Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Malaysian hypocrisy

 By Yee Wenjie The inauguration of President Donald Trump in the United States and a few local events in Malaysia saw the ugly nature of fellow humans. Being elected as the president, Trump signed the executive order to tighten the … Continue reading

Posted in Donald Trump

DAP activist: Trump is not anti-Islam, but pro-US

 By Abdul Aziz Isa One wonders why some politicians here are upset by news of US President Donald Trump, who signed an executive order to ban the entry of refugees from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Sudan and Somalia to … Continue reading

Posted in Donald Trump

Jamilah misses Tok Nan dearly on his birthday

Fatimah (standing) paying her tribute and saying prayers for Adenan in conjunction with his birthday on Jan 27. Seen from left are Jamilah and PBB Wanita chief Tan Sri Empiang Jabu. Fatimah (seated at centre, second row) after a prayer … Continue reading

Posted in Adenan Satem

22 rescued, three dead and six still missing in Sabah boat mishap

A file photo of the missing catamaran. – Picture forwarded by MMEA.  KOTA KINABALU: Search and rescue personnel have rescued 22 people, mostly China tourists from waters near Labuan, about 32 hours after their catamaran sank.  Another three are believed … Continue reading

Posted in Tragedy

Malaysian wins Miss Transsexual Australia 2017

Laeticia Phylliscia Raveena (right) was crowned Miss Transsexual Australia 2017 on Jan 28. PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian has won a transsexual beauty pageant in Australia.  The winner, Laeticia Phylliscia Raveena, was crowned Miss Transsexual Australia 2017, Malaysian transgender activist Nisha … Continue reading

Posted in Here and There

The Chinese are not ignorant

If MCA had been a tough political partner in the federal coalition, Umno would have behaved and governance would have been better P Dev Anand Pillai COMMENT MCA now claims that the nation will be an extreme nation should the … Continue reading

Posted in Race relations

‘Bill Gates could be the world’s first trillionaire’

The world could see its first trillionaire in the next 25 years, and it is not difficult to guess that it could be Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. According to a recent Oxfam report, the richest are accumulating wealth at such … Continue reading

Posted in Foreign News

Malaysia vulnerable to Trump’s protectionist policies – Nomura Research

KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 27): Emerging markets are likely to be more vulnerable to U.S. President Donald Trump’s protectionist policies than what most people think, particularly Malaysia, says Nomura’s Global Markets Research. In a report released on the eve of Chinese … Continue reading

Posted in Economy, Foreign News

Learn from Trump’s social media mastery, Zahid tells Wanita Umno

Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi told Wanita Umno today to take heed of how Donald Trump utilised social media and defied expectations to become US president. — Bernama pic KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 22 — Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi … Continue reading

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I can move on with my life now, ex-Miss Malaysia says after divorce win

Malaysian ex-beauty queen Pauline Chai has been granted a decree absolute to formally end her divorce proceedings in the United Kingdom. KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 27 — Malaysian ex-beauty queen Pauline Chai said today she can finally continue with her life … Continue reading

Posted in Court case