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Making Progress

Time to regulate social media?

Social media has been both a boon and a bane. On one hand, it has democratised information, connected billions of people, allowed people to create awareness on current issues, allowed government and agencies to reach out to the people and even made education more accessible.

Reading Revolution

Franzen and digital technology

Not all authors are ecstatic about the seismic digital changes which has swept the publishing world.

The Flipside

Resilience is our greatest weapon

Britian’s display of strength over fear in response to terror attacks in recent months is something Malaysians can learn from, too.

Putting Dr G On The Spot

Botched circumcisions

Circumcision is one of the commonest operations in medicine and is usually safe. However, serious complications can occur when the intervention is performed in unregulated practice environments.

A Humble Submission

Blocking someone on social media

It is fallacious to argue that blocking someone on social media constitutes a denial of a person’s freedom of speech and expression.

Im Ok Man

Getting fit for Malaysia

Let's put aside our differences and get fit together.

Made In Malaysia

Ringgit and sense

Depending on how you like your breaking news delivered, eyes will be squarely fixed on online portals, television screens and live-streaming social media from 4pm onwards today.

A Humble Submission

Striking the balance on social media

The challenge when it comes to social media can be distilled as such - the need to balance freedom of speech and expression with limits to those freedoms. Where do we draw the line in the sand when it comes to freedom of speech and expression?

Making Progress

The importance of history over his-story

It is fundamental to fully appreciate how Malaysia was founded for a meaningful study of history to take place.

Making Progress

Moderation is cool

The recently concluded German elections sent shockwaves through Europe and the world. The Alternative for Germany (AfD) with a far right ideology, emerged as the third largest party in the Bundestag.