Rabu, 27 Januari 2010

Syukur Alhamdulillah

Syukur aku mendapat berita gembira yang aku akan jadi BAPAK. Rasa mcm nak menangis je bila tgk gambar scan anak aku semalam.Walaupun nampak bulat je tp dh cukup menggambarkan rasa kesyukurun yg amat sgt..hehe..rezeki yang xternilai bagi ku..Ape2pun kita mesti bersyukur pada Allah..Bersyukur adalah satu asas di mana kita akan rasa puas bila kita dapat situasi itu tanpa sebarang rungutan. Dengan keadaan kewangan ku yang agak terbatas namun aku akan hadapi jugak kehidupan baharu ku sebagai seorang bapak..Ingatlah wahai kawan2 bahawa anak adalah satu aset kita yang sgt berharga di mana klu kita betul mendidik mereka maka ia akan mendatangkan pulangan yang lumayan di suatu masa nnti..jgn sesekali mengangap anak itu satu yang menyusahkan. Didiklah mereka dengan penuh kasih sayang kerana bila kita tua nnti kita akan mengharap kasih sayang mereka pula. Tempuhlah cabaran mendidik anak yang mendatang ini penuh dengan kesabaran. Apa2pun bagi aku didikan agama yang betul boleh mematahkan gejala sosial yang semakin menjadi2 sekarg ini..

ANAK ANUGERAH TUHAN

Rabu, 20 Januari 2010

perpisahan satu kepastian

Dalam kesibukan UiTMJB merekrut staf baru ada sorg staf akan meninggalkan kampus..Semalam 19/1/10 merupakan hari terakhir buat Bob juruteknik awam UiTM JB berada di kampus ini. beliau merupakan seorg yang mudah didekati dan seorg yg agak giler2 jugak.hehe..selamat maju jaya diucapkan. semoga lebih success di tempat baru dan yang lebih penting semoga cepat dapat jodoh..hehe

Sebenarnye aku pernah melalui perkara seperti bob.seperti yang aku ceritakan sebelum ini pengalaman meninggalkan tempat yang kita sudah selesa memang menyedihkan..melihat bob tadi aku juga agak sedih..memang sedih..xpernah aku tgk seorg lelaki menangis teresak2 dari awal sampai abis majlis.tp itulah hakikatnya bila kita sayang untuk meninggaklan tempat kerja, kawan2, staf2 lain. kita tidak boleh melawan perasaan..tp jgn biar perasaan melawan kita..
Akan adakah staf yang akan meninggalkan Kampus luar biasa ini?..sama-sama kita saksikan..

Khamis, 14 Januari 2010

Malaysia's 10 Richest

1. Robert Kuok

$5.6 billion

83. Married. 8 children.

Got start in 1949 trading rice, sugar and wheat flour. Today heads multinational Kuok Group. His Pacific Carriers Ltd. is a leading dry-bulk shipper in the Pacific basin; his Transmile Group, which transports freight by air, has landing rights in China and India. Also owns 10 Coca-Cola (nyse: KO - news - people ) bottling plants in China.

2 . Ananda Krishnan

$4.6 billion

68. Divorced. 3 children.

Former oil trader's holdings include Maxis Communications, Malaysia's largest cell phone service provider; now entering Indian cell phone market with acquisition of 74% stake in Aircel Ltd. for $1.1 billion. His Tanjong Plc.'s subsidiary, Powertek Berhad, paid $300 million for three Egyptian subsidiaries of energy giant EDF in March. Also controls racetrack betting and lottery systems in Malaysia.

3. Teh Hong Piow

$2.1 billion

76. Married. 4 children.

Former bank clerk used profits from real estate deal to open small bank 1966. Today Public Bank second-largest lender in Malaysia, with 12,800 employees and 251 branches. Public Bank's Islamic banking products and services gaining popularity among Malaysia's Muslims. Loves photography; avid reader.

4. Lee Shin Cheng

$2.05 billion

67. Married. 6 children.

Started out as field supervisor in plantation industry. Now heads IOI, with interests in palm oil, property development and hotels. Set up largest palm oil refinery in Europe, which recently started production. Company's stock up 70% in past year, driven by hype surrounding biofuel (gasoline or diesel mixed with palm oil to cut oil costs and pollution).

5. Quek Leng Chan

$2 billion

65. Married. 3 children.

Heads Hong Leong Group Malaysia, a conglomerate of 14 listed companies traded on various stock exchanges. Includes Asian financial services giant Guoco Group. His Hong Leong Bank has bid an estimated $460 million to buy Hong Kong's Asia Commercial Bank (other-otc: CBDP.PK - news - people ); one of two finalists. His Hong Leong Group is also in talks to sell its OYL Industries Bhd., which makes air conditioners.

6. Lim Goh Tong

$1.5 billion

88. Married. 6 children.

Former public works contractor turned his idea for hilltop resort on outskirts of Malaysia's capital city, Kuala Lumpur, into one of world's most successful casino resorts; his First World Hotel now has 5,675 rooms. Retired in late 2003, handed reins to son Lim Kok Thay (ranked number 10). Wrote autobiography titled My Story.

 7. Yeoh Tiong Lay

$1.1 billion

76. Married. 7 children.

Patriarch (otcbb: PRRH.OB - news - people ) of Yeoh family heads YTL Corp., one of Malaysia's largest conglomerates, with interests in construction, utilities, hotels, property development and technology. Son Francis YTL's managing director. Company hopes to benefit from $54 billion development plan recently unveiled by the government. Related Starhill REIT listed in December.

8. Tiong Hiew King

$1.05 billion

70. Married. 3 children.

His Rimbunan Hijau Group got its start in 1975 as a timber contractor. Operations now span Malaysia, New Zealand and Africa. Maintains that his logging operations benefit local communities. In recent years his publishing house, Ming Pao Enterprises, has introduced local editions of Chinese-language daily Ming Pao in cities like San Francisco, New York, Vancouver and Toronto.

9. Syed Mokhtar AlBukhary

$1 billion

54. Married. 5 children.

Started out in "bowl of Malaysia" as rice trader. Today controls Malaysia Mining Corporation (MMC), which just announced plans to up stake in power producer Malakoff in proposed $2.6 billion deal. Also controls container port Tanjung Pelepas and nearby Senai Airport and has stakes in an automaker and book retailer. Contributes to Islamic schools, mosques and arts.

10. Lim Kok Thay

$440 million

54. Married.

Became chairman of Genting Group when his father, Lim Goh Tong (number 6), retired in late 2003. Has been key driver of its Star Cruises, world's third-largest cruise line (which he also runs), as well as its casino projects outside Malaysia. Now trying to enter Macau and Singapore gaming markets; reportedly partnering with Universal in Singapore bid to gain edge over U.S. rivals. Listed Genting Group's international arm in Singapore in December.

Source: FORBES

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