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Damn!! – Airlines Want You To Buy New “Cabin OK” Luggage

New conspiracy revealed – airline authorities are working hand in glove with luggage manufacturers to rip off travellers big time. And how do they plan to do that? The International Air Transport Association (IATA), working together with Boeing and Airbus has recommended a new sized bag to be allowed onto a plane (*grin*).   The […]

... written on Jun 10 2015

Meet World’s Biggest Hotel “Abraj Kudai” – 10,000 Rooms, 12 Towers, 4 Helipads

Presently, the world’s top-3 biggest hotels are The Venetian Las Vegas, MGM Grand Las Vegas and First World Hotel (Genting Highlands). While all of them are in the business of gambling, none of them have more than 10,000 rooms. But that is about to change in 2017, two years from now. The “Abraj Kudai”, the super […]

... written on May 25 2015

Meet The Hot Dog Man Who Makes 10-Times Profits Within Minutes

Wall Street, the world’s largest stock exchange, is where you need to visit at least once in your lifetime to feel and experience the true meaning of money making. Every day, hundreds of billions of dollars changes hands. It could be due to this powerful influence that Ahmed Mohammed got inspired. Ahmed, a food cart […]

... written on May 21 2015

Approved!! – Mother Russia Is Getting Its Own Disneyland, Finally

With Russia still struggling after the collapse of oil prices, Putin administration needs to keep his people happy while feeding his expanding military forces. Although the oil prices have recovered ever since, it’s still too far away from the peak of US$110 a barrel. Putin wants his people to forget about the economic problem – […]

... written on May 12 2015

China’s Latest Tourism Stunt – Make Money By Showing “Flying Pigs”

While thousands of Malaysians took to the street on 1st-May days ago to protest Emperor Najib Razak’s lavish spending and the newly introduced GST, tourists in China were being entertained with a new bizzare stunt – piglets flying, into the water – from a huge platform. As sickening as it looked, the event was instantly […]

... written on May 05 2015

Could Nepal Earthquake’s Death Toll Be Minimised? Absolutely, But …

Nepal’s death toll from a Saturday’s magnitude 7.8 earthquake has jumped to more than 3,729 with official figure for the injured stands at 6,944 (and counting). UNICEF estimates close to a million children have been “severely affected” by the disaster. The earthquake, the worst in the country since 1934 when 10,000 died, has made hundreds […]

... written on Apr 27 2015

Singapore’s Legendary Architect Lee Kuan Yew Passed Away, Aged 91

Depending on when you were born, you either love or hate Lee Kuan Yew. The first Singapore’s prime minister passed away at the Singapore General Hospital today at 3.18am, aged 91. Mr Lee, whose health rapidly deteriorated after his wife died in 2010, was in the hospital for nearly seven weeks with severe pneumonia. Born […]

... written on Mar 23 2015

Swiss Tsunami – Reasons Why Zurich Gave Up On Euro

Swiss-made watches have become more expensive over night. Swatch watch group which sells brands such as Omega, Tissot, Longiness and Calvin Klein was trembling at the sudden change of event. So did Richemont, which owns Cartier, Chloé and Montblanc. Shares of Swatch Group tumbled 15% while Richemont was down 14%. If you happen to collect […]

... written on Jan 18 2015

Danger Of “See No Terrorist, Hear No Terrorist, Speak No Terrorist” Policy

After loads of explosions and gunfire, French security forces killed the two Kouachi brothers, Cherif and Said, suspected in the Charlie Hebdo massacre while raiding a factory where they had holed up with a hostage. Amazingly, the hostage was freed – Vive la France! – and that my friends, speaks volumes about the country’s GIGN. That’s France’s Groupe […]

... written on Jan 11 2015

What Best Airways? This Airlines Actually Starves Its Passengers

After billionaire Tony Fernandes’ AirAsia Flight QZ8501 mysteriously crashed last Sunday in the Java Sea together with 162 people on board en route from Surabaya to Singapore, air travellers around the world have been extremely cautious about flying. In another drama at the same Juanda International Airport, Surabaya, close to 120 AirAsia passengers got a […]

... written on Jan 05 2015









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