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Can DAP undo the 'dead knot' before GE15?

THERE has been a deafening silence among the top DAP leaders over the party’s performance in the Sarawak election.


Selfless in the hour of need

Malaysians show the true spirit of being ‘Keluarga Malaysia’.


Taman Sri Nanding residents yearn for assistance

I HAVE seen many reports before on natural disasters and their aftermath, at both the national and international levels. But my visit to Taman Sri Nanding in Hulu Langat, Selangor, on Wednesday is the first time that I witnessed a natural disaster up close.


Flood of criticism over delayed response

​​​​​​​ON THIS day last week, no one knew that Selangor was about to experience one of the biggest floods in its history.

Sports Box

Singapore’s success, Malaysia’s mediocrity – blame it on system, not athletes

THERE is no world badminton champion. There is no Olympic Games gold medal winner. The wait for football glory, even at regional level, continues.

Curious Cook

Curious Cook: Odd food stories

A compilation of strange food stories, from a virus that attacks oysters to the curious origins of cornflakes and granola.


Once in 100 years flooding? It has become too frequent

TAMAN Sri Muda is just a barely 15 minutes drive away from Shah Alam, the capital of Selangor. It is a major township located in the Klang district where, by logic, immediate help should have been efficiently swift to rescue the stranded flood victims.

The Doctor Says

Calling for a Royal Commission of Inquiry into Covid-19 management

We need to learn from our management of the Covid-19 pandemic in order to be better prepared for the next outbreak.

Over the Top

The ‘gift’ of Christmas

Let’s all partake in the tradition of gift-giving for our own spiritual health and well-being.


Chinese voters make a firm stand

THE big surprise of the Sarawak polls is not that Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) won 76 out of 82 seats.


Ringgit open for downward speculative pressure?

WE know that incompetent, haphazard and obscure top governance over the years has already exposed Malaysia to serious risks on many fronts from the raging Covid-19 pandemic to the complete loss of competitiveness in advancing the Fourth Industrial Revolution to the brain drain. Yet, another danger might be looming on the horizon.

SEARCH Scholar Series

China encourages green financing in Malaysia through BRI

THE prevalence of green financing in Asia has increased substantially over the years, following the region’s pledge to commit to net-zero goals since the launch of the Paris Agreement in 2015.

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