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IT’S been more than two years since Pastor Raymond Koh was abducted.
YOU’VE got to hand it to the British because they are really the masters at the game. Anyone who has studied basic Malayan history would know that officials during colonial times merely identified themselves as advisers.
PUTRAJAYA: Prominent journalist Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai has been conferred with an honorary doctorate in leadership from Limkokwing University of Creative Technology in recognition of his significant contributions of over three decades to the country’s media.
Loosening wheels and appearing cracks are endemic of a Government swiftly put together, but these wrongs may be righted soon – at the expense of some.
The West’s latest accusations against China’s human rights record simply reek of hypocrisy.
Every year, from late May to mid-June, Sydney turns itself into a magical wonderland from 7pm, with “the sails of the world-famous Sydney Opera House bathed in technicolour lights, rising like a beacon in the night sky from its spot at the head of the Sydney Harbour
Comment by Wong Chun Wai THE characters in the latest, widely circulated sex video could have been irrelevant.
THE controversy surrounding the appointment of Latheefa Koya as the new Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner isn’t going away soon and can only lead to waves of discontent and suspicion.
HE has been called all kinds of names. You either love him or loathe him, there are no two ways about it. His admirers think he is a genius while his nemeses say he is an opportunist, but a modern, more neutral word to describe him would be unconventional.
A SIMPLE story can sometimes be heart-warming and uplifting, especially when it ends happily. More so when it’s real and not a fictional video, such as those created by advertising agencies for the festive season.