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  1. Diam diam rah kgks Juz nao jiak melayu cai png for dessert during lunch.
    4 points
  2. I wonder why people choose to eat Bak Kwa during CNY when you can eat during the rest of the 363 days at a much cheaper price
    4 points
  3. sia jin kumgong. Towkay me implement this weekly chartered flight to nowhere, confirm sia will be black black in 1 mth.
    4 points
  4. Cold war over so long liao still wan play nuke
    3 points
  5. lol wut the next nuclear war will wipe out most if not all of human population
    3 points
  6. Book out from atb's lion dance camp loh ! N going to jiak cai png b4 going home for sista wahaha Wassup my loyal kgk fans? All werking rike dkgks? GANG SI HOR DKGKS WAHAHA!
    3 points
  7. saw both videos. the blue spandex faggot who bang on the bonnet became a mouse when the driver came down from the car to confront them. KNN dare to chase the driver then be prepared to fight else just shut the fuck up and keep to the left and continue with your fucking hobby. must be got girls so all act garang. either that or cos pants too tight squeeze all the brain cells out of their fucking brains
    3 points
  8. I dun waste time miting blainless peepur rah wahaha
    3 points
  9. I stating the truth wat Anyway Sai lang deserve sai reply wahaha
    3 points
  10. Wassup my loyal kgk fans Tomy act Gordon Ramsay kym
    3 points
  11. Better than your aunty teacher...i also want to unite as one with her...wahaha
    3 points
  12. Chiu jiak sai one, dun jiak human food chiu huan loh wahaha
    3 points
  13. @meng.huat kor kor is rite. kgk xdd is indeed a png bucket. jiak hawker western with toast bun must also add png. limpeh think the hawker uncle really must be laughing at the kumgongness of kgk xdd.
    3 points
  14. Chiur face oso realli rook rike my lao sai leh Blainless Sai Bin Ong wahaha song boh
    3 points
  15. Really look like it le Sometimes is white string thingy, some is brown juice and is the chicken on diet At least no more brown little poop
    3 points
  16. Chiur face rook rike lao sai, dats y everyting ish abt lao sai, wahaha song boh Blainless Sai Bin Ong
    3 points
  17. Sunset business, should have close long ago Why pay 15 for a single movie when the same amount ppl watch 1 month of Netflix, Disney + etc...... Or like me watch for free using free app
    3 points
  18. Why your sauce always look like Lao sai juice Please cum cream, is that Lao sai juice
    3 points
  19. A real dskk does aniting he wants, not listening to sheep wahaha
    3 points
  20. Got $$$ but no brain... Nowadays everywhere camera... Do any dirty deed immediately get surfaced .. it's too bad got doxxing law else name company chewren appear on wanbao already...
    3 points
  21. after 2mins of meow meow with atbgf, kgk xdd must sleep total of 4 hrs. really is jin weak.
    3 points
  22. if cai png stall also close down means the mall really has no business. limpeh guarantee if not for tesco, ksl sure finish gao gao like holiday plaza. wahahahahahaha
    2 points
  23. State Duma Deputy Yevgeny Fedorov proposed a nuclear warning strike against the United States as one of the ways to influence Washington. He expressed his opinion on the YouTube channel "National Course". “The third option is a warning strike with nuclear weapons, even without nuclear weapons, but simply with strategic missiles at the Nevada test site . This is a training ground where the US military is located, there are no civilians there, and especially if you give two or three days' notice, then it's quite a good action to demonstrate the seriousness of intentions, ”Fyodorov said. In his opinion, Russia has the authority to do so. Among other ways of influencing the United States, the deputy called flight missions and bombing American laboratories with biological weapons. Fedorov believes that this will affect US citizens and show that the threat of retaliation from Russia is not a bluff. As a result of this, influence on the American authorities from within the country will begin, the deputy believes. Earlier, LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky said that Kiev could be forced to peace by bombing Ukraine, which could be carried out in February. The politician recalled that he offered to strike at the territory of Ukraine on New Year's Eve. https://lenta.ru/news/2022/01/16/fedorov/
    2 points
  24. u peasants r all so kumgong. wahahahahahahahah
    2 points
  25. u all really r jin kumgong. wait 1 more week and giant sure will have coca cola for 50cent per can. wahahahahahahaha
    2 points
  26. The recent OCBC's sms phishing attack is absolutely a lot more dangerous and serious than what we thought. If you are not in the loop, hackers managed to spoof smses from OCBC to Singaporeans. Because the message sender shows in the SMS as "OCBC", many Singaporeans fell prey and a collective $8 million were lost. Mothership had a great article interviewing Singaporeans who lost money, and are angry with OCBC's lackluster response to their plight. How did the hackers send the sms in the first place? Who else is vulnerable? Could this be prevented? I wanted to understand how this was done too. In the end, I found out that this is actually a lot more serious and dangerous than what I thought. And also, DBS Bank and many more companies are vulnerable to this attack. How did the hackers send the sms in the first place? Initially, I thought that it's possible OCBC had a vulnerability that allowed hackers to send the fake sms. But that's not correct. OCBC is not at fault for the fake smses this time. The problem is that SMS are poorly designed. Each sms is sent with a "senderId" field that is invisible to normal users like us. But hackers can easily spoof the protocol by adding a "senderId" field on sms services. Our phones will show the messages with sender's name as the modified senderId. You can learn more about sms here. In fact, just by spending a couple of hours on the internet, I managed to find a sms service that allowed me to write code and send sms with fake senderId headers to myself. The worst thing is that phones are coded to group messages by senderIds. So the fake message is automatically placed in the same channel as real ones, making them more authentic. Who else is affected? This is the scary part. From what I see, it looks like most companies are affected. I tried spoofing a message to myself as "DBS Bank", which is what DBS have been using to send messages to me. Scarily enough, it actually worked. Notice that the parameters of the attack is exactly the same as OCBC's. In this case, the hacker (me) sent a message with the name (senderId) as DBS Bank. It ended up in the channel where the actual DBS has been sending me notifications. It could be even more malicious like this. Notice that the dbs.limited is a phishing site that I created for this example. I submitted a vulnerability report to DBS bank urging them to take a look at this. Could I fake a reservist callup from the dreaded 72255? (only sg guys will understand). Again, it is possible. My company has actually already MR-ed, but perhaps I could prank my army mates. What about fake covid 19 numbers from GovTech? Could this be prevented? The short answer is no. There is no way that you can block a senderId since it is not a number. If you do block it, you will lose service from the actual businesses. Telcos are unable to outright block senderIds, because this will affect those legitimate businesses. And worse yet, if the hackers used a third party provider to send these smses, then it is virtually untraceable back to the perpetrators. Why this is dangerous? The level of sophistication in the OCBC attack is actually not difficult. As shown in the examples above, it's quite easy to carry out. There are third party providers that allow malicious actors to send spoof smses without needing to even write code. I thought it would be difficult to send phishing smses, but it is in fact extremely easy. But, this recent scam is definitely much more advanced than the usual Nigerian prince emails or Tik Tok is looking for at home workers. This is a highly planned and orchestrated attack. Somehow, hackers identified ways to overcome OCBC's check and balances. By combining the fake sms technique on OCBC customers, these hackers have stolen millions. These hackers could have sent fake smses for other services or banks. But they specifically coordinated and targeted only OCBC because they had identified how to overcome daily withdrawal limits, add overseas payer etc. Indeed, even the timing (end of year, festive period with more international volume) seems opportune. Based on the victims' screenshots, multiple phishing sites were built too, not just one. And multiple messages were sent using "OCBC" headerId to build authenticity. Such level of understanding, planning and co-ordination should send chills down our spines. We tend to laugh at the lousy quality of phishing emails and sms that we have become largely numb to them. But make no mistakes, this was a daring well planned heist. And the victims are fellow Singaporeans who have lost everything to a small mistake, which could have easily happened to any of us too. I'm worried that they might be planning their next attack by exploiting more complex methods to scam Singaporeans. What's the solution? Firstly, companies need to take more steps to protect customers. In this case, it's ridiculous that OCBC could transfer tens of thousands of dollars out of people's account and could not lock the accounts when customers called their hotline. Companies can also fully switch to secure app based notifications for facial verifications (e.g. Singpass), instead of using SMS OTP. However, not all companies can afford to build mobile apps. And I'm also sure we don't want to install 101 apps on our phones to log in for different services. Plus this will also affect non tech savvy seniors. I think (not certain) Telcos can whitelist phone numbers to give access for specific senderIds. But this will be something that telcos need to work out building on top of sms protocols. However, it might be difficult to whitelist all names. A hacker could creatively use different senderIds to spoof / social engineer and hack a victim. Until SMSes are secure, we should not rely so much on it. Many companies use them for authentication purposes because they think it is safe. We need to push back on this narrative and understand that SMS can be very very dangerous. The best solution is still education. We will need to spend more time building awareness and teaching Singaporeans to look out for phishing attempts. Even if the smses look very legit, hackers will still need to redirect you to a phishing website to steal information. Singaporeans need to learn how to identify phishing urls and domains and steer clear of them. It's easier said than done. But we need to start now because the next sms phishing attack might be even more dangerous. Phishing Education To educate other Singaporeans on the dangers of phishing, you can show them this website https://dbs.limited. On the surface, it looks like a legitimate DBS website with believable enough urls and links. But it's actually a fake site that was built under an hour by copying the front end code from DBS. The site warns you when you try to punch in your details. This is an example of how hackers can steal your passwords. They take your details after you enter them. Some websites can even redirect you to the proper service and help you to login too. You won't suspect a thing until it's too late. If you had read to the end and found this helpful, consider also sharing this article with others to prevent sms phishing scams from happening.
    2 points
  27. I onli want to unite wif my real life aunty math teacher wahaha
    2 points
  28. https://www.schoolbag.edu.sg/story/developing-an-ear-for-empathy Kym compared to my real life aunty math teacher? @Homelander @meng.huat
    2 points
  29. When comparing pay levels; 1. Sinkies - our education fees, cost of living, etc is higher, so obviously we expect higher remuneration. 2. FTs from india, philippines, Myanmar, vietnam, 3rd world countries.... have very lower fees & cost of living & the salary in their countries are much lower. eg Consultant level Drs (1st tier India gov hospital) makes S$30-$50K per year VS Sg >S$180k SG Gov Hospitals) /yr. Those retail in Manila (phil) ~S400/mth & its very hard for them to get a position there. Many of these are from small cities and they barely get US$1/day! Even coming to Sg, these guys will share a room & cook to save. They will fight tooth & nail to keep their jobs here, thats why these cecas and pinoys are very vocal and feel very entitled when working here! They will tell u Sg got no talent thats why need FTs!!!! Businessman dont care. Its profit before nationality! #songboh
    2 points
  30. In a flash, Christmas has come and gone. However, the spirit of gifting continues with the upcoming Chinese New Year (CNY) for the Chinese population. Now's the time to show appreciation and respect towards the elders with a hamper that comes with prosperous greetings and CNY goodies. This year, why not think out of the box? Besides the usual mushrooms, scallops and abalone, this hamper list includes gifts such as bird's nest, healthy nuts, plants that signify prosperity, organic snacks and even coffee! And why not? Every giftee has different likes and preferences, and nothing beats giving them something they really like. These hampers make for perfect gifts to business associates as well. Listed based on the different price ranges, may this hamper compilation make your CNY preparations a little easier. Have a huat new year, dear readers! Amazin' Graze CNY Nut Mix Gift Box (8 x 30g), S$16.80 (was S$18.80) Amazin' Graze CNY Nut Mix Gift Box. PHOTO: Shopee Eu Yan Sang CNY Premium Snow Fungus with Bird's Nest 70g x 6s, S$35.90 Eu YAN SANG CNY Premium Snow Fungus with Bird's Nest. PHOTO: Shopee Roar Of The Tiger Goodies Snack Food Gift Hamper, S$38 (was S$45) Roar Of The Tiger Goodies Snack Food Gift Hamper. PHOTO: Lazada Lucky Bamboo In Chinese New Year Theme Pot, S$58 Lucky Bamboo In Chinese New Year Theme Pot. PHOTO: Ferns n Petals Nespresso Vertuo CNY Hamper, S$68 (was S$70) Nespresso Vertuo CNY Hamper. PHOTO: Nespresso Hockhua Giftbox 1, S$78 Hockhua Giftbox 1. PHOTO: Shopee Sai Hing CNY Hamper 健康幸福 Wellness, S$98 (was S$138) Sai Hing CNY Hamper 健康幸福 Wellness. PHOTO: Lazada Tasty Treats Booze Chinese New Year Hamper, S$238 Tasty Treats Booze Chinese New Year Hamper. PHOTO: Ferns n Petals [Hummings.com] Prosperity CNY Gift Hamper - Blessed Prosperity (RRK205), S$168 [Hummings.com] Prosperity CNY Gift Hamper - Blessed Prosperity. PHOTO: Amazon [Noelgifts.com] Gifts Of Great Value CNY Gift Hamper - Happy Reunion (XUS9), S$328.50 [Noelgifts.com] Gifts Of Great Value CNY Gift Hamper - Happy Reunion. PHOTO: Amazon CNY Hamper Gift 2022/Birdnest/Abalone Gifts/Hampers A6, S$628 CNY Hamper Gift 2022/Birdnest/Abalone Gifts/Hampers A6. PHOTO: Lazada Booze Snacks Chinese New Year Hamper, S$888 Booze Snacks Chinese New Year Hamper. PHOTO: Ferns n Petals Shop Lazada, Shopee, Amazon, Ferns and petals and Nespresso.
    2 points
  31. a growing xdd needs his carbo and proteins... u all dont bully him la...
    2 points
  32. thats why the cathay family sold out for a good sgd230m. https://www.straitstimes.com/business/companies-markets/mm2-asia-to-acquire-cathay-cineplexes-for-230m-after-failed-bid-for and then the kgk new owner cannot offload the biz even with a big loss. https://variety.com/2022/biz/asia/mm2-singapore-cinema-sale-collapses-1235146324/ wahahahahahhaha
    2 points
  33. Raise funds again? How many times liao? @socrates469bc Kor kor can u go take over and manage bo
    2 points
  34. THE REMEDY OF SORE THROATS AND THE HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE OF SYRUP, HONEY, IS A KITCHEN STAPLE IN MANY MALAYSIANS’ HOMES. BUT BEFORE YOU POUR SOME ON YOUR OATS OR SPREAD IT ON YOUR BBQ CHICKEN, KNOW THAT 80% OF HONEY SOLD IN MALAYSIA IS FAKE! A series of exclusive reports by Berita Harian. The test results from a laboratory found that the artificial honey is made out of sugar, starch, and corn flour—all of which could harm consumers’ health, especially diabetes patients. Consumers must know about the danger of consuming fake honey because the manufacturing process mixes foreign materials, overheats and the standard of hygiene is poor. Such product could lead to heart diseases, cancer, and diabetes. Principal research officer of Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI), Dr. Suri Roowi found that five samples of honey bought from different merchants contained a high amount of hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF). Dr. Suri Roowi said that HMF is a natural compound of glucose breakdown in acidic condition, over consuming it could cause adverse effects on our body. “We found that some samples have no nutritional values or source of honey in them, confirming that they are all synthetic,” said Roowi. One man who reportedly consumed fake honey for the past 6 years was recently hospitalized for three months. Right now, the 64-year-old man’s right leg has an implanted rot to support his movement and his toes have yet to recover. The man, Khairil Amri (not his real name), discovered his diabetes in December last year after consuming a variant of honey called kelulut honey, which produced by stingless bees in Kedah. He took it twice a day for six years. After the diagnosed, he took the honey to MARDI to run a test because he disbelieved that his healthy diet had led to diabetes. He reported that he did not take sweet food, only a little during festive season; for beverages, he always opted ‘less sugar’ for his tea and Kopi-O. The results of the test found that the honey he took for six years was indeed a counterfeit and the news left him devastated. Khairil bought the fake honey for RM 80 – RM 100 per bottle. It was hardly his fault for believing its authenticity because some sellers would go great length to run ‘demonstration’ to prove that they were selling pure honey. They would lie to the consumers by false educating pure honey’s characteristics, such as claiming so-and-so as accurate colour, fine bubbles on the top layer, and the ‘pop’ sound you hear when opening the bottle. Do these characteristics ring a bell? Among all the variant of honey, consumers prefer kelulut honey better because it was claimed that it has higher nutritional value, thus seeing the emergence of more artificial kelulut honey in the market. Dr. Suri Roowi found that 15 out of 270 tested kelulut honey samples were artificial and didn’t contain any nutrients. In response, Ministry of Health revealed that 7 samples out of 77 honey in the market didn’t comply with the standards set under the Food Regulations 1985. Under the regulation, Health Director-General Datuk Dr. Noor Hisham Abdullah said that honey should contain not less than 60% sugar reduction (reducing sugars) and its sucrose sugar-content should not exceed 10%, as reported by Says. The health director had taken legal action against the non-complying companies and their products were withdrawn from the market. MOH urged that if consumers do find counterfeit products, please report to District Health Offices or the State Health Departments. They will continue to pay stringent attention to monitoring food safety. Any party caught producing or selling food that fails to meet Food Act 1983’s standards or specification, they would be convicted to up to five years of imprisonment or RM 20,000 fine, or both, under Section 13B(2)(e) of the act. It is the time we put these counterfeit-makers behind bars! They are making Malaysians facing unnecessary health threat. BEWARE OF FAKE HONEY IN THE MARKET, WARNS LECTURER THE public should take extra precautions when buying honey from the market, particularly those that lack labels or information on the origins of the product. “This fake honey is not only sold by the roadside but also through social media,” she said, adding that the sellers claimed that the honey they sold was pure. Munirah said fake honey could be made by mixing refined sugar, citric acid, corn starch and distilled water. According to Food Regulations 1985 under the Food Act 1983, pure honey should contain not less than 60% of reducing sugars (fructose, glucose and maltose) and its sucrose sugar content should not exceed 10%. “Honey comes from nectar gathered by honey bees, where nectar is a sugar solution with varying concentrations secreted by flowers. “From the appearance, fake honey and real honey may seem identical, especially when bottled or labelled nicely. Some may even put honeycomb wax into their product to convince buyers that the honey is pure. “However, consuming honey made from refined sugar can have serious health implications, especially for diabetics,” she said, adding that if left unchecked, it could lead to other health complications too. “There are also cases where real honey is mixed with sugar water, or honey bees fed with sugar water to hasten the honey production process. “Fake honey can also produce an organic material known as hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF), which is harmful to humans when consumed regularly,” Munirah added. Source : Berita Harian Source : The Star
    2 points
  35. kum lan kia. famous overnight. if kena check what business he do then good luck LOL Anyway saw people mentioned his car plate number cannot be found in onemotoring. not sure how true.....
    2 points
  36. You all dont be so scare lah! I sponsor u all this ..... No worry ok!!! We lim kopi i bring for u this... See this is "foresight"!!
    2 points
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