Foreign Visitors Must Pay Quarantine Cost Or Have Their LTV Pass Revoked

Malaysia is not being lenient on the matter involving quarantine of foreigners coming into the country, ever since we started seeing a spike in cases especially from those travelling here. With the impending opening up of the borders and return of students and foreigners who are either employed or have spouses, the government is not […]

Covid-19: MoH Reports Single Digit Cases Today

Today, the Ministry of Health have identified 8 new cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 8,964 cases, with 223 active cases as of July 30. 3 of the 8 new cases are imported, with 5 cases being local transmission cases. 5 new cases have recovered, bringing the total of recovered cases to […]

Sony’s BRAVIA TVs Are Ready For Playstation 5 And So Should You

‘Ready for PlayStation 5′. That is the tagline. In partnership with Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), Sony announced today a lineup of BRAVIA TVs that will make gamers gaming experience even better. The lineup will make it easier for consumers to select the optimum TV in preparation for the upcoming and highly anticipated launch of PlayStation […]

Authorities Can Only Do So Much, It’s Up To The People Now

“What will the state of Selangor do to ensure that everyone will follow this new rule?” That was the question one reporter asked Selangor Chief Minister, Amirudin Shahri during a Q&A session at a press conference for Selangor E-Bazar Raya Campaign yesterday regarding the new rule to make face masks compulsory. A very good question […]

Issues That Were Highlighted In Parliament Yesterday; What You Need To Know

Here are some of the topics that were highlighted at the Dewan Rakyat sitting yesterday: Starting off, one of the topics that was highlighted was the implementation of the Petrol Subsidy Program (PSP) to which the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry and the Finance Ministry (MoF) have decided to deny the implementation. The reason […]