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A Humble Submission

Lowering the voting age to 18

It's time for the Government to take steps to amend Article 119(1) of the Federal Constitution to lower the voting age.

The Flipside

Fearing a more divided Malaysia post-GE14

As the election draws closer, it appears that we are inching further away from the moderate path in our behaviour and expressions.

A Humble Submission

Knowing your rights under the Constitution

Do you know your basic rights as a citizen of Malaysia?

Real Life

Is there a way to tame the “terrible twos”?

The "terrible twos" are a stage where toddlers struggle between their natural tendencies to cling to their parents and to demand for independence.

A Humble Submission

Reviewing film censorship in Malaysia

A painting, a song, a dance and a novel – these are all forms of expression. So too, is a film as art and literature are all forms of expressions.

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.

A Humble Submission

There is place for satire in society

The argument that any artistic or literary work must not cause offence or hurt the feelings of others misses the whole point of satire. Satirical works that do not offend are not satire.

Making Progress

Brexit and the global liberal order

Those who support Brexit have been cheering this moment and billed it a return of "sovereignty". However, many forget the good the EU has done.

A Humble Submission

Allow discussions on RU355 amendment

No citizen should ever be excluded or prevented from taking a stand about a piece of legislation, writes Syahredzan Johan

A Humble Submission

Time to enact the Freedom of Information Act

ON Jan 17 of this year, the United States Central Intelligence Agency released about 12 million pages of declassified documents from its archive.