Sorry, we do not intend to disrupt public harmony

Local convenience store chain KK Mart’s public apology over socks with “Allah” term. They confirmed that they did not intend to disrupt public harmony, said its founder Datuk Seri KK Chai, headlined China Press.

Education Minister Fadhlina Sidek’s warning to educators who engage in sexual harassment of school children while launching Safe School Programme frontpaged Kwong Wah Daily.

Gerakan president Dominic Lau claimed that the support of several Bersatu MPs for Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim only served to strengthen Perikatan Nasional. Gerakan, Bersatu and Pas make up the PN coalition, reported Guang Ming Daily.

Both Nanyang Daily and Sin Chew Daily headlined that the global leading green synthetic graphite manufacturer, Graphjet Technology Sdn Bhd’s debut on NASDAQ under “GTI” ticker, hitting $11.80 on the first trading day, marking a $1.7 billion valuation, heralding its unicorn status in Malaysia.