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B arrister Albert Luk told that the investigating team would probably look into whether the “No Photo” warning at police stations is limited to the public only.It was reported that the woman in the photos was a tourist from mainland China and had gone to police for help over “issues with a credit card transaction”.Mr Zuckerberg told ABC News that it was conversations with Ms Chan that inspired the new organ donation aspect of Facebook, citing their dinner talks about her sick patients as the inspiration for the creation of the philanthropic endeavor.Her family's Chinese heritage also prompted Mr Zuckerberg to study Mardarin, and while he apparently didn't quite take to the language, he knows enough to have conversations with his new bride's grandmother.Tan Sri Rafidah binti Aziz (born 4 November 1943) is a Malaysian politician who was Member of Parliament for the Kuala Kangsar constituency from 1986 to 2013.

After thirty two years in government service, and twenty years as a minister, she described herself as being "blessed and content." Rafidah was an active member in the Malaysian political scene, having previously been appointed as a Member of the Malaysian Parliament.

• 2014 - APA GUNA BERJANJI (Director) • 2014 - SELAMAT PENGANTIN MADU (Producer) • Deputy President of the Malaysian Film Producers Association (PFM) • Chairman - Film & TV Sub-Committee for the Policy Implementation of the National Creative Industry Policy.

• Member - Music Authors' Copyright Protection (MACP) • Member - American Film Institute • Life Member - Director’s Associations Malaysia (FDAM) • Speaker for over 70 industry and educational seminars & conventions.

In 2006, Rafidah was accused of corruption related to the issuance of Approved Permits (AP) for importing foreign vehicles by former Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad in his series of criticisms against the Government of Malaysia.

Mahathir had also criticised then Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's handling of the Approved Permits (AP) issue, expressing his surprise that Rafidah was still retained as a Cabinet member although two people on the list of persons issued with highest number of APs were linked to her.

After thirty two years in government service, and twenty years as a minister, she described herself as being "blessed and content." Rafidah was an active member in the Malaysian political scene, having previously been appointed as a Member of the Malaysian Parliament.

• 2014 - APA GUNA BERJANJI (Director) • 2014 - SELAMAT PENGANTIN MADU (Producer) • Deputy President of the Malaysian Film Producers Association (PFM) • Chairman - Film & TV Sub-Committee for the Policy Implementation of the National Creative Industry Policy.

• Member - Music Authors' Copyright Protection (MACP) • Member - American Film Institute • Life Member - Director’s Associations Malaysia (FDAM) • Speaker for over 70 industry and educational seminars & conventions.

In 2006, Rafidah was accused of corruption related to the issuance of Approved Permits (AP) for importing foreign vehicles by former Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad in his series of criticisms against the Government of Malaysia.

Mahathir had also criticised then Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's handling of the Approved Permits (AP) issue, expressing his surprise that Rafidah was still retained as a Cabinet member although two people on the list of persons issued with highest number of APs were linked to her.

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