Internet Marketing

Alvin Cheong on November 27th, 2011

When someone says time flies, I can literally relate to that. I’d just found it hard to believe that I have being happily “unemployed” for 11 long years. Why is it only now that this reality has finally sunk in? Well, it was just like very recently that I’ve left my job to be a […]

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Alvin Cheong on October 8th, 2009

Had a privilege to visit the St. Nicholas’ Home (SNH), Penang for the visually impaired with Penny Leong yesterday (7 Oct 09). We met up with the home’s Executive Director , Mr Ooi Chee Khoon who happened to be my ex-colleague and good friend. The main objective why we were there was to explore ways […]

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Alvin Cheong on October 2nd, 2009

It has been 1.5 years since the free Internet Marketing (IM) Program was started in June 2008 and nothing has so far been documented on this community service. So I thought maybe I should write something about it especially when we have just started 2 new groups (G10 & G11) on 28/9 and 29/9/09 respectively.

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I know this is a very controversial topic to discuss. Recently The Star has published an article of parents being abandoned by their children and families in the hospitals and old folks homes. And since then, there have been a lot of debates almost daily from both sides of the fence. Some said that children […]

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Alvin Cheong on June 30th, 2009

It has been undeniable that in our society especially in countries like Malaysia, the disabled have not been properly taken cared of. Everything right from the basic amenities to work opportunities for these less fortunate groups are being overlooked. To the general public, these people do not exist and that is truly a very sad […]

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