This is a investigative documentary from Japan on the fake eggs coming out of China. Recently these fakes eggs were reported to be sold in Malaysia, that is why I post this so we all can know more and be cautious when going to the market.
Shocking huh? They even know how to make grapes and pig’s intestines!
I saw this in the news today, from TheStar online:
A former nasyid group singer has crooned his way into the hearts of the Japanese with his debut album I Need You Baby, charting 30,000 mobile downloads among youths in the Land of the Rising Sun. The debut album of Muhammad Aizuddin Anwar – known among his Japanese fans as Aizdean – was also distributed in the United States and Europe via iTunes. The 27-year-old from Selayang is set to release another single with only the Japanese version of the song Show Me The Glory next month.
Wow.. not bad.. check out his video below.
A smart trickster switched the RM50 notes and claimed he got only RM1, so the cashier gave him another RM50. He even looked at the camera even before he did it. I’m guessing the car plate is a fake.
On another note, Malaysians are still bad in English…
Motorists fight in Malaysia after a minor accident. I suspect both don’t have any basics in martial arts but both of them avoided from getting run over by vehicles. Malaysia Boleh!
The cameraman just kept recording instead of helping, even when one driver told him to “tolong lah” (help), he replied “Lawan oh. Lawan” (it’s a fight).. duh. As if they can’t see what’s happening.
Yesterday the Selangor Police Chief told reporters some information regarding the death of Teoh Beng Hock, who was found dead on the 5th floor inside the Plaza Masalam building.
SHAH ALAM: Police have revealed that there was no closed-circuit television footage showing DAP political secretary Teoh Beng Hock leaving Plaza Masalam here where the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency office is located.
Selangor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar said there were, however, recordings of him entering the building last Wednesday afternoon.
Thank you Captain Obvious! I hope the police force didn’t spend 12 hours to study the CCTV and came up with these piece of investigate statement! Probably the police thought somehow Beng Hock entered the building by jumping off a helicopter and then left the building after he died.
A depressing but true article on the state of broadband speed in the country.
Malaysia, once thought of as the forerunner in the multimedia sector, now lags behind on every front in what is supposedly our future.
A DOZEN years ago, the International Advisory Panel of the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) held its inaugural meeting at the Gates Building at Stanford University in Palo Alto, the heart of the US Silicon Valley which was, and still is, the heart of the cyberworld.
Then Prime Minister Datuk Seri (now Tun) Dr Mahathir Mohamad chaired the meeting and the members of the panel represented the who’s who of the electronic world then.
So what happen to our country?
Too much red tape and unmatched skills are probably ruining it for the rest of us. My company has been applying for an SDSL line for almost a year now and we are still waiting for TMNet to get over their “technical glitch”.
Last week, a hot topic ensued in the media after it was revealed that a reality show from Denmark, Survivor Robinson Ekspeditionen which filmed their latest show in an island off Mersing, Johor subjected its 22 participants to run stark naked on the beach. Only 5 wore underwear, presumably they won immunity or some sort from earlier challenges. One female participant was sent home after refusing to participate in the humiliating scene.
An official at the Mersing District Council said it had only allowed the filming after telling the producers that they could not have naked scenes on the island as it might offend local residents. Well obviously the producers were hell-bent on defying that law, seeing that no enforcement were in place.
In fact, the producers got away with it because this only came to light when the show was aired in Denmark.
Anyway, I bet the island is uninhabited or else the villagers or local residents had a good “free show” and didn’t even complained. The following are the pictures of the participants running naked.
More pictures after the jump.
I’m sure you’ve heard about Earth Hour which is tonight (Malaysian time). Hopefully SESB don’t add the hour by cutting off the electric after the event.
Earth Hour in Malaysia is planned and run by WWF-Malaysia and its partners. We welcome all parties to participate in Earth Hour on the 28th of March 2009 by turning off your lights for one hour from 8.30pm-9.30pm. If you would like to sponsor or be more involved in Earth Hour, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call +603-7803 3772.
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