Monday, August 22, 2011

Do not be fooled dates RM1

GEORGE TOWN - high demand dates during Ramadan saw a handful of traders have taken advantage of by selling dates mixed with sweetener.

Normally, this method is practiced by traders who sell in bulk dates or weights with a lower price.
It is understood, dealers or wholesalers are importing low-quality dates in bulk before being processed to enable this re-sale dates.
Kosmo! notified, the fruits of this palm mixed with brown sugar and stored for some time to well before the dates mixed again with medium quality.
"As a result, low quality dates will be slightly sweet as the actual dates (dates of good quality) but in fact it has added sugar.
"The dates of this type sold by weight and are on sale in retail shops or stalls the sidewalk during Ramadan," said the source who told never to practice the method.

Monday, August 8, 2011

Government to announce a half-month salary bonus

The government agreed to pay half a month salary bonus with a minimumpayment of RM500 to civil servants this month.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the government had agreed on aspecial payment of RM500 to pensioners.

"Bonuses and special payments will be made ​​in the middle of this month," saidNajib, who is also Finance Minister, said in a statement today.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Young Tigers fierce in Slovakia

Increasingly fierce Olympic squad in Slovakia. Yesterday they recorded a third successive victory in the series of friendly action in the country by beating League 1 Slovakia, Liptovsky Mikulas Tatran 2-1.Slovakia is ranked 29 of the world and has qualified for the World Cup 2010

During the campaign in South Africa, Slovakia managed to move into second round involving 16 teams before losing 1-2 to the Netherlands. In two previous matches, Ong Kim Swee squad was defeated 1-0 Moldava Bodva on July 26 and Topvar Topolcany 2-1 on Saturday. According to Kim Swee, as a whole, offering players increasingly showing an increase, but much remains to be improved.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Korea's explosion of IT in schools

As the summer looked, outside of the classroom atmosphere felt very affected. However, fourth-year students, the class teacher Eun Jung Yeon, transfixed watching the display tablet in front of them that shows animation of a young man and woman arguing about whether the water is heavier when it is frozen or during melting.
The rural scenario is the biggest piece of the transformation of South Korea suffered.
Countries are to invest about U.S. $ 2 billion (RM5.9 billion) in replacing the conventional text books to expand the tablet computer in preparation for the digital academic network.
Other countries such as France, Singapore and Japan are racing to develop a classroom equipped with touch-screen display that can access millions of information easily.
South Korea is Asia's fourth largest country in terms of economists believe they have the advantage of the scenarios when his childhood is considered the most literate browsers in the digital world.
It is evidenced by a study done Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development based in Paris, France in 2009 found that South Korean young age of 15 years recorded the highest score of the ability to absorb information through digital devices.


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