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Green Technologies - A New Future Dawns

IT'S A revolution. It's going to take over your life: home, work, community. It's going to be the new way to live, to think and to act. Welcome to the days of going green.

Just like the agricultural revolution of the 18th century that spurred the industrial revolution into the 19th century, the green revolution has the pace and intensity to touch and change every aspect of living. In a nutshell it is a paradigm shift that scientist and environmental specialists say will save the planet and assure the continuation of the species and the survival of the planet.

This green revolution, spreading like wildfire, will create a green economy through the use of green technology, green thinking and green living. Yes, it is going to be a whole lot of green.

Governments, policymakers and think tanks worldwide assure us this is the future and that anyone not on the bandwagon is surely to lose out, not only on the advantages of the emerald wave, but also because unsustainable choices will lead to the inability to sustain livelihood or existence.

10 Richest Men in Malaysia (2015) by Forbes

Tan Sri Robert Kuok Hock Nien and some local business tycoon maintain their position in the list of the Richest Individuals in Malaysia organized by Forbes.

Tan Sri Robert Kuok, 91, is the founder of the Hotel Shangri-la and his sources of wealth are from palm oil, shipping and real estate. According to Forbes, Kuok Group controls several listed companies in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.

Here are the 10 Malaysia's richest.

1) Tan Sri Robert Kuok Hock Nien

Robert Kuok, Malaysia’s richest man, raised $300 million in 2014 with the Singapore listing of his PACC Offshore Services Holdings, Asia’s largest operator of vessels for offshore oil & gas exploration. His Kuok Group controls a slew of listed companies in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore. The Chinese Malaysian tycoon made his fortune in sugar, palm oil, shipping and real estate. A big source of wealth is a stake in palm oil giant Wilmar International, which is run by nephew Kuok Khoon Hong, a Singapore billionaire. Robert Kuok also controls Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post, once the world’s most profitable daily newspaper.

Total current assets: US $ 11.3 billion (RM40.8 billion)
The main companies: Kuok Group / Kerry Group
Sources of wealth: Palm oil, shipping and real estate

A Review of ViralURL

So you have finally stepped into the world of making money online. You too, like the others, have decided to start with the affiliate programs. Also, you must have heard that it's not a big deal to make good money with affiliate marketing, provided you choose the right programs and do some strategic planning while promoting your affiliate products. So far so good.

Whether you are promoting other people's products or promoting your own products - that doesn't matter because after all it is nothing but your own business and your means to earn good money. So whichever be your case, I am sure you would not want to leave money on the table and invite others to steal your share of profit.

Buying your First Home

IF YOU have a steady income, and you already own a car, then buying a house is the next important milestone. To some people buying a house may signify financial success, it also allows you to exercise your independence as an individual, or as the head of a family.

However, to some people, it may seem like a complicated process. If you are new at buying a property, here are some ideas how to make a good decision.


1. Save for the down payment. Buying a house implies making one of the biggest financial investments of your life.

Apart from having a stable job in hand and a good credit history, you need to have saved up enough money to pay the down payment for the house.

It is also advisable to start reading about how exactly mortgages work. To choose the most suitable loan, you must first know the structure, laws, terms and conditions, associated with each of the available options.

10 Reasons Why You Should Consult a Dietitian

A DIETITIAN is an individual who has completed a four-year degree programme and a minimum 800- to 900-hour attachment with a local hospital during training. He/she would have studied food nutrition, biochemistry and other related subjects.

In short, a qualified dietitian is a health professional, and food and nutrition expert.

Dietitian is a professional trained in translating the science of food, nutrition and medical nutrition therapy.

They are responsible and accountable for patient care, and are equipped with the knowledge and skills to conduct nutritional assessment, diagnosis and prescribe medical nutrition therapy, provide dietary consultation for the treatment of diseases in both acute and chronic care.

Most dietitians work in hospitals but they also work in universities, governmental agencies, health departments, health clinics, pharmaceutical companies, food companies, schools, weight management clinics, media and in private practice.

Depending on where they work, they are involved in the formulation of policies, protocols, clinical practice guidelines, planning and implementation of programmes to support healthcare needs of the population.

Libraries : A Rich Source of Knowledge

By Anushia Kandasivam ; NST

LIBRARIES have existed almost as long as civilisation. The first libraries in the world were archives, consisting of published public records - commercial transactions and inventories. Societies soon started keeping standardised practice texts for scribes, copies of religious teachings, records of discoveries in science, lists of words, and bilingual vocabularies.

A modern library contains books of history, literature, science, philosophy and everything in between, including fiction. A good one will contain public records, sound and video archives, and electronic documents. A great one will run reading and learning programmes for the public, helping to guide its members on their quest for knowledge.