KUALA LUMPUR: Moderation is a global agenda but it cannot be promoted on the world stage if it is not first practised domestically, says British High Commissioner Vicki Treadell.
PETALING JAYA: Those who see themselves as belonging to a racial group or another state are only saying how proud they are of their cultural heritage and where they come from.
I can’t believe it’s been 12 years since I started my career. Many workplace veterans still think I am young, but fresh graduates and school leavers are already calling me Uncle.
I AM a Sabahan first, then a Malaysian.
PETALING JAYA: Two out of the 10 people who took part in The Star’s moderation survey do not identify themselves as Malaysians first, but here is the good news.
Respecting the places of worship of other religion is a big par of interfaith understanding.
BUTTERWORTH: The Transport Ministry has agreed in principle to the state government’s proposal to take over the Penang ferry operations.
PETALING JAYA: Those who identify themselves as Malaysian first in The Star Moderation Survey prefer to be seen for their nationality, rather than ethnic group.
PETALING JAYA: An overwhelming seven out of 10 people in The Star’s moderation survey identify themselves as Malaysian first.
PETALING JAYA: A total of 5,070 people took part in The Star Moderation online survey that ran for three weeks from March 21.
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