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LGE 的贡献受到大学的认可

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发表于 12-2-2019 02:28 PM 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
junsheng 发表于 12-2-2019 06:24 AM
做华人有什么 requirement?

大部分華人拿 RM 50,000 出来读书应该不是问题吧?
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发表于 12-2-2019 02:30 PM | 显示全部楼层
華沙論賤 发表于 12-2-2019 02:28 PM
大部分華人拿 RM 50,000 出来读书应该不是问题吧?

大部分应该是吧
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发表于 12-2-2019 02:30 PM | 显示全部楼层
華沙論賤 发表于 12-2-2019 02:26 PM
RM 50,000 都拿不出的華人,很难置信

你到拉曼大学问那些学生,有多少个是可以拿出RM50K的?



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发表于 12-2-2019 02:33 PM 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
FundMania 发表于 12-2-2019 06:30 AM
你到拉曼大学问那些学生,有多少个是可以拿出RM50K的?

拉曼一年学费加生活费都多过 RM50K 了啰
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发表于 12-2-2019 02:34 PM 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
junsheng 发表于 12-2-2019 06:30 AM
大部分应该是吧

可能 @FundMania 是少数特例吧
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发表于 12-2-2019 02:36 PM | 显示全部楼层
華沙論賤 发表于 12-2-2019 02:33 PM
拉曼一年学费加生活费都多过 RM50K 了啰

4年不就要 RM200K++?
比我这里的私人学院还贵,你吹大了吧。
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发表于 12-2-2019 02:43 PM 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
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发表于 12-2-2019 02:50 PM | 显示全部楼层
華沙論賤 发表于 12-2-2019 02:43 PM
如果不是本地人,一个月房子租金不用 RM 1000++++? 一年下来租金就 RM12K+++

学费要 RM20K - 30K 总要 吧?

还有饮食应酬 一年下来也要 RM10K 吧?

一年 RM50K 差不多

我家离开Sunway - Subang 不到半小时。住家吃家,生活费可以省多少?
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发表于 12-2-2019 02:57 PM 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
FundMania 发表于 12-2-2019 06:50 AM
我家离开Sunway - Subang 不到半小时。住家吃家,生活费可以省多少?

一年下来至少一万
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 楼主| 发表于 12-2-2019 05:52 PM | 显示全部楼层

实在好笑, 先前有人说: 一个会计师那里有资格做财长, 会计是管帐簿的,财务懂吗?后来看到学位是BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS 又改口,不是会计师工会的, 做什么财长?
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 楼主| 发表于 12-2-2019 05:55 PM | 显示全部楼层


我国历年来有多少个财长是会计师工会的?

麻烦列出来看看

鸡鸡是不是?   嗯嗯嗯!  
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 楼主| 发表于 12-2-2019 05:58 PM | 显示全部楼层
FundMania 发表于 12-2-2019 12:35 PM
现在问题是【阿英哥】是chartered accountant吗?曾经或依然是?
MIA不能证明这个吗?
眞心不明白,专业资格的都那么难查吗?




听说而已, 他多年前因为坐牢被取消了。
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 楼主| 发表于 12-2-2019 06:08 PM | 显示全部楼层
老马,华哥,鸡鸡是会计师工会的?
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 楼主| 发表于 12-2-2019 06:26 PM | 显示全部楼层

List of Monash University Notable alumni:

Politics and government
Daniel Andrews – 48th Premier of Victoria
Kevin Andrews – former Australian Defence Minister
Louise Asher – former Deputy Leader of the Victorian Liberal Party
Jim Bacon – former Premier of Tasmania (did not graduate)
Adam Bandt – Federal Member of Parliament for the Australian Greens; first Green elected to Federal Parliament at a general election
Boediono – former Vice President of Indonesia
Sue Boyce – Australian Senator
Andrew Brideson – former Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Helen Buckingham – former Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Anna Burke – politician, former Deputy Speaker of the Australian House of Representatives
Elaine Carbines – former Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Peter Cleeland – former Member of the Australian House of Representatives
Jacinta Collins – Australian Senator
Ann Corcoran – Member of the Australian House of Representatives
Peter Costello – longest-serving Treasurer of Australia; former Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party of Australia
Simon Crean – Australian Minister for Trade; former Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the ALP
David de Kretser – medical researcher; former Governor of Victoria
John Delzoppo – former Speaker of the Parliament of Victoria
Richard Di Natale – Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator for Victoria
Robert Doyle – former Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the Victorian Liberal Party; former Lord Mayor of Melbourne
John Elferink – Northern Territory Shadow Treasurer
Peter Falconer – Member of the Australian House of Representatives
David Feeney – Member of the Australian House of Representatives
Jeannie Ferris – Australian Senator
Gail Gago – South Australian Minister for Environment, Conservation and Mental Health
James Gomez – Singaporean politician and academic at Monash
Alan Griffiths – former Australian Minister for Industry and Resources
Peter Hall – Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Alistair Harkness – Member of the Parliament of Victoria, political commentator
Carolyn Hirsh – former Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Rob Hudson – Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Dennis Jensen – Member of the Australian House of Representatives
Gary Johns – former Special Minister of State, academic
Michael Kroger – Liberal Party of Australia powerbroker and businessman
Norman Lacy – former Minister for Arts and Minister for Educational Services
Albert Langer – political activist
John Langmore – former Member of the Australian House of Representatives; Director of Social Policy and Development at the United Nations; academic
John Lenders – Victorian Treasurer; Victoria's longest-serving Finance Minister
Lim Guan Eng – Malaysian politician; current Finance Minister of Malaysia
Hong Lim – Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Tony Lupton – Member of the Parliament of Victoria; Secretary of Cabinet under John Brumby
Julian McGauran – Former Australian Senator
Marlene Moses – diplomat, Foreign Minister of Nauru
Lauren Moss – Member of the Northern Territory Parliament
Simbarashe Mumbengegwi – Foreign Minister of Zimbabwe
Janice Munt – Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Brendan O'Connor – former Australian Minister for Home Affairs and Employment, now Opposition Cabinet member
Gavan O'Connor – former Member of the Australian House of Representatives
Neil O'Keefe – former Member of the Australian House of Representatives
Clare O'Neil – Member of the Australian House of Representatives for Hotham; former Mayor of the City of Greater Dandenong; youngest female mayor in Australian history
Martin Pakula – Attorney General of Victoria
John Pandazopoulos – former Victorian Minister for Employment and Major Projects
Kay Patterson – former Australian Senator; former Minister for Health
Chris Pearce – Member of the Australian House of Representatives
Sue Pennicuik – Greens Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Victor Perton – former Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Inga Peulich – Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Robert Ray – Australian Senator; former Defence Minister
Peter Reith – Executive Director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development; former Defence Minister; former Minister for Workplace Relations
Gordon Rich-Phillips – Shadow Victorian Finance Minister
Tony Robinson – Victorian Minister for Consumer Affairs and Gaming
Bill Shorten – Federal Opposition leader, Member of the Australian House of Representatives; former National Secretary of the Australian Workers' Union; President of the Victorian ALP
Helen Silver – public servant; Secretary of the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet
Adem Somyurek – Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Sharman Stone – former Australian Minister for Workforce Participation, former Shadow Minister for Immigration
Kirsty Sword Gusmão – political activist; former first lady of East Timor
Murray Thompson – Member of the Parliament of Victoria
John Thwaites – former Deputy Premier of Victoria; Minister for Environment, Water and Climate Change
David Vigor – Australian Senator
Nick Wakeling – Member of the Parliament of Victoria
Don Watson – speechwriter to Paul Keating, author
Graeme Weideman – former Victorian Minister for Tourism
Dean Wells – former Attorney-General of Queensland; Minister for Education and Minister for the Environment
Steve Wettenhall – Member of the Parliament of Queensland
Greg Wilton (1955–2000) – Member of the Australian House of Representatives
Michael Wooldridge – former Australian Minister for Health and Chairman of UNAIDS
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 楼主| 发表于 12-2-2019 06:26 PM | 显示全部楼层
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发表于 12-2-2019 06:30 PM 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
傻佬,有没有关马来西亚人淋事咩?国人只是关心诚信问题。
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 楼主| 发表于 12-2-2019 09:06 PM | 显示全部楼层

鸡粉难道觉得鸡哥比LGE 更有诚信?
果然是死忠粉
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 楼主| 发表于 12-2-2019 09:11 PM | 显示全部楼层

LGE 坐牢没RENEW MEMBERSHIP , 那就代表没诚信了?
牵强了点吧!
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发表于 12-2-2019 09:12 PM 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
鸡哥诚信一番
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发表于 12-2-2019 09:15 PM | 显示全部楼层
有就show就对了
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