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Thursday January 29, 2015 MYT 5:31:13 PM
To pay or not to pay? Customers are now standing up for their rights and refuse to fork out the service charge at restaurants.
Universities can add value by giving students a real-world environment to apply their knowledge, and to make it safe for them to fail.
You can say something in good faith that is true, but what is really important is how people will react to it. Problem is, you can’t control how people will see your message, can you?
There are Malaysian teenagers who want to leave the country to join ISIS in Syria. But is there more to the story?
If we hold on to our beliefs so strongly, does it matter what the facts say?
Most conversations about religion in this country have a high risk of degenerating into entrenchment.
Smacking a child can result in short-term compliance, but there are long-term consequences.
Seeking the truth behind the recent terror attack in Paris isn't easy.
It's been one heck of a year for Malaysia - disasters, drought, floods, kidnappings – enough fodder for conspiracy theorists and moviemakers for a decade.
Logic is the antithesis of emotion but mathematician-turned-scriptwriter Dzof Azmi’s theory is that people need both to make sense of life’s vagaries and contradictions.
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