Author: Jeremy Say

Malaysia to open a revolutionary type of Safari Park in 2020

By Jeremy Say The Deception Report is your biweekly dose of satirical commentary and snark on Malaysian culture and issues, dressed up as a news report. But we swear, after this disclaimer, if anyone asks if this is true… In 2015, 25.7 million tourists visited Malaysia over the course of the year- bringing in an estimated 69.1 billion receipts (MYR). While not insignificant, compared to other countries on the World Tourism Rankings we are but a drop in the ocean. The proverbial ocean in 2014, showed that 1.133 billion tourists spent a total of US$1.245 billion worldwide.    ...

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What is Tinder and why is it so Popular?

By Jeremy Say September 12th, 2012 marks that fateful day that Tinder was launched. It was a monumental, world changing app that would soon take the world by storm by becoming one of the most popular and installed apps around the world. Well, only until Pokemon Go left Tinder in its rearview mirror as it blasts off at the speed of light. Tinder is a location-based social discovery and dating service application which allows users to match with each other before starting a conversation. The concept of the app was first developed by Hatch Labs – Sean Rad, Jonathan...

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Slide the City returns to KL

By Jeremy Say This weekend, why not beat the heat with a 300m water slide provided by Slide the City. The world famous event, which has already been hosted around the globe in over 200 cities, is coming back to Malaysia. Based in Utah, Slide the City is the brainchild of T.R. Gourley, John Malfatto and David Wulf in 2013, first inspired by the memories of their childhood. While the main attraction is the long water slide, there are other activities to enjoy at the event. There is fun to be had for the whole family with dunking games,...

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Top 5 Weird Pokémon Go Moments

By Jeremy Say Pokémon Go has surpassed everyone’s expectations as it has become a viral hit overnight, sending Nintendo’s stock skyrocketing. If you haven’t heard of Pokémon Go here is a short breakdown– the game was developed by Niantic and Satoru Iwata of Nintendo as a free-to-play (with in-app purchases) augmented virtual reality game and it only was just recently released to much acclaim and controversy in select countries. Players all over the world are already clamouring for a taste of the viral phenomenon that’s outranking Tinder and even the naughty stuff on the Internet. So those dreams you...

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