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Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Looking forward to my coming holidays

Time really flies. After the Deepavali and Raya holidays I managed to pursue with lots of activities or rather a few house chores completed but there are a few more yet to be done. I am looking forward to our Seoul trip come this 18 Nov (just me and missus) and follow by the Hong Kong trip with the kids early December.

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What can I say life has been pretty good this year 2005 with lots of holidays spent with my loved ones? Maybe its true life begins after 40’s where one’s enjoying life more a little.


Blogger Lrong said...

I am a big fan of korean food... Have one extra dish of kimchi for me!!

3:55 PM  
Blogger thquah said...

ok my friend I will do that.

11:29 PM  
Blogger percolator said...

Why you holiday so much this year and me none? No fair wan!

2:49 PM  
Blogger lonelychinesegal said...

How nice is it to travel to exotic & cold countries with your loved ones ! I wanna travel to these places with my loved ones in the future too !

11:45 AM  
Blogger Lucia Lai said...

sorry to go OT but i don't see your email anywhere, so have to come here.

if you are interested, there will be a gathering for bloggers (and non bloggers this sunday). details at my blog:

12:29 AM  
Anonymous oversee said...


First of all, are we (the non-malays, that is) really to believe that the government will abolish or tone down the New Economic Policy in the near future? We must be realistic, if you have the right to buy a property at a discount and have scholarships for your children, would you let go of these rights?

With Chinese population dwindling in Malaysia, what needs to be done depends on the Chinese themselves.

There is nothing wrong with the brain drain. In fact, we should encourage our children to move to Singapore, Taiwan, China etc. if we disagree with Malaysian government policies that are based on race and religion.

When it comes to the matter of the dwindling number of Chinese Malaysians, we should talk about quality, not quantity.

We should resolve why the Chinese-Malaysian population is reducing. Official figures have more than one million Chinese Malaysians emigrating over the past 25 years. Why did they emigrate? I am sure the government knows.

Straight A students can't get scholarships or university places. Nothing new, it is been that way for the past 35 years. Nowadays, even enlightened malay Malaysians are speaking up on this injustice. The MCA and Gerakan? Busy making money from private colleges.

What is so great about having TAR College or Utar which took more than 35 years of begging? Why should it be so difficult to set up an independent university when we have scores of public ones?

While we push young talented people away, other countries notably Singapore, the US and Australia welcome them with open arms.

Is it logical that we drive away our young talented ones and then invite retired Mat Sallehs to live here and exploit our low-cost of living?

Singapore's success in particular owes much to these ex-Malaysians or their descendants including Hon Sui Sen, Goh Keng Swee, Goh Chok Tong, just to name a few.

About 30 percent of top management in both Singapore's government and corporate sector are ex-Malaysians. We export them so that Singapore can compete with, and then whack us.

Korea and Taiwan, both way behind us in the 70s and 80s are now way ahead. Thailand is breathing down our necks.

Sadly, there is just no integrity in the nation's leadership.


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