Boon Wei Ying hopes to ride momentum following Deaflympics badminton | Malay Mail

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Boon Wei Ying hopes to ride momentum following Deaflympics badminton | Malay Mail

Boon Wei Ying hopes to ride momentum following Deaflympics badminton | Malay Mail

SEPANG, May 14 — Deaf national women’s badminton player, Boon Wei Ying hopes to carry her excellent form following her recent three-medal haul at the 24th Deaflympic Games in Caxias do Sul, Brazil. Wei Ying, 27, said her focus now has shifted to the 2022 Asia Pacific Deaf Games that is expected...

Telegram channel for the latest updates.Serba Dinamik: AG’s reasons trigger more questions than answers — Lim Wei Jiet Saturday, 14 May 2022 06:25 PM MYT MAY 14 — I refer to the Attorney General’s press release on 13th May 2022 on his reasons for compounding Serba Dinamik and its executives RM16 million, instead of pursuing the maximum penalty which includes imprisonment of up to 10 years..Telegram channel for the latest updates.

SEPANG, May 14 — Deaf national women’s badminton player, Boon Wei Ying hopes to carry her excellent form following her recent three-medal haul at the 24th Deaflympic Games in Caxias do Sul, Brazil.Wei Ying, 27, said her focus now has shifted to the 2022 Asia Pacific Deaf Games that is expected to be held this year.This culture of transparency, which was lacking in the past, ought to continue moving forward.“I only targetted one medal but managed to win three at the Brazil Deaflympics.“I want to remain focused on training in the mixed doubles and women’s doubles for the games (2022 Asia Pacific Deaf Games),” she told reporters at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport here today.The thrust of the Attorney General’s reasons is the alleged “economic consequences” towards Serba Dinamik’s employees, shareholders and creditors, which are supposedly disproportionate to the criminal charges.Wei Ying ended Malaysia’s 21-year gold medal wait when she won the gold medal in the women’s badminton doubles with Foo Zu Tung.The final game was topsy turvy with scores levelled on 10 occasions, as a visibly frustrated Axelsen kicked a shuttlecock and yelled in rage after losing a point following the interval.

In addition, she won a silver with Edmund Teo Seng Keong in the mixed doubles and a bronze in the women’s singles after Japanese shuttler, Mai Yakabe withdrew in the bronze medal match after being quarantined due to Covid-19.Simply because the deep plunge in Serba Dinamik’s shares started way back in May 2021 when the issue on the removal of KPMG as auditors triggered a sell-off, followed by months of high-profile legal tussles with KPMG, EY & Bursa, as well as missing the coupon payment of a US$300 million sukuk in November 2021.Meanwhile, Edmund said he intends to do better than a silver at the 2025 Deaflympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.The last time Malaysia won a gold at the biennial Games was when deaf athlete Zana Azizul Ujang emerged victorious in the 110-metre hurdles at the 2001 Deaflympics in Rome, Italy.A view of Serba Dinamik Holdings Berhad’s headquarters in Shah Alam May 14, 2022.— Bernama You May Also Like.

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