TPP: Eight questions the Malaysian government must answer

Concerned Malaysian raises a string of questions that should be answered before Malaysia signs the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement. 1) Will Malaysian patients have to...

Is MRT the long-term panacea for traffic congestion?

What is wasteful is building the MRT, while not improving the bus, taxi and commuter train systems in the city, laments David Yeoh. The...

MAS, Soros and Najib

In the late 1990s, we had Soros as our scapegoat but today our downfall is widely perceived to have been orchestrated by the highest...

Hope for change still flickers in 2016

There is so much that our country could have achieved if our resources had been used for the benefit of the Rakyat, says Teo...

Work two jobs? Think again, Ahmad Maslan

The deputy minister should instead find ways to tackle the rising cost of living instead of suggesting that Malaysians take on two jobs to...

Malaysia a high-income nation by 2020 – or stuck in middle-income trap?

Even if Malaysia’s GDP is growing, the wages of the majority of its people are trapped in the low-income range, points out Low Swee...

Embracing 2016 – a student’s perspective

With financial aid only sufficient to cover their tuition fees and some basic needs, university students often have little option but to cut down...

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