Check out this interesting picture – A road sign found in Darwin. Look carefully at the road side… Do you think you would really do that if you were a hiker or biker?
It is now official, Google has stopped censorship in China.
Whilst Google had complained about a “sophisticated cyber attack originating from China” in January this year, China accused Google of violating a “written promise” it made when entering the market to abide by laws requiring it to filter its search service.
In the interim, Google’s chief legal officer, David Drummond, said that Chinese users will be forwarded to “uncensored search” from Google.com.hk, as a sensible solution to the challenges they have faced. It’s entirely legal and will meaningfully increase access to information for people in China.
A friend of mine has just started up a new company, with business focus on event management. If you are looking out for someone to help you organise corporate events, wedding, parties, etc. Look no further than L.A.P. Productions.
Debra Koh-Palmer has over 15 years of experience in the entertainment industry. Equipped with a professional level and expertise, rest assured that your event is well managed and catered to your needs.
I learnt something new today. Apart from the world’s richest man, Bill Gates, himself, there is also another person that we should get to know – Warren Buffett.
He is the world’s 2nd richest man and he shared pretty interesting philosophies that we should all try to know, understand and learn. Don’t always judge a book by its cover.
Last Friday afternoon, I was browsing through the news on Channel News Asia, one of them caught my eyes – Google to pull out from China operations next month on the 10th.
This report, as suggested, was revealed by a business partner of Google and not the Internet search engine giant itself. No official news us yet to be announced by google.
Nevertheless, it is imperative to see how such a massive business pullout will affect the business in china.
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The time has come again for taxman to send out tax notices to all Singaporeans. The dateline is April 15th, 2010. If you are unable to file it by the deadline, you can request for an extension up to April 18th.
Anyway, you still have to do it, might as well get it done and over with it. Nevertheless, there are tax reliefs, which everyone should try to understand how to fully utilise them. Don’t always assume whatever government noted on the paper is exactly going to be the case. So, make sure and make full use of them.
Yet again, whilst most of all thought that the hype about Jack Neo’s affair with Wendy Chong would have died down after he gave a press conference last week; instead, Foyce Le Xuan stepped up the gear by giving her own account of an experience with Jack. What makes matter worse was that she filed a police report this morning at the Tampines Neighbourhood Police Post.
Using the evidence of the short messages services (SMS) in the mobile phone, she accused Jack Neo of sexual harassment. On top of that, she requested police for further protection as it was reported that a male caller has been sending her threatening messages, telling her to keep quiet. In another news report, there seem to be more than one man who made threatening messages.
It also through the police report that Foyce’s real name is also Lim Hui Hui.