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Joceline Tan

Analysis by Joceline Tan

Sore losers or new hope?

A new Malay political party formed by disgruntled PAS leaders aims to take on PAS and change the political landscape again in the next general election.

Bunn Nagara

Behind The Headlines by Bunn Nagara

Learning from the EU

The European Union remains the world’s most successful regional organisation, for now, even when Europe is experiencing possibly its worst twin crises.

Wong Chun Wai

On The Beat by Wong Chun Wai

The mission: service first

Malaysian taxpayers should be treated as customers who deserve the best service. Government departments should aim to keep their standards high and not fuss over how their customers are dressed.

Soo Ewe Jin
Star Says

The Star Says by The Star Says

Keep sexual harassment out of the workplace

SEXUAL harassment is no longer as clear-cut as it used to be. Today, especially with easy access to social media, even a simple act of communication between two colleagues on a smartphone can be seen as a form of flirtation bordering on sexual harassment.

Tho Xin Yi
DRaj

Why Not? by Dorairaj Nadason

See the substance, not form

Clothing aside, it is about time some adults grow up and see young athletes for what they really are – young people with potential to go far.

Joceline Tan

Analysis by Joceline Tan

Dong Zong's fall from grace

The`mother of all Chinese crises’ in Dong Zong is still raging on between rival camps who want to control
the once respected Chinese schools movement.

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