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.... yupz ..... all Malaysian Airlines stewardesses should wear the burkha to prevent passengers from having wild licentious ideas ...... sometimes their baju kebaya is so tight that I cannot breathe properly ..... :-[

News, Current Affairs Discussions / Don't Jelly Jay Park
« on: Yesterday at 02:21:44 pm »


He committed almost all of his offences at The Paragon and The Cathay shopping malls.

So these are the latest places for si chow ah quas to holoq-holoq izzziiiit?  :o


luckily he didn't catch herpes from the girl ..... so the girl was sexually promiscuous in the first place and got herpes from one of her many partners .....

he should have checked her NRIC first to ensure that she was of age before doing hei-sho hei-sho larrrr .... WLE .......


woahhh .... :o  where is his stall? .... I will ask all my teksi brothers to boycott his stall !

to show his sincerity, he must give free CKT to all teksi drivers for 1 year !  KNN ..... so proud for what?  only selling CKT .... no different from driving teksi .....


.... by giving him one-on-one tutorial ....

New found knowledge and technique helps save his relationship ....


@kyith has written much about financial independence .... whichever way you adopt,  the key is discipline and focus .....

for me, it is all about being consistent and sticking with a plan regardless of your strategy and reviewing/validating them to make sure that it is aligned to your goals and end-point.

All About Love / Funny Cartoon on EDMW
« on: December 04, 2017, 11:53:34 am »

Hope it is not one of my EDMW brothers  :-[


POLICE reports have been filed by angry investors who fear they have lost millions of dollars invested in a local fintech currency trading firm that built a high profile by painting its name on aircraft, and wooing potential clients at Davos.

SixCapital, or SixCap as the firm is called, promised returns as high as 18 per cent a year but stopped making payouts around June. Investors also had difficulties accessing their performance reports.

Around 1,000 investors and employees put millions of dollars into the self-described fintech firm that uses "big data and powerful analytics" to make currency trades

The firm, which has an office on the ground floor of SGX Centre 1 in Shenton Way, appears to have hit trouble early this year.

It emailed clients on June 8, saying that OCBC Bank told it in May that its banking accounts could no longer be supported.

SixCap said it had been trying to open accounts with other banks since May 25, but "the KYC (Know-Your-Customer) processes these days are more stringent and take longer than before".

The company was then hit by a surge of withdrawal requests.

More recently, in a letter to investors dated Nov 10, SixCap said it had discontinued its two products, Tagg and B'Data, which earn yields for investors through foreign exchange trading.

Investors were told they could expect their principal back "over a 24-month period beginning in the second half of February 2018".

The same letter detailed the abrupt resignation on Oct 9 of SixCap chief scientific officer Abdalla Kablan and 13 of his key IT staff.

SixCap had acquired Malta-based data analysis start-up Hippo Data, founded by Dr Kablan, earlier this year.

"By now, almost all the employees in Malta have resigned and left abruptly," wrote SixCap boss and sole owner Patrick Teng Chee Wai.

The exodus brought operations at SixCap's tech firms to a halt, impacting the group's "various Ricebowl business models", he said.

Ricebowl is a forex trading model offered by SixCap.

Mr Teng said: "Ricebowl is a system being developed and refined with the help of Dr Kablan and he has in fact written academic papers on this system which were shared with the Monetary Authority of Singapore about one to two years ago."

The Business Times told Mr Teng that it could not find these papers but he declined to share them, citing confidential content.

Dr Kablan said he could not comment and is seeking legal advice.

Mr Teng's son, Paul Teng, who was SixCap's chief investment officer, did not answer questions about Ricebowl.

He told The Business Times last Monday : "I can't comment because I've resigned since Nov 1. I'd rather not talk about it. Ricebowl was always looked after by my dad."

One of SixCap's presentation materials states that FX B Share, the predecessor of B'data, is governed by Singapore law and vetted by Rajah & Tann LLP.

Rajah & Tann senior partner David Yeow told The Business Times by email: "The reference to my firm in the attachment was made without prior notice or approval from my firm."

Investors in Tagg and B'Data are now asking how they can recover their money.

Some filed reports with the Police and the Commercial Affairs Department in November as they want an investigation into its transactions.

A Police spokesman told The Business Times:"It is inappropriate to comment on investigations, if any."
The Business Times visited SixCap's Shenton Way office before noon on Nov 24 but the lights were off and the door locked. A security guard said it had been closed since Nov 20.

SixCap's chief revenue officer, Jaslyn Tan, told The Business Times that Six Capital (FX Trading) had moved to Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3. She did not answer further queries.

The address she gave was for a serviced office space shared with about 20 other companies.

The Business Times visited the office last Tuesday and was told by a staffer that neither Mr Teng nor Ms Tan was present.

It marks a sharp turn of events for SixCap, which worked hard to raise its profile. The firm was a sponsor of some events hosted by the Wall Street Journal and CNBC, where Mr Teng would appear as a speaker.

In December last year, SixCap had its livery painted on an AirAsia jet to promote Tagg's launch in the Indonesian market.

And in January, Mr Teng and his son, Paul, went to Davos, Switzerland, to ink a memorandum of understanding with an Indonesian university (Universitas Gadjah Mada) on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum.

SixCap's most recent product is Thundr TV, a S$99 device or app that allows access to TV channels.
During Thundr's Singapore roadshow in July, Miss Universe Indonesia 2015, Anindya Putri, and Miss Universe Croatia 2015, Mirta Kustan, were featured as channel personalities.

For now, investors are split on what to do. Some believe SixCap will pay them back eventually, while others are not so sure.

A freelance consultant who wanted to be known only as Mr Rao sank S$20,000 in Tagg and S$80,000 in B'data. He joined a small gathering of investors on Nov 20 to discuss their next steps.

Mr Rao said: "A few retirees indicated that they had poured in significant retirement sums. One lady was the age of my mother. She said she was going to the temple to pray."

All About Love / Love Language - how ban mian seller got it all wrong
« on: December 03, 2017, 05:58:49 pm »

She still remembers the day her world turned upside down. It was Apr 1, 2012, and she was in the middle of cooking curry chicken when the phone rang. 

It was her husband, calling from Shanghai where he was based, asking her for a divorce.

“I was completely taken by shock, and my mind was a blank,” she recalled. “I asked him why, and he said that our personalities were not a good fit for each other.

“I felt so misunderstood and wronged,” she added. “For so many years, I had tried my best to be a good wife to him … taking care of him, looking after our daughter and loving him the best that I could.

“I loved him so much, and I felt that the past few years of my life was all for nothing.”

She later found out that he had found another partner and wanted nothing more to do with Mdm Leong and her daughter Ivory, who was then seven years old.

Obviously the hubby's love language is not what she thought it was ....

Spend time to understand your partners' love language and don't assume that what you give is what he wants ....

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