Recent and archived articles by Danial Rahman
With PTPTN often being a political landmine, the public’s voice can lend strength and legitimacy to necessary (and potentially politically unpopular) policy changes.
IN conjunction with International Women’s Day on March 8, I share my admiration for Amy Bala, a former deputy director with the social welfare department, and my second mother.
What a change for Salim. From living 21 years in Kuala Lumpur as a Rohingya refugee from Myanmar, he is now resettled in Utica, upper New York State – about 390km from the Big Apple.
For this year’s final piece, I would like to look at the future of our education system and prompt some questions we should be asking ourselves for 2019 and beyond.
Now, if there's one group of people in society the media love to highlight (aside from politicians), it's educators.
All around the world and everywhere around us, artificial intelligence is making the world a better, more efficient place.
The culture in Malaysia is great but there are many more good elements it can absorb.
IN 2011, Belgium went 541 days without a government. Yes, you read that right.
With a new minister and a merged ministry in place, expectations for our education system have never been greater. But the public needs to understand the huge task ahead.
Universal basic income and a four-day work week are among ideas that may make a better future.