PAS, or any other group, should not be allowed to use religion to challenge Malaysia’s social climate and political system.
A lot needs to be done to make our national carrier Malaysia Airlines competitive again but we are on the right track.
The beauty and simplicity of Kinabatangan remain lost to Malaysians who are caught up in their own political bubble.
A National Day video has sent out a stark reminder to all that we must work towards making Malaysia a better home for all.
The world is divided by well-meaning doers and self-serving whiners, so we should try to remain on the right side of that divide and not be plagued by negativity.
Problems at schools won’t go away overnight. Schools are not care centres and teachers should not be blamed.
Come SEA Games time, we couldn’t care less for our athletes’ skin colour or beliefs. We are only interested in the colours of our Jalur Gemilang. There will be cries of jubilation and groans of despair, all in unison. Let’s remember that.
There’s more to our country than Petaling Jaya, George Town, Ipoh and Johor Baru. There is also Banggi, Bongek, Kapit and Galas.
Too many events are on the cards this year, especially from now on, with the SEA Games and Budget just round the corner.
Many writers and even some officials fall into this trap – using the same expressions over and over again, it’s almost automatic.
Some phrases have become jargon for lawmakers. Many have been overused, and in most cases misused, by this category of people.
Penang has some things in common with San Francisco – the island, too, is unconventional in many ways.