THROUGH early morning fog I see, visions of the things to be, the pains that are withheld for me, I realise and I can see....
We are in the spotlight as the global flavour of the month. Keeping that love is going to take a lot more hard work.
We have finally conquered our fear of racially motivated riots and must never let it return.
I AM very unhappy with a lot of things in this general election. I made that clear in previous columns. But I will not sit it out as I still believe I must cast my vote, even with its reduced value.
OVER the last week, I was reading the newspaper from the back. You know, where the sports pages are.
DESPITE the fierce objections, petitions and lawsuits, the Election Commission’s redelineation exercise was passed in Parliament. All it took was two hours of debate.
AND so the wooing begins. Campaigning has started and the suitors, a.k.a. politicians, are trying their best to win over the prospective bride and her entire family, a.k.a. the voters.
ON my bookshelf are two books that gave me invaluable insights into a shocking chapter of modern Chinese history.
This year’s CCTV Spring Festival Gala shows off China’s power, both soft and hard.
Our politicians have much to learn from the late founder of Sweden’s best-known company.
No matter how many times it’s been proven false, women are still blamed for men’s sexual misbehaviour.
I STOPPED making New Year’s resolutions a couple of years ago as I was just so bad at keeping them.