Recent and archived articles by Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai
The country’s future must be decided based on balance and moderation, not rhetoric and sensationalism.
WE could stretch one ringgit quite a bit 50 years ago. Times are different now.
THE adage “Still waters run deep” certainly holds true for the Chinese. They are by nature hardworking, independent, resilient and proud.
I RECALL reading a news story a few months back about a trillion-tonne iceberg breaking off from an Antarctic ice shelf, leading some scientists to believe that this could raise global sea levels if the trend continued.
Our unity and combined efforts have made the Malaysian economy prosperous and resilient.
A series of firsts, an abundant medal haul from the SEA Games create the perfect mood for our 60th National Day.
Earlier this month, I had the honour of attending the much-anticipated launch of the Blossom Arts Festival Malaysia, a month-long event dedicated to showcasing the achievements and talents of the country’s emerging artists.
The East Coast Rail Link will be a transport backbone that boosts development and provides a link across the peninsula.
Klang Valley’s public transport network has helped reduce traffic congestion and make us more mobile.
We should take stock of how our nation was built, and what we need to do to continue growing.