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YS Chan

Enforcements can easily be much better

VIEWPOINT During a road safety forum in December 2003, I proposed that private companies be appointed to assist the authorities in conducting surveillance to...

Informed decisions needed to develop tourism industry

VIEWPOINT The Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (Tourism Malaysia), which is the marketing arm of the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (Motac), compile and post...

Practical solutions needed for safer highways

COMMENTARY In response to the common practice of sleepy lorry drivers stopping their vehicles in highway emergency lanes to take a nap, Road Transport Department...

An insight into PPR

VIEW POINT Program Perumahan Rakyat (PPR) or People’s Housing Project is one of the four programmes listed in Sarawak Housing Development Corporation’s website, and the...

Regulating e-hailing service at a snail’s pace

VIEW POINT MyTeksi, an e-hailing app for taxis, was launched in Kuala Lumpur on June 5, 2012. On May 16, 2014, MyTeksi added GrabCar to...

Go all out and shine in coming world golf c’ship

Thanks to the media, many Malaysians may be able to recall the two major golf tournaments staged in the country. There were the Maybank...

Ministry needs to beef up enforcement unit

If tourism is a business that requires the least expenditure but gives the maximum return within the shortest time, then the government should invest...

Promote Kuching as a city of peace for all humanity

During the recent Chap Goh Mei festival in Kuching, Tourism, Arts, Culture Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman was delighted to see...

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