Peter Chong Had Wasted Police’s Time and Energy

18 04 2017

Malaysian IGP, Khalid Abu Bakar released a statement stating that the ‘disappearance’ of Peter Chong wasted a lot of the police’s time and energy.

In a press confrence at Bukit Aman earlier today, he said that Chong had put the public in a state of fear, and had wasted the police’s time.

I’m sure the opposition supporters will cause a deafening uproar if Peter Chong is not one of them.

Further news can be read in the report made by Free Malaysia Today:


.::Report by Free Malaysia Today::.

KUALA LUMPUR: Activist Peter Chong, who was thought to have been abducted, wasted the police’s time and energy, said Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar.

He said Chong’s two-week disappearance had put the public in a state of fear, as they believed that abduction cases were on the rise.

“He (Chong) got the public shocked. So we want to find out why he did that.

“Of course he has wasted our men’s time,” he told a press conference at Bukit Aman here today.

Chong was reported missing on April 5, but police later discovered that he had gone to Thailand.

The activist later told police that he went to Hatyai on April 7 to meet a source who claimed to have information on the whereabouts of Pastor Raymond Koh, who was abducted on Feb 13.

Chong alleged that he was then abducted and taken to Pattaya before being released.

Hatyai police however said they had not received any report regarding the abduction, and that they would take action against Chong if he was found to have fabricated the incident.

Pattaya police echoed the warning, adding that they too had no knowledge of the alleged abduction as no report had been lodged.

Khalid had said Malaysian police were working with their Thai counterparts to investigate Chong’s abduction claim.

“We are checking with Pattaya police. We will wait for their response before taking further action.

“We can’t make any assumptions. Whether there was a police report or not, we will wait for feedback from there (Thailand),” he said.

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‘Missing’ Peter Chong is Back From Pattaya

16 04 2017

Breaking news!

One out of the five ‘missing’ people, Peter Chong has been ‘found’!

Well, the police found out that he is not even lost after all, but went on a trip to Thailand without telling anyone.

That made some people went hysterical about his ‘disappearance’ and made all kinds of theories including conspiracy theories.

Some accused that he was abducted and openly blamed the Malaysian Police and the government for his disappearance, only to find out that he was on a trip.

So, they all went crazy over nothing, putting the blame on the innocents, pointing fingers to who ever they wish and condemning the authorities; and did all that for nothing!

That is the mentality of some people from the opposition parties, who are fast to blame others especially the government and the authority for everything without investigations.

So, since it is proven that they had wrongly accused others and the authorities, are they going to issue an apology?


.::Report by Free Malaysia Today::.

PETALING JAYA: The former aide to a PKR MP, who was said to have gone missing since April 5, has been found and has returned to Kuala Lumpur, Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar announced today.

“Missing Peter Chong is back from Pattaya this afternoon,” Khalid said on his Twitter account, while congratulating the police force.

Police took a statement from Chong at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport before he joined his family members about 2pm.

When contacted, Kuala Lumpur police chief Amar Singh Ishar Singh, said Chong told police he had gone to Hatyai with the intention of meeting his source who was to reveal more information on the disappearance of Pastor Koh Keng Joo.

Upon reaching Hatyai, he claims he was abducted and brought to Pattaya.

Upon release, he said he contacted his son who bought his return ticket home.

On Wednesday, Khalid had said police had information that Chong had crossed the border into Thailand at the Bukit Kayu Hitam checkpoint.

Chong, a former aide to PKR MP Sivarasa Rasiah, was said to have disappeared days after he related on Facebook about his conversation with a stranger, who warned him to be more careful in the wake of several cases of missing activists.

Chong’s son, Darryl, had lodged a police report on April 8 after attempts to contact his father failed. A task force was subsequently formed to look into Chong’s disappearance.

Chong’s disappearance came after the widely reported abduction of Pastor Raymond Koh, as well as the cases of Pastor Joshua Hilmy, his wife Ruth Hilmy and Perlis-based social acitivist Amri Che Mat.





Lao Airlines Flight QV301 Crashed, 49 Killed

17 10 2013

Lao Airlines Airplane (Photo: Sydney Morning Herald)

Lao Airlines plane crashed into the Mekong River in the southern city of Pakse, near the border with Thailand, just before 16:00 (ICT) on Wednesday.

Lao Airlines Flight QV301 crashed in the Mekong River, killing all 49 passengers and crews.

The state-run Lao Airlines said in a statement that the plane took off from the capital Vientiane and “ran into extreme bad weather conditions” as it prepared to land at Pakse Airport.

AP reported that 17 of the victims were from Lao, seven from France, five were from Australia five from Thailand, three from Korea, two from Vietnam and one person each from Canada, China, Malaysia, Taiwan and the United States.

The airline said it had yet to determine reasons for the crash of the ATR-72 aircraft which was virtually new and had just been delivered in March. 

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Flood in Bangkok – In Pictures

31 10 2011

Thai boys are silhouetted as they sit on a jetty on the bank of the swollen Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. Defenses shielding the center of Thailand's capital from the worst floods in nearly 60 years mostly held at critical peak tides Saturday, but areas along the city's outskirts remained submerged along with much of the countryside. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

On 30 October 2011, down town Bangkok, Thailand is still dry but people are preparing themselves for the flood.

The flooding is bad in other area of Bangkok.

This is the worst flood in 60 years.

Flood is a disaster.

Thai soldiers and residents carry sandbags to fortify a wall breached by swollen Chao Phraya river in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. The complex network of flood defenses erected to shield Thailand's capital from the country's worst floods in nearly 60 years was put to the test Saturday as coastal high tides hit their peak. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

Thai residents ride on a truck as they move to higher grounds in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. 2011. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

Residents stand as water from the swollen Chao Phraya River flows through a shopping center, located on its bank, in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

A Thai woman stands in the middle of a flooded street in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. Defenses shielding the center of Thailand's capital from the worst floods in nearly 60 years mostly held at critical peak tides Saturday, but areas along the city's outskirts remained submerged along with much of the countryside. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

Houses in a residential area are submerged in floodwaters in the northern section of Bangkok, Thailand, on Sunday Oct. 30, 2011. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO LICENSING IN CHINA, FRANCE, HONG KONG, JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA

A street is submerged in floodwaters on the outskirts of Bangkok on Sunday Oct. 30, 2011. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO LICENSING IN CHINA, FRANCE, HONG KONG, JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA

Vehicles are parked on an overfly at a flooded street on the outskirts of Bangkok on Sunday Oct. 30, 2011. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO LICENSING IN CHINA, FRANCE, HONG KONG, JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA

Vehicles are parked on an overfly at a flooded street in the northern section of Bangkok on Sunday Oct. 30, 2011. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO LICENSING IN CHINA, FRANCE, HONG KONG, JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA

A Thai family rides a motorcycle along a flooded street at the Chinatown area of Bangkok, Thailand on Sunday Oct. 30, 2011. City dikes overflowed in at least two places as coastal high tides pushed up the main Chao Praya river from the Gulf of Thailand, with water spilling into streets as city workers and troops shored up concrete walls with sandbags. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

Local residents wade through floodwaters in Bangkok, Thailand, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011. City dikes overflowed in at least two places as coastal high tides pushed up the main Chao Praya river from the Gulf of Thailand, with water spilling into streets as city workers and troops shored up concrete walls with sandbags. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

A couple try to salvage their belongings inside their flooded residence in Bangkok's Bang Phlat district on October 30, 2011. Peak tides tested Bangkok's flood defenses on Sunday as hope rose that the centre of the Thai capital might escape the worst floods in decades, but that was little comfort for swamped suburbs and provinces where worry about disease is growing. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT

Residents use a boat as transport through a flooded street Bangkok's Bang Phlat district on October 30, 2011. Peak tides tested Bangkok's flood defenses on Sunday as hope rose that the centre of the Thai capital might escape the worst floods in decades, but that was little comfort for swamped suburbs and provinces where worry about disease is growing. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)

Residents wade through flood waters in Bangkok's Bang Phlat district on October 30, 2011. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)





Strong Earthquake Hit Myanmar

25 03 2011

Map of Myanmar locating the epicentre of a 6.8-magnitude quake on Thursday. More than 60 people were killed and 90 injured after a strong earthquake struck Myanmar near its border with Thailand, an official said Friday, as some affected areas remained cut off. (AFP/Graphic)

A magnitude 6.8 earthquake hit Myanmar on Thursday night, March 24, 2011.

Myanmar is also known as Burma.

This is a disaster.

The earthquake was centered at the north of the town Tachileik in the mountain along the Thai border.

The quake was felt in Bangkok And Hanoi.

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand while Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam.

Myanmar state radio announced Friday that 65 people had been killed and 111 injured in the quake.

It also said that 244 houses, 14 Buddhist monasteries and nine government buildings were damaged.

Road and bridges  were also damaged.

In Chiang Rai, Thailand, a woman was killed and some people were injured by the earthquake.

Cracks were found in buildings including the hospital and the city hall.

On Friday, March 11, 2011 a magnitude 9.o earthquake and tsunami hit Japan.

I am very sorry and sad for all the victims, their families and friends.

Patients at Chiang Rai hospital are treated on the ground after they were evacuated from a hospital building following an earthquake in Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand Thursday, March 24, 2011. A powerful earthquake struck northeastern Myanmar on Thursday night, killing one woman and shaking buildings as far away as Bangkok. No tsunami was generated. (AP Photo) Thailand Out

Patients at Chiang Rai hospital are treated on the ground after they were evacuated from a hospital building following an earthquake in Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand Thursday, March 24, 2011. A powerful earthquake struck northeastern Myanmar on Thursday night, killing one woman and shaking buildings as far away as Bangkok. No tsunami was generated. (AP Photo)

Nurses help pushing a patient's bed as they are evacuated from a hospital building following an earthquake at Chiang Rai hospital in Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand Thursday, March 24, 2011. (AP Photo)





War in Bangkok? (photos)

17 05 2010

The unrest in Bangkok between the Red Shirt and the government is getting worse.

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand.

At least 36 people died in the clashes so far.

A lot of people were injured.

The Red Shirt protesters set fire to tires, fired homemade rockets and threw gasoline bombs at soldiers.

Things like this is bad because it can start a war.

War is bad.

We can have a peaceful protest to fight for something important.

But we should not use violence to get what we want.

Setting fire also causes air pollution and global warming.

Parts of buildings were damaged and the rubble also caused more pollution.

This is a man-made disaster.

I hope they can find other ways to get what they want without destroying the Earth.

People need to learn that it is very important to save the Earth.


These open fire caused air pollution and global warming!








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