Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Sohaib Ahmed, a resident of Rawalpindi, bought a piece of moon for $45 (RM186.34) through the Lunar Settlement Initiative (LSI). The LSI states that for a land claim to be granted legal recognition and certification, a human-based settlement must be established and permanently and continuously inhabited on Luna.
The statement on the LSI’s website reads, “The location and population of the settlement may change, as long as there continues to be an inhabited settlement within the claim. This settlement may include temporary shelters and structures; moveable vehicles or assemblies; permanent facilities for research, mining, construction, or human habitation; tourist accommodations; and/or strategic emplacements.
“Upon the recognition and certification of land claims, property owners shall be entitled to inhabit and develop their property in any manner, subject to any laws or statutes that may be established by the sovereign and independent government of Luna, which shall be freely elected by its citizens.”
The 23-year-old Pakistani man married her wife, Madiha, 26, six months ago. He is now holding the property documents provided by Sea of Vapours society.
However, this property does not amount to legal ownership as in international states that elements of humanity’s common heritage (both cultural and natural), including outer space, should be held in trust for future generations and thus, cannot be owned by any nation.
Source: Dialogue Pakistan
Penang Asam Laksa Ranked Top 7th Spot On The World’s Best 50 Foods
The most popular Malaysian local favorite food, Penang Asam Laksa has put the place as the world’s best food list by CNN.
More surprisingly, this dish also managed to beat the traditional Thai dish, Tom Yam.
Here are CNN World’s Best Foods. Top10:
Is your favorite food listed?
1. Massaman curry, Thailand
2. Neapolitan pizza, Italy
3. Chocolate, Mexico
4. Sushi, Japan
5. Peking duck, China
6. Hamburger, Germany
7. Asam Laksa Penang, Malaysia
8. Tom yam goong, Thailand
9. Ice cream, global
10. Chicken Muamba, Gabon
Sources: CNN Travel
Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte Coming Back, Last Year Sold Out Within 48 Hours
The popular Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte has returned to its fans starting yesterday. Last year, this drink was sold in just 48 hours.
This year, Starbucks Malaysia returns the Pumpkin Spice Latte menu as well as two new variations; Pumpkin Spice Cream Cold Brew and Pumpkin Spice Nitro Cold Brew. However, this drink is only available for a limited time.
The long-awaited Pumpkin Spice Latte is back with a new friend! Indulge in our Pumpkin Spice Cream Cold Brew for that creamy pu-mmm-pkin bliss you can't say no to! 🤤
— Starbucks Malaysia (@StarbucksMY) October 29, 2020
Sources: Starbucks Malaysia
Top Five Currently Airing K-Drama To Watch This Month
It is almost the end of October and many K-Drama has started airing in Korea as well as in Malaysia. For K-Drama fans and maybe you who are new to addicted want to watch, we want to share interesting ongoing drama for you.
These are 5 ongoing dramas that are personally interesting to watch especially during this ‘lockdown’ period.
Start-Up is about a woman (Suzy) who strives to achieve her dream by starting her own startup company in the heart of Silicon Valley Korea and a man (Nam Joo Hyuk) who struggles with her company. Are they able to develop the company and achieve their dreams?
2. Private Lives
Private Lives tells the life of a fraudster who falsifies his information and data. A swindler (Seohyun) who inadvertently opposes a large company with the help of a team leader (Go Kyung Pyo) to bring down the company.
3. Tale of the Nine Tailed
Starring Lee Dong-Wook, Jo Bo-Ah, and Kim Beom. This fantasy drama series tells the story of Gumiho or the nine-tailed fox played by Lee Dong-Wook who comes and wants to adapt to the city. He is often chased by a woman who is also a producer on a television station starring Jo Bo-Ah. Destiny finds the two of them back and what do you think the ending will be?
4. Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol is a story about a romance between an oppressed pianist (Go Ara) and a mysterious part-time worker (Lee Jae Wook). Will they be together eventually?
5. The Spies Who Loved Me
The Spies Who Loved Me is an intriguing and romantic drama between three people who have many secrets. A wedding planner (Yoo In Na) divorces her husband (Eric) who does not realize she is actually a secret agent. Then, he married an industrial spy (Im Joo Hwan).
Which one do you want to watch first? It’s very difficult, look at all the reasons why the day is shown differently. Enjoy watching!
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