Mark Zuckerberg Reportedly Lost RM29 Billion Following Facebook Disruption

Since last night (Monday, 4th October), it’s been reported that the Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp platforms (owned by Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Inc. company) had experienced an unexpected glitch, resulting in users around the world failing to access their accounts. The problem, which was initially expected to only last for a short period of time, had...

How should women be sexy? Photo shoot featuring famous Chinese comedienne sparks feminism debate

A debate has exploded in China about how women should define their own sex appeal after one of the country’s most famous stand-up comedians was featured in a photo spread in a sexually suggestive men’s magazine. The pictures feature Li Xueqin, who became famous, in part, for her clever jokes about Chinese patriarchy, and were...

No, radio DJ Yasminne Cheng isn’t giving $6,000 to a man who can ‘make her house happy’ on the bed

Instagram/ yasminnecheng It's not new that photos of local celebrities have been used illegally in catfishing ads and social media impersonation accounts. While a lot of them appear to involve financial scams, poor Yasminne Cheng found herself embroiled in something risque. On April 3, the 42-year-old radio DJ at Class 95FM tagged a private shopping group in...

33-year-old businessman linked to alleged fraud of record $1b charged

Ng Yu Zhi was charged with two counts of cheating and two of being a party to fraudulent trading on March 22, 2021. Hreasily   A businessman charged on Monday (March 22) has been linked to an alleged fraud involving at least $1 billion, the largest in Singapore's history. Ng Yu Zhi, 33, is the director of two...

Dato’ Aliff Syukri Is Renting Out His Pavilion Residences Apartment For RM28K Per Month

Dato’ Aliff Syukri can’t seem to sell his luxurious Pavilion Residences apartment in Bukit Bintang. Apparently, Aliff’s apartment unit has not been well-received by potential buyers. This is due to the high selling price that not many can afford to purchase the prized apartment, especially not in this pandemic situation. The 33-year-old businessman wrote, “I feel very...

Is MCO 2.0 Happening Next Week? National Security Council Responds

Yesterday (Wednesday, 6th January), Malaysia reported a new record high of 2,593 Covid-19 cases. At this rate, is another Movement Control Order (MCO 2.0) inevitable? According to Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah, our country’s healthcare system is at breaking point as daily cases are expected to rise even higher. True enough, Malaysia...

Missing girl’s body found in Yunnan

Police believe her boyfriend and two accomplices are responsible for death Police in Menghai county, Yunnan province, said on Tuesday that a female college student from Nanjing, Jiangsu province-who by Monday had been reported missing for 24 days-was killed by her boyfriend and two accomplices. The student, Li Qianyue, was lured by two of her boyfriend's...

North Korea Records First Covid-19 Case? Suspect To Be Punished

North Korea has gone into lockdown after leader Kim Jong-un declared an emergency following the country’s first suspected Covid-19 infection. According to Reuters, the person in question had just returned from South Korea after illegally crossing the border 3 years ago. The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) showed Covid-19 symptoms after returning to the town of Kaesong. KCNA’s...

Johor Ruler: Be prepared for floods

Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar has ordered the state to make the necessary preparations for floods due to the unpredictable current weather. His Majesty said the state government, through the relevant agencies, must ensure that flood victims at relief centres were provided with ample comfort and convenience. "Those who are living near rivers...

Seize The Opportunity And Enjoy A Lower Price At Langkawi During RMCO

During the Recovery Movement Control Order, the government allowed people to travel locally. Langkawi travel agencies said that this is a rare holiday opportunity for Malaysians and they can travel to Langkawi at lower prices.   According to Sinchew, as most hotels in Langkawi Island have lowered their hotel fees and eventually reduced the burden of travel expenses...