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« on: February 22, 2018, 12:05:01 AM »
nangatol na pod ahong tudlo. kay dugay nang wa ko ka suwat ug hit like my first epic. the one and only story of balong. kining ahong estorya mao lang gihapon ug style pareha sauna. gamay nga tinuod dugangan ug daghang botbot. kay parable man ni. gusto ko mag bilin ug pag tulon-an para sa tanang nag sunod naho. kamong mo basa niini kamo na lay judge. kong tinood ba ni or dili. pero sa tanang motoo ug mo sunod sa ahong pamaagi ahong garantiya ninjo, kong unsay injong pangitaon seguro ninjong makit-an sa iningles pa SEEK and YOU SHALL FIND


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« Reply #1 on: February 22, 2018, 06:17:24 AM »
kadtong naka subay sa the one and only story of balong, mao to ang sinugdanan sa ahong kinabuhi. gikan sa kina pobrehang pobre kay unsaon nga anak man ta sa pobreng o***, mi asenso ko gamay, gamay lang gud.mao nga sa tunga tunga sa ahong kinabuhi inyong na basa ang how i made a million dollars.  kay gikan sa maribojoc, bohol diin ako ma tawo, mi lagbas ko sa america ug mao ni ahong gibuhat hangtod karon. i am a day trader. nag buy and sell ko ug stocks para pamugas, ug dili lang bugas, pakapinan pa jud ug ginamos, kay dinhi sa states, wa kay ma iliw nga pagkaon kay nia may daghang filipino store dinhi. ug gusto ka mokaon ug pareha ug amerkano, mahimo gihapon, tungod kay niining ahong pangita, mapalit naho bisan unsa pay ahong gusto. hasta ako dili makatoo nga ingon ani na ahong gi abot. kay sa nag pojo pa ko sa maribojoc, dili gani ko ka antigo mo drive. kay lagi wa may ika palit ug kotse. pag birthday sa ahong anak nga dalaga, gihatagan naho ug bday gift, buick verano car. tiaw mo na, yano yano lang ug hatag ug kotse. aho mong patanawon ug pictures. mi adto ko sa bank of america ug nag withdraw ug dolyar para ipalit ug kotse

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« Reply #4 on: February 22, 2018, 06:27:36 AM »
lami ning naa tay kwarta oi. ayaw mo katoo anang mag sulti nga dili importante ang kwarta, mga senor ug senoras, senyoritas ug senyoritos wa na intawon ang barter system karon. to go on with our lives smoothly, we need to have money. many peoplw will say that money is the root of all evil. no it is not. unsaon man nimo pagka buhi ug wa kay kwarta. naa ka mag pojo sa syudad. ang ang man ug darohon na nimong karsada. so my dearest friends, read this incredible edible oil story of mine and i will guide you on the road to riches

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« Reply #5 on: February 22, 2018, 06:44:15 AM »
sa dula sa chess, miabot na ko sa end game. sa kinatomyan sa dalan nga ahong gisubay, i found the pot of gold at the rainbow. wa ko kahibaw nganong na ingon ani ahong kinabuhi. tingali na tsambahan lang. i am already riding into the sunset of my life ug aho mong sultihan nga wa damha nia na ko niining kahimtanga. perte na jod nahong daghana ug kwarta by ordinary standards. but compared to bill gates i am only a beggar. because money is a relative thing. for example ikaw nga nag basa ani, kong naa ka sa pinas, dako na ug value ang $100. kay 5 mil pesos naman na. para naho ang $100 sinsiyo lang. tip lang na sa waitress ug mo kaon ko sa restaurant. pero ug gwapa doblehon. $200. naa na poy ma soya naho, tawagon ko nga fool, i dont care. di na ko mangita ug away. i am a happy man. ingon ani lang jud ko. kong paminawon nimo hambogero. pero ug ako poy pa sultihon, dili man ko hambogero. nag sulti lang ko sa tinood. to continue w/ our story, we project ourselves into the future.

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« Reply #6 on: February 22, 2018, 10:21:11 AM »
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An indepth look at the Dh25 billion Sharjah Waterfront City.
(Photo by M Sajjad/Khaleej Times)

'Sun Island' consists of 231 villas ranging between three, four, five, and six-bedrooms.
Phase 1 of the Dh25 billion Sharjah Waterfront City project is on track for completion, with the handover of 321 villa units scheduled for 2019.

Speaking to the media on Tuesday morning, officials from Sharjah Oasis Real Estate, the developer of the project, say that construction work is progressing steadily on 'Sun Island' - one of the eight natural islands that make up the 60 million square feet development. Phase 1 involves the completion and handover of 321 residential units ranging between three, four, five, and six-bedroom villas on Sun Island.

"More than 50 per cent of the units in Phase 1 have been sold, which is a reflection of the confidence that people have, not just in the development, but in the property sector in Sharjah," said Sultan Al Shakrah, chief executive officer of Sharjah Oasis Real Estate Co.

"After the launch of the first phase, we have quickly received some very good feedback from the market. Prices for the villas in Phase 1 of the project start from Dh2.5 million and go up to Dh8 million. Much of the investor demand right now comes from Emiratis, as well as from investors in KSA and the rest of the GCC, and Indians and Pakistanis."

Al Shakrah also said that the construction on the whole development will be completed in six phases, and that construction on the second phase will begin by the end of this year. Sharjah Waterfront City consists of eight natural islands connected to each other, and is a mixed-use development that includes villas, commercial units, shopping malls, a water park, hotels, and a marina. Phase 2 of the project will include the construction of several commercial units, as well as two hotels.

Completion of the whole project is currently estimated between 8-10 years, but the CEO clarified that market conditions were going to be a key factor. "However, we have a target of completing all the vital project infrastructure by 2021, because without the proper infrastructure in place there is no project."

Al Shakrah also highlighted how the property sector in Sharjah has been developing over the past 20 years.

"The good thing about the property market in Sharjah is that it is stable and we are fully supported by the government of the emirate as well as the private sector," he said. "We believe in having the right product at the right location. What is unique about this project is that it offers direct sea views; there are a limited number of projects in the UAE that offer such stunning beachside views."

He also noted how the project will ultimately help the emirate of Sharjah in achieving its tourism visitor target in the coming years.

"By way of hospitality offerings, we are also interested in bringing in four and three-star properties, in addition to our five-star offerings. We are also interested in developing resort and leisure offerings for visitors. The Crystal Lagoon water theme park is designed by Jack Rouse Associates, and will be bringing 38 rides that have never been seen before. Families that are interested in enjoying all the rides can expect to have 2-3 days of fun in the water park."

Currently, over Dh3 billion worth of infrastructure work has been completed on the project, including two power transmission and distribution plants, built with a cost of Dh250 million to ensure an uninterrupted supply of up to 700MW of electricity.

"I am pleased to announce the completion of Dh3 billion worth of infrastructure works within Sharjah Waterfront City, including the removal of 12 million cubic metres of sand to dig 3.5 metre deep canals with a width spanning between 100-300 metres to create eight islands within the landscape, that helped us to create 20 kilometres of new coastline and beachfront properties," said Sheikh Abdullah Al Shakrah, chairman of Sharjah Oasis Real Estate Co.

"As part of the infrastructure projects, we have moved and installed five million tonnes of rocks to create breakwater and marina quays and the protection of water channels, in addition to the construction of bridges, roads and power transmission and distribution plants, which cost Dh250 million," he said.

Mohamad Chadi Itani, media and marketing consultant at Sharjah Oasis Real Estate Development, noted that upon completion, the project will boast 1,500 villas and townhouses, 95 mid-rise and high-rise towers, 14 hotels and serviced apartments, and 800 berths for boats and luxury yachts in the marina.

"The 95 towers will be for residential and commercial use," he revealed. "The 14 hotels will be a mixture of four and five-star properties located along the beaches. We have signed a joint venture with Dusit, as well as with Kempinski for two of the hotel properties. There has also been a great amount of interest from various schools, universities, and hospital groups in the development."

"In terms of population, we expect to see up to 150,000 people in the area including residents and visitors," he added. "The development is like a small, self-sustaining city by itself. There are going to be three shopping malls, one of which will be one of the biggest in the emirates and offer a unique mixture of retail, leisure, F&B, and entertainment offerings."

The shopping mall will not only serve the residents of the community, but also visitors from the rest of the emirate and neighbouring emirates such as Ajman and Umm Al Quwain. The developer also has plans for an internal tram network that will provide an easy access for residents and visitors. Entertainment and leisure offerings are also expected to bring in visitors from the neighbouring emirates such as Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Officials at Oasis Real Estate say that they are already in talks with the Dubai RTA to provide water taxis that will ferry visitors between the two emirates.

- rohma@khaleejtimes.com

 

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« Reply #7 on: February 22, 2018, 10:25:32 AM »
Dh25 billion is about $7 billion US.....paspas ang construction projects sa dubai karon kay gi andam para sa dubai expo 2020.

unsa may kalabotan sa dubai sa kaagi ni balong.

atangi ang hinam kulba nga sumpay. just follow my story ladies and gentlemen and you will not be disappointed

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« Reply #9 on: February 23, 2018, 06:44:52 PM »
Category  International Registered exhibition
Dates  20/10/2020 - 10/04/2021
Theme  Connecting Minds, Creating the Future
Expected visitors 25,000,000

World Expo 2020 will be held in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, between 20 October 2020 and 10 April 2021. The Expo site, which will cover a total of 438 hectares, is located in the Dubai South district, near the Al Maktoum International Airport.BIE Member States elected the UAE as the host of Expo 2020 during the General Assembly of 27 November 2013, and Expo 2020 Dubai was formally registered at the General Assembly of 25 November 2015.Expo 2020 Dubai is being organised under the theme ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’, with this being expressed into three subthemes: Mobility, Sustainability, and Opportunity.

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Palestinian Radwan Al Tamimi, left, arrived in Dubai at the age of 17 and moved to Abu Dhabi, where he set up a seafood kiosk on the Corniche. One day Sheikh Zayed stopped by and encouraged him to take his dreams forward, giving the young entrepreneur a vision, money and a utilities licence. He also gave him a nickname, and so Bu Tafish went on to open a boat restaurant and a chain of restaurants in the city. Courtesy Bu Tafish

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« Reply #11 on: February 23, 2018, 07:06:21 PM »
After four gruelling nights as a stowaway escaping the conflict in Palestine, 17-year-old Radwan Al Tamimi landed in a place where he would get a new chance and a new title – Bu Tafish.

“Sheikh Zayed named me Bu Tafish,” says Mr Al Tamimi proudly.

“I prefer people calling me by that name. Do you know why he gave me that title? It’s a long, long gone history.”

Now 70, Bu Tafish admits that his memory is not what it was. But one event he recalls vividly is his first encounter with the founding father, Sheikh Zayed.

In the dining room of the restaurant on Abu Dhabi’s Hamdan Street that carries his name, Bu Tafish pauses for a moment to collect his thoughts about his struggle to flee Palestine in the early 1950s and how he survived in a new land.

“I, along with other migrants, managed to escape Palestine,” he says. “We met another 200 immigrants in Iraq and resumed the journey.”

In those four harsh days and nights on a ship, all they could see was the sky and the ship, overloaded with people and cargo. “That’s it,” he recalls.

The journey seemed a matter of life and death. At the end of it, the teenager found himself in what seemed like a barren land, called Dubai.

There were only a few Gulf Arabs living in the city in those days. “The majority consisted of Iranians, Pakistanis, Bengalis, and Indians,” he says.

Eventually he found a job as a delivery boy in a restaurant called Al Oumara. Shortly afterwards, he applied to work in Abu Dhabi.

A Jordanian businessman was recruiting people for his new restaurants in the capital. Back then, people needed a visa to work there, and Bu Tafish says he is a man who abides by the law.

Finally, his dream of working in the capital came true.

“I worked in Al Quds restaurant for another short term,” he says.

“Then I thought of opening a small kiosk on the outskirts of the Corniche.”

Little did he know that the mobile kiosk, attached to a tricyle, would be the starting point of a new journey.

Located in what was then called the Al Kaser area, next to a roundabout on what is today the site of the Etihad Towers complex, he furnished the enterprise with a few chairs and sun umbrellas.

“I used to sell coffee, tea, egg and jam sandwiches.”

The Corniche was undergoing major construction at the time and so one day, Sheikh Zayed passed through the area and saw the young man selling from his kiosk.

“He stopped the vehicle and hopped out,” says Bu Tafish. People flocked to greet the Ruler of Abu Dhabi, and Sheikh Zayed shook hands with everyone. He was particularly inquisitive about the small business run by Bu Tafish.

“When His Highness approached to shake hands with me, I got really scared” he says with a laugh, admitting that he had begun the kiosk without seeking permission from the authorities.

At first he feared being reprimanded for running an illegal enterprise, but those first few moments with Sheikh Zayed were the start of a new chapter.

“Sheikh Zayed asked about my background,” he says.

He told Sheikh Zayed that he was Palestinian and “tafish”, someone who had grown so tired of problems in his homeland that he decided to leave.

His repeated use of the word inspired Sheikh Zayed to give him the nickname.

“Then the late father began to praise Palestine and spoke highly of it and its people. You know, the beautiful gems that fell from his mouth should have been written in gold letters. He was the epitome of humbleness.”

Sheikh Zayed admired the idea of the kiosk, but thought the young man should think bigger.

“He advised me to expand the food chain and do something exceptional for Abu Dhabi,” he says. “I promised to bring his vision to actuality.”

Sheikh Zayed helped him with finances for the expansion, and gave him three days to turn his small business into something bigger. He ordered a licence to provide water and electricity to the young entrepreneur.

“Before departing, Sheikh Zayed told me he would visit me after three days to see if I had used the money wisely,” he says.

“I kept the promise and began the expansion gradually with the help of other people.”

Although three days was not quite long enough to fulfil such a big dream, Bu Tafish did win the admiration of Sheikh Zayed.

“I longed to establish a floating boat restaurant, which was popular in Egypt and Lebanon.” he says. “I always asked God to help me start something similar.”

In Jordan, he knew that floating restaurants did well on the Red Sea coast at Aqaba, attracting tourists. “I wanted to start a similar concept in Abu Dhabi.”

The first restaurant he opened was called Sindbad the Sailor, in Al Bateen. Later, he changed the name to the Flower Beach Restaurant and then to Golden Beach.

None of the names were particularly popular, leaving him with another challenge to overcome. After two years, the owner of the building told him that it was time to pack up.

“I welcomed the news and did what I was ordered to do,” he says.

In 1968, he decided to try again, calling his new restaurant Bu Tafish, the name he was known by. It was a turning point.

The authentic seafood dishes and the ambience attracted many leaders to his place, including Sheikh Zayed, a regular customer.

The Ruler also gave him the secret ingredients to perfect a popular Iraqi grilled fish dish called Masqoof.

“Sheikh Zayed was not only an expert on food, he was an expert on life,” he says.

“Sheikh Zayed visited us frequently. He was a simple man. His favourite appetiser was Palestinian-style lemon juice. He would eat modestly and talk to people in a friendly manner.”

On entering the Hamdan Street branch of Bu Tafish, the city’s oldest seafood restaurant, diners get a feel of eating in a floating boat surrounded by maritime trappings.

Today there are five branches of Bu Tafish, including the recently opened branch in the newly revitalised Al Bateen Marina.

“You see Allah’s power,” he says. “I was ousted in Al Bateen decades ago. Look what Allah compensated me with. Bu Tafish is back to its birthplace.”

“Praise Allah. I live a peaceful life. Whatever I have today is from Allah followed by my parents’ prayers and Sheikh Zayed’s support.”

Asked about his success, he whispers: “Do you know I failed four times in Grade 1? Like people say in Palestine, something good came out of me.”

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« Reply #12 on: February 23, 2018, 07:15:31 PM »
hihihihi. nag lami na ug sugod ning atong nobela. kining estorya ni bu tafish, mao mao ra ni sa nahitabo sa ahong pagumangkon, si EPIFANIO MONCADA III. si epi anak sa ahong maguwang, si manang bebe. she is the oldest of our siblings. na minjo sija ni epifanio moncada jr. mao nga ang ilang anak nahimong the 3rd. in many ways, similar ang kaagi namo ni epi. adventurer ni siyang tawhana, just like me

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« Reply #13 on: February 23, 2018, 07:25:13 PM »
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mao ni ang ahong pagumangkon nga si epi. playboy sad ning bata-a liwat naho. lopig lang ko kay gwapo man, ako porya gaba, maot nawong. daghan ko ug tsiks kay daghan man ko ug kwarta. of course ma attract man jud ang mga baje nimo basta pono imong bolsa. bisan unsa nimo ka ngil-ad ug dagway, mahimo kang gwapo sa ilang pag tanaw. arng arang jud hinoon ug hitsura ni si epi, gwapo jud sija sa totoo lang mao nga dugokon ni sija sa mga baje. sa gipanganak ni si epi, sija ray laki sa ward sa hospital. polos baji ang ubang bata. ug sa dihang gi bunjagan sija, polos baje gihapon ang dungan nija ug bunjag

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« Reply #15 on: February 24, 2018, 01:05:21 AM »
mao ni ahong pagumangkon. this narrative is my story and his story. kay nag ka lambigit kami karon. pareha mi ug kaagi. agwanta ug lisod hangtod miabot ug kahayahay. nag libod soroy karon sija sa asia. as i told you. he is an adventurer like me. koyaw ni siya ug mga barkada. mga cars nila dili ordinaryo. pang mayaman. lambhorgini, ferrari, maserati. ako maka afford man pod ko aning mga kotseha pero its not my type. naa lang koy kagang kagang nga toyota happy na ko. pero kini sila kay mga bata pa man. they are enjoying themselves. usa nija ka barkada perteng daghana ug kwarta. ipanghatag lang. kay stockholder man sa company sa iyang daddy.  the dad is a billionaire. the owner of the largest real estate company in the middle east. atong sugdon ang otography este biography sa ahong pagumangkon from the very beginning

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« Reply #16 on: February 24, 2018, 01:16:38 AM »
grabe ning ahong mga estorya. dili katoohan. it's up to you reader to judge. nag istorya lang ko sa tinood, gamay nga tinood pakapinan ug daghang botbot. para mo lami ang story ba. di mo ganahan mo basa ug way lami ang estorya. but im pretty sure daghan mong mosubay niini. kay i fancy myself to be a storyteller. himasa man gud ko ug pocketbooks, polos action and adventure. pila ka libo ning ahong collection of books. mo palit ko ug brand new nga tag $20. mo palit pod ko ug 2nd hand nga book for $2. its all the same. kay ang libro di man jud ma daan.

so the appropriate title of this epic novel you are reading would be not the road to riches but

              The Story of BALONG and TATA EPI

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« Reply #17 on: February 24, 2018, 07:09:05 AM »
dugay pa ni mahuman. 2020 is still a long way away. at the dubai expo 2020 everything will happen nga daku ug kalabotan sa atong sugilanon. di pa nato ma seguro unsa ang umaabot sa ugma. ang tanan naa sa kamot sa GINOO. kay di nato ma tag-an anus-a bawion kining hinulaman natong kinabuhi. kong togotan man sa GINOO buhi pa si balong anang panahona, then our story will unfold. the road to riches will open, ang dalan nga ahong subayon abre na. and i will be sharing every moment of the journey w/ all of you. naa na koy daghan kaajong kwarta sa pagka karon. more than i will ever need. kay pila ra guy atong kinhangan para mabuhi ta. naa tay pagkaon sa matag adlaw, naa tay balay nga ka pasilongan, bastante na kaayo na. but i have been a searcher all my life. seek and you shall find. 100% sure ko nga inig abot na anang higayon, makit-an na naho ang ahong gipangita. riches beyond my wildest dreams. i have planned for all this my entire life. i can do it. ride on with me so you will know what this is all about. be patient in following my story. hinay hinayan nato ug rewind balik sa sinugdanan

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« Reply #18 on: February 24, 2018, 07:21:03 AM »
kadtong naka subay na sa ahong otography the one and only story of balong familiar na sa ahong kaagi. namat-an naho ang kahayag sa kalibotan thru the eyes of the very poor. but i did not know unsa ko ka pobre hangtod nga natilawan naho unsay kinabuhi sa datu. because right now i am living the life of a very rich man. ug unsay ahong gusto naa dayon. mo kaon ko sa kina mahalan nga restaurant mahimo kaayo. mahimo gihapon nga mokaon lang ko ug poso paresan ug ginamos. way problema. i am still a very simple man. mahimo ko ug mag amerkana mag coat and tie kong mo simba. mahimo lang gihapon ug plain polo shirt ug levi's ahong isol-ob. it is all the same to me. basta desente lang ang atong gisol-ob kong mo simba ta. naa goy sapatos kay lainaha man pod mag sinelas lang ka mo simba. mag hinagbo ta sa dalan you will not know that i am a multi millionaire in american dollars. kay lo-oy kaajo ko ug porma. kamoritsing lang gihapon. tag-as ug bongot. kay wa man jud ko ma usab. naay daghang mo asenso, mora na ug si kinsa. dili na kaantigo mo lingi sa mga pobre nga pareha nija sa wala pa pa mo asenso. what i am saying is very true indeed. pero ako wa jud ko ma usab. gikan sa pagka way nahot ug karon nga speaking dollars na ko, i am still the same humble aw hambogero diay nga tawo   hihihihi

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Re: the road to riches
« Reply #19 on: February 24, 2018, 02:51:41 PM »
oi si Bai Tatskie,
kinsa tong mag pa pintal sa ilang balay etc., just inform me, naa koy kaila nga d best.09487352092

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