Three-in-one premixed drinks dangerous →
By The Consumers Association of Penang Malaysians are reported to be among the highest consumers of sugar in South East Asia. In the 1970s, Malaysians consumed about 17 teaspoons of sugar a day. This figure went up to about 21 teaspoons a day in the 1980s. Now, Malaysians are reported to be consuming an average of 24 teaspoons of sugar per day. This is because sugar is present in almost every...
7 days to go for Games, 7 lessons for India →
What a mess, but we Malaysians can learn something. Corruption kills your nation!
Having a debate just for having a debate is pointless!– Anonymous
Being Poor →
Being poor is knowing exactly how much everything costs. Being poor is not enough space for everyone who lives with you. Being poor is feeling the glued soles tear off your supermarket shoes when you run around the playground. Being poor is your kid’s school being the one with the 15-year-old textbooks and no air conditioning. Being poor is thinking $8 an hour is a really good deal. Being poor...
Reading good books is like having a conversation with the most distinguished men...– Rene Descartes, Discourse on the Method (submitted by: monicacyrill)
The Russians were very weird to deal with at this time (the Kosovo crisis in...– Tony Blair on Yeltsin. Hug your friends tight, hug your enemies tighter!