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Archive for June, 2014

UMNO vs Sultan – The Rush For Goldmine Johor Land

Beside being crowned as the world’s most expensive city, Singapore is also a top financial hub, trading port, tourism, tax haven, and has the world’s highest percentage of millionaires. The country which already has 21 billionaires is expected to have 4,878 people with US$30 million or more in assets by 2023, according to Knight Frank […]

... written on Jun 10 2014

4G Without LandLine Is Coming To (London) Town

Britain has a massive variations in broadband speeds, ranging from lowest 0.60 Mbps to average 17.8 Mbps, to top speed of 57.58 Mbps. The UK government had invested £1.2 billion (US$2 billion, RM6.5 billion) with additional additional £250 million (US$420 million, RM1,355 million) last year to ensure at least 95% UK homes have access to […]

... written on Jun 06 2014

Top 15 Creative, Stunning, Cool & Useful Business Cards

There’re thousands of beautiful and creative business cards in the market. At the same time there’re millions of boring and dull business cards change hands everyday, and surprisingly tons of them ended up in the drawer never to be seen again, or simply ended up in the trash.   In a nutshell, graphic designers’ business […]

... written on Jun 04 2014

Sold Out In Less 30-Sec, Here’s Proof Xiaomi Bluffs

Actually this article shouldn’t be published as we do not want to give free publicity to Xioami Malaysia. But for the sake of consumers who had been taken for a ride by the Chinese company, we feel we should at least publish this last article to save them precious and productivity time. We have to […]

... written on Jun 03 2014

Is This The Next Doodler Genius Google Should Hire?

There’re good reasons why parents sometime need to discipline their kids on the do’s and don’ts, especially when your kids are particularly talented in art. There were tons of news how kids decorated their parents’ expensive new sofas with drawings using marker pens. They might try their luck on your home’s wall as well. But […]

... written on Jun 02 2014

Why DAP Lost Teluk Intan? What Has Gone Wrong?

In most by-elections, the “unofficial results” from the government’s (read: BN, Barisan Nasional) camp normally would be final. So, when the unofficial results of Teluk Intan by-election shows BN candidate Mah Siew Keong won with a razor-thin majority of 238 votes, it was game over for DAP and PR (Pakatan Rakyat) for that matter. Congratz […]

... written on Jun 01 2014









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