In Young Voices this week, 14-year-old Aidan Kwong relates his recent Covid-19 vaccination experience and how proud he felt having obtained his jab.
With changes in consumer behaviour post-Covid-19, Malaysia needs to find new ways to attract foreign tourists to the country once the borders are open.
Finally meeting up with friends to watch sports, Covid-19 deaths drop, delicious Serani food, and much more in the 70th weekly edition of ‘The MCO Diaries’.
Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri said the decision to allow MPs to wear Malaysian batik in Parliament would get the ball rolling for more batik-related initiatives.
From e-wallets, GPS navigation to ‘hall pass’ in the shape of MySejahtera app, the mobile phone has become the essential tool for the 21st century.
Rita Jong was initially reluctant to allow her 13-year-old to be vaccinated against Covid-19, but the benefits outweigh the small risk.
Hopefully, lessons learnt from the months of uncertainty, fear, and despair due to Covid-19 will result in more Malaysians exercising, taking control of what they consume, and appreciating life. This could be the key to turning Malaysia into a sporting nation.
Needle phobia is a serious condition that deserves attention but those suffering from it need to overcome this fear quickly and get vaccinated against Covid-19, writes former Maritime Institute of Malaysia director-general, Pola Singh.
Taking the cue from Singapore, the Science, Innovation and Technology Ministry is developing contact tracing tokens that will be given to individuals without smartphones, especially the elderly, to help track and contain the spread of Covid-19.
Time for local governments to introduce new dining policies to enable the public to dine outdoors in a safe and conducive environment, while ensuring the survival of the food and beverage industry.
It’s good to know those intending to holiday in Langkawi must now be tested for the coronavirus. Here’s a case of the government backtracking on its earlier decision, is a good thing. Initially, it had said it would allow visitors in without testing.
Three National Cancer Society of Malaysia’s (NCSM) house-to-house Covid-19 vaccination programme volunteers unite as they visit homes and vaccinate bedridden patients to help the government reach herd immunity.
Malaysia’s multimillion-ringgit tourism industry has been badly hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. The opening of Langkawi could remind Malaysians of the splendour at their doorstep.