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Economists Thought China’s Economy Depends On The World – But McKinsey Research Shows Otherwise

Legend says that Chinese civilization is 5,000 years old. But some argued they were only 3,200 years old. Regardless, the fact remains that while the Chinese civilization survives thousands of years, the Roman Empire did not. Throughout the history, the empires and kingdoms of ancient China had gone through uncountable collapses and rises.   So when […]

... written on Jul 16 2019

Unrecognised Doctors Wanted To Contribute & Pay Taxes But Mahathir’s Health Minister Isn’t Interested

It’s been 14 months since Pakatan Harapan (PH) took over. The jubilant and exuberant spirit has long gone. Nowadays when PH politicians speak, people start grumbling about promises not fulfilled. How are people to trust a government that doesn’t fulfill it’s manifesto’s promises? Do they think people are fools to be taken for a ride? […]

... written on Jul 14 2019

Here’s Why Former “Iron Lady” Rafidah Should Be Appointed As First Woman Higher Education Minister

After history was made with the swearing in of Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail last year as the country’s first female deputy prime minister, more women have been entrusted and empowered with top positions never seen before. In May this year, Malaysia saw the appointment of Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat as the country’s first woman […]

... written on Jul 10 2019

English The Most Valuable Language For Children – But Second Place Mandarin Chinese Is Catching Up

According to language translating website Babbel, Mandarin was the most widely spoken language in the world last year – spoke by 1.2 billion people worldwide. Interestingly, Spanish – not English – is the second-most spoken language, attracting about 400 million speakers. Despite being the “lingua Franca” of business, travel and international relations, English was the third most […]

... written on Jul 01 2019

Hong Kong’s 2-Million Sea Of Black – Here’s How Protesters Hide Their ID From Surveillance

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor announced at a press conference on Saturday that her highly unpopular extradition bill – which Hongkies called the “Evil Law” – will be “suspended”. She said – “The government has decided to suspend the legislative amendment exercise.” It appeared the 1-million protesters last Sunday had sent shivers […]

... written on Jun 16 2019

Obsolete Education System & Racial Politics – Reasons Malaysia Will Miss Major Spoils Of US-China Trade War

China and the United States are not likely to hug and kiss each other and end their present trade war, at least not as long as Donald Trump remains as the president. Like it or not, it’s a matter of time before the trade war goes full-blown. The world’s two biggest economic powers are digging […]

... written on May 27 2019

From “Shoe Minister” To “Kangkung Minister” – Mahathir Should Fire Maszlee Before He Performs Another Silly Stunt

Dr Maszlee, famously known as the “Shoe Minister”, should be given a medal for his excellent job in shooting his own foot without fail. The “accidental” education minister gained fame after his proposal on July 20 last year to switch students’ white shoes to black. It’s a great mystery how Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad headhunted […]

... written on May 19 2019

U.S. The Poor Rich Country – Half Of Americans Will Plunge Into Financial Crisis If Missed More Than 1 Paycheck

Some 87% of Americans don’t consider themselves rich (or poor), despite making at least US$90,000 a year. The survey done by YouGov essentially means people would only start to consider themselves “rich” when they make at least US$90,000 (£70,560; RM375,800) annually. In general, people earning US$90,000 feel they exist in the middle zone.   However, […]

... written on May 17 2019

Here’s How Much Cash Billionaires Bill Gates & Warren Buffett Carry In Their Wallets

Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are good buddies. Both are billionaires – Gates is the world’s second richest man (Forbes: US$101.7 billion) while Buffett the third richest man (Forbes: US$89.2 billion). Although Gates owns just over 1% of shares in Microsoft, the software company he founded with Paul Allen in 1975, he remains a board […]

... written on May 01 2019

Strategies For New Entrepreneurs: Daymond On Demand Reviews Unique Ways Of Finding Funding

Finding startup funding can be challenging – here are funding sources you might not have considered. *This post is not affiliated with Daymond on Demand – reviews and opinions in this piece are the writer’s alone. I’ve always been interested in learning innovative business strategies, and I’ve found that Daymond on Demand reviews of courses […]

... written on Apr 24 2019









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