4 Malaysians in Forbes Asia's philanthropy list : All Malay

EXCLUDED incumbent Barisan Nasional Kota Baru Member of Parliament Datuk Mohd Zaid Ibrahim is one of four well-known rich Malaysians picked as heroes of Forbes Asia's inaugural philanthropy list.

The other three generous Malaysians are businessman Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Albukhary, 56, retired Sarawakian politician and businessman Leonard Linggi Tun Jugah, 67, and Hishamudin Ubaidulla, 52.

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Compared with this list also from Forbes(dated May 2007) where richest Malay was numbered 7th in the list. I wonder where are the others gone especially the non-malays one.

See, who say malays got no money? =P Ya ALLAH,bagilah penulis blog ni ada dalam list ni satu hari nanti, AMIN. Thanks coz praying for me..huhu..

Only three things can change the world
1. Religion - see how Islam changed the world
2. MONEY - no MONEY no talk
3. Politic - before talk about changing the world,lets change Malaysia first in this coming election!!

What make me choose nanotechnology?

Its already more than a month since the last time i've updated this blog. When most other blog is suddenly turned into political blog because of the coming election, I don't feel like writing anything involving politics in this blog. Dont ask me why =P . however,for those looking for politic and election, I would like to share my google reader page link which I compiled all my favorite news feed or just subscribe to this feed with your feed reader (please..please..please..im not saying which side I am, just if all mainstream media is on "N" side why dont we open our mind with reading from "A" side media.

In this post I just want to share how "sexy" electronics especially nanotechnogy can be:

The Nokia Morph is a flexible, two-piece concept device that can adapt its shape according to the task its user wants it to accomplish. Thanks to nanotechnology, Morph can sense its environment, harvest solar energy, and also clean itself automatically.

Featured in The Museum of Modern Art “Design and The Elastic Mind” exhibition, the Morph concept device is a bridge between highly advanced technologies and their potential benefits to end-users. This device concept showcases some revolutionary leaps being explored by Nokia Research Center (NRC) in collaboration with the Cambridge Nanoscience Centre (United Kingdom) – nanoscale technologies that will potentially create a world of radically different devices that open up an entirely new spectrum of possibilities.

from nokia via geek are sexy

Ok..time to study my microelectronics!!!