Friday, February 18, 2011
It has been fifteen years since construction first started in Putrajaya. For the first ten years, most developments have been for government office buildings and government residential quarters.
Over the last five years though, one is able to witness commercial office developments come on line. And this trend looks set to continue.
As the development of government buildings come to a tail end, and especially as the population size of the city continues to rise, the private sector has finally got Putrajaya on their radar.
This is surely a sign of the city maturing. For it is now capable of attracting private commercial investors big time. Well, almost.
I am sure that it won't be long before Putrajaya will be able to give KL a run for its money and boast its own beautiful, high-rise commercial buildings. When that happens, MNCs (multinational corporations) will be making a bee line towards Putrajaya...so eat your heart out KL.
For now, Putrajaya already has its first four skyscrapers - albeit in the form of government ministry buildings.
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Sempena Karnival Wow! Putrajaya, suatu pameran sedang diadakan di Presint 2 Putrajaya bertemakan 1 Dekad Kecemerlangan Putrajaya.
Karnival serta pameran ini berlangsung dari 11 hingga 13 Februari 2011, iaitu sempena sambutan Bulan Wilayah Persekutuan.
Thursday, February 03, 2011
It's been a hectic week at Anfield as the Reds welcomed Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll to the club.
Not to forget, the Reds also booted out want-away Torres for a record fee of £50m to Chelsea. That’s more than a 100% profit out of what we paid for him in the first place.
Thank you very much Abramovic for the big ang pow!!
And it seems that all the hardwork in the January transfer market has started to pay early dividends too.
Suarez required just 16 minutes after entering the action as a second-half substitute in the match against resilient Stoke last night to find the back of the net on his Reds bow. Talk about a dream debut.
Afterwards, Dalglish revealed the 24-year-old has not even had the opportunity to train with his new teammates as Liverpool awaited the completion of paperwork on his transfer from Ajax on Monday. But already he seemed to have adapted seamlessly into the team.
Once Suarez gets into training with his fellow Reds, I’m sure he will go from strength to strength as he settles into Anfield life.
And who needs Torres?
Today Syafiq, my second child, turns 20.
My, how time flies.
Seems like it was just a while back that I used to ferry this cute little boy to and from his youchien (Japanese kindergarten) in Tsukuba. Now, he's a strapping young man studying to be a landscape architect at a university.
Happy birthday Syafiq, my boy. And all the best in your future undertakings.