Eight New Year resolutions for Malaysians in 2018

Can’t think of a worthwhile New Year resolution? Wandering Malaysian has come up with eight resolutions that Malaysians would do well to put on...

The Christmas message of solidarity

There should be multi-ethnic solidarity against ethno-religious supremacy, socio-economic inequality, and a polarised education system, writes Ronald Benjamin. The season of Christmas, which commemorates...

Whither Malaysia? Doing the same thing and expecting different results!

The challenge is to bring about a change in our mindsets, currently chained to ethnicity, to one that is inclusive and empowering to all,...

Understanding Islam and secularism

Azmil Tayeb reports on a forum that discussed concerns about the effects of secularism on morality and its compatibility with Malaysian and Islamic values....

Food self-sufficiency vital in tackling rising living costs

Malaysia should emphasise the development of the food and fisheries sectors to ease the food bill burden felt by many Malaysians, writes Benedict Lopez....
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Open letter to Anwar Ibrahim: Will polls be fought on race, religion or 1MDB,...

Unless Pakatan Harapan has a strong defence on issues of race and religion, it will not be able to attack effectively on 1MDB and...

Sexual harassment, violence against women continues across the globe

Countries that in any way condone, tolerate and participate in the persecution of women cannot in any way consider themselves civilised nations, says Benedict...

BN’s traditional media falls in disarray; social media battle looms ahead of polls

Will big data analytics and voter profiling on social media be enough for the BN to counter the groundswell of disquiet over the rising...

Open letter to Anwar Ibrahim: Reducing the PM’s powers

Pakatan Harapan must pledge to remove the power of the prime minister to appoint the senior officers of national institutions, says Ronnie Ooi. Dear...

69 years after UN treaty, many nations still paying lip service to human rights

Despite being members of the United Nations, these nations shamelessly allow torture, detention without trial and ethnic cleansing, observes Benedict Lopez. According to the...

Malaysia’s disenfranchised, disillusioned youth

Politically aware younger Malaysians have a unique opportunity to reject the politics of race and bigotry and instead focus on the issues that will...
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‘To teach is to touch a life forever’: A tribute to dedicated teachers

Teo Chuen Tick proposes a toast to teachers everywhere, past and present, who are mindful of their important role in educating the young minds...

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