Top 10 Trending Searches for June 2022
- Bangladesh vs West Indies
West Indies won against Bangladesh with 10 wickets during the Bangladesh tour of West Indies, with the winning team’s Kyle Mayers dubbed not only player of the match, but also player of the series.
- Malaysia vs Bangladesh / Malaysia vs Turkmenistan* / Malaysia vs Bahrain**
Malaysia faced off against Bangladesh during the AFC Qualifying match and won with a 4-1 lead, qualifying the national team to join the league for the 2023 AFC Cup.
- BWF Indonesia Open 2022
Representing Malaysia during the East Ventures Indonesian Open 2022, Lee Zii Jia progressed into the men’s singles semifinals but lost to Dane Viktor Axelsen in a 3 set match.
- Happy Fathers Day Wishes
Celebrated this year on June 19th, Father’s Day had families all over Malaysia looking up ways to show appreciation for the father figures in their lives.
- Spain vs Portugal
Spain’s match against Portugal in the UEFA Nations League on June 2nd ended in a draw with goals scored by Portugal’s Ricardo Horta and Spain’s Álvaro Morata.
- Link: Eat Love Kill
Disney+ debuts a fantasy mystery K-drama starring Yeo Jin-goo and Mun Ka-Young, about a man learning of his spontaneous ability to feel the emotions of a random woman.
- Bon Odori
The Bon Odori Festival to be held in Shah Alam on July 16 was recently in the media following calls from religious authorities for the event to be banned. However, the cultural Japanese festival held annually in Malaysia since 1977 will continue to be held following a decree by the Sultan of Selangor.
- The Quarry
Game developer Supermassive Games has released another choice-based horror game, ‘The Quarry’, where players must make choices to protect camp counsellors against supernatural monsters.
- Novel My Rude Wife
The novel ‘My Rude Wife’ by CikNorCinta, about an arranged marriage between Melur and Firdaus became a local hit after it was adapted into a Malay TV drama titled ‘Melur Untuk Firdaus’.
- KWSP 2.0
Following interest for another round of KWSP 2.0 withdrawals, many Malaysians have gone online in search of information on how the financial aid can affect the economy and future savings of Malaysians.