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Looking back on an exclusive interview with PM Mahathir. [People]
2018-05-29 07:07:50 kpkp 기자
Mahathir seemed unsatisfied with his successor’s policies 3 years ago [Review] (Korean Press) Kim Kyung-Tae = Mahathir Mohammad was just recognized as a former prime minister in Malaysian history at the time of the interview three years ago with Korean Press in 2015. Many people have come to think of the time of Prime Minister Mahathir's long-term power as a time of peace and happiness. I have lived in Malaysia for a long time and have e...
New government starts rooting out Najib's corruption! [Headlines]
2018-05-20 15:17:19 kpkp 기자
Ban from leaving the country and execute seizure search (Kuala Lumpur=Korean Press) Kim Hyung Woo = Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, have been banned from leaving the country on May 12 for alleged massive corruption. The new government took action after the couple's name was confirmed on the passenger plane list for Jakarta. Najib said he intended to travel as a family vacation plan, but h...
Singapore PM Lee meets Mahathir Mohamad in Malaysia [Hot Isuue]
2018-05-20 14:29:35 kpkp 기자
Following Mahathir's meeting with former Deputy PM Anwar Ibrahim (Singapore=Korean Press) Kim, Kyung-tae = Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong met Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on the 19th. PM Lee visited Malaysia and held a 30-minute talks with Dr Mahathir. This is the first meeting between both leaders in 10 days since the Malaysian general election on May 9. His visit to Malaysia was the second visit by foreign leaders following the visit...
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Keeping taps on your child [KP Focus]
2013-02-13 13:24:15 kpkp 기자
Without the use of smartphones. (Singapore=Koreanpress) by Ramani = Often, horror stories emerge about children going to the mall, to the cinema or afternoon sports in school and then – gone missing! So today, a parent’s priority, where his children are concerned, is keeping track of them. Today’s kids demand a Smartphone and therefore have access to the Internet. Nine times out of ten, your kid is so busy texting he is not aware...
A clean win [Society]
2013-02-13 13:19:45 kpkp 기자
Singapore’s Cleantech Park wins a district award. (Singapore=Koreanpress) by Ramani = CleanTech Park was built as Singapore’s first eco-business park by the JTC Corporation. Now it has chalked another first by bagging the Building and Construction Authority’s Platinum Green Mark for Districts Award. The award was won for having an energy-efficient infrastructure and well maintained public amenities. This is expected to help save ...
Welcoming foreigners [Society]
2013-02-07 10:05:00 kpkp 기자
(Singapore=Koreanpress) by John Kim = When the Government announced that it could have 30% more people in less than 20 years, with foreigners forming almost half the total, there was tremendous swell of protests. A controversial report issued by a government agency stated that Singapore’s population could rise up to 6.9 million in 2030 from its current 5.3 million. Singapore’s total fertility rate stood at 1.20 children per woman last ...
Singapore makes its Culinary Mark Overseas [Economy]
2013-02-07 10:00:00 kpkp 기자
(Malaysia=koreanpress) by Benjamin Kim = South Koreans will now have something to look for on their supermarket shelves. This is bottled Ya Kun Kaya Jam – made from duck or hen eggs. Adrin Loi, 58, who owns the Ya Kun Kaya Toast chain, is in the last stages of making a deal with a supermarket chain in South Korea to supply 16,800 jars of kaya jam every three months. "This will be the first overseas supermarket we are selling to. It will ...
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