Really bad car ownership statistics in Malaysia - they should do something
#11
22-2-2021 7:54 PM
[[ForeverAlone]] said:
Embarrassed
their country is BIG

every family nearly own a car or a motorbike At least
literally kinda nature most of the Malaysians know how to Drive even ride motorbike

So tactically no need much public transport.

Just like USA , China etc some states , almost every family own a car


You never see how USA , Europe they take vaccine? every one drive in to take

Lastly also kinda not wise for some states have public transports due to less population , vary from states to states and journey is long

this is why if u need to go other place etc , need to drive

Within a city, China has a very efficient MRT, which they call Metro. They don't use the term MRT. When I was in China, I travelled by metro quite often, be it Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, *Nanjing* wherever.

Inter-city, they have very efficient trains and domestic flights.

Farther still, they have the HSR. And of course domestic flights.

Malaysia can't hold a candle to China when it comes to transportation networks and modes, even though the latter was a late starter due to some failed policies caused by Panda's Mao Jek Tong...
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#12
22-2-2021 8:15 PM
Yanghua said:
Within a city, China has a very efficient MRT, which they call Metro. They don't use the term MRT. When I was in China, I travelled by metro quite often, be it Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, *Nanjing* wherever.

Inter-city, they have very efficient trains and domestic flights.

Farther still, they have the HSR. And of course domestic flights.

Malaysia can't hold a candle to China when it comes to transportation networks and modes, even though the latter was a late starter due to some failed policies caused by Panda's Mao Jek Tong...

Now at least MY Smarter than “ our greedy new pap “
My go for China
And we ?? Just love Scammer from India
Got owned once twice will wanna tag go for them
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#13
22-2-2021 8:19 PM
[[ForeverAlone]] said:
Now at least MY Smarter than “ our greedy new pap “
My go for China
And we ?? Just love Scammer from India
Got owned once twice will wanna tag go for them

There are about 450000 Chinese working in Singapore, so much so that it has become viable to open so many mala stalls, and so much so that they have taken over Chinatown.

CECA numbers don't come close...although I agree they are still a big number.
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#14
22-2-2021 8:26 PM
Yanghua said:
There are about 450000 Chinese working in Singapore, so much so that it has become viable to open so many mala stalls, and so much so that they have taken over Chinatown.

CECA numbers don't come close...although I agree they are still a big number.

This is also why PRC also angry
Ceca over take them

In fact CECA more than PRC

IT hub at Punggol
Just now news mention Dell investment
Need 160 new workers

U bet surely CECA take over
The spokesman for dell even is a ceca
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#15
Dr. Mad wanted to huat by selling more Proton cars!
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#16
22-2-2021 8:29 PM
[[ForeverAlone]] said:
This is also why PRC also angry
Ceca over take them

In fact CECA more than PRC

IT hub at Punggol
Just now news mention Dell investment
Need 160 new workers

U bet surely CECA take over
The spokesman for dell even is a ceca

The majority of the foreigners working in Singapore are jhks, followed by tiongs, then pinoys....cecas.

If you want to start making baseless assumptions about numbers, then it will be a waste of time to continue...
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#17
22-2-2021 7:53 PM
Bulldogs said:
99 percent of their ppl stay Bungalow.
5 percent sinkie stay bungalow
Who is rich ? Who is poor?
How many % of sinkie can afford a car?
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22-2-2021 8:26 PM
Yanghua said:
There are about 450000 Chinese working in Singapore, so much so that it has become viable to open so many mala stalls, and so much so that they have taken over Chinatown.

CECA numbers don't come close...although I agree they are still a big number.

Not including those who had converted to new citizens. They are here to replace old Chinese sinkies... Lucky Chinatown Smith's st still got the old hawker centre where we can still taste authentic sg Chinese food...
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#19
22-2-2021 8:29 PM
[[ForeverAlone]] said:
This is also why PRC also angry
Ceca over take them

In fact CECA more than PRC

IT hub at Punggol
Just now news mention Dell investment
Need 160 new workers

U bet surely CECA take over
The spokesman for dell even is a ceca

Ceca alot got it background n can speak English. Ah tiong disadvantaged
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They need a car or cars , essential like food ,,,,otherwise how the hell r they going from one place to another....u walk or cycle to visit yr relatives , friends , shops etc, it wud b miles away ...hot humid , dusty n might get robbed or raped along the way .
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