Ahmad Najib Ariffin says it can be a tourist attraction like cultural villages in Japan and South Korea.
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MP SPEAKS | Young people there have a three-fold challenge in their mission.
The bank becomes one of the Founding Signatories in the United Nations Principles for Responsible Banking.
The results of the survey found only 12 percent of respondents were dissatisfied with Duterte's war on drugs.
This comes as the 'blackface scandal' hits him in polls, which is due next month.
The measures put in place in the Gulf region are for deterrence and defence, adds the US secretary of state.
The union says salaries are still not being paid, while the severance payments in installments have stalled.
PKR vice-president is pressing Anwar Ibrahim for a 'reconciliation meeting' of factions within the party.
Minister says prominent international events such as Apec meeting and Visit Malaysia Year will be taking place.
Ruziah Ghazali, a member of the National Council for the Disabled, says this denies the rights of the children to privileges.
ADUN SPEAKS | I will not allow all the deliberate hindrances to prevent me from discharging my duties.
Mahadi Mamat was arrested on suspicion of planning an attack on the Sri Mahamariamman Seafield temple.
Protesters call for a boycott of pro-Beijing businesses and hang a paper chain of those stores' receipts across the mall.
The protest is in conjunction with the global climate strike inspired by 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg.
Potential buyers know the state-owned company is facing problems, he says.
There is no certain way for the public to determine the exact ownership of a company, he says.
Madpet says there have been cases in the past where the equipment did not record.
MP SPEAKS | Our country too engrossed with racial and religious issues to be bothered about economic growth.