Recent and archived articles by Philip Golingai
The Japanese occupation of North Borneo may be nothing more than ancient history to some people, but there is plenty to learn about what people experienced in those difficult years.
The question of who will be the next Prime Minister continues to keep Pakatan Harapan in a stranglehold.
“TOLONG saya, boss. Tolong saya, boss. Tolong saya, boss (Please help me, boss. Please help me, boss. Please help me, boss),” pleaded a crying Samsul Sangunim, an Indonesian kidnapped in the waters off Semporna in the east coast of Sabah.
IN a 40-minute video clip shared on my Malay rights WhatsApp group, Umno Youth chief Datuk Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki was seen calmly and rationally schooling a Hindraf activist on Islam and Malays.
With prices of food and household items apparently rising faster than before, consumers must change their shopping habits to stretch budgets.
This year has been a political rollercoaster, and the new year promises another interesting ride.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in pips Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad by a vote to become ANN person of the year.
The children of politicians who enter the same field can have a hard time finding their own voice and their own path.
ALL I want for Christmas is for us to identify our fellow citizens as Malaysians instead of focusing on their race or religion.
“LIFE is difficult now. Prices of goods have gone up – egg has gone up, chicken has gone up, fish has gone up. I know the price, as I go to the market to shop instead of my wife,” said an irate 60-year-old Grab driver.