Esther Sinirisan Chong

Esther Sinirisan Chong is a member of Agora Society. She was born and raised in the Land Below the Wind. Her research interest lies in education and government policies, and the history and heritage of East Malaysia.


1 month ago

Is having a Sabahan PM a good idea?

Is having a Sabahan PM a good idea?

2 months ago

Amid virus battle, don’t forget fight for environment

Amid virus battle, don’t forget fight for environment

1 year ago

Why are Sabahans so tolerant?

The state's unique social history makes for its special unity.

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Why are Sabahans so tolerant?

1 year ago

Exposing the ugly truth behind corruption

Exposing the ugly truth behind corruption

1 year ago

What do you know about Sabah, Sarawak?

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What do you know about Sabah, Sarawak?


2 years ago

Ensuring good food hygiene a collective responsibility

Ensuring good food hygiene a collective responsibility

2 years ago

Identifying as a Sino-native in Malaysia

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2 years ago

Weighing up the healthy diet in Malaysia

2 years ago

How food-secure is Malaysia?

2 years ago

Evaluating history from a critical viewpoint

2 years ago

What is wrong with Orang Asli education?

3 years ago

Do you know where to send your old electronic devices?

3 years ago

Can changing your diet affect global warming?

3 years ago

Facing up to food waste

3 years ago

Riverbank farming:  An unutilised resource in the quest for food security