Recent and archived articles by Patrick Lee
GRIK: A group of Orang Asli in Perak has had enough of the constant logging in their jungle and are planning to start a blockade - similar to what happened in Kelantan last year - if the widespread tree-cutting continues.
KUALA LUMPUR: It was a rousing end to the first day of the Global Transformation Forum 2017 as business magnate Richard Branson fielded questions and selfie requests.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia chose the “Road Less Travelled” when it embarked on its transformation plan, says Pemandu president and CEO Datuk Seri Idris Jala.
KUALA LUMPUR: It is important to appoint the right leaders for the ministries, agencies and enterprises to ensure that transformation happens, said Permodalan Nasional Bhd group chairman Tan Sri Abdul Wahid Omar.
KUALA LUMPUR: It’s a piece of advice that never gets old – always listen to your mother.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s focus on human capital and connectivity is the right direction for development, World Bank chief economist Dr Paul Romer said.
COX’S BAZAR: In the middle of the refugee camp, dozens of Rohingya children were massed around a man in the orange jacket, palms outstretched.
YANGON: The alarm went off at the same time the container left the floor, filling the air with a repetitive ring.
CHITTAGONG: Citing safety concerns, Bangladeshi authorities will allow only 25 volunteers from the Rohingya aid ship to visit the refugee camps, to the dismay of many on board.
CHITTAGONG: When news started to spread that only 25 people from the aid ship Nautical Aliya would be able to go to Rohingya refugee camps, Abdullah Yusuf, 26, got angry.