It is laughable what some desperate agents resort to when confronted with a real estate bubble. But the gimmick reveals what players in the industry are adept at doing: creating an illusion or 'image', a sense of exclusivity to...
The scheduled teleconference with Sirul in Australia over an internet radio station has failed to materialise. The link-up with Mahfuz Omar at the Pas Media Centre in Jalan Raja Laut, KL was due to start at 11.33am over Hijau.FM....
By now, 1MDB has supposedly "redeemed" US$2.3bn from a fund registered in the Cayman Islands. Of this amount, the firm says US$1.2bn (60 per cent) had been "redeemed" earlier, as reflected in its 31 March 2014 accounts. On 13...
It is not just in Malaysia that people are concerned about 1MDB. Apparently, certain parties in the Middle-East are getting a bit jittery. This was the lead in the Business section of the Gulf Times on 15 January 2015. ...
Taiwan's Nationalist party, the Kuomintang, which had been drawing closer to China in business and diplomacy, suffered a crushing defeat in local elections. The result has been variously attributed to the rising cost of living, protests over trade deals,...
I was planning to write something about this ban, but a Kamal Solhaimi Fadzil beat me to it in this piece published in Malaysian Insider. I just want to add two more points to what Kamal has written: the...
Nanjing has built a 7.8km tram line from a metro station to its Olympic Stadium East, and trials began on 2 August. The line uses lithium-ore batteries that allow for 90 per cent of the route to be free...
Here's a good example of why racism stinks. I believe ordinary people know racism when they see it and that explains the reaction of patrons of this cafe in Sydney to racist hiring policies.
One of Asia's richest men, Li Ka-Shing, has been selling off his business empire's China assets as the property bubble in that nation appears to have popped. Li now appears to be focusing on Europe. Here are links to a...
Six Malaysian activists from Himpunan Hijau are in the midst of a week-long 'occupation' in front of the Lynas Corp headquarters in Sydney to protest at the toxic rare earth refinery in Kuantan, Malaysia. http://youtu.be/-YdLKRvV4Zo

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