Thoughtless adults could do well to learn about integrity from some youngsters who act responsibly in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Lately, people have been acting like they have lost their marbles. Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin got it right when he said the Movement Control Order can affect people’s mental state.
It would be a nightmare if we actually came across these unfathomable New Year greetings.
Can Selangor’s water woes be solved if ministers queued up with pails in hand the next time there’s a cut? Most probably, but that’s just a fairytale.
Malaysian politicians rule okay in the farcical BOOTY Awards 2020 presentation. There are, however, a handful of truly deserving awards for our frontliners and the rakyat.
It’s like a journey of discovery at the spanking new Medan Selera in USJ 1, Subang Jaya. The tasty food, low prices and easy parking have got Purwaiz Alam hooked.
How many times have you not been able to find your favourite shirt or shorts although it’s right there, just that only your other half knows where that “right there” is. Purwaiz Alam is one of the “silent victims”.
Purwaiz Alam cheekily suggests that the people are just envious of Padang Terap District Officer Hakim Ariff Md Noor because he is multilingual.
Politicians should forget about “volunteering” to be inoculated with the Covid-19 vaccine as they have proven their immunity time and again. They should instead inject some common sense into themselves, says Purwaiz Alam.
Three people gave Purwaiz Alam the extra push to walk 26km and raise funds for Women’s Aid Organisation. He pays tribute to them and everyone else who supported Twentytwo13’s Project 60.1.
Business has boomed for Kapten Corner in Boomtown, USJ 11, Subang Jaya. It’s not surprising as retrenched pilot Azrin Mohamad Zawawi and his wife serve delicious Ipoh Mee Kari and Laksa Utara.
Twentytwo13 has collected RM14,100 from friends for Women’s Aid Organisation. Tomorrow, Project 60.1 culminates with Purwaiz Alam walking 25km in support of women and children who are victims of domestic violence.
More friends do their part by donating towards Twentytwo13’s Project 60.1 fund to help Women’s Aid Organisation run its programmes for battered women.