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Australia’s $1 Billion Wine Industry In Trouble – China Officially Slaps 218.4% Import Duties For 5 Years Effective Sunday

On Friday (March 26), China’s Ministry of Commerce announced that import duties between 116.2% and 218.4% will be imposed on Australian wines effective Sunday (March 28). The massive tariffs arrived after the ministry concluded that domestic wine industry had been hurt by the dumping of cheap Aussie wine. Worse, the anti-dumping punishment will last for […]

... written on Mar 26 2021

A Result Of 60 Years Of Racist Policy – A SOP That Can’t Tell Between A Family Dinner And A Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner

The “Reunion Dinner” takes place on Chinese New Year’s Eve, which falls on Feb 11 this year. This is the most important day in the 16 days of the festival. The Chinese community looks forward very serious to this day. Even if they have to work on this particular day, they will rush for the […]

... written on Feb 06 2021

PM Muhyiddin & Gang Enjoyed Lobsters – Poor Sabah Villagers Slapped With RM1000 Fines For Buying Food & Medicine

As predicted, the half-baked second MCO (movement control order) lockdown, announced by backdoor Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin on Jan 11, 2021, has now been extended for another 14 days. The MCO 2.0, initially implemented for 14 days – effective from Jan 13 to 26, 2021 – had already been extended by 9 days to Feb […]

... written on Feb 02 2021

No “Merry Christmas” Greeting On Cakes – But Corrupt JAKIM Plays Dumb About The King’s Greeting & Meat Scandal

As Malaysia becomes more radical and extreme, this year’s Christmas has again attracted blockbuster drama from some silly religious fanatics whose faith in Islam appears to be challenged – by cakes. Apparently, bakery or cake shops with “halal certification” cannot decorate cakes with “Merry Christmas” greetings if the goal is to display the cakes at […]

... written on Dec 27 2020

Confusing Movement Control Order 2.0 – Making Sense Of Two Passengers Per Car, But Four Diners Per Table

A junior secondary school student was happy that the weekend has finally arrived. She wanted to join her parents for a short shopping trip to a nearby supermarket. After all, the school is closed and she was tired being trapped at home attending online classes. To her horror, her parents said she can’t join because […]

... written on Oct 17 2020

Covid-19 Third Wave – The 3 Deadly Mistakes From Hong Kong That Every Country Should Avoid

After a short period of celebration, Hong Kong is back to square one. Cinemas are closing their doors again from July 15. Dining at restaurants will be unavailable from 6pm to 5am every day. Mask-wearing is now mandatory on public transport at all times. Group gatherings have been reduced from 50 people to just 4 […]

... written on Jul 22 2020

New Way Of Shopping – Amazon Introduces Smart Shopping Cart That Knows What You’re Buying And Skips The Cashier

One of the most frustrating moments during a shopping trip is the unpredictable amount of time spent at cashier counters. In general, the queue at the checkout lines would be extraordinary long during the end or the beginning of a month. That’s when workers or employees get their salary. Towards the middle of the month, […]

... written on Jul 15 2020

Trump & Stock Markets Celebrate Stunning Jobs Report – But The Labour Dept Admits There’s A “Miscalculation Error”

Wall Street economists and analysts were looking at a nonfarm payrolls loss of 8.3 million for the month of May. That estimation would see an unemployment rate of 19.5% – the nation’s worst since the 1929 Great Depression. Instead, the month surprised everyone when payrolls added a whopping 2.5 million jobs, the biggest job increase […]

... written on Jun 07 2020

Reopen For Business – Backdoor PM Muhyiddin Would Be Overthrown If Gravy Trains Do Not Restart

Backdoor Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has decided to reopen business effective Monday (May 4), hence lifting the lockdown which has been enforced since March 18. The first bootlicker who came out to praise the PM was Deputy Federal Territories Minister Edmund Santhara, one of the traitors who toppled his own Pakatan Harapan government.   Santhara […]

... written on May 03 2020

Ways To Save Money When Working From Home

An increasing number of people choose to work from home, whether it is as part of their own business or as an employee whose role can be undertaken away from the office. Finances can be tricky, so if you continue reading, you will find our guide to ways you can save money when you are […]

... written on Apr 29 2020









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