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Who Should Apologize On Tourist Tax?

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It is like "a wok calling kettle black". Before DAP trying to jump on the issue of tourist tax for political gains, it should ask it's members in Parliament whether they had voted against the tourists tax. If they have not done so the DAP Boss is putting his DAP comrades in a very embarrassing situation. Because they are equally guilty and need to do public apologies.

If all Sarawak MPs are not doing anything at all on tourist tax it will be a stunt that the whole world will be stunted and speechless.

More important thing to do now is to ensure that no such tax will be imposed in Sarawak instead of going after each other throat and back-stabbing.

Who should apologize?

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 June 2017 16:45

Unwanted News - Fake News

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Deputy Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Jailani Johari has called on the media to step up efforts in addressing fake news in the social media.

“In light of the copious amount of unverified, false and prejudiced commentaries coming from social media and partisan reporting, the (traditional) media are called upon to moderate, mediate and ameliorate,” he said.

Enough of fake news



Sibu - A Cowboy Town?

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An accountant sustained second degree burns to 18 per cent of his body after being splashed with a liquid believed to be acid today.

Wong Ching Yong, 58, who is also SUPP Dudong Branch Deputy chairman, was rushed to a private hospital in Sibu before being sent by helicopter to Sarawak General Hospital in Kuching for further treatment.

The attack on SUPP Dudong Deputy Chariman



Malaysia Election Will Be After 2018 Chinese New Year?

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Sin Chew Daily News reported that owing to the visit of China leaders in October 2017, it is most unlikely the parliament to be dissolved for Parliament Election and therefore election is likely to be held after Chinese New Year in March 2018.

Malaysia Election soon?


Last Updated on Monday, 05 June 2017 20:45

Faking Robbery In Live Video Posting?

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Hong Kong Actress Posted A Live Video showing she was robbed while doing live video is in fact just extracted from a movie clip she was playing a part. Malaysian police would suggest to ban her from entering Malaysia for faking such news

Hong Kong Actress Fake Live Video



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