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Doctorpreneur Series: Property Investor Dr. Victor Gan Exclusive Interview

By Ian / November 29, 2018

I had the honour of being probably the first to interview up and coming Malaysian property expert – our very own Dr Victor Gan. For those of you who are still in the dark, Dr Victor is an active property investor who shares nuggets of property investing wisdom at his FB page and has gained quite […]

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Bluecoins App Review – Best Android Expense Tracker App

By Ian / November 8, 2018

In my journey of learning about managing my own finances, I learned that recording my transactions is important to gauge my spending pattern. Apps have played a rather important role by helping me record everything I spend on.  I have used so many expense tracking app over the years but none have withstood the test of […]

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How to register a business in Sarawak: A step-by-step guide

By Ian / November 2, 2018

After running around trying to register my own enterprise, I finally understand why there are not that many new businesses springing up here compared to West Malaysia. It’s because it’s so darn hard to get a business up and running and most people wouldn’t know how to do it.  Before this I’ve been trying so hard […]

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A Stroll through Sarawak’s Very Unique History: The Brooke Rajahs

By Ian / October 28, 2018

 If you didn’t know already, this event was held as part of What About Kuching 2018 which is drawing to a close. I had the chance to attend the event yesterday at Fort Margherita. For the uninitiated, there is actually a new gallery inside the restored fort which has been in operation since last year. Aptly […]

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Happy Bunch Review: Honest Experience from a Guy

By Ian / October 23, 2018

If you’re looking for a way to send flowers to your loved ones just by sending your orders online, look no further – I believe this may just be the best option out there. Read my review of Happy Bunch to find out more!Affordable Flowers with Same Day Delivery in Klang ValleyHappy Bunch started off from […]

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Life after quitting housemanship – a what-if scenario

By Ian / October 19, 2018

It’s easy to think quitting housemanship is the solution to all your problems.  I’m not here to tell you about my experience about quitting housemanship. This post aims to help guide your thinking process if you are on the verge of quitting. See, life after quitting housemanship wouldn’t be as rosy as you think. There are many […]

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GetFood App Review

By Ian / October 14, 2018

Recently Kuching welcomed another addition to its food delivery app scene with the arrival of GetFood app.  Now we Kuchingites have plenty of options to choose from!According to this report from Borneo Post, GetFood app is owned and operated by Wahh Innovations Sdn Bhd with support from iCube Innovation. They promise to deliver under 35 minutes […]

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B2B Finpal Review

By Ian / October 8, 2018

After trying Fundaztic and Funding Societies Malaysia, I’ve decided to try out the rest of the P2P operators in Malaysia. Next in line is B2B Finpal. Read on for my review of this company.B2B Finpal ReviewSignup ProcessThe whole signup process is not that complicated but I found it a bit tedious. After the usual online […]

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World Press Photo Exhibition @ WAK2018

By Ian / September 30, 2018

I covered another event during WAK 2018 and this time I found myself trudging along the wet field of Padang Merdeka on a cool Saturday morning.World Press Photo 2018 happening on Padang MerdekaWorld Press Photo is an international photography contest that was started in 1955 by a group of Dutch photographers. Since then it has […]

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What About Kuching 2018 Food Safari

By Ian / September 30, 2018

What About Kuching 2018 included a new event called Food Safari which is currently being held along Jalan Padungan. The organisers are Meritin Hotel and Batik Boutique Hotel.Lots of hidden artwork for you to explore along the street. Jalan Padungan takes its name from what was back then the largest Malay village in Kuching. The […]

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