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People are eager to wipe the slate clean and start over. But Contradictheory columnist Dzof Azmi advises some caution: There’s much work to be done.
Meet the fresh faces from the Barisan Nasional line-up who are in the running for Malaysia's 2018 General Election, including four young men from MCA.
Columnist Mangai Balasegaram says social media will play a crucial role in how Malaysians vote in the General Elections on May 9, more so than in GE13 five years ago.
These young leaders believe there is still time to convince Malaysia’s youth to make their votes count, despite their lack of interest in politics.
Are we losing opportunities to have a diverse range of views on sensitive subjects like race because of self-censorship?
Jalan-Jalan @ Kampung Bharu, hosted by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall and Kuala Lumpur Tourism Bureau, is a great walk-through of Malay culture and history.
Nations change over time – and so, perhaps, should laws. But it’s crucial that we don’t manipulate the intent behind the words of the Federal Constitution to fit present-day needs, for it would demean that crucial document.
Strides to advance the woman’s cause were made by Malaysian women who persevered, and sometimes marched when all else failed.
He was there when Malaysia came to be, and when the country went through troubled times. Now, Tun Musa Hitam is hoping his bestselling memoir addresses issues affecting the nation.
Don't the history books tell us this story? Ah, but history is not really about 'just the facts', there is also how you interpret those facts.