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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.

Individual responsibility must count

Malaysians have a penchant for blaming everyone but themselves for everything that goes wrong, and one of the constant targets is the government.

Why it’s vital to pay back student loans

Besides pushing graduates to repay their debts, PTPTN also encourages parents to save for their children’s education.

Containing Populism: Stability in a time of upheaval

I have written extensively about the rise of far left and far right movements in the United States (USA) and Europe and their impact on politics in their regions and beyond.

Subsidies - Fact or fiction

Save for the usual antics of the opposition parties, the budget was balanced and appropriate given the prevailing economic situation and challenges faced by policy makers due to the drop in the price of crude oil and commodities.

Practical solution to housing problem

Many Malaysians want to buy homes but are unable to obtain loans, or the loans offered are significantly lower than the price of the home.

Giving Paralympian medal winners their due

The Government has promised that disabled athletes will be rewarded on a similar scale as their able-bodied counterparts. Will our medal winners at the Rio Paralympics get their due?

Let's be fair to all Malaysian heroes.

"Are we giving all our national heroes the respect they deserve? Some still aren't getting their due."