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Heart Talk

A time for self-reflection

We have hit the pause button with the MCO, so we should take the chance during this brief interlude from the hustle and bustle of our lives to do some soul-searching.

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Welcome to Malaysia, where political dishonesty is fine

IS HONESTY still the best policy? Is it also vital to keep your promises? At least that’s what I was taught by my parents to do while growing up.

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A different ball game in citizenship

The government seems to have scored an own goal in awarding citizenship to Kosovan footballer Liridon Krasniqi while some 30,000 Malaysia-born citizenship applicants remain stateless.

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Shining hope for Malaysian unity

The unexpectedly quick and strong action by the Cabinet in responding to a racist incident offers a glimpse of the path towards a New Malaysia.

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Lots to worry about, thanks to endless politicking

‘Don’t worry, be happy’ is not just working nowadays.

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Time for a more inclusive, world-class civil service

All the rakyat want is to be proud of a Malaysia that delivers.

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Cleanse hearts and souls of racism

WHEN I was abroad recently, one local song kept ringing in my ears constantly. It was none other than Oh Malaysia, Land Of Glory. I wondered why, as I had not listened to it in a long time.

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Free meal for all plan hard to digest

The Pakatan Harapan government should go for needs-based approaches, not populist moves.

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Politics in Malaysia now a zero sum game?

The people gave Pakatan Harapan the mandate to clean-up Malaysia. However, we are now slowly being convinced that this coalition is looking more and more like ‘the same old broom’.

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Disturbing trend of the bad and ugly emerging in New Malaysia

The fight for political survival is overshadowing the dream of a truly multiracial new Malaysia.

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Time for Malaysians to fight the real battles

Champions of race and religion are blithely ignoring serious challenges like drugs, failing education standards and non-repayment of study loans in the nation.

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‘Cash is King’ comes back to bite Pakatan

Politicians using cash to buy power and votes has created a culture in Malaysia in which people have started valuing money more than truth, hard work and honesty.