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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    Sometimes all these staff are not bother about the work performance as long it is GLC and gaji "confirm got every month" rather than working in a private company.This is very true . Today my staff earning RM2500 per month left my company to work in the Govt sector for RM900 as general clerk.Adoi!!! I just shook my head Unbeileveable.
    Maybe ada jalan in the new place!!

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    They have many kursus to attend everywhere and they get to go for study trips overseas frequently. When they go for kursus they get allowances and when they go overseas for study trips they get all sorts of allowances e.g. clothing allowances and what nots and when they go another time they can get it again . Where got so good in private sector?

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    Some of the perks are unbelievably generous..

    Senior staff in GLC and gomen agencies can bring along family when they further post-graduates studies.

    An ex-colleague tried to apply 18 months unpaid leave to join her husband who was sponsored by Bank Negara for post-graduate studies in UK. She did not get the unpaid leave and resigned.

    The children also enrolled into a private school in UK and fee is taken care by taxpayers money..

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    A Malaysia Airlines passenger jet has made an emergency landing at Melbourne Airport.

    There have been reports of an engine fire on the Airbus A330, which had only just left the Tullamarine runway en route to Kuala Lumpur.

    http://www.smh.com.au/business/aviat...12-ghmnjt.html

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    'MH370: Possible breakthrough as debris found on Réunion Island'

    It looks like part of the wing, don't see any markings though.....watch video below

    >>Click Here For Video@Guardian<<

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    UPDATE

    Looks like it may not be MH370.....and I think so too, looks too small for a 777 wing.

    'French aviation expert: Réunion Island debris likely from small plane, not MH370'

    >>>Read More Here@MM<<<

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    Réunion Island....

    Reminds me of my trip there in the 80s....in those days, all the TAXIs were Merc.........damn expensive..in USD too

    That wing must have floated there all this while.

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    The debris found on Reunion Island is not a wing but a flaperon, a hinged part on an aircraft wing that can be lowered to control the roll and bank of a plane. So I guess there would be no markings on that part. Perhaps there would be a serial number / part number.

    I am just curious all the sudden so much of news for our country. Macam-macam tiba-tiba....

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    The flaperon debris is confirmed from Boeing 777. Now it is to confirm whether it is from MH370.
    有才而性缓定属大才,有智而气和斯为大智.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HTCHONG View Post
    The flaperon debris is confirmed from Boeing 777. Now it is to confirm whether it is from MH370.
    It seems that in the history of aviation, the only 777 missing was MH370...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentinel View Post
    It seems that in the history of aviation, the only 777 missing was MH370...
    This information can get many people excited and also can get some of them panic especially those who committed so much money to search on the other side of Indian Ocean.

    This also can be a political issue at this "turbulence" period.

    May be it is good to wait for official confirmation.
    有才而性缓定属大才,有智而气和斯为大智.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HTCHONG View Post
    Use last radar contact point as centre of circle. Compute the longest possible flight distance as radius of the circle then you can easily construct a circle

    Ignore the eastern portion of the circle which is the South China Sea since we know that MH370 U-turned to west. Ignore Straits of Malacca because no debris found by Singapore SAR team moreover Straits of Malacca is a busy marine route, debris can be easily spotted by any passing vessels.

    If you rule out the eastern, northern and southern portions of the circle, this deduces to the region of eastern Africa coastal areas. This is how I derive my "wild guess".
    About 1 year plus ago, I ever mentioned this. (Post # 975 on 9 Apr 2014)
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    Quote Originally Posted by HTCHONG View Post
    This information can get many people excited and also can get some of them panic especially those who committed so much money to search on the other side of Indian Ocean.

    This also can be a political issue at this "turbulence" period.

    May be it is good to wait for official confirmation.
    The Australian DPM also spun the story well this morning's press conference....

    "According to OUR calculation, where the debris was found is within acceptable range where it has floated west... it has been more than a year so it is highly probable..."

    Damage control in place.... she will not be blamed for spending AUD400 million looking at the wrong place....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naka View Post
    Réunion Island....

    Reminds me of my trip there in the 80s....in those days, all the TAXIs were Merc.........damn expensive..in USD
    Reunion island, a new name to me.

    Mind share your experience of this island..

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwich View Post
    Reunion island, a new name to me.

    Mind share your experience of this island..

    Thanks
    Please see reply #603 :-

    http://www.usj.com.my/bulletin/uploa...260#post595260

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentinel View Post
    It seems that in the history of aviation, the only 777 missing was MH370...
    I guess they already know the answer....

    有才而性缓定属大才,有智而气和斯为大智.

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