Leverage on joint visa plan with the rest, Malaysia

China Press led with Malaysia’s Internet sensation MS PuiYi accusing her ex-business partner of cheating her of 4.3 million ringgit in tax matters, prompting legal action in the High Court. She filed a lawsuit in the High Court yesterday to reclaim the funds in question.

Nanyang Daily front paged the launch of the Unicorn Golden Pass that aims to attract global unicorns and create a more conducive environment for domestic startups, with the hope of nurturing more unicorns.

Kwong Wah Daily headlined that an elderly woman was denied passport renewal at the Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) Komtar because she can’t speak Malay fluently. The woman was then asked to return for an interview the next day, prompting the son to question: “What’s the rationale behind this?”

Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s announcement on the establishment of the largest intergrated circuit design park in SE Asia and located in Selangor is what Sin Chew went to town with.

Guang Ming Daily led with Datuk Pua Khein Seng, also known as the ‘father of the USB flash drive,’ announcing his return to Malaysia to invest RM100 million in establishing a startup company in Selangor. He is prepared to repatriate over RM1 billion worth of mature technology.


Malaysia should be leveraging on the joint visa plan involving four other SE Asian countires – Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam to draw in long staying high spending tourists, said Nanyang Daily.

Cooperating with the other countries on this tourism project can bring in 27.3 million people to Malaysia, including 5 to 7 million from China.

US – China relations with regards to freedom of speech is similar to the idiom, the pot calling the kettle back.

US criticised China for curbing free speech but it is now banning TikTok, said Sin Chew Jit Poh.

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