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As the election draws closer, it appears that we are inching further away from the moderate path in our behaviour and expressions.
An unconventional career has led an unconventional man to pursue an unconventional degree.
The year 2016 has been one of contrasts, but it has also been a year of learning and lessons.
I was speaking to some friends at the Ministry of Higher Education a few days ago and was pleasantly surprised to find out various interesting things about Malaysia’s research & development (R&D) landscape – many we can be proud of and probably didn’t know about. Inspired, I’ve up come with this list.
Opting out of immunisation programmes can have far-reaching, damaging consequences for an entire community.
Basic rules of employment will tell you that the one time you should probably show up for “work” is when you’re on the verge of being fired.
Racism is an issue that has been hotly debated in the footballing world. In Malaysia, racism affects foreign players and even locals but to some, it’s just a petty issue.
The Malaysian League kicks off Saturday and all eyes will surely be on the Super League, as the top teams begin their campaigns for the coveted title and a place in the AFC Champions League 2016.
The spectre of May 13, 1969, has long haunted us. More than four decades have passed since then, yet we are constantly told not to challenge the status quo, rock the boat, and question and ask for certain things.
Reigning champions Pahang will want to retain the title but can JDT bag the Malaysia Cup after last winning it in 1991? The Gaffer pens his thoughts on this year’s Malaysia Cup final!