Hari kecemrlangan taska

Zaman kanak-kanak adalah suatu masa yang indah dan penuh dengan nostalgia.

Majlis Hari Lahir di Saujana Utama

Mengambil gambar majlis hari lahir seorang kawan

Bolasepak

Perlawanan akhir Piala Malaysia di Stadium Nasional Bukit Jalil

BlackBerry

The company that invented the smartphone.

Buah-buahan

Makanan yang menyihatkan badan serta amast berkhasiat untuk anda.

Friday, October 20, 2017

Percutian di Bayview Hotel Melaka

Dalam perjalanan untuk bercuti di Melaka bersama anak-anak tersayang. Nasib baik bilik hotel sudah ditempah di Bayview Hotel Melaka. Sebelum plan nak tambah datu malam lagi penginapan, malangnya semua bilik dah penuh memandangkan musim cuti persekolahan dan Deepavali pada Rabu, semalam.

Diharapkan hotel yang ditempah nanti tidak mengecewakan.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Perlawanan persahabatan di Persada Plus

Bolasepak bagi sesetengah orang adalah salah satu platform untuk merapatkan hubungan dengan kawan-kawan lama serta menambah kawan-kawan baru.

Game berlangsung di Persada Plus pada 18 Oct 2016 bermula jam 5 petang. Kos bagi setiap pasukan adalah RM350. Permukaan padang agak bagus .

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Si comel bernama Stokin

Kucing ni memang jinak, setiap kali datang ke rumah kawan dia pasti datang menyapa aku.

Warnanya hampir sama dengan kucing aku benama KK. Sayangnya dia dah tiada selepas menghilangkan diri.

Maaf la ye semua gambar tak nampak wajah dia, pemalu sikit agaknya.

Friday, October 13, 2017

No big deal

No big deal for me to eat nasi lemak every morning. Such nice taste at Sayang Bonda Restaurant, somewhere in Selangor.

Cannot wait for tomorrow EPL game between Liverpool vs Manchester United. Fierce encounter between two EPL big team.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

MonSpace is not an investment company, says founder

KUALA LUMPUR: MonSpace (M) Sdn Bhd founder Jessy Lai has responded to claims that the organisation is involved in illegal investment schemes, saying that it is not an investment company.

"We are not an investment company. Rather, we are an e-commerce company, like Lazada or TaoBao.

"You can go to our webpage and purchase our products from there, which is our main business," she said in a press conference at a restaurant owned by MonSpace today.

According to Lai, her company also helps its members by providing funds for them to establish businesses, as well as properties from which to run them.

"For instance, we have land in Kelantan and we have utilised part of the land to start a chilli plantation. Since we have many plots, we divided some of the plots for the poor and unemployed to help them earn an income."

Lai also said claims that MonSpace had been blacklisted by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) are incorrect as the company was only listed on the central bank's "alert" list.

"We will not take any further action in regards to this matter until we are told to do so by our lawyers."

Lai was responding to allegations made by DAP lawmaker Lim Lip Eng. Lim, who is Segambut MP claimed that the company is involved in an illegal investment scheme, and demanded that it provide proof that it is running a legal business.

However, Lai's explanation appears at odds with the statement of one of the company's members, who said he had made an investment when he joined MonSpace.

Darren (not his real name) said he could get RM4,000-RM5,000 every month for eight months if he invested RM10,000 as the initial amount. This would give him a profit of about RM40,000.

Lai also denied allegations that former inspector-general (IGP) of police Musa Hassan is linked to MonSpace. She said Musa was only the president of MonSpace Net Inc, which has no direct links with MonSpace Corporation.

"The former IGP has no direct links with MonSpace. He is the president of MonSpace Net Inc, which is the listed company.

"In regards to all the MonSpace companies in Malaysia, he is not involved in any of these."

Earlier today, DAP member Ronnie Liu had demanded that Musa step down from his position in MonSpace as it could give a bad impression of the police force.

Yesterday, 19 Chinese nationals filed police reports against it for allegedly tricking them into investing in a money scheme guaranteeing huge returns which never came.

This came after news broke that MonSpace was listed in Bank Negara Malaysia's Financial Consumer Alert list.

BNM said the list consists of companies and websites which are neither authorised nor approved under the relevant laws and regulations administered by it.

There are currently 14 million users registered under MonSpace worldwide. By buying the company's products, users accumulate points which can then be exchanged for a gift.


Source: http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/05/23/monspace-is-not-an-investment-company-says-founder/