Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg On Oct. 25, the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) announced that a new licensing framework for food establishments will be introduced from Jan. 1, 2023, to provide better food safety assurance to consumers. The new framework, called Safety Assurance for Food Establishments (SAFE), will distinguish food establishments with the "Bronze", "Silver", or "Gold" awards, in replacement of the existing letter-grade system – "A", "B", "C" or "D". An estimated 23,000 food establishments are expected to come under the SAFE framework, including both retail and non-retail food establishments. New SAFE framework with longer license durations Food establishments currently receive their letter grading after an annual assessment. Under the SAFE framework however, food establishments will be awarded with a status of "Bronze", "Silver" or "Gold", corresponding with a three, five, or 10-year licence duration. The ... » Learn More about S’pore food outlets to be graded ‘Bronze’, ‘Silver’, ‘Gold’ under new licensing framework from 2023
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Mahirap na nga ang buhay ngayon dahil sa pandemya, dumagdag pa ang sobrang taas na presyo ng mga bilihin. Makikita sa Figure 1 na noong Setyembre 2021, pumalo sa 4.8% ang “inflation rate” na sumusukat sa pagtaas ng mga presyo. Mas mababa iyon sa 4.9% noong Agosto, ngunit ’di hamak na mas mataas sa target ng gobyerno na 4% lamang. Sa katunayan, sa lahat ng buwan ng 2021 – maliban noong Hulyo – ay lumagpas tayo sa inflation target na iyon. Mas malaki rin ang tama ng inflation sa mahihirap: 5% ang naramdaman nilang inflation noong Setyembre. Iyon ay dahil sa mas malaking bahagi ng kanilang budget ang napupunta sa pagkain, at nagsitaasan kamakailan ang presyo ng food items katulad ng baboy at isda. Kung hihimayin ang datos (Figure 2), makikitang bukod sa pagkain ay lumalaki rin ang kontribusyon sa inflation ng mga gastusin sa bahay – kuryente, gas, atbp. Pagdating sa mataas na food inflation, karne, isda, at gulay ang dapat sisihin (Figure 3). ... » Learn More about [ANALYSIS] Bakit napakamahal ng mga bilihin? Ano’ng solusyon?
KUALA LUMPUR: In dealing with the health and economic consequences of Covid-19, the government has learnt that statistics can help ensure there is food for all Malaysians, says Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Economy) Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed. “What the government has learnt from dealing with the pandemic is that there is a need to compile and disseminate granular and real-time statistics. “For example, in providing help to the people, we need a much more robust data mechanism tracking micro, small and medium enterprises and people living under the poverty line. “Statistics can help us ensure that food remains on every Malaysian’s table,” he said when delivering his opening remarks virtually at the Eighth Malaysia Statistics Conference (8th MyStats) 2021 here yesterday. Mustapa said the pandemic had also boosted the importance of statistics, as people wanted to have the latest information on unemployment and inflation, on a monthly – if not weekly – basis. ... » Learn More about Statistics play a vital social role
CLICK TO ENLARGE KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s labour market recorded a year-on-year improvement in the second quarter, spurred by increased economic and social activities primarily during the early part of the period. Nevertheless, the improvement was still below pre-pandemic levels, as the country’s labour market was marred by movement restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, said the Statistics Department. In its labour market review for the second quarter of 2021 released yesterday, chief statistician Datuk Seri Mohd Uzir Mahidin (pic below) said the full movement control order was implemented on June 1, following a steep rise in daily Covid-19 cases and corresponding death rates. Statistician Mohd Uzir Mahidin “At this point, the permission to operate was only granted to essential activities encompassing selected manufacturing sub-sectors, food and beverage, securities, health and medical services, banking and communications.” “However, this situation was different ... » Learn More about Labour market improvement in Q2
BANGKOK – Once her parents set up the studio lights in their simple one-room Bangkok home, 18-year-old “Fai” bursts into action. She’s loud and sassy, dancing and laughing as she welcomes her fans to a live broadcast of another make-up tutorial, sponsored by a local brand. “Hello everyone! Welcome back, it’s me Fai doing make-up with my feet — check out my dress, isn’t it beautiful?” Fai gets herself up on her shortened leg, balancing with her full-sized leg, and shimmies her body to the loud R&B music. She has no arms and shows off her bare rounded shoulders by wearing just a crop top. Over the next hour, Fai demonstrates how she uses the sponsor’s products — doing everything with her toes. She puts on green contact lenses, attaches fake eyelashes, brushes on foundation, and carefully applies lipstick and eyeliner. “Today I got 4,000 [viewers], which is very good,” said Fai, who usually goes by her nickname (meaning “cotton”) rather than her Thai name ... » Learn More about Armless Beauty Video Blogger a Online Sensation in Thailand