Antara kerja-kerja yang pernah saya lakukan selepas berhijrah ke negeri Sabah termasuklah kerja-kerja dalam bidang pengiklanan dan pencetakkan. Kenangan menarik ketika melakukan “type-setting” buat kolej-kolej tempatan yang mana pelajar-pelajar mereka memerlukan kad matrikulasi. Kami diberikan senarai nama pelajar-pelajar yang panjang di awal semester dan perlu memasukkan di dalam kad yang akan dicetak oleh syarikat kami. Continue reading
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals or SPCA Kota Kinabalu is an non-profit NGO that strives to prevent animal abuse and to create awareness and bring about change to situations and practices in which cruelty, neglect, or unnecessary suffering exist. SPCA official website is www.spcakk.org, its blog is at http://spcakkadoption.blogspot.com/ and the Facebook adoption page is at http://www.facebook.com/pages/SPCA-Kota-Kinabalu-Adoption-Page/. SPCA has a home for cats and dogs located in Kg Lomuno, Kibabaig. Continue reading
PETALING JAYA: Touted as the world’s first rear mid-engine sports car with a folding metal roof, Ferrari’s stunning-looking 458 Spider is now available in Malaysia with a price tag that starts from RM2mil. Naza Group of Companies joint group executive chairman Datuk Wira SM Faisal Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin said the company was delighted to introduce the Spider as the latest addition to Naza Italia’s stable of sports cars:
“Through the last four years of representing the brand in Malaysia, we will not waiver in our pursuit to provide Ferrari enthusiasts with the best of what Ferrari has to offer.” Continue reading
KUALA LUMPUR: The recent conviction of former US President George W Bush and several members of his administration by the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal, while largely ignored by foreign media, drew a variety of reactions from bloggers and blog readers.
Bush and seven others – Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Alberto Gonzales, David Addington, William Haynes, Jay Bybee and John Yoo — were found guilty by the Tribunal on May 11 after four days of testimony over their conduct during American intervention in Afghanistan and Iraq. Continue reading
KUALA KANGSAR: Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced the promotion of over 24,000 teachers during a Teachers Day celebration here on Wednesday. The promotions involve 8,222 degree holders and 15,831 diploma holders and an allocation of RM934mil. Muhyiddin said about 390 teachers have been promoted to Grade DG54 while 676 to DG52. A total of 3,938 teachers will now be in DG48 and 19,805 in DG44. All promotions were time-based and also based on the excellent performances of the teachers. Continue reading