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Chinese firms to build 100k homes in Malaysia

Chinese firms to build 100k homes in Malaysia

Malaysia’s housing ministry is currently in discussions with Chinese companies to build 100,000 houses this year for Malaysia’s low-income population, Zuraida Kamaruddin, Minister of Housing and Local Government of Malaysia, told the Global Times. Kamaruddin, who is in Beijing for the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, said they have signed MOUs with […]

Malaysian children in kindergarten

Malaysian children in kindergarten

Malaysian children go to kindergarten, also referred to as preschool, at the age of 4 to 6. Kindergarten is meant to equip children with some basic knowledge of ABCs and 123s and a window to school life. Kindergarten programme in Malaysia is provided by the Government and several of its agencies, private bodies, and voluntary […]

Kindergarten – The Blooms Of Malaysia’s Racial Harmony

Kindergarten – The Blooms Of Malaysia’s Racial Harmony

Malaysian children go to kindergarten, also referred to as preschool, at the age of 4 to 6. Kindergarten is meant to equip children with some basic knowledge of ABCs and 123s and a window to school life.   Kindergarten programme in Malaysia is provided by the Government and several of its agencies, private bodies, and […]

S. Korea biz delegation visits Malaysia to promote closer ties

S. Korea biz delegation visits Malaysia to promote closer ties

South Korea’s business mission will visit Malaysia on the occasion of President Moon Jae-in’s state visit to the Southeast Asian country this week, to strengthen economic ties, a local corporate lobby said Monday. A total of 250 business leaders who represent 13 conglomerates and 57 small and medium-sized companies will visit Malaysia to boost two-way […]

Idyllic Early Childhood Schooling

Idyllic Early Childhood Schooling

From the age of seven till I was 12, going to primary school near my home was one of the activities I fondly looked forward to. Classes may start at 12.30 or 1 in the afternoon, but tens of my friends and I were already at school by 11 a.m. Not that we were too […]

Seizing Malaysia’s Moment

Seizing Malaysia’s Moment

Malaysia’s historic May 9 election was dramatic, sweeping and unprecedented. A ruling party in power with seemingly impregnable advantages was ousted through the ballot box. There was no extra constitutional uprising, as in the Philippines in 1986, no military coup as in neighboring Thailand, no rioting and turmoil as in Indonesia in 1998. The curtain […]

Three Hotel Associations Signed an Agreement Allowing Muslim Employees to Wear Scarves

Three Hotel Associations Signed an Agreement Allowing Muslim Employees to Wear Scarves

Following the pronouncement of Malaysia as an Islamic state almost three decades ago, many things changed within the national community: from lifestyles, cultures, and right up to an increasing awareness towards Islamic values. Such values included the wearing of traditional headdresses (scarves or long dresses that cover the body from head to toe) by women, […]

Will Dr. Mahathir succeed in the 14th General Election?

Will Dr. Mahathir succeed in the 14th General Election?

For the first time in Malaysia’s history since its independence in 1957, the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) being the dominant party in the Barisan Nasional (BN) government today, will be challenged by its former president who is also the former Prime Minister (PM) of Malaysia, Mahathir Mohamad, in the 14th General Election (GE) that […]

Penang floods: Human mistakes or nature’s fault?

Penang floods: Human mistakes or nature’s fault?

The beautiful island of Penang, northwest of peninsular Malaysia, had become the focal point on October 21st when 11 workers were buried under a landslide that occurred at a housing project in Tanjung Bungah. The massive construction sites located on the slopes of hills and near the lower parts of some highland areas in the […]

History is full of political assassinations

History is full of political assassinations

Pakistan is perhaps one of the few nations of the world where the people take a keen interest in the developments taking around the world. The reports about the murder of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-eun, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on February 13 were also published and telecasted by Pakistan’s […]

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