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Roti Price Increase, Mee Price, Petrol Price Increase But Not Salary

Roti Price Increase, Mee Price, Petrol Increase But Not Salary

This comic strip very realistic and it do reflect in our daily life.

Roti Price Increase, Mee Price Increase, Petrol Price Increase…

All the price of food, groceries, daily stuff all increase but only our salary is not increased. How can we survive?

Now normal Gardenia bread is RM2.10 increased from RM1.90, kopitiam food and mamak food also has increased.
Milo it cost RM2.00 and I have drink Milo which cost me RM3.50 wahhh can u believe this ?

Moreover, I heard a lot ppl saying next year, our petrol sure increase. Some even said it’s increased to RM3.00 per liter, some said only increase by RM0.70? Without subsidy from the Government anymore? So get ready to learn how to cycle and it might be useful.

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Author: Saimatkong

This blog is a platform to share what I love in life: food (eat), travel (play), photography (art) and life (thoughts and ideas). With passion for food, I share my foodie adventures and indulgences here. “There is no love sincerer than the love of food.”

Traveling makes us a better human being as we recognise the similarities and celebrate the differences of cultures between where we travel to and where we come from. “The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”

Photography do more than just capturing the best moments in our lives; they also help us tell our life stories. “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

By : Saimatkong Tian Leong

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