It is tempting to consider what Asean would be like in another 50 years, even though some may still not understand it in its first 50.
We don’t need studies to tell us that being a multi-ethnic society makes us brighter, more creative and more likely to come up with the right answers. We know it because we are now living it.
DESPITE causing over 300 deaths in Malaysia last year, plus a great deal of discomfort to tens of thousands of others in the country, dengue fever is apparently not scary enough.
The modern Malaysian Chinese family has come a long way. Many practices have been ‘adjusted’ but some things never change.
When we embrace our diversity and row in the same direction, we will stay on course
The dramatic change of Mentri Besar in Kedah has been seen as a show of strength on the part of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
With the tagline, ‘It is ours too’, Kupikupifm has big plans to expand its transmission to the peninsula and beyond.
by Dorairaj Nadason
Development is often a good thing and change is constant. But as hills are cleared, trees felled and beaches threatened, the island of Penang may be in for just too much of a good thing.
For many in China, Zhang Jinlai should be at the forefront of the Spring Festival this year.
Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir’s experience in the Kedah political crisis shows that the party is always bigger than the individual, no matter how famous the person or his family may be.