Malaysians celebrate National Day every year on August 31. But what will make August 31, 2020 even more auspicious is the rolling out of the country’s third LRT. The “final leap” for Malaysia, as a country, to achieve a developed nation status. (599)
A new offline e-payment system supported by China’s mobile payment platform Alipay was rolled out in Manila, showing the the country’s desire to accelerate the digitization to help facilitate the lives of Filipinos. At the launch ceremony, Philippine consumers experienced buying goods and services through scanning QR codes by a mobile phone app called GCash. […]
By Charles F. Moreira, Editor Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) solutions provider Silver Peak aims to have signed up 10 SD-WAN customers in Malaysia by the the end of 2017, Tricia Png, Silver Peak Systems Pte. Ltd. regional director for Asia told Enterprise TV in Kuala Lumpur on 19 July 2017. Introduced to Malaysia about […]
Image: Durians at the Burliar State Horticultural Farm – courtesy Durian Travel Guide By Charles F. Moreira, Editor The hot news in Malaysian these days is that many Chinese tourists to Malaysia include eating durian as part of their itinerary whilst Malaysian durian farmers are exporting durian fruits to China, with some fetching as much as […]
Image: EEC-targetted industries – courtesy Royal Thai Embassy – Washington DC Part 3 of 4 By Charles F. Moreira, Editor Whilst Malaysia is in the process of reviewing or renegotiating the cost and terms of major Belt & Road related infrastructure projects such as the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL), the Kuala Lumpur – Singapore High-Speed […]
As 2017 revs up, Malaysian companies across the board are expecting to look to ICT as a key enabler in order to stay sharp and lean in their costs as they prepare to face another gloomy economic year for the region. Malaysia’s top cloud advisory and cloud consultancy firm G-AsiaPacific, is positive that Year 2017 […]
Image courtesy of the New Straits Times By Charles F Moreira, Editor Representatives of several Chinese associations and societies on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia are positive about the economic growth which the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) will bring to their part of Malaysia, according to the Chinese language paper Oriental Daily News. […]


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