MSN or Fnp – Which Should You Go For?

The field and demand for registered nurses with advanced practice are growing by the day. An increase projection of 52% is stated to occur between 2020 and 2030. As a result of the phenomenal growth of this healthcare profession, many nurses are considering getting a master’s degree. It might interest you to know that there […]

... written on Jan 09 2022

Make Up Your Mind – Use Malay For Timah Whisky You Complain, Use English For Buildings You Also Complain

As the 15th General Election approaches, the racist and extremist politicians have started shifting gears in their usual comical contest to become the Malay champions. The goal is, or course, to hoodwink the gullible ethnic Malays. Unlike previously, this round will see three Malay political parties – UMNO, Bersatu and PAS – fighting tooth and […]

... written on Dec 05 2021

4 Things You Should Know About The Parent College Loans

When your child first came to this world, you had a lot of things to think about, but you probably haven’t thought about college. After all, there is no point in thinking about a baby’s education, as you still had a long, long way to go until it grows up. Well, not that the child […]

... written on Nov 12 2021

Is An Online DBA Worth The Investment?

Have you reached all of your business career goals so far and are now thinking about taking it even further? Whether you want to get higher up into the top level of management in your current place of employment or hope to start your own successful business in the future, one of the best ways […]

... written on Nov 09 2021

Racial Biasness In Medical Sector Is Normal And Is Nothing New! Get Used To It? – Ask Doctors From Unrecognized Universities

The latest request by the Persatuan Perubatan Kesihatan Awam Malaysia dan Pertubuhan Doktor-doktor Islam Malaysia to give permanent posts to Bumiputera doctors has opened up a new debate in the public square. It was basically asking that Non-Bumi doctors be left as contract doctors with a 2 year contract term while Bumi doctors are given […]

... written on Jun 30 2021

MCO 3.0 Lockdown On The Cards – After School & Ramadan Bazaar Clusters, Get Ready For “Balik Kampung” Cluster

Backdoor Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin appears to be ready to announce yet another half-baked MCO lockdown next week. Mr Muhyiddin, or his real name Mahiaddin, said the government is reviewing the movement control order (MCO) as the Coronavirus daily new cases jump to above 3,000, despite declaring 2 weeks ago that he has no intention […]

... written on May 01 2021

Dividing The Chinese – Clueless Wee Begs Chinese Voters Not To Put All Eggs In One Basket, Threatens Marginalization

Since the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) was founded in Feb 1949, it has been a uni-racial political party that comprises only Chinese members in the country – until 2018. It would take the party almost 70 years, and a humiliating loss in the May 2018 General Election, to reluctantly amend its constitution to allow non-Chinese to […]

... written on Mar 08 2021

Looking For A Career? – Here’s Top-10 Most In-Demand Jobs Or Industries This Year In Southeast Asia

Careers certainly have taken a twist after the Covid-19 outbreak. As the pandemic continues to leave a trail of destruction in the New Year, careers in healthcare, education and digital services are set to become the fastest-growing in Southeast Asia in 2021. The change in jobs landscape is not hard to understand, and the demand […]

... written on Jan 19 2021

A Choice Between Corrupt UMNO And Bersatu-PAS Talibans – Should Pakatan Harapan, Especially DAP, Work With UMNO?

Democratic Action Party (DAP) is again being grilled by its own supporters if it was wise to work with arch rival United Malays National Organization (UMNO) in the formation of a new state government in Perak. Exactly how could DAP even consider working with a political party as corrupt as UMNO? If you still have […]

... written on Dec 07 2020

Australia Hopes RCEP Will Fix Problems With China – But It Gets Worse As Beijing Reveals Three Issues With Canberra

Australia was hoping that by signing the China-backed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) deal on Sunday, it will automatically fix, or at least improve the country’s strained relations with China. If only it was so easy. It would take more than an insignificant deal like RCEP, of which the direct economic benefits are limited, to […]

... written on Nov 19 2020

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