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Investment Director by profession, aspiring chef by passion. I’m also the lead manager on emerging market bond and currency, as well as hedge funding strategies. Initially, I started out as an acquisition of fixed income and foreign exchange specialist, which was when I started managing most of the funds I run to date. Prior to joining the corporate space, I was a lecturer but quickly realised that perhaps I don’t have the patience to deal with students on a daily basis. While I enjoyed the subject matter I was teaching, I found the lecturing somewhat confining and very restrictive. I hold an MSc in Economics in addition to being a CFA charterholder.

Why Malaysia Struck Gold With Durian

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SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) - Many a bus has trundled up north across the Causeway, carrying Singaporeans in search of an unusual treasure: plentiful supply of the fruit with pungent yellow flesh inside a thorny chassis.

Michael Syn, who heads the derivatives segment at the Singapore Exchange, has gone one step further. The 47-year-old four years ago bought a durian plantation in Johor with some friends, with the group of five ploughing in some S$2.5 million altogether.https://www.straitstimes.com/business/durian-dash-how-investors-are-eyeing-the-worlds-most-controversial-fruit
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Wow! This can really give Malaysian farmers and investors a great gain. Who would have thought that this fruit will be in demand like this.
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Do you know this Durian fruit? What makes it controversial?
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In a local Asian Supermarket one fresh Durian costs over $100 CAD. Who can afford that?...It was $10/lb. The fruit was 12lb. smirking face
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I love eating durian and it’s so satisfying to look at durians being peeled and removed of their seeds.
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I love eating durian and it’s so satisfying to look at durians being peeled and removed of their seeds.
Seems Chinese people are more into Durians than we do lol!
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What kind of bad smell is it? Like bad milk, or garbage? What does it taste like? Citrus? Banana?
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What kind of bad smell is it? Like bad milk, or garbage? What does it taste like? Citrus? Banana?
It smells like a pungent gas leak. And tastes like mango with gasoline.
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It smells like a pungent gas leak. And tastes like mango with gasoline.
As for the taste it's not worth the smell.
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So far I haven't seen any in Missouri lol!
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Smell it once... never forgotten for life. It’s like the worst vomit gas. persevering face
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Hi! I am Chinese and I also love eating durian with my family. At first I didn't like it because of its smell but later on I become fond of it. Durians are really smooth, tasty, and very nourishing as well.
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