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Khairil Yusof
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Attended Australian National University
Lives in Subang Jaya
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SEA filmmakers are invited to submit projects to participate in Dare to Dream, a documentary series on the dreams, aspirations and frustrations of Asian youth.
In Crossing Dreams, Dare to Dream is looking for unconventional, brave, and challenging stories that are different, and have not been told before; stories that will take place in the front of the camera about the dreams of Asian youth.
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A stray kitten decided to visit the backyard of the house today.
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Fantastic shot +Khairil Yusof love the lighting and the cookout of its eyes

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Forgot about this case. Which was why I wrote Accountable site in the first place. In short RM280M in Sabah CM account was dismissed by MACC as OK as it was for UMNO. Najib then said no need to disclose source.

This sounds awfully familiar.

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+Joshua Ong fixed. We just upgraded the server space just now.

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Buka puasa for today. Oden (おでん).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oden
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Onice. 8)

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This giant moth decided to pay a visit to my garden today. I think it's also called the Laos brown butterfly, even though it's a moth. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uraniidae
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This is what you want goverments to be doing... Not just increasing prices here and there. Bravo. 
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I think I finally got the formula right for red worms in Malaysia. Bed of dry leaves, in container with drilled holes in shade. Then constantly feed the worms with vegetable cuttings and fruit peels in one area, but just enough constantly for the amount of worms you currently have, not too much.

From several worms in a corner several months ago, I think I have like half kilogram in weight of them across the whole top layer. They now go through about kilogram of vegetable food waste a week. This should double in 2 weeks time for one container. I'm building up numbers in second container now. 
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use aged saw-dust (min 1 month old) as bed. Add fresh vegy from the top daily according to eating capacity of Red Wrigglers.
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At f7.1 and f11, I really like SEL55210 lens. It's a great complementary budget lens for the low cost a6000.
 
A stray kittens decided to visit the backyard of the house today.
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Nice.  I'm a sucker for cute cat photos.  
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Pretty much confirmed then, that +Wall Street Journal and +Sarawak Report were looking at legit government documents. If you read the recent statements by Najib and 1MDB, they're not denying anything reported by WSJ, rather denying something else entirely such as political conspiracies, not the facts as stated in the story.
Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail revealed a task force has raided three companies linked to funds allegedly channelled to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's…
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I saw a comment that read "raid is used to burn and dispose of evidence(s)" - so possibly true of the purpose of those raids

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Follow and Circle Us +Tindak Malaysia  to stay tune on our fight for fairer electoral system

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Took photo of full moon with kids with 210mm lens and a6000. I learned later that best aperture should be f11 and not f20 I was using. Still it didn't turn out too bad at lower resolution, but I lost a lot of detail.

"It looks like the Death Star, from Star Wars" - daughter.

The other way around I think, but OK...

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At least a good start.

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Asides mapping obstacles, financial constraints, limited time and lack of previous knowledge were some obstacles +Tindak Malaysia overcame during the delimitation project
When we started in July 2011, the EC was constitutionally entitled to commence the Delimitation exercise. We were under great pressure to produce the equalized maps as fast as possible as we were not sure when the EC would table their Delimitation proposals. Below here are non-mapping obstacles ...
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Education
  • Australian National University
    Economics, 1996 - 2000
  • Narrabundah College
    1994 - 1995
  • Alfred Deakin High School
    1991 - 1993
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Male
Birthday
February 9, 1977
Relationship
Married
Other names
kaeru
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Fight Injustice
Introduction
I'm working with a group of other Malaysian developers on the Sinar Project, an effort to empower Malaysian citizens by making government information more transparent and easily accessible through current web and mobile tools.

In 2004, I worked on the International Open Source Network project as part of the UNDP Asia-Pacific Development Information Programme promoting open source, open standards and open content to developing countries in this region.

In what little (if any) personal time left after spending time with my kids, I play basketball, dabble in gardening, playing keyboard and following what's happening in the different fields of design.

Explanation of my tagline.
Bragging rights
Bersih 2.0, Bersih 3.0
Work
Occupation
Programme Consultant
Employment
  • Sinar Project
    Co-ordinator, 2011 - present
  • Inigo Consulting
    Founder, Project Consultant, present
  • ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
    External Consultant, 2009 - 2013
  • United Nations Development Programme
    Programme Consultant, 2004 - 2007
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Currently
Subang Jaya
Previously
New Delhi - Moscow - Canberra - Seoul
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+60356111013
Mobile
+60163111330
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N-06-13 First Subang, Jalan SS15/4G Subang Jaya, 47500, Selangor
Great public park to take the kids out for a picnic. The kids love playing and exploring the water feature as well as the playground. You'll need a car to get here though.
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A fairly complete local aquarium that's great fun for the kids. Has a dolphin show, sessions with seals (allowed to touch) and penguins. Other attractions include feeding turtles, and small bridge to a small rocky island.
Appeal: GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Very large rooms, lots of facilities, multiple kids pool, large multilane pool. Good for families. Reasonable rates. Hotel is showing age with damp old carpets and lack of power points.
Quality: GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Serve steaks and burgers, but a meat shop and not really a restaurant. Cooked well, but simply. Best value is if you buy the kalbi slices, tongue and some cuts for home BBQ . Beef bacon and sausages to buy are not too bad either.
Public - 2 years ago
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Great place for work visits to Jakarta. Free Wi-Fi everywhere, nice rates on studio rooms with kitchen. Laundry facilities for those long stays and a great restaurant.
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reviewed 2 years ago
The food at Chinese vegetarian restaurants are usually very good, and this restaurant is no exception. Let down however by poor service. Appetizers served without chopsticks, forgetting about tea and long wait.
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