Compiled NATASHA JOIBI, NG SI HOOI and R. ARAVINTHAN
ACTOR Alvin Chong has dreams of making a name for himself in the international scene, reported Metro Ahad.
The Suri Hati Mr Pilot star said it has always been his goal to pursue fame in countries such as Taiwan, Hong Kong and Indonesia.
Chong, however, declined offers to act overseas out of fear of being cheated by production companies.
“As an artiste, I have to be careful. I rejected the offers because I did not have much information on the companies,” he said.
Chong said he would continue building his reputation in Malaysia before spreading his wings to other countries.
> Khairul Anuar Husin is determined to be strong for his wife, singer Elyana, who revealed she is battling cancer, reported Berita Harian.
The businessman said it was his duty to support his wife, whose real name is Erneelya Elyana Emrizal, 30, through challenging times.
“Elyana is my wife, and she has given me my life’s most valuable treasure – our six-year-old daughter Cinta Sumaiyah,” he said.
Elyana was diagnosed with cancer shortly after giving birth to her daughter in 2012.
> The “Zombie” drug flakka has made its way to Malaysia, and has been actively peddled at entertainment outlets around the country since the beginning of this year, reported Mingguan Malaysia.
According to the report, party-goers pay up to RM300 for five grams of the substance.
“Some users claimed that their ‘souls’ leave their body for five minutes before gaining consciousness.
“This trend is frustrating because the drug cannot be detected by urine tests,” a source was quoted as saying.
The source said users exhibited zombie-like behaviour after consuming flakka.
The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.
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