Public Service

Medical infrastructure in place

By Michael Tay, Johor MCA Government and Coordinating Affairs chairman. I would like to thank China for sending a team of medical experts to Malaysia to help us fight the coronavirus pandemic. I see a ray of hope as this team can shed light on how their patients were treated […]

Be resilient and ready for rebound

By Michael Tay, Johor MCA Government and Coordinating Affairs chairman. I would like to remind the public to remain resilient and be confident of an economic rebound from the coronavirus. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has predicted that Malaysia’s economy will bounce back to a 9% growth next year, from […]

Turn to home delivery

Food and beverage operators have to embrace e-commerce and revolutionalise the way they do business in light of the coronavirus pandemic to avoid bankruptcy. Johor MCA Government and Coordinating Affairs chairman Michael Tay said F&B operators may not earn as much as they used to but at least there would […]

Hospitals receive medications worth RM3,000

Doctors and healthcare workers in Johor who are treating Covid-19 patients today saw a ray of hope when they received medications worth RM3,000 today. Paracetamol and azithromycin were contributed by Johor MCA Government Coordinating Affairs chairman Michael Tay, who recently also led a team of volunteers to distribute canned drinks […]

Fear-stricken

A 46-year-old food hawker is breaking ties with her younger sister after loan sharks allegedly launched two attacks at her house in Taman Bukit Mewah, Johor Bahru, in December 2019 and again in January this year. Lai Poh Yoke claimed the first incident saw her cars and walls of her […]

Curb cyber attacks!

Social media can make one become more informed about current affairs, but sometimes one gets so caught up in other people’s affairs such as the Hong Kong and Iran protests, for instance, and bring the negative vibes into our own homes. Some political leaders are taking the opportunity to fuel […]

Disputed transactions totalling RM20,300

JOHOR BARU, January 7, 2020: A former banker who is currently self-employed has turned to Johor MCA Government Coordinating Affairs chairman Michael Tay claiming that he lost RM20,300 via online banking, after he had lost his bag containing his handphone and automated teller machine (ATM) card on December 6 last […]