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    WhereAreJoAndTheCurls
    Malaysia: sit the f*ck down

    WhereAreJoAndTheCurls

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 40:37


    Story time! In this episode I will share all the minor inconveniences that happened to me during my trip to Malaysia and Thailand. I also shared the top three messages that I received. Big shoutout to all my Malaysians who continuously download my episodes. Thanks for listening. Get connected with me onIG: Wherearejoandthecurls Email: Wherearejoandthecurls@gmail.com 

    BFM :: The Breakfast Grille
    Yew Lee Pacific Group Poised To Expand

    BFM :: The Breakfast Grille

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 25:50


    Almost every industry uses industrial brushes for a variety of purposes and it is an often overlooked but crucial element in all businesses. Ang Poh Yee, Executive Director of Yew Lee Pacific Group, who is one of the key players in the manufacturing of industrial brushes in Malaysia and is also seeking a listing on the ACE Market of Bursa Securities, talks to us about their intention with IPO proceeds and expansion plans.

    Volts
    Volts podcast: Abigail Hopper on the trade case that is crushing the US solar industry

    Volts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 64:43


    Back in 2012, the Obama administration levied tariffs on solar panels from China, to punish the country for unfairly subsidizing its panels in an attempt to corner the market. In the ensuing years, US imports from China fell off sharply and imports from Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam rose just as quickly.Early this year, a tiny California-based solar manufacturer, Auxin, filed a trade complaint with the US Department of Commerce, alleging that China is effectively laundering its solar supply chain through third-party countries, thereby illegally circumventing tariffs. It asked Commerce to apply commensurate tariffs on imports from those countries. (Canary Media has extremely thorough coverage of the case, if you want to catch up.)Commerce is investigating. Meanwhile, the industry has been thrown for a loop — imports have fallen off, projects are being cancelled, and projections of growth are being revised radically downward. The tariffs could be anywhere from 30 to 250 percent, which would radically change the economics of big solar projects, and if applied, will be retrospective over the past two years, which means even existing contracts are in jeopardy. The uncertainty has cast a pall over the entire sector.The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has been advocating against tariffs from the beginning and is calling on Commerce to dismiss the complaint. I contacted Abigail Hopper, the head of SEIA, to talk about the merits of the case, whether building a domestic solar supply chain is a good goal, whether tariffs work, and what other policies might be preferable. Get full access to Volts at www.volts.wtf/subscribe

    The Great Fail
    Episode 46: Carrian Group Swim with the Fishes

    The Great Fail

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 24:14


    Carrian Group was a tale made for fiction, running the gamut of corruption, human greed, fraudulent accounting, and false profits that spanned across countries. Despite it being almost 4 decades since the collapse of this huge conglomerate, we still don't know the full story - but what we do know was that behind this catastrophic failure stood some very fascinating characters-The Prime Minister of Malaysia, a charismatic CEO, several government officials, some high-level executives and between them, all aligning to create a labyrinth of business dealings that would blow up into a high-profile investigation, the murder of an auditor, and a mysterious drowning, eventually ending up as one of the largest bankruptcies in Hong Kong history. Find out how it went down on Episode 46 of The Great Fail. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    BFM :: The Breakfast Grille
    Philips Domestic Appliances Focusing On Innovation

    BFM :: The Breakfast Grille

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 32:36


    The pandemic sparked a surge in sales of kitchen appliances, coffee, garment and home care categories. We speak to Nicholas Lee, the Vice President & Market Leader of Asia Pacific for Philips Domestic Appliances on the impact of the sale of its business to Asian private equity group Hillhouse Capital, what is its e-commerce strategy and the change of consumer trends in Malaysia.

    RNZ: Nine To Noon
    Paul Caffyn: A sea kayaking legend

    RNZ: Nine To Noon

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 21:22


    Paul Caffyn is an absolute legend of sea kayaking. His first big trip was in 1977 when he circumnavigated the South Island over four months. That was just the start. Over the coming years he circumnavigated the North Island, Britain, Australia (that took a whole year) , Japan, Alaska, New Caledonia and voyaged from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia to and around the island of Phuket in Thailand. He's notched up over 40,000 miles in his single West Greenland style kayaks , seeing some of the most remote places in the world from the vantage point of the sea. He's written four different books on his various expeditions, and in 2011 was made an officers of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to sea kayaking and water safety. When he's not on the water, he lives on the West Coast, from where he chats to Kathryn Ryan.

    Madigan's Pubcast
    Episode 90: Mayonnaise Tattoos, Living Hobbits, & the Yellow Brick Road to Atlantis

    Madigan's Pubcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 80:23


    Kathleen opens the show drinking a Good Bug Golden Ale from Lazy Magnolia Brewing in Kiln Mississippi. She reviews her weekend in Huntsville Alabama, golfing at The Ledges (her favorite course there) and meeting fun Termites at the shows as she ran her set to prepare for her upcoming Amazon Special taping in Denver at The Paramount on June 4th. “GOOD BAD FOOD”: In her quest for new and delicious not-so-nutritious junk food AND in continuing her search for the best Ranch, Kathleen tastes Baumhower's Alabama White BBQ Sauce, which she likes but thinks is a little too sweet for her liking. She moves on to sample Cheetos Flamin' Hot Sweet Carolina Reaper cheese puffs, which she spits out and compares to “FIAAAAHHHH!” She finishes her tasting with Nabisco Better Cheddars Snack Crackers, which she likes but prefers regular Cheez-Its 1000% more. QUEEN'S COURT: Kathleen gives an update that Dolly Parton's Imagination Library has expanded to Oklahoma. UPDATES: Kathleen gives updates on the sale of Warhol's “Shot Sage Blue Marilyn”, Mattress Mack makes a huge Astros bet, Boris Becker's prison situation, JetBlue's hostile takeover of Spirit Airlines, “HOLY SHIT THEY FOUND IT”: Kathleen is amazed to read about the discovery of an undersea road to the lost city of Atlantis, a 6-year-old finds a Megalodon tooth in the UK, and a giant sinkhole with a forest inside is found in China. 2022 BEST PLACES TO LIVE IN AMERICA: Kathleen reads the new list of the best places to live in the US for 2022-23, with Huntsville AL dethroning Boulder CO at the top spot. 2022 FATTEST STATES IN AMERICA: Kathleen laughs out loud reading the 2022 list of “The Fattest States in America,” with Mississippi taking the top spot and Colorado being the Fittest. She agrees that she would also join the ranks of the “hearty Termites” in Mississippi if she lived in Biloxi since she absolutely loves the seafood and anything Cajun from Mary Mahoney's restaurant. MONKEYPOX RESURFACES IN AMERICA: As a follow up to Episode 50, Kathleen reads a headline advising that multiple cases of Monkeypox have recently been identified in the US and Canada. She goes on to read about a mysterious “hybrid” monkey that was spotted in Malaysia and appears to be a combination of two different species. FREE DUKE'S MAYONNAISE TATTOOS: Kathleen is a massive fan of Duke's Mayonnaise, and is thrilled to read an article announcing a 1-day promotion where Duke's sponsored 70 free Duke's-themed tattoos at Yellow Bird Tattoo near its headquarters in Richmond, VA. SHERPA SCALES MT EVEREST FOR THE 26TH TIME: Kathleen loves reading about the Nepalese sherpas that work on Everest, and is blown away to read an article advising that Kami Rita Sherpa just beat his own world record for climbs of Everest after his 26th ascension at the age of 52. MAN OPENS PLANE EXIT DOOR WHEN REFUSED ALCOHOL: Kathleen is amused to read an article outlining the antics of a retired California roofer who fled a moving United Airlines plane through the emergency exit after the flight crew refused to serve him alcohol before takeoff. MYSTERIOUS “HOBBIT” SPECIES MAY NOT BE EXTINCT: Kathleen reads an article from Indonesia claiming that sightings of a small “ape-man” could be proof that the Homo floresiensis species (or hobbits,) may not be extinct and is still alive today in report parts of the area. WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK: Kathleen recommends watching David Bowie in the 1996 movie “Basquait” on YouTube. SEE KATHLEEN LIVE: See Kathleen live on her “Do You Have Any Ranch?” Tour. Tickets available at kathleenmadigan.com/tour See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    BFM :: The Breakfast Grille
    MoneyMatch: Banks Beware, The Digital Upstarts Are Here

    BFM :: The Breakfast Grille

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 24:08


    Naysan Munusamy, the co-founder of transfers and remittances fintech MoneyMatch, discusses being in a winning consortium for one of Malaysia's five digital bank licence winners along with RinggitPlus, CarSome and KAF.

    BFM :: The Breakfast Grille
    Business And Performing Arts Enabling Seagrass Preservation

    BFM :: The Breakfast Grille

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 24:29


    Chosen as one of six researchers from around the world to receive this year's Pew Marine Fellowship, Dr. Jillian Ooi, Seagrass Ecologist and Senior Lecturer at the University of Malaya is on the Breakfast Grille to share the key ecological roles of seagrass meadows. To mark International Day for Biological Diversity on the 22nd of May, we ask her about Malaysia's biodiversity, the education surrounding this issue and how difficult is it to secure funding for her research?

    SVG Superstar Podcast
    Growing in your comfort zone - Myths debunked with Rafi (Ideastrider)

    SVG Superstar Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 25:05


    This week I partnered up with Rafi from Ideastrider to talk about what it's like to grow in your comfort zone. In this episode, we discussed...

    SVG Superstar Podcast
    400+ Sales from SVG Side Hustle with Susan (LunaLagoonSVGs)

    SVG Superstar Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 19:01


    In this episode, I'm chatting with one of the talented SVG Superstar (SVG Business Coaching Program) students about her experience in running a successful SVG business side hustle besides her full-time day job.

    The Leslie Marshall Show
    Are Chinese Manufacturers Rerouting Solar Panels to Avoid U.S. Tariffs?

    The Leslie Marshall Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 42:00


    Leslie is joined by Scott Paul, President of the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM), a partnership established by some of America's leading manufacturers and the United Steelworkers union. For roughly 15 years, Mr. Paul and AAM have worked to make American manufacturing a top-of-mind issue for voters and our national leaders through effective advocacy, innovative research, and a savvy public relations strategy. Leslie and Scott discuss the Department of Commerce's investigation into whether Chinese manufacturers are re-routing solar panels through four Asian countries in an attempt to avoid U.S. tariffs. Here is more background on the subject from Scott's colleagues at AAM, Elizabeth Brotherton-Bunch and Matthew McMullan: The investigation came about after California solar panel maker Auxin Solar filed a petition with the Commerce Department asking for the investigation, arguing imports from Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand were actually made in China. Auxin also had support from Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle and in the Senate and House, with Ohio Sens. Rob Portman (R) and Sherrod Brown (D) writing to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo:     “As we understand it, these operations use raw materials, labor, capital investment, and research and development from China. Moving to a third country to assemble a product with inputs from the country subject to the original AD/CVD order is textbook circumvention. (AD/CVD stands for Antidumping and countervailing duties, which are intended to offset the value of dumping and/or subsidization, thereby leveling the playing field for domestic industries injured by such unfairly traded imports). As you know, if legitimate circumvention allegations go unaddressed, entire domestic industries and thousands of American manufacturing jobs are at risk.” It all seemed pretty straightforward; Commerce would investigate the claims and issue a decision. If you follow this blog, you know that these sorts of trade cases happen all the time. But ever since Commerce moved forward with the probe, solar importers have done a full court press to convince everyone that the investigation would spell doom for the industry. There have been many, many many stories in recent weeks arguing that the solar industry is now “frozen” because of the investigation and that it will hinder the Biden administration's climate goals. They've also argued that shipments have already slowed because of the investigation. It all strikes us as somewhat odd, given that no decision has been made (and thus no new tariffs have been issued). What do these folks have to fear? That's the argument that Auxin CEO Mamun Rashid made in a recent interview with E&E News. “If there's been no cheating going on, there's absolutely nothing to worry about,” he said. “If I'm a manufacturer overseas, or I'm an importer, and I know I wasn't participating in any kind of circumvention, I wasn't cheating, I don't have anything to worry about. I don't understand why the concern is there.” Rashid also rejected the argument that tariffs, if they are eventually placed on these products, will harm the industry and limit progress on reducing climate emissions. He said:     “I can only speak to my experience. In the last 14 years, we have seen tariffs being instituted and we've seen the predictions that were made on what would happen if the tariffs were put in place. And it has never materialized. Deployments have continued to grow double digits and outperform predictions, even prior to tariffs being imposed, and pricing has continued to fall. I have no reason to believe it'll be any different this time.” So why is SEIA mounting such an aggressive campaign against this investigation? Well, solar is an obviously important source of green energy and therefore plays a huge role in our national climate goals, but it's also an industry, and a business. And as a trade association representing lots of importers it's performing its primary function: Protecting their profits. It could also be because some of its member companies are the same ones that were originally targeted by the tariffs that these imports are accused circumventing, as the Prospect points out, and that some indeed source from suppliers that use slave labor in China's Xinjiang province — where the government has forced an estimated 1 million Uyghur and other typically Muslim ethnic groups into detention camps, according to researchers and news organizations. And this big push could also be because it could be gearing up to take a run at overturning a ban on imports made by that labor that's set to take effect in about six weeks. WEBSITEs: 1. AmericanManufacturing.org 2. A website with an AAM petition asking Congress to support America's solar manufacturers and workers: TinyURL.com/SupportAmericanSolar TWITTER: 1. AAM - @KeepItMadeInUSA  2. Scott Paul - @ScottPaulAAM   You can watch this episode in the following places: Twitter - https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1mrGmaYBMMqGy YouTube - https://youtu.be/Ek13HtSpGaI Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/leslie.marshall.547/videos/7476380872432052

    Progressive Voices
    Leslie Marshall Show -5/20- Are Chinese Manufacturers Rerouting Solar Panels to Avoid U.S. Tariffs?

    Progressive Voices

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 42:00


    Leslie is joined by Scott Paul, President of the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM), a partnership established by some of America's leading manufacturers and the United Steelworkers union. Leslie and Scott discuss the Commerce Department's investigation into whether Chinese manufacturers are rerouting solar panels through four Asian countries in an attempt to avoid U.S. tariffs. Here is more background on the topic from Scott's AAM colleagues, Elizabeth Brotherton-Bunch and Matthew McMullan: The investigation came about after California solar panel maker Auxin Solar filed a petition with the Commerce Department asking for the investigation, arguing imports from Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand were actually made in China. Auxin also had support from Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle and in the Senate and House, with Ohio Sens. Rob Portman (R) and Sherrod Brown (D) writing to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo: “As we understand it, these operations use raw materials, labor, capital investment, and research and development from China. Moving to a third country to assemble a product with inputs from the country subject to the original AD/CVD order is textbook circumvention. (AD/CVD stands for Antidumping and countervailing duties, which are intended to offset the value of dumping and/or subsidization, thereby leveling the playing field for domestic industries injured by such unfairly traded imports). As you know, if legitimate circumvention allegations go unaddressed, entire domestic industries and thousands of American manufacturing jobs are at risk.” It all seemed pretty straightforward; Commerce would investigate the claims and issue a decision. If you follow this blog, you know that these sorts of trade cases happen all the time. But ever since Commerce moved forward with the probe, solar importers have done a full court press to convince everyone that the investigation would spell doom for the industry. There have been many, many many stories in recent weeks arguing that the solar industry is now “frozen” because of the investigation and that it will hinder the Biden administration's climate goals. They've also argued that shipments have already slowed because of the investigation. It all strikes us as somewhat odd, given that no decision has been made (and thus no new tariffs have been issued). What do these folks have to fear? That's the argument that Auxin CEO Mamun Rashid made in a recent interview with E&E News. “If there's been no cheating going on, there's absolutely nothing to worry about,” he said. “If I'm a manufacturer overseas, or I'm an importer, and I know I wasn't participating in any kind of circumvention, I wasn't cheating, I don't have anything to worry about. I don't understand why the concern is there.” So why is SEIA mounting such an aggressive campaign against this investigation? Well, solar is an obviously important source of green energy and therefore plays a huge role in our national climate goals, but it's also an industry, and a business. And as a trade association representing lots of importers it's performing its primary function: protecting their profits. It could also be because some of its member companies are the same ones that were originally targeted by the tariffs that these imports are accused circumventing, as the Prospect points out, and that some indeed source from suppliers that use slave labor in China's Xinjiang province — where the government has forced an estimated 1 million Uyghur and other typically Muslim ethnic groups into detention camps, according to researchers and news organizations. And this big push could also be because it could be gearing up to take a run at overturning a ban on imports made by that labor that's set to take effect in about six weeks. WEBSITEs: 1. AmericanManufacturing.org 2. A website with an AAM petition asking Congress to support America's solar manufacturers and workers: TinyURL.com/SupportAmericanSolar

    The Broadcast
    The Broadcast Ep. 6.42 "An All-Inclusive Weekend"

    The Broadcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 91:21


    Massages and spirit guides and Brazillian 'wacking,' oh my! It's Raleigh Meet-Up weekend recap time! We are joined over Zoom to talk about Cards Against Humanity: Swinger's Edition, the dual Fireball Island championship, gummies, floor shows, baseball games, and more. We even have Brian the non-DP Specialist read his own email and then revisit the origin of how he got his nickname. It's time to visit Malaysia's Waxing Service!Feedback: TheBroadcasters3@gmail.com or 331-BROADS3 (331-276-2373)June 1: Clueless/10 Things I Hate About You/Can't Hardly WaitLinks:Matt's Broadcast Book Club: https://bit.ly/2MDMem3The Broadcast on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/30g6ijbThe Broadcast Facebook Page: https://bit.ly/2TAqeKSPatreon: www.patreon.com/jayandjackFacebook: www.facebook.com/groups/jayandjackgroupMerch: www.jayandjack.com/store

    Reisen Reisen - Der Podcast mit Jochen Schliemann und Michael Dietz

    Auge in Auge mit wilden Orang Utans, puderweiße Traumstrände, das beste aus Asiens Küche, eine Science-Fiction-Metropole plus alle Weltreligionen friedlich vereint - Malaysia hat alles. Und in dieser Folge kommt ihr alles für die Fernreise eures Lebens. Einen der spannendsten Natur-Orte der Welt (Borneo), in dem jeden Tag neue Pflanzen und Tiere entdeckt werden. Hunderte wunderschöne Inseln - sowohl für Soloreisende, Familien oder Pärchen. Und Kuala Lumpur mit seinen Sky Bars zum Protzen, Streetfood zum Niederknien, grenzenlosen Möglichkeiten und dieser wundervollen Erkenntnis: Malaysia in Südostasien, egal, wie viel du uns schon an Eindrücken geschenkt hast, es gibt immer noch etwas zu entdecken. Einzigartige Nasenaffen! Walhaie und Nemo! Das leckerste Curry! Urwald-Abenteuer! Hindu- und buddhistische Tempel neben Kirchen und Moscheen! Holländische Windmühlen und riesige Echsen, die neben uns aus dem Wasser kommen. Glaubt ihr nicht? Stimmt aber. Alles in dieser Folge! Diese Folge entstand mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Tourism Malaysia. Zum Restart präsentiert sich das Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board Frankfurt verstärkt auf dem deutschsprachigen Markt, zuletzt auf dem ITB Digital Business Day 2022. Mehr Informationen online unter https://www.malaysia.travel/  oder dem deutschsprachigen Blog https://www.tourismmalaysiablog.de/. Werbung: Unser Partner bei dieser Folge ist Bundaberg - eine echte Weltklasse-Limonade. Das Familienunternehmen aus dem gleichnamigen Ort an der Ostküste des Landes braut jede Flasche ihrer Limo genau so lange, bis sie perfekt ist - mit echten Früchten, ohne Alkohol, in der einmaligen Flaschenform. Bundaberg zu trinken ist wie ein Kurzurlaub in Down Under oder die perfekte Belohnung für besondere Momente mit besonderen Menschen. Egal ob Ginger Brew, Blood Orange Brew und Lemon Brew - Bundaberg ist echte Premium-Limo - Brewed to taste better. Alle Infos hier: https://linktr.ee/Bundaberg_deutschland

    Astro Awani
    Niaga AWANI: Prospek pertumbuhan perdagangan Malaysia

    Astro Awani

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 9:31


    Niaga AWANI membincangkan berita perniagaan dan ekonomi dalam dan luar negara, serta analisis bersama pakar dan dibawakan oleh Ibrahim Sani dan Harits Asyraf Hasnan.

    Astro Awani
    Niaga AWANI: VC Investment focus realignment

    Astro Awani

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 21:07


    Harits Asyraf and Ibrahim Sani speaking with Aaron Sarma, the General Partner of ScaleUp Malaysia and Raja Hamzah Abidin Raja Nong Chik, the Managing Partner of RHL Ventures about investment focus realignment in Malaysia.

    Ear to Asia
    Ending the cycle of political disarray in Malaysia

    Ear to Asia

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 39:19


    Malaysia has witnessed a succession of prime ministers and political alliances over the past four years in what some observers say is the most serious era of political instability since independence in 1957. Meanwhile, Malaysia's grand old party, UMNO, dealt an unprecedented defeat in 2018 following a global corruption scandal and mass protests, is now back in power – dashing the expectations of religious and ethnic minorities. What will it take for the political turmoil to end in Malaysia, once a catchword for successful multi-ethnic economic development? Long time Malaysia watchers Professor James Chin and Dr Nadzri Noor shine a light on contemporary Malaysian politics. Presented by Ali Moore. An Asia Institute podcast. Produced and edited by Profactual. Music by audionautix.com.

    Astro Awani
    AWANI 7:45 [18/05/2022] - Tiada peningkatan mendadak | Peningkatan kes berganda | Sejak pandemik COVID-19

    Astro Awani

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 36:17


    Laporan berita padat dan ringkas #AWANI745 bersama Luqman Hariz Tumpuan #AWANI745 malam ini: Kementerian Kesihatan yakin rakyat Malaysia mampu beralih ke endemik HFMD kini jadi kebimbangan terbaharu  Bola juga boleh satukan kita, tolak perbezaan sempit #AWANInews #MalaysiaSihat

    FLCCC Alliance
    #04 Dr. Pierre Kory's Medical Lecture for the Physicians and Citizens of Malaysia

    FLCCC Alliance

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 39:09


    Dr. Pierre Kory's Medical Lecture for the Physicians and Citizens of Malaysia

    Food School: Smarter Stronger Leaner.
    Digital Nomads and easy healthy eating from Malaysia to Singapore.

    Food School: Smarter Stronger Leaner.

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 15:06


    TUNE IN TO LEARN:I always say that healthy eating skill is about building one food habit at a time, like eating protein for breakfast, lunch and dinner, cooking or no cooking - it's all about making it easy and simple. Not about learning some complicated calorie and macro tracking - only a mad person would stick with that for life.Here I share how you can simplify your protein habit traveling the world

    Astro Awani
    374: Daily Dose @ 5: Malaysia records 2,017 new COVID-19 cases, Russia sends 900 Mariupol fighters to prison camp

    Astro Awani

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 3:00


    AMONG the headlines for Thursday, May 19, 2022, Malaysia reports a total of 2,017 new COVID-19 cases reported in the last 24 hours. The country currently has 29,971 active cases. Seven people have died from the disease yesterday. Meanwhile, a total of 2,548 patients have recovered from the virus, in the latest report. Also, nearly 1,000 Ukrainian fighters who held out inside the Azovstal steel works plant had surrendered after being ordered by their military to abandon the last stronghold of resistance. Russia says it has sent the Ukrainian soldiers to a former prison colony in a Russia-controlled part of Donetsk. Listen to the top stories of the day, reporting from Astro AWANI newsroom — all in 3-minutes. We bring you the headlines, weekdays at 5 pm. Stay informed on astroawani.com for these news and more.

    Far East Travels Podcast
    Vietnam Drops Pretests + More Travel News from Asia!

    Far East Travels Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 12:37


    Vietnam along with several other countries have decided to drop pretests for fully vaccinated visitors. That makes entry to Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam relativeily easy to enter now with no required pretests for fully vaccinated travelers. It's now possible to have an extended stay in Southeast Asia with the least amount of restrictions since the pre-pandemic days of traveling. Vietnam has yet to authorize stays longer than 30 days but if you were looking to spend more time in Vietnam it would be very easy to break up your long stay with trips to Cambodia, Thailand, or even Laos allowing you to start a new 30 day eVisa cycle in Vietnam. Still no word on when the country will reinstate 3 month tourist visas. As always your support is greatly appreciated!If you'd like to support the channel there are two ways:Patreon-monthly pledges/support-https://www.patreon.com/FarEastTravelsDonations: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/JohnASaboeWrite a Review:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/far-east-travels-podcast/id1079513943?itsct=podcast_box_link&itscg=30200&ls=1

    Syndication Made Easy with Vinney (Smile) Chopra
    Timeless Strategies for Successful Multifamily Investment

    Syndication Made Easy with Vinney (Smile) Chopra

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 43:55


    Welcome to Syndication Made Easy with Vinney Chopra! Today's guest is James Kandasamy who is the CEO of Achieve Investment Group, LLC. His pragmatic skills in solid communication, interpersonal, analytical and organizational leadership skills, as well as his deep-rooted background in Real Estate Investment, are what make him unique. James obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering (Hons) from the University of Science, Malaysia and MBA from the University of South Australia. He holds the prestigious CCIM designation as well. James discusses investing in deep-value add apartments and how off-market and being a differentiator in marketspace can give you an edge in the marketplace. James discusses analysing a Profit and Loss statement and how to spot inconsistencies and spot efficiencies with respect to how you want to manage the portfolio yourself. Passive Investing in Multifamily Syndication is ideal for any investor who lacks the time or interest in dealing directly with the challenges but seeks the benefits of real estate. James also routinely led passive investors to an average IRR of more than 20% in past deals. Here is some of what you will learn: Risk vs. reward Persistence Asset management COVID–19 expectations Money talks Closing deals Emerging market Value add Long-term loans Investor base Asset class Market rents   James has built a reputation for creative marketing tactics to find motivated sellers and unlock hidden value in multifamily operations. ------------------------------------------------ About Vinney (Smile) Chopra: Vinney is a real estate investor, syndicator, International best-selling author, host of 4 podcasts, multifamily educator, mentor, dedicated husband of over 40 years and father of 2 children-Neil and Monica, residing in Danville, California (near San Francisco) for 40+ years. Vinney came to this country with only $7 in his pocket and a dream. Vinney has now built a portfolio of over 6,500 units amounting to over $650 Million in the multifamily, senior assisted living and hospitality arenas. He is passionate about helping others achieve financial freedom and giving back to our seniors who have given us so much. Learn more about Vinney: https://vinneychopra.com/ Learn more about investing with Vinney: https://vinneychopra.com/investor/ Apply for Mentorship: https://vinneychopra.com/mentorship/ Vinney's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VinneyChopra/videos Vinney's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vinney-smile-chopra/ Vinney's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vinneychopra/ Vinney's Free Book: https://vinneychopra.com/freebook/ ------------------------------------------------

    Why It Matters
    S1E48: Much anticipated debate between Anwar Ibrahim and Najib Razak lacked substance: Regional Round-up

    Why It Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 8:23


    Synopsis: The Straits Times analyses South-east Asia's top news developments in this weekly podcast. The Straits Times' regional correspondent Leslie Lopez chats with Money FM's Adrian Abraham, sitting in for Elliott Danker. In this week's episode, we discuss the sentiments surrounding the live debate between Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim and former prime minister Najib Razak are mixed. Vivian Balakrishnan visited the country as well to strengthen its ties with Singapore. The recently concluded US-ASEAN summit renews their ties as well. Lastly, the election for the Bangkok governor could be an indication of how the next national polls will go. Produced by: Leslie Lopez (ljlopez@sph.com.sg) & Money FM's Breakfast Huddle team Edited by: Nadhirah Kamarudin and Penelope Lee Follow Regional Round-up Podcast every Wednesday on our Asian Insider Podcast channel: Channel: https://str.sg/JWa7 Apple Podcasts: https://str.sg/JWa8 Google Podcasts: https://str.sg/wQsB  Spotify: https://str.sg/JWaX SPH Awedio app: https://www.awedio.sg/ Website: http://str.sg/stpodcasts Feedback to: podcast@sph.com.sg Read Leslie Lopez's articles: https://str.sg/3xRX Register for Asian Insider newsletter: https://str.sg/stnewsletters --- Discover ST's special edition podcasts: Singapore's War On Covid: https://str.sg/wsfD The Unsolved Mysteries of South-east Asia Embed: https://str.sg/ws76 Stop Scams: https://str.sg/wnBi --- Discover more ST podcast series: In Your Opinion Podcast: https://str.sg/w7Qt SG Extra Podcast: https://str.sg/wX8w  Asian Insider Podcast: https://str.sg/JWa7 Green Pulse Podcast: https://str.sg/JWaf Health Check Podcast: https://str.sg/JWaN #PopVultures Podcast: https://str.sg/JWad ST Sports Talk Podcast: https://str.sg/JWRE Bookmark This! Podcast: https://str.sg/JWas Lunch With Sumiko Podcast: https://str.sg/J6hQ Discover BT Podcasts: https://bt.sg/pcPL Follow our shows then, if you like short, practical podcasts! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Cedarville Stories
    S6:E20 | Charis Chen

    Cedarville Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 34:33


    Trusting the One Who Holds the Future  Classes at 3 a.m. Worshipping with chapel from behind a computer screen halfway around the planet. A worldwide pandemic delaying her Cedarville experience for a year. Charis Chen has persevered through a number of trials to pursue her degree in psychology.  Charis, a junior from Malaysia, was set to begin classes at Cedarville in fall 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic forced her to adjust her plan. While taking classes online at strange times of the day – Malaysia is 12 hours ahead of eastern standard time – she found ways to stay engaged while battling sleepiness and fatigue.   Even online, she was able to connect with fellow students over text messaging and communicated with her professors about slide shows that were hard to read or class discussions that were difficult to hear. Through the difficulties, Charis never wavered in her belief that God wanted her to study psychology at a school that prioritized the Gospel and the Word of God. She knew that helping people emotionally and mentally had to be anchored in the Good News of God's saving work through Christ.   Now she is engaged in a research project on the topic of grief related to the sudden and unexpected passing of her advisor and professor, Dr. Michael Firmin, who went to be with the Lord on October 27, 2020. Charis' psychology instructor in Malaysia was taught by Dr. Firmin, and she credits his influence as a significant factor for her pursuing a degree at Cedarville.   “God is a good God who holds the best of reality in His hands,” Charis shares during the podcast. “Even over the rest of my life before Cedarville, I saw how He arranges things in ways I wouldn't have planned, and they turned out great. I know that wherever He puts me, He has a purpose for it.   “I started watching the chapel livestream the week before everyone was sent home. Around that time, Dr. White started repeating this phrase in chapel every day, “God is faithful; you can trust Him.” That was a big part of what I held onto.” ………. Dr. Michael Firmin was featured on the Cedarville Stories podcast in 2020.

    Astro Awani
    AWANI Pagi: Diplomasi "Wolf warrior" - Adakah China semakin agresif

    Astro Awani

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 26:06


    Perubahan dasar luar baharu China seringkali dikaitkan dengan faktor dalam di republik itu.  Apakah implikasi perubahan dasar luar ini terhadap Malaysia dan Asia Tenggara?  Bagaimana kita harus bertindak balas terhadap dasar luar China yang disifatkan semakin agresif? #AWANInews #MalaysiaSihat

    Raise the Line
    A Global Look at Online Postgraduate Medical Education and the Future of Healthcare – Dr. Tom O'Callaghan, CEO of iHeed (Cambridge Education Group)

    Raise the Line

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 23:37


    Dr. Tom O'Callaghan thinks he's already seen the future of medicine in this tech-heavy age, and it looks a lot like the personal, trusted healthcare he saw his father providing in the small community in Ireland in which he was raised. As he tells host Rishi Desai, if you have a good family doctor “you're far more likely to have a better healthcare outcome to every illness you have in your life.” It's not that O'Callaghan is anti-technology. For one thing, he thinks wearables and remote monitoring will actually facilitate a needed transition from hospital-based to community-based care. But perhaps a greater proof point is he leads a specialty online medical education company called iHeed that leverages the latest technology, tools and educational approaches to make post graduate education for doctors, nurses and allied health professionals in 65 countries across Europe, Middle East, Asia and Africa more accessible and affordable. The company, part of the Cambridge Education Group, also develops national scale residency programs in countries including Malaysia and Saudi Arabia to spur the evolution of primary care in underserved communities. Tune into this revealing conversation for a global take on medical education, to hear why developing more nurses is key to tackling the gaping healthcare worker shortage, and for some wisdom he's drawn on in his own career as a family practitioner that he discovered on a slip of paper in the bottom of the doctor's bag his father carried for decades. Mentioned in this episode: https://www.iheed.org/

    Asia Rising
    #184: Modern Monarchies in Asia

    Asia Rising

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 26:21


    While the twentieth century saw the collapse of monarchies across Europe, recent events are a reminder that hereditary monarchies still matter in Asia. In some countries like Malaysia and Bhutan the institution is thriving, but they can struggle for relevancy given the pro-democracy movement in Thailand and fast-modernising landscape of Japan. Guest: Emeritus Professor Dennis Altman (Vice-Chancellor's Fellow, La Trobe University), author of God Save the Queen: The Strange Persistence of Monarchies. Recorded on 15 February, 2022.

    BFM :: The Breakfast Grille
    Health White Paper: Can It Right The Wrongs?

    BFM :: The Breakfast Grille

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 25:06


    Malaysia's health white paper is due soon. Will it however be able to address the plethora of issues that existed even before the pandemic in a sustainable manner? Datuk Dr Kuljit Singh, President, Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia (APHM) & Azrul Mohd Khalib, CEO, Galen Centre for Health & Social Policy give us their views on what the priorities should be. Image credit: Shutterstock.com

    Arroe Collins
    Angel Brinks From VH1's Basketball Wives

    Arroe Collins

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 14:05


    This season on the hit series Basketball Wives it's a whole new ball game as the ladies are back and ready to level up with a reunion of friends from past and present, all the while finding connections that both bring them closer together – and at times threaten to tear them further apart. Featuring veteran cast members Jackie, Malaysia and Jennifer and MVPs from seasons past Angel, Brandi, Duffey, Brooke and Brittish with appearances by Shaunie, Nia and Noria, we'll follow the boss ladies as they focus on their families, relationships, and business ventures while clearing up their pasts to make a better future. Angel Brinks, ex-girlfriend and of NBA player Tyreke Evan's and mother to their daughter Amani, is back after a five-year break. Now in a new relationship and pregnanat with her third child, Brinks tries to have it all in her life—but will the combination of running her clothing line, Angel Brinks Fashion, a high-risk pregnancy and questions about her relationship be too much for her to bear? Angel is a fashion designer, boutique owner, reality show personality, executive producer and former background dancer for Jennifer Lopez, who is one of her many celebrity clients today.

    Arroe Collins
    Angel Brinks From VH1's Basketball Wives

    Arroe Collins

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 14:05


    This season on the hit series Basketball Wives it's a whole new ball game as the ladies are back and ready to level up with a reunion of friends from past and present, all the while finding connections that both bring them closer together – and at times threaten to tear them further apart. Featuring veteran cast members Jackie, Malaysia and Jennifer and MVPs from seasons past Angel, Brandi, Duffey, Brooke and Brittish with appearances by Shaunie, Nia and Noria, we'll follow the boss ladies as they focus on their families, relationships, and business ventures while clearing up their pasts to make a better future. Angel Brinks, ex-girlfriend and of NBA player Tyreke Evan's and mother to their daughter Amani, is back after a five-year break. Now in a new relationship and pregnanat with her third child, Brinks tries to have it all in her life—but will the combination of running her clothing line, Angel Brinks Fashion, a high-risk pregnancy and questions about her relationship be too much for her to bear? Angel is a fashion designer, boutique owner, reality show personality, executive producer and former background dancer for Jennifer Lopez, who is one of her many celebrity clients today.

    Meet St. Louis
    Episode 184: Chef Bernie Lee and Akar

    Meet St. Louis

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 26:26


    Bernie Lee started working in restaurants as a teenager. He immigrated to the US from Malaysia and wanted to open a restaurant that reminded him of the fusion of flavors he grew up with. His first restaurant was 609 Lounge and Restaurant in the Delmar Loop, and then opened Hiro Asian Kitchen in Downtown. All of those experiences led him to eventually open Akar in Clayton. The tiny 12-seat restaurant is located on Wydown in what Lee describes as a “little magical corner.” We sat down with Lee to talk about cooking from the heart and the lessons he learned from his mother and grandmother. We talk about travel and menu inspiration and the joy of invoking a memory through food. Akar features elevated Malaysian cuisine and is open Tuesday through Sunday for dinner.

    As It Is - Voice of America
    Indonesia's Policy Gives Malaysia Edge in Palm Oil Export - May 16, 2022

    As It Is - Voice of America

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 3:32


    MedicalMissions.com Podcast
    Exploring the Journey to Full Time Missions: A Panel of Docs and Nurses

    MedicalMissions.com Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022


    Hear healthcare missionaries share their journeys. In the first hour hear a panel of two docs and two nurses answer your questions as well as: How do I find God’s guidance in the journey? Why and how do I connect with a mentor or agency or team or training? What about student loans, raising financial support? What if my spouse or family are not supportive of me doing missions? The second hour will be small discussion group with a missionary coach and others like you in your current stage: Exploring whether or not to consider full-time missions Heading towards full-time missions Single or married Here are some comments from a previous GMHC: “My group leader was great and answered a lot of the questions that I had.” “My leader did a great job being open and honest about her experiences.”