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Razer hooks up with Tencent to focus on mobile gaming

Razer is summoning a big gun as it bids to develop its mobile gaming strategy. The Hong Kong-listed company — which sells laptops, smartphones and gaming peripherals — said today it is working with Tencent on a raft of initiatives related to smartphone-based games. The collaboration will cover hardware, software and services. Some of the objectives include optimizing Tencent games — which include megahit PUBG and Fortnite — for Razer’s smartphones, mobile controllers and its Cortex Android...
Tags: Android, TC, Gaming, Asia, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Tech, Ceo, Smartphone, Smartphones, Companies, Mobile Phones, Malaysia, Computing, Xiaomi


PHOTO: Leaves of the Borneo Giant Upright Elephant Ear

The island of Borneo, located just south of the tip of mainland Malaysia, is a natural wonderland. Most visitors come to dive or see the island’s unique wildlife, but the flora has a lot to offer too. During my stay at Sepiilok Nature Resort in the Malaysian State of Sabah, I spent one afternoon exploring the boardwalks that border the lake and marshes around the resort. One of my finds were enormous leaves of this Borneo Giant Elephant Ear that stood taller than me. They rippled in the... The p...
Tags: Travel, Daily Photo, Photography, Culture, Malaysia, Sabah, Borneo, Cultural Travel, Sandakan, Elephant Ear


Chinese Tourists Stuck On Tuas Link to Johor Bahru for 8 Hours

What can you do in 8 hours? You can watch Captain Marvel 4 times. You can drive to Penang from KL and back. You can also fly to Japan from KL and it takes 8 hours. On Monday afternoon, a bus filled with Chinese tourists stuck for 8 hours on Tuas Link to Johor Bahru according to Oriental Daily. ( = || []).push({}); Eight hours traffic jam on Tuas Link to Johor Bahru and we read that we need more tourists from Singapore. Singapore arrivals dr...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Headline, Singapore Singapore, Berjaya Times Square, Johor Bahru, Katong, Oriental Daily, Marina Bay Terminal


After year-long drought, two big Malaysian IPOs set for Q2 launch: sources

Malaysia's poultry producer Leong Hup International and fast food operator QSR Brands are in advanced stages of launching their initial public offerings in the second quarter, which would revive the nation's moribund primary market, sources said.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Malaysia, Leong Hup International


328 Katong Laksa Singapore Michelin Guide The Bib Review

( = || []).push({}); Your visit to Singapore is incomplete you never tasted the famous Katong Laksa. There are many laksa places you can find in Katong like satay in Kajang Malaysia. Thus, we visited the most popular laksa restaurant in Katong, the 328 Katong Laksa. They had the 2017 Singapore Michelin Guide The Bib but our real reason to visit them because IP Man (Donnie Yen) ate there before. 328 Katong Laksa is also popularised by ...
Tags: Travel, Food, Asia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Gordon Ramsay, Headline, Singapore Food, Donnie Yen, Katong, Katong Laksa, HK Roast Changi, Katong Laksa Singapore Michelin, Kajang Malaysia, Blue Mussels


Malaysia wants EU to suspend anit-palm oil policy until its scientific voracity can be proven

In Malaysia, the Bernama news agency reports that the country’s palm oil council says the European Union’s sustainability criteria for biofuels banning the oil’s use due to allegedly high indirect land use change impacts should be suspended until the ILUC rule can be proven to be scientifically-based and non-discriminatory. In response to the EU’s rule approved earlier this month, the country has said that it would implement trade barriers against European imports and halt negotiations for an EU...
Tags: Eu, European Union, Policy, Palm Oil, Malaysia, Bernama


Singapore beats Malaysia in the Most Popular Food In The World

You read it right, Singaporean cuisine beats Malaysian cuisine in the Most Popular Food In The World survey by YouGov. YouGov is a global public opinion and data company and they did many surveys around the world. The report is released a few days ago at YouGov website. ( = || []).push({}); The most popular food in the world survey conducted by YouGov in 24 countries with more than 25,000 people. Their methodology is to ask which of 34 natio...
Tags: Travel, Food, Hong Kong, Singapore, World, Thailand, Malaysia, Yougov, Headline, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Underrated Places for Good Food, YouGov YouGov, Michelin Food Guide


MATTA Fair 2019 Highlights – Travel Trends For Year 2019

First of the two MATTA Fair 2019 has come to an end yesterday. The 2nd half of the event will be held sometimes this September. I went to the event on Sunday, the last day of the 3-day event which held from 15th- 17th March 2019. Huge crowds were seen flocking in and finding empty car park lot was next to impossible. After exploring the event, here I would love to recap some of the event highlights which reflect the travel trends for year 2019. Travel Trends for year 2019 This half...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Korea, Travel Tips, Royal Caribbean, Travel Deals, Travel Destinations, Travel plan, Overseas Travel, Taiwan Tourism Bureau, Malaysia Travel Event, Matta Fair 2019


This Daily Promo – Marc Morrison

Marc Morrison Who printed it? Mike Stitt over at Agency Access. I have to say the reason I printed with AA is because of Mike. He is great to work with, creative, really knows his craft and best of all he is super easy to communicate with. Who designed it? Actually, it was me. Tell me about the images? My primary goal was to find images interesting enough to convince art buyers to open the envelope. In looking over my recent body of work, I decided to make the entire promo about a part...
Tags: Photography, Malaysia, The Daily Promo, Mike He, Marc Morrison, Mike Stitt


Malaysia summons two Goldman Sachs units linked to 1MDB scandal

Malaysian prosecutors said Monday they will summon Goldman Sachs units in London and Hong Kong to appear at a June hearing of a case linked to corruption in state investment fund 1MDB. The Wall Street titan is accused of misleading investors in the case when it helped 1MDB raise $6.5 billion through a series of bond issues in 2012 and 2013. Malaysian authorities are seeking fines in excess of the $2.7 billion allegedly misappropriated from the bond issues as well as the $600 million Goldman ea...
Tags: Hong Kong, London, News, Malaysia, Goldman Sachs, Goldman


Malaysia to summons two Goldman Sachs units ahead of 1MDB case

Malaysian prosecutors on Monday said they would issue summonses to units of U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs in London and Hong Kong, requiring them to respond by June to criminal charges filed against them last year.
Tags: Hong Kong, London, Money, businessNews, Malaysia, Goldman Sachs


Stories Of The Victims Of The New Zealand Mosque Attack

An attack on a New Zealand mosque took the lives of 50 worshippers Friday and left dozens more wounded when a white supremacist opened fire and live-streamed the shootings. Here are the stories of some of those killed and wounded. THE DEAD HUSNA AHMED Farid Ahmed refuses to turn his back on his adopted home, despite losing his 45-year-old wife, Husna Ahmed, in the Al Noor mosque attack. They had split up to go to the bathroom when it happened. The gunman livestreamed the massacre on the inter...
Tags: Facebook, Asia, News, Minneapolis, Saudi Arabia, India, Ap, Malaysia, Pakistan, West Bank, United Arab Emirates, Dubai, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Associated Press, Jordan


Brazil’s GranBio Acquires USA’s American Process

Acquisitions are often big news but the latest announcement of Brazil-based GranBio’s acquisition of Georgia-based American Process Inc. is particularly fascinating. The acquisition of American Process Inc’s technologies, intellectual property portfolio and physical assets strengthens GranBio’s market position in the deployment of highly competitive industrial processes for conversion of biomass to renewable fuels, chemicals, and nanocellulose. The details GranBio completed the acquisition of...
Tags: Europe, India, San Francisco, Georgia, United States, Top Stories, Malaysia, Brazil, Sugarcane, Biomass, Southern Hemisphere, GranBio, National Service, ALPENA MICHIGAN, Alagoas, Bernardo Gradin


Malaysia joins Indonesia with WTO threats to the EU over palm oil

In Malaysia, over the weekend, the government threatened to challenge the European Union via the World Trade Organization if the EU continues to phase out palm oil from transportation fuel. Malaysia’s foreign ministry responded to the EU’s plan to phase out palm oil that was published on Wednesday as a “calculated political act” aimed at removing its palm oil exports from the EU marketplace, according to Reuters. “Such an aggressive trade barrier targeted at Malaysia’s national interests, and ou...
Tags: Indonesia, Eu, European Union, Policy, Palm Oil, Malaysia, World Trade Organization, WTO, Reuters


AmLife Celebrates World Sleep Day with AmPower Platinum Blanket

( = || []).push({}); This is something cool and new we are sharing as this is the first time ever, we participate the World Sleep Day. AmLife returned with its World Sleep Day tribute for the fourth year in a row. Understanding the concern of many sleepless night, AmLife International launched the AmPower Platinum Blanket in tandem with World Sleep Day at Sunway Resort Hotel Petaling Jaya. ( = ...
Tags: Travel, Events, Malaysia, Evi, Headline, Others, Sheraton, Sands Resorts Cotai Strip, AirAsia Hong Leong Bank Credit Card, AmLife International, AmPower Platinum Blanket, Sunway Resort Hotel Petaling Jaya, Amlife AmPower Platinum Blanket, Sleep Health, Nielsen Company Did


Canadian Maude-Aimee Leblanc falls out of lead at Natural Charity Classic

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — Canada's Maude-Aimee Leblanc has slipped into a tie for seventh heading into the final round of the Symetra Tour's Natural Charity Classic.The Sherbrooke, Que., golfer, who led by one after the first round, carded an even-par 72 on Saturday and is now four shots off the lead at 7 under.Kelly Tan of Malaysia leads at 11 under after 36 holes. American Laura Wearn is second at 10 under.Maddie Szeryk of London, Ont., is at 3 under and Hannah Hellyer of Stirling, Ont., ...
Tags: London, News, Toronto, Canada, Malaysia, Kim, Langley, Kelowna, Fla, LPGA, LeBlanc, Symetra Tour, Maude Aimee Leblanc, Maddie Szeryk, Richdale, Kelly Tan


Malaysia threatens WTO challenge to EU's move to drop palm biofuel

Malaysia on Saturday threatened to bring a World Trade Organisation (WTO) challenge if the European Union goes ahead with recommendations to phase out palm oil from transport fuel used in the bloc.
Tags: Money, Eu, European Union, businessNews, Malaysia, WTO, World Trade Organisation WTO


New Zealand mosque shootings: everything we know so far about the Christchurch attacks

Four people are in custody after 50 people were killed and 20 more were seriously injured in shootings at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch. New Zealand Police said there had been "multiple fatalities" following what they described as a "tragic series of events" in the Canterbury region on Friday. Follow this developing story live here What has happened in Christchurch? Officers first responded to reports of shots fired in central Christchurch at about 1.40pm local time (12.40a...
Tags: Facebook, News, Malaysia, Middle East, Sydney, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Scott Morrison, Canterbury, Christchurch, South Asia, Dylann Roof, Dunedin, Christchurch Hospital, Tarrant, Christchurch New Zealand


New Zealand shooting: Brenton Tarrant charged after 50 killed in attacks on two mosques in Christchurch

New Zealand shooting: 49 killed across two mosques​ PM Jacinda Ardern vows to change gun laws Suspect appears in court charged with murder Everything we know about the shooter Brenton Tarrant The victims: Afghan refugee viewed country as 'slice of paradise' Tech giants told 'enough is enough' after shooting live-streamed  Everything we know so far about the Christchurch attacks The main suspect in mass shootings at two New Zealand mosques was charged with one count of murder on S...
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The next Russia? Malaysia weighs harsh policies cracking down on gay events

Martin Choo, general manager of Kuala Lumpur AIDS Support Services Society, told Queerty that restricting free assembly breeds “fear and distrust” of marginalized people.
Tags: Russia, Lifestyle, Malaysia, Queerty, Datuk Seri Mujahid Yusof Rawa, Peaceful Assembly Act, Martin Choo, Kuala Lumpur AIDS Support Services Society


Abu Dhabi's wealth fund shuns Goldman Sachs over Malaysia corruption scandal

Mubadala Investment Company, one of the world's biggest investors, is breaking up with Goldman Sachs.
Tags: Cnn, Malaysia, Goldman Sachs, Abu Dhabi, Mubadala Investment Company


Goldman Asked to Defend Role in 1MDB Deals by Malaysia Regulator

The Securities Commission sent a show-cause letter to the bank in December, asking Goldman to explain why such action shouldn’t be taken against the bank, the regulator said in a Friday statement. The commission has the power to impose administrative sanctions and undertake civil enforcement proceedings as well as criminal prosecutions, the statement added. A spokesman for Goldman Sachs declined to comment.
Tags: News, Malaysia, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Securities Commission, Goldman Asked


Flight returns to airport after passenger realizes she left her baby in terminal

A flight from Saudi Arabia to Malaysia turned around after a passenger on board realized she left her baby in the airport terminal.            [Author: Time]
Tags: News, Saudi Arabia, Time, Malaysia


Is the world's next great Indian restaurant in Malaysia?

Nestled in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Indian restaurant Nadodi is using modern gastronomic techniques to elevate the traditionally rustic cuisine of South India. Is this the world's next great Indian restaurant?
Tags: Cnn, Malaysia, South India, Kuala Lumpur Indian


Malaysia's securities regulator issues Goldman Sachs with show-cause letter

Malaysia's securities commission said on Thursday that it has issued a show-cause letter to Goldman Sachs, which is embroiled in multi-jurisdictional investigations into Malaysian state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
Tags: Money, businessNews, Malaysia, Goldman Sachs


Kim Jong-nam murder: Malaysia rejects suspect's release plea

Vietnam had asked Malaysia to free Doan Thi Huong, who is on trial for killing Kim Jong-un's brother.
Tags: News, Malaysia, Vietnam, Kim Jong, Kim Jong Nam, Doan Thi Huong


Malaysia Closes More Than 100 Schools After Chemical Leak Causes Poisonings

More than 40 people remain in hospital and over 200 have been treated
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Malaysia, Overnight, Onetime


Malaysia won’t drop case against Vietnamese in Kim killing

SHAH ALAM, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia’s attorney general ordered the murder case to proceed against a Vietnamese woman accused in the killing of the North Korean leader’s estranged half brother, prosecutors said in court Thursday. Prosecutor Iskandar Ahmad gave no explanation for the refusal to drop the murder charge against Doan Thi Huong, who is […]
Tags: News, Nation, Malaysia, Kim, Shah Alam Malaysia, Nation & World, Doan Thi Huong, Iskandar Ahmad


Kim Jong-nam murder trial: prosecutors reject request to free Doan Thi Huong

Vietnam’s calls to release second suspect are refused, following release of Indonesian woman Siti AisyahA Vietnamese woman will continue her trial for the murder of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korea’s leader, after Malaysian prosecutors rejected a request from Vietnam to free her on Thursday.The Vietnamese government had made the appeal after Doan Thi Huong’s co-accused, Indonesian woman Siti Aisyah, was released on Monday in a shock decision. Continue reading...
Tags: North Korea, Asia Pacific, Malaysia, Kim Jong-un, Vietnam, Kim Jong, Kim Jong Nam, Doan Thi Huong, SITI, Siti Aisyah


Malaysia: schools closed after hundreds poisoned by toxic waste dumped in river

Toxic fumes blamed for making more than 500 people ill near the industrial town of Pasir GudangMore than 100 schools in Malaysia have been closed after the dumping of toxic waste into a river caused hundreds of people to fall ill, including many children, authorities said.A lorry is believed to have dumped the waste in southern Johor state last week, sending hazardous fumes across a wide area and causing those affected to display symptoms of poisoning such as nausea and vomiting. Continue readin...
Tags: Environment, World news, Asia Pacific, Pollution, Malaysia, Johor, Pasir GudangMore