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Of values, traditions and culture

No culture can be forced onto people and people cannot be prevented from taking part in a culture either.

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Between anywhere and somewhere

IN his book, The Road to Somewhere (published March 2017), David Goodhart argued that to understand the increasing populism in contemporary politics, we must first acknowledge that society can be loosely divided into two categories of people – those who see the world from Anywhere, and those who view the world from Somewhere.

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Safety is our top priority

We all have a role to play in preventing fires and should know what to do when a fire breaks out.

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Chosen for Chevening

It’s all about answering the call to adventure, rather than sticking with a cushy job and stability.

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May the SEA Games highlight unity

The behaviour of some spectators shows that it is time we take a long, hard look at ourselves.

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Leave no Malaysian behind

When we talk about unity, let’s include all the different races, religions and genders as well as the differently abled.

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Stop trivialising mental health

Laws that involve life and death have no room for jokes on psychological abuse.

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Nudging our resolutions

Sometimes, it takes a financial incentive to push us towards making the right choices.

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Choosing to observe Hari Raya

There was an extra reason to celebrate this year, and to remember a groundbreaking series which began two decades ago.

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Reflections on Ramadan

Explaining the purpose and the method of fasting to friends of other faiths brought us closer together.

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Kindness and mercy during Ramadan

A criminal act was counter-balanced by the compassion of friends and a stranger.

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Old Malaya, new Malaysia

An encounter, a recent study and a new book provide food for thought about what makes a true Malaysian.

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