Monthly Archives: December 2007

Saying no to becoming a guarantor

When you agree to become a guarantor, you put yourself at considerable risk. Here is a news item that appears in The New Straits Times today (17 Dec 2007) that highlights the danger of standing as a guarantor. You can … Continue reading

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Burial plots as investments

There is a noteworthy item in The Star today about more young Malaysians buying burial plots and columbarium niches as a form of investment. What used to be a taboo subject is no longer off-limits in this modern age, especially … Continue reading

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Work On second Penang Bridge begins

PENANG, Dec 10 (Bernama) — Work on the construction of the RM3 billion Second Penang Bridge has begun with the completion of much of the preparatory work. The soil investigation work, which started in August, will be finished this month … Continue reading

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Administrators appointed for Nina Wang’s estate

A Hong Kong court has appointed administrators to manage the multi-billion-dollar estate of the late Hong Kong tycoon Nina Wang amid a legal tussle between a feng shui master and her family. The High Court granted an application made by … Continue reading

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When death strikes

I wouldn’t want to get into a theological discussion with anyone but I would say that death is just nature’s way of telling us that our time on this earth is up. Death can strike at the most unexpected moment. … Continue reading

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