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Learn from our neighbour

LET’S call a spade a spade. Our record of building affordable homes is pathetic, if not a disgrace.

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PAS needs more than CNY greetings, open house visits to convince majority of M'sians

LET’S give Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang marks for trying. He has posted at least three pictures of himself and family, dressed up in red Chinese New Year costumes, for the festival.

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Making civil society real

IT would not be wrong to say that of all the Prime Ministers that we have, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is probably the one who is most philosophical.

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Keep the kebaya heritage flying

THERE is this popular phrase – if it ain't broke, don't fix it. If is often used in business parlance and means that one should not try to change something when there is no reason to do so, especially when that thing is in a satisfactory state.

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PAS’ chilling message on beers

While PAS has promised partner Gerakan that it is committed to multi-racialism, its actions seem to show that recent election victories have gone to its head, with the tirade against alcohol and gambling. This is not good for Malaysia’s international image.

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Caught in a predicament

IT WOULD not be wrong to suggest countries, which have been waiting for the Chinese tourists to arrive, are caught in a predicament.

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When the iron fist grips too hard

Our politicians, including from PAS, should be aware that investors watch their language when the subject of race and religion crops up.

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All-too real TV shows

THE holiday season is always the best time to watch TV shows. I am not sure if others will agree with me, but I spend an enormous amount of time in front of the small screen watching football, Netflix movies and Astro, too.

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Food for thought

France to win the World Cup? Who cares, but Malaysia has already won courtesy of the French.

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Doing away with political appointments a good start

TENAGA Nasional Berhad chairman Datuk Seri Hasan Arifin found out that he had lost his job when he was overseas.

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It’s best to exercise caution

IT was a good headline grabber, but the purported violations, smacking of possible corruption, involving RM600bil now seem like just another political soundbite.

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The stainless steel ‘Iron Lady’

SHE may no longer be involved in politics, but don’t expect Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz to stay silent – she continues to boldly speak up on political issues.

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