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Minimum wage is about dignity

MALAYSIA has the fifth highest number of public holidays in the world. This is all well and good, but in this newspaper business, we lowly columnists are often forced by our harsh editors to submit our pieces well ahead of holidays so that they can go and sit on a beach somewhere.

Come back, Jho Low

The man at the centre of the 1MDB scandal should return to clear his name. But will Penang still be home?

The evolution of capital market ecosystems in a challenging world

WHEN I was young, I used to wander around the old Pudu market. My Cochrane schoolmate’s father was on the municipal council managing it. It was a thriving market that served buyers and sellers of all shapes, sizes and economic ability.

Time to do away with Sedition Act

THE 100th day of the Pakatan Harapan Government is coming up. It is this Friday, if my math does not fail me. The coalition has promised to do 10 things within 100 days of forming the Federal Government and some have been fulfilled, like the abolishment of the Goods and Services Tax and the reintroduction of fuel subsidies.

Tech giants still stumbling in the social world they created

Who knew connecting the world could get so complicated? Perhaps some of technology’s brightest minds should have seen that coming.

Spare us the righteous anger

The change that Malaysians voted for will not last if we don’t push back against the manipulation of racial and religious issues.

Objections built on false grounds

There is nothing in the law that supports the criticism over the appointment of new Chief Justice.

Artificial Intelligence could one day determine which films get made

According to the founder of artificial intelligence outfit ScriptBook, Sony Pictures could have saved a fortune from 2015 to 2017 by using the company’s algorithms instead of human beings to reject or greenlight movies.

Do we have a Cabinet of change?

Malaysians expect the new ministers and deputy ministers to show that there are better ways to govern the country.

We need a credible opposition

It may be too early to come to any conclusions, but I am wondering when we are going to get a proper opposition in Malaysia.