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Netizens are up in arms after Netflix featured Singapore and Indonesia in a show on Asian street food, but left out Malaysia

Netflix's new series will feature hawkers from nine countries: Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, India, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. But not Malaysia.

Singapore, Malaysia agree to suspend overlapping port claims

Both sides have agreed to not anchor government vessels in the area.

PM Mahathir says Johor govt, people must speak up on the Singapore water agreement

The "rich" country of Singapore has been benefiting from "poor" Malaysia in the water issue, Mahathir said.

The claws are out again – this time over yusheng, which BBC called ‘Singapore’s salad’

The BBC has updated its article to explain the differences between Malaysian and Singaporean versions of yusheng.

Singapore repeats call for Malaysia to withdraw vessels following Pireas-Polaris collision

Pireas was on its way to its next port of call at Tanjung Pelapas in Johor when it collided with Polaris, which was anchored.

Deferred High-Speed Rail deal: Malaysia informs Singapore of $15m remittance

A deal was negotiated to suspend the project instead as a cancellation would have entailed a high amount of compensation.

Singapore-Malaysia relations still ‘good’, says Malaysian Foreign Minister

"There are some issues but we are talking to each other," he said.

Johor Menteri Besar visits Malaysian government vessel off Tuas

Singapore said there were five Malaysian government vessels in Singapore’s waters as of 6pm on Wednesday.

Malaysia, Singapore agree to steps to curb air, sea tensions

On the maritime front, the sides agreed to the establishment of a working group to discuss issues around port limits.