Compiled by C. ARUNO, MAHADHIR MONIHULDIN and A. ARAVINTHAN
A NOODLE stall in Miri, Sarawak, was praised online for offering those in need a dignified way of receiving free food, reported China Press.
According to a banner hung atop at the stall in Jalan Marigold, those who are hungry and are facing financial difficulties can just tell the owner “Mau 1 Mee Jumpa Lagi” to eat for free.
“If you are facing difficulties and are hungry, you can come to my stall. Just tell me ‘Mau 1 Mee Jumpa Lagi’. You may go home after eating. You won’t have to feel shy,” the banner read, which was written in both Chinese and Bahasa Malaysia.
It also reminded diners to help others in need once they are financially capable.
A photo of the noodle stall and its banner went viral online, with many netizens praising the stall owner for his kindness.
“Awesome and a noble move from you. May God bless you more,” one netizen wrote.
> Hong Kong superstar Jackie Chan revealed that he is planning to film a new movie in Malaysia next year, reported Sin Chew Daily.
Speaking during the premiere of his latest film Ride On, the 68-year-old action star said he racked up a “filming debt” during the pandemic when many projects came to a halt.
“Next year, we will film scenes for our movie in Malaysia! I know Malaysian audiences love it for me to go film there.
“We have a script ready which requires filming in Malaysia. The production team has already scouted for locations,” he said.
Chan added that this time, he will not be coming to Malaysia to “bomb buildings” and “fly across rooftops” anymore, referencing his 1992 cop flick Police Story 3: Supercop which was partly shot in Kuala Lumpur.
“It is a love story... No! It is a drama,” he teased but refused to reveal more.
Police Story 3: Supercop starred Chan and Malaysian superstar Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh and featured a police chase across roads, rooftops and skies in Kuala Lumpur.
● 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 this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.