Pas and Hannah Yeoh: Notes from a ‘green’ heartland

The road ahead for ethnic minority or non-Pas Malay candidates to win in the 'green' heartlands will be steep - but positive results are not totally unachievable.

Redesign the food system to boost food security

The circular economy could transform the agri-food industry and make it more resilient, inclusive and sustainable.

Rehumanising education

While it is important to develop digital skills, we must continue to inculcate essential human soft skills, as these are the essence of what it means to be human

Empowered communities could raise Malaysia’s quality of life from the bottom up

It’s long past time to let go of our ethnicities and think of ourselves as one people.

The last fishing enclave of Tanjong Tokong: From public treasure to private exclusivity

'Adopt' the fishing village as part of a lifelong learning programme on environmental education.

Sam Ke Ting and the basikal lajak case

Who is the reckless driver?

Beware the debt trap

If we keep on borrowing and investing heavily in white elephant infrastructure projects, we might fall into this trap.

Our Sisters

A poem by Premalatha Karupiah

Mahathir’s final legacies

Luckily for us today, including younger Malaysians, we finally know Mahathir’s true nature.

Flood calamity: It’s not just about heavy rainfall!

A high tide, rising sea levels, river siltation and failure in river management contributed to the disaster.

Leadership with compassion and wisdom

Effective leaders are those who can retain goodness and refrain from negative practices with wisdom.

Use social media to broaden democratic space

Recently, I attended a webinar on contemporary Thai politics and social media.One interesting finding was that Twitter has become a political tool and conduit...

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