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‘Frankly Speaking’ strikes a statesmanlike posture – of a man given to public service and averse to selfish gain.
Datuk Boon Weng Siew, once a respected industry campaigner and spokesman for the plantation industry.
Dzof Azmi points out that politics is racial because policies are race-based. That may have made sense when it was about citizenship for non-Malays, but does it have to be the case now?
The Malaysia That Could Be by Kalimullah Hassan discusses the Abdullah Badawi years and what could have been.
The assumption that people are dangerous because they disagree with you is the root of humanity’s failings.
Wanita Umno's Kawan programme aims to unite a multiracial country through language learning.
Being an independent democratic country, we hold its future in our hands.
In Star2’s third instalment on iconic figures in Malaysian history, we remember Tun V.T. Sambanthan who played an integral part in forging racial unity.
Tun Sir Tan Cheng Lock: 'They should learn to regard themselves as Malayans first irrespective of their race'
In Star2's second instalment on iconic figures in Malaysian history, we look at Tun Sir Tan Cheng Lock who stood for moderation, equality and justice.