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  • Monday, 24 Oct 2011

> Helping our neighbour

Kudos 2 Malaysia for de donation to Thailand. We sympathise with de Thais. – Kickdebatfella

> English, please

When most tourists order food in Thailand & Indonesia, they use hand language. In future, that will happen in Msia if PPSMI is stopped. – Dinda Remy

Why is the Govt not listening despite so many pleas from d people 2 retain PPSMI? Can our PM please intervene? – Helpless

> Our heroine

Congrats, Nicol David, Queen of Squash, on another overwhelming victory. All d best 4 ur 6th WO title. – Michelle Ong

> Chong Wei rules

In badminton, only the ever dependable Datuk Lee Chong Wei holds court and keeps the Malaysian flag flying. No others in sight.

Well done Dtk Lee. Forget abt L Dan.

> Too ‘hot’

Just a mth ago, red chillies were being sold @ btwn RM7.50 n RM8.50. But as Deepavali gets nearer, the price has soared to RM20 n beyond. What r the authorities doing? – KRS

> Give us our money

Worked umpteen years in private sector n looking forward to retiring at 55. Don’t deprive us of full EPF withdrawal at that age.

> Be a good boss

Just saying that there had been no reports of Cambodian maid abuse is not acceptable. Look at some neighbourhoods. Maids working non-stop. - S.T. Raj

> Hear us out

Pls get suggestions from owners of condos for the new Act. Too many problems with current laws on strata. – Alex18.

> Problematic students

Seems many problems from foreign students studying here. Restrict visa issuance. – Subra

> Deplorable state

The Fama Selayang market near the old pasar borong is in a deplorable state. Caught in a flash flood recently; poor traders and shoppers.

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