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Take the plunge to self-employment

Take the plunge to self-employment
By Zan Azlee

Arif Rafhan, a close friend of mine, recently quit his full time job at an IT company where he was also a partner in to concentrate on, of all things, doodling.This is a person who has an extraordinary mutant-like talent for drawing and art but had been fully and gainfully employed for more than ten years in a field totally different. 306 more words

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The economics of happiness

The economics of happiness
By Zan Azlee

Here’s an economic formula or algorithm for you to ponder on:

Discovered by the Nobel prize-winning economists Gary Becker and Luis Rayo from the University of Chicago, it proves that humans can never make decisions that lead to happiness. 288 more words

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The Fat Bidin Podcast (Ep 20) - Uh oh! Are we being seditious in this episode?

This week, the Azlee brothers talk about sedition and they actually interviewed some people too… Zan spoke to a couple of journalists while Aizyl spoke to some idiots! 7 more words

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Ben Affleck, the super hero

Ben Affleck, the super hero
By Zan Azlee

It seems the Muslim world has a new hero in the form of a tall, handsome, charismatic Hollywood actor and celebrity by the name of Ben Affleck. 253 more words

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I'm now a public transport commuter

I’m now a public transport commuter
By Zan Azlee

I may have lamented last week on how I should be taking public transport to save a bit of money and also to create a little bit of relaxation and stimulation for my mind.So guess what? 222 more words

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Yes to no petrol subsidy

Yes to no petrol subsidy
By Zan Azlee

Talks have been rife about the increase in petrol price which was announced recently (right before the tabling of the national budget!). 213 more words

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I pray Malaysians won't start self-censoring their thoughts

I pray Malaysians won’t start self-censoring their thoughts
By Zan Azlee

A few prominent people who have been either arrested, charged or investigated under the grand old Sedition Act 1948 in the country these past few months are a cause for concern. 247 more words

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