You have searched for "Philip Golingai"
Showing 1-10 of 1000
Sabahans and Sarawakians are still waiting for the promise of receiving higher returns for their states’ oil to be fulfilled.
Sabah and Jolo are separated by the Sulu Sea and yet their fates are entwined.
The state of mind of the Malays is crucial if any change in Malaysia is to be sustainable.
Life has a habit of not going according to plan but sometimes these hiccups hold some pleasant surprises.
WHEN I was a teenager, I assumed that Sabah’s neighbour, Kalimantan, was a dark, empty swath of jungle. For me, the Indonesian part of Borneo Island – the third largest island in the world and largest in Asia – was a heart of darkness among its neighbours Malaysia (Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan) and Brunei.
LAST week, my 11-year-old daughter Apsara asked me what Merdeka was. She was preparing for a Merdeka-themed drawing competition at her school.
The leaders should accept the fact that Malaysia’s MA63 is a loosely structured federalism, says don.
Opportunity has come knocking for Sabahans working in the Klang Valley to show their entrepreneurial side.
Once again, current events are being framed through racial and religious lenses.
TWO Malaysians were involved in a fender bender on a highway in Selangor. It ended up with one of them getting killed.