Recent and archived articles by Mei Mei Chu
PUTRAJAYA: Thirteen years after it was first mooted, Malaysia will finally establish the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC).
PETALING JAYA: Official government letters will no longer bear the sign-off "Saya yang menurut perintah" (I, who follow orders).
PETALING JAYA: Music can be a powerful unifying force, but can it inspire people to protect Malaysia's most endangered wildlife?
PETALING JAYA: Ahmad Ziqri Morshidi, who was arrested for allegedly molesting a woman, is a victim of ignorance, says signatories of a petition urging justice for the 22-year-old autistic man.
PETALING JAYA: Cabinet minister Yeo Bee Yin has openly declared the status of her relationship with plastic material.
PETALING JAYA: It will now take a year for the Anti-Fake News Act, which was bulldozed through at the last Parliament sitting and gazetted days before the 14th General Election, to be done away with.
PETALING JAYA: Learning to dance, especially traditional ones, is a gateway to promoting unity and cross-cultural understanding among Malaysians, says Imran Syafiq Mohd Affandi.
PETALING JAYA: The results of the Seri Setia by-election showed that cooperation between Umno and PAS can work, especially in a predominantly Malay-majority state seat.
PETALING JAYA: The voter turnout for the by-elections in Balakong, Seri Setia and Sungai Kandis was the lowest in the past nine years.
PETALING JAYA: Pakatan Harapan has won the Seri Setia seat with a 4,027 majority, clinching its second by-election win after Sungai Kandis.