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Hope in our Rulers

Our National Day will be upon us soon, it’s our Rulers, and not politicians, who have truly championed diversity.

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Race-y reflections

Just when it seems we’ve made progress, we get stuck in a rut once more.

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Punishing persecution

MANY Malaysians are, by now, aware that Malaysia sits on Tier 3 of the US State Department’s recently released 2021 Trafficking in Persons report.

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Don’t get taken in

Malaysia isn’t about to become the next Sri Lanka. Don’t believe everything you see on social media.

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Guiding lights

We’re hoping for neither aspirant nor actor because what we need are leaders by example.

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Dousing the flames

THE coming months will be rough. No one knows for sure how long it will last as the world grapples with inflation and the prospect of a global recession.

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Uncomfortably numb

Much to our discomfort, graft has grafted onto some of our politicians’ psyches like an incurable, sickening disease.

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Rinse and repeat

Scratched record? Groundhog Day? Welcome to the world of the Malaysian politician.

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Seal of approval

WHEN Datuk Idris Ahmad, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Religious Affairs), made the announcement that Muslims should stay away from the Bon Odori festival in Selangor, the PAS leader obviously had no idea how far he had overstepped his authority.

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Get the balance right

Everything counts when we deliberate our country’s economic stability – even the GST.

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Lost in translation

It works wonders on the international stage, yet English is being sidelined here.

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Wave of hope

Why are we drowning in our diversity when we should be riding its crest?

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