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  1. Allow me to kickstart... vitamin c - 500mg chlorella - 1000mg chia seed - 10g cordycep - 250mg some fruits like banana and kiwi too
  2. so after all speculations the other time when he was doing his daily 1 minute video that he was gg to shift to sg, he is finally gg to do so! not so much of a shocker after all. SINGAPORE - Seven months after he visited Singapore, popular video blogger Nas Daily is moving to the island. In an Instagram post on Wednesday (March 20), his girlfriend Alyne Tamir announced that she and the blogger, whose real name is Mr Nuseir Yassin, will be moving to the Republic in the future. Their stay could be "two months or two years", she said. In her post, she said: "Singapore is the hub of Asia, and arguably a major hub of the world." It is why Mr Yassin is moving his company to the Republic, she added. The Nas Daily Company is currently based in the United States. Mr Yassin, a 27-year-old Palestinian-Israeli, was initially more coy about the move on his own social media platforms. On Wednesday, he posted an Instagram story featuring an article which highlighted the most expensive cities in the world for expatriates to live in, according to a survey released by the Economist Intelligence Unit. In his Instagram story, he wrote: "Most expensive city: Singapore! (See you next month)". In response to queries from The Straits Times over e-mail, Mr Yassin confirmed that he was moving to Singapore in April. He added that no arrangements have been made for his move, but the timing is to ensure "enough time to get the legalities out of the way". In an Instagram post on Wednesday afternoon, about 10 hours after his girlfriend's post, he said there are many reasons why he chose Singapore to call home, but it was mainly due to his belief that "this part of Asia might be the new America" and the "world's best place... to live and to build up the Nas Daily Media Company". There is no fixed timeframe for his stay, he added. The Harvard graduate, who has more than 12 million followers on his Facebook channel, travelled the world for three years, documenting his experiences in one-minute videos.
  3. used to drive a concerto (fuel injection), when i pump to the brim, it will give me 500over km. if i do some hard driving also got 400plus. Car was more than 15yrs old. i could do a century sprint in 10sec with a good launch in dry conditions. no fuel enhancer, just a good 100% synthetic oil and engine treatment. open pod stainless steel. straight through exhaust. spark enhancer. NOBODY believed me... (cars in the 90s had great improvments with juz an open pod and straight through exhaust, cant say the same for modern cars now) so i checked my car specs... oil tank was 50L... most model cars now are 40L? and my rims were 16inch 45s... but not sure if original was 14inch 65s... so maybe my tyres were to big hence the extra reading in my distance... hmmmm.. dont know leh... cause i had a friend who drove an EG 2-dr and he clocked 500km on his full tank too (note that i am NOT referring to highway figures) but he had 2 carbon seats, carbon doors, boot bonnet.. used 15inch 55s. hmmmmm........ is 500km really not possible on a full tank of petrol in petrol driven cars? i thought that the city n jazz DSI versions also were very furl efficent?
  4. As above. How long do you spend your time surfing MyCarForum everyday? Are you very obsessed with MCF and its contents? What have benefited you since you joined MCF? As in, 1. knowing more about cars and its technologies and trends, knowing more about your car, car maintainace, etc 2. know more about where to find good food and movies, etc 3. finding like minded people and make new friends 4. Know more about life and improving oneself etc...
  5. http://www.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.ph...414&DL=2642 Planning to buy this but afraid that parts and maintenance is high
  6. hi guys Market downturn. cost of living is going up. every dollar saved is a dollar earned. lol found a shop that sells a lot of stuff rather cheaply. everything is $1. even cheaper that the usual value dollar shop. Sedikit-sedikit lama-lama jadi bukit compared to NTUC or redmart really much cheaper. e.g coke per bottle is $1 vs $2.0 in RedMArt Tiger balm is $1 vs $3.50 in NTUC Digestive biscuit is $1 vs $2.95 in Red mart hopefully it will help some bros here. Address is in basement #B1-13 of JCube. good for those bros staying in the west. they also have another normal value dollar got more stuff. but not as worth as this one. cheers
  7. http://motoring.asiaone.com/Motoring/News/...130-324630.html 150 cars stolen daily in Malaysia By Austin Camoens PETALING JAYA - An average of 150 vehicles are stolen a day in the country, with Proton and Perodua models topping the list of 112,503 whisked away since 2010. Federal CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said the high number of thefts was due to the demand not only for new but also old vehicles, which are cannibalised for their parts. A total of 57,462 vehicle thefts were reported in 2010 while the number was 55,041 as of September 2011, he said. He added: "There is a big demand for the stolen vehicles at construction sites in remote areas. Some are used in robberies and other criminal activities while certain models are exported overseas. "We believe that vehicles like Toyota Hilux are stolen to feed the huge demand for four-wheel drives in the Middle East. We think that rebel forces use them to mount guns."
  8. Time to buy a car in Malaysia and pay VEP daily. Extracted from Limsimi - Nowadays, buying a car in Singapore seems to be an affair for the privileged upper class of citizens. And we are not taking about marquee brands like Posche and Ferrari. We are talking about Toyota Altis, Honda Civic and even Hyundai Avante. After all, the Certificate of Entitlement (COE) in Singapore has now reached a new frenzied height at a 10 year high. A piece of non-transferable COE paper (alone!) will now cost you: Small-Medium Car: S$47,604 (RM114,250) Large Car: S$62,502 (RM150,004) Crazy COE Price in Singapore As a result of this paper chase, the prices of the following models ballooned to a fashion which led aspiring car owners to chase the dust: Toyota Altis: S$100,333 (RM240,800) Honda Civic (1.8l): S$123,000 (RM295,200) Hyundai Avante: S$98,000 (RM235,200) At such prices, you can get a landed property in Johor Bahru instead if you forgo the drive. For Malaysian Work Permit Holders (non-PRs) working in Singapore and yet to own a car, it is now mathematically sound to buy a car in Malaysia and simply pay the VEP on a daily basis instead. Let's use the example of David Si Pei Heng who works in Singapore and because he is a non-Singaporean PR, can drive a Malaysia-Registered Car into Singapore. David can either choose to: 1. Buy a Honda Civic in Singapore (Total Cost: S$123,000) 2. Buy a Honda Civic in Malaysia and pay the daily VEP fees (Total Cost: RM120,000 (S$50,000) + VEP fees for 10 years (S$25 * 22 working days * 12 *10 = S$66,000) = S$116,000) This means that if David choose option 2 - over a 10 year period, he will: 1. Save S$7,000 compared against option 1 in terms of car purchase. 2. Pay lower car insurance. 3. Save on interest from car loan 4. Pay only a fixed cost of ERP at S$5.00 daily, even if he travel in/out of the CBD area like nobody's business. 5. Save on VEP for those days he is on MC or want to Chao Keng". 6. Save on Road Tax... [more] http://www.limsimi.com/leisure-entertainme...nd-johor-bahru/
  9. DM2 Kaki Bukit East Branch----- Subaru Legacy replacing steering wheel rack at DM2. Call us at 63416164 (Synergy@KB. 25 kaki bukit rd 4. #01-36) or our Woodlands branch at 63635112. DM2 Kaki Bukit East Branch----- Honda RN6 Engine on Castrol Edge Titanium at DM2. Call us at 63416164 (Synergy@KB. 25 kaki bukit rd 4. #01-36) or our Woodlands branch at 63635112. DM2 Kaki Bukit East Branch----- Honda Stream on Castrol Edge Titanium at DM2. Call us at 63416164 (Synergy@KB. 25 kaki bukit rd 4. #01-36) or our Woodlands branch at 63635112. DM2 Kaki Bukit East Branch-----Volvo S60 changing ignition coils at DM2. Call us at 63416164 (Synergy@KB. 25 kaki bukit rd 4. #01-36) or our Woodlands branch at 63635112. DM2 Kaki Bukit East Branch-----Mitsubishi EX Gt engine mounting replacement at DM2. (Synergy@KB 25 Kaki Bukit Rd 4 #01-36 Call us at 63416164 (Synergy@KB. 25 kaki bukit rd 4. #01-36) or our Woodlands branch at 63635112.
  10. Picnic06-Biante15

    150 Cars Stolen Daily in MY .....

    Right from the horses mouth ..... Yahoo news report : 150 cars stolen daily in Malaysia Petaling Jaya (The Star/ANN) - An average of 150 vehicles are stolen a day in Malaysia, with Proton and Perodua models topping the list of 112,503 whisked away since 2010. Federal CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said the high number of thefts was due to the demand not only for new but also old vehicles, which are cannibalised for their parts. A total of 57,462 vehicle thefts were reported in 2010 while the number was 55,041 as of September 2011, he said. He added: "There is a big demand for the stolen vehicles at construction sites in remote areas. Some are used in robberies and other criminal activities while certain models are exported overseas. "We believe that vehicles like Toyota Hilux are stolen to feed the huge demand for four-wheel drives in the Middle East. We think that rebel forces use them to mount guns." hmmmmmm.............. Hilux pickup ended up in Middle East as mobile gun ship ..... so most SG cars might be cannibalised for their parts ....
  11. Picanto

    11 malaysian bikers killed daily

    http://motoring.asiaone.com/Motoring/News/...902-369150.html
  12. http://www.tremeritus.com/2014/03/08/alternative-daily-news-72-sg-falls-by-13-in-retirement-index/ Alternative daily news (72) SG falls by 13 in retirement index March 8th, 2014 | Author: Contributions Sunday Times; 02 March 2014; Pg 37. I refer to the article “S’pore no longer one of best 30 places for retirees” (Straits Times, Mar 2). S’pore drops 13 places? It states that “it slides from 28th to 41st on index. Dropped to 125th for income equality? Singapore ranked a poor 125th spot for income equality, worse than the previous year’s 117th place” - More than 200,000 full-time, part-time and self-employed persons earn less than $1,000 a month. I estimate about 400,000 and 600,000 earn less than $1,200 and $1,500 respectively. Quality of life dropped to 75th? “Singapore’s quality of life index, which measures the level of happiness and fulfillment in society as well as environment factors, dropped to 75th place from 39th last year. Health index dropped to 59th? It also dipped in the health index, from 56th spot last year to 59th this year… high levels of out-of-pocket health expenditure” Highest share – private healthcare expenditure? - At about 67% – our private health expenditure is the highest among developed countries. Level of happiness? According to the Mercer’s 2012 Cost of Living Survey, Singapore is the 6th most expensive city out of 143 cities in the world – Singaporeans earn the lowest wages among the high-income countries – we also work the longest hours in world - Singapore has been ranked as having the 2nd highest work stress in Asia - among the the lowest fertility in the world – out of 224 countries- have been ranked the 2nd lowest libido as compared to over 40 countries. Surveys such as the Gallup rank Singaporeans as having the least positive emotions, most emotionless and least optimistic, – the Happy Planet Index ranks Singapore at 90th – most unhappy, and the World Happiness Report 2013 ranks singapore as the 126th (most unhappy) and 144th (most emotionless) - Singaporeans are second least likely to help a stranger, out of 135 countries. Leong Sze Hian Leong Sze Hian is the Past President of the Society of Financial Service Professionals, an alumnus of Harvard University, Wharton Fellow, SEACeM Fellow and an author of 4 books. He is frequently quoted in the media. He has also been invited to speak more than 100 times in 25 countries on 5 continents. He has served as Honorary Consul of Jamaica, Chairman of the Institute of Administrative Management, and founding advisor to the Financial Planning Associations of Brunei and Indonesia. He has 3 Masters, 2 Bachelors degrees and 13 professional qualifications. He blogs at www.leongszehian.com.
  13. I am not sure whether this 19 year old Malaysian motorcyclist drug smuggler is just suay or what. So many motorcyclist from Malaysia zooming into Singapore daily. Is he one of the small number of Malaysian drug smugglers (on motorcycles) caught? Worrying actually. http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/teena...rth-over-s87000 Teenager had drugs worth over S$87,000 SINGAPORE
  14. Dear all, Anybody know of good caterer that deliver lunch and/or dinner on daily basis ... at a reasonable rates and ok food? Please share.
  15. Im sure most if not many of us staying in HDB will encounter this before... Going up MSCP, in front is a souped up Japanese car.. (It could be a Integra, WRX ) With a big exhaust pipe, basically one can feel the vibrations caused by the "vroom, vroom" ... The worst thing is its lowered so go over hump have to do S curve, go up slope like tortoise.. This jams up like 5 or 6 cars behind going up to park too!!!.. If you are the driver of the teg or wrx, what will you do??
  16. Need help from Christian members over here. Can you plse advise or PM me where I can get the above? I am not a Christian but getting for someone based overseas. I have tried going to the church but was told that it is no longer distributed to that particular church and they are also not able to help me. Searching online only served fruitless as I hv never seen the hardcopy before. TIA
  17. I am still confused since the day the banks implemented this scheme. if balance is less than $500, there will be a charge of $2. How do banks define avg daily balance? using nov 2009 as example, is it (30 days of flutuating daily balance / 30 days) = avg daily balance? Can give some example?
  18. Quantum

    on morning and evening peak houes, very easy to see a lot of MPV/SUVs c/w only one driver on board, think this is a special Singapore scene
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  20. Fiat Croma! Looks like this i guess...
  21. Meetiakok got vacancy or not ??? http://straitstimes.asia1.com.sg/Singapore...ory_265633.html
  22. More than 5,000 foreign sex workers caught in S'pore SINGAPORE - THE Republic arrested more than 5,000 foreign prostitutes last year but it is unrealistic to expect vice to be eliminated, the Home Affairs Minister has told parliament. Wong Kan Seng was responding to a question from an MP about efforts to curb 'rampant gambling and prostitution' in Singapore's red-light Geylang district. 'The vice situation in Singapore is under control,' Mr Wong said in a written response released on Tuesday. He said police across the city-state last year conducted 950 vice-related operations, up from 890 the previous year. They arrested 5,400 foreign sex workers, a 25 percent increase over 2006, he said. Despite its reputation as a straight-laced society, prostitution is legal in Singapore, where licensed brothels operate in designated areas such as Geylang. Pimping and public solicitation are illegal. Foreign women working voluntarily in the sex trade cannot be arrested unless they are caught offering their services out in the street or violate immigration and other laws. Mr Wong, who is also a deputy prime minister, said installation of closed-circuit television cameras in Geylang has helped deter solicitation. (contradition right? if deter, how can arrest increase 25%. i think he sud learn to collect coins for toylet for a living and swap job with me) He said daily police operations to target gambling in the back alleys of Geylang led to 280 arrests last year and an improvement in the situation. 'Illegal gambling in Geylang is not rampant,' he said. (280 arrests is not considered rampant?tat's almost 1 a day dude) 'But I should add that it is not realistic to expect vice to be totally eliminated,' he said, particularly as the city-state seeks to promote tourism. (fwah.. backpedal. lidat means if he does nothing, no one can blame him also muahahaha) 'Among those who come, there will be a very small number who enter under the pretext of social visits but engage in vice activities. This is the reality which Singaporeans should face up to.' -- AFP - 950 raid = 2.6 raid daily. which mean each raid only get 5 chicken.... we need bigger prisons...i mean chicken coop.
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