All Things Malaysia And Singapore You Should Never Miss

Last Update August 18th, 2017

All things Malaysia and Singapore. And a whole lot more.

For all my long time readers, you notice that I have already changed both the blog name and its brand new domain name.

Info Ruckus It is now called Info Ruckus.

Yes, ruckus means fracas, uproar, rampage,  hullabaloo, uprising, heated controversy, etc.

It is going to be one ‘noisy’ place that stops at nothing to entertain, to inform, and to inspire my readers.

Be prepared.

It is going to kick up a ruckus in the cyberspace.

This blog will be buzzing with excitement; fascinating news stories (both present & past), useful tutorials and tell you where to get free stuff from the Internet.

Be they free e-books, software, movies, samples or vouchers.

All Things Malaysia And Singapore

For all my raving Malaysian and Singaporean fans, I cherish you all for your undying support.

all things Malaysia and SingaporeI still serve the local hot stuff just like the piping hot pisang goreng (banana fritter) together with black “kopi O kaw” (strong black coffee).

If you love the latest entertainment gossips (both local and international), amazing facts, great buys, food, encouraging life quotes, scandalous stories, funny news, travel tips, and making money online.

Anyway, here are some funny Malaysian quotes:

“A wife has to drop whatever she is doing, and quickly drop her sarung and to satisfy her husband’s urge.”Ibrahim Ali (Perkasa)

“Problems happen because women cannot accept polygamy. What about doing a big campaign so that women can accept polygamy?” – Ibrahim Ali

“The salaries of MPs are not paid by the people but the government and the government’s money is not the people’s money. Once money has passed on to another quarter, it is no longer our money. If the government’s money is really the people’s money, let us attack all government departments to take back our money,” – Langkawi MP Nawawi Ahmad

“Retrenchment is good for singapore. If there is no retrenchments, then I worry” – Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong

“It’s not for the money because some of the companies pay me as little as $10,000 a year.”PAP MP Wang Kai Yuen who holds 11 directorships

“No, it was not a U-turn, and neither was it a reversal of government policy. But you can call it a rethink.”Yeo Cheow Tong