It can still be fun to visit flower shops in person, but who has time for that these days? Plus, are there really that many flower shops on street corners any more? To sell flowers, you do have to have a brick and mortar business or greenhouse somewhere, but these online shops probably have mega warehouses set up, wouldn’t you think? That would likely be the case of a florist di Klang in Malaysia, just as I would expect where I live in the US. Either way, those online shops seem to have it all these days. They have tons of flowers available, and they can make any arrangement you like. They will also have all kinds of choices without you even having to provide examples. Then you can pick and choose what you want, check to see what discounts are available. You can imagine they will have all kinds of offers for special occasions, too.
It is simply a continuation of what I have been doing all along, but building a startup from scratch is not something you do daily. New possibilites, new excitement!
You would think that Malaysia, being ten times larger (and certainly more richer) than war-torn Sri Lanka, would at least make it possible for students who deserve it to obtain free education until the tertiary level. Instead, all sorts of excuses are being made to deny this possible, with the most infantile reason of them all being that it will lead the country to “bankruptcy”. The only people who will be bankrupt by the abolishment of PTPTN loans are the capitalists with their flood-load of private colleges and institutions, not to mention the exorbitant fees that needs to be paid by the student to fund their studies.
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At the rate the economy is going, would be long before such notes are printed to keep the economy afloat?