15-Day Celebration of Chinese New Year – Chinese Customs

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The festival traditionally begins on the first day of the first lunar month (Traditional Chinese: 正月; Pinyin: zhēngyuè) in the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th; this day is called Lantern Festival. The first day of the New Year is known as Yuan Dan (Chinese: 元旦; pinyin: yuándàn (First Morning of the year), New Year’s Day, First Day (or Duan Ri).

When can our Malaysian authorities adopt this? Malaysian gets jail, driving ban in Singapore for motor insurance fraud

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A 40-year-old man, who was part of a syndicate which set up fake road accidents in order to cheat $104,700 (RM320,468) from insurance companies through fraudulent claims, was jailed for 44 weeks on Tuesday. Tew Yee Jeng, a Malaysian, will also be disqualified from driving for five years after his release from prison.






Your Travel Insurance Not Paying For Haze Related Claim?

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Two friends were travelling home to Singapore from their holiday in Langkawi when their travel plans were disrupted by the haze. One who had taken out MSIG travel insurance got nothing, while his friend, an Aviva customer, received S$300 in compensation for the delay.






Man found guilty for staging road accidents to claim insurance

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Rounding up accomplices desperate to absolve themselves from debts and financial hardship, Tew Yee Jeng, a 40-year-old Malaysian, made several trips to Singapore between 2012 and 2014, where he would orchestrate scam traffic accidents to make insurance claims for property damage and bodily injuries. The drivers he recruited would abruptly slam their brakes on purpose, leading to collisions with vehicles behind them that could not be stopped in time to prevent a crash.






Insurers do not cover Uber, GrabCar and the likes

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Piam corporate communications representative Nur Fazliana Mohd Zuki said the private car insurance would be rendered useless if drivers engage in ride-sharing, which is deemed to be a commercial activity. “Therefore owners of such vehicles, drivers and passengers who use their private cars for commercial use will not be able to claim, under their insurance policy, in the event of an accident.






Navigating Coverage for Uber

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The world is becoming more connected in the digital age. Suddenly, almost everything is about sharing. Not only are ride- and home-sharing services wildly popular, but on-demand deliveries of meals and packages as well as sharing of tools, clothing and even bathroom facilities when a portable toilet is unappealing are becoming ever more available.