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Monday November 15, 2010

Millionaire undergrad enjoys the high life
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Compiled by Tan Sin Chow


A 22-year-old undergraduate owns more than S$5mil (RM11.5mil) worth of property and luxury cars in Singapore, reported Sin Chew Daily.

The undergraduate known as Ah Long said his parents bought him two condominiums worth S$2.2mil (RM5mil).

He had earlier owned a three-storey landed property worth S$2.2mil (RM5mil). The fully furnished property was bought about three years ago.

Ah Long said his parents bought him a S$320,000 (RM736,000) Mercedes Benz when he obtained his driving license.

“They later bought me another Mercedes Benz worth S$400,000 (RM920,000).

“I also have another car, a Honda, which I use to bring my dog for its grooming sessions,” he said.

The daily reported that the youth’s father owned a legal firm and had many investments in the island republic and China. His mother, a Chinese national, still worked as a senior engineer.

Ah Long said that he liked handphones and pens, adding that he had bought at least eight handphones over the past three years.

The most expensive handphone he had ever owned was a S$12,000 (RM27,600) Nokia Vertu.

He said that he also had six Montblanc pens priced between S$600 (RM1,380) and S$2,000 (RM4,600).

When asked what he wanted to do most, Ah Long said he would love to work as a “frontliner” in a hotel.

“I love to experience different things,” he said, adding that he donated S$200 (RM460) monthly to a children’s foundation and various charitable organisations.

> China Press reported that most of the 540 Chinese primary schools with less than 150 pupils each are either termite-infested or in a dilapidated condition.

This was revealed by Jiao Zong (United Chinese School Teachers Association) in its report on problems faced by the 1,291 Chinese primary schools nationwide.

The report showed that the buildings of 12 such primary schools needed immediate attention as the conditions were deemed hazardous to pupils. The daily also reported that 27 school buildings were termite-infested while another 96 school buildings were in need of renovation and refurbishment.

Other News & Views is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with the sign >, it denotes a separate news item.
 
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