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    Quote Originally Posted by cskok8 View Post
    This thread is a good source for potential kidnappers
    What I know for sure is, social media is a good source for local taxmen.

    Not sure about aussie taxmen whether they gather inputs via social media. It will be interesting if they do because they might be able to find out more abut those ex-malaysians who migrated there, whether they declared their financial gain from properties in malaysia. Australian rules require the taxpayers to declare their property gain including properties outside australia.

    Don't play play with taxmen, tax invasion is a criminal offence. The maximum penalty for offences can be up to 10 years imprisonment. Criminal tax evasion involves not only not paying your taxes, but also demonstrating a willful attempt to avoid paying tax...

    Hope the aussie taxmen are reading this thread..
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    Is grass greener on the other side?

    Definitely, if you are a Myanmari, Bangladeshi or Nepali in Malaysia.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    Is grass greener on the other side?

    Definitely, if you are a Myanmari, Bangladeshi or Nepali in Malaysia.
    In land of the 1 eye jack, it was not OK for others to refer a country as Banglaland but it is OK for him to refer Myanmar citizen as Myanmari. Pelik tapi benar, it is tasty for 1 eye jack for his laughable manner. And he is laughing at it aloud with 4WD manners Apanama itu saya kurang paham.

    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    Disgusting title.

    Do not refer to another country in a derogatory manner. It is Bangladesh and not Banglaland. Please learn some manners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    ...

    In life, once you reach a simple level, you don't need to bother of leverage this, leverge that anymore. I think you wouldn't know people who is beyond your level don't need to think of getting richer, life is simple and good to keep it that way....
    n Surely Sir, you mean a 'Happy Level'. no? A man can be happy with a banana tree. It bears giant comb o'fruits and saplings for more fruits, its stem can be used as dried thread for organic fiber clothing or a floatation device during flood. Its leaves for plates and wraps. Its flower to charm girls. Apa lagi mahu?

    Then to another, having acquired 1Godzillion acre of Musang King also not happy...now, how lah liddat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    In land of the 1 eye jack, it was not OK for others to refer a country as Banglaland but it is OK for him to refer Myanmar citizen as Myanmari. Pelik tapi benar, it is tasty for 1 eye jack for his laughable manner. And he is laughing at it aloud with 4WD manners Apanama itu saya kurang paham.

    Even the best medicine cannot cure stupidity


    "PEOPLE OF MYANMAR. ... The ethnic group after which Burma is named is the Burmans or Bamars. Burmese is both a noun (singular and plural) and adjective. It refers to the language and culture of these people and citizens of Myanmar. The citizens of Myanmar are called Myanmars, Myanmaris or Myanmarese by some."
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    the grass is certainly greener there cos it is spring time... lagi satu for the less but wanna-travel beach bums like me.
    Take me word, the sea in Surfers paradise aint that cold afterall...I have dipped in colder water of the Baltics.

    Oh, And 'em sheilas can rescue me anytime!23131790_10154749155027504_4831475857496925692_n.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by tupai View Post
    n Surely Sir, you mean a 'Happy Level'.
    Is Simple level....

    Life is simple and goooood.. What the f need to have a life so stressful like someone whose whole life has to borrow here, borrow there, leverage this, leverage that...!!

    Happy level is a by-product when the level of C2H6O is high in bloodstream as a result of fermented fruit juice ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    Even the best medicine cannot cure stupidity


    "PEOPLE OF MYANMAR. ... The ethnic group after which Burma is named is the Burmans or Bamars. Burmese is both a noun (singular and plural) and adjective. It refers to the language and culture of these people and citizens of Myanmar. The citizens of Myanmar are called Myanmars, Myanmaris or Myanmarese by some."
    1 Bolehlander think snake oil medicine is a cure oil for all ailments with his flip flop Bricktionary of ethnic groups of Myanmaris.

    Unless the Wikipedia is a stupid reference or Google is clueless about Myanmaris, the 1 eye jack is the professed expert on ethnic group in Mynamar or Burmese world. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...ups_in_Myanmar

    Myanmar (also known as Burma) is an extremely ethnically diverse nation with 135 distinct ethnic groups officially recognised by the Burmese government. These are grouped into eight "major national ethnic races":

    Bamar
    Chin
    Kachin
    Kayin
    Kayah≥
    Mon
    Rakhine
    Shan

    Kachin comprises 12 different ethnic groups
    1. Kachin see: Jingpo people
    2. Tarone see: Taron people
    3. Dalaung, unknown[5]
    4. Jinghpaw see: Singpho people
    5. Guari, unknown[5]
    6. Hkahku see: Jingpo people
    7. Duleng, unknown[5]
    8. Maru (Lawgore)
    9. Rawang see Nung Rawang
    10. Lashi (La Chit)
    11. Atsi see Zaiwa language
    12. Lisu
    Kayah comprises 9 different ethnic groups
    Note, a known questionable source.[6]

    13. Kayah (Karenni)
    14. Zayein (Lahta; Gaungto; Loilong Karens)
    15. Ka-Yun (Kayan; Padaung)
    16. Gheko (Karen, Geko)
    17. Kebar, maybe translation error for Geba Karen language
    18. Bre (Ka-Yaw; Kayaw)
    19. Manu Manaw (Manumanaw)
    20. Yin Talai, maybe Yintale
    21. Yin Baw (Yinbaw)
    Kayin comprises 11 different ethnic groups
    22. Kayin (Karen)
    23. Kayinpyu (Geba Karen)
    24. Pa-Le-Chi, maybe Mobwa
    25. Mon Kayin (Sarpyu), unknown[5]
    26. Sgaw (Karen, S’gaw)
    27. Ta-Lay-Pwa, unknown[5]
    28. Paku (Karen, Paku)
    29. Bwe (Bwe Karen)
    30. Monnepwa (Karen, Paku)
    31. Monpwa, unknown[5]
    32. Shu (Pwo Kayin)
    Chin comprises 53 different ethnic groups
    Possibly originally a list of tax rate districts. With the highest tax first.

    33. Chin
    34. Meithei (Meitei; Kathe)
    35. Saline
    36. Ka-Lin-Kaw (Lushay)
    37. Khami (Chin, Khumi)
    38. Awa Khami (Chin, Mro-Khimi)
    39. Khawno
    40. Kaungso
    41. Kaung Saing Chin
    42. Kwelshin
    43. Kwangli (Sim)
    44. Gunte (Lyente; Falam)
    45. Gwete (Guite)
    46. Ngorn (Chin, Ngawn)
    47. Siyin (Sizaang), (Sizang)[5]
    48. Sentang
    49. Saing Zan
    50. Za-How
    51. Zotung
    52. Zo-Pe
    53. Zo
    54. Zahnyet (Zanniet)
    55. Tapong
    56. Tiddim (Hai-Dim)
    57. Tay-Zan
    58. Taishon
    59. Thado
    60. Torr (Tawr)
    61. Dim
    62. Dai (Yindu)
    63. Naga
    64. Tanghkul
    65. Malin
    66. Panun
    67. Magun
    68. Matu
    69. Miram (Mara, Shendu, Lakher, etc.)
    70. Mi-er
    71. Mgan
    72. Lushei (Lushay)
    73. Laymyo
    74. Lyente
    75. Lawhtu
    76. Lai (Haka Chin)
    77. Laizao
    78. Mro (Wakim)
    79. Haulngo
    80. Anu
    81. Anun
    82. Oo-Pu
    83. Lhinbu
    84. Asho (Plain)
    85. Rongtu
    Bamar comprises 9 ethnic groups
    86. Bamar (Burman)
    87. Dawei of Dawei city
    88. Beik
    89. Yaw
    90. Yabein
    91. Kadu (Kado)
    92. Ganan
    93. Salone (Salon; Moken)
    94. Hpon
    Mon comprises 1 ethnic group
    95. Mon
    Rakhine comprises 7 ethnic groups
    96. Rakhine (Arakanese)
    97. Kamein
    98. Kwe Myi
    99. Daingnet
    100. Maramagyi
    101. Mro (Wakim)
    102. Thet
    Shan comprises 33 ethnic groups
    103. Shan (Tai)
    104. Yun (Lao)
    105. Kwi
    106. Pyin
    107. Yao (Hmong; Mien)
    108. Danaw (Danau)
    109. Pale
    110. Eng (En)
    111. Son
    112. Khamu (Khmu)
    113. Kaw (Akha-E-Kaw)
    114. Kokant (Kokang)
    115. Khamti Shan
    116. Hkun (Khün)
    117. Taungyo
    118. Danu
    119. Palaung
    120. Man Zi
    121. Yin Kya
    122. Yin Net
    123. Shan Gale
    124. Shan Gyi
    125. Lahu
    126. Intha
    127. Eik-swair
    128. Pa-O (Taungthu; Black Karen)
    129. Tai-Loi
    130. Tai-Lem
    131. Tai-Lon
    132. Tai-Lay
    133. Maingtha (Achang)
    134. Maw Shan
    135. Wa (Va)

    ( the list is from above wikipedia link )

    Even in the other 135 distinct ethnic groups officially recognised by the Burmese government, mana itu apanama Myanmaris? Probably in the 1 eye jack world where he is the ethnic King where he can putar belit in his kingdom of blinds. Of course some people can called it Myanmari or Myancari unoffically
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    1 Bolehlander think snake oil medicine is a cure oil for all ailments with his flip flop Bricktionary of ethnic groups of Myanmaris.

    Unless the Wikipedia is a stupid reference or Google is clueless about Myanmaris, the 1 eye jack is the professed expert on ethnic group in Mynamar or Burmese world. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...ups_in_Myanmar

    Myanmar (also known as Burma) is an extremely ethnically diverse nation with 135 distinct ethnic groups officially recognised by the Burmese government. These are grouped into eight "major national ethnic races":

    Bamar
    Chin
    Kachin
    Kayin
    Kayah≥
    Mon
    Rakhine
    Shan

    Kachin comprises 12 different ethnic groups
    1. Kachin see: Jingpo people
    2. Tarone see: Taron people
    3. Dalaung, unknown[5]
    4. Jinghpaw see: Singpho people
    5. Guari, unknown[5]
    6. Hkahku see: Jingpo people
    7. Duleng, unknown[5]
    8. Maru (Lawgore)
    9. Rawang see Nung Rawang
    10. Lashi (La Chit)
    11. Atsi see Zaiwa language
    12. Lisu
    Kayah comprises 9 different ethnic groups
    Note, a known questionable source.[6]

    13. Kayah (Karenni)
    14. Zayein (Lahta; Gaungto; Loilong Karens)
    15. Ka-Yun (Kayan; Padaung)
    16. Gheko (Karen, Geko)
    17. Kebar, maybe translation error for Geba Karen language
    18. Bre (Ka-Yaw; Kayaw)
    19. Manu Manaw (Manumanaw)
    20. Yin Talai, maybe Yintale
    21. Yin Baw (Yinbaw)
    Kayin comprises 11 different ethnic groups
    22. Kayin (Karen)
    23. Kayinpyu (Geba Karen)
    24. Pa-Le-Chi, maybe Mobwa
    25. Mon Kayin (Sarpyu), unknown[5]
    26. Sgaw (Karen, S’gaw)
    27. Ta-Lay-Pwa, unknown[5]
    28. Paku (Karen, Paku)
    29. Bwe (Bwe Karen)
    30. Monnepwa (Karen, Paku)
    31. Monpwa, unknown[5]
    32. Shu (Pwo Kayin)
    Chin comprises 53 different ethnic groups
    Possibly originally a list of tax rate districts. With the highest tax first.

    33. Chin
    34. Meithei (Meitei; Kathe)
    35. Saline
    36. Ka-Lin-Kaw (Lushay)
    37. Khami (Chin, Khumi)
    38. Awa Khami (Chin, Mro-Khimi)
    39. Khawno
    40. Kaungso
    41. Kaung Saing Chin
    42. Kwelshin
    43. Kwangli (Sim)
    44. Gunte (Lyente; Falam)
    45. Gwete (Guite)
    46. Ngorn (Chin, Ngawn)
    47. Siyin (Sizaang), (Sizang)[5]
    48. Sentang
    49. Saing Zan
    50. Za-How
    51. Zotung
    52. Zo-Pe
    53. Zo
    54. Zahnyet (Zanniet)
    55. Tapong
    56. Tiddim (Hai-Dim)
    57. Tay-Zan
    58. Taishon
    59. Thado
    60. Torr (Tawr)
    61. Dim
    62. Dai (Yindu)
    63. Naga
    64. Tanghkul
    65. Malin
    66. Panun
    67. Magun
    68. Matu
    69. Miram (Mara, Shendu, Lakher, etc.)
    70. Mi-er
    71. Mgan
    72. Lushei (Lushay)
    73. Laymyo
    74. Lyente
    75. Lawhtu
    76. Lai (Haka Chin)
    77. Laizao
    78. Mro (Wakim)
    79. Haulngo
    80. Anu
    81. Anun
    82. Oo-Pu
    83. Lhinbu
    84. Asho (Plain)
    85. Rongtu
    Bamar comprises 9 ethnic groups
    86. Bamar (Burman)
    87. Dawei of Dawei city
    88. Beik
    89. Yaw
    90. Yabein
    91. Kadu (Kado)
    92. Ganan
    93. Salone (Salon; Moken)
    94. Hpon
    Mon comprises 1 ethnic group
    95. Mon
    Rakhine comprises 7 ethnic groups
    96. Rakhine (Arakanese)
    97. Kamein
    98. Kwe Myi
    99. Daingnet
    100. Maramagyi
    101. Mro (Wakim)
    102. Thet
    Shan comprises 33 ethnic groups
    103. Shan (Tai)
    104. Yun (Lao)
    105. Kwi
    106. Pyin
    107. Yao (Hmong; Mien)
    108. Danaw (Danau)
    109. Pale
    110. Eng (En)
    111. Son
    112. Khamu (Khmu)
    113. Kaw (Akha-E-Kaw)
    114. Kokant (Kokang)
    115. Khamti Shan
    116. Hkun (Khün)
    117. Taungyo
    118. Danu
    119. Palaung
    120. Man Zi
    121. Yin Kya
    122. Yin Net
    123. Shan Gale
    124. Shan Gyi
    125. Lahu
    126. Intha
    127. Eik-swair
    128. Pa-O (Taungthu; Black Karen)
    129. Tai-Loi
    130. Tai-Lem
    131. Tai-Lon
    132. Tai-Lay
    133. Maingtha (Achang)
    134. Maw Shan
    135. Wa (Va)

    ( the list is from above wikipedia link )

    Even in the other 135 distinct ethnic groups officially recognised by the Burmese government, mana itu apanama Myanmaris? Probably in the 1 eye jack world where he is the ethnic King where he can putar belit in his kingdom of blinds. Of course some people can called it Myanmari or Myancari unoffically
    Spin all you like. Still, it doesn't mean a cure for stupidity is found.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    i have been kaypoing around Myanmar 4 times since 2010...yet to meet so many kinda 134 ethnic Burman, Burmese, and what nots. Actually met more Myanmarese in Sri Hartamas pouring and serving beer for me... Met a number too in that land where the grass is greener.

    BTW, have a bit of political decorum & niceties to address that country as Myanmar, NOT Burma. The colonial snowflakes in the west are still retaining Burma for a sense of past glory...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    1 Bolehlander think snake oil medicine is a cure oil for all ailments with his flip flop Bricktionary of ethnic groups of Myanmaris.

    Unless the Wikipedia is a stupid reference or Google is clueless about Myanmaris, the 1 eye jack is the professed expert on ethnic group in Mynamar or Burmese world. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...ups_in_Myanmar

    Myanmar (also known as Burma) is an extremely ethnically diverse nation with 135 distinct ethnic groups officially recognised by the Burmese government. These are grouped into eight "major national ethnic races":

    Bamar
    Chin
    Kachin
    Kayin
    Kayah≥
    Mon
    Rakhine
    Shan

    Kachin comprises 12 different ethnic groups
    1. Kachin see: Jingpo people
    2. Tarone see: Taron people
    3. Dalaung, unknown[5]
    4. Jinghpaw see: Singpho people
    5. Guari, unknown[5]
    6. Hkahku see: Jingpo people
    7. Duleng, unknown[5]
    8. Maru (Lawgore)
    9. Rawang see Nung Rawang
    10. Lashi (La Chit)
    11. Atsi see Zaiwa language
    12. Lisu
    Kayah comprises 9 different ethnic groups
    Note, a known questionable source.[6]

    13. Kayah (Karenni)
    14. Zayein (Lahta; Gaungto; Loilong Karens)
    15. Ka-Yun (Kayan; Padaung)
    16. Gheko (Karen, Geko)
    17. Kebar, maybe translation error for Geba Karen language
    18. Bre (Ka-Yaw; Kayaw)
    19. Manu Manaw (Manumanaw)
    20. Yin Talai, maybe Yintale
    21. Yin Baw (Yinbaw)
    Kayin comprises 11 different ethnic groups
    22. Kayin (Karen)
    23. Kayinpyu (Geba Karen)
    24. Pa-Le-Chi, maybe Mobwa
    25. Mon Kayin (Sarpyu), unknown[5]
    26. Sgaw (Karen, S’gaw)
    27. Ta-Lay-Pwa, unknown[5]
    28. Paku (Karen, Paku)
    29. Bwe (Bwe Karen)
    30. Monnepwa (Karen, Paku)
    31. Monpwa, unknown[5]
    32. Shu (Pwo Kayin)
    Chin comprises 53 different ethnic groups
    Possibly originally a list of tax rate districts. With the highest tax first.

    33. Chin
    34. Meithei (Meitei; Kathe)
    35. Saline
    36. Ka-Lin-Kaw (Lushay)
    37. Khami (Chin, Khumi)
    38. Awa Khami (Chin, Mro-Khimi)
    39. Khawno
    40. Kaungso
    41. Kaung Saing Chin
    42. Kwelshin
    43. Kwangli (Sim)
    44. Gunte (Lyente; Falam)
    45. Gwete (Guite)
    46. Ngorn (Chin, Ngawn)
    47. Siyin (Sizaang), (Sizang)[5]
    48. Sentang
    49. Saing Zan
    50. Za-How
    51. Zotung
    52. Zo-Pe
    53. Zo
    54. Zahnyet (Zanniet)
    55. Tapong
    56. Tiddim (Hai-Dim)
    57. Tay-Zan
    58. Taishon
    59. Thado
    60. Torr (Tawr)
    61. Dim
    62. Dai (Yindu)
    63. Naga
    64. Tanghkul
    65. Malin
    66. Panun
    67. Magun
    68. Matu
    69. Miram (Mara, Shendu, Lakher, etc.)
    70. Mi-er
    71. Mgan
    72. Lushei (Lushay)
    73. Laymyo
    74. Lyente
    75. Lawhtu
    76. Lai (Haka Chin)
    77. Laizao
    78. Mro (Wakim)
    79. Haulngo
    80. Anu
    81. Anun
    82. Oo-Pu
    83. Lhinbu
    84. Asho (Plain)
    85. Rongtu
    Bamar comprises 9 ethnic groups
    86. Bamar (Burman)
    87. Dawei of Dawei city
    88. Beik
    89. Yaw
    90. Yabein
    91. Kadu (Kado)
    92. Ganan
    93. Salone (Salon; Moken)
    94. Hpon
    Mon comprises 1 ethnic group
    95. Mon
    Rakhine comprises 7 ethnic groups
    96. Rakhine (Arakanese)
    97. Kamein
    98. Kwe Myi
    99. Daingnet
    100. Maramagyi
    101. Mro (Wakim)
    102. Thet
    Shan comprises 33 ethnic groups
    103. Shan (Tai)
    104. Yun (Lao)
    105. Kwi
    106. Pyin
    107. Yao (Hmong; Mien)
    108. Danaw (Danau)
    109. Pale
    110. Eng (En)
    111. Son
    112. Khamu (Khmu)
    113. Kaw (Akha-E-Kaw)
    114. Kokant (Kokang)
    115. Khamti Shan
    116. Hkun (Khün)
    117. Taungyo
    118. Danu
    119. Palaung
    120. Man Zi
    121. Yin Kya
    122. Yin Net
    123. Shan Gale
    124. Shan Gyi
    125. Lahu
    126. Intha
    127. Eik-swair
    128. Pa-O (Taungthu; Black Karen)
    129. Tai-Loi
    130. Tai-Lem
    131. Tai-Lon
    132. Tai-Lay
    133. Maingtha (Achang)
    134. Maw Shan
    135. Wa (Va)

    ( the list is from above wikipedia link )

    Even in the other 135 distinct ethnic groups officially recognised by the Burmese government, mana itu apanama Myanmaris? Probably in the 1 eye jack world where he is the ethnic King where he can putar belit in his kingdom of blinds. Of course some people can called it Myanmari or Myancari unoffically

    You can copy and paste the whole Wikipedia here but it still doesn't prove anything when you cannot differentiate between ethnicity and nationality. Poor fellow.
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    An interesting article from Bloomberg, which published in Sydney Morning Herald on 24 Nov 2017... http://www.smh.com.au/business/the-e...23-gzrwn4.html

    Australia faces housing hangover twice the size of subprime era !!

    "After five years of surging prices, the market value of the nation's homes has ballooned to $7.3 trillion - or more than four times gross domestic product. Not even the US and UK markets achieved such heights at their peaks a decade ago before prices spiralled lower and dragged their economies with them. "


    With only half the size of property bubbles in australia, the subprime crisis in US which originated from irrational property demand/price has caused widespread bottoming of property price, shut down of Lehman Brothers and plummeting share price of major banks like Citibank. Bear in mind, population in US is 330 million whereas australia is only 25 million but the property value in australia has skyrocketed to 4 times of australia GDP which is almost twice the size of the US subprime crisis !!

    Those who think they made it in property by dumping their money and their so-called "good debt" into property better think again whether they can have a decent retirement life in aussie once everything that go up the sky, fall back to the earth eventually !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    Those who think they made it in property by dumping their money and their so-called "good debt" into property better think again whether they can have a decent retirement life in aussie once everything that go up the sky, fall back to the earth eventually !!
    Never mind lah..then it will be cherry pickin' time for some in duh land of endless possibilities. YABBADABADOOOOOOOO!!! Heck! one can even pick a whole row of 'em, setup a prop holding company, get a business visa and be a landlordddddddddddddd in the land of plenty (btw Plenty river used to have lotsa gold nuggets...)....YABBADABADOOO!!!!!!!
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