“Wife’s diary vs Husband’s diary”

Sent by Teoh in my email today : Wife’s diary vs Husband’s diary WIFE’s DIARY Sunday night – I thought he was acting weird.  We had made plans to meet at a cafe to have some coffee.  I was shopping with my friends all day long, so I thought he was upset at the fact … Continue reading

50 Years Dinner Tommorw Night

What? Again? hahaha! Well, this is the last one for this year I guess. Born in 1957, SDAR has come a long-long way since then, producing talented, dedicated and intelligent SDARians over the past decade. What makes the bond among us close would be a variant of other residential schools all over the country such … Continue reading

Limited Edition RAZR2

Its been quite a while since I dropped by Lowyat.net and suddenly today, there was 1 item that got my attention. Well ok, I have to admit that there was more than 1, but the item below sits #1 on my list. Most probably because I was using this fone just before I got my … Continue reading

Should we blame the system?

Tomorrow will be the 5th day of Syawal. Though I’m still in Tampin right now, I just confirmed an appointment for tomorrow in KLCC after lunch. After the long holiday and eating all the ‘sinful’ food (the ones with high cholesterol & ultra rich in sugar), I still can’t get over this 1 conversation that … Continue reading

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri

I just returned from the aidilfitri prayers. On behalf of the drnaz.net advisorial team, I’d like to wish all muslims Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfirti, Maaf Zahir & Batin.

Exploiting students’ potential

I’m sure Mrs Jessie Ching has made a major difference in the lives of her students & ex students. Based on the article below, she’s the type of person who knows how to do things differently and exploit the individual human potential. It was 3 years ago at a major academic event when I heard … Continue reading

A 2nd Chance @ Life

Sunday October 7, 2007 Organ transplants give many a second lease of life KUALA LUMPUR: Television celebrity Andrea De Cruz, former minister Tan Sri Sabaruddin Chik, student Muhd Fikri Norazmi and management consultant Lee Chen Hoe are people with different ages, interests and standing in life. But they all have one thing in common. They … Continue reading

SKALI to train fresh ICT grads

Attention all ICT grads who are still looking for a job ! Here’s a golden opportunity. Make sure you do not miss out on it .  The Star : Friday October 5, 2007 Skali to put unemployed ICT grads to work By STEVEN PATRICK KUALA LUMPUR: If you are an ICT (information and communications technology) … Continue reading

Not many Malaysian’s plan for retirement

This was the findings of a recent survey conducted by Prudential lately. In planning for retirement, 1 major aspect that needs to be looked into is your spending requirements or your expenses budget on a monthly basis. From there you have to add in inflation factors to compensate for additional future costs over the years. … Continue reading