Angie Tan

Angie Tan is a journalist with The Malaysian Insight.

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3 days ago

Canteen operators not optimistic with reopening of schools

Repacking meals, excessive waste contributing to business overheads with revenue all but trickling in.

Canteen operators not optimistic with reopening of schools

5 days ago

What about us, ask entertainment outlet operators

Karaoke centres, bars, nightclubs still can’t reopen under MCO 2.0, many running out of cash.

What about us, ask entertainment outlet operators

1 week ago

MPs, firms help equip needy pupils with devices

Steven Sim says gratitude from emotional parents makes initiative worthwhile.

MPs, firms help equip needy pupils with devices

2 weeks ago

Cultural groups, temples take CNY celebrations online

Despite missing togetherness aspect of festival, communities determined to keep spirit alive.

Cultural groups, temples take CNY celebrations online

2 weeks ago

Pawn shops see drop in business as govt doles out aid

Industry suffers as Malaysians use EPF savings, cash handouts to redeem pawned valuables.

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Pawn shops see drop in business as govt doles out aid


3 weeks ago

MCO extension ends Chinese restaurants’ hope for CNY profits

Owners predict wave of closures as government kills opportunity for annual money-spinner.

MCO extension ends Chinese restaurants’ hope for CNY profits

3 weeks ago

Families send hampers to make up for loss of reunion dinner

Uptick in orders from Malaysians stuck overseas, say sellers.

Families send hampers to make up for loss of reunion dinner

1 month ago

Lion dancers run out of luck this lunar new year

Troupe leaders fear losing young talents, income as Covid-19 restrictions continue.

Lion dancers run out of luck this lunar new year

1 month ago

Klang Valley markets tighten Covid-19 SOP

Traders fearful they could be the next cluster, as pandemic rages on.

Klang Valley markets tighten Covid-19 SOP

1 month ago

Chinese restaurants looking at grim lunar new year

MCO 2.0 bites hard, with owners fearing cancellation of dine-in celebrations, crushing hopes of recovery.

Chinese restaurants looking at grim lunar new year

1 month ago

Malaysians working in Singapore won’t be back for Chinese New Year

Cost, quarantine time dissuade many from making plans to return for annual celebrations.

Malaysians working in Singapore won’t be back for Chinese New Year

1 month ago

Small businesses warn they can’t take another MCO

Many yet to recover from shock dealt by last year’s lockdown, fear they won’t withstand one more blow.

Small businesses warn they can’t take another MCO

1 month ago

Wholesale market traders want govt to reconsider ban on foreign workers

Already struggling with high turnover of local staff, business owners fear labour shortage when pandemic ends.

Wholesale market traders want govt to reconsider ban on foreign workers

1 month ago

DAP’s free disinfection services in demand as Covid-19 cases rise

Struggling to cope with requests, organisers call for more volunteers.

DAP’s free disinfection services in demand as Covid-19 cases rise

1 month ago

Wangsa Maju MP to file class action suit over water cuts

Disruptions brought all kinds of hardships to residents, says Tan Yee Kew.

Wangsa Maju MP to file class action suit over water cuts