posted by Weng Wah - 荣华 at 10:36 PM | top |
Monday, January 28, 2008

If you need to make a TT, most probably you will need the following codes for the transfer.

  • Affin Bank Berhad = PHBMMYKL
  • Alliance Bank Berhad = MFBBMYKL
  • Ambank Berhad = ARBKMYKL
  • Bank Simpanan Nasional = BSNAMYKL
  • CIMB Bank Berhad = CIBBMYKL
  • CitiBank Berhad Malaysia = CITIMYKL
  • Hong Kong Bank Malaysia Berhad = HBMBMYKL
  • Hong Leong Bank Berhad = HLBBMYKL
  • Malayan Banking Berhad = MBBEMYKL
  • OCBC Bank Berhad = OCBCMYKL
  • Public Bank Berhad = PBBEMYKL
  • RHB Bank Berhad = RHBBMYKL
  • Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia Berhad = SCBLMYKL
  • United Overseas Bank Berhad = UOVBMYKL
posted by Weng Wah - 荣华 at 10:22 PM | top |
Monday, January 21, 2008

I was told not to miss Sugarloaf Mountain for my trip to Rockville. Well, i do agree with that. The mountain view is just spectacular. Feel peace and calm visiting in cold freezing winter. It's the outskirt and i dare not travel there without any GPS.

Geologically, Sugarloaf is known as a monadnock, a mountain that remains after the erosion of the surrounding land. Here, that process took approximately 14 million years. The rugged cliffs on the summit are composed primarily of quartzite, the predominant type of rock on the mountain.

The dominant tree species on Sugarloaf are the oaks of both red and white groups. These trees are being threatened by oak decline, a result of several factors of which the introduced gypsy moth is a part. Other trees include black gum, tulip poplar, black birch and eastern hemlock. The more than 500 species of plants here include a variety of wildflowers, many of which can be found blooming during the warm weather months.

White tailed deer are abundant on and around the mountain. Other mammals include flying squirrel, red fox, eastern cottontail and raccoon. The forest birds include the great horned owl, pileated woodpecker, wild turkey and red shouldered hawk. During the spring and fall, many migratory species of songbirds can be found.

posted by Weng Wah - 荣华 at 9:50 AM | top |

My plan to New Jersey was cancelled due to the bad and unpredictable weather. For an 30 min drive, i visited Frederick, an old town with old buildings and antique shops. Give me a malacca impression.
posted by Weng Wah - 荣华 at 9:38 AM | top |

I like the scenic view when it snows. Maybe it is human nature that will be more appreciate to something we do not own. Walking on the snow just like stepping on the sandy beach. However, it is damn difficult to control the car.
posted by Weng Wah - 荣华 at 11:52 AM | top |
Sunday, January 06, 2008

One person only can buy 5kg. My wife was unable to get even one of the regular cooking oil. It will be a hike in price again. :( What will happen to our economy.....

5kg buying limit on cooking oil

PUTRAJAYA: Five kilograms – that is the maximum amount of cooking oil that each consumer can buy when a move to solve the shortage of the essential item is enforced next week.

Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Shafie Apdal however did not specify when the move would be implemented to increase stocks of cooking oil, especially in areas like Kelantan, Pahang, Malacca, Kedah and some parts of the Klang Valley where the shelves are getting bare.

Scarce commodity: A customer picking up a bottle of cooking oil from an almost empty rack at a hypermarket in Petaling Jaya yesterday. The Government hopes to overcome the shortage in a week or two. — AZHAR MAHFOF / The Star
Shafie said that while manufacturers have been instructed to increase production from 48,000 tonnes to 53,886 tonnes a month, the restriction in purchase was necessary to ensure there would be no hoarding or panic buying.

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posted by Weng Wah - 荣华 at 1:00 PM | top |
Friday, January 04, 2008

posted by Weng Wah - 荣华 at 2:55 AM | top |
Thursday, January 03, 2008

Jan 02: News reported that Dr Chua has resigned from the following with immediate effect:
a) Minister post
b) MP for Labis
c) Vice President of MCA

Hot topic is who will be the next?
  • Donald Lim Siang Chai
  • Ong Tee Keat
  • Ong Kah Chuan
  • Fu Ah Kiow
Or the post will be vacant till the next election? Let's see.


posted by Weng Wah - 荣华 at 7:03 PM | top |
Tuesday, January 01, 2008

What a shocking news to begin with in the new year. I woke up receiving a link to this piece of news from KJ. Looks like the police is very keen on this issue and started their 'investigation'. He has a good impression to me though. It's not easy to be a 'good man'...... With the family support, hopefully he will overcome this period.
posted by Weng Wah - 荣华 at 11:28 AM | top |

Have a great year ahead!.......Bye-bye 2007.


posted by Weng Wah - 荣华 at 9:43 AM | top |

I like Gaitherburg, a town tells a lot of stories and feel warm visiting. There are a lot nice aged buildings. It is very welcoming and I love the train station and walking in the breeze is very relaxing and enjoyable especially in the new year eve.

The city of Gaithersburg occupies 10 square miles in the heart of Montgomery County , Maryland . The southeastern border of the City lies just 13 miles from the northwestern border of Washington , D.C. , and 18 miles northwest of the U.S. Capitol Building. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 52,613. This city is located to the northwest of Rockville, Maryland, the county seat of Montgomery County. Gaithersburg was incorporated in 1878.

Gaitherburg is home to the neo-traditionalist new town of Kentlands, Maryland, designed by Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk.

The area was originally known to local inhabitants as Log Town. The first house within the current Gaithersburg was built by Benjamin Gaither in 1802, and the name was changed in his honor shortly afterward.

The railroad was brought to Gaithersburg in the 1850s, with the Gaither family helping to get the railroad to come.

In 1899, Gaithersburg was selected as one of six global locations for the construction of an International Latitude Observatory. The Gaithersburg Latitude Observatory is (as of 2004) the only National Historic Landmark in the City of Gaithersburg.

The famous Gaitherburg's train station.

The Gaitherburg's City Hall