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  1. Long story short, just graduated few months back.from TED automotive, Trying to apply for job as finances at home are tight.. currently working as a temp in the meantime to help with income, but it isnt enough to support.. No luck so far with regards to job applications.. Not sure what to expect or how long usually the job application process take as this is my first time applying for job No driving license yet but currently midway taking class 3, didn't take when i was studying in order to focus on studies.. Anyone working in the industry so far? Thanks in advance!
  2. Hi MCF members! SGX has an upcoming free admission event on Saturday 26 November, 10 AM - 1 PM SGX Market Outlook 2017: Finding Income and Managing Risk Forum More info: http://notice.shareinvestor.com/email/20161126_sgx/index.html This is an interesting event as the current financial market is highly volatile. Many of your may want to hear and learn the various ways to manage risk and earn a decent income from investment in 2017. Click here to register. First 100 to arrive early for registration with receive a mystery gift!
  3. Anyone knows where this old couple shift to? Been missing their pancake for a long long time... Cant remember the stall name also =(
  4. (one of the many parts of videos) Don't know whether this late's 40 driver drive fast to go lau sai or want to test power of his BMW. Cut here and there and brake for no reason. Anyway all his stunt which taken from my car video cam had send to TP for viewing.
  5. Helping my friend's mother to post. Yesterday at approx 10pm, she was driving her Toyota Vios around New World Centre, a Black Mitsubishi ram to the rear of the Vios, reverse then sped off. She only manage to catch a glimpse of the number plate but couldn't recall the front and rear alphabets. The number is 1292. The Vios is of a bad shape and need to be towed. Hope any of you kind hearted bros able to CSI the number out. Again thanks for the help.
  6. http://sg.news.yahoo.com/blogs/singaporesc...-032434824.html The People's Action Party (PAP) is starting its search for new candidates to be fielded at the next General Election due by 2016. "One clear lesson which we have picked up from this and previous GEs is that we have to deploy our candidates as early as possible, and in a more challenging environment even earlier than before," said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. One clear lesson... is that we have to deploy our candidates as early as possible, and in a more challenging environment even earlier than before PM Lee Speaking at a thank-you dinner on Friday for MPs who retired after the May GE, he added this would allow candidates time to get to know residents, learn the ropes, understand what being a PAP MP means and discover their strengths and weakness, reported The Straits Times. The PAP usually begins its search for about 20 new candidates a year or so after the last GE. PM Lee said the party is looking out for candidates who "fit the standard mould", people who "break the mould but make a special contribution to the team", and people with a "proven dedication and skills in working the ground and reaching out to residents". And while the new team might come from diverse backgrounds, the should be cohesive and work as a team, he said. "I urge Singaporeans who have the passion to serve Singapore, and believe they have a contribution to make, to come forward and join us." PM Lee also reminded current MPs that getting elected is "only the first step". New MPs will have to "cultivate the ground pick up from where their predecessors left off, build up the support and loyalty that comes only from hard work and patient service." They will also have to "work closely with the ministers in Parliament and outside to improve our policies, explain them to the public, to realise our goals for Singapore", he was quoted by the paper as saying. To meet the needs of a new electorate, they will need to consult and engage more to co-create solutions and build shared ownership, he added. Former PAP chairman Lim Boon Heng also noted the new phase of Singapore's politics with the PAP's unprecedented loss of six seats to the opposition. The PAP must be more closely knit, he stated. "Our future depends on how our party and the Workers Party perform. What posture will each take? Will we have constructive politics, or negative politics?" he asked. The paper quoted him as saying, "If negative politics prevail, and our younger leaders become reluctant to introduce right but unpopular policies, we will lose a strength of the past - that of being able to look long-term, to shape our future." A total of 22 PAP MPs, who retired at the recent polls, were honoured. They include Mrs Yu-Foo Yee Shoon and Professor Koo Tsai Kee. PM Lee also paid tribute to two PAP MPs, Dr Ong Chit Chung and Dr Balaji Sadasivan, who died during the previous electoral term, and thanked Hougang grassroots advisor Eric Low too, saying he had a difficult role in winning over residents in an opposition ward. [laugh]
  7. Guys, i searched the entire of ion orchard, wisma, taka today but couldnt find a suitable one. i need a glass bottle like the kind people put stars in but with a wider neck. any bros know where to find? a cork top would suffice. cheers
  8. Poortraveller

    Finding dealers in India

    anybody know if there is a indian office smiliar to our EDB singapore that i can approach them?
  9. I used to study at toh tuck that side so along jalan jurong kechil theres this bus stop beside the bukit timah cc. beside the bus stop theres this small coffeeshop at the corner with an open air HDB carpark. there used to be a chinese lady running a nasi lemak stall there! does anyone know where she is right now?? her stall moved off after i left the school too. this was 2yrs ago
  10. Picnic06-Biante15

    Finding on MSK to be Out on Monday.

    Just saw the news in CNA and the COE (commission of enquiries) results on Mas Selamat Kasturi will be out on Monday during the parliament sitting. It will be announce by our PM on the outcome.
  11. Sorrow

    Help on finding words

    Hi all, i duno if it might sound complicated but i intend to use words taken at various locations to form a sentence if those who watched channel 8 serial, they might know (in which the guy actually went to various locations to took photos of the wordings and used it to form a wording) Example of such wordings would be the fish & co beside Park Mall. There's a big word,"Love" outside. i need something like that. i would need to form the sentence "hope you will be mine" or something similar, "Hope u will b my" etc... hope those who might be working around town could help to see if there's any such wordings. if the word is incomplete, say "mile", its ok, let me know, i'll go and take it in a way tat oni "mi" will be pictured, and will need to find the remaining two letters "ne" elsewhr. Hope i dun sound too complicated. and its quite crucial as i dun have much time to go all around singapore to find... hope all bros and sis can help me out. A Very Big Thank U
  12. After slightly more than 2 years (since the day I collected my ride till now) non-stop monitoring of FC for my Optra 1.6A, I discovered some interesting result on choice of petrol grade used. Average mileages per liter when on Ron 95 petrol is 10.55 km Average mileages per liter when on Ron 98 petrol is 11.64 km My current overall average FC is per litre 11.46 km, and I have already clocked slightly above 44 K (to be precise is 44,004 km), and have pumped 3840 litres of petrol so far. So if I were to on only one grade of petrol, I will not have any saving if I were to use only the Ron 95 petrol, and instead I may have to pay more on this
  13. Renegade

    Finding one's Focus in life....

    How much fun can one find in a 1.4-litre hatch these days, one would ask. Quite a bit, apparently, if it's the much talked-about 3-door Focus - pleasantly sharp handling, taut body control in and out of the corners and decent ride on the straights coupled to quite a bit of useable space behind (both in the rear seat and boot) the driver. Braking late into downhill corners hardly upset its composure (probably would have upset yours truly's lunch before the car showed any discomfort) and sudden lane changes (not very recommended too often but great shortcut way to check out roll in crowded roads) reveal a nice, firm set up with roll well in check. Only an overly light (for a conti) clutch (my one of two gripes) dents the otherwise lovely first-drive experience. And all this fun on stock 15"ers.... The dash upfront is feels half-a-notch up on quality from the Mk1 but, to my personal opinion, despite the presence of the factory fit head unit, the design takes a step back from the new edge to (new ?) conservative. Even the gearknob feels better tho' the look is debatable. The exterior looks like what I'd imagine a baby Mondeo would have. The lights, the flanks....even the steering wheel looks like it came from the Mondeo. A case of a maturing Focus, perhaps ? Access to the rear, with the doors slightly larger than the 5-door hatch, is decent but that also opens up to the second of the two could-be-better gripes I have - the headroom was surprisingly decent given it's a 3-door hatch and seeing how poorly its s40 brethren fared a couple of months back. However, the side armrests, wich double up as cubby hole covers could do better in the fit and materials department. Cliched as it may seem, one of the better handling cars in this end of the market may just have gotten better (and thank goodness it's a maunal, too, I should add) and, even with 3 adults and aircon blasting upfront, there was hardly a hint of any struggle for breath from the car throughout the drive. Personally, the last time I had so much fun in a out-of-the-showroom 1.4 hatch was with the Leon (for the uninitiated - it's the Seat Leon 1.4, of which only 20 or so units were brought in to S'pore), and this, I'd say, even beats that experience in some ways. So, again, with gusto, repeat after me - lovely handling, terrific ride, conservative inside, could-be-better rear....or, in short, I'd put it down as a most worthy consideration for this market segment. Now, if only the 1.6's came with manuals (but we've all been there before, haven't we ?)
  14. Eddymerckx

    Need help finding 3M products!

    Been meaning to do some touch-up work on some scratches and paint chips on my car. Looking for these products at Home-Fix, Autobacs etc but no luck.. Any suggestions? 1) 3M Perfect-It Rubbing Compound (fine or medium compound) OR Eagle One Scratch Remover 2) 3M Perfect-It Swirl Mark Remover for DARK colored cars OR Meguiars Hand Polish. (Home FIX only seem to stock only 3M SWM for LIGHT colored cars)
  15. Some interesting facts I found off the Mazda Forum posted by someone. I just cut and paste only. History And Overview: Mazda introduced the 323 GLC in 1977. The GLC was the predecessor to the Protege and was nicknamed the "Great Little Car" in some 120 countries around the world including the U.S. It won critical praise from the press and public alike. Ten years ago Mazda dropped the GLC name in the U.S. in favor of Protege, giving it a more upmarket tone. The Mazda Protege debuted in the 1990 model year as the upscale 4-door version of the company's base model, the 323. When the Protege was redesigned for 1995 it became Mazda's entry-level passenger car, after the 323 hatchback was discontinued. All models below are Protege models. http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/used/reviews/photos/index.cfm/id/2068/img/92807071990308 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...92807071990308 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...92807071990308 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...92807071990308 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...92807071990308 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...92807071990308 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...92807071990308 For : Acceleration (LX), Fuel economy, Handling, Ride, Passenger room Against : Road noise, Engine noise, Acceleration (w/automatic transmission) http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/used/reviews/full/index.cfm/id/2200 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...ex.cfm/id/2200 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...ex.cfm/id/2200 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...ex.cfm/id/2200 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...ex.cfm/id/2200 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...ex.cfm/id/2200 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...ex.cfm/id/2200 For : Optional antilock brakes (LX, ES), Passenger room, Fuel economy, Ride Against : Handling, Acceleration (w/automatic transmission), Radio controls (1995-96), Entry/exit http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/used/reviews/photos/index.cfm/id/2385/img/00807071990001 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...00807071990001 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...00807071990001 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...00807071990001 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...00807071990001 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...00807071990001 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...00807071990001 For : Fuel economy, Ride Against : Acceleration (w/automatic transmission) http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/new/reviews/full/index.cfm/id/23279 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...x.cfm/id/23279 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...x.cfm/id/23279 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...x.cfm/id/23279 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...x.cfm/id/23279 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...x.cfm/id/23279 ://http://auto.consumerguide.com/auto/...x.cfm/id/23279 For : Fuel economy Against : Noise, Acceleration (w/automatic transmission) It might be interesting to note that the Protege name is a recent addition only to the Singapore models in accordance to marketing strategies. Although all the while it has been marketed effectively as the 323, in its true sense .... all 323 chassis models in Singapore since 1990 actually has a right to the Protege name, and not only the most recent facelifted models only. However, do also note that the rightful owner of the Protege name is actually the 2 litre version which we in Singapore do not have access to. What might also be interesting to note is that all reviews since 1990 has NOISE as a problem but they didnt do anything about it. Automatic Proteges are also no acceleration demons either. They are basically built as standard family cars only.
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