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Spooky uncertainties await Sabah

Sabah and Jolo are separated by the Sulu Sea and yet their fates are entwined.

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Be careful what you wish for

Life has a habit of not going according to plan but sometimes these hiccups hold some pleasant surprises.

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Meaning of Merdeka and M’sia Day

LAST week, my 11-year-old daughter Apsara asked me what Merdeka was. She was preparing for a Merdeka-themed drawing competition at her school.

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Unearthing hidden potential

Opportunity has come knocking for Sabahans working in the Klang Valley to show their entrepreneurial side.

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The race politics of road rage

TWO Malaysians were involved in a fender bender on a highway in Selangor. It ended up with one of them getting killed.

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Getting goosebumps singing Negaraku

‘National’ issues are distracting us from celebrating our national events as a united nation.

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What were you wearing?

Schooling a male government senator on the real world of violence against women.

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The bitter truth about sugar

Watch out for that sugar intake or risk health complications later on.

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Watching Malaysia’s House of Cards unfold

PEOPLE have asked me which television series best represents contemporary Malaysian politics.

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A ticking time bomb at sea

WITH Bohey Dulang island in the background, a 30-something divemaster checked his surroundings.

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Shakespeare in Malaysian politics

ON A morning when I was pumped up with Malaysian politics, I watch­ed the rehearsal of OYIF (On Your Imaginary Forces), named after a line from William Shakes­peare’s play Henry V.

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Spare the rod, spoil the child

CAN a secondary school teacher cane a student for allegedly calling him “Ah qua lao shi” (ladyboy teacher)?