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Dear Air Asia,

1.) I’m a fan of your CEO.

2.) It has been 10 years since I last set foot in Cebu. And for this very important sort of “homecoming” trip, I made sure that most, if not all, about it will be significant and memorable. 1,535 more words


On This Day In Baseball History: December 5, 1990

Toronto Blue Jays trade first baseman Fred McGriff and shortstop Tony Fernandez to the Padres for second baseman Roberto Alomar and outfielder Joe Carter. Both Alomar and Carter were instrumental in the Blue Jays back-to-back World Series titles in ’92 and ’93, with Carter, of course, hitting the game 6 series winning walk off in ’93. 13 more words

On This Day In Baseball History

Cooperstowners in Canada: Rod Carew

Without Rod Carew, Tony Fernandez probably wouldn’t have recorded more hits than any other player in Toronto Blue Jays history.

Fernandez, who rapped out 1,583 hits with the Blue Jays, idolized the Panama-born Hall of Famer and modeled his batting stance after him. 929 more words

Fernandes: AirAsia does not owe MAHB any arrears

AirAsia has been in the woes for the last few years, is it an opportunity to get into the low-cost carrier? Find out here for the latest coverage on AirAsia. 8 more words

Weekly Digest

RIP, Players Falling Off the 2007 Ballot

Today we finish off our most active election when we killed off fifteen and elected one in 1981. On Friday we elected five. And today we have obituaries for eleven more, three of whom – Eric Davis, Tony Fernandez, and Jose Canseco – seemed like they might have been headed for greener pastures. 1,203 more words

RIP, Obituaries Of Players We're No Longer Considering

AirAsia's "Spokewoman" Done It Again

On 26-1-2015 Tony Fernandez, the CEO of AirAsia issued a press statement that AirAsia was abolishing fuel surcharge for its flights.  BK Sidhu, the Star Business Editor, went on an overdrive to assist in the spinning of the said announcement to put AirAsia in the good light during this particular period.  853 more words

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Indonesian Military Called Off Recovery Of Wreckage of AirAsia QZ8501

On 27-1-2015 the Indonesian military called off efforts to recover the wreckage of an AirAsia plane that crashed into the Java Sea last month, after failing to find any more bodies inside the fuselage. 788 more words

Wee Choo Keong