Category: The Star
If the Opposition wins:
1. ECRL, TRX, Country Garden and all the China projects will be halted and Malaysia will be sidelined from OBOR (One Belt One Road).
China will buy more palm oil from Indonesia rather than Malaysia. Malaysia’s palm oil industry, after being boycotted by the EU, will have more problems with China’s boycott.
The Kra Isthmus project, a 30km canal funded by China to link the South China Sea and the Gulf of Thailand at the neck of the peninsula will be accelerated and beefed up. A superport hub will be built so that ships do not have to pass through Port Klang.Read More
PETALING JAYA: An analyst has warned of a bleak economic future for Malaysia if the Opposition is voted into power in GE14.
Centre for Research, Advisory and Technology chief executive officer Ng Yeen Seen said Malaysia will be sidelined by China from the Belt and Road Initiative.
She said the Opposition will cease all China-linked projects such as the East Coast Rail Link, Tun Razak Exchange and the Country Garden Forest City development.Read More
CYBERSPACE played a critical role in both the 12th and 13th General Elections back in 2008 and 2013. It paved the way for the making of professional “cyber troopers” largely working for BN in return for a fee while opposition “cyber troopers” do work on a voluntary basis.
As the 14th General Election approaches, “old fake news” now being recycled and then broadcast on WhatsApp groups and on various social media platforms continue to affect sentiments.Read More
THE announcement by Prime Minsiter Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak that women would make up at least 30% of Senators should Barisan Nasional (BN) retain a majority in next general election is a talkng point of many.
I am impressed. But, why do we need to wait till another BN landslide victory for the PM to reform the Senate? Does that mean that women are not worthy of the recognition and should not be given the opportunity otherwise?Read More
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has the potential to be a key cybersecurity player in the South East Asian region.Read More
PUTRAJAYA: Thirteen youths have been chosen to be ambassadors of the 2050 National Transformation (TN50) initiative and will reach out to other young people to find out their aspirations for Malaysia heading towards the year 2050.
Others are artist and illustrator Sarah Joan Mokhtar; chief executive of the Centre for Research, Advisory and Technology (Create) Ng Yeen Seen; Hospitals Beyond Boundaries chief executive Dr Lutfi Fadil Lokman; Malaysia Youth Council president Mua’mar Ghadafi Jamal; former national squash player Sharon Wee; and Zhariff Afandi of The Zhariff Initiative.Read More
“It’s the last day of the World Halal Conference, and Ng Yeen Seen is striding along the plush carpet floors. At the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, lunch has arrived in steaming trays, arrayed on long tables.
In the thick of the lunchtime crowd, Ng is growing impatient. There are 800 participants from 50 countries at the event, and it’s hard to find a quiet spot to talk amid the hungry crowd.
“OK, we’ll go to a VIP room,” she says, pushing open a heavy door. Setting down her mustard-yellow handbag, she settles into an armchair, prepared to field questions.
The 35-year-old has been riding a wave of publicity since she was declared a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader (WEF YGL). As one of the YGLs of 2016, she joins the most exclusive and elite club in the world: past winners include Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg, and Jack Ma of Alibaba. Closer to home, fellow YGLs are Khairy Jamaluddin and Nurul Izzah.”Read More