My Sinchew/ Opinion

Being a developed nation

If we are a nation of happy and satisfied citizens, do we still need to become an economic power in the first place?

Civil servants and human rights are inseparable

Why is it important for the civil servants to understand the human rights?

Alarming trend

While more and more Indian students are taking Tamil, Chinese students are shunning their mother tongue.

The more the merrier

It is not a question of who's right or wrong but rather a matter of individual's choices.

The divisive factor

Mahathir's attitude is unambiguous: a complete break with PAS, one that is apparently different from Anwar's.

Towards world class universities

The rankings only serve as an indicator; our universities must be able to provide quality education to the students and groom large numbers of high-caliber talents that form a basis for the country's continued growth in future.

Rohingyas the jihadists?

The Rohingyas are being projected as terrorists out to kill Myanmar soldiers and civilians. At least Aung San Suu Kyi has spoken along these lines.

Wanted: A powerful political will

Merely chanting a loud slogan unaugmented by any real effort will not deliver the "change".

Malaysia deserves much more than this

Whenever this country is involved in something not so good, many would tend to incriminate Malaysia first without trying to find out what has actually happened.

Civil and political rights on the sidelines

Corruption is not just a crime and an embarrassment, it actually affects our development as money that goes into the pockets of the corrupt will not be used for health, education and other developmental goals.


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