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PETALING JAYA: From Japan to South Africa, countries worldwide with smoking bans have implemented a system where lighting up is allowed in eateries with designated smoking areas.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry wants non-smokers to “speak out” on their right to a smoke-free surrounding.
PUTRAJAYA: Smokers who felt edged out by the government’s smoking ban are being given their own space to light up.
Many do not realise the negative impact of throwing used cooking oil down the sink or into the drain.
JOHOR BARU: Just like Fleet Street in London which is famous for its press and newspaper-linked businesses, Johor Baru has Jalan Maju in Taman Maju Jaya.
Therefore mixes and matches elements from the West with ingredients and flavours from the region.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry wants non-smokers to "speak out" on their right to a smoke-free environment.
PUTRAJAYA: Designated smoking areas can be built outside eateries and in public areas, says Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.
From AZIZUL ISMIE MOHD PUAD, SecretaryMalaysian Integrated Medical Professionals Association
From PHILIP WONG, Director, Sarawak Institute for Public Affairs, Kuching.