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Live and let live M’sians have emerged stronger from tragedies

JUST a few days ago, I had posted on my Facebook page (www.facebook.com/nikicheong.my) reflecting on how it has been a tough year for Malaysia. It was in writing that post that I decided I would change the topic I had originally intended for this final column for 2014.

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Pull your socks up, DBKL!

I WAS driving to a friend’s Christmas party a few days ago when I started worrying about the fate of the gassy drinks I had with me.

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Everyone can play a part

There are various ways to make a difference no matter how small the ideas are.

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Empower the young

IT WAS about 14 years ago but I remember the phone call vividly.

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Be a good netizen

BANGSAR BOY - By NIKI CHEONG
We have to be responsible for our actions on the Internet.

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Supporting the cause will not only benefit women but men as well

TWO weeks ago, Emma Watson – most known to the world, in her own words, as that “Harry Potter girl” – delivered a speech at the United Nations to launch UN Women’s new #HeForShe campaign.

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Fight polarisation and drown out negative vibes through positive actions

LAST Wednesday was Malaysia Day, which means we have probably seen the last of new campaigns, projects and advertisements related to issues of patriotism and national unity for a while.

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One Malaysian morning

Listeners tuning in to Star Radio Group stations were pleasantly surprised to hear the breakfast crew from all four stations jointly hosting a special morning segment in conjunction with Malaysia Day.

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Columnists to speak with radio listeners on Malaysia Day

KUALA LUMPUR: Three columnists from The Star will share their thoughts on moderation with radio listeners this Malaysia Day.

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For moderation to thrive, focus on commonalities, says Wong

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians should focus on the commonalities among them and not differences if they wish to thrive for moderation, said Star Publications (M) Bhd group managing director and CEO Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai.