Archive for December, 2011

Kim Jong-Il Funeral – A Royal Send-Off (Photos)

Vast crowds, some reports said up to a million people gathered in Pyongyang’s central Kim Il-sung square to observe the end of an official period of mourning for the late Kim Jon Il. The 3-hour funeral was filled with mourners weeping and beating their chests while many South Korean celebrated. Interestingly, the hearse used to […]

... written on Dec 29 2011

Here’s What Happen On Internet Every 60(Sixty) Seconds

World Wide Web (WWW) is easily one of the greatest things since sliced bread. Since Tim Berners-Lee played with hypertext (and subsequently web’s http) in 1980, the world has been changed beyond imagination. Investors, traders, speculators and average-Joes for the first time can buy and sell stocks online and access latest information real-time. Of course […]

... written on Dec 28 2011

North Korea’s Future – Kim Jong-un Executive Decision

The passing of North Korea leader Kim Jong Il sent global stock markets tumbling for obvious reason – untested young son Kim Jong Un taking over from a country with a nuclear program and 1.2-million strong military, not to mention its history invasion into South Korea. While United States, South Korea and Japan are watching […]

... written on Dec 24 2011

Ryanair Sexy Cabin Crew Calendar – Too Hot To Handle

Besides school holidays and Christmas celebration, there are year-end bonus, annual increment, Chinese New Year and whatnot. So year end, or rather the month of December is particularly exciting for everyone. However, before the internet age, there was something that people rushed to get for themselves before it ran out of stock. This item is […]

... written on Dec 16 2011

Anwar And Opposition Are Worried – Mahathir Is Back

While former PM Mahathir was worried about nothing else but his UMNO’s lavish partying, the latest being the RM250 million NFC scandal, which is driving the party into self-destruction through internal sabotage, the opposition parties are equally worried about something else. Mahathir had left his “101 Smart Corruption for the Dummies” to his successors but […]

... written on Dec 15 2011

Madinat Al Hareer, Kuwait’s City of Silk at $132 Billion

Dubai is dead, with most of its high-rise buildings and property in static mode, thanks to its own subprime crisis which has yet to recover. There won’t be any new building coming up because the city is already bloated with spaces with no takers. However that doesn’t stop its neighbours from doing so on their […]

... written on Dec 08 2011

World’s First Android Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet At $99

Dell has announced the death of the company’s Android tablet – the Streak 7 is no longer available. It’s not surprising that Dell, the first major company to introduce a tablet to compete with Apple’s iPad, is quitting the tablet market. While Apple’s iPhone is having a tough competition with Android smartphones, the same cannot […]

... written on Dec 06 2011

Mahathir And His 3M Team Are Worried And Here’s Why

It’s been 50 years since a U.S. Secretary of State stepped foot in Myanmar, now shattered and isolated after decades of military rule. Hillary Clinton’s upcoming visit to  the country, which was formerly known as Burma, is something many never expected to see especially after years of paranoid authoritarianism and Soviet-style economic management under military […]

... written on Dec 01 2011

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