Recent and archived articles by Philip Golingai
YESTERDAY, the national focus was on the rally against the ratification of the Inter-national Convention on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (Icerd) in Kuala Lumpur. But perhaps we are missing the forest for the trees.
In modern society, there is a growing number of people who suffer from nomophobia.
The High Court settled the legal question of the rightful Sabah Chief Minister last month, but a power tremor is expected to shake up the fluid and unsettled state politics.
WE didn’t start the fire.
Even before the dust fully settles on the fractious PKR party polls, a new leadership battle rises – in Sarawak.
Malaysians should be wary of those who use divisive tactics to grab power at the expense ofunity and harmony.
“WINSTON Churchill had reminded us that ‘when there is no enemy within, the enemies outside cannot hurt you’. Let’s all come together, unite and aspire to forge ahead.”
Why wait for outsiders to tell the world about the mess in parts of Sabah? People in the state should instead do all they can to keep these places clean.
It’s a tight fight but some are saying should Rafizi Ramli beat Azmin Ali in the PKR deputy president race, it would be a political abnormality.
The rakyat needs to hear less criticism of the previous administration and more assurances that the Pakatan government is focused on steering Malaysia to new heights.