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Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by little_bird, Jul 26, 2007.
Winning one cup doesn't really qualify them for a Dato' title though.
No need the title, no use. Money is more important.
They received over what they deserved.
1 OF Thomas cUP HEROES even become the kaki botol and kaki perempuan....
Off topic :
Foo Kok Keong though lives a very down to earth lifestyle. The Star interviewed him a month or 2 ago. Other than being ambassador for Fusion Excel, he's just like any other uncles. Too bad he didnt want to be coach(that's what I heard).
Anyway, Rexy got his PR status which is easier for him & family to live in Msia. And he reportedly said very happy to stay in Msia.
Thats when fortune comes at a sudden, and they dont know how to handle,thus ruin their lifes...
In the case of The Fighter, its pity....
hmm...dato...u are too humble...hmmm...is that kuan meng heng is the father of ah beng???
Rexy's statement over his life in malaysia is actually goes straight to my heart.It is nice,isnt it?He could be hypocrite or anything he wants to be.
But i feel great about his statement.
And Foo Kok Keong,we seems rarely talking about him recently.
guees what..i dont even remember his looks now.Show me any of his pic,it is a luck if i can have it right.
Heard about him just few years ago,people dont bother him.i do the same.
Here you go. Manage to find the I/C standard size only...
Good one dato.
where do u find that picture?
My computer cannot support KKK's picture, too 'BIG'
It took Han Jian 8 application, 10years to get a PR.
Why Rexy can get 1 application, 2 years to get?
Han Jian Help msia win the thomas cup 1992...
he got his PR after he go public about the failed 7times... If not he will still fail.
Double standard for China & Indonesia?
Rexy getting too much from the gov on what he deserved.
Different times ...
What, his head or his bling?
Han Jian is Chinese whereas Rexy is Malay....
Thats True... my staff who is a Chinese from China but married to a Malaysia is still not a PR. She needs to apply for some special VISA and still trying to apply for PR. And she has been staying in Malaysia for many years. I jokingly told her the other day to convert and she might get the PR faster. No offence for the Muslims or Malays here. But that is just how the system works at the moment.
I've heard from some people that there are alot of non-skilled worker from other Muslim country get their PR much faster and easier than those who are skilled workers who are from China and other non muslim country. And that is very sad.
Try this: convert to muslim, get your PR, and convert back to whoever you are.
you are not allowed to convert, under the Syariah Law, to other religions if you are a Muslim (in Malaysia).