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As the dust settles on the 29th South East Asian (SEA) Games, many Malaysians are still in awe of our impressive medal haul.
Want things to improve? You’re going to have to roll up your sleeves and go the distance, even when it’s no longer trendy to do so.
Rude and offensive comments may hurt one's feelings, but they should not attract State intervention.
Malaysia's Higher Education sector has had a challenging start to 2016 - but there are still positives.
It is easy, in times of fear, to let prejudice take over. Yet, we must constantly strive to triumph over violence.
Mother Teresa once said: “Love begins by taking care of the closest ones- the ones at home.” I absolutely agree with this philosophy.
Laws are not the answer to everything. We cannot force people to not say insensitive things about a dead person. Harmony and unity cannot be legislated; they must come naturally.
“May I take your orders?” the young waitress asks for the second time. I let my eyes superficially dart around the menu yet again, apologize and ask to give us another five minutes.
Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes. How do you measure - measure a year?