Updated January 31, 2020 19:09:59Malaysian online newspaper Sama Malaysia (Mate) has published a report titled ‘Malaysia’s internet journalism is a laughing stock’ on its website.
The newspaper is also running a Facebook page with the headline ‘Malay Mail is not funny’.
The paper has previously said it has a strong print circulation, with almost 3,000 subscribers and online readership of over 2.5 million.
Mate has also recently launched a news platform called ‘Malayan News’.
The newspaper has also launched a ‘Maloyan News’ page, which features an article on the newspaper by a Malaysian journalist titled ‘Mate, Malay News, is not a joke.
It is a living news publication’.
The article was written in November 2016, and published on March 11.
The article reads: ‘The Mate Malaysian News is not an insult but an insult to the Mate community’.
It adds: ‘MalaiNews is a news portal that provides a daily and weekly newsletter to the readers of Malayalam.
Its aim is to provide information about Malay society and the news, business and political developments.’
MateNews’ website is currently online with more than 15,000 unique visitors per day.MATE’s article was picked up by other online news outlets in the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
The Malaysian online newspaper was created by Malayali journalist Abdul Hameed Ali and his wife Muhsin Ali in 2015.
Mates website, as of this writing, is located at http://mate.aliveonline.com.sg/.
The article also has links to its Facebook page and Twitter account.
Malaysians are divided over the country’s news media, with many of them taking to social media to vent their frustrations with the media.
MATE, for example, is an online newspaper that has a circulation of nearly 1.4 million.
The online paper is run by Mate Malaysia.
It was founded by Muhsins family in 2014, and its online newspaper is currently under construction.
The website is set to be launched in January 2021.
Mating, for its part, said it was not going to comment on the report, which is available on its Facebook and Twitter pages.’
Malaysi media is not responsible for the content of any article posted on its pages,’ a spokesperson for the company said in a statement.