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Wong told to forget Bawang Assan seat

SIBU: Incumbent for Bawang Assan state seat Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh has been told by the five SUPP branches here that he can forget about contesting for the seat again in the next election.

Metro News

Three upcoming dates you shouldn't forget

TERIMA kasih, thank you, xie xie, nandri. Saying thank you is one of the simplest ways to show your appreciation.

Metro News

Forget not Sept 22 date to learn about dementia

It has been estimated that two out of three people globally have little or no understanding of the disease in their countries.


P.S. Don’t forget the digital space

In line with the Government’s recent focus on the Internet economy, relevant agencies are hoping to see a budget that prioritises efforts to boost an eco-system that builds towards the country’s digital economy agenda.


Don’t forget to walk to show your support

THE Dementia Society of Perak is organising a “Memory Walk ’15” in September to raise funds for its daycare centre in Ipoh.


A hard to forget dining experience

SERVING bowls of piping hot asam laksa amid lush greenery and rubber trees – the Gopeng Hill Asam Laksa offers a different kind of hawker dining experience.


Simplicity speeds up disruption

The best solutions are the ones that break down and simplify a problem, making the solution obvious. Entrepreneurs who pin their hopes on complex ideas forget the age-old truism: Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.


Pat on the back for Yong’s pet feeder

SIBU: Pet owners can look for Wilson Yong, a Form 4 student of SMK Tung Hua, if they often forget or are too busy to feed their pets.

Eat And Drink

Aidilfitri buffet to bring smiles

FORGET the cooking this Hari Raya. For a change, spend it with your loved ones at One World Hotel Petaling Jaya’s Cinnamon Coffee House.


MCA helped many, says Hew

THE Chinese community should not forget MCA’s contribution to their forefathers during the post-World War II British colonisation period, said former Kampar MP Tan Sri Hew See Tong,