Wong Chun Wai

Recent and archived articles by Wong Chun Wai

16 Jun 2019 | 7:00 AM

Calling the kettle black

The West’s latest accusations against China’s human rights record simply reek of hypocrisy.

13 Jun 2019 | 7:00 AM

Churning up political mud

Comment by Wong Chun Wai
THE characters in the latest, widely circula­ted sex video could have been irrelevant.

9 Jun 2019 | 7:00 AM

One for all and all for one

THE controversy surrounding the appointment of Latheefa Koya as the new Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner isn’t going away soon and can only lead to waves of discontent and suspicion.

2 Jun 2019 | 7:00 AM

A maverick man in black

HE has been called all kinds of names. You either love him or loathe him, there are no two ways about it. His admirers think he is a genius while his nemeses say he is an opportunist, but a modern, more neutral word to describe him would be unconventional.

Malaysian flavour: LimKokWing universities in Africa have brought a distinctive Malaysian brand to the global stage.
2 Jun 2019 | 7:00 AM

We could be heroes

A SIMPLE story can sometimes be heart-warming and uplifting, especially when it ends happily. More so when it’s real and not a fictional video, such as those created by advertising agencies for the festive season.

30 May 2019 | 7:00 AM

The passing of a great singer

Datuk Dahlan Zainuddin’s demise is also the passing of an era where many non-Malay singers could deliver hit songs in Bahasa Malaysia.

26 May 2019 | 7:00 AM

Pride and prejudice

An Asian nation’s ascent to the top of the economic hill is causing a global superpower to quake in its boots.

23 May 2019 | 7:00 AM

Economic value of language

Comment by Wong Chun Wai
NO one thought that China would one day become a super power.

19 May 2019 | 7:00 AM

Perilous pile of plastic

It’s an environmental timebomb waiting to go off, yet, we continue to embrace it for the sake of the economy.

19 May 2019 | 7:00 AM

S.M. Idris, the man who stood up for all of us

HE was simply S.M. Mohamed Idris to everyone. He didn’t need to be addressed as Tuan Idris. He didn’t even believe in being titled; he was happy being referred to as just S.M. Idris. In fact, to many, he was Uncle Idris.