Along The Watchtower


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Along The Watchtower

Just cut the bankrupts some slack

With the increasing number of people being made bankrupt, changes are needed quickly for Malaysia’s harsh and outdated insolvency law.

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Fears over our waning economy

No clear solutions seem to be in sight for Malaysia’s falling currency and economic woes.

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Of cancer and corruption

The number of cancer cases in the country is rising, but the even bigger cancer of corruption is also eating away the fabric of ethics and integrity in Malaysia.

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MH17: Uncertainty even a year after

The search to find who is responsible for downing the plane does not appear to be nearer to the truth.

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From taste to waste

Malaysians complain a lot about the rising prices of food and yet waste so much of it.

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Rumpus over the role of royals

The escalating feud between Johor’s Crown Prince and the Tourism and Culture Minister has raised questions on the scope of our royalty.

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Human trafficking in our midst

If not for mass graves and other horror stories revealed over the past weeks, human traffickers would have continued to operate freely.

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The bleak and bright side of our education

Malaysia may be getting dismal marks for education but there are dedicated people making a difference to improve scores.

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Reckless rush on the road

Constant enforcement is not the only answer, but it is a crucial key to change the attitudes of bad Malaysian drivers.

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A beacon of integrity and hope

Jakarta Governor Ahok is a shining example of what Malaysia’s partisan politicians should be.

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Face the root cause of terrorism

Beyond the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) 2015, the Government has to tackle the reasons why Malaysians are attracted to militant groups like IS.

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LKY: Insights from a comrade turned foe

A recollection of Lee Kuan Yew and the man who fell from grace as the President of Singapore.

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