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Singapore Shows Off Flying Volocopter – But German Lilium Proves It’s A Reality To Fly In A Taxi For $70

Flying cars or taxis for urban and other short-distance travels is possible. Airborne vehicles as replacement for conventional automobiles, however, are still years away from reality. So if someone tells you that flying vehicles are commercially available at the end of the year, take such idiotic statement with a pinch of salt. Issues such as […]

... written on Oct 23 2019

Germany Ignores The U.S. Pressure – Welcomes Huawei To Build 5G Networks

Germany has finally presented its decision over foreign vendors’ participation in building 5G network for the country. In defiance against the U.S. wish, it will not ban Chinese telecoms giant – Huawei Technologies Co. – from its 5G mobile networks, saying that it want’s to create “a level playing field” for all vendors.   The […]

... written on Oct 17 2019

Can You Solve These Singapore PSLE Maths Questions Which Left Some Primary-6 Students In Tears?

Chinese students are said to be quite brilliant in Mathematics. However, the level of proficiency varies widely among them. So while students from Malaysian SJKC Chinese vernacular school have a better grasp of Maths, they would struggle at Singapore’s Maths, unless they learn Olympiad Maths. Still, both Malaysian and Singapore Chinese students are miles behind […]

... written on Oct 06 2019

Huawei Shockingly Offers 5G Patents To The U.S. – Here’s Why It’s Willing To Share Its Crown Jewels Technology

The war between China and the U.S. consists of 2 battlefronts – the trade war and the tech war. The trade war is Trump’s attempt to put an end to intellectual property (IP) thefts and forced technology transfers, not to mention to eliminate the barriers to American companies competing in China, all of which the […]

... written on Sep 13 2019

Forget Khat Jawi – Vietnam The Top Producer Of Programmers, Even Myanmar Has Started Computer Coding For Kids

As far back as 1988, the then-Education Minister Anwar Ibrahim announced that computer skills and programming would be part of the country’s curriculum by 1990. It was the period where the Internet had yet to exist and now-obsolete 5.25 inch floppy disk with a capacity of only 1.2-Megabyte ruled the land. Anyone with knowledge of […]

... written on Aug 07 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

Profit-Hungry Boeing – Crashed 737 Max Jets Did Not Have 2 Safety Features Because They’re Optional

As pilots of the Indonesian budget carrier Lion Air Flight 610 and the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 struggled to gain control of their planes, little did they realise that their newly acquired planes lacked two essential safety features in their cockpits. Boeing apparently sold their best selling model – 737 Max 8 – without those […]

... written on Mar 22 2019

Germany Resists US Pressure – Won’t Ban Huawei From Providing 5G Mobile Technology

As the U.S. desperately tries to isolate and block its allies from using the Chinese 5G technology, Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, has dealt a major blow to the Trump administration. She announced on Tuesday that the biggest economy of the European Union will not bend over to the pressure to […]

... written on Mar 20 2019

Kiwi Mosques Bloodbath – Gunman Wanted Revenge For European Lives Lost To Terror Attacks

Two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch have been terrorised on Friday when bullets were sprayed on worshippers attending Friday prayers. Witnesses told media that a man dressed in a military-style, camouflage outfit, and carrying an automatic rifle had entered Masjid Al Noor at about 1:45 p.m. and started randomly shooting people in the […]

... written on Mar 15 2019

Fast & Furious Crash On Penang Bridge – Vios Driver Under Influence Of Marijuana Should Be Jailed

Malaysian drivers are infamous for their reckless driving and more often than not, transform into “speed demons” the moment they are in command of the steering wheel. Cutting queues, beating traffic lights, honking at everybody, switching lanes abruptly, showing middle fingers and refusal to use indicator light are some normal manners on the road.   […]

... written on Jan 21 2019









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