Are you young, and beautiful, and interested in being a model and at the same time winning 10,000USD prize money? Here's your chance. Lookoftheyear is looking for beautiful people like yourself to join their contest.
This unique, online beauty contest is open to everyone. Give readers the chance to vote for you. Just send in your pictures and you stand to win the 10,000USD prize and who knows, you may be what the modelling agencies are looking for.
The contest is divided into four categories and there will be one winner in each category. The categories are:
Girls 14-19; Women 19+; Boys 14-19; Men 19+
Each month, a top 10 list is published for each category.
Lookoftheyear.com will publicize the 4 winners of 2008 on the 31st of December 2008. Who knows, you may be one of the four winners! Come on, send in your pictures!
People take up all kinds of hobbies either to pass time or to indulge in their passion with the latter paying off in great dividends either in cash or in kind.
Most hobbies are commonplace such as stamp-collecting, knitting or painting. Very few people take up a hobby such as rare coin-collecting, more specifically gold coin collecting.
If you are into rare gold coin collecting, you may want to check out Monaco Rare Coin, which is part of the Monex family of companies and they are a trusted leader in precious metals investments for nearly 40 years. They have the finest rare coins available and through Monaco you have immediate access to a wide range of investment-grade coins. Besides, if you require other selections of coins, they can be acquired on short notice.
Malaysia's National Park or known as Taman Negara locally, is a popular tourist resort. It is situated in the west coast state of Pahang. Here are two articles on how to get to Taman Negara and what to expect when you are there.
Come next Saturday, the TAG (Touch 'n Go) card will be as good as cash when you buy a burger or a doughnut.
The card will be accepted at 21 fastfood outlets in the Klang Valley including A&W, Burger King, Dunkin’ Donut, 7-Eleven, Carrefour hypermarkets, Caltex convenience stores and Cineleisure.
This is under a pilot scheme for usage of the TAG card for retail purchases other than a toll, public transport and parking paying device. This supports Bank Negara's move for a cashless society.
Todate, 4.5 million cards have been issued, of which 50% are considered active, being used at least once a month.
The plan is to increase the number of retail outlets accepting the card by 20 a month and ultimately to have more than 150 such outlets. Consumers need not worry about extra or hidden costs involved as there will be none.
The card can be topped up to a value of RM1,000. If card is lost or stolen, you can just report it for card to be deactivated and replaced with the remaining value.
Not only will adults benefit from this cashless spending, children will also benefit with this one card that can be used for public transport as well as for meals. Definitely, a move in the right direction.
Some days, Kuala Lumpur, like any other cities, has the most spectacular of skies, just like yesterday's. The setting sun over KL was like a bright orange egg-yolk that lit up the sky. It was blinding to see, yet fascinating.