Sabah Breaks Ranks, Opens Cinemas And Beauty Parlors

The Sabah Government is taking steps to open cinemas and beauty parlors immediately despite RMCO in a move to get more business to start their operation sooner than later. Making the decision to reopen before the Federal Government’s decision, is something the state is known to do, so it does not come as a surprise […]

Airline Ditches Masks For Flight Attendants So Passengers Can See Them Smile

The Covid-19 pandemic has pretty much wiped the floor with the human race, with millions of livelihoods and economies around the world still recovering from it’s effects. That being said, we’re slowly getting back on our feet and as economies restart and borders reopen, so does international travel. Of course, there are strict SOPs in […]

Genting Malaysia Axing 3,000 Staffs, Sees Uncertainty Ahead

Genting Malaysia Berhad is reportedly set to cut as many as 3,000 jobs, according to a financial news site. The news report further points out that downsizing measures are already in place at the hospitality and casino company. Quoting unnamed sources, the site stated that the dismissals have already started. Genting Malaysia had initially offered […]

Part Of LRT 3 Construction Site COLLAPSES & Now I’m Paranoid AF

Construction sites are commonplace in a developing nation such as Malaysia, to the point where perhaps we’ve gotten used to it. That being said, I can’t be the only one who still feels the eeeby jeebys (is that even a word?) whenever i’m passing a site that’s doing work directly over the road I’m using. […]

Internet Tree Girl Leaves Us Questions About Our Connectivity Issue

Netizens are loving our latest discovery from Sabah, the young University Sabah Malaysia kid who stayed up a tree a whole day to complete her online exam. The reason she had to climb has nothing to do with a gimmicke she was pulling off, but actually to get better connection for her laptop. While¬† we […]