Littering has become a serious habit

SMOKERS have become the latest bogey man as the nation goes on an all-out war on smoking. In Kuala Lumpur, the city council DBKL and the Health Ministry are leading the crusade to wipe out a common enemy ... smokers.

I was walking in a park just yesterday and huge newly minted NO SMOKING signage was put up prominently at various strategic locations.

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