There are many bigger fish to fry, yet, age-old preoccupations continue to keep us hot and bothered.
THE proceedings at the High Courts are conducted mostly in English, as it is a language that many of our senior lawyers and judges, regardless of their race, are accustomed to.
In a world fixated with stereotypes, Siti Kasim smashes the mould of convention and defines what our New Malaysia desperately needs.
The closet is bursting with skeletons and the carpet is a mile high. And while the new government has its hands full, some high profile criminal cases need a relook.
Japan may have led Malaysia’s Look East policy of yore, but the stakes are heavily tipped in China’s favour now as the leader of the new world order.
Superfluous titles and awards may have started the rot, but in a new Malaysia, there is little room for delusions of grandeur.
MALAYSIANS know how to enjoy their food but, but the trouble is, we never really pay attention to hygiene standards at eateries.
Biro Tatanegara has not only survived, but festered in a multiracial country. Its review is long overdue.
A new government, a new political culture, and for Malaysians, a much more modest working practice by our national leaders – these are among the things that need to take shape.
As the dust slowly settles from a historic political upheaval, the task at hand is a long and winding road.
THERE’S something toxic about politics in Malaysia that can throw logic and good grace out the window, as exemplified by the current heated general election campaign.
A sea change beckons in the upcoming elections, but the tide isn’t expected to completely flow the Opposition’s way.