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Typical Malaysian Sep 12
How are we supposed to go to class or work if we can’t even see them?
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novegeplease Sep 10
Dear Indonesia, instead of moving your capital city, might as well just move your whole country to elsewhere, far far away!! Such a pain in the ass and irresponsible country!
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Assaad Razzouk Sep 13
Groundhog day: Vast areas of Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia blanketed in smoky and dangerous since Sept 5 because of 1,000 Indonesian rainforest fires started by illegal land clearing for palm oil plantations
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Alex Yoong Sep 12
Can we please stop calling it ? It’s not a simple innocent fog or mist. It’s a deadly carcinogenic toxic smoke. Calling it Haze makes it seem harmless. It’s not. And it won’t stop until all our forests in are gone. We need a new name of it. Any suggestions?
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bian8145GT Sep 13
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Malay Mail Sep 9
Stay indoors, Malaysians. Hazy skies submerge KL’s skyline as API reading hits a high 169 as of today. 📸: Ahmad Zamzahuri & Firdaus Latiff
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basyir ismail Sep 12
Summer and winter in Malaysia. It is so cold that people said “ if you cry, the tears gonna freeze in milisecond”. Yeay no need to genting anymore.
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Sumisha Naidu Sep 9
hits Malaysia again with air pollutant index @ 12pm showing • 16 out of 68 stations reporting "unhealthy" readings (KL, Putrajaya, PJ, Shah Alam, Klang, parts of Negeri Sembilan, Melaka, Johor, Pahang & Sarawak) • 42 stations "moderate" • Only 1 "good" reading (Kimanis)
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🍒 jania hoffer Sep 13
Here's a PSA: Ask your food delivery riders if they have masks, if they don't then provide it to them because you know you're not going out to buy food so you might as well look out for these unsung heroes
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kashmira ! Sep 10
it's heartbreaking to see an entire ecosystem go up in flames. surely the government of Indonesia can see that they are destroying a rainforest that is home to millions of flora and fauna that we will NEVER get back. malaysia is tired. the world is tired.
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D. Sep 13
Normal day VS today 😷
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Pearl Lee Sep 9
28 years since Malaysia was first hit by Close to three decades later we are still talking about the same thing. Fact is we are being diplomatic. We are being too nice while our people (and animals) suffer.
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𝙽𝚘𝚝𝚘𝚛𝚒𝚘𝚞𝚜𝙰𝙵𝙲 🇸🇬 Sep 13
When the PSI hits the unhealthy range in Singapore
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sadia umar Sep 12
Yesterday n today getting worse😷..get well soon KL
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TonyKin Sep 12
School closed for a day because of some greedy big corporations. And the government are not doing anything at all. The children are suffering because of greedy and selfish adults.
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latenightcat Sep 12
My past lecturer post this 😂
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Mat Salleh TV Sep 12
September 2018 ⬇️ September 2019 From my balcony looking over towards PJ Old Town. Even inside my apartment with the windows closed, I can still smell the This must be causing medical issues for the elderly and young children. What will be done?
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Carthigan Gopal Sep 13
Bad Haze back in Singapore 😢 I can even smell the smoke 💨
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Malaysian Medics Sep 9
Our friends in Sarawak and the Klang Valley, do take care! Drink more water and if you go outdoors, put on a mask!
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Cibs Sep 10
Haze is not an environmental problem, it is a problem with capitalism, where greed leads to open burning to clear forest, undermining the safety of animals of forest and health of people affected by the thick fucking smog
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