Top-5 Simple Secrets That Make Singapore Changi The World’s Best Airport

For the fifth year running, Singapore’s Changi Airport has emerged as the world’s best airport. The Changi has been so good in winning the crown that none of its neighbours in the Southeast Asian (ASEAN) region could give the Singapore airport a run for its money. The nearest competitor – Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) […]

... written on Jun 14 2017

Here’s How China Hurts U.S. – Boycotts All South Korean Products

China is absolutely furious with the deployment of U.S. Navy’s Carrier Strike Group 1 (CSG1), led by Nimitz-class supercarrier USS Carl Vinson in the South China Sea. Even if U.S. agrees to a one-on-one fight, Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning and its squadron have little chance of defeating the U.S. strike group, which includes an entire […]

... written on Mar 04 2017

What The Heck Was Prince Charming Azalina Doing In Sin City Vegas?

Las Vegas, or simply Vegas, is known as the biggest Sin City in the United States. And it is called the “Sin City” because the city which was built on the Mojave Desert provides every naughty entertainment one could imagine – gambling, bookmaking, instant marriage or divorce, prostitution, strip clubs, cabarets, clubbing, liquor, sex shops, […]

... written on Jan 18 2017

Merkel’s Christmas Gift – Refugee Terrorized Christmas Market With A Truck

At least 12 people are dead and at least 48 more injured after a truck crashed into a crowd at a Berlin Christmas market. It was exactly like the terror attack in Nice, France about 5 months ago on 14 July 2016 when a 19-tonne cargo truck was deliberately driven into crowds celebrating Bastille Day. In […]

... written on Dec 20 2016

Forget Paul The Octopus – This Monkey Predicts Donald Trump Will Win

Paul the Octopus was the football star for accurately predicting the results of matches in the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Paul correctly chose the winning team in four of Germany’s six Euro 2008 matches, and all seven of their matches in the 2010 World Cup – including Germany’s third place play-off win over Uruguay.   The German […]

... written on Nov 04 2016

From Sex To Statues: Ultra-Kiasu Muftis Who Have Nothing Better To Do

While an eagle is the emblem of superpower United States, the same creature is considered “haram (forbidden)” by Malaysia Muftis. According to the interpretation of these so-called Islamic experts, a replica of an eagle as a landmark was forbidden as it resembled a living being. Have these experts gone too far, so much so that […]

... written on Sep 08 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

Germany A “Time-Bomb” – But Defiant Merkel Still Wants More Refugees

Name two European countries that tourists should avoid in 2016, goes a humour question. The answer: Germany and France. And it’s not hard to understand why. Both countries have been shortlisted by terror group ISIS as targets for the year. ISIS loves terrorising Germany and France for a simple fact that the Germans and French […]

... written on Jul 30 2016

Singapore-KL High-Speed Rail – Here’re 10 Things We Know (And Don’t Know) So Far

A high-speed rail (HSR) link between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore isn’t something new which was hatched yesterday. The toy was in the discussion way back in the late 1990s, during former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad era. However, the 1997-1998 Asia Financial Crisis made it impossible to spend billions while both countries – especially Malaysia – […]

... written on Jul 20 2016

Power Of Brexit – Turkey Befriends Israel & Apologise To Russia

Last November 24, the Turkish air force downed a Russian Su-24 bomber jet over the Turkish-Syrian border, claiming that it violated Turkish airspace. Russia denied the claims and called the incident a “stab in the back from the accomplices of terrorists.” The pilots ejected, but one – Lieutenant Colonel Oleg Peshkov – was killed by […]

... written on Jun 29 2016

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