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When I quit my dads’ company, I decided the only way to survive in this world is to start a business.

I analyzed the market, service is the best industry to capitalize on my personal knowledge & skills. I started my own web development company as I always like to fondle have always been in love with PHP & MySQL and many OpenSource projects. A few months ago, I have witnessed one of the greatest financial problem in my life.

Initially, I can say I started with zero money in my account. Like many, I started small. I employed myself, used a personal laptop and acquired softwares, (ehem.. original). I have very little knowledge on marketing and sh*t. I threw my savings getting the ‘right people’ to consult. It turned out to be fraud, or rather, “i know this sh*t!”. Oh man, what a waste. Nonetheless, my business grew, slowly. Nevertheless, I thought this is how a business starts, negative.

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Malaysia Bodoh!

Malaysia Boleh Bodoh! You probably think I’m being silly, well maybe I am. But that’s the way I see it and by Malaysia, I meant the leaders. Read the article below.


This is the way Michael Backman (an Australian Business Journalist) perceived our country. To me, he’s stating the obvious. Shame? Yeah, shame on you and me.

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Sailing School For Malaysia

I am utterly upset with Pak Lahs’ decision to build a sailing school. In his recent comment, he told The Star newspaper,

the proposed school would be of international standard and would churn out professional sailors

Halo boss, there’s a lot of things you can do for Terengganu with that money. You probably think that this is something like F1. And by building a sailing school, you think you can help the locals. Well you’re wrong! You’ll only introduce inflations!

Are you ignoring the locals’ needs? or desperate to find a parking space for your USD8mil yacht? I wonder who will get the project, since its under “transportation”.

Pak Lah, why do you keep on spending our precious tax money vulgarly. I know we need to win back foreign investors, but this is not the only way. Pak Lah… oh sorry, you’re still sleeping.