- Yahoo! Japan adopts Google search engine
- Give credit where it is due: Blinking eye, windshield wiper & the underdogs!
- Ajinomoto - Eat Well, Live Well
- 5 element of my life go international
- Gekkan Aragaki Yui Special photo book
- Another 1 Malaysia hog wash...
- Monster of S-21 jailed: Khmer Rouge prison chief sentenced to 35 years
- Ramadhan Bazaar, Bangsar
- Ex-engineer stays busy with charity work - Koon Yew Yin, the philanthropist!
- What Poor Taste: Dirty Harry Picks Gillard Over Abbott
- Traitor Ahmad Zahid hides the truth from Malaysians who have right to know
- MACC Loser X3! Wasting taxpayers' money! Ramli Yusoff emerged winner
- Syukur - Misi Pertama Tercapai - Bahagian 2
- Classic Motorbikes
- Tidor Dengan Bantal Lengan...(Good Info)
- Bila Pelajar2 Sekolah Di Benarkan Kawin..
- Bulu Ketiak Aku Yang Kantoi Terjojol Keluar : Kantoi Cikgu Seksi Mengajar Nampak Bulu Ketiak Lebat Masam Hangit !
- Only in Malaysia ... bcoz Malaysia Boleh !!
- Dengan RM2 buka puasa di Malaysia Negara Ku
- Fake green peas (kacang hijau)
Posted: 21 Aug 2010 02:45 AM PDT
Posted: 21 Aug 2010 01:40 AM PDT
Here's an interesting article where I also learnt that the invention of the intermittent windshield wiper was based on the blinking action of the human eye.
Want to know more about The Windshield Wiper? American Heritage has the story here.
Then, go on to read the article below:
I DON'T get to watch much television but my friend Leon did not allow me to have my lunch in peace when we met last Thursday, as he was going on and on about this movie he caught on HBO, Flash of Genius. I chanced upon it on Saturday and decided to see what the fuss was all about. Halfway through the film, which stars Greg Kinnear, I was thanking Leon.It is the true story of Robert William Kearns, or Bob Kearns, the inventor who came up with the intermittent windshield wiper. He had tried to sell his idea to Ford, Chrysler and General Motors but all three did not show any interest, although Ford had asked him to prepare a cost analysis.
Despite the rejection, these companies proceeded to install the intermittent windshield wiper which Kearns had patented. It was at the launch of the latest Ford Mustang that Kearns discovered that his idea had been stolen as the intermittent windshield wiper – which Kearns invented based on the blinking action of the human eye – became the car's main selling point.
The invention was his "flash of genius"; patent law terminology meaning that an idea for an invention could come to someone out of nowhere irrespective of his skills, experience or knowledge over the matter.
Between 1978 and 1990, Kearns fought what is arguably the most famous patent infringement case in US history as he sued Ford. His fight for justice consumed him so much that his marriage ended in divorce. The film almost accurately depicted Kearns's story, where he even represented himself as lawyers were reluctant to take on a powerful corporation and an American institution.
During the course of the trial, he was visited by a Ford employee who asked him to settle the case for US$30 million with no admission of liability by Ford. He rejected the offer saying what was more important was the recognition that he was the inventor of the mechanism. After 12 years in court, the jury found in favour of Kearns and awarded him US$10.1 million. Another suit he filed against Chrysler brought US$30 million.
Today, almost all cars in the world feature Kearns's intermittent wipers.
In retrospect, I wondered how many of us would have gone all the way as Kearns did – fighting for one's principles no matter what the cost. Perhaps in Kearns's world, he was confident enough as he had the solid backing of the US Constitution and an infallible legal system.
How many of us would have walked away from US$30 million? Life changing money which can take care of several generations if managed well?
We root for people like Kearns because everyone wants to see the underdog win. Back home we have come across many Bob Kearns. People, who fought for their principles, suffered for it and were eventually vindicated. Like the retirees who spend their days writing letters and making the long journey to Putrajaya to get their pensions and succeeding when they are near death's door.
Or the politician who went to jail for speaking up for a sexually abused girl and is today heading a state government? (By now, most if not all who follow Malaysian politics know that this person that Terence talks about is Chief Minister, Lim Guan Eng.)
The activist who faced jail for exposing abuse of detainees at a detention centre for foreigners only to have the government withdraw its case against her?
But it also brings to mind that Kearns's case is one of "lembu punya susu, sapi punya nama". Not an uncommon issue. How many of us take credit for other people's work?
The department head who gets to gloat about his KPIs and receives a prestigious award at a five-star function when it was his staff who did all the work while he was at the golf course. Or in reverse, the department No 3 who is made to face the music because someone higher up fouled up.
Look at the structures of some departments – both private and public – with all their deputy heads, assistant directors, principal assistant directors and vice-presidents gives one the impression that the top wants the title of No 1 but not the responsibilities and the work that come with it.
It is sad when giving due credit is sometimes akin to donating a kidney. Perhaps it is politically expedient for some to deny the contributions of some because it helps to maintain the natural order of things and you wouldn't want to disrupt a sensitive eco-system.
Having such an attitude is not only unfair to those wronged and uncredited, it is also disruptive to progress when people are not recognised for their skills and contributions.
Intellectual theft is not only limited to property and ideas. It is a crime when it also usurps one's passion and dilutes one's contribution to society. So yes, while there are many Bob Kearns in our backyard, how many among the likes of the Ford Motor Company that he had to battle are out there?
Posted: 21 Aug 2010 02:41 AM PDT
The first thing that you need to note is the 3A effects that generated some spillover effects on food operators. 3A is currently undergo some kind of corrections so it may not be one of those best timing to rush into buying yet despite of I think Ajinomoto is a company that we can buy and keep it forever.
Ajinomoto needs very little introduction. The core of their business is making food enhancer Ajinomoto. It has almost 80% market share in Malaysia. If you read their annual report, year after year they will mention that they raised price and some volume growth driving higher revenue.
This chart shows you the growth driver. Sales have been growth about 9% annual compounding rate. The main growth drivers are coming from Other Asian countries and Middle East. I believe it can continue to grow moderately in line with the regional prosperity growth. Secondly, Malaysia will have some advantages to produce halal foods.
Balance sheet has been very clean and strong. It has almost RM$ 56 million cash(0.92/share) and debt free. ROE around 10-12%. It's an indication they can actually return a lot more money to shareholders.
If I assume the company is going to grow roughly about 10%, applying cost of capital of 10%, based on discounted cash flow, this company worth between $ 5 - 5.50.
Let me pull out some critical stock market information that I extracted from Stock Performance Guide published by Dynaquest Sdn Bhd(This book is a must for every investor). Looking at the earning and dividend payout growth consistency , this stock has a good chance of giving total return of around 10-15% CAGR.
Disclosure: No position yet.
Posted: 21 Aug 2010 12:36 AM PDT
During lunch with my friend, all of sudden I got this idea on wanted to bring 5 elements of my life to be international recognize.
What international means? International means the readers coming from various part of the world. Places like Africa, Iran, south America etc. This also have to be balance I.e. Readers also coming from us and Europe.
I'm still planning and exploring on how to promote the blog to international...
So any idea on what I could do to step over to international level?
Posted: 21 Aug 2010 12:18 AM PDT
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 11:55 PM PDT
'Cakap tak serupa bikin'...again. The (BN) regime is out rightly conning the people with all their 1 Malaysia rhetoric and antics. And as far as the Merdeka Centre is concerned, Malaysians actually seem to be buying all this hog wash.
There it was, staring me at my face when i opened up The Star at the restaurant where i was having my breakfast...
Got back to the clinic and clicked on The Star Online to get the image above and i bumped into Najib Mahu Kepimpinan UMNO Utamakan Perpaduan on mstar. Read further here.
It intrigues me to see such blatant discrimination being practiced so openly despite all the beating BN took during the 12th GE. Even if this was an exclusive scholarship for the Bumiputeras ( by Maxis), why be so ignorant to put it on print for all Malaysians to see? ...And the you find these kind of hog wash in the Newspapers: Be careful not to hurt others, Najib tells BN leaders
It's quite obvious that the BN regime is not interested and the least bothered about the country and the people.
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 11:23 PM PDT
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 11:00 PM PDT
The Ramadhan Bazaar in Bangsar used to be a lot bigger. That was five years ago. This year, I found the selection very limited, and there were a lot of repetition -- different stalls selling the same thing.
Din Murtabak had one of the longest lines at the bazaar. Back then, a piece cost RM2. Today, be prepared to part with RM3 for a smaller murtabak. Tastewise, I didn't think it was that great. Decent, yes. Awesome, no.
I'm not a fan of the popiah basah; the chilli is too sweet for my liking. The kuih selections were disappointing. A lot of items did not look good, and they've increased the price from 3 for RM1 to 3 for RM1.20.
Pasembor is something I tend to order at Ramadhan bazaars. This tasted alright, but I hate how stingy they are with the peanut sauce.
Overall, I wasn't impressed with the variety of food available at the bazaar this year. According to my sister, the TTDI bazaar is much bigger with more interesting things.
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 10:36 PM PDT
Tuesday February 23, 2010
Ex-engineer stays busy with charity work
By CHAN LI LEEN
IPOH: Retired chartered engineer Koon Yew Yin has spent a large part of his life making others happy by giving out scholarships.
"Happiness to me is giving to others. I don't expect the recipients to thank me after they graduate.
Big-hearted: Koon, an ex-engineer who loves making other people happy by offering scholarships, at his home in Ipoh.
"All I want is a simple promise that they will help others so that my work will continue even after I have died," said the 77-year-old philanthropist who offers scholarships on www.cpiasia.net.
Since his retirement in 1983, Koon has kept busy with charity work.
He has paid for the construction of a new extension for the Salvation Army Home for orphans on Jalan Permaisuri Bainun here and gives an annual grant of RM1mil to deserving students of Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar).
Koon has also offered RM30mil to the university to build a hostel at its campus in Kampar. Needy students would only have to pay a minimal amount in rental.
"You can keep making money but there is no meaning to life if you don't know how to spend it because you can't take any of it with you when you die.
"You must use it effectively to help others and create more happiness. It's more satisfying," said Koon, who believes that education can help an entire family come out from poverty.
Koon, the third of 12 children of a coffin shop owner, grew up in Kuala Lumpur during the Japanese Occupation. "I know how poor people feel," said Koon, who obtained a government scholarship and became a chartered civil engineer. He set up Ipoh Garden Bhd with college mate Yap Lin Sen in 1962.
He is one of the founders of IJM Corporation Bhd, Gamuda Bhd and Mudajaya Group Bhd, three leading public-listed construction companies.
"Two months ago, I was invited to give a talk at a service club," he said. "I challenged each member to give up a month's salary to charity, and pledged to match their donations."
Sadly, none of the members, who were businessmen and professionals, took up Koon's challenge.
"I was shocked. I couldn't believe it. Nevertheless, I just laughed. They have not tried giving to others because if they have and felt the happiness, they would do it over and over again," he said.
Koon will be giving a talk on "The Conquest of Happiness" at the Syuen Hotel here on Friday at 7.30pm.
He will share his life experiences during the event organised by the Perak Academy.
For details, e-mail: contact@perakacademy or call 05-547 8949 or 016-551 8172.
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 10:14 PM PDT
PETPOSITIVE SAYS: THE LENGTHS to which some people would go to in order to get some publicity! First it was Paul the Octopus from Germany. Then, Mani the parakeet from Singapore. Now it's Dirty Harry, a psychic saltwater crocodile from Australia! The male croc has supposedly picked out Julia Gillard against Tony Abbott for Prime Minister in tonight's tightest elections
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 09:42 PM PDT
Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar has thrown back the penderhaka (traitor) tag at Defence Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi who, yesterday, branded Nurul Izzah as a traitor for saying in an interview with Indonesian publication Kompas, published on Aug 4, that the country's first submarine, the KD Tunku Abdul Rahman, cannot dive.
Challenging Ahmad Zahid to come clean with his ministry's spending habits, she said the real traitors were those who used public funds to pay for high maintenance costs set by anak emas (favoured) companies, and set high prices for projects or equipment purchases to line the pockets of a select few.
Nurul Izzah (below) asked in a statement, "If the defence minister is a true patriot, why did he not support the MACC probe into the over RM500 million commission payment to Perimekar Sdn Bhd in the Scorpene submarine purchase?"
On June 30, Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia revealed in Parliament that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission was investigating claims that RM575 million was paid as commission to Abdul Razak Baginda in the procurement of the French Scorpenes. The very next day, Ahmad Zahid's rejected the investigation by MACC.
Malaysians have the right to know if the country is being protected. If the sub fails to dive, isn't that a national security risk? Why is Ahmad Zahid trying to hide the truth from us?
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 08:48 PM PDT
Today, Malaysiakini reported:
Ex-CCID chief Ramli acquitted yet again
Former federal commercial crime investigation department chief Ramli Yusoff was acquitted on a charge of breaching laws that prevent civil servants from being involved in private businesses.
Second time, Ramli acquitted was on March 18, 2010.
First time, Ramli acquitted was on March 12, 2010.
My posting here: Former CCID chief Ramli acquitted - MUSA VS RAMLI, MACC VS POLICE!!
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 07:55 PM PDT
Salam to all & good day,
Hampir berapa hari aku tidak mampu nak duduk lama di depan laptop, tak boleh duduk lama, maklum la baru je aku ni berkhatan, nak kira lasak aku ni, memang cukup lasak, sampai keluar rumah pergi sana, pergi sini, akhirnya, memang betul padahnya aku dapat, boleh kira macam bentan juga lebih kurang la, tapi ia lebih kepada keadaan bengkak, sebab luka masih belum sembuh, jahitan pula dah terbuka awal, tu yang buat luka kat lapisan luar kulit adik aku ni berdarah, bleeding balik sebab blom kering dah renyah aku keje kan.
Aku terpaksa keluar sendiri ke klinik untuk dapatkan ubatan dan nasihat, nak mandi pun payah, nak berak pun lagi susah, baru aku tahu macam mana sebenarnya keadaan orang sunat ni, macam sembelih ayam, macam tu juga adik aku kat bawah ni kene potong, memang sumpah aku cakap kat sini, kalau nak sunat tu biar le masa muda-muda, ni dah masuk umur dah lanjut, makin liat nak dikerjakan, tapi kalau pakai pisau doktor tu, putus habis pun boleh dibuatnya, hehehe.....
Makan aku kene pantang, buat masa ni, udang, ketam, or sotong, benda2 yang mendatangkan kegatalan melampau dinasihatkan supaya dijauhi dahulu, kalau tidak bencana lain pula akan menimpa, sila-sila dah macam beruk tergaruk kat situ je, jangan main2, kalau makan benda2 gatal ni, boleh siksa lebih jadinya, so terpaksa le telan air liur tgk depa semua makan benda2 yang aku tak boleh makan, but what can i do, nak baik cepat, kene le pantang seribu jenis tabiat, dari seribu jenis ubatan pula nanti.
Aku sunat sekali pun tak pernah pakai kain, kat rumah aku just pakai selimut je masa tidur, keluar rumah atau pun turun bawah aku pakai track shot, kain nipis, jalan biasa le kangkang2 sikit, dah macam giant jalan, sekali sekala dah macam kingkong, aku rileks je, takda nak jerit2 sakit, muka dan dahi ni je berkerut tahan sakit, but nobody know im was khatan, because seem like normal person, control macho, padahal adoiiiiiiiiii mak sakit looooooo...aiyakkkkk.....
Hampir 2 minggu rest, syukur luka semakin kering, sakit semakin kebah, dan aku akan kerja balik hari isnin nanti, dan mudah-mudahan semua kerja tertangguh dapat aku selesaikan dengan secepat mungkin, kalau tak mampos aku nak catch up semua yg dah ke terbelakang.....speed fast, work smart not hard........
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 07:36 PM PDT
The Academy of Marketing conference 2010 had it's final dinner at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull. This was my first trip to this museum.
They have an amazing collection of classic motorbikes from different eras.
There were Triumphs, Nortons, Zeniths...
Wonder where all these British companies have gone.
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 07:34 PM PDT
Tidur Berbantalkan Dengan Lengan Suami .........
Dari bancian ke atas 10 ribu pasangan yang berkahwin (sumber kajian MOHEMA -) hanya kira-kira 45% sahaja isteri yang tidur berbantalkan lengan suami selepas 3 tahun berkahwin. Dan hanya tinggal 21.7% sahaja isteri yang masih tidur berbantalkan lengan suami selepas 10 tahun usia perkahwinan.
Tahukah kaum isteri, bahawa hormon bau phero yang di rembes dari ketiak lelaki/suami boleh mengaktifkan hormon wanita/isteri hingga mereka merasa damai dan tenang. Sebenarnya hampir 65% bau badan lelaki/suami datang dari celahan ketiak dimana kelenjar phero paling aktif.
Jadi para isteri semua, ketepikanlah bantal-bantal anda, tidurlah di atas lengan suami hingga ke pagi, hampirkan hidung di celahan ketiaknya, tidak di nafikan anda akan peroleh pengalaman yang cukup rilex dan tenang, ianya tanda bahawa bau phero suami anda sedang bertindak balas dengan kelenjar hormon anda. (pengalaman ini hanya perempuan sahaja yang tahu bertapa asyik dan rilexnya)... FAKTA.... sirius... .
Dan dari kajian itu juga menyatakan isteri yang tidur di atas lengan suami akan tidur lebih lena dan mencapai tahap 7 hingga 8 dalam tahap lena tidur.
Dan peringatan untuk lelaki/suami, jangalah shave ketiak anda togel, biarkan sedikit atau trim sikit aje bulu-bulu itu yang merupakan ejen penyebar bau phero yang di senangi wanita.
so pada isteri-isteri semua, anda semua praktikan ke tidur atas lengan suami?
Suami-suami semua, adakah anda shave licin ketiak atau biarkan berbulu?
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 07:18 PM PDT
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 07:06 PM PDT
Cikgu seksi !! Kenapa kantoi tak cukur bulu !!
Hua huaa...make sure shave bulu sebelum masuk kelas mengajar ! Kan dah kantoi bulu ketiak terjojol ! Peringatan khas untuk cikgu cikgu seksi yang suka pakai seksi dress, pakai maxi ke, pakai skirt ke, or yang mana mana baju yang takde sleeves tu ;)
Eh, bukan ada fakta menagatakan bulu ketiak tu seksi ke ? Apa pendapat korang ? Best tak kalau bulu ketiak tu dibiarkan lebat macam hutan belantara tuh ? Wakaka...bulu ketiak ku bulu ketiak mu jua...
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Posted: 20 Aug 2010 06:53 PM PDT
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 06:45 PM PDT
Dengan hanya RM2 pelanggan boleh menikmati tiga jenis lauk dan makan sepuasnya.
SHAH ALAM, 13 Ogos - Ketika adanya aduan bahawa harga makanan dan juadah berbuka puasa mula naik di kebanyakan tempat sejak dua hari lalu, di restoran Malaysia Negara Ku di Shah Alam, anda boleh makan sepuas-puasnya dengan hanya membayar RM2.
Syaratnya, pelanggan perlu menunjukkan kad pengenalan sebagai bukti mereka adalah warganegara Malaysia.
Dengan harga RM2 seorang, pelanggan boleh menikmati nasi putih dengan tiga atau empat jenis lauk dan segelas air.
Restoran Malaysia Negara Ku beroperasi di Seksyen 7 di sini, memulakan operasinya sejak hari pertama Ramadan kelmarin.
Pengurus restoran, Azahar Samat, konsep restoran Malaysia Negara Ku sebenarnya adalah untuk memberikan pendidikan kepada masyarakat tentang amalan kebersihan diamalkan serta semangat cintakan negara.
"Konsepnya macam orang dulu-dulu kerana apa yang uniknya restoran ini pelanggan yang datang perlu menunjukkan kad pengenalan sebagai bukti mereka adalah warganegara," katanya.
Restoran ini menggunakan konsep layan diri.
Antara mereka yang berbuka puasa dengan hanya RM2.
"Selepas selesai makan, pelanggan perlu membasuh pinggan yang mereka gunakan... ini sama seperti kita kecil dulu yang mana mak pasti akan suruh kita basuh pinggan selepas makan," kata beliau ketika ditemui The Malaysian Insider.
Beliau berkata konsep restoran Malaysia Negara Ku lebih kepada tempat makan, bukan restoran.
"Ini kerana semuanya dilayan sama sahaja tiada siapa yang istimewa.
"Lagipun kita membuka restoran ini adalah supaya semua orang tanpa kira latar belakang sama ada kaya atau miskin dapat sama-sama menikmati masakan di sini dengan hanya RM2.
"Kita juga sebenarnya bukan nak mencari keuntungan besar, tetapi lebih kepada untuk membantu masyarakat yang kurang berkemampuan," katanya.
Restoran Malaysia Negara Ku dimiliki oleh Datuk Zainal Abidin Awang Kechik yang mempunyai pengalaman selama 20 tahun dalam industri makanan dan mempunyai lima restoran bertaraf tujuh bintang di luar negara.
Beliau dikatakan merancang untuk membuka 220 cawangan Malaysia Negara Ku di seluruh Malaysia.
"Semenjak harga barang naik banyak restoran yang menaikkan harga makanan mereka tapi kita tidak kerana kita mahu beri peluang kepada semua orang termasuk yang kurang berkemampuan.
"Ini yang kita mahu lakukan kerana kita tahu ramai rakyat negara ini tidak berkempunan untuk berbelanja besar tapi di sini dengan hanya RM2 mereka boleh makan sepuasnya," kata Azahar.
Tambahnya, pelanggan yang tidak membawa kad pengenalan dan bukan warganegara akan dikenakan bayaran RM6 seorang.
"Kalau nak makan RM2 mesti kena bawa kad pengenalan jika tidak kena bayar RM6.
"Melalui cara ini ia secara tidak langsung dapat menanam semangat cintakan negara dan juga patriotisme," katanya.
Azahar berkata semenjak dibuka pada hari pertama Ramadan sambutan yang diterima semakin menggalakkan.
"Pada hari pertama kita sediakan untuk 100 orang tapi hari ini (semalam) kita sediakan untuk 300 orang.
"Setiap hari kita akan masak lauk yang berbeza kerana kita mahu pelbagaikannya selain tidak mahu pelanggan muak dengan lauk yan sama," katanya.
Pelanggan dikehendaki membasuh pinggan yang digunakan selepas makan.
Restoran Malaysia Negara Ku boleh menampung kira-kira 150 orang pada satu-satu masa.
"Saya rasa ini restoran yang pertama di Malaysia yang mengamalkan konsep seperti itu.
"Selain itu, kita juga bercadang untuk membuka restoran ini sehingga sahur, mungkin pada minggu hadapan," Azahar lagi.
Ia juga menggunakan sukarelawan untuk melakukan kerja-kerja memasak.
Aspek-aspek ini dilihat dapat mengurangkan kos operasi, dan menyediakan makanan dengan harga RM2 seorang.
Menurutnya, walaupun harga makanan murah, namun kualiti penyediaan makanan tidak diabaikan malah menggunakan bahan masakan berkualiti dan memberi kepuasan kepada orang ramai yang singgah.
"Kita amat menitikberatkan kebersihan di sini kerana ini adalah tempat makan, jadi semua aspek itu perlu dijaga.
"Selain itu, bahan masakan seperti beras, ayam, daging, sayur dan sebagainya semuanya bersih dan berkualiti," katanya.
Posted: 20 Aug 2010 06:41 PM PDT
Just be aware!!! Tot its good to know ya....
For those who like to eat junk food, or who are in the habit of buying junk food for your children, please take note of this. Looks like there is no "safe" food left in the market.
Green peas are green rounded pea seeds that are sweet and starchy in taste. Green peas contains twice the protein of most vegetable, so they are a healthier substitute for meat. Three quarters cup of peas provides 6 grams of protein, plus thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium and 645 units of vitamin A.
Unfortunately most of food industries in developing nations cheating the customers with fake greens peas which are prepared from toxic chemicals (dyes). These industries preparing the green peas form brown peas (cheaper) by soaking them in dye solution for overnight.
All these chemicals have been banned by US food and drug administration in 1974 itself.
Frequent consumption of fake green peas leads to colon and bladder cancer.
All these fake green peas banned in US, Canada, all European countries and other developed countries.
Identification of fake green peas:
1. Put the peas in boil water for 30 seconds, water turns to green color.
2. After consumption check your tongue to observe green color stains and light bitter in taste.
1. Stomach irritation, pain or acidity.
2. Urine turns to light green color.
3. Mild head ache.
I am a common person too and not aware of these things. After consumption of fake green peas I got stomach pain, with a little bit common sense I observed my tongue which
having green stains.
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