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Birthday Cake Fiasco – Here’s Why Boycott McDonald’s Is The Correct Thing To Do

Malaysia is perhaps the only Muslim-country in the world that has a great blueprint to “halalize” everything, except its currency note. A Saudi wannabe, the country had declared Jihad (holy war) on Cadbury over pork-laced chocolate, which turned out to be a false allegation. It had launched the first halal airline – Rayani Air – […]

... written on Jan 03 2017

The Hunt For 3 Golds Ended With None – Winning A Battle But Losing A War

Some say it was the jinx of Najib and wife Rosmah which had denied the country of its first-ever gold medal in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Auntie Rosy and PM Najib should not have had sent letters and messages of congratulation to Malaysian badminton players before the game ends. As a result, the badminton […]

... written on Aug 22 2016

The Hunt For First-Ever Gold Continues: Here’s How To Watch Badminton – “LIVE”

Malaysia’s mixed doubles pair Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying didn’t make it for the gold. But their silver medal was sufficient to create history. Haters such as pro-government media, Berita Harian and Kosmo’s, which splashed headline “Mixed doubles pair merely manages a silver” and “Peng Soon-Liu Ying disappoint millions of Malaysians” respectively, obviously doesn’t appreciate […]

... written on Aug 19 2016

Hoping For 3 Gold Medals – Rio 2016 Is The Best Olympic Games For Malaysia

Vietnam has won its first-ever gold medal since it began competing in the Olympic Games 64 years ago in 1952. Likewise, Singapore has won its first-ever gold medal since it first entered the Olympics in 1948 – 68 years ago. Malaysia, as a country, first participated at the 1964 Olympic Games, although the country competed as “Malaya” in […]

... written on Aug 17 2016

Meet Joseph Schooling – Hero Who Slayed Phelps For Singapore First-Ever Gold

Singapore first entered the Olympics in 1948 but had never won an Olympic gold – until now. Singapore’s first medal was a silver, contributed by Tan Howe Liang, in weightlifting at Rome in 1960. The country waited 48 years before winning their next medal, also a silver in table tennis team at Beijing in 2008, thanks […]

... written on Aug 14 2016

Up To US$999,999 – “Pokemon Go” Players Are Making Good Money

The early bird gets the worm – the saying goes. Since an American mobile game developer – Niantic Labs – launched “Pokémon Go” last month, the game has raked in US$200 million (£153 million; RM800 million) in net revenue globally on the App Store and Google Play in its first month – beating popular games such as […]

... written on Aug 11 2016

Why Do Olympic Athletes Bite Their Medals Like Hungry Wolves

Every 4 years, there are new athletes to watch and new record ready to be broken. The Olympics is the most prestigious sports event where athletes compete for the gold medal. The gold, silver and bronze winners would stand on the platform, receive their medals, and solemnly listen to the gold medal winner’s national anthem. […]

... written on Aug 10 2016

Here’s Why Pokémon Go Isn’t Available In China, India & South Korea

Unless you live in China, India or South Korea, chances are you’ve been hunting Pokémon since the game was introduced in Asia 2 days ago. Even if you haven’t started doing that, at least you should have heard about Pokémon which is taking the entire planet by storm. So, which are the 15 countries in […]

... written on Aug 08 2016

Simply No Match! – English Hooligans Hunted & Attacked By Russian “Ultras”

When one talks about football hooliganism, one cannot but link it to England. After all, the football violence can be traced back to 14th-century England whereby King Edward II personally banned football in 1314. Football hooliganism in England was such an embarrassing affair that even Britons were condemning their own people.   In reality, football hooliganism […]

... written on Jun 12 2016

Here’re 25 Of Muhammad Ali’s Secret Quotes That Made Him The Greatest (Photos)

Float like a butterfly. Sting like a bee. He was “The Greatest”. Muhammad Ali, one of the world’s greatest boxers, died on Friday, June 3, at the age of 74. Born Cassius Marcellus Clay on January 17, 1942, in Louisville, Kentucky, Ali started boxing at age 12 after his new bicycle was stolen and he vowed to policeman, Joe […]

... written on Jun 06 2016









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