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Christina Chin

sgchris@thestar.com.my

Recent and archived articles by Christina Chin

Reinventing customs

23 April 2017

After successfully overseeing the country’s GST implementation, new Customs director-general Datuk Subromaniam Tholasy is set on reinventing the department.

Addressing addiction

16 April 2017

THE National Anti-Drug Agency (Nada) is drafting a standard operating procedure (SOP) for privately-run drug rehab centres.

It’s up to us to save the nation

16 April 2017


Datuk Seri Jahaberdeen Mohamed Yunoos is on a mission to turn Malaysians into Rapera, or ‘saviour citizens’, because he believes that a nation is saved not by politicians, but by the rakyat themselves.

Drug dealers go online

16 April 2017

BANGI: Traffickers are taking their business online to avoid detection. And they’re hiring students to become drug pushers.

Snuffing out the smugglers

9 April 2017

The Customs Department is getting serious with smugglers, intensifying its collaboration with regional counterparts and local enforcement agencies.

Smugglers getting craftier

9 April 2017

PUTRAJAYA: Poison in a soup can. Candy-wrapped explosives. Daggers inside cereal boxes. These are how illegal goods may be coming into the country.

The future of palm oil

19 March 2017

Addressing unfair attacks on palm oil, the Malaysian Palm Oil Council’s new chief executive officer Dr Kalyana Sundram separates scare tactics from the science.

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