Sick of squeezing onto the MRT every morning, but not about to take out a car loan? Well, riding a motorcycle solves both of those problems. Not only will you have your own transport, you'll also often be able to enjoy free parking thanks to the small size and agility of your vehicle And as if bikes weren't cool enough, DPM and Minister for Finance, Lawrence Wong, was … [Read more...] about Motorcycle license in Singapore: A beginner’s guide to COE, electric motorcycles and helmets
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A senior UN official is visiting Myanmar this week, the UN said, on a rare visit that comes amid domestic political turmoil and fraying ties between Myanmar and its Southeast Asian neighbours. Myanmar has been in chaos since the military overthrew an elected government led by Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi early last year and launched a bloody crackdown on protests that … [Read more...] about UN special envoy to visit Myanmar amid ‘deteriorating situation’
Malaysians have been in an uproar over the past couple of weeks after it was revealed that 6 billion ringgit (S$1.8 billion) had been paid for six naval ships that remain undelivered well past the deadline, adding to the crisis facing Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob and his nascent administration. Ismail Sabri, who was made prime minister barely a year ago, has been under … [Read more...] about Will missing ships scandal sink Malaysian PM’s team, Umno leadership?
PHNOM PENH – Australian filmmaker James Ricketson has been transferred to a prison hospital in Cambodia with various health complaints as he awaits trial on espionage charges. James Ricketson is 69 years old and his months of detention in a cell with 126 other men are taking their toll. In a letter to the Australian ambassador in Cambodia, Mr Ricketson said he had chest … [Read more...] about Australian Filmmaker James Ricketson “Accused of Spying” in Cambodia Transferred to a Prison Hospital in Cambodia
KUALA LUMPUR , Malaysia – An alliance of Malaysian opposition parties led by the country’s 92-year-old former authoritarian leader Mahathir Mohamad won a fiercely contested general election, ending the 60-year rule of the Malay-dominated National Front. The result is a political earthquake for Muslim-majority Malaysia, sweeping aside the government of Prime Minister Najib … [Read more...] about Opposition Parties in Malaysia End 60-Year Hold on Power, Najib Razak VOTED OUT