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Air crash that altered Sabah’s history
More than four decades later, many are still seeking closure over the Double Six tragedy that killed several state leaders.
Aussie PM and his Sabah link
The Sandakan Death March is Australia’s lost World War II history that should not be forgotten.
When a PTPTN U-turn is okay
There is nothing wrong with emulating Barisan’s way of collecting debt, if it works.
Sabah is the real owner of ‘bosku’
When non-Sabahans attempt to borrow expressions derived from the culture in Sabah, Sabahans tend to be critical over the authenticity of certain terms.
Sabah slangs made famous
Many local phrases originating from the state are gaining traction in the peninsula. Some have even become political slogans.
A chicken and egg situation
WHICH – in terms of rising prices – came first, the chicken or the egg? For the owner of a cafe in Kuala Lumpur famous for its fried chicken and butter cake (requiring many eggs), it is the egg.
From comic to commander-in-chief
THE new president of Ukraine is a comedian. And that is not a joke.
In danger of being a one-hit wonder
THE Pakatan Harapan government could end up like Lou Bega’s Mambo No. 5, Right Said Fred’s I’m Too Sexy and Sir Mix-A-Lot’s Baby Got Back if it doesn’t handle reforms properly.
Paying the heavy price to stay alive
ON the night of April 4, a Filipino contact informed me via Facebook messenger that a Malaysian KV (kidnap victim) was rescued near Jolo island and he was on board a helicopter bound for Zamboanga City.
The better judge in political prediction
ON Monday, I was reminded of this question when I had a WhatsApp conversation with a researcher of a political think tank on the Sandakan by-election.
Wising up to what’s real and what’s not
Malaysians love fake news, but a growing number are now checking their veracity.
Wanted: Compassionate leaders
IT IS a case which can be best described as the insensitivity of a state leader.