Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Thanks to my anonymous loyal blog reader for the info.
Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia (JPA) sukacita memaklumkan bahawa Kerajaan telah bersetuju untuk meneruskan pelaksanaan program pencapaian Biasiswa Yang di-Pertuan Agong yang telah mula diperkenalkan pada tahun 2006. Program penajaan ini adalah khusus kepada calon yang mempunyai prestasi akademik dan bukan akademik (ko-kurikulum) yang amat cemerlang untuk melanjutkan pelajaran di peringkat Sarjana dan Kedoktoran (Ph.D) di dalam atau di luar negara.Maklumat lanjut »
Posted by Chen Chow at 12:31 AM
Monday, July 27, 2009
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Thanks to my loyal anonymous blog reader for highlighting this.
Scholarships for the needy
I wish to offer scholarships to 50 poor students for the next academic year to study finance and accountancy in University TAR, Kampar, Perak on the following conditions:-
1. Each student's family income should not be more than Rm 2,000 per month.
2. Students will be selected more on the basis of their financial need and not merely on their academic achievement.
3. Each scholarship is worth Rm 20,000 which should be enough for each student to cover the cost for the first year foundation course and the first semester of the degree course in finance and accountancy until he or she secures the PTPTN loan. This Government loan is given to all students irrespective of race and financial position who are doing a recognised degree course.
4. Students who receive my financial aid do not require to pay back the money or work for me after they graduate. But I want them to promise me that they will help other poor students when they have graduated and are financially solvent.
UTAR takes in students in January and June every year. Students who are currently doing SPM can submit their applications to U TAR this October with their forecast results to start in January 2010.
Needy students who are currently doing SPM or have passed the SPM can submit their applications to me:
Koon Yew Yin,
yewyin AT gmail DOT com
27, Lengkok Harimau,
31400, Ipoh, Perak
Posted by Chen Chow at 10:38 PM
Thanks to my anomymous loyal blog reader.
Posted by Chen Chow at 10:36 PM
Thanks to my anonymous blog reader for the link.
Posted by Chen Chow at 10:18 PM
Do feel free to bring your friends to this event, there's no charge to attend any of our series and our sole purpose for doing this is to nurture young corporates to excel in their respective fields and to learn a thing or two through those who've successfully climbed up the corporate ladders to become industry leaders.
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Map to venue as per attached to this event page.
Date: Thursday, 30th July 2009
Time: 7.30pm - 10.00pm
Dress Code: Just turn up in your working clothes :)
Venue: Bilik Seminar
Aras 2, Wisma Sejarah
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He served as the Chief Executive Officer of The AIMS Asia Group and Global Transit International prior to joining TIME dotCom.
He is also the Chairman of Communications and Multimedia Licensee Associate and founded of the Malaysia Internet Exchange (MyIX) in 2006.
Posted by Chen Chow at 9:45 AM
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Want to know about the market condition today, do sign up for the 19th JobStreet.com HR Networking Event.
Why this theme?
With the global economic recession, the year has been filled with erratic and unpredictable ups and downs, forcing companies to tighten their budgets and streamline their businesses. In hopes of addressing today's economic landscape, this year's HRNE theme emphasizes on analyzing HR trends and challenges in the current market outlook. JobStreet believes the time is right for practitioners to utilize HRNE as a platform to share, learn, and network from one another to get through the recession.
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Posted by Chen Chow at 1:41 AM
Pitfalls of KL's half-hearted policy
Ferocious debate over U-turn in scheme, which was badly implemented
By Carolyn Hong, Malaysia Bureau Chief
Parents disappointed with the government's decision to reverse the
policy of using the English language to teach maths and science
discussing the topic outside a Bukit Damansara school on Wednesday. --
PHOTO: THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK
LISTENING to Mr Yeoh Chen Chow now, you would not have realised that
his English was once so shaky that he needed remedial classes in
But when he first enrolled in Cornell University in the United States
to study electrical and computer engineering, he was one of the eight
out of 3,000 students who needed English lessons.
'My grammar was okay but my pronunciation was weak. In school, if we
spoke English, we'd be seen as showing off,' he told The Straits
Today, the Chinese-educated 28-year-old from Bukit Mertajam, a small
town on mainland Penang, helps young Malaysians in their applications
to US schools.
Mr Yeoh, who believes that the standard of English has continued to
decline, is convinced that the government should keep its policy of
using English as the language of instruction for mathematics and
science in schools.
On the other hand, Ms Sheema Abdul Aziz, 31, a conservation officer
who studied in England after Malay-language schooling, said she had no
'But I already spoke good English to begin with, so I wasn't
particularly handicapped,' she said.
The two are among the thousands contributing to the ferocious debate
on the government's recent decision to scrap a six-year-old policy to
teach maths and science in English. It announced on Wednesday that
teaching will revert to Malay, Chinese and Tamil from 2012.
The move immediately drew strong opposition, despite the government's
attempt to explain that the policy had hampered rural children's
ability to learn the two subjects.
Education Minister Muhyiddin Yassin quickly swung into action to
defend the change of policy, taking questions live over an Internet
chat hosted by the New Straits Times the next day.
On the other side, former premier Mahathir Mohamad, who opposes the
move, used his blog to run a poll on the government's decision. Of the
26,000 who voted, about 80 per cent said they were against the
'I will then try to let the government know your opinion,' wrote Tun
A separate poll on the issue, as part of the independent Merdeka
Centre's survey on Prime Minister Najib Razak's first 100 days in
office, showed that 58 per cent of the 1,060 respondents wanted the
policy to continue.
But it is unlikely that the government will change its stand.
The policy was introduced in 2003 for two reasons. One, to increase
proficiency in English, and two, to familiarise students with
technical terms in English to enable them to pursue higher education
in these fields.
It was hailed with joy by English-speaking students, mainly in urban
areas, but it soon ran into protests from nationalists who feared that
Malay or vernacular languages would be sidelined.
Joining the protests later were students, mainly those in vernacular
or rural schools who could not cope with lessons in English because of
A third group opposed it because they felt that it was a misguided
policy that would not have the desired impact.
It was one of those rare moments in Malaysia where the divide
transcended political and ethnic boundaries.
Malay and Chinese linguistic nationalists joined hands in a temporary
alliance, while politicians and activists of different persuasions
sang with one voice.
There was not a lot of public support for arguments about cultural
pride, but there was sympathy for the children.
There is also some truth in the complaints that the policy was badly
implemented. Many of the teachers were not up to the mark, and stories
abound of teachers using dictionaries in the classroom to translate as
they went along. Or primary pupils correcting their teachers.
According to education director-general Alimuddin Mohd Dom, only a
quarter of the teachers had adequate language skills.
The government is now under pressure to reinstate the policy in
secondary schools, or to allow urban schools to use English.
It has resisted such calls, but has instead promised to raise the
standard of English by flooding schools with another 14,000 teachers,
and to reintroduce English literature classes in primary schools. It
is now taught in secondary schools as an elective subject.
Prime Minister Najib Razak said the government was only changing methods.
'The government is aware how important it is for Malaysians to be
proficient in English for their own advantage and for the future of
the country,' he said.
But Malaysians remain sceptical. Dr Santhi Sivalingam Moorthy, 41,
told The Star newspaper that she might send her three children to
Despite assurances, the U-turn also sends out a different message -
something the language nationalists were quick to spot. Opposition
leader Anwar Ibrahim has seized the opportunity to slam the policy as
'treachery to the struggle to raise the dignity of the national
It was a well-intentioned policy, but in the end, it was doomed by
haphazard implementation, and may now set Malaysia well back.
It is a lesson learnt that a half-hearted policy can do more damage
than no policy at all.
Additional reporting by Hazlin Hassan
Posted by Chen Chow at 1:09 AM
Posted by Chen Chow at 12:50 AM
Are you good enough for Harvard or Yale? Many may not have the confidence, but of these, many will be surprised that they are actually well qualified.
So come hear out these outstanding Malaysians who have succesfully gained entry and graduated from these top universities. They will give you direct advice and information on the application process to these US universities and liberal arts colleges.
Descartes Education Centre are holding a FREE education talk featuring former and current students from Ivy League universities in US, such as Harvard, Dartmouth, Yale and Cornell, as well as other top liberal arts colleges such as Swarthmore, Middlebury, Bates and Colby. Who knows, you would soon be on your way to a top quality education in these schools.
So come along and join us at our talk:
Title : Top Universities in the US – The Gateway to a Bright Future
Date : 25th July 2009 (Saturday)
Time : 11am-4pm
Venue : Auditorium 4, Sunway University College
Areas covered during the talk:
- Current and former top US university students sharing their personal insights and experiences
- Thorough explanation of the US University system
- Information about liberal arts education and its advantages
- How to select the right university or college
- How to apply and secure yourself a place in top US schools
- Some tricks to secure a US financial aid, unusual perks and opportunities ie. foreign study programmes, self-designed curriculums, freedom to explore personal academic interests, etc.
- Interactive session for students to mingle and ask questions to panelists
- Student life and culture in the US
For more information, please contact Ms Ally Pua @ email@example.com or 016-2208867
There is also another US application workshops (3-day workshop) on 1st, 2nd and 15th August. Do check out details at http://usapps2009.blogspot.com
Posted by Chen Chow at 12:40 AM
Monday, July 13, 2009
Thursday, July 09, 2009
The Malaysian Youth Climate Justice Network (myCJN) is organizing a series of discussion-centered forums on the issue of Climate Change.
As young people, climate change is one of the biggest issues of our generation; we will be the ones bearing the brupt of the impacts because of today's actions. Considering this, what are young people in Malaysia doing about this - what can we do and how can we do it?
MyCJN hopes that the COCs will be a platform for young Malaysians to share their views and challenge their understanding of climate change in order to think of realistic and possible solutions. Here, we invite young Malaysians to enter an open, earnest and ultimately hopeful discussion of the "what's going on, how am I interconnected with it and what I can do" to work towards a reality that reflects the hopes of a better, collective future.
This Saturday 11th July is "Business in a Climate Changed World". We will be talking about the market shifts we are seeing as a result, directly and indirectly, caused climate change; how this will influence our future career opportunities, business strategies, economic model; possibilities as youth to help determine what this future will look like and much more.
More details can be found at http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/event.php?eid=97572974482
Future topics include:
Saturday, 18th July "Food Security for Thought"
Saturday, 25th July "Alternative Energy"
Saturday, 1st August "Green Tech for a Better Future?"
Saturday, 8th August "Inspirations From Youth Around the World"
Time: 2 - 4pm
Venue: Ukuya, 9 Jln Terasek 1, Bangsar
Free and open to all young Malaysians! Please visit our facebook page to register.
Contact Emily Chan 012 672 1796/ emchanly AT gmail DOT com for more info.
Posted by Chen Chow at 9:43 AM
Wednesday, July 08, 2009
Maths and Science will be taught in Malay Language and Mother Tongue up to Form 5.
Posted by Chen Chow at 2:45 PM
Date: 15th July 2009
Time: 7.30pm - 10.00pm
Venue: Just behind Jalan Duta Bus Terminal.
Direction:- From the roundabout at Jalan Duta, turn left at 2nd junction into Persiaran Duta (Same junction as Jalan Duta Bus Terminal). Go straight. Menara Integriti is on your right, about 500m from the junction.
Dr. Nikolai is the Senior Vice President and Head of Strategy & Head of New Businesses, responsible for strategy, business planning, product development and marketing, as well as building Maxis' new infotainment and broadband businesses. Nikolai joined Maxis in December 2004 to drive the development of Maxis 3G and broadband businesses.
Before joining Maxis, Nikolai was 12 years with McKinsey & Company, where he was the Managing Partner of the Malaysian office since 2002. Nikolai came to Malaysia in November 1996, after having worked in the German, Italian and Indian offices of McKinsey.
Nikolai has been involved extensively in telecommunications and high-tech work in Asia, including issues of telecommunications transformation, national technology strategy development and R&D commercialisation.
Nikolai holds a Ph.D. in Technology and Innovation Management from University of Kiel, Germany. He is also a Director of Scicom (MSC) Bhd, a Mesdaq-listed customer care operator.
Posted by Chen Chow at 12:31 AM
Tuesday, July 07, 2009
Malaysian Mensa Society, Penang Branch is organizing a Creativity Seminar/Workshop for Mensa and MINDS members and guests. You will have the opportunity to explore exciting new ideas in the world of creativity. Everyone, from the earliest caveman to the rocket scientists of today, needs to develop a more creative mind, both for their own benefit and the betterment of mankind. With various points of view from three speakers, you will have the opportunity to see different perspectives of creativity development from contemporary theory and hands-on workshops to Energy Psychology and the Tao of Creativity. This program consists of talks and fun workshop activities. It will be a weekend of fun and games for all. Title: Date: The fee consists of direct expenses only and there are no professional fees involved. A presentation of this nature would normally cost a few hundred Ringgit per attendee. Number of Participants: A maximum of 30 participants based on first come first serve basis, so make your reservation before July 17. Time: Venue: Open to: Prerequisite of Participant:
Mensa Creativity Seminar / Workshop
July 26, 2009 (Sunday)
RM35/participant inclusive of lunch and drinks.
RM40/participant without reservation.
9.30am to 5.30pm
Auditorium, Masyarakat Penyayang (Caring Complex, Penang)
Mensa members, MINDS members, and guests
Medium of seminar:
Proficiency in English
Dr. Terence Ooi, PhD: How to be creative? Learn the tools of creativity.
Nick Miller, MBA: What is creativity? See the world in a new perspective.PC Sim: Energy psychology and ancient Tao model of creativity.
Please confirm your reservation before 17 July, 2009 by contacting PC Sim(012-4052157) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Malaysian Mensa Society, Penang Branch is organizing a Creativity Seminar/Workshop for Mensa and MINDS members and guests.
You will have the opportunity to explore exciting new ideas in the world of creativity. Everyone, from the earliest caveman to the rocket scientists of today, needs to develop a more creative mind, both for their own benefit and the betterment of mankind. With various points of view from three speakers, you will have the opportunity to see different perspectives of creativity development from contemporary theory and hands-on workshops to Energy Psychology and the Tao of Creativity. This program consists of talks and fun workshop activities. It will be a weekend of fun and games for all.
The fee consists of direct expenses only and there are no professional fees involved. A presentation of this nature would normally cost a few hundred Ringgit per attendee.
Number of Participants: A maximum of 30 participants based on first come first serve basis, so make your reservation before July 17.
Prerequisite of Participant:
Posted by Chen Chow at 11:14 PM
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Posted by Chen Chow at 12:02 AM
Monday, July 06, 2009
Got this mail from Pradyot from Mensa India. If any of you are interested, do check out this site!
The plaza was started a few years ago and has so far been restricted in membership, primarily to Mensa India.
However, the plaza is now open to all mensans worldwide, and as a first step towards making the membership more global, I'd like to invite members of Mensa Malaysia to join. Membership is free and I believe that having a global membership base will benefit all members.
The plaza is at http://inmensa.suddenlaunch.com and registering takes less than a minute: http://inmensa.suddenlaunch.com/index.cgi?action=register
I request you to forward this to the Malaysia Mensans mailing group and should you have any questions/ clarifications, please feel free to get in touch with me. Thank you and I look forward to seeing members from Malaysia on the plaza soon!
A bit about me: I've been a Mensan since 2001 with Mensa India. I was the co-founder of Mensa India (Hyderabad) and the former secretary for Mensa India (Bangalore). The national secretary of Mensa India, Mr. Nirav Sanghavi, can vouch for my credentials, if required.
Posted by Chen Chow at 11:57 PM
Hi guys & gals,
LEA was on air @ BFM 89.9 (The Business Station) today.
We're running a contest on BFM and will be giving out 2 passes to our Entrepreneurship Workshop that will be happening on the 5th - 9th August
1. What does LEA stand for?
2. Who is the most inspiring entrepreneur to you and WHY?
*We're looking for the most creative & genuine answers.
Send your answers to email@example.com
SMS the answers to 0162019000 before Friday 10th
And listen to Toolkit 1pm on Friday 10th to see if you have won!
Posted by Chen Chow at 11:22 PM
ReDot Gallery was established by Giorgio Pilla who developed a passion for Aboriginal art and culture in his frequent visits to Australia over the last 15 years and who has been collecting Fine Aboriginal Art ever since.
ReDot Gallery is committed to promoting the work of indigenous artists, and creating opportunities for a wider understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal art and its culture. Furthermore, it is one of the aims of the gallery to explore the cultural diversity, which exists in Aboriginal art and to actively promote a range of work that displays this rich variety of cultural expression.
ReDot Gallery purchases the majority of its work in the primary art market - i.e. the first point of sale (the art centres and co-operatives established to nurture and develop the artistic expression of the varied Aboriginal communities). ALL of the works are 'ethically' sourced, with guaranteed provenance from the leading art centres. The work is selected directly by the gallery principal in his frequent visits to the communities in Australia.
ReDot Gallery works directly with Aboriginal communities in order to source the best quality of work from an aesthetical, stylistic and spiritual viewpoint.
ReDot Gallery offers a comprehensive service including fully documented submissions of works in stock and complete management of packing, freight and export arrangements, if necessary.
Every work is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by the Art Centre representing the artist.
Tuesday to Saturday 12pm till 7pm
Sunday/Monday/Public Holiday By Appointment.
2) Wild Geese - Ireland
3) Elijah Craig - America
4) Crown Royal - Canada
5) Nikka Taketsuru - Japan
Date: 30th July, Thursday
Singapore's programs. Help us spread the Cornell name throughout the community, and increase your own personal network by paying your dues. You can pay online at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a check made out to Cornell Club Singapore to Andrea Quach, 16 Stirling Road #17-18, Singapore, 148957
Posted by Chen Chow at 8:34 AM
Sunday, July 05, 2009
Received this email from Christine (Cartisans) on SAT Workshop that is conducted by her. If you are interested, do contact me, and I can link you with her for further information.
Hi Chen Chow,
We had some good results from our April workshop. Five of them took the May SAT and improved 342 points on average. The 13 students who took May, June or both improved 318 points on average. I thought it was fantastic considering that all the students were simultaneously preparing for AS exams or end-of-term exams. A few more are postponing till October because they couldn't juggle both, so I expect the final average improvement to be even better.
The information is as follows:
Dates: Saturdays, August 8, 15*, 22, 29
(*I know the 15th clashes with your follow-up workshop but we're planning to move it to a date that works for everyone because one of the students is not available that weekend)
Time: 8.30am - 5pm for August 8 & 29, 9am - 5pm for August 15 & 22
Venue: Sky Terrace, Mont Kiara Bayu, Jalan Kiara 2
There will also be two refresher workshops from 9am to noon on Saturdays, September 12 and 26 at either Mont Kiara Bayu or Cititel Mid-Valley (location to be confirmed).
We encourage students to sign up early for two reasons:
1) The book list will be released only upon full payment, and one of the books is cheapest on Amazon if they allow for one month shipping time (the book is not available locally).
2) The earlier preparation is started, the better the chance of improving the Critical Reading score, which is the main weakness of students in Malaysia. Upon confirmation of payment, work will be assigned for the entire duration before the workshop starts.
Interested students can either email or call me. Thanks and have fun with your workshop!
Posted by Chen Chow at 11:28 PM
Saturday, July 04, 2009
KNOWLEDGE ENRICHING WORKSHOPS AWAITING MALAYSIA ENTREPRENEURS.
In conjunction with the SME Solutions Expo that will take place from 9th to 11th July, 2009 (Thursday-Saturday) at Mid Valley Exhibition Centre (MVEC), the MCA ICT Resource Centre (MIRC) took this golden opportunity to held the MIRC eSME Week Complimentary Workshops. There will be 3 workshops that will take place from 13th to 15th July, 2009 (Monday-Wednesday) at Level 12, Wisma MCA, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.
The main objective of these three knowledge enriching workshops are to help fellow entrepreneurs in nurturing and expanding their business ideas. To kick start the week, a one-to one consultation workshop will take place on the 13th July (Monday), focusing on helping fellow entrepreneurs to start their online businesses. Among the consultants that will involve for this workshop are the experts from Neowave, iPay88, Google and BrandLaureate (invited speaker). This by appointment only workshop will start from 2 pm until 5 pm.
Following the one-to-one consultation, a "Practical Workshop on How to Start Your Online Business" will take place the next day. One of the interesting topics that will be presented is the "E-Commerce 101: How to Start Your Business Online? " where the critical aspects of online business will be put on close look. This workshop that will take place from 9 am to 5 pm on the 14th July (Tuesday) will also explore in depth important issues clouding online businesses such as the online gateway, fraud, branding and many more. A case study will be presented as well at the end of the program. This workshop is definitely something not to be missed!
Closing the week, the "Online Marketing – A Channel to Maximize Your Sales Workshop" will take place on 15th July, 2009 (Wednesday) from 9 am to 5 pm. In this workshop participants will learn more about the new rules of marketing, Google AdWords and online branding. Besides that, participants will also learn on how to maximize their sales through free online marketing tools such as Twitter, FaceBook and corporate blogs.
These workshops are FREE OF CHARGE and LIMITED TO 50 PARTICIPANTS ONLY! For more information and registration, please call 03 - 2161 1618 or email email@example.com
.::9TH – 11TH JULY 2009::.
SME SOLUTIONS EXPO
Venue: Mid Valley Exhibition Center, KL
Time: 9 am - 5 pm
.::13TH JULY 2009::.
ONE-TO-ONE CONSULTATION WORKSHOP: HOW TO START YOUR ONLINE BUSINESS
Time: 2pm – 5pm (By Appointment)
Venue: Level 12, Wisma MCA, Jln Ampang, KL
• Neowave – Online Shopping Cart Solution
• iPay88 – Online Payment Solution
• Google – Google Adwords
• BrandLaureate (invited) – Online Branding
.::14TH – 15TH JULY 2009::.
MIRC E-SME WEEK WORKSHOP
Time: 9.30am – 5pm
Venue: Level 12, Wisma MCA, Jln Ampang, KL
**Practical Workshop on How to Start Your Online Business Agenda**
10.00am E-Commerce 101: How to Start Your Business Online?
• What are the aspects to look into to start up an online business?
• Shopping cart solutions available in the market
11.30am Latest Technologies For Online Business Owner
01.00pm - Break –
02.00pm Online Payment
• General features of online gateway
• Fraud issues
• How to prevent fraud problems?
03.00pm eBay – Another option to sell online
• An effective platform to sell
• How to start selling in eBay?
04.00pm How to Brand Your Business
• Brand enhancement
• Customer service & Analysis report
• Case studies
05.00pm End of Program
*The itinerary above is tentative and subject to change.
**Online Marketing – A Channel to Maximize Your Sales Agenda**
10.00am New Rules of Marketing
• How to reach your buyers directly?
• How to drive traffic to your website?
• How to compete more effectively?
11.30am Google Adwords
• How to advertise online effectively?
• Advertising impact to your online business
01.00pm - Break –
02.00pm Online Branding
• How to enhance your brand with online tools?
• Best practices
03.30pm How to Maximize Your Sales with Online Marketing Tools?
• Facebook Marketing
• Twitter Marketing
• Blogging for Business
05.00pm End of Program
*The itinerary above is tentative and subject to change.
.:: FOR MORE INFORMATION::.
Office: 03 - 2161 1618
Posted by Chen Chow at 7:44 AM
Friday, July 03, 2009
Calling all Jit Sin Alumni,
Posted by Chen Chow at 7:29 AM
Gotten this from Michael Teoh from Youth Entrepreneurs Malaysia
Hey Aspiring Youth Entrepreneurs!
We have a jam-packed week of entrepreneurial activities for you all, sourced by all our partners nationwide.
Check out the events below.
TieCon Asia Pacific.
Business Matching, funding and ideas pitching.
2nd – 5th July 2009
UnReason @ Ureka
Crowd sourced funding and iniative of 100 simple ideas that will change Malaysia
3rd-5th July 2009
CEO Live @ Studio V inconjunction with Trade and Career Fair
6th and 7th July 2009
MVCA – TiE Elevator Pitch
3rd July 2009
An Entrepreneur's Quest - A forum for Women Entrepreneurs
8th July 2009
SME Solution Expo
9th to 11 July 2009
Hope you can visit one of these event and visit UnReason to support one of the 100 projects that will change Malaysia. http://www.facebook.com/l/;http://www.unreason.my
Credit to: Malaysia Entrepreneurs - http://www.facebook.com/l/;entrepreneurs.my for the infoes above.
Posted by Chen Chow at 7:12 AM