Tag Archives: malaysian

BEWARE OF THIS OLD MAN TRYING TO SCAM SINGAPOREAN CARS!

This dirty old man drove from the side of the road and intentionally hit my left rear car door. He claims that I hit his car first. What a big joke! Malaysian driver bola! He confronted me and said that I should pay for his car damages. My car is Silver but his car has dents and scratches with ORANGE and RED paint. How to believe that the scratches and dents were caused by my car?

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MALAYSIAN TRIES TO EVADE ICA CLEARANCE AT WOODLANDS

At 3.40am on Tuesday, a Malaysia-registered motorcycle driven by a male Malaysian tailgated the motorcycle in front of him at the Woodlands Checkpoint and did not stop for immigration clearance, according to an ICA statement. One of the ICA officers quickly activated the alarm and the checkpoint was locked down. ICA officers at the checkpoint responded to the alarm and the motorcyclist was arrested.

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MALAYSIAN CHINESE ARE FOREVER INDEBTED TO LEE KUAN YEW & HIS COLLEAGUES

Ever since Mr Lee is hospitalized, I’ve heard much from many passengers – locals and foreigners including tourists and expats working here talking about him. All of the comments are favorable. They all have nothing bad and everything good to say about Mr Lee. Let’s hear what this Malaysian had to say. “Mr Lee is the greatest Chinese man ever lived. In my kampung, we all really admire him for his achievements. Not only he did lots of things for Singapore. We are also indebted to him and his generation of colleagues!”

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BEWARE OF M’SIAN OFFICERS SCAMMING YOUR TOUCH ‘N GO TOP UP CARD

All Touch ‘n Go card users, beware! To all Touch ‘n Go card users, please beware when you top up your Touch ‘n Go cards at exit counters at highway tolls. Clearly, the counter staff had the intention to cheat me and apparently had successfully cheated me of RM10. He told me the balance was RM19.70 and he only topped up RM20 to my card. Telling me RM10 less than the actual amount in the card is to cover up his wrong doing. After topping up of RM20, my actual card balance is RM49.70 (19.70 + 30 = 29.70 + 20) and I naturally I would not have discovered that if I hadn’t asked for a receipt.

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MALAYSIAN FAMILY OF FOUR FIGHTING FOR ISIS IN THE MIDDLE EAST

A family of four is believed to be among 30 Malaysians fighting in the Middle East alongside the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis) forces, which has carved out a reputation for brutal treatment of their enemies and hostages. Sources said the four were believed to be the first Malaysian family fighting in the ongoing civil war in Syria, and were among the hundreds of foreigners who signed up with Isis which had been condemned by most Muslim countries including Malaysia. The Malaysian Insider understands that the family comprises the parents, their 18-year-old daughter and 14-year-old son.

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FOREIGN ACTORS TO LEAD IN MOVIE ON S’PORE INDEPENDENCE

It was announced yesterday (2 Sep) that PRC actor Qi Yuwu will play the police officer, Inspector Cheng, while Malaysian actress, Deanna Yusoff, will play Khatijah, a mother and owner of a small business who encounters a shocking turn of events in those turbulent times. Said the Malaysian actress, “I think what is important is that whatever happened then, is what has made us today. What we have here today, is what happened in the past. Those are very important times to find out more about and relive.”

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TAN YIP MENG: CANNOT COMPARE SINGAPORE CPF RATES AND MALAYSIAN EPF RATES

The call by protest leaders for rates of more than 6 per cent is misguided, considering that the country's prime rate is only 5.25 per cent. Interest rates are determined by market forces for the economy to function properly, smoothly and free from imbalances. The higher interest rate paid by Malaysia's Employees Provident Fund (EPF) actually reflects financial stress in the country. Since 1997, Malaysia has run up fiscal deficits that have made the country uncompetitive, with high inflation, unemployment, debt and a much depreciated currency. Last July, Fitch rating agency downgraded Malaysia's sovereign outlook to "negative", leading to yet higher borrowing costs or interest rates.

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