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Sticky Jam Hands

Life with a toddler will inevitably mean you’re constantly cleaning up.

Putting the building blocks back in their bag one by one.

Lining the books back up on the bookshelf. 636 more words

Motherhood

Zahid Hamidi should stop abusing government agencies to play politics and start focusing on dealing with crisis within the Home Ministry

Media statement by Steven Sim, MP of Bukit Mertajam

1 AUGUST 2017 | PARLIAMENT, KUALA LUMPUR


On 16 May 2017, NST reported that NOT FEWER than 30 would-be Daesh fighters who were arrested in other countries for attempting to join the terrorist group in Syria had “secretly” entered Malaysia. 423 more words

General

Get the Inside Scoop on Missionary Furlough

“Three months! Wow, that’s a long vacation!”

“It’s great that you’ll have a rest.”

“Are you excited to go back home?”

These are some common misconceptions that missionaries hear about furlough. 1,502 more words

Missionary

Why Transatlantic Travel Makes Me Crazy!

Seventeen and a half hours. Three countries. Four airports. Three flights. Two layovers.

And thus begins missionary furlough –  the time that a missionary spends in their native country. 1,338 more words

Missionary

Hundreds of millions spent on immigration biometric and computer system yet we still allow North Korean operatives and Daesh fighters into the country

Media statement by Steven Sim, MP of Bukit Mertajam

30 MAY 2017 | BUKIT MERTAJAM

I refer to the special report by NST on how Malaysia has become dumping ground for would-be Daesh fighters who were arrested in other countries for attempting to join the terrorist group in Syria. 333 more words

General

In Malaysia it is easier to say sorry than to ask for permission for illegal migrant workers

Media statement by Steven Sim, MP for Bukit Mertajam

10 MAY 2017 | BUKIT MERTAJAM, PULAU PINANG

Malaysians should be worried about the stance of the federal government in dealing with undocumented migrant workers from China working in the Johor Forest City project. 465 more words

General

No-fly list: Govt proposes maximum 2-year ban on unruly flyers

Draft rules, a first of kind in the world, have three levels with progressively higher sanctions

Almost a month after the country was shocked by the visuals of a parliamentarian assaulting an airline crew member for not being able to provide a business class seat as it didn’t exist, the government took steps to empower airlines to ban unruly passengers. 216 more words