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Making Progress

Why do we find forgiveness so difficult?

In December 2015, my family and I went on holiday to South Africa.

Reflecting On The Law

Sosma can’t be above Constitution

If lawmakers don’t correct the Act’s disproportionate and arbitrary provisions, hopefully the courts will.

Vital Signs

A single admissions test to select the best medical students

We all want our doctors to be the best society can produce, but what does the "best" mean and how do we select for it?

So Aunty, So What?

Who’s afraid of the big, bad commie?

FROM young, I’ve been aware that my late father’s job as a policeman was to protect the nation from CTs, short for communist terrorists.

Colours of China

War against online scams

With the Chinese government coming down hard on online scams, fraudsters are moving their bases overseas.

Putting Dr G On The Spot

The Risk of Going too far with oral sex

A question for Dr G from Risky Rick.


Javanese: Of language and unity

Considering the dominance of the Javanese in Indonesian politics and culture, it’s surprising that the language is not Indonesia’s national one. Why was Bahasa Indonesia chosen instead?

It's Just Politics

Looking back at Tanjung Piai: What exactly did the people say with their votes?

A post by-election discussion analyses the results and that huge majority.


No single treatment for cancer

In cancer treatment, there is seldom a single solution for this disease.

With All Due Respect

Upholding the rights of house buyers

ON Tuesday , the Federal Court ruled that the housing controller has no power to waive or modify provisions of the contracts of sale as prescribed by regulations 11(1) and (2) of the Housing Development (Control and Licensing) Regulations, 1989 (1989 Regulations).

All the pieces matter

Malaysia’s lost strength

A vacuum of values and principled leadership is causing Malaysians to feel weak, and turn to figures like Hitler for strength.


Wishy-washy silence is not golden

We thought the new Malaysia would be a dynamic and energetic one but yet there still is so much ambivalence in so many policies.