My Sinchew/ GE14

The Chinese dilemma

We must reconsider how we can shed the dilemma that has haunted us for decades soon after we celebrate the Chinese New Year.

Of pigs and dogs

Such presumptions of the offensiveness of dog and pig images have been established wholly on the opponents' personal beliefs that in no way represent the official stand of government bodies or any organization.

Oversea voters must mail back ballot papers themselves

Oversea voters must mail back the ballot papers themselves in order to reach the various vote collection points in Malaysia before 5.00 p.m. MYT on the polling day.

So, Ini kalilah?

Ini Kalilah! provided a quick fix for them to steal the power at a time social conditions were not ripe for such a change and the opposition parties themselves were not quite prepared.

Last-minute election?

We have no idea whether the deferment is due to lack of confidence or that the PM has some other plans in his head.

Poor showing

Summing up BN's performance over the past five years, it has done reasonably well in infrastructure development but has made practically zero progress in policy adjustments, putting the overall grade at an "F".

Never too late to register

You need to vote to protect and enhance your own future as well as the future of our country and people.


It should not be an emotionally charged battle between two men, but a need to clarify some doubtful points over an issue pertinent to public interests.

The price of spoilt votes

It may be too late crying over spilled milk if we give up our constitutional right to vote.

Right versus obligation

Casting a spoilt vote is a way of expressing one's frustration with the existing parties, forcing them to change, which is actually a show of positive attitude.


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