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Pearly-Thinaah’s resilient show should not end after home highlight
AS a journalist covering the Malaysian Masters, even I was moved to tears seeing Pearly Tan-M. Thinaah’s battling performances.
Intervention against inflation
NOBODY appreciates a hike in loan interest. It eats into the pocket. But even worse is the bane of all – uncontrolled inflation.
Malaysian 5G rollout - FDI promissory trap
EMIR Research has been calling for a comprehensive reevaluation of Malaysia’s 5G rollout in numerous and continuous publications because getting the model and implementation correct for the benefit of all is paramount.
China-Malaysia relations: Sailing towards a bright shared future
SPRING is the season of hope and joy when everything bursts into life. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's official visit to China ended with great success when his plane departed from Beijing Capital International Airport in early spring.
Anwar's coalition government: Navigating tricky undercurrents
The PM has secured some breathing space after the passing of his maiden budget and a successful trip to Beijing – but he has dangerous undercurrents to navigate going into the state elections.
Strategies moving forward for Malaysia (Part 2) – Gaps and opportunities
In Part 1, EMIR Research elaborated on strategies surrounding the enhancement of Malaysia’s strengths and potential diversifications, formulated with the global outlook in mind.
Close China ties will lift Malaysia’s economy and Anwar’s standing
MALAYSIA’S new Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was seen smiling and exuberant during his three-day official visit to China from March 30 to April 1.
Strategies moving forward for Malaysia (Part 1) – The strengths
IN navigating an uncertain future, EMIR Research looks into the strategies for Malaysia to not only withstand the various global outlook and trends but also to thrive in reaping the full value from opportunities arising. The following presents the strategy framework.
The rising threat of the treacherous triad: Super elites, hardcore racial bigots and extreme religious zealots
THE political heat is rising, combusting on racial and religious fuel to such an alarming level that is bad enough for Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to order security forces to be on alert.
When Hadi is on a rampage of sheer incoherence - sembah derhaka?
Democracy is not about toppling the government. If that is the definition, then Malaysia would have learned all the wrong lessons from the French Revolution of 1789.
Menu Rahmah initiative right move under pressing times
We should remember that at the launch of the Menu Rahmah initiative, the Domestic Trade and Living Costs Minister, Datuk Seri Salahuddin Ayub, did not make any comment regarding the sustainability of this new effort as a long-term programme undertaken by the unity government.
The frivolous politicisation of Islam must be banned
"DO NOT do to others what you do not want others to do unto you," goes one universal adage.