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If Proton Has The Quality Of Volkswagen Or Toyota, People Will Not Dump The National Cars

Mahathir is throwing tantrums again. Like a spoiled little brat, he wants his toy come rain or shine. Until his wish to start a third national car is granted, the 93-year-old prime minister is going to criticise, even insult, the people for being short-sighted. And he has just mocked and insulted the Malaysians – “If […]

... written on Aug 25 2018

Third National Car, The Unfinished Business – Why Mahathir Should Wake Up & Stop Hallucinating

Mahathir’s fetish for national car projects is commendable, even applaudable, if today is 1983. Unfortunately, it’s been 35 years since “PROTON” was established in a mind-boggling venture – automobile design, manufacturing, distribution and sales. Subsequently, a second national car project – Perodua – was hatched in 1993, although solely in rebadging business.   Now, the defiant […]

... written on Jul 31 2018

China Could Do A South Korea On American Companies, And The Strategy Would Seriously Hurt Trump

Donald Trump’s favourite game of forcing China into obedience is slapping tariffs on Chinese goods. Like it or not, the U.S. president will most likely win the game simply because Beijing enjoys US$375 billion trade surplus with the U.S. Trump has repeatedly highlighted China’s US$375 billion surplus with the U.S. as evidence of an unfair trade […]

... written on Jun 21 2018

Gong Xi Fa Chai – MCA & Najib Calling Your Parents, Bribing & Begging For Votes

Don’t be surprised when your dad or mom happily tells you that Prime Minister Najib Razak had called to wish them “Gong Xi Fa Chai”. As Malaysian ethnic-Chinese, like the rest of Chinese around the world, prepare for a family reunion dinner, Najib regime didn’t waste whatever little time left soliciting for votes from the […]

... written on Feb 16 2018

Leading The World – Volvo To Make Only Electric & Hybrid Cars From 2019

Last year, we wrote why crude oil above US$100 will never happen again – forever! One of the reasons was China. The Chinese provide the world’s largest market for new cars. Naturally, China has some of the world’s worst air pollution. Nope, the Chinese will not be choked or poisoned to death due to pollution. […]

... written on Jul 05 2017

Goldman Sachs: These Asia Countries Will Be Hit The Most

With hours away before the inauguration to install the 45th President of the United States, the entire Asia-Pacific is almost on standstill. As thousands of anti-Trump protesters hitting the street, hoping that their action could miraculously stop the ceremony, CNN was criticized for suggesting Donald Trump and his vice president could be stopped if they’re […]

... written on Jan 20 2017

Here’s Why Oil Above $100 Will Never Happen Again, Ever, Forever!!

Brent Crude Oil is trading just slightly above US$36 a barrel, forming a resistance-support at US$38-US$36 level. If today is somewhere June-2014, roughly one and a half year ago, and I were to tell you that global oil prices would tumble by 50% to US$60 a barrel; you would probably laugh to your death. Likewise, […]

... written on Jan 01 2016

Proton – The First Mahathir Legacy To Be Destroyed? Good Riddance

The next time you visit Malaysia, observe something very peculiar. As a tourist, you would probably see drivers open their car’s door, instead of roll down the window, to pay parking or toll fee. This magnificent phenomena is due to the fact that Malaysian drivers have not recovered from a “permanent mental damage” caused by […]

... written on Jul 03 2015

Here’s How A $17 Gadget Breaks Your Car’s Keyless System

You were a proud owner of that Passat, Prius, Lexus SUVs, BMW, Benz or simply that piece of overpriced junk called Proton. And the reason you were particularly proud was because you had actually paid extra for that optional feature called keyless system. You felt like you were Tony Stark with this new technology installed […]

... written on Apr 16 2015

Here’re Steps To Get Your Honda Defective Airbags Replaced By Honda Malaysia

In 2004, an air bag exploded in a Honda Accord in Alabama, shooting out metal fragments and injuring the car’s driver. Strangely, Honda and its Japanese air bag supplier deemed it “an anomaly” and did not issue a recall or seek the involvement of federal safety regulators. Last month, after 139 injuries caused by air bags […]

... written on Oct 20 2014









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