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KUALA LUMPUR: National discus thrower Queenie Ting Kung Ni will turn 22 tomorrow.
Had Instagram known what ‘D’ and ‘L’ meant in a girl’s online poll, the Sarawakian lass could have been spared from taking her own life. It didn’t, prompting debates – even in the UK parliament – on how social media platforms can help save troubled youngsters. There are also calls for action to be taken against the respondents who egged the teenager on to take her own life.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Government is making progress with its plan to come up with a law to tackle cyberbullying, says Gobind Singh Deo.
PETALING JAYA: Police and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) must investigate and bring social media abusers to book for being complicit in the suicide of a 16-year-old in Sarawak, says Wanita MCA chief Datuk Heng Saie Kie.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has advised against spreading images of a 16-year-old Sarawakian girl who took her own life after holding a vote if she should do so on social media.
HOKOTA (Japan): Mirabel Ting Ern Hui showed she is one of the bright talents in the Malaysian golf scene when she made an impressive debut in the Women’s Amateur Asia Pacific (WAAP) championship.
Plenty of action after dark to set the feet tapping.
PETALING JAYA: National squash player Aira Azman is looking to reward herself with a special birthday gift – the girls’ Under-15 Asian Junior Squash Championship title.
THE Sukma (Malaysia Games) have always been the hotbed for supplying sporting talents for Malaysia. Shuttler Lee Chong Wei, track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang and diver Pandelela Rinong all starred in the previous editions of Sukma before becoming the nation’s sporting icons. StarSport’s LIM TEIK HUAT profiles six athletes who could make their states proud over the next 11 days.
MALAYSIA’S youngest competitor at the Commonwealth Games, 15-year-old Karen Lyne, has proven to be a prized catch.