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Zhejiang Export Online Fair（Southeast Asia-Fire Prevention and Security）
Zhejiang Export Online Fair（Southeast Asia-Fire Prevention and Security）2021, hosted by Department of Commerce of Zhejiang Province and undertaken by Zhejiang Broad International Convention and Exhibition Co., Ltd., is to be held from 8th to 12th March on ZOOM; focuses on the application and equipment of fire prevention and intelligent security technology.
With the spread of the pandemic, global economic development has been somewhat hindered. Department of Commerce of Zhejiang Province has been committed to maintain the sustained development of foreign trade in the province, and the international sister cities to tide over the difficulties. As a strong economic and trade power in the Southeast Asia, Malaysia and China are highly complementary in economic structure and enjoy broad prospects for economic and trade cooperation. For many years, China and Malaysia has established a strategic partnership, which brought their friendly cooperation in various fields to a new level. In recent years, the bilateral trade between China and Malaysia has been rising rapidly.
In recent years, due to the global economy continues to weaken, to face various difficulties and risks brought by the international economic adjustment test, Zhejiang transmission industry companies adhere to scientific development as the theme to overcome kinds of difficulties, and the industry keep the good situation of the sustainable and healthy development of economic operation.
Within five days, these Zhejiang enterprises will conduct one-to-one accurate trade negotiation with Malaysia buyers through online live broadcast on the basis of previous offline match making. It is estimated that the fair will exceed over one hundred rounds of trade negotiations.
Time: 08-12/03/2021 (14:00-15:30 and 16:00-17:30)
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The virtual expo and business matchmaking platform is being Organised by Department of Commerce of Zhejiang Province. This virtual expo will be conducted in China from 𝟏𝘀𝘁 𝐭𝐨 𝟱𝐭𝐡 𝐌𝐚𝐫𝐜𝐡 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟏.
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At a time when business has hit a new low due to the restrictions on travel and transportation. The expo will give a boost to business opportunities and will help stakeholders in exploring new avenues to diversify and expand in the current business environment.
The range of products has been selected keeping in mind the requirements of the Malaysia market. All discussion amongst participants will take place online via Zoom Video Conferencing platform.
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Why is Malaysia so Polarised today?
In the good old days, citizens only had The Straits Echo, New Straits Times and later on, The Star, to feed them with the latest news. The advent of information technology and rise of Internet popularity has seen the proliferation of online news portals - independent and the not-so-independent ones. Since then, news readership of mainstream media has been steadily on the decline and the print media is being sustained mainly by advertising revenue. Beyond all those superficial issues, the fact remains that the rise of the new media has paved the way for more partisan media in Malaysia and triggered an insidious process of political polarisation of Malaysia.
Today, news audience seems to be divided into three segments - the Pro-BN, the Pro-PR and of course, the fence-sitters. Without prejudice, many seem to buy the tales of their preferred media - lock, stock and barrel without questioning the authenticity of the report, the implication of bias headlines, morals, objectivity and even the unhealthy slants of fanatically populist and anti-establishment, anti-corruption rhetoric, anti-PM articles that those independent news portals carried by TMI, FZ, The Ant Daily, MK, Malaysia Chronicle and other sites. Consequently, more are blindly pro-Opposition and narrowmindedly anti-BN with a one-track mind!
Hitler once said: "A lie told often enough becomes the truth."
That is exactly what is happening in Malaysia. the last ten years or so, irresponsible sites have been filling the Internet with lies, distortions of truth, fabrications of concocted reality and all kinds of warped messages.
A very good example is the Altantuya case.
At the end of this post is a list of headlines from various news portals. Even without reading the whole report, citizens are being BRAINWASHED to hate the government!
What is the real agenda of those media sites? Why are they persistently seducing their audience with populist views?
Why are some sites so pro-Anwar and anti-Najib?
For that, we need to examine the content, background and ownership of those sites.
News content that is stems from simple and clear ideological slant e.g. Anti-BN headlines would naturally attract viewers who are ALREADY dissatisfied with the state of affairs. Hence, readers would perceive such websites to be more credible as the owners/writers seem to share their political attitudes.
By reading such distorted articles, these readers are unconsciously reinforcing their stereotypes of the status quo and thus political polarisation multiplies at a very dangerously worrying rate. Things can come to a head when the political ambiance in the country is heated and then fringes may be on the rise.
In reality, citizens have a few choices. They can treat these as the gospel truth or ignore them or accept it and think nothing about those deceptive messages. There is one thing which FEW would ever do.
That is to TEST and to VERIFY the information.
I am not saying we have a perfect government (none exists in this world by the way). We have an imperfect government that is trying to perfect its imperfections in sincere programmes such as GTP, BR1M etc. Along the way, we have little devils in irresponsible news portals spreading doubts, magnifying weaknesses, glorifying the Opposition.
I do not deny the presence of a strong Opposition is important BUT it has to be a wholesome, effective and upright Opposition and that is absent in Malaysia.
There is much irony in news reporting.
1. When the status quo tells the truth e.g. in AG's reports, they are blasted to kingdom come for this and that. Fine - all in the name of efficiency.
2. If the Opposition does something wrong and then the status quo gives them a dose of their own medicine via public criticism, all hell breaks lose and the citizens turn a blind eye to the weaknesses or failings of the Opposition and go into full throttle to blast BN.
3. The worst scenario is this. The whole question of selective exposure is a pivotal factor in polarizing Malaysia. Those who are politically conscious carry with them biases and beliefs that those online sites are believable and trustworthy and deliberately read only THOSE news which can strongly influence their attitudes, speech and voting behaviour. These citizens, armed with their 'perceived' inference of what is right and wrong, go on to become opinion leaders in kopi tiams and INFLUENCE others to share their beliefs. Such a multiplier effect in wider society and at the grassroot level can be very potent in swinging voters to become pro-Opposition.
Now here's the catch.
Some argue and say - if that is the case, why can't the government close down those sites?
If the ruling government would do that in the name of curbing hostility etc... those 'biased' pro-Opposition citizens would say - there you go - we have a government that does NOT practise freedom of speech or press freedom.
It is a Catch 22 for our government, whom I believe is sincerely trying its best to maintain a healthy balance of freedom in a non-hostile and non-confrontational way.
If they pull up editors for misdeeds, people would protest and this would trigger another wave of anti-BN sentiments.
If the government does nothing and allows freedom of speech, the pro-Opposition fellas will say - see our leaders are useless!
Either way, to the pro-PR supporters, BN is always wrong, PR is always right! Sheesssshhh!
The bottom line is this.
Many sites have been spinning their yarn of lies, of deception and myths to the extent that these have become 'truths' in the minds of the audience. You see, the culture of ignorance has made many quite clueless about integrity and journalistic principles.
They do not know what is right or wrong. They only know BN is wrong. Remove BN. All will be right after that WHEN (or so they dreamlah) Pakatan Rakyat takes over.
What a lame and blind displacement of hope!
Their folly is this - their ridiculous belief that whatever BN does is wrong.
To them, whatever PR does is RIGHT. Even if it is wrong, it is ok for their wrong is not as unforgivable as BN's mistakes.
Now you see - our society has really become not only ignorant but so polarized that many have lost their sense of judgement.
They can only see our Prime Minister as the villain and Anwar as the hero.
Anwar - the one who gallivants to foreign countries to shame and blame this nation for anything, anywhere, anyhow he chooses.
Or maybe some look to Lim Kit Siang and his obedient son Lim Guan Eng who has led Penang to four or five consecutive budget deficits, land reclamation issues and botak hills.
In spite of all this...
Despite water cuts and what-have-you's....in the eyes of pro-Opposition citizens....they will say - it is OKlah...they are not as bad as BN.
You see...it is not BN that is taking our citizens on the road to destruction.
It is PR and their insidious media who are marking the routes, paving the different roads to destruction and hurrah for them...many citizens are happily traipsing and spreading their new found 'Pro-PR euphoria'.
Do you see how pervasive is the effect of biased reporting from those websites? They have a malevolent agenda. One to divide, not unite. One to polarise, not to spread harmony.
Maybe now you can understand why this country is so polarised.
Maybe now you can appreciate the uphill task of our government to develop this country for the common good.
Be deceived no more!
Top Ten Reasons Why Pakatan Rakyat is a Failure
1. A coalition is a group of people/parties/organizations who share common interest in reaching the same goal and work together harmoniously by regularly meeting and resolving issues/differences. Pakatan Rakyat does not do this.
Although PAS, DAP and PKR share the same goal of toppling BN, they do not have common interests, philosophy or methodology in reaching that goal.
2. A coalition draws inspiration and direction from citizens/members/regional population. This does not apply for Pakatan Rakayt.
PAS, DAP and PKR each get direction from THREE DIFFERENT party leaders who do not co-exist for the same goal.
3. A coalition works to build a healthy community. Pakatan Rakyat thrives by sowing the seeds of dissent.
PAS, DAP and PKR work for self-interest. Decisions made by leaders are usually for THEIR PERSONAL interests.
A good example is the Kajang by-election and MB issue in Selangor.
4. A coalition draws up guidelines and work towards achieving their goals by following guidelines. This does not apply to Pakatan Rakyat.
Pakatan Rakyat had differences when drafting their Buku Jingga and even when completed, it remains A BUKU - A MERE BOOK for show. All else is forgotten!
5. A coalition must have members which respect member parties/organizations but not Pakatan Rakyat.
Pakatan Rakyat coalition party leaders have no qualms about asking other parties to leave when their ideology or methodology do NOT match.
Malaysiakini reported that Lim Guan Eng said "the biggest issue after Aidilfitri celebrations is whether the two party system can continue in Malaysia. The breaking up of Pakatan Rakyat on the refusal of one component party to respect and hold on to views arrived at together, could not be discounted according to his Hari Raya statement today."
6. A coalition must have member parties/organizations that respect and honour the decisions and opinions of other members.
Recently, PAS frustrated PKR and DAP when it said that there was no reason to remove Selangor Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim from his post. According to Lim Guan Eng, "if the decisions we have achieved together in the Pakatan highest leadership council is dismissed just like that by one party, the survival and credibility of Pakatan will be continue to be undermined."
What future is left for Pakatan Rakyat, what hope is there for its supporters when Lim Guan Eng himself has PUBLICLY acknowledged that the survival and credibility of Pakatan Rakyat is at stake? Zilch.
7. A coalition makes and keeps promises but not Pakatan Rakyat.
Over the years, Pakatan Rakyat has CLAIMED it can govern if it is given the mandate by the rakyat. They promised to show their shadow cabinet which today has been in the shadows, never ever seeing the light of day! Are they capable of governing Malaysia when they cannot even keep a basic promise?
8. A coalition must show and develop its abilities and competence to foster healthy relationships with member parties/organizations to sustain efforts to reach their mission. Sorry, this does not apply to PR.
Pakatan Rakyat leaders almost always issue individual press statements without consulting/considering or acknowledging the views of other leaders of member parties.
Is this effective cooperation or destructive individualism?
9. To succeed, a coalition must show progressive or interim victories because its members work together in unity. Pakatan Rakyat does not have any such consistent record except only in their wishful fantasies.
Since 2008, we have seen PKR, PAS and DAP fighting over seats, limelight and a host of other issues. Self-interest rules, not party cohesion. We see Anwar Ibrahim trapising all over the world to shame the country in international media whereas other leaders HAVE NO COMMENT about such actions.
Who is in charge? Is there unity?
10. A coalition can only succeed if leaders show consideration for the greater good of the country by pooling resources, ensuring proper communication flow to sustain an alliance that unites members to achieve goals and empowers leaders to share power for long-term social and political change. Pakatan Rakyat has never, will never and can never do that.
It is a marriage of convenience that never worked from Day 1. It is a threesome kind of menage a trois whereby three leaders only see themselves and not the other two leaders nor do they see the Trinity kind of leadership depicted by its name. It is never THREE-IN-ONE leadership but each screaming and fighting to be NUMBER ONE.
So there you go....this is the crux of why Pakatan Rakyat has failed and can never serve the rakyat because its leaders are self-serving giants or dinosaurs in the political sphere of Malaysia!
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Malaysia menubuhkan makmal keselamatan siber 5G pertama
Malaysia menubuhkan makmal teknikal pertama di Asia Tenggara yang memberi tumpuan kepada keselamatan siber untuk rangkaian 5G. Perkara ini diumumkan oleh Menteri Komunikasi dan Teknologi Media Malaysia Sayfuddin Abdullah, ketika berbicara dalam konferensi video di salah satu anjuran Huawei.
5 Dinner Habits That May Shorten Your Lifespan
Written by Dr. Veena Madhankumar and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team
February 19, 2021 icliniq Healthy eating
Our dietary habits can either prolong or decrease our lifespan. In fact, most of us do not consume a nutritionally balanced diet and forget to eat the recommended amount of vegetables and fruits and binge on sugary and high-calorie foods. A study linked longevity to five lifestyle factors, and our diet is one of the five factors.
Also Read : The Psychology of Healthy Eating
There are various food habits that could shorten your lifespan, but here, we have listed the most common blunders people make during dinner. To avoid ingestion and enjoy a good night’s sleep, have a light dinner as our physical activity is reduced at night.
1. Cocktail Before Dinner
A glass of wine or a drink while cooking or relaxing before dinner sounds divine, but cocktails increase your appetite, resulting in more calorie consumption. A study also proved that people who drink vodka with orange juice consume more food and fatty foods than those who drink only orange juice. This effect is called the aperitif effect.
2. Microwave and Plastic Containers
Also Read : Nutrition Tips for Kids
When you microwave your food by keeping it in a plastic container and covering it in a plastic sheet, you consume harmful chemicals. Your food, especially fatty foods, get contaminated with phthalates and BPA (Bisphenol-A) that get released by non-microwave safe containers. These chemicals are believed to work as endocrine disruptors, meaning they act like hormones that disturb the healthy cells and interrupt the endocrine system. Instead of using plastic containers, transfer your food to a ceramic container or a microwave-safe glass.
3. No Activity After Dinner
It is essential to either go for a walk or be a little active after dinner to live a long and healthy life. According to the American Cancer Society, sitting for an extended period is associated with a high risk of death from diseases like heart disease, cancer, stroke, kidney disease, lung disease, liver disease, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s. Taking a short walk after dinner will keep you healthy and fit and has various other health benefits. It also improves digestion, maintains blood sugar levels, reduces heart disease risk, promotes weight loss, and reduces blood pressure.
4. Eating Very Fast
Gulping down food can make you gain weight and affect your heart. This was reported by the American Heart Association in a scientific conference in 2017. When you eat quickly, you fail to chew your food properly, which affects digestion and absorption of essential nutrients. Fast eaters are 11.6 % more predisposed to have metabolic syndrome (a cluster of high blood pressure, high blood glucose levels, and high triglycerides levels). Therefore, eating slowly by chewing your food properly will keep you more healthy.
5. Failing to Drink Water Before Dinner
Not drinking water before dinner may lead to headaches, constipation, fatigue, poor digestion, and even weight gain due to dehydration’s adverse outcomes. When you drink water before having food, you will get a sense of fullness that will allow your body to consume fewer calories and improve digestion. This practice will also help you maintain a healthy body weight. So, try to drink water at least 30 minutes before your dinner
iPhone 12 / 12 Pro : The tempered glass that can withstand more than 50kgf weight pressure!
There are many BIG brands in the market when come to screen protector, but not many people heard this HAO brand before. HAO has been in Malaysia (Cheras, Kuala Lumpur) for more than 5 years already. HAO is a brand from Taiwan which specialise on making the best screen protector for smartphone.
Recently HAO brand gets hot attention from news media & youtubers because of HAO launches a new product which they call it HAO 5G Jelly Glue Tempered Glass (HAO5G果冻贴) for iPhone 12 / 12 Pro that can withstand more than 50kgf (kilogram force).
HAO Taiwan (小豪包膜）also did the same pressure test on the real iPhone 12 "Ceramic Shield" display and the result is shocking!
iPhone 12 " Ceramic Shield" display crack on 39.97 kgf while HAO 5G Jelly Glue Tempered Glass can go over 50 kgf without cracking. When this video upload on YouTube and Facebook, it become viral and Taiwan news media / Tech Youtubers all began to rush to 小豪包膜 - 板橋旗艦館2.0 to do interviews, testing & reviews on this HAO 5G tempered glass.
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Bandar pelabuhan Kota Bharu, atau dalam bahasa Melayu "istana baru" adalah bandar dan ibu kota terbesar di negeri Kelantan
Salah satu tempat yang paling popular dan meriah di Kota Bharu adalah Pasar Pusat yang besar, yang bahkan telah menjadi salah satu tarikan di bandar ini. Penjualnya terutama menjual makanan laut, rempah-rempah, sayur-sayuran segar, makanan laut kering, makanan ringan dan buah-buahan. Berdekatan adalah pusat membeli-belah KBTC yang besar, di mana anda boleh membeli hampir semua barang: dari pakaian bergaya hingga alat moden. Tempat popular lain untuk membeli-belah adalah The Store, Kota Seri Mutiara, Pelangi Mall, Pantai Timur dan pasar raya besar Tesco. Jangkauan barang di tempat-tempat ini sangat besar, dan harganya jauh lebih rendah daripada di ibu kota.