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Finding people around the globe to be critical of China's developments and progresses is too easy a task or heaps easier to find anti-China and/or anti-Chinese elements to print blames and criticisms.



Malaysia is a well developed nation with a strong history of moderate Islamic cultures and beliefs which has ever since adopted a principle of win-win among different cultural backgrounds of its citizens and residents. Whereas, of course, Malaysia also needs to progress with time and global advancements in various fields and businesses. 



Since China is a northern East Asia neighbor of it and businesses between them have gone past decades blissfully and beneficially. It is not a new venture of Chinese businesses entering into this region though Alibaba carries a major eCommerce platform for Malaysians to achieve a significant liftoff in the practices of modern businesses. Moreover, it is not easy for Malaysians to develop and start a major eCommerce vehicle on its own due to its relatively small market size, human cultures and funding concerns. With US Amazon, Chinese Alibaba and others coming on board in Malaysia to provide such eCommerce facilities, Malaysians ought to be very happy with "A-Thump-Up" against its competitive neighbors : survival at home comes first. Competitions among major foreign players in Malaysia in this mutually beneficial aspect ( *not promoting warring arms and illicit drugs* ) will enable Malaysians to reap handsome rewards with renewed efforts and focus.



People like this cnbc Reporter with his article seen below here is entirely based upon jealousies to the extreme. Such report bears no good fruits except bad karmas awaiting !    




Alibaba's 'Digital Free Trade Zone' has some worried about China links to Malaysia

· A "Digital Free Trade Zone" between China and Malaysia, an official Belt and Road project, has many worried about the impact on local firms.

· A core element of the scheme is an electronic platform which is designed to ease trade between Malaysian and Chinese firms.

· The platform is a win for Alibaba, which hopes to eat rival Amazon's lunch in Southeast Asia, home to a booming e-commerce market.

Nyshka Chandran | @nyshkac  13-Feb-2018

(Opinions of the writer in this blog don't represent those of China Daily.)




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      Strange animals surfacing:

      Ex-President Obama touted to write the rules for the whole world to follow; whereas current President of the USA, Trump, is very excited about :

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      Surely, that is enough (good, bad and evil) for a man like Mr. Trump - The President of the USA.

    • Grass root official arrogance being foolish sowing bad image 2017-9-14 10:43

      In this fantastic era of China under President Xi and team in promoting goodwill, peace and prosperities among all neighbors (domestically, regionally & globally), bad behaviors and unruly attitudes toward common folks / people do NOT say well of officials and officers, especially at grass root levels. As I had published and reported in this blog of numerous other developers' cheatings and misadventures in this area such as Lantai (Meisha Bay) Developer, their illegally built up structures are still standing tall; whereas, we were witnessing half-drunken officer(s) dashing thru to smash glass windows of a newly constructed Guard Room is definitely NO-GO behavior or much like a gangster / rascal wanting to cause troubles to the local communities in a way to create a roadshow of "ugly communists within the system" . This sort of official malpractices in the eyes of the public is NOT promoting China but a despise so much disliked. Top officials must NOT fall asleep in this grass root level of misbehaving activities since China is working arduously and persistently to re-educate and smarten up officials and officers in all local departments.

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