E-Invoice system raises concerns among small businesses

Nanyang Daily led with small vendors grappling with the e-invoice system; they were concerned about potential fines for mistakes. The Federal of Hawkers and Petty Traders Association Malaysia seeks government exemption for vendors with under RM 500,000 annual turnover from e-invoice usage.

Malaysia mandates all businesses, even street vendors, to issue electronic invoices for tax reporting effective on 1 July. The move signals revolutionary changes in the country’s taxation system.

China Press headlined that a female broadcaster who stopped streaming faced harassment faced online harassment for 3 years from a male fan.

Despite resuming streaming, the harassment persists, deeply affecting her well-being. She pleat with the fan to halt his actions for her mental health’s sake.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim stressed Malaysia’s need for swift action in creating a strong ecosystem to advance the development and use of AI technology in the current and post-pandemic period, frontpaged Kwong Wah Daily.

Health Minister Datuk Seri Dzulkefly Ahmad noted that if anyone experiences side effects from COVID-19 vaccines, the government will ensure they receive necessary treatment are the headlines of Sin Chew Daily and Guang Ming Daily.


A world Bank research shows Malaysian students have an average schooling duration of 12.5 years but their actual learning time being only 8.9 years, which is lower than Vietnam average learning time of 12.9 years, while their actual learning time is 10.7 years.

Vietnamese students excel academically due to their resilience in facing tough competition, which fosters perseverance essential for success. Education plays a vital role in determining competitiveness. Since the late 1980s, Vietnam has focused on maths education, yielding remarkable achievements.

While Malaysia still grapples with whether to open Universiti Teknologi Mara’s (UiTM) cardiothoracic surgery postgraduate program to non-bumiputera students, Vietnam is forging ahead with education reforms.

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