Angie Tan

Angie Tan is a journalist with The Malaysian Insight.

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1 week ago

Experts urge sex education training for teachers

They say this will ensure that they have the right mindset and vocabulary to hold classes on the subject.

Experts urge sex education training for teachers

1 week ago

Parents reluctant to send kids to tuition as school clusters rise

Records show nearly 100 clusters in education sector since schools reopened in February.

Parents reluctant to send kids to tuition as school clusters rise

2 weeks ago

Group works to correct inaccuracies in history textbooks

National Education Reform Committee to send report on its findings to Education Ministry.

Group works to correct inaccuracies in history textbooks

3 weeks ago

Poor response to Selangor’s free coronavirus test offer

State reps say this could be due to lack of employer's encouragement to get screened.

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Poor response to Selangor’s free coronavirus test offer

1 month ago

DAP’s ‘Chinese’ identity not likely to cost it votes, say analysts

More important that internal disputes are managed so voter support is not affected.

DAP’s ‘Chinese’ identity not likely to cost it votes, say analysts


1 month ago

Young Malaysians most vulnerable to Covid-19, data shows

Return to workplace, likelihood to mingle result in increased exposure to deadly virus, regardless of susceptibility.

Young Malaysians most vulnerable to Covid-19, data shows

1 month ago

Parents’ groups urge schools to comply with SOP

Increase in Covid-19 clusters in schools, education, puts pressure on educators to ensure safety.

Parents’ groups urge schools to comply with SOP

1 month ago

Bring vaccination programme to workplaces, urge employers

Associations say this is a logical move because factories and construction sites comprise the highest number of Covid-19 clusters.

Bring vaccination programme to workplaces, urge employers

1 month ago

CMCO extension, travel bans hurt less with businesses reopening

However, impact on travel and tourism sector hard to take, say economists.

CMCO extension, travel bans hurt less with businesses reopening

1 month ago

Malaysians stuck in Singapore plead for reduced quarantine fees, time

Singapore's 14-day isolation is too long and expensive, they say.

Malaysians stuck in Singapore plead for reduced quarantine fees, time

1 month ago

Scammers prey on small, struggling businesses

Particularly successful con jobs promise delivery of non-existent loans, personal protective equipment. 

Scammers prey on small, struggling businesses

1 month ago

Under-40 group distrust Covid jabs, say DAP reps

They fear potential side effects, becoming ‘lab rats’.

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Under-40 group distrust Covid jabs, say DAP reps

1 month ago

Debate over school reopening rages on in Selangor

Some are worried of pupils contracting Covid-19 while others say it is safe with strict SOP adherence.

Debate over school reopening rages on in Selangor

2 months ago

Malaysians in Singapore long for home

A year on, migrant workers who expected the MCO to last only a few weeks are still stuck in the republic.

Malaysians in Singapore long for home

2 months ago

Licensing will allow TCM to weed out fraudsters

Groups welcome Health Ministry’s move to register practitioners to protect consumers.  

Licensing will allow TCM to weed out fraudsters