3 of Apr 2015, the most interesting news was the announcement of global expansion for Symantec Incident Response Services. For this week / last week, here are / were the biggest news. PR - Apr 23, 2015 - TIBCO Releases Live Datamart 2.0 - The Latest Version of the Industry's First Data Mart for Fast Data PR - Apr 23, 2015 - Singapore - Present App Receives Funding SGD$500,000 PR - Apr 22, 2015 - PIKOM approves fixed broadband rates reduction Ovum - Apr 21, 2015 - Ovum says Data Center Interconnect a booming market for suppliers PR - Apr 21, 2015 - MDeC Supports Public and Private…
  • Case Study: Adira Finance (Indonesia) Deploys VMWare

    21 Apr 2015 | 4:04 am
    PT Adira Dinamika Multi Finance Tbk (Adira Finance), Indonesia’s top automotive financing company, today announced the virtualization of its existing IT infrastructure with VMware, the global leader in virtualization. With the deployment of VMware vSphere® Enterprise Plus and VMware vCenter Operations Suite 5.6, Adira Finance optimized existing IT investments, resulting in capital and operational efficiencies, that improved its agility to respond to customers and meet growing business needs. Cost and efficiency challenges with business growth With the growth of its business, Adira Finance…
  • Jadi Imaging Technologies (JADI) Recycle Toner Cartridge Programme

    18 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    Press Release - 20 Apr 2015: In conjunction with Earth Day, Malaysia’s leading toner manufacturer Jadi Imaging Technologies (JADI), has launched its “Empties Buyback Programme”. With over 350,000,000 cartridges thrown out to landfills each year, this initiative was launched with the objective of reducing its carbon footprint and to be more eco-friendly. The mechanics of the programme are very simple, allowing almost anyone to help contribute towards this cause. One just need collect their empty toner cartridges and contact JADI when they are ready for a collection. Furthermore, JADI…
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  • Nutty Coco Chatuchak Coconut Ice Cream @ IPC Shopping Centre

    26 Apr 2015 | 10:00 am
    Another Chatuchak-style coconut ice cream has landed in Malaysia. This time they are called Nutty Coco and can be found at the ground floor of IPC (Ikano Power Centre) Shopping Centre. Last weekend was their grand opening so there was 1 buy 1 free 1 promotion that will last for a week – until 30 Apr 2015. Currently there are ... Read More The post Nutty Coco Chatuchak Coconut Ice Cream @ IPC Shopping Centre appeared first on Malaysia Food & Travel Blog.
  • Seri Nyonya Peranakan Restaurant @ Hotel Equatorial, Melaka

    25 Apr 2015 | 10:34 am
    Last weekend, I had the pleasure of dining at one of the most gorgeous restaurants I have ever seen – Seri Nyonya of Hotel Equatorial Melaka. This charming Peranakan restaurant is famous for its home cooked Nyonya style-dishes, which is a first in a 5-star hotel as far as I am concerned. The stunning and colourful setting of Seri Nyonya ... Read More The post Seri Nyonya Peranakan Restaurant @ Hotel Equatorial, Melaka appeared first on Malaysia Food & Travel Blog.
  • Wan Char Koay Teow @ Residensi Bistaria, Ampang

    22 Apr 2015 | 11:11 am
    One thing that makes Wan Char Koay Teow (WCKT) stand out from the rest is their pioneering menu offerings. Besides the usual prawn and cockles, other seafood such as squid, baby lobster, crayfish, clams and even soft shell crabs are available. Even though Wan is from the east coast, his Char Koay Teow is an adaptation of the original recipe ... Read More The post Wan Char Koay Teow @ Residensi Bistaria, Ampang appeared first on Malaysia Food & Travel Blog.
  • Kedai Makanan Ah Heng @ Lorong Tiong Nam 3, KL

    20 Apr 2015 | 3:04 pm
    Kedai Makanan Ah Heng is a curbside hawker stall that serves a range of traditional Chinese meat dishes. They are perhaps most famous for their white pepper pig stomach soup – guaranteed to perk you up and warm your belly at the same time. A single serving of the soup with strips of pork stomach and a pair of chicken ... Read More The post Kedai Makanan Ah Heng @ Lorong Tiong Nam 3, KL appeared first on Malaysia Food & Travel Blog.
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  • Chasing light buffalo

    26 Apr 2015 | 8:40 am
    Chasing light buffalo @sharifputra: Chasing the light buffalo #Journalism #Trending #Popular #Buzzing #Viral #Picture
  • GST and consumer power

    Dr Hsu
    26 Apr 2015 | 8:11 am
    Updated. Almost one month has passed since the implementation of GST, has the cost of living gone up? GST was successfully implemented in many countries and is perceived to be a useful tax to raise revenue for the government.  Protagonists will label it as a fair tax; you pay when you spend; the more you consume, the more you pay.  But if you are one of those living and working in the cities in Malaysia and earning a salary slightly higher than the minimal wage, you probably will be the one worst hit by this so called consumption tax and you will not welcome this. Even though essential…
  • KL Quickie

    26 Apr 2015 | 7:31 am
    Not much to say today, just posting a few photos that I took during my trip to Kuala Lumpur in January, just before the start of the annual Lunar New Year. As usual, I made multiple trips to buy CDs at various branches of Rock Corner and Victoria Music, bought a bunch of bargain books at Book Xcess in the Amcorp Mall (and couldn’t resist browsing the selection of used CDs at their weekend flea market), and had many great meals at places such as the historic Coliseum Café. On another food note, over in the Dang Wagi neighborhood, the legendary Yut Kee has moved! But regular customers need…
  • Malaysia 2014: Penang's historical city of George Town

    26 Apr 2015 | 7:20 am
    George Town in Penang, Malaysia is not just popular for it’s scenic street arts and variety of food choices. If you actually roam around, you will find different historical and cultural buildings that made this town distinctively a world heritage site. In 2008, George Town was officially bestowed by UNESCO World Heritage Committee the title of World Heritage Site under Cultural Heritage category. The Hainan Temple along Lebuh Muntri, founded in 1866 is dedicated to the patron saint of seafarers, the goddess Mar Chor.   The Yap Kongsi Temple along Armenian Street.   Yeoh Kongsi…
  • It's the little things.

    Rebecca Michelle
    26 Apr 2015 | 7:05 am
    This weekend was quiet but lovely. Mitch came to visit me (and was stopped by immigration on his way
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  • My AIESEC Exchange to Sao Carlos, Brazil

    WJ C
    25 Apr 2015 | 5:28 pm
    Testimonial: AIESEC Exchange to Sao Carlos, BrazilGuest post by Zhi Kai Chong (submit your guest post and get featured here)31st December 2014, I started my exciting journey to Brazil under the Global Community Development Project by AIESEC. The six-week exchange was a life-changing experience that broadened my knowledge and opened myself to the world. I will elaborate and evaluate my exchange experience from two perspectives; the cultural aspect and the project.South America is a land that not many of us have explored. Viewing exchange as an opportunity for me to step out of my comfort zone,…
  • 5 Definite Ways to Secure a Scholarship

    WJ C
    14 Mar 2015 | 6:07 pm
    Join 32,000+ students to get latest scholarship updates for SPM & STPM leavers Enter email address now to get them! 16 March 2015: PETRONAS Scholarships 2015 / UTP Scholarships 16 March 2015: Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) Scholarship Awards (Biasiswa Suruhanjaya Sekuriti) 17 March 2015: Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) Overseas Scholarship Programme 22 March 2015: The Star Education Fund Scholarship Awards 22 March 2015: UEM Group Berhad Overseas Scholarship Programme 25 March 2015: Nanyang Siang Pau Scholarships (南洋商报大专奖学金计划) 27 March 2015: Sri KDU International…
  • How to Enter the Professional World after Studying Abroad

    WJ C
    4 Mar 2015 | 5:36 pm
    How to Enter the Professional World after Studying AbroadGuest post by Jessica Barden (Share you education tips with 30,000+ Malaysian students) Every student becomes nervous when we talk about their plans to enter the professional world for a secure career. This is because in order to live a peaceful professional life people need to develop professional skills. If you’re a final year student of a foreign study program and aiming to learn professional skills then you’re at the right spot. Have a look at the information shared below to successfully satisfy your potential employers with…
  • KPM Bursary & JPA Scholarships 2015

    WJ C
    28 Feb 2015 | 4:55 am
    Do not miss! Click here for the most complete list of 50+ scholarships 2015 available for STPM and SPM 2014 candidatesJPA Scholarships 2015 (Biasiswa JPA)Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam (JPA) invites eligible candidates to apply for the engineering special programme to pursue studies in Germany, France, Japan and Korea.This scholarship is for 2014 SPM Leavers who wish to pursue their engineering studies in Germany, France, Japan and Korea.Successful candidates will be required to attend a preparatory course in colleges set in the country before pursuing studies abroad.Deadline of JPA Scholarships…
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  • 20 Things To Do When You’re 30 That Will Make Life Better At 50

    26 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    20 Things To Do When You’re 30 That Will Make Life Better At 50: Don’t smoke. If you’ve started, stop immediately. Stop eating crap. Maintain (or repair) relationships with parents and siblings. Stop going out in the sun without sunblock. Exercise regularly. Start saving money. Even if it’s just a tiny bit. Learn to be content with what you have. Don’t delay pursuing your life goals. Get some sleep. Take care of your teeth. Collect memories instead of things. Give something back. Be curious and do one thing that scares you every day. Read at least 10 books a year. Travel. As much as…
  • Google's "Mobilegeddon" is on its way • Yoast

    25 Apr 2015 | 4:33 am
    Google's "Mobilegeddon" is on its way • Yoast: Looking at the early impact of Mobilegeddon this post analyzes what’s happening and what this means for both mobile and desktop SERPs.
  • Use a list

    17 Apr 2015 | 10:36 am
    When you have five issues you want to let me know, use a list so we can both have a better email and can easily identify each individual issues. I don’t know why this common sense just doesn’t get around. Why would you write 3 paragraphs with 5 issues within it? Just… Why?
  • Someone can't handle the "No" word

    7 Apr 2015 | 5:24 am
    Miss: Hi, may I speak to Andrew? Me: Yes, who is this from? Miss: Oh, I'm calling from [Bank name], since you are with us, we would like to offer you a credit card. Me: Credit card? Miss: Yes sir, it is up to you to accept it or not. Me: No thanks, I don't want anymore credit card. Miss: Oh! *click* Me: *Are you seriously using "Oh" to end a phone call?*
  • Cannot stop taking pictures…

    3 Apr 2015 | 12:46 am
    Cannot stop taking pictures…
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  • The Best of Europe

    Kenny Sia
    21 Apr 2015 | 1:29 am
    With the crashing ringgit and the GST, I thought Malaysians may be more cautious with their spending. I thought wrong. This was the scene at the most recent MATTA Fair at PWTC. It took me one good hour to make find a parking spot 1km away from the venue, and another good hour just to make my way through the queues into the 5 huge exhibition halls playing host to the MATTA Fair. If Malaysians wanna travel, they will spend - and not even the weak ringgit is gonna stop them! Despite the rising popularity of lesser-known "hipster" destinations, travelling to Europe remains one of many…
  • Goodbye LKY

    Kenny Sia
    22 Mar 2015 | 6:26 pm
    Unlike the current generation of entrepreneurs who can count Robert Kiyosaki, Donald Trump and Steve Jobs as inspirational figures, my late father have few well-known figures he that looked up to. One such exception, is Lee Kuan Yew. When I was 7, I saw on my father's desk a biography of Lee Kuan Yew. "Who is that, papa?" "He is someone incredibly extra-ordinary. Thirty years ago, Singapore and Kuching were the same but he developed Singapore so much. No one could ever have imagined. Read, and you will soon know, son."
  • It's Been Nine Year Since You're Gone

    Kenny Sia
    4 May 2014 | 3:32 am
    Dear Papa,   Gosh, has it been 9 years already?      I was asked about it the other day and I almost couldn't believe that it has been that long.  There's so much you had missed out on since you left, papa.   The amazing thing is that... even so long after you had left, there are still so many random strangers coming up to me and to koko, telling us pretty much the same old things.   "I knew your dad."   "We would be in meetings after meetings, talking for weeks and weeks on a problem we couldn't solve. Then when your dad walked in,…
  • Because Traditional Chinese Engagement Ad Is Too Mainstream

    Kenny Sia
    25 Mar 2014 | 10:01 pm
    What's the point of renting a bridal gown and paying thousands for a photoshoot, when you can just do this? #kennyandming
  • EO Tour de Malaysia

    Kenny Sia
    9 Mar 2014 | 4:00 pm
    They say in life, it is not just what you know, it is who you know. I first heard of the Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) through Marcus Luer, who served as my mentor for MillionaireAsia's Enterprise Development Challenge two years ago. In fact, joining EO was the very first advice Marcus gave me. "It is very important that you surround yourself with like-minded individuals," he said. "When you are in the company with other individuals in similar position in life like yourselves, you get access to a whole group of people who supports you, mentors you and gives you opportunity…
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    YeinJee's Asian Blog

  • I went to Seoul Motor Show 2015

    Yein Jee
    14 Apr 2015 | 9:41 am
    I’m in Korea again, three years after my previous trip. It’s my first visit to a Korean trade event though, and there’s probably no better place to start than the biennial Seoul Motor Show (on April 10), with beautiful cars and promo models. There's more, check the rest of I went to Seoul Motor Show 2015
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    Colin Charles Agenda

  • Xiaomi selfies beautify you

    Colin Charles
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:27 pm
    I’ve not gotten my hands on any Xiaomi kit (yet; I’ve wanted to grab a Mi4 for quite some time now, and the Mi3 before that), but this piece in the WSJ about the Mi4i (india edition) being available caught my eye (China’s Xiaomi Unveils Mi 4i Smartphone in India): …its automatic photo-retouching setting for selfies, called beautify, does not enlarge eyes the way it does for the Chinese market, where that feature is popular. The beautify feature will smooth wrinkles and lighten skin tone, as it does in other markets For one, I had no idea that all Chinese selfies from a Xiaomi phone…
  • In Singapore, getting your GST back is efficiently electronic

    Colin Charles
    21 Apr 2015 | 5:49 pm
    We departed Singapore and got to experience their electronic tourist refund scheme (eTRS), for collecting your GST back. To think, at the cashier’s desk when we made the purchase, we were wondering why we couldn’t just use a Global Blue refund card (useful in most of Europe).  At the point of purchase, you are given a receipt with a barcode. When you visit the airport, just follow a touch-screen based interface that says you accept the conditions (i.e. this stuff is for export/you’re not Singaporean), swipe your passport (yes, it reads it all very well), say when you entered Singapore…
  • Do you need the .com?

    Colin Charles
    10 Feb 2015 | 7:45 am
    Conventional wisdom says you need to have the .com in a domain name. Nowadays its backed by the fact that you have the .com easily available on your mobile phone’s popup keyboard as well. But lately I’ve seen some quality sites launch and they don’t have the .com’s to go with it. AppleWorld.Today. In the past, let’s not forger <re/code> from the AllThingsD folk at Wall Street Journal (also, .net). You’ve always had John Gruber’s Daring Fireball in the .net-namespace. So maybe you don’t need the .com and you’ll do just fine. It’s interesting to travel…
  • Microsoft’s reaction to open

    Colin Charles
    3 Feb 2015 | 2:27 pm
    It’s interesting to follow what Microsoft has been doing, especially in relation to their reactions to the open world. The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project was always interesting. It ships with Linux as a default, and it didn’t take long for Microsoft to offer Windows on this device. Though its likely that there were never any large deployments for this. Now, you find that Microsoft Windows 10 is basically a free upgrade for users from the days of Windows 7. And it looks like upgrades are going to be free going forward. This follows what Apple has done with OSX, and if you look back…
  • Here, and defending your trademarks

    Colin Charles
    3 Feb 2015 | 9:04 am
    I read: Nokia threatens London start-up over ‘HERE”. It’s all about Lowdownapp (I’ve not heard about it before this), made by David J Senior & crew. I think the crux of the problem is that they have also released an app called HERE and Nokia is obviously pissed because of HERE Maps. Apparently Nokia has spent USD$12m on creating the HERE brand and are now defending it. I’m not surprised this startup hadn’t heard of it. I’m also not surprised that unless you’ve used a Windows phone, you’ve probably not heard about HERE Maps either. There was a release of HERE Maps on iOS,…
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  • Flyte Is A LightBulb That Levitates, And It’s Cool

    Singyin Lee
    26 Apr 2015 | 3:01 am
    What is the first thing that comes to mind when you see this? Let me help: How is this light bulb floating on top of that base? Secondly, what in blazes is keeping this lightbulb lit up? Magic. Well, the magic of magnetic levitation and wireless power transmission, to be precise. That LED lightbulb is held afloat by an electromagnet, and it is lit up wirelessly – look ma, no battery or power cables. This, is the Kickstarter project, Flyte: Levitating Light. Flyte is a shatterproof, energy-efficent LED lightbulb that shines at 60 lumens, and is designed to fit into a cafe, home or office…
  • How to Install Windows Boot Camp Without An Optical Drive

    Guest Contributor
    24 Apr 2015 | 6:01 am
    Editor’s Note: Previously, we published a post by Daniel Pataki on How To Install Windows on Mac when all else fails. Alvaro is one of the many readers who left a comment on that thread. Below is his version on how to get Windows Boot Camp, and thus, Windows, on your Mac. I have a late 2009 27" iMac which has a built-in Optical Drive, one that is not operational anymore. I’m not sure why it refuses to work, but I tried cleaning it with canned air, which improved its condition a little because now at least it "swallows" the dvd and spins it – it just never…
  • 44 Handwriting So Neat And Beautiful You’d Be Jealous

    Hongkiat Lim
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:01 am
    For all our readers out there who are no longer students, we need to ask, when was the last time you held a pen? If you still do, when was the last time you’ve actually penned something that is not limited to signing your name on a credit card purchase? For these masters of the handwritten note, writing by hand is almost a skill that is forbidden to have. I mean, just look at some of the mind-blowingly amazing way people are stringing together essays, math formulas and equations, lesson notes and thank-you cards with no grids or rulers, just tons of patience, highlighters and paper.
  • 30 Cool CSS Animations You Have To See

    22 Apr 2015 | 8:01 am
    We’ve previously published the creative text effects you can make with CSS, and many other cool things you didn’t think were possibly to make with CSS. This compilation however focuses on the many things you can animate with CSS, and many of these creations will make you raise an eyebrow or two. From loading animations to toggles, and modal windows to shaking elements, this pile of 30 unusual and creative uses of CSS animation can open your mind to more ways you can play with CSS animations that you’ve probably never thought of before. CSS Loading Animation By patrikhjelm…
  • 10+ Services & Tools To Convert Designs To Codes

    Guest Contributor
    22 Apr 2015 | 6:01 am
    After brainstorming your designs, being able to finally see a working end product is pretty much one of the more satisfying aspects of the software development process. On the other end of the spectrum, bridging the gap from final design to working code can be taxing, not-very-satisfying and for some, a nearly insurmountable obstacle. PSD to HTML/CSS conversion can be a time-consuming and an error-prone endeavour – unless you love writing code. There are fortunately a number of companies that will do the conversion for you. All of the companies listed below offer good conversion…
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    Malaysia Asia

  • Rainforest World Music Festival 2015

    19 Apr 2015 | 8:09 pm
    The Rainforest World Music Festival 2015 is set to take place from 7-9 August at the Sarawak Cultural Village in Santubong, Sarawak. This time around, 14 world music bands from all corners of the world have been invited to perform at this unique music festival to be held in the rainforest of Borneo.  The Rainforest World Music Festival pr RWMF has also been recognised as 25 of the Best
  • Canopy Walks in Malaysia

    16 Apr 2015 | 9:11 pm
    For the outdoor and nature lover, did you know that there are quite a number of amazing Canopy Walks in Malaysia? Yes, these jungle or rainforest tree top walks or skywalks seem to be a must have activity at most national parks and forest reserves around the country. As I am avid outdoor lover, I have personally been to almost all of the canopy walks in Malaysia in the last few years and
  • Pentatonix Live in Malaysia

    16 Apr 2015 | 2:05 am
    Pentatonix will be performing live in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the first time and this concert is brought in by BlackCat Live and The WonderLand+. The Pentatonix “The On My Way Home” Tour in Malaysia 2015 is set to kick off on Saturday, 30th May 2015 at Stadium Negara at 8.00pm. Pentatonix often abbreviated as PTX was formed in 2011 and it comprise of 5 acapella vocalists; Scott Hoying,
  • A Journey to the Bario Highlands in Sarawak

    13 Apr 2015 | 3:48 am
    Among one of the least visited places in Sarawak, the Bario Highlands are on top of the list of must-visit places on the island of Borneo. Where is this strange place located? What highlands is this? Many may think Sarawak offers countless hectares of rainforest but bordering Kalimantan Indonesia in the north is the unique and intriguing Bario Highlands and this is my story.  I have heard
  • Penang Floral Festival 2015

    9 Apr 2015 | 8:22 pm
    The Penang Floral Festival 2015 will be held at the Penang Botanic Gardens from 30 May to 7 June 2015. For the flower and garden fans, this ongoing festival for many years showcases the huge variety of local and hybrid orchids of Malaysia and is a big hit for orchid lovers in the region.  In total, the will be over 800 orchids on display and among them are some really rare and unique
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    iMoney Learning Centre

  • 11 Parenting Lifehacks That You’ll Thank Us For

    Rebecca Shamasundari
    26 Apr 2015 | 6:59 pm
    Maintaining a family with children can be expensive. There are mouths to feed, school outings to pay for, annual outings, festivals, birthdays and the list goes on. With all the financial chaos you are going through, it can be very easy to spiral into debt if you are not careful. However, with a few precautionary measures and some clever budgeting tactics, you can cut your expenses and give yourself some breathing space, financially. 1. Buy unisex clothing If you plan to have more than one child, stay away from the stereotypical pink or blue outfits. Instead, purchase T-shirts, shorts, and…
  • 100 Companies Targeted To Join The Price Reduction Campaign

    Rebecca Shamasundari
    24 Apr 2015 | 1:50 am
    The Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism (MDTCC) has targeted 100 companies to join its price reduction campaign. Thus far, 40 companies has pledged to be a part of this campaign. With their participation, a total of 488,056 products are being offered at lower prices and are on sale at 1,382 outlets and their branches nationwide. The products involved are mostly household goods, food, beverages and furniture. The companies involved in this campaign include both local and international brands, such as Nestle. Minister Datuk Seri Hasan Malek is certain that this initiative…
  • Proton Aims To Expand In China

    Fiona Ho
    24 Apr 2015 | 1:49 am
    Proton Holdings Bhd’s sports car subsidiary Lotus Group International Ltd aims to begin production of 30,000 Lotus cars in China this year, said Proton chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. This follows the signing of a joint venture (JV) agreement among Proton, Lotus Group and China’s Goldstar Heavy Industrial Co Ltd to further expand the presence of the Lotus brand in China. Dr Mahathir said Proton is hoping to tap into the world’s largest car market, where 22 million cars are sold annually. The group aims to build Lotus-branded cars in China for the China market, as well as for…
  • EPF Sticks With 55

    Iris Lee
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:36 pm
    After much debate and protest, the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has announced that Employees Provident Fund (EPF) members would retain their right to withdraw their savings at the age of 55. However, all contributions made to EPF after the age of 55 will be locked in until they turn 60. This decision was lauded by many, as EPF members have overwhelmingly voted for this option in the online consultation process initiated by EPF. This announcement was made by Datuk Seri Najib in his keynote address at Invest Malaysia 2015. He also stressed that he was aware of public concerns about…
  • Can I Invest With Just RM1,000? [Infographic]

    Iris Lee
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:24 pm
    This article is sponsored by Securities Commission Malaysia, under its InvestSmart initiative.        One of the most common excuses non-investors use are, the lack of money to invest. There is a general myth that you need to have a big lump sum of money to kick-start you investment dream. The fact is, you don’t need to be the next Robert Kuok to be able to invest. You can start small, and slowly build a healthy and solid investment portfolio for yourself. You don’t need to invest hundreds of thousands up front to see a healthy return. With just RM1,000, you can kick-start your…
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  • How Miss X Identifies Good Value Properties To Buy

    Khai Yin
    27 Apr 2015 | 2:24 am
    As you’d probably noticed, the title of this week’s blog post is not as sensational as the last (“The Secret Trick That Miss X Used To Make $Insert-Made-Up-Number-Here“). You see, I have purposely wrote a click-baity title last week because there was this Internet marketing Guru who told me that if I did, I would see some pretty spectacular click through numbers in last week’s issue of the GoodPlace Digest. The results are in:- True enough, traffic spiked +300% last Wednesday when the newsletter was sent out. So Mr Internet marketing Guru was right after all. He…
  • The Secret Trick That Miss X Used To Make $3,967,872.67 In Property Last Year

    Khai Yin
    19 Apr 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Alright, I’ll fess up. That title was completely made up. While “Miss X” was a real person who came to visit the HackerHub last Friday, I didn’t know how much money she made in property last year using the aforementioned “secret trick“. She was, however, a new addition to The Mentor’s mastermind group, and members of this group were as legitimate as they would come since The Mentor wouldn’t easily let anyone enter his inner circle without combing his/her background in fine detail, Gestapo-style. “I’m a conservative…
  • Property Valuation: The Advice You Can’t Afford To Ignore

    Khai Yin
    9 Apr 2015 | 7:56 pm
    Keen GoodPlace readers will know that if there’s a topic that I like to yak about non-stop until armageddon, it’s property valuation. If you’ve been at this game for long then you’ll come to understand that there’s only one thing that you need to do in order to make money in property, and that is, (drum rolls)… find an undervalued property, and then sell it for a profit. That’s really it! Serious! Of course, that’s really easier said than done, and I’ll be yanking your chain if I tell you that I’m going to hand you a magic widget…
  • Investing For Cash: Don’t Fall For These Two (2) Newbie Traps

    Khai Yin
    2 Apr 2015 | 8:14 pm
    Generally speaking, there are two types if property investors: those who invest for capital gain, and those who invest for cash flow. The former is decidedly more popular than the latter because it holds the promise of quick riches (albeit at significantly higher level of risk). You’ll notice that most property investment courses and seminars would promote capital gain investing simply because it’s easier to promote a hype-y program like “How To Make $1,278,297.67 In Your Undergarments Flipping Property Before You Take Your Morning Crap” than something more sober like…
  • Buying A Property? Ask These Three (3) Questions Before You Take The Plunge

    Khai Yin
    25 Mar 2015 | 8:49 pm
    If you have been in the property game for long, you will soon realize that it’s an industry which is driven pretty much by emotions. The truth is that while we like to think that we make decisions purely on reason alone, in actuality we (often subconsciously) choose to buy based on our feelings (“This place gives me a good vibe”, “I grew up in a house which looks really like this”, “Our bed will really match the wallpaper and the carpet”, etc etc). And as we have said before, if you’re not careful, emotions will screw it all up for you. The…
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  • Friendship between men and women

    Dennelton Mandiau
    21 Apr 2015 | 10:03 am
    Given a choice, men prefer the not so handsome guys and not the ugly women to be their friends. They are not bothered with a man’s appearance but they do a lot, a woman’s AS A woman, if the majority of your supposedly good friends are men, you probably should be more grateful than the rest of the women who have more female friends than male ones. For at least it shows, first thing, you can’t be as plain-looking as you probably think you are. Other words, you can make up your mind now that you are actually good-looking. Men do not discriminate against the not so good-looking guys when…
  • Believing in sugar, spice and all things nice

    Dennelton Mandiau
    16 Apr 2015 | 8:32 pm
    If the fortune telling we checked with is anything to go by, many of us would not be still around today.TO BE fully human, we must believe in something ... anything, not necessarily that it should have anything to do with religion or some philosophies.And not that it should be feng sui (geomancy), astrology or fortune-telling. In fact, not many of us believe in those and we normally do not understand why other people stick to their guns about such things.Well, perhaps it’s not that we don’t believe. It’s more accurate to say that we only want to believe what we choose to believe. We…
  • When you promote yourself, find a selling point

    Dennelton Mandiau
    13 Apr 2015 | 12:32 am
    We all want to look good, while at the same time we also want to find a partner who is good looking.YOUNG PEOPLE, both boys and girls who have never been in love, are curious and concerned about the same thing. The girls would always ask, ‘Are all the boys interested only in pretty faces?’, while the boys’ favourite question is, ‘Are all the girls only like tall and handsome chaps?’My answer would always be, Certainly. If you walk into a pet shop to find a cat to buy or adopt, would you pick the cutest looking cat or a fierce, malicious looking and smelly one?The answer is obvious.
  • Love, like the food has already expired

    Dennelton Mandiau
    6 Apr 2015 | 6:51 am
    We might not realize it, but love like food can run out of its time. So, we need to do something about it before it’s too late.HE ENJOYS buying a lot of stuff, just everyday things such as food, clothing, books and especially necessities. His home is filled with extras. As a result, what is left most in the house, one notices, is the expired foodstuff. The family simply can’t eat or use the food and things faster than he replenishes them. Each time we open the refrigerator, new discoveries await us. This packet of cheese has expired last year. That box of instant noodles ran out of its…
  • Borneo Wildlife: Tiger

    Dennelton Mandiau
    3 Apr 2015 | 10:09 pm
    The tiger is the largest cat species in the world. Among the Asian cats, tigers have the loudest roar and it is one of their most distinguishing features.Tigers are very efficent predators and hunt using the stalk-and-ambush technique. They are solitary and fiercely territorial depending on the number of prey in the area. Male tigers mark their territory by spraying urine and anal gland secretions on trees as well as by marking trails with scat.Hunting for its fur and use in traditional medicines have seen the decrease of wild tiger populations in the world. Habitat destruction and human…
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