Touch N Go RFID Fitment Centres Are Closed

Touch N Go RFID Fitment Centres Are Closed We all know that Touch ‘n Go RFID tags will be priced at RM 35 for purchase at fitment centres nationwide from 15th February 2020. As usual, Malaysians are ‘last minute’ kings so everyone is rushing to the nearest Touch ‘n Go RFID Fitment Centres before the deadline. Guess what? All Touch ‘n Go RFID Fitment Centres are closed from 12th to 14th February 2020. We didn’t do our Touch ‘n Go RFID yet and wanted to fix it today since we print...
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Crackdown against VPN usage in Kashmir

by Safwat Zargar, for Crossposted with permission from Internet service providers in the Valley are asking customers for written undertakings saying they will not access VPN applications. Army personnel allegedly check the phones of youth for VPN apps. The 17-year-old boy from South Kashmir’s Kulgam district has a smartphone but he does not […] ...
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25 Essential Job Search Tips for Immigrants

by  WES Advisor Are you looking for a job in the United States or Canada? Find all of the job search tips you need to succeed, all in one post. Below, we collected the best advice from our experts and the WES Advisor archives. Whether you are actively looking for a job or just researching your options in North America, these tips can help you achieve your goals.  PREPARE FOR YOUR JOB SEARCH Start by taking stock of your abilities. Do you lack any skills that could prevent you fro...
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Opinion: North Bay is finally in the immigration game.

By:  Don Curry Those coming to North Bay, and 10 other communities under the new program, are not coming to take someone’s job. They have to have a job offer but for the employer to make that offer he or she has to demonstrate that advertising did not produce a Canadian citizen or permanent resident qualified and willing to do the job' North Bay will get some new immigrant residents this year, as it does every year. But starting this year some will come in under a new program, the Rural and...
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Aila confirmed to head DHHL, first person in Hawaii is quarantined in coronavirus prevention, bill would prohibit Red Hill fuel tanks, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Coffee beans on drying floor in Ka'u ©2020 All Hawaii News all rights reserved Hawaii Lawmakers Are Showing A Little Love For Kona Coffee. A bill that would require coffee labeled with a Hawaiian name contain at least 50% Hawaii-grown beans has so far faced no opposition. Civil Beat.Aila confirmed as head of DHHL. William Aila won confirmation as chairman of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands on Monday by a 21-3 vote of the state Senate. He will serve through Dec. 21, 2022. Star-Advert...
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Travel Sri Lanka Tips – 5 Things You Need to Know

Known as “India’s tear”, Sri Lanka is a country that has a lot to do. From beach and mountains to surfing, diving, and chaos, all within the same island. Are you looking for adventures? Sri Lanka will not disappoint you , and here we will tell you why. Polonnaruwa y Anuradhapura: to enjoy cycling These cities declared World Heritage by UNESCO, are ideal for traveling on two wheels because of distances allow it, and you can stop to observe the beautiful stupas, Buddhist statues, and perfe...
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One Major Issue With the Holiday Inn Andorra Which I Had Was…

I drove approximately 214 kilometers for two hours and 45 minutes from the international airport which serves Barcelona to be in Andorra — about which I eventually intend to write an article pertaining to my experience — and decided to stay at the Holiday Inn Andorra hotel property for one night back in 2018. After checking in at the front desk... The post One Major Issue With the Holiday Inn Andorra Which I Had Was… appeared first on The Gate.
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Singapore braces for plunge in visitor arrivals this yearSingapore braces for plunge in visitor arrivals this year

STB chief predicts a decline of up to 30 percent
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AirAsia appoints auditor to probe bribery allegationsAirAsia appoints auditor to probe bribery allegations

BDO Governance Advisory to work with independent committee
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KY eats – Teow Chew Fishball Noodle at Restoran Mei Keng, Off Jalan 222

Restoran Mei Keng is one of my routine Sunday pre-futsal breakfast stops, located just off Jalan 222, the restaurant occupies the other corner lot on the same row of shop lots that also houses the more famous Ahwa Hokkien Mee (night) Mei Keng kopitiam, off Jalan 222 I’ve decided to give the Teow Chew Fishball noodle stall a try. My reasoning was simple, if they are confident enough to deep fried that big bunch of fish paste, it must be at least decent. Like most places, you get to choose fro...
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Fog Day

Today I woke up to fog and not just any fog dense fog. The window screens and sill were wet the balcony was wet and I could just barely see the dunes out my window. This put a slight hitch in my plans as the ferry was not running at all visibility fo
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How to learn the basics of Mandarin

There is no language in the world as widely spoken or as ancient as Mandarin. With a written history dating back more than 3,000 years, Mandarin is the oldest written language still commonly spoken today, with around 917 million native speakers throughout the world. But despite its commonality, the potential for heinous mispronunciation and a complicated writing system has made Mandarin a notoriously difficult language to learn. This reputation is undeserved, however, as many people will find...
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Final Day in Costa Rica

Our final day in Costa Rica found us once again on the bus traveling to San Jose. We returned to the same hotel we have been to twice before the Studio Hotel. After getting to our room and freshening up we walked to the nearby Italian restaurant for lunch
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Taiwan’s Cycling Route #1

I had two weeks off and wanted to bicycle through another country’s landscape. I yearned for pleasant weather and safe streets. Hotels must be affordable. The food should be delicious. As the father of a young child, I needed to call home whenever I wanted. And finally, I wanted a bike path that was long, scenic, and far-flung. Putting these things together, I set my sights on Taiwan. Taiwan Cycling Route #1 is a network of trails that circumscribe the entire island, for a total distance of 6...
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Rain and Flowers

I was in the neighborhood of Bon Marche, a rather upscale department store, and dropped in to have a look. They often have interesting decorative installations, such as Christmas trees hanging from the ceiling this December and they did this time too. The pretty exterior. Those white balls up at the top represent rain drops which open into flowers. Getting ready for Spring I guess. These were in a window. It looks like they are floating for some reason but they weren’t. Maybe ...
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The 19 Beauty Products an Editor Can't Travel Without

I don't know if it's harder to pack my clothes or my makeup when I go on vacation. Even getting ready for work at the gym in the morning feels like a challenge; I inevitably end up leaving the lip color I want to wear at home. When I travel, I like to go carry-on only, which means my makeup bag can't be too large or too heavy. Talk about a challenge. After a lot of flights and multiple overstuffed cosmetic cases, these are my picks for on-the-go beauty. It goes a little something like this. Mul...
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Best singles cities in the US

Singles tend to view Valentine’s Day like losing football teams view the Super Bowl — a tradition they’d rather forget, perhaps even despise, yet would totally embrace if circumstances were slightly different. Well, being single on Valentine’s Day — or any day, for that matter — doesn’t have to be a bitter experience. There are hundreds of cities all across the US ideally suited to the single lifestyle. Whether your goal is to find your spouse, a steady relationship, or a string of emotionall...
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Bikini-Clad Tourist Arrested In The Maldives For Breaking Islamic Law

A roundup of the most important stories of the day. I keep you up to date on the most interesting writings I find on other sites – the latest news and tips. Continue reading Bikini-Clad Tourist Arrested In The Maldives For Breaking Islamic Law...
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Travel salaries, Arbitrip, ATPI, and Global Travel Group
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A misty forest in the far west of Tokyo

Distance-wise, the far west of Tokyo is only a couple of hours or so from the capital’s more central districts, but in contrast to the crossings and crowds the city is famous for, it looks and feels like a completely different world.
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Manuel Antonio National Park

After breakfast this morning we had a short ride to the Manuel Antonio National Park. This is a very small park along the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. We did a walking tour of the park walking in to the beach where we had several hours to enjoy the beac
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Back to Africa Lake Burunge Tented Lodge

It's less hot here in Tanzania than I had hoped. The people who live here wear down jackets warm hats or hoods it must feel quite chilly to natives. And there has been lots of rain sporadic downpours that have so far arrived for us at convenient times
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The Discovery Artists Announcement for Bluesfest 2020

Australia’s most awarded music festival, Bluesfest Byron Bay today delivered yet another mighty lineup addition to this year’s bumper lineup adding “new discoveries”, local legends, Indigenous stars and a deep blue’s groove to move the soul. With this year already being touted as the year of the guitar it’s also going to be known as a year of discoveries – the talent on the bill this year if just outstanding! JUST ANNOUNCED: HARTS plays HENDRIX MICKI FREE HERE COME THE MUMMIES DAMI IM – MORGAN...
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Great Train Journeys - The Blue Train From Kandy To Ella, Sri Lanka

One of the most iconic ways to travel Sri Lanka is via train. There's no more famous train journey here than the blue train from Kandy south towards Ella. There you'll find incredible views as the train climbs high to tea country and once you disembark, have afternoon tea, naturally!
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Joshua Tree National Park Rose Bowl Hollywood

December 7 2019 we left Lake Havasu City for 29 Palms California to explore Joshua Tree National Park. The drive was desolate and in several areas you could see forever. We drove through more desert surrounded by mountains. I was very excited for our nex
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Ocean and Forest

Breakfast at the hotel proved entertaining as the Howler Monkeys join us by breakfasting in the trees nearby. One never knew when they would show up.Once again we choose to take the optional tour hoping for some wildlife sightings. It was a short rid
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Marriott Eliminates Elite Telephone Reservations For Silvers and Golds Without Notice

Add this to the list of changes Marriott has made to the brand new program since launch, that is negative for affected members and that members weren’t notified about. Now when Marriott Bonvoy Silvers and Golds call, it seems, they are no longer elite. Continue reading Marriott Eliminates Elite Telephone Reservations For Silvers and Golds Without Notice...
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Oil prices rise about 1%, up from 13-month low as virus cases slow - Reuters

Oil prices rise about 1%, up from 13-month low as virus cases slow - Reuters:Oil prices rose about 1% on Tuesday, up from 13-month lows as the number of new coronavirus cases slowed in China, easing some concern over the potential for lengthy oil demand destruction.The death toll surpassed 1,000 on Tuesday, though the number of new confirmed cases fell. The epidemic may be over by April, said the Chinese government’s top medical adviser on the outbreak.Brent crude LCOc1 settled at $54.01 a barre...
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Upscale Hospitality at the Riggs Washington DC Hotel

In the shadow of the Capitol, contemporary luxury accommodation that reference a storied past Situated inside the illustrious, nationally registered Riggs National Bank building, which was built in 1891, the aptly named Riggs Washington DC hotel (open as of last week) nods to the property’s storied foundation without succumbing to kitschiness or architectural constraint. With 121,000 square feet to work with, the Lore Group (known …
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