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THE MALAYSIAN DILEMMA

The tale goes like that;

Get Vietnamese workers, dogs missing.

Get Bangladeshi workers, Malay girls missing.

Get Indonesian workers, money missing.

Get Indian workers, jewellery missing.

Get Chinese workers, husbands missing.

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One Litre of Tears

This drama is based on the real-life struggles of a 15-year-old girl named Aya who suffered from an incurable disease, but lived life to the fullest until her death at 25. The script is based on the diary Aya kept writing until she could no longer hold a pen. The book that later followed entitled “One Litre of Tears” has sold over 1.1 million copies in Japan alone. Aya Kito proved her courage and positive attitude towards an uncertain future when suffering such an illness, spinocerebellar ataxia. Aya’s only wish was “to live”. By carefully depicting Aya’s earnest desire to live, and the love of her family, friends, and lover, the drama, “One Litre of Tears” wishes to deliver her simple but strong message: “Just being alive is such a lovely and wonderful thing.” cast: Erika Sawajiri – Aya Ikeuchi Hiroko Yakushimaru – Shioka Ikeuchi (Aya’s mother) Ryō Nishikido – Haruto Asō (Aya’s later love interest and her lover) Takanori Jinnai – Mizuo Ikeuchi (Aya’s father) Riko Narumi – Ako Ikeuchi (Aya’s little sister) Naohito Fujiki – Hiroshi Mizuno (Doctor) Saori Koide – Mari Sugiura (One of Aya’s best friend) Yuma Sanada – Hiroki Ikeuchi (Aya’s little brother) Ani Miyoshi – Rika Ikeuchi (Aya’s littlest sister) Kenichi Matsuyama – Yuji Kawamoto (Aya’s first love interest)

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SINGAPORE CABINET

PM Lee Hsien Loong
Cambridge University – First Class Honours (1974) Harvard University
– Masters (1980)

SM Goh Chok Tong
        > >University of Singapore – First Class Honours (1964) Williams
        > >College, USA – Masters (1967)
        > >
        > >MM Lee Kuan Yew
        > >Cambridge University – First Class Honours (1949)
        > >
        > >Minister for Law Prof. S Jayakumar
        > >University of Singapore – Bachelor of Law Honours (1963) Yale
        > >Univerity – Masters (1966)
        > >
        > >Minister for Home Affairs Wong Kan Seng
        > >University of Singapore – Bachelor of Arts & Business Admin
        (1977)
        > >London Business School – Masters
        >(1979)
        > >
        > >Minister for Foreign Affairs BG George Yeo
        > >Cambridge University – Double First Class Honours (1976) Harvard
        > >Business School – MBA w/Distinction (1985)
        > >
        > >Minister for Trade and Industry Lim Hng Kiang
        > >Cambridge University – First Class Honours w/ Distinction (1976)
        > >Harvard University – Masters (1986)
        > >
        > >Minister for Defence Teo Chee Hean
        > >University of Manchester – First Class Honours (1976) Imperial
        > >College, London – Masters w/ Distinction (1977)
        > >
        > >Minister for Education Tharman Shanmugaratnam
        > >London School of Economics – Bachelor of Arts Cambridge
        University –
        > >Masters Harvard University – Masters
        >
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        > >
        > >MALAYSIAN CABINET
        > >
        > >PM Abdullah bin Haji Ahmad
        >Badawi
        > >University of Malaya – Bachelor of Arts Honours: Islamic Studies
        > >(1964)
        > >
        > >Deputy PM Dato’ Sri Najib Razak
        > >University of Nottingham – Bachelor of Arts Honours (1974)
        > >
        > >Minister of Foregn Affairs Syed Hamid Albar
        > >(can someone tell me his univeristy?) – Bachelor of Arts
        > >
        > >Ministry of Works Dato’ Seri Samy Vellu
        > >(Education Unknown)
        > >
        > >Ministry of International Trade & Industry Rafidah binti Aziz
        > >Universiti Malaya – Bachelor of Arts Honours
        > >
        > >Minister of Agriculture Muhyiddin Yassin
        > >(Education Unknown)
        > >
        > >Ministry of Domestic Trade Shafie Apdal
        > >(Education Unknown)
        > >
        > >Minister of Education Hishammuddin Hussein
        > >(Education Unknown)
        > >
        > >Minister of Home Affairs Radzi bin Sheikh Ahmad
        > >(Education Unknown)

So this quality of people in the cabinet also reflects on the
progress, advancement, standard of living of the country. Stop envying
others when we have poor quality leaders running the country.

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       Looks like Roman Abramovich is very very angry with Chelsea’s performance. After several draws in premier league games, at last Jose Mourinho is not wanted anymore at Stamford Bridge…..(grin) cause i really hate Chelsea and JM(too arrogant). Now the team is under Avram Grant, he coaches the team without any coaching licence, sounds ridiculous….         

      After the takeover, Didier Drogba was red carded in one of the matches…..pity…..and John Terry had a fractured cheekbone……i think the dilemma will go on until the end of the season……so to Chelsea’s fans out there, why dun u support other team like Manchester United(1-0 disease team), Arsenal(young guns) or Liverpool(the rotation’s team)…….

         I am a Manchester United fan…..no doubt the team is having a 1-0 disease, i think they will be goin great guns after this as Carlos Tevez pairs Wayne Rooney…..i also started to admire Arsenal as this team top the league without Thierry Henry…..

         So i m waiting for MU-Gunners clash in the beginning of November…..

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