Recent and archived articles by Wong Chun Wai
IT was clear from the beginning that Indonesian Siti Aisyah and Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong were mere pawns in the murder of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
The people sought to make political changes in GE14 to allow them to pursue better opportunities. So, heads up to Pakatan Harapan.
Comment - By Wong Chun Wai WHEN Petronas chief executive officer Tan Sri Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin (pic) was named as one of the 100 global Brand Guardians for 2019, almost all the media dutifully reported it but they were all published in the business section.
It’s been more than six decades since our independence, yet, more than ever, some politicians continue to wield the race and religion cards to divide us.
IT’S time for Malaysia to change its narrative. For a start, our leaders must end the hyperbole of how the previous Barisan Nasional government stripped and looted the country’s wealth.
WE take for granted politicians lying to win elections, or doing so as and when necessary. It’s a given of course, so it would be naïve of anyone to think otherwise, but Malaysians learnt something new recently.
A political year will soon be up, so the honeymoon’s truly over. How has New Malaysia’s government fared? With the indiscretions rolling out, that’s coffee shop talk right now.
WE seem to be heading towards a dangerous edge. There is now an emerging culture of shamelessness.
To avoid slipping on the proverbial banana skin by losing out on ecotourism revenue, Tourism Malaysia must first put its best foot forward.
There are stereotypical people and situations. For the CNY holidays, it’s best to stay clear of familiarity breeding contempt.