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Investment Course In Tower Regency

It was a half day course in Tower Regency and I was more than pleased to attend the so-called "How To Save And Invest" course. 
Beautiful deco at the lobby of Tower Regency
We attended our Investment course here in this Regency Ballroom....
We were the early birds...
Nothing nice about the doorgift.. just a recycle bag...
and breakfast was served at 10am with just
some plain fried noodles and one type of dessert...
disappointed...cos I was very hungry by then..
During the interval, I walked around and took some pictures...
some greens to soothe the eyes.....
I wonder what building this is....till now I cannot imagine... 
maybe it is the hospital quarters....
Nothing attractive actually... well, as I said, just to pass time.....
and after half hour or so, the Investment course resumed...
By the end of the half day course, 
I wonder what I have "absorbed"...
Practically nothing... LOL...

Comments

  1. err, so did you pay for the course or it was sponsored by your company??

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  2. By your title, I thought you are going to share some investment tips. This is actually a training from your company?

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  3. sk: no need to pay... we were invited to go..


    andrew: not training but a briefing on how to save and invest...

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  4. At least you are one of the invited ones. Never mind...

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  6. I love to attend courses when I was still in school.

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  7. Gosh, looks like the course is a lost cause...too boring? Were there many people attending?

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  8. Practically nothing because you have learnt almost everything that you need to know about investment on your own. :)

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  9. Anyway it is just a half day course. Beautiful flower arrangement.

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  10. Wahhhhh!!!! So much money to invest kah? Come, come, invest a bit here! Hehehehehehe!!!!

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  11. Hahhaa...maybe only absorbed the food, Claire.

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  12. angeline: yeah..no complaints.. hahaa..


    wenn: oh you love it? I dont really.. :)


    ginny: yes, almost the chairs were occupied..

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  13. tekkaus: are you kidding?? hehehe..

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  14. irene: i like it too.. :)


    stp: invest in the Sibu food, u mean? hehee..


    ling: forever smart!! :)

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  15. oi....u go there makan only ah?

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  16. well at least you have something to spend time with

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  17. chris: makan also not nice la..


    mecoy: yeah.. taking pictures..

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