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— AFP pic KUALA LUMPUR, April 18 — Malaysia is among the world’s most morally conservative countries, with strong opposition to issues involving sex, gambling and consumption of alcohol, according to a recent poll by Pew Research Center.In the Washington-based research group’s Global Views on Morality survey released this week, Malaysia was among the ten countries most opposed to contraceptives, alcohol, extramarital affairs, homosexuality and abortion.a young man’s wanderlust inspired by a movie and of course, food!When he was in his 20s, Alex Lock May Onn, 69, was earning a good paycheck as an engineer at a cement plant in Chemor.
Under both civil law and Islamic law, girls and boys younger than 18 can be married.The respondents also had similar attitude towards premarital sex, with 87 per cent finding it unacceptable.Meanwhile, 79 per cent of Malaysians opposed abortion, 76 per cent were against gambling, and 70 per cent found use of alcohol unacceptable.Expect to see a first time performance of “Perhaps the Last Flight” and “Dancer” by Emmy Hennings at the Dada Poetry Salon this Friday March 19th at the Cornelia St. The third annual edition of the very special one-night-only Da Da Poetry Salon, with Da Da hostess Kat Georges!Cafe in NYC by Typewriter Girls Crystal and Margaret! What: Dada Poetry Salon When: March 19, 2009, 6-8 pm Where: Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia St., NY, NY 10014 Cost: (includes free house drink) Costumes encouraged! Featured guest poets will include Da Da superstars including boxer/poet Arthur Cravan and dada manifesto creator Tristan Tzara, brought back to life for this special event. The first 50 people will receive a free copy of the inaugural and only issue of Maintenant 4 (inspired by Arthur Cravan’s 1915 Maintenant magazine, the first ‘zine ever produced! Included in the FREE zine is a special limited edition CD of contemporary Dada music and Wordscapes.