When one is looking at farming land in the country, there is a substantial increase in agricultural land in Malaysia since the 1960s. In 2018, the farmland area for Malaysia was 85,710 sq. km. The farmland area of Malaysia increased from 37,559 sq. km in 1969 to 85,710 sq. km in 2018 growing at an average annual rate of 1.72%. Data & chart source: World Bank
One cannot run away from favourite sushi and Korean bento meals when talking about Japanese and Korean food. In Malaysia, we have Sushi King & Sakae Sushi which is like Japanese fast-food and to be frank, they have a good spread and we can even order online for home delivery. Photo by Rajesh TP
Never put all your eggs in one basket so they say and for a small island country like Singapore, food security goes beyond the ability to feed its people but also impacts their national security. This is why Singapore ensures that its food source is not limited to only 1 to 2 countries. Eggs, for instance, are sourced from almost 11 countries although probably Malaysia would be the largest exporter of eggs to Singapore. Infographic source: Mothership
There is a lot of buzz on social media on the modern self-sustaining farming, shortage of food namely chicken in the market and food security for the future. A large part of the world especially from this side of the globe is still using the old farming methodologies which among others, are very labour intensive, expensive and resource hungry. Photo by Debendra Das from Pexels
It is said that one can go on without food for 30 to 40 days but one will die without water in 3 days’ time. So it is imperative that these 2 crucial items are part and parcel of the doomsday bunker logistics and is able to sustain the occupants for a very long time. Image source: Photo by PS Photography from Pexels
It also needs to have a good filtration system to ensure the water is clean enough for consumption.