Chan Kok Leong

Chan is a journalist with The Malaysian Insight. You can follow him on Twitter.

E-mail: [email protected]


5 days ago

No pacts before polls, says Zahid

However, Umno chief leaves the door open to Pakatan, Perikatan.

No pacts before polls, says Zahid

6 days ago

To beat Covid, sacrifices must be made this Raya, says Dr Mahathir

Former PM counsels against going to the mosque and bazaars this Ramadan.

To beat Covid, sacrifices must be made this Raya, says Dr Mahathir

6 days ago

Ku Li says Umno president need not be PM

President’s jobs are party struggle, ideology, while PM’s job is leading nation, says veteran lawmaker.

Ku Li says Umno president need not be PM

6 days ago

Umno will have to bear Perikatan’s sins if it stays in govt, says Ku Li

Party will have to bear the responsibility for jobs loss due to emergency imposed by PN.

Umno will have to bear Perikatan’s sins if it stays in govt, says Ku Li

1 week ago

Tackle misogyny through education, cultural reform, say activists 

Society also needs to push back, speak out against moral policing by authorities and public, they say.

Tackle misogyny through education, cultural reform, say activists 


1 week ago

Rural Malays prefer Perikatan, says Merdeka Centre

Despite choice of coalition, study finds support for Bersatu lacking.

Rural Malays prefer Perikatan, says Merdeka Centre

1 week ago

Malay support for Pakatan in Selangor at all-time low, survey shows

The Merdeka Centre for Opinion Research study showed that only 27% of the Malays surveyed were in favour of the coalition.

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Malay support for Pakatan in Selangor at all-time low, survey shows

1 week ago

See you in court, Dr Mahathir tells ex-IGP Khalid

95-year-old says he has received letter of demand from former top cop.

See you in court, Dr Mahathir tells ex-IGP Khalid

2 weeks ago

Fahmi Reza in trouble with the law, again

Artist says police want to see him for ‘Universiti Katak Malaysia’ image, caricature resembling Adham Baba.

Fahmi Reza in trouble with the law, again

2 weeks ago

Merdeka Centre hits back at polling critics

Research firm says less than 5% of Malaysians use Twitter, so online surveys not representative of nation.

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Merdeka Centre hits back at polling critics

2 weeks ago

Putrajaya should not hide behind pandemic

Questions on use of RM19.5 billion of taxpayers’ money need to be answered.

Putrajaya should not hide behind pandemic

2 weeks ago

Pollsters must probe respondents deeper for better results, say analysts

Accuracy is vital when the sample group is not sufficiently large, says UM's Awang Azman.

Pollsters must probe respondents deeper for better results, say analysts

3 weeks ago

Emergency done little to curb Covid infections, say politicians

Movement restrictions, social distancing, wearing masks still most effective in pandemic fight.

Emergency done little to curb Covid infections, say politicians

3 weeks ago

Queen reactivates Instagram account

Social media users greeted with cryptic message posted this morning.

Queen reactivates Instagram account

3 weeks ago

State of emergency causing crisis of confidence, say economists

Experts say evidence shows investors shun nations with no legislative checks and balances.

State of emergency causing crisis of confidence, say economists