Probably his father is a Bon Jovi fan.
With the accelerating increase in the cost of living, it’s a wonder how one can continue to afford luxuries like the following.
As seen in Lintas, Kota Kinabalu, on 30th December 2013
Goirim Rampasan posted on Facebook, and tagged the District Education Officer, on 2nd January 2014 that a primary school in Tuaran district had distributed the following textbook to his child:
Jadda SGilong D’Kanju posted photos on Facebook that he took from Inobong Substation just after 12 am on 1st January 2014, showing Kota Kinabalu city amid some fireworks.
Fireworks can be seen from the direction of Sutera Harbour on the right, and what appears to be fire from an oil rig on the left
I started my postpaid Digi Broadband package sometime in late 2010. At first it’s OK-lah.
But in the past months I noticed that the speed has been getting worse and worse during peak hours, reminding me of my childhood turning these dished hand wheels after tapping rubber.
@DiGi_Telco, early mornings (like up to 10am) I can get up to 2Mbps, but come early evening it will be like this:
The following is a collection of posters for concerts which were scheduled to be held in Malaysia, but never happened due to one reason or another.
Comments / suggestions are very much welcome. The more high profile the artiste, the better – I strive to list artistes who have sold at least 10 million records.
Here are 2 top class songs that have been on youtube for years, but have received relatively very few views.
I discovered them quite by accident.
Malaysia’s Auditor-General Report 2012 (Laporan Ketua Audit Negara Negeri 2012).
Apparently only available in Malay at the moment.