Jho Low’s gift: This is what a see-through piano looks like…

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Photograph: Crystal Music Company/Daily Mail

This is the sort of piano that Tanjung Bungah boy Jho Low reportedly gave to supermodel Miranda Kerr in 2014. Another photo of the piano here.

You can get a glimpse of the piano in Kerr’s Malibu home at 0:21. But I wonder why they don’t show the whole piano eh?

Current price price for such pianos? US$170,000 to more than $1m.

I suppose you could say this “invisible” piano is a reverse metaphor for the missing funds in some of our state-owned or state-managed funds. Think of 1MDB, Tabung Haji, Felda…. ie on paper, it looks as if everything is there, but in reality, when we look closer…

We are waiting for Umno-Pas to protest against all this mismanagement and corruption.

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Cygnus Knight
Cygnus Knight
13 Dec 2018 12.32pm

YB Sim should take note: Uber chief executive officer Dara Khosrowshahi and Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings are among the latest investors in Bowery Farming Inc, a two-year-old start-up that uses robotics to cultivate crops indoors. The New York-based company plans to announce on Wednesday that it raised US$90 million (S$123.5 million) from investors led by GV, formerly Google Ventures, said Bowery’s co-founder and CEO, Irving Fain. The company declined to provide its valuation. Bowery is part of a new crop of agriculture technology start-ups growing leafy greens in controlled environments near cities. Last year, Plenty, a San Francisco-based vertical… Read more »

glissantia
glissantia
14 Dec 2018 1.52pm
Reply to  Cygnus Knight

This is something Japan and EU are anxious to work out due to aging polulation. Despite about 20 years of experiments, there is no major product apart from small, leafy greens. No one has demonstrated that LED lights (and electricity) or sunlight conducted to the lower floors of a building are anywhere close in efficiency to single-level farming including greenhouses and rooftops. It is another case of a billionare fantasy – like protecting themselves when society collapses.

Cygnus Knight
Cygnus Knight
14 Dec 2018 7.04pm
Reply to  glissantia
Smity
Smity
18 Dec 2018 2.10pm
Reply to  Cygnus Knight

Better grow vegetables as business if your degree is mismatched from industry needs. Soon China will not export its vegetables to feed its own people.

Black Mage
Black Mage
12 Dec 2018 11.38am

the missing funds in some of our state-owned or state-managed funds. Think of 1MDB, Tabung Haji, Felda…. ” all because of Creative Accounting.

Now we begin to wonder if the yearly dividend of 8% from Amanah Saham Bumiputera is derived from legal means.

tunglang
tunglang
15 Dec 2018 7.42am
Reply to  Black Mage

I used to wonder how Bank Simpanan Nasional could managed to give away Mercs as monthly or yearly prizes to account holders in the past. Is it practical marketing within the blue accounting to survive? And these banks have tight security of Polis personnels which no banks in Malaysia are so rich to engage!

Xie Huang
Xie Huang
16 Dec 2018 12.34pm
Reply to  tunglang

Likely shift assets from one Bumi institution to another for creative accounting dressing up the numbers?

Cygnus Knight
Cygnus Knight
18 Dec 2018 7.54pm

1MDB: Malaysia’s extraordinary financial scandal
https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/12/18/1mdb-malaysias-extraordinary-financial-scandal/

A good summary.

tunglang
tunglang
13 Dec 2018 7.58am

We all can see thro’ 1MDB’s fiasco but PAS & BeeEnd still cannot.
Not even when multiple charges were thrown at MO#1!
‘Cash Is King’ indulgence can keep one quiet?

Yaz
Yaz
14 Dec 2018 12.24pm
Reply to  tunglang

(They) rob Tabung Haji, FELDA, FELCRA and many Malay dominated organisations, yet not a single Malay has come out to condemn them for cheating the Malays. Yet they keep condemning the Chinese for small things and even distort facts.!

Cygnus Knight
Cygnus Knight
14 Dec 2018 6.49pm
Reply to  Yaz

Zahid Hamidi faces a total 46 charges – 11 counts of CBT involving RM20,833,733.69, eight graft charges amounting to RM21,250,000 and 27 money-laundering charges totalling RM72,063,618.15.

https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/12/14/zahid-hamidi-charged-with-another-cbt-offence-involving-rm10mil/#6bqoVFRa0DOuwjMA.99

A new entry to the Malaysia Book of Record?

Smity
Smity
18 Dec 2018 2.11pm
Reply to  Cygnus Knight

Zahid will get credit for the death of Umno.
Najib only play assist for this own goal!

tunglang
tunglang
15 Dec 2018 7.35am
Reply to  Yaz

If this is a ‘perfect’ race culture, then only they themselves are to blame.
The fact speaks for itself. Wrong leadership almost always bring disasters.
Now you know why bogeymen are so popular in their psyche – spiritual or political!

Cygnus Knight
Cygnus Knight
12 Dec 2018 1.43pm

Why Malaysia Has To Oppose The ILS Of Seletar Airport Singapore
https://youtube.com/watch?v=sRrEfUoFnhg

Singapore please Don’t play play with Anthony Loke!

tunglang
tunglang
12 Dec 2018 7.44pm
Reply to  Cygnus Knight

As far as I can surmise, it’s intentional of SingLand using ILS to limit growth below the flight path over Johor. And who would not oppose such an intrusion which not only create problems for Malaysia, but also the inevitable noise pollution.
In the event of a plane in problem, the first area of risk of disaster will be Pasir Gudang.
Q: Why SingLand can make the ILS flight path over their own territory?

tunglang
tunglang
13 Dec 2018 12.14am
Reply to  tunglang

Correction:
Q: Why SingLand can’t make the ILS flight path over their own territory?

Xie Huang
Xie Huang
16 Dec 2018 12.33pm
Reply to  tunglang

SingLand had it easy for a long while when dealing with Liow TL. Singapore’s Khaw BW (ex-Chung Ling guy) cannot intimidate Loke easily.

Wei
Wei
13 Dec 2018 11.20am
Reply to  tunglang

hehe…why busy body ..stick to penang issue enough lar…LOL