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  1. Guys, I have a problem here...... my current Indo maid who has followed me for 4 years wants to go home. Great maid, no complaints, only compliments we employed a Myanmar maid and she is currently understudying the Indo maid. Problem: Myanmar maid Cons: really cannot speak english.....real comms issue here.....not quite intelligent so not much cmmon sense power Myanmar maid Pros: very hard working, willing to learn, New Indo maid Pros: Ah Ma can speak a bit of Malay so solve the comms issue New Indo maid Cons: take a risk on the character part Should we train the Myanmar maid to speak English by giving intensive English lessons, maybe in DVD form or Should we go get an Indo maid?
  2. Little_prince

    New bond payment for Indo Maids

    I just received MOM letter advising me of this. now headache dunno what to do. any thoughts guys?
  3. Blacksnow

    Is it safe to travel to Jakarta?

    I'm flying to Jakarta tmr for a few days for work. Anyone here familiar with the current situation there? Is it safe? I'm Chinese.
  4. Little_prince

    Indo general goes back on word again

    flip flop and flip again. What the heck happen to their integrity? think the govt need to make a stand and send a message to the indodos. idiots.
  5. Osman Haji Mohammed Ali, 25, and Harun Said, alias Tahir, 21, (third and fourth from left) were charged with having "knowingly caused" the deaths of three persons when a bomb exploded on the landing of the mezzanine floor of MacDonald House on March 10, 1965. Singapore concerned over naming of Indonesian navy ship after executed commandos Singapore has registered its concerns over Indonesia’s naming of a navy ship after two Indonesian marines who took part in the 1965 bombing of MacDonald House on Orchard Road. Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) spokesman said on Wednesday night that Foreign Minister K Shanmugam spoke to his Indonesian counterpart, Dr Marty Natalegawa, to register these concerns “and the impact this would have on the feelings of Singaporeans, especially the families of the victims”. Indonesia’s Kompas daily had reported this week that the last of the Indonesian Navy’s three new British-made frigates would be named the KRI Usman Harun, after marines Osman Haji Mohamed Ali and Harun Said. “The two Indonesian marines were found guilty of the bombing which killed three people and injured 33 others,” the MFA spokeman said in response to media queries. “Singapore had considered this difficult chapter in the bilateral relationship closed in May 1973 when then-Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew visited and scattered flowers on the graves of the two marines,” he added. The duo were members of Indonesia’s special Operations Corps Command, which is today the Marine Corps, and had been ordered to infiltrate Singapore during Indonesia’s Confrontation with Malaysia. Then-president Sukarno had opposed the formation of Malaysia, which Singapore was part of from September 1963 to August 1965, as a puppet state of the British. Both marines were convicted and executed in Singapore in 1968 for the March 10, 1965 bombing of MacDonald House, which stands near where Dhoby Ghaut MRT station is today. Their hanging saw some 400 agitated students in Jakarta ransack the Singapore embassy, attack the consul’s residence and burn the Singapore flag, and bilateral ties remained tense for several years. The marines were welcomed home as heroes, and given a ceremonial funeral at the Kalibata Heroes Cemetery in South Jakarta. Relations between Singapore and Indonesia were restored when Mr Lee Kuan Yew visited Jakarta in 1973, and sprinkled flowers on the marines’ graves. Former Singapore ambassador to Indonesia Lee Khoon Choy had earlier recounted that the gesture, which the Javanese believe propitiates the souls of the dead, moved the hosts deeply because it demonstrated that Singapore was sensitive to Javanese culture. But in recent years, efforts to commemorate both marines – alongside other declared heroes – have resurfaced, and last year(2013), the Marine Corps proposed to rename Jalan Prapatan in Central Jakarta, where the unit’s headquarters are, as Jalan Usman Harun. The Navy said two other new ships it would take charge of would be named after Indonesian independence heroes Bung Tomo and John Lie. The first, KRI Bung Tomo, will set sail from Britain in June 2014. Bung Tomo led the popular resistance against Allied British and Dutch forces in the Battle of Surabaya in November 1945, while John Lie smuggled agricultural produce to buy and smuggle arms from Malaya for the fledgling Indonesian armed forces from 1945 to 1949. Kompas cited Indonesia’s Navy chief, Admiral Marsetio, as saying that the three ships would be named after these men “in remembering the services they had rendered to the Indonesian nation”. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/singapore-registers-concerns-over-indonesian-navy-ship-20140206
  6. After the first match in MY with the MY fans using laser pointers to distract Indo players, do you think the Indo fans will clash with MY fans since the next match will be in Indo?
  7. Hi, anyone fly with LionAir from Singapore to Bali before? I am looking into the following 1) safety 2) reliable 3) flight punctuality Thanks in advance for your feedback.
  8. Dennisk

    Indo Language

    anyone know where to learn or can recommend me to learn Indonesia Language? seems confusing to me when i perform search on yahoo. Thanks
  9. Picnic06-Biante15

    Why Indo More Successful in Capturing Terrorist

    CNA Report : Indonesia police say 10 held over terror bomb plot JAKARTA - Indonesian police said Thursday they had cracked a terrorist cell linked to some of the region's most wanted fugitives after the arrest of 10 suspects with a cache of powerful homemade bombs. Police said the cell was connected to Malaysian extremist Noordin Mohammad Top, a hardline leader of the Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) Islamist group who is wanted for allegedly masterminding the 2002 Bali attacks. One of them was a bombmaker who reportedly met Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and is associated with Mas Selamat bin Kastari, the suspected leader of JI's Singapore branch who escaped from prison there on February 27. They were arrested earlier this week in Palembang, the capital of South Sumatra province, where US and Australian-trained anti-terror police also found a cache of more than 20 bombs hidden in the attic of a rented house. "In Palembang we have arrested members of a terrorist network who were detained by Special Detachment 88," police spokesman Abu Bakar Nataprawira told reporters, referring to the anti-terror squad. Police did not confirm that the bomb expert linked to Mas Selamat was a Singaporean, but the government in the city state said one of its citizens was among the group rounded up in Sumatra. The Kompas daily said the suspect, identified by police only as MH, 35, had met Osama several times and had received training in Afghanistan. He is said to have been a student of JI bombmaker Azahari Husin, who was killed in 2005. "The suspect gave training in assembling bombs to people in Palembang related to terrorist acts in Indonesia," Nataprawira said, adding that he was arrested on Saturday. The arrest of MH led to the detention of nine other suspects in Palembang and the raid on the house on Tuesday, where police discovered the bombs cache. Seven powerful "tupperware bombs" and 20 smaller pipe bombs were found in the attic of the rented house, along with bomb-making chemicals and weapons. Sixteen of the bombs were reportedly primed to explode. Indonesian media reports have identified the Singaporean as Abu Hazam, who is also known as Omar. Abu Hazam was arrested last Saturday in the Sumatran village of Sekayu. This Singaporean had been revealed as Mohd Hassan Saynudin in today, The New Paper. Well done, Indonesia Police, Special Detachment 88....
  10. Accordvtec

    GSD3 from Indo?

    heard that the factory in Thailand got burnt down and the production will shift to Indonesia.....
  11. Julian

    Will u buy Indo made cars?

    Borneo might be importing the Indonesia made Kijang Innova MPV and Avanza 1.3 MPV. Will u will buy an Indonesia made car?
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