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zaman_chem
post Feb 26 2018, 11:34 AM

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QUOTE(SummerSkyLuxe @ Feb 26 2018, 11:26 AM)
i would say its really dangerous for females to walk in malaysia, so no surprise
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that pretty much same for most country
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post Feb 26 2018, 11:34 AM

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now i know we only have 46 countries in the world
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post Feb 26 2018, 11:34 AM

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Memang Benar...
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post Feb 26 2018, 11:35 AM

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QUOTE(gundamsp01 @ Feb 26 2018, 11:29 AM)
i walk more than 10000 steps though
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hehehe 10,000 not in list
u must be from pluto
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post Feb 26 2018, 11:35 AM

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1. Weather: Too hot and always raining so no walking.
2. Malaysians are definitely lazy. Kalau boleh mesti parking depan pintu mall/office etc baru ok. Kalau kedai 5 mins walk pun sanggup naik kereta.
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Malaysia pedestrian road is basically free space for illegal hawkers. Actual pedestrian road is on side highway. Cause govt too coward to sue them.
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post Feb 26 2018, 11:37 AM

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"Researchers from Stanford University in the US tracked the smartphones of 717,000 people in 111 countries as part of the largest ever study into human movement."

"Reseachers collected over 68 million days’ worth of minute-by-minute data from over 717,527 users of the iPhone app Argus. Mainland China came second with 6,189 steps followed by Ukraine on 6,107."

The data is skew towards people who got IPhone. Or the one who participate, who send their data for the research. So the research pretty much berat sebelah and cannot be generalized.

Hv you even heard apps called Argus?


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compare with 15-25 C average country

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QUOTE(TrialGone @ Feb 26 2018, 11:35 AM)
Malaysia pedestrian road is basically free space for illegal hawkers. Actual pedestrian road is on side highway. Cause govt too coward to sue them.
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Ye la.
Kalau tidak gov disturb their periuk nasi and viral.
All people blame the authorities.
So better the gov not kacau them.
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Funnily enough today just saw one guy took lift to go one floor down.
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post Feb 26 2018, 11:38 AM

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I agree with this sturdy.

Seeing the car parking, LRT/mrt low usage.
fridel
post Feb 26 2018, 11:38 AM

kuran ka? ok e oi?
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post Feb 26 2018, 11:38 AM

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QUOTE(stopandroll @ Feb 26 2018, 11:37 AM)
"Researchers from Stanford University in the US tracked the smartphones of 717,000 people in 111 countries as part of the largest ever study into human movement."

"Reseachers collected over 68 million days’ worth of minute-by-minute data from over 717,527 users of the  iPhone app Argus. Mainland China came second with 6,189 steps followed by Ukraine on 6,107."

The data is skew towards people who got IPhone. Or the one who participate, who send their data for the research. So the research pretty much berat sebelah and cannot be generalized.

Hv you even heard apps called Argus?
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Nope and iPhone marketshare in Malaysia is definitely not enough to justify these reports.
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post Feb 26 2018, 11:40 AM

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Pretty much a research that blown up to a certain proportion. Sensationalized.

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i accident few days back beside klcc when tourist tried open the cab passenger door.

sudden block made me hit the door in instant, lucky i slow. able to hold without jatuh.

cilake angmoh, taxi driver oso stupid didnt ask the passenger to turun on the left side.

double park oso.. shit head!
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post Feb 26 2018, 11:42 AM

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Yeah they must also look at all these factors.

Malaysians Lazy - true to some extent.
Weather - have to take shower after short distance, weather is terrible not to mention pollution.
Distance between locations - office to work is often very far.
Public transport - noticed country with high step counts also have good public transport.
Safety - walking around is not safe due to snatch theft and bad road manners (drivers don't respect zebra crossing and red lights)

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So those fitness tracking app in our phone leak data? Ffuuuu
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post Feb 26 2018, 11:44 AM

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Almost 4000 steps a day is already high enough I think. It doesn't mean anything.
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post Feb 26 2018, 11:46 AM

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my daily average of steps on 2016 is 9202 and 7734 for 2017 =____=

it doesn’t even include the steps i’ve taken when i didn’t carry my phone, so it didn’t tracked that.
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QUOTE(stopandroll @ Feb 26 2018, 11:37 AM)
"Researchers from Stanford University in the US tracked the smartphones of 717,000 people in 111 countries as part of the largest ever study into human movement."

"Reseachers collected over 68 million days’ worth of minute-by-minute data from over 717,527 users of the  iPhone app Argus. Mainland China came second with 6,189 steps followed by Ukraine on 6,107."

The data is skew towards people who got IPhone. Or the one who participate, who send their data for the research. So the research pretty much berat sebelah and cannot be generalized.

Hv you even heard apps called Argus?
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no need that app ler, apple’s own health app already counting and collecting these data without the need to turn the app on. just turn the iphone on and it’ll already count how many steps you’ve taken as long as it is in your pocket.

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