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Old 12-09-2006, 01:17 PM
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Default Judge warns of bias against foreign women

Report from The New Straits Times dated Tuesday 12 September 2006 :-

Judge warns of bias against foreign women

IPOH : Not all foreign women found at entertainment centres are prostitutes.

With this remark, High Court judge Datuk V.T. Singham acquitted 11 female Chinese nationals and three Vietnamese women yesterday, setting aside their conviction and five months’ jail sentence for allegedly breaking the conditions of their social visit pass.

The women, aged between 18 and 37, have already served almost two months’ jail since their arrest on July 19.



Singam said enforcement officers should not be prejudiced against foreign women found at entertainment centres and brand them as prostitutes.

The law allowed women from foreign countries to enter Malaysia and enjoy themselves at entertainment centres, he said, cautioning enforcement officers not to be overzealous.

"If that’s the attitude, foreigners will not want to enter the country or go to entertainment centres because they would be scared of being arrested for so-called breaking the conditions of their visa."

The 14 women were charged with breaking conditions of their visa as stated in their passports by entertaining customers at the Mikado Pub & Muzikal Hall at No 30-32, Taman Sentosa 2, Sitiawan, between 11.30pm on July 19 and 11.30pm on July 20.

The women appealed to the High Court to review their case, alleging that the Seri Manjung magistrate’s court only took five minutes to read the charge to them and did not even check if the three Vietnamese women understood the charge.

During yesterday’s proceedings, Singham observed that no evidence was tendered on the roles played by the 14 foreign women, whether they were at the door inviting customers into the entertainment centre or merely singing karaoke to entertain themselves.

"Even if they were seen with local customers, we cannot assume that they were entertaining them," he said.

He said there should be proper investigation before a charge was framed and urged law enforcers not to be overzealous but to conduct their investigation with a clear and open mind.

"It is adding salt to injury by saying that they were prostitutes," he said.

Deputy public prosecutor How May Ling conceded that the charge did not specify the condition that was breached.

She also conceded that while there was no evidence that the women were prostitutes, they were charged as though they were because of a comment by the prosecuting officer that they were "welcomed because they were tourists but were home-wreckers because they were prostitutes".

The magistrate might have passed a lighter sentence if there was no consideration that the women were prostitutes, she agreed, pointing out that the maximum sentence for the offence was only six months.

How also said there was a discrepancy in the dates, as the girls were arrested on July 19 for a crime they allegedly committed later, as the charge sheet listed the time of the offence as between 11.30pm on July 19 and 11.30pm on July 20.

Counsel Ranjit Singh Sandhu objected to How’s application for a retrial, stating that the facts presented against them were not only irrelevant to the charge but also highly prejudicial.

The women entered the country legally and had valid travel documents when they were arrested, he said.
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Report from The STAR dated Thursday 14 September 2006 :-

Pulau Perhentian : Koh Samui’s lesser-known sister

The resort island of Pulau Perhentian off Terengganu's coast shares geographical similarities with its Thai counterpart of Koh Samui, situated 600km to the north. But it still lags when it comes to drawing tourists.

Tourism operators on the island are of the opinion that networking with their counterparts in Koh Samui can help bring the much needed tourists. A boatman waiting for passengers to disembark from the speedboat to take them to shore at Pulau Perhentian Kecil in Terengganu.


The Thailand Tourism Asso-ciation's Deputy Chairman Abdul Aziz Awang Seman also opined that tour operators in Malaysia must take steps to promote Pulau Perhentian in Thailand as no information was available on the island there.


“Everyday, almost 12,000 international tourists visit Koh Samui and some of them want to continue their vacation to other places,” he said.
Abdul Aziz said for the benefit of both islands, he was trying to establish a networking between tour operators in Koh Samui and Pulau Perhentian. There are at least 10 snorkeling spots, with the full works, onl Pulau Perhentian.


Pulau Perhentian is made of a cluster of islands consisting of Pulau Perhentian Besar, Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Pulau Susu Dara and a few other small islands covering 1,392ha.


It has been gazetted as a marine park.

The tourist attractions are in Pulau Perhentian Besar along Teluk Pauh, Pasir Jong, Teluk Keke and Teluk Dalam. Meanwhile the attractions on Pulau Perhentian Kecil lies at Kampung Pasir Panjang and Teluk Kerma. Turtles are regularly seen around the Perhentian Islands.


Dominic Johnson, 20, a tourist from England when met at Pulau Perhentian said the attractions were similar to Koh Samui.


“Here, the situation is quiet and refreshing compared to Koh Samui which is always filled with tourists and traffic congestion.
Above: Coconut trees providing shade at a beach along an island.

“Here, we are free to engage in varied activities like scuba diving, snorkelling and jungle trekking. The natural surroundings are also untouched, while over there, it's cramped with rapid development,” he said.


However, there are some impediments in bringing tour-ists from Koh Samui.

Obviously more needs to be done to draw tourists to the island despite its having natural beauty and crystal clear waters.

Firstly there are no direct ferry services or flights from Koh Samui to the island or even to the nearest town in the mainland as pointed out by Abdul Aziz who is also a member of the Thailand Tourism Board.

Because of this, tourists from Koh Samui must travel back to Bangkok to take a flight to Kuala Lumpur before continuing to Pulau Perhentian.

The other option is a RM180 van ride that takes eight hours to reach Besut and then board a ferry to the island at a cost of RM30 for a one-way trip.

Secondly the facilities and infrastructure even for the in-habitants are limited, and at any one time the most it can only cater for fewer than 3,000 visitors.

According to the local head in Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Che Omar Che Mat, 57, there are currently a bazaar, a primary school, a midwife clinic and a police station under construction.

More importantly the island needs clean fresh water and Che Omar hoped the government would speed up the building of a pipeline from the mainland to bring clean water.

Thirdly and probably the most critical impediment concerns the coral reefs, which are among the best in the region. But these tourism assets for the island, are fast vanishing. The white monolith extending from Pulau Perhentian is another attraction for foreign tourists.


The coral reefs especially at Pantai Teluk Dalam, on the eastern part of the island, were seen to be facing extermination due to the receding water level.


During low tides, the dead corals are washed ashore along the 3km-long beach, creating an ugly beachfront with the sight best described by Dutch tourist Romano Ruis, 23, as disappointing.

“The authorities must take action to overcome the problem before it's too late,” he said. Dutch tourists, Ester Odenhinehen, 20 (left) and Ruis, showing the damaged corals found along the 3km coast of Pantai Teluk Dalam on the eastern side of Pulau Perhentian


For the owner of Arwana Resort Datuk Abdul Aziz Mat Daud, the coral reefs around the area have long been dead and it's hard to revive them again.


Efforts should be taken to deepen the area though it may incur huge cost.

“Similar efforts in the Cari-bbean islands helped to produce a new marine park.

“The dead reefs were dug out and made into a fortress in the water. In long term, a man-made lagoon and marine park was created,” he said.

About 95% of the 1,500 villagers in Pulau Perhentian Kecil are now active in the tourism industry around Pulau Perhen-tian Besar.
Here, there are about, 40 resorts and chalets providing job opportunities to 600 people.
Despite the limitations, Pulau Perhentian is still a worthwhile destination for any nature lover.
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Old 16-09-2006, 06:07 PM
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Default Broadway Theatre, J.B. - still standing tall ............

Report from The STAR dated Saturday 16 September 2006 :-

Broadway Theatre, J.B. - still standing tall ............

JOHOR BARU : Many old cinemas have given way to modern day cineplexes, but the Broadway Theatre along Jalan Segget here still stands out as one of the oldest surviving cinemas in the state, although it was turned into a food court for a short spell.


Europeans originally put up the building in 1912 for stage performances and musicals but in the 1980s a Singaporean took over and converted it into a cinema.

The name was never changed, but in the late 1990s when video compact discs (VCD) were introduced into the market, business slowed down and the complex was closed down.

Yeoh Teng Siang, 56, who has been the cinema’s manager for the past six years, said the complex was closed for about eight years before a new management took over and converted it into a food court. The Broadway Theatre still stands out as one of the oldest surviving cinemas in the state.


“In 1995, a company called Five Star Trading converted in back into a cinema,” he said.


“The response was very good. After five years of operation, Kumpulan Pawagam Iswaria Sdn Bhd gave it a face-lift.”
Yeoh: The response is very good.

Kumpulan Pawagam Iswaria group managing director S. Murugan said the RM1mil face-lift included upgrading the projectors and screens, painting and building a mini store by the entrance to sell original VCDs, DVDs and music CDs.


Murugan said the single screen cinema showed almost every Tamil movie released and usually at least 90% of tickets would be sold on the first and second days of the release.

There are two types of seating. The special class or first class ticket costing RM10 is for seats on the first floor while the RM9 tickets are for seats on the ground floor.

“We face competition from cineplexes which are mushrooming in all new shopping complexes,” said Murugan.

However, he added, few Tamil and Hindi movies are shown in cineplexes.
The Broadway Theatre screens Tamil and Hindi movies with the occasional English and Malay movies.

Moviegoers are a mix of young and old of all races from various walks of life.

K. Saroja nee Wong See Moi, 64, said she still remembers going to the cinema with her father, adding that everything was so different now.

“At that time, it cost only 50 cents to watch a movie,” said Saroja, adding that while there were many changes, the service remained as good as ever.

Her daughter, V. Chitradevi, a 30-year-old administration clerk, said they watched movies here about twice a month, adding that it was on par with the cineplexes.
Another frequent moviegoer is cleaner M. Balan, 28, who said the cinema was always crowded because of its quality service and screening.
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Old 16-09-2006, 06:12 PM
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Report from The STAR dated Saturday 16 September 2006 :-

A truly lasting China-Malaysia friendship


Young and old people practicing tai-chi in front of the Chinese gateway.


The Malaysia-China Friendship Garden, one of the newest recreational spots in Kuching, is fast gaining popularity among city folk, who go there to jog, exercise or just stroll about.


It's easy to see why this place is popular. Built to commemorate the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries, the RM12mil Park is tastefully designed in the styles of both Malaysia and China.


It exudes peace and calm, with its large man-made pond, neat paths, beautifully landscaped gardens and some striking architectural features. Visitors gazing into a pond under the zigzag bridge.


From the main entrance on Jalan Song, visitors enter through an archway with hornbill sculptures on either side, which leads into the Malaysian part of the park.


Here, visitors will find the Malaysian murals comprising 14 stone panels of each state and the Federal Territories, as well as an embossed stone map of Sarawak.
The futuristic Sarawak Fountain well lit up at night.

The carved murals depict well-known landmarks and images associated with each state, such as wau bulan for Kelantan, a padi field for Kedah, hornbills for Sarawak and Mount Kinabalu for Sabah.


There is also a futuristic Sarawak Fountain, where seven pillars reach up from the ground towards one another in the shape of a circle.


The pillars feature granite carvings of the seven major ethnic groups in Sarawak - Malay, Chinese, Iban, Melanau, Penan, Orang Ulu and Bidayuh - in a celebration of unity and harmony.
Children looking at the stone map of Sarawak while the statue of Zheng He towers over them.
In this part of the park, the pavilions are built in the style of the Bidayuh baruk (round house) and the gardens are planted with hibiscus.

Towering over the park is the hard to miss giant statue of Admiral Zheng He, which stands on a ship-like platform over the pond.


Heading further into the park, visitors will reach the Chinese section, with bamboo and willow trees, Chinese-style pavilions and a teahouse, which is actually home to a restaurant, and a rock garden where visitors can walk bare-foot on a pebble path for a massage.


There is a second entrance to the park here through a large and ornate Chinese gateway in front of the teahouse. The gateway opens up to a spacious area known as the Chinese plaza, a popular place for tai-chi exercises.

The park also has two wishing wells, a zigzag bridge across the pond and a “Friendship Globe” which marks the Malaysia-China Friendship Year in 2004.

There is ample parking space around the park, which is also well lit at night and has 24-hour CCTV coverage.
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Default Wal-Mart among retail giants eyeing Makro

Report from Business Times dated Monday 18 September 2006 :-

Wal-Mart among retail giants eyeing Makro

WAL-MART Stores Inc, the world's biggest retail chain, is among several foreign and local retailers which have expressed interest in taking over the Makro Cash & Carry Distribution (M) Sdn Bhd stores in Malaysia.

Sources told Business Times that other heavy-hitters included US' Costco Wholesale Corp and Germany's Metro Cash & Carry.

These retailers currently operate in the region, but not in Malaysia.

On September 1, Business Times reported that Makro Malaysia's planned exit from Malaysia could signal the entry of a new foreign player.

It also reported that foreign retailers already in the country which have shown interest in Makro Malaysia are Dairy Farm Group of Hong Kong, the operator of the Giant hypermarket chain in Malaysia, and UK's Tesco.

"The leading bidders are Dairy Farm, Wal-Mart,Tesco, Metro Cash & Carry and Costco. There have also been enquiries and likely bids from local retailers as well as regional private equity firms," a source told Business Times, adding that almost all of the retailers and investors have made visits to Makro Malaysia stores here.

It is believed that Tesco's chief executive Terry Leahy who was in town last week made a visit to the Makro stores.

Makro Malaysia on September 4 opened the bidding process for its eight stores which are located in Shah Alam, Cheras, Selayang, Penang, Seremban, Seberang Prai, Johor Baru and Ipoh. The bidding period will close at the end of this month.

Some 50 companies including retailers and investors have been invited to put in their bids.

Sources said many strong bids are expected to come in, judging from the number of enquiries about the retailer's assets and stocks.

Dairy Farm and Tesco could not be reached for comment, while Metro Group's corporate communications official Jurgen Homeyer declined to comment.

On August 28, Makro Cash & Carry Distribution (M) Sdn's controlling shareholder Dutch firm SHV Holdings NV and its Malaysian partners had announced their intention to sell their shares.

SHV holds 65 per cent of Makro Malaysia while Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor holds 20.7 per cent and PKNS-LFD Sdn Bhd, 14.3 per cent.

Metro Cash & Carry has historical links with Makro. The former acquired the Makro chain in the UK and Europe in 1998 from SHV Holdings NV.

Wal-Mart is a US$300 billion (RM1.1 trillion) company listed on the New York Stock Exchange and has stores in China, South Korea and Japan. The Selangor State Government is said to have approached it in early 2000 to invest here.

Meanwhile, Costco Wholesale, listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market, operates membership warehouses that offer a selection of branded and private label products in a range of merchandise categories in no-frills and self-service warehouse facilities.

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Report from The STAR dated Monday 18 September 2006 :-

Latest Johor icon - Persada Johor


JOHOR BARU : The new RM50mil Persada Johor is expected to become both a state and national icon that will form a crucial part of the South Johor Economic Region.

Located in the middle of the city, the four-storey International Convention Centre, which resembles the shape of the Johor military force’s cap is expected to begin operations next month.

(The Sultan of Johor is the only ruler in country who has a private army, the Johor Military Force, as his bodyguards. )

Puteri Hotels Sdn Bhd managing director John Roozemond said Persada had access to air, sea and land links, thus making it a conducive business hub within the government’s Southern Gateway strategy. Roozemond pointing at a scale model of the Persada Johor which is scheduled to open next month.


He said that with a maximum seating capacity of 3,500, it is designed to host international-level conventions, exhibitions and meetings.


“We offer the location, facilities and services to successfully host major business events,” he said during a site tour of the Persada along Jalan Abdullah Ibrahim recently.

Puteri Hotels acts as the management company of Persada Johor.
The building features two main halls, including a carpeted ballroom, which is the largest in Malaysia and Singapore.

In addition to the main exhibition and convention halls, the Persada also includes auditoriums, meeting rooms, VIP lounges and a shopping arcade.
Puteri Hotel’s communications director Yvonne Loh said Persada had been designed as an “intelligent” building and has the latest in communications technology.

“The Persada incorporates state-of-the-art audio-visual, wi-fi, Internet broadband and video conferencing facilities,” she said.

“We have also spent RM4.5mil on the kitchen and catering facilities which will offer Western, Chinese and Johorean cuisine,” she added.

The finishing touches are being applied to the Persada, which aims to be up and running in the middle of next month.

The project, developed by Johor Corporation, is the Johor government’s investment arm.
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Report from The New Straits Times dated Tuesday 27 September 2006 :-

1st in Asia : RM30 mil circus academy for Johor Baru

JOHOR BARU : This time, it’s not just the circus that’s coming to town. The circus academy is coming too.

Novel Showcase Company Sdn Bhd, the owner of the Royal London Circus (RLC), plans to set up a RM30-million circus academy here.



The first circus academy in Asia will be at Danga Bay. It will provide skills ranging from juggling, stunt co-ordination and execution, animal training and acrobatics.

Company president Paul Lee said talks are being held with Danga Bay Sdn Bhd (DBSB) to build the training facility.

Lee said the academy could also serve as a theatre for the staging of plays as there was a lack of such avenues in Johor.

"With 40 years of experience in the circus industry, including 22 in the running of the RLC, I have the connections to find trainers from Russia and China," he said.

Saying students would come from neighbouring countries as well as Malaysia, he added that the fees would be affordable. Scholarships would also be offered, he told a Press conference on the RLC’s 22nd anniversary show at the Danga Bay, which is supported by Tourism Malaysia and Johor Tourism Action Council (JTAC).

Present were DBSB director Kamarul Ariffin Sulaiman and JTAC general manager Shafie Hashim.

Residents and tourists can expect to be enthralled by world-class trapeze acts and illusionists as the circus will be in town for six weeks from Oct 3. The shows will be held daily at 8pm and on weekends at 2pm, 5pm and 8pm.

Tickets priced at RM25, RM35 and RM55 will be available at over 90 outlets, including the 30 Marrybrown Restaurant outlets and 18 Music Valley stores in Johor.

There are special rates for group bookings and children could celebrate their birthday with the illusionists, acrobats, clowns and animals if they sign up for the exclusive birthday package.

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Report from The New Straits Times dated Tuesday 27 September 2006 :-

Selangor to have largest Aeon shopping centre outside Japan

THE largest Aeon shopping centre outside Japan started taking shape today with the ground breaking ceremony of the RM350 million Aeon Bukit Tinggi.

Developed by WCT Land Bhd, the six-storey centre is expected to be ready by the end of next year, complete with a 5,000 bay car park.

WCT Land executive director Lai Yeng Fock said the complex was expected to be regional shopping centre, attracting people from as far as 40 minutes away.

He said this includes people from Banting, Shah Alam and right up to Kuala Selangor.

“Besides many shopping outlets, there will also be cinemas in the huge shopping centre.”

The complex will be managed by Aeon Co (M) Bhd, owner of the Jusco retail chain.
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Report from The New Straits Times dated Tuesday 27 September 2006 :-

1st in Asia : RM30 mil circus academy for Johor Baru

NOVEL Showcase Company Sdn Bhd, the owner of the Royal London Circus (RLC), is planning to set up a RM30 million circus academy at Danga Bay in Johor Baru, which will be the first of its kind in Asia.

Its president Paul Lee said talks are under way with Danga Bay Sdn Bhd (DBSB) to build the modern training facility to train circus acts such as juggling and acrobatics, among others.

Lee said the facility could also serve as a theatre for the staging of plays as there is a lack of such venues in Johor.
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This is a super idea. We have so many jokers and clowns in high places anyway No worries about the lack of supply
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We already got well established academy to train clowns what.

Itu... apa nama... Parlimen.

We've got Close-One-Eye clown, Sleeping clown, Keris clown, Monyet clowns, Gatal clowns, clowns specialising in slapstick ie. being bitchslapped by other clowns... dan banyak-banyak lagi.
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