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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Malaysia Airlines (MAS)

We continue to hear news about MAS. Two Chief Executive Officers have resigned in the past three years. Is the national carrier turning for the better?

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Happy Deepavali

Happy Deepavali

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Do good

Religions teach followers to do good. Malaysians do not accept teachings that harm people,whether they are from churches,mosques or temples.

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Monday, October 16, 2017

Iraqi and Kurdiah forces

One year ago, Iraqi and Kurdish forces drove out the IS from Kirkuk. The Kurds had a referendum to declare independence. Now, Iraqi and Kurdiah forces are fighting each other.

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World Food Day

Happy World Food Day

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Terror attack in Somali

Terrorists exploded a truck in Somali, killing over 230 people. Condolences to the families of the victims.

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Sunday, October 15, 2017

IS militants in Malaysia

Malaysian authorites must always be alert to terror suspects entering the country. IGP Tan Sri Fuzi says the police have detained 48 suspects recently.They use false documents to slip into other countries.

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Over 400,000 teachers in Malaysian schools

There are talks of the quality of over 400,000 teachers in Malaysian schools. With fairness, training and opportunity, the standard can go up.

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EPL, Liverpool 1:1 Manchester United

The excitement ended in a draw with Manchester United goalkeeper De Gea saved a goal reflexly.

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Saturday, October 14, 2017

Iran nuclear deal

Trump does not sign the Iran nuclear deal, getting short of scrapping it. He harangues Iran. Signatories China, France,Germany, Russia and UK are aghast.

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Friday, October 13, 2017

Good English teachers

Education Deputy Director Datuk Dr Amin Senin says that it is no longer impossible to improve the standards, skills and competency of English teachers in Malaysia.

If the Education Ministry implements the English Language Roadmap 2015-2025 fairly and effectively, the country shall have many good English teachers.

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Green Technology Master Plan 2017

Datuk Seri Dr Ongkili says the Green Technology Master Plan 2017 is expected to create 200,000 jobs and generate revenue of RM180 billion by 2030.

We hope that projects under the plan will be truly transparent, clean and accountable.

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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Foreign workers conundrum

The conundrum of foreign workers continues. Loose or tight measures cause difficulties for people, traders and factories. Irregularities are rampant. All measures on foreign workers must help society.

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Planned expulsion of Rohingyas

UN reports that Myanmar plans expulsion of Rohingyas. There are only a few miliiants. We hope that the UN steps up its efforts to help the victims.

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Trump and Kim

Donald Trump and Kim Jung-un belittle each other. Now, North Korea says 'insane' Trump 'lit the wick of war'.

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