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Malaysia’s role in supporting women in peacebuilding in Southern Thailand and Southern Philippines
A new UN report has found at least 90% of women in the world hold some sort of bias against females too. In Malaysia, women's rights advocates say the new government needs to push ahead with the planned reforms to advance gender equality in the country.
When a nonagenarian made headlines by becoming a returning prime minister, it seemed like we had seen it all in the political sphere... until the last couple of weeks.
JOSEPH Wong has been teaching juvenile delinquents in Selangor for the past five years: first at Sekolah Integriti Kajang and then after it moved to the Puncak Alam correctional centre in Shah Alam in 2018.
“A SIMPLE yellow ribbon’s what I need to set me free, ” sang Tony Orlando and Dawn, way back in 1973.
‘Politics will not change. But society can as long as we collectively realise that politics is just a profession and the ones who dominate it are those who work the system the best.’
The Cabinet line-up may be known tomorrow and its composition will be a test of how serious the PM is about bringing in competent persons with integrity.
PETALING JAYA: The Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) is adopting a “friendly approach” when it comes to taxing income earned by “influencers”, who typically make a living by endorsing products or services on social media.
BEIJING,: Chinese authorities on Saturday (March 7) released a list of 20 outstanding female medical workers as heroines for their role in the country's fight against the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak ahead of International Women's Day.
BEIJING: China's Ministry of Justice and National Immigration Administration (NIA) have held a symposium in Beijing to solicit public opinions on the draft rules on granting permanent residence to foreigners.