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post Jul 10 2012, 12:40 AM, updated 8y ago

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PUTRAJAYA: Tourism Minister Dr Ng Yen Yen today described Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng as “typical Lim Guan Eng” for raising the old issue about her Australian permanent residence.

“I see him for what he is. He doesn’t talk about his policies or future plans. He doesn’t talk about economy. He talks about 20 years ago and he insinuates things.

“He did not mention my name [in the debate] but he throws this suspicion and if I don’t clarify, people will still think I am holding permanent residence in Australia,” she told a press conference here today.

She was referring to the DAP secretary-general’s statement about “Australian PR” in the second debate between Lim and MCA president Dr Chua Soi Lek yesterday.

“Let us not go on speculating but I don’t want people to misunderstand. I took up permanent residence in the 1990s for my son’s education. I gave it up in 1995 which was 17 years ago,” she said, adding that she was satisfied that her son was now a successful lawyer.

She said yesterday’s debate was great showmanship on politics but lacked substance on Lim’s side on answering questions and taking up issues directly.

Commenting on the RM1.8 billion spent for the Tourism Ministry’s Facebook site raised by Lim, Dr said she called upon all social media practitioners to correct Lim on his total ignorance of Facebook.

“I have said that many times that the Facebook page is free and Guan Eng as a chief minister either has no idea what is Facebook, has never worked with Facebook or has never worked with professionals utilising Facebook or only checks on his on Facebook to talk on gossip and so on,” she added.

Ng said she had explained to the press and Parliament about the issue and that the ministrys spent the money for running six campaigns and bought advertisements on Google and Facebook and also to monitor the social web.

“We have 600,000 fans on the page and 75% are below 35 years old. Facebook is a new trend and for us to be in the new trend and new media, we must be in Facebook, ” she said.

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post Jul 10 2012, 12:43 AM

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HAHAHAHA kena korek FACT then butthurt. How Malaysian can she be if she applied for PR in another country?
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1.8mil to create 600k dupes
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I hope she loses in the coming GE.


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Siapa makan chili, dia yg rasa pedas!
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post Jul 10 2012, 12:47 AM

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instead of rage can her do something to boost the state economy?
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Dear Ng yen yen, give me 30k enough.. i got u 1million fans within a month..


out of 600k fans of Tourism Malaysia facebook page, how many are genuine fans wehhh ???
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post Jul 10 2012, 12:51 AM

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i dont understand by need to get PR in australia for son education?

to get lower tuition fee?
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post Jul 10 2012, 12:51 AM

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QUOTE(Break Prick @ Jul 10 2012, 12:48 AM)
Dear Ng yen yen, give me 30k enough.. i got u 1million fans within a month..
out of 600k fans of Tourism Malaysia facebook page, how many are genuine fans wehhh ???
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I am guessing none of them come from Raub.
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post Jul 10 2012, 01:04 AM

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QUOTE(Break Prick @ Jul 10 2012, 12:48 AM)
Dear Ng yen yen, give me 30k enough.. i got u 1million fans within a month..
out of 600k fans of Tourism Malaysia facebook page, how many are genuine fans wehhh ???
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http://www.buyilikes.com/

cheap only to buy like
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post Jul 10 2012, 01:05 AM

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Please. How many of them are true fans or just fell for the "like if you want to join this contest for freebies"?
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post Jul 10 2012, 01:06 AM

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Wakakaakakaka... She so butthurt.
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QUOTE(robertngo @ Jul 10 2012, 01:04 AM)
http://www.buyilikes.com/

cheap only to buy like
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that's why la... there are so many facebook buying fans out there, 1.8million can get u more fans than justin bieber sweat.gif
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I hope she loses in the coming GE.
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we will make sure she loses

bukit koman gold-cyanide is just too much for her fat stomach belly
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QUOTE(Flaming_lion @ Jul 10 2012, 01:06 AM)
Wakakaakakaka... She so butthurt.
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dont know why come out to admit the aussie PR, not like LGE specific said her name
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QUOTE(robertngo @ Jul 10 2012, 01:12 AM)
dont know why come out to admit the aussie PR, not like LGE specific said her name
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Bak kata pepatah, "Siapa makan cili, punggung dia rasa panas". Lulz...

Actually, can see throughout the debate, her face like so pissed mang! rclxms.gif
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QUOTE(squarepilot @ Jul 10 2012, 01:10 AM)
we will make sure she loses

bukit koman gold-cyanide is just too much for her fat stomach belly
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wait a minute, is that Raub mine own by australian company, the plot ticken
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QUOTE(robertngo @ Jul 10 2012, 01:15 AM)
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wait a minute, is that Raub mine own by australian company, the plot ticken
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own by aus company, but every cronies including yen yen and sultan also got shares inside
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post Jul 10 2012, 01:19 AM

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QUOTE(nearlee @ Jul 10 2012, 12:47 AM)
instead of rage can her do something to boost the state economy?
ptuihhhh
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How bout higher tourist receipt than south korea?
http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/ST.INT.RCPT.CD


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post Jul 10 2012, 01:22 AM

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QUOTE(joe_mamak @ Jul 10 2012, 12:46 AM)
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Who is her opponent?
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QUOTE(Polaris @ Jul 10 2012, 01:22 AM)
Who is her opponent?
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There was talk she wouldn't be contesting in Raub again. sweat.gif

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She retained her parliamentary seat in the 2008 general elections with a 2,752 majority against the Democratic Action Party's Abu Bakar Lebai Sudin.

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How dare DAP put a Malay candidate?! This is an outrage! DAP is a Chinese Chauvinist Party!
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QUOTE(Flaming_lion @ Jul 10 2012, 01:29 AM)
How dare DAP put a Malay candidate?! This is an outrage! DAP is a Chinese Chauvinist Party!
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That one Chinese. His real name is Lee Bai Soo. The din is just to throw people off. laugh.gif
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That one Chinese.  His real name is Lee Bai Soo.  The din is just to throw people off.   laugh.gif
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This is clear cut propaganda by DAP to mislead the public! whistling.gif

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Have she taken a look at those Facebook pages lately? The Cuti-Cuti Malaysia one alone is spammed with JURU URUT OKU messages and Indons saying Malingsia etc.
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QUOTE(Flaming_lion @ Jul 10 2012, 01:29 AM)
How dare DAP put a Malay candidate?! This is an outrage! DAP is a Chinese Chauvinist Party!
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" DAP is a party caught in a time capsule and for all its public utterances, it cannot by any stretch of the imagination be regarded as a multiracial party. The reality is that the role of top Malays in particular is purely intended to lend credence and legitimacy to its multiracial pretensions."

According to Tunku Abdul Aziz
http://www.nst.com.my/opinion/columnist/a-...litics-1.103748
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QUOTE(coolsarawak @ Jul 10 2012, 01:39 AM)
" DAP is a party caught in a time capsule and for all its public utterances, it cannot by any stretch of the imagination be regarded as a multiracial party. The reality is that the role of top Malays in particular is purely intended to lend credence and legitimacy to its multiracial pretensions."

According to Tunku Abdul Aziz
http://www.nst.com.my/opinion/columnist/a-...litics-1.103748
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He was given a job. He failed his job. End of story.

I don't see the purpose of blaming the problem instead of coming up with solutions.
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post Jul 10 2012, 01:45 AM

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why send son to Aus to study? cannot get place at public uni?
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why send son to Aus to study? cannot get place at public uni?
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She proud cuz no need study in Malaysia's high-class education system. whistling.gif
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He was given a job. He failed his job. End of story.

I don't see the purpose of blaming the problem instead of coming up with solutions.
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Imo the only thing he failed act is being a politician.
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Imo the only thing he failed act is being a politician.
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That's why he failed his job. Its like hiring a sales man as an accountant and an accountant as a salesman. It ain't gonna work.

Administrative jobs should solely be given to people with administration background, especially in politics, which will require administration skills plus being a politician. Simple.

Would you put a roti canai maker with zero administration background as UMNO chairman?

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QUOTE(coolsarawak @ Jul 10 2012, 01:39 AM)
" DAP is a party caught in a time capsule and for all its public utterances, it cannot by any stretch of the imagination be regarded as a multiracial party. The reality is that the role of top Malays in particular is purely intended to lend credence and legitimacy to its multiracial pretensions."

According to Tunku Abdul Aziz
http://www.nst.com.my/opinion/columnist/a-...litics-1.103748
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Indians and Singhs also can become top leaders of DAP.
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QUOTE(Flaming_lion @ Jul 10 2012, 01:56 AM)
That's why he failed his job. Its like hiring a sales man as an accountant and an accountant as a salesman. It ain't gonna work.

Administrative jobs should solely be given to people with administration background, especially in politics, which will require administration skills plus being a politician. Simple.

Would you put a roti canai maker with zero administration background as UMNO chairman?
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I would hire Tunku Aziz him to be PM.

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I would hire Tunku Aziz him to be PM.
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I wouldn't, because I know a government led by him wouldn't last for a long time unless, we have a 100% clean government which in my opinion is impossible.
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QUOTE(Flaming_lion @ Jul 10 2012, 02:13 AM)
I wouldn't, because I know a government led by him wouldn't last for a long time unless, we have a 100% clean government which in my opinion is impossible.
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Suddenly Tunku Aziz is like a hero and saviour to the country.
Before leaving DAP, he wasn't thought of so highly. laugh.gif
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I took up permanent residence in the 1990s for my son’s education. I gave it up in 1995 which was 17 years ago,” she said, adding that she was satisfied that her son was now a successful lawyer.
What has parent's PR status got to do with Australian Uni education? Is there a discount on school fees?
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QUOTE(Flaming_lion @ Jul 10 2012, 02:13 AM)
I wouldn't, because I know a government led by him wouldn't last for a long time unless, we have a 100% clean government which in my opinion is impossible.
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You dont need a 100%. Just need good ppl in the right positions like KSUs and Ministers.
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Suddenly Tunku Aziz is like a hero and saviour to the country.
Before leaving DAP, he wasn't thought of so highly.  laugh.gif
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His tenure with DAP was quite uneventful.

But before that.. phew..what a resume
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QUOTE(coolsarawak @ Jul 10 2012, 02:23 AM)
His tenure with DAP was quite uneventful.

But before that.. phew..what a resume
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No one from BN gave much of a shit about all that when he was in DAP. laugh.gif
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QUOTE(coolsarawak @ Jul 10 2012, 02:21 AM)
You dont need a 100%. Just need good ppl in the right positions like KSUs and Ministers.
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Cannot be.

BN keeps saying it is the best thing for Malaysia since sliced bread.
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QUOTE(joe_mamak @ Jul 10 2012, 02:19 AM)
Suddenly Tunku Aziz is like a hero and saviour to the country.
Before leaving DAP, he wasn't thought of so highly.  laugh.gif
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Nobody even gave him room in the media. When he's out, he's "the greatest man" ever. lulz...

QUOTE(coolsarawak @ Jul 10 2012, 02:21 AM)
You dont need a 100%. Just need good ppl in the right positions like KSUs and Ministers.
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Not really. If you can't play the game, you won't be successful at bringing the change. Knowing the game is one thing, but playing it is entirely.

QUOTE(joe_mamak @ Jul 10 2012, 02:25 AM)
Cannot be. 

BN keeps saying it is the best thing for Malaysia since sliced bread.
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Where got. BN is the greatest thing since cavemen discovered starting fire. whistling.gif
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QUOTE(Flaming_lion @ Jul 10 2012, 02:29 AM)
Nobody even gave him room in the media. When he's out, he's "the greatest man" ever. lulz...
Not really. If you can't play the game, you won't be successful at bringing the change. Knowing the game is one thing, but playing it is entirely.
Where got. BN is the greatest thing since cavemen discovered starting fire.  whistling.gif
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And now got fan bois too. laugh.gif
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QUOTE(joe_mamak @ Jul 10 2012, 02:30 AM)
And now got fan bois too.  laugh.gif
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Yes, and they call themselves "being objective". laugh.gif
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Yes, and they call themselves "being objective". laugh.gif
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No one from BN gave much of a shit about all that when he was in DAP.  laugh.gif
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Depends if being Group director of Sime Darby and advisor to Bank Negara is insignificant
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QUOTE(coolsarawak @ Jul 10 2012, 02:38 AM)
Depends if being Group director of Sime Darby and advisor to Bank Negara is insignificant
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Oh, you up to your old tricks again, eh? biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(Flaming_lion @ Jul 10 2012, 02:29 AM)
Nobody even gave him room in the media. When he's out, he's "the greatest man" ever. lulz...
Not really. If you can't play the game, you won't be successful at bringing the change. Knowing the game is one thing, but playing it is entirely.
Where got. BN is the greatest thing since cavemen discovered starting fire.  whistling.gif
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Game of politics is usually the roadblock to change. smile.gif

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Oh, you up to your old tricks again, eh? biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(Flaming_lion @ Jul 10 2012, 01:14 AM)
Bak kata pepatah, "Siapa makan cili, punggung dia rasa panas".
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Yup! It didn't occur to me that it was referring to her.
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i dont understand by need to get PR in australia for son education?

to get lower tuition fee?
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no. my mother and father both studied in Australia.

U take a PR, because you want to live longer there, like taking a pHD. it removes all the hasstle, and its legal

Like my maman she stayed in Aussie for 10 odd years to get her PHD and work abit. its better to take PR.

Also, for some silly reason, i became a CITIZEN OF AUSTRALIA because live in australia and i think cuz my parents are PR so i can become a citizen something like that. the problem is before 1988 i think.. obviously im not going to associate myself to such a shitty country.

But we all know malaysia politics is all about personal attacks.

NO ONE wants to talk about the usefulness of MRT, or the LRT, or how private and foreign investments will benefit malaysia. (although someone has to go around doing it).

everyone wants to talk about sex tapes, PR, how someone did X crime and jolok from the bontot.

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So she pointed out Facebook page is free. Where the 1.8 million went, then?
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QUOTE(YameteOniichan @ Jul 10 2012, 06:43 AM)
no. my mother and father both studied in Australia.

U take a PR, because you want to live longer there, like taking a pHD. it removes all the hasstle, and its legal

Like my maman she stayed in Aussie for 10 odd years to get her PHD and work abit. its better to take PR.

Also, for some silly reason, i became a CITIZEN OF AUSTRALIA because live in australia and i think cuz my parents are PR so i can become a citizen something like that. the problem is before 1988  i think.. obviously im not going to associate myself to such a shitty country.

But we all know malaysia politics is all about personal attacks.

NO ONE wants to talk about the usefulness of MRT, or the LRT, or how private and foreign investments will benefit malaysia. (although someone has to go around doing it).

everyone wants to talk about sex tapes, PR, how someone did X crime and jolok from the bontot.
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but her son is the one studying in australia not herself, why need to get PR for her son education?
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QUOTE(robertngo @ Jul 10 2012, 07:17 AM)
but her son is the one studying in australia not herself, why need to get PR for her son education?
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Just like im the PR when my mother is studying (who also have PR).

if your son has PR, and bring ur family, then your mother and daddy should also obtain PR. specially if its staying for a while.
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QUOTE(YameteOniichan @ Jul 10 2012, 08:03 AM)
Just like im the PR when my mother is studying (who also have PR).

if your son has PR, and bring ur family, then your mother and daddy should also obtain PR. specially if its staying for a while.
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but you follow your mother there, why does a grown man need their mother with then when they go oversea study?
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but you follow your mother there, why does a grown man need their mother with then when they go oversea study?
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uh. why not? =.=''

i love my mother. if i want to go work US or australia, i will DEFINITELY invite my parents.
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Ng Yen Yen, very unhappy with her vmad.gif Butthurt she take PR at Australia for her son, then why not give up Malaysian citizenship and stay there?

Money already invested and I still don't know what campaign is done for Malaysia this year. Visit Malaysia 2012, ada ke in pawagam Malaysia? Visit Taiwan advertisement I nampak lah, pulau kecik jauh nan nampak juga di depan mata.

Facebook, advertising can use up million or billions? Tak jadi promote Malaysia jua.

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QUOTE(YameteOniichan @ Jul 10 2012, 08:46 AM)
uh. why not? =.=''

i love my mother. if i want to go work US or australia, i will DEFINITELY invite my parents.
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i know so many people study in aus, none of their parent become PR for it.

and this case is a politician become PR of another country.
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QUOTE(robertngo @ Jul 10 2012, 01:12 AM)
dont know why come out to admit the aussie PR, not like LGE specific said her name
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this is not the 1st time ppl bring out the issue aredy lor..

last time she said if she PR then the education fee of her children get PR price and convenient for her to visit them.
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the point is, there is no disadvantage of being PR. PR is not citizenship. PR is like something between a citizen and only having a visa.
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Today's The Star already gearing up on the fallout from the debate. Half-page one-sided rebuttal analysis from MCA's point of view, another column about Ng Yen Yen's "anger", an obscure ex-PKR member is "vindicated" about Talam, Selangor told to release white paper on Talam, a column on how a DAP man got sacked for supporting the wrong guy and of course, a small but noticeable column about how LGE's former aide did not attend her school's dinner.

What was that about MCA saying you shouldn't drag unrelated people into the news?
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Today's The Star already gearing up on the fallout from the debate. Half-page one-sided rebuttal analysis from MCA's point of view, another column about Ng Yen Yen's "anger", an obscure ex-PKR member is "vindicated" about Talam, Selangor told to release white paper on Talam, a column on how a DAP man got sacked for supporting the wrong guy and of course, a small but noticeable column about how LGE's former aide did not attend her school's dinner.

What was that about MCA saying you shouldn't drag unrelated people into the news?
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but her son is the one studying in australia not herself, why need to get PR for her son education?
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If he is considered a dependent of his mother, in this case, the resident, his fees under the CSP (Commonwealth Supported Place) drop from an average of 3k per subject per sem, to about 900 dollars. That's 70 percent savings. As a student, he probably did not fit the requirement for a PR.

The application itself at the time I believe costed 1500 dollars (2nd charge only for dependents with less than functional English). Taking into mind that you need 4 subjects per sem to qualify as a full time student, that's a savings of 8400 dollars every 6 months.

Also as a resident after 2 years post grant, you qualify for Centrelink payments if you're in Uni. The government essentially supports your living costs. This is called "Youth Allowance" and locks in with another allowance called "AUSTUDY".
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Chronology:Ng Yen Yen

"Recommending someone who holds a PR in a foreign country for a senatorship brings disrepute to the Senate, and in this case, also to the Pahang exco and to the Legislative Assembly. I am shocked to learn about what was reported... I need to clarify this as my reputation is at stake." — Lim Ah Lek

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1947: Ng Yen Yen was born in Kampung Kubang Pasu, Kota Bharu in Kelantan.
Unknown: As a teenager, Ng Yen Yen had to give tuition to finance her Form 6 education at the Victoria Institution in Kuala Lumpur.

1972 (age 25): Ng Yen Yen obtained her medical degree (MBBS) from Universiti Malaya and was later also awarded a Diploma in Reproductive Medicine from the Johns Hopkins University, United States.

1990 (age 43): Ng Yen Yen was granted Australian permanent residence status from 1990 through 1995.[1]

1992, April (age 45): In Australia, Ng Yen Yen teamed up with Soh Chee Wen, General (Rtd) Mohamed Ngah Said, and two Australians to run a stock-broking business via New South Wales-based company, Indo Pacific Securities Limited until May 1995. She was a director of the company from April 1992 until she resigned in May 1995.

1993, August (age 46): Ng Yen Yen became a Senator in the Dewan Negara, after being recommended by the then MCA deputy president, Lim Ah Lek. Her senatorship was from the Pahang state government under MCA's quota.[2]

1995 (age 48): Ng Yen Yen revoked her permanent residency in her second year of senatorship, as she did not need to travel to Australia that frequently anymore. She had obtained the Australian PR status to facilitate her frequent traveling to Australia to look after her 3 sons who "were in their early formative years and studying there".

1999 (age 52): Ng Yen Yen was elected the Member of Parliament for Raub in Pahang in the general election.

2003 (age 56): Ng Yen Yen was appointed Deputy Culture, Arts and Tourism Minister.

2008 (age 61):
March 8: Ng Yen Yen retained her Raub parliamentary seat in the 2008 general elections with a 2,752 majority against the Democratic Action Party's Abu Bakar Lebai Sudin.[3]
March 18: Ng Yen Yen was appointed Minister of Women, Family and Community Developmment.
October 18: Ng Yen Yen was elected Vice-President of Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA).
Ng Yen Yen stepped down as Chief of the Women's wing of the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA).

2009 (age 62):
April 10: Ng Yen Yen was appointed Minister of Tourism in Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak's new cabinet.
September: Ng Yen Yen sparked an uproar in Southeast Asia, particularly among Singaporeans, for staking claims on food such as laksa, bak kut teh, Hainanese Chicken Rice, and chilli crab as uniquely Malaysian, even though historical evidences have traced the origins of the food to elsewhere or shared among the neighboring country.[4] When asked about the claim, she said: "We cannot continue to let other countries hijack our food. We have to lay claim to our food."[5] Several people are highly critical over her remarks and warned that lawsuits could surface.

2010 (age 63): The Tourism Ministry travel expenses was revealed to have balloon by 40% since 2008. Travel expenses were RM1.6 million in 2009 and RM1.7 million up to October 2010. Travel expenses included an RM793,000 3-day trip to Moscow, an RM90,000 3-day trip to Singapore and a 7-day RM431,000 trip to the Chelsea Flower Show.[6] This drew heavy criticism, with accusations of Ng Yen Yen being more of a tourist than the Minister of Tourism.

2011 (age 64):
March 17: Integrated Strategic Communications (ISC), the advertising agency behind the award-winning “Malaysia, Truly Asia” tourism campaign, withdrew its bid, after claiming that it was asked for bribes in exchange for the advertising and promotions deal worth RM381 million.[7] Ng Yen Yen had since sued its Chief Executive Officer, Austen Zecha.
June 14: Ng Yen Yen was embroiled in the Facebook controversy when her deputy, James Dawos Mamit, revealed in Parliament that RM1,758,432 was spent on developing 6 Facebook pages for Malaysia's tourism. He said that the 6 pages — Cuti-Cuti 1 Malaysia, Citrawarna 1Malaysia, Karnival Jualan Mega 1 Malaysia, Festival Pelancongan Seni Kontemporari 1 Malaysia, Kempen 1 Malaysia Bersih and Fabulous Food 1 Malaysia — cost RM293,072 each.[8]
June 17: Ng Yen Yen was confronted with a hostile Cabinet today when she tried to explain her ministry's controversial RM1.8 million outlay on 6 Facebook pages and was told by some colleagues not to waste their time.[8] rather than addressing the root cause of the allegations against her, the tourism minister had chosen to beat around the bush in defending herself. "She did not explain [the] cost, not the cost or bill. Only the importance of cyber advertising and other [nonsense]", said the source.[8]

2012 (age 65): Ng Yen Yen confirmed that she had applied to be an Australian permanent resident (PR) in the 1990s, while being a senator, saying she was "proud" that her son had been educated there.[9] She gave it up in 1995, after her son had completed his studies there.


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Did her son return to serve in Malaysia?~
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If he is considered a dependent of his mother, in this case, the resident, his fees under the CSP (Commonwealth Supported Place) drop from an average of 3k per subject per sem, to about 900 dollars. That's 70 percent savings. As a student, he probably did not fit the requirement for a PR.

The application itself at the time I believe costed 1500 dollars (2nd charge only for dependents with less than functional English). Taking into mind that you need 4 subjects per sem to qualify as a full time student, that's a savings of 8400 dollars every 6 months.

Also as a resident after 2 years post grant, you qualify for Centrelink payments if you're in Uni. The government essentially supports your living costs. This is called "Youth Allowance" and locks in with another allowance called "AUSTUDY".
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QUOTE(ray123 @ Jul 10 2012, 09:35 AM)
Did her son return to serve in Malaysia?~
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After eating so much Aussie taxpayer dollars I sure hope he didn't.

QUOTE(danabu @ Jul 10 2012, 09:38 AM)
Wah autralia so good. Even the person only as PR, the got so much benefit compare to malaysia, even if you are malaysian still............ doh.gif
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Well, our maximum taxation bracket is near 50 percent. So it goes both ways.
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why send son to Aus to study? cannot get place at public uni?
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She just wanted to give chance to other non bumi student to take the place. She is very kind. We must said thanks to her.
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After eating so much Aussie taxpayer dollars I sure hope he didn't.
Well, our maximum taxation bracket is near 50 percent. So it goes both ways.
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Average how much AusDol income per month you will fall in this 50% tax zone??
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Well, now we know.

It seems that in the event that Malaysia sink because they songlap too much, they have already prepared their escape hatches already...
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QUOTE(danabu @ Jul 10 2012, 09:43 AM)
Average how much AusDol income per month you will fall in this 50% tax zone??
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Not that hard to reach mang.

I just graduated 1.5 years ago and I'm already hitting 25 percent territory.
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QUOTE(robertngo @ Jul 10 2012, 12:40 AM)
Commenting on the RM1.8 billion spent for the Tourism Ministry’s Facebook site raised by Lim, Dr said she called upon all social media practitioners to correct Lim on his total ignorance of Facebook.

Ng said she had explained to the press and Parliament about the issue and that the ministrys spent the money for running six campaigns and bought advertisements on Google and Facebook and also to monitor the social web.

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social media people la the first one shoot her
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Not that hard to reach mang.

I just graduated 1.5 years ago and I'm already hitting 25 percent territory.
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(mind to share) how much monthly income is in 25% zone???

why don u come back?? Malaysia reduce brain drain also. smile.gif


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Obviously her son was one of those who was not part of the Chinese quota for local U. Butt hurt. And 1.8 million on facebook campaign?
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QUOTE(danabu @ Jul 10 2012, 09:57 AM)
(mind to share) how much monthly income is in 25% zone???

why don u come back?? Malaysia reduce brain drain also. smile.gif
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To balance out the Malaysian Chinese migrant population, the Australian government, headed by my shooting and drinking buddy Bob Katter gave me citizenship. And the rest is history.

I don't come back not because of the government or any PR/BN fanboism. I don't go back because the market is oversaturated with shit engineers so much so we're relegated to the position of "educated coolie".

You can roughly figure what I get from visiting the ATO website and looking up the taxation rates.
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QUOTE(YameteOniichan @ Jul 10 2012, 08:03 AM)
Just like im the PR when my mother is studying (who also have PR).

if your son has PR, and bring ur family, then your mother and daddy should also obtain PR. specially if its staying for a while.
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but you follow your mother there, why does a grown man need their mother with then when they go oversea study?
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got lots of other people studied overseas, some even sambung Masters and Phds, their mothers didnt followed and got PR pong... tongue.gif tongue.gif tongue.gif
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To balance out the Malaysian Chinese migrant population, the Australian government, headed by my shooting and drinking buddy Bob Katter gave me citizenship. And the rest is history. 

I don't come back not because of the government or any PR/BN fanboism. I don't go back because the market is oversaturated with shit engineers so much so we're relegated to the position of "educated coolie".

You can roughly figure what I get from visiting the ATO website and looking up the taxation rates.
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It is a great lost for malaysia as u gave up the citizenship as a malaysian. Wish u all the best there.
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QUOTE(danabu @ Jul 10 2012, 09:57 AM)
(mind to share) how much monthly income is in 25% zone???

why don u come back?? Malaysia reduce brain drain also. smile.gif
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maybe he's waiting for TalentCorp to call him back?? tongue.gif
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maybe he's waiting for TalentCorp to call him back?? tongue.gif
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He oredi gave up citizenship of malaysia. So TalentCorp will not call him back. It is a lost for malaysia.
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By the way, can you keep your PR if you don't have enough stay in Australia??

Example, this NYY's children are studying in Australia, and she may have a PR. But doesn't the PR require you to stay in Australia for some period of time, other cannot be renewed???
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QUOTE(danabu @ Jul 10 2012, 10:29 AM)
He oredi gave up citizenship of malaysia. So TalentCorp will not call him back. It is a lost for malaysia.
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He said acquire, no give up le ...

maybe he holds two ... icon_idea.gif
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QUOTE(empire23 @ Jul 10 2012, 09:30 AM)
If he is considered a dependent of his mother, in this case, the resident, his fees under the CSP (Commonwealth Supported Place) drop from an average of 3k per subject per sem, to about 900 dollars. That's 70 percent savings. As a student, he probably did not fit the requirement for a PR.

The application itself at the time I believe costed 1500 dollars (2nd charge only for dependents with less than functional English). Taking into mind that you need 4 subjects per sem to qualify as a full time student, that's a savings of 8400 dollars every 6 months.

Also as a resident after 2 years post grant, you qualify for Centrelink payments if you're in Uni. The government essentially supports your living costs. This is called "Youth Allowance" and locks in with another allowance called "AUSTUDY".
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so the plot is to game social welfare system in aus?
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I guess Muhyiddin will be raging hard now seeing that she just "promoted" overseas education.... compared to ours.....
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QUOTE(TSOM @ Jul 10 2012, 10:31 AM)
He said acquire, no give up le ...

maybe he holds two ...  icon_idea.gif
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As far as i know, if you are a got a citizenship of other country, your malaysian citizenship will be automatically gone. This is what i understand, please correct me if i am wrong.
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QUOTE(robertngo @ Jul 10 2012, 10:33 AM)
so the plot is to game social welfare system in aus?
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dun c wats wrong with it. its a smart move, and legal.
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QUOTE(danabu @ Jul 10 2012, 10:16 AM)
It is a great lost for malaysia as u gave up the citizenship as a malaysian. Wish u all the best there.
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Who said I gave anything up lol laugh.gif

QUOTE(TSOM @ Jul 10 2012, 10:30 AM)
By the way, can you keep your PR if you don't have enough stay in Australia??

Example, this NYY's children are studying in Australia, and she may have a PR. But doesn't the PR require you to stay in Australia for some period of time, other cannot be renewed???
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QUOTE(robertngo @ Jul 10 2012, 10:33 AM)
so the plot is to game social welfare system in aus?
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QUOTE(debbierowe @ Jul 10 2012, 10:36 AM)
dun c wats wrong with it. its a smart move, and legal.
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but she is a senator at the time
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His son lawyer. Lucky I'm not his son. How to face people. Malu
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QUOTE(robertngo @ Jul 10 2012, 11:51 AM)
but she is a senator at the time
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Nothing wrong with that.

16k a year savings on fees x 4 = 64k AUD

2 years of Centrelink at std payment rates = 20k AUD

84k AUD. You really wanna throw away that money instead of pay 1 or 2k for a PR application meh? Plus save 1.5k a year since you don't have to pay for OHSC or medical checkups, got Medicare. Also you get to apply via OP ranking for the courses you want.

I did the last sem of my Masters on CSP. I'm going for another degree on CSP money, I got a 28k AUD TAFE education paid as well. I get 5k worth of tool allowances. Free mining induction course. Medicare + PBS. First Home Owners Grant. Dan lain lain.

Bottom line is senator or not, it's all legal. People wouldn't call us asian if we didn't know how to wring every dime outta the system we pay taxes into.


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QUOTE(robertngo @ Jul 10 2012, 11:51 AM)
but she is a senator at the time
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senator's money is not money meh...
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Feel like want to migrate to aussie... But the tax... Fuhh.
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if that's the case, can an SG PR become a member in senate? i'm sure he/she will be called traitor straight away..
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QUOTE(kucinggemok @ Jul 11 2012, 02:12 PM)
Feel like want to migrate to aussie... But the tax... Fuhh.
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At least their government take care of you when you retired. brows.gif

I don't mind paying 40% for that.
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QUOTE(TSOM @ Jul 10 2012, 10:30 AM)
By the way, can you keep your PR if you don't have enough stay in Australia??

Example, this NYY's children are studying in Australia, and she may have a PR. But doesn't the PR require you to stay in Australia for some period of time, other cannot be renewed???
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that why she have monthly holiday over there .....
or investment migrate do not request min stay smile.gif
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QUOTE(AceKendy @ Jul 11 2012, 01:41 PM)
At least their government take care of you when you retired.  brows.gif

I don't mind paying 40% for that.
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1. High purchase power.
2. Everyone can afford own house.
3. Decent Salary scheme. (by age).
4. Medical. (for feel 100++ per year n it cover everything).
5. Children Education.
n a lot more
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inb4: aussie property bubble just burst
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QUOTE(katijar @ Jul 11 2012, 01:46 PM)
inb4: aussie property bubble just burst
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no worry, u can live in suburb with convenience public transport ..... no harm
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no worry, u can live in suburb with convenience public transport ..... no harm
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i own no aussie house. u are there now? enjoice.
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instead of rage can her do something to boost the state economy?
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QUOTE(katijar @ Jul 11 2012, 02:01 PM)
i own no aussie house. u are there now? enjoice.
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live there for around 7 year smile.gif but now in malaysia, due to old man still here smile.gif
back in those day, i can make 100+ daily after tax during school holiday (pick apple), house around 100k +- (suburb), subaru WRX only cost 40k++
Learn how to fly for aud 60 per hour.

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