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Resisting male-volence in Malaysian politics
Sexist and derogatory remarks take away seriousness of issues brought up in Dewan Rakyat.
When decorum flies out parliamentary window
Lawmakers should learn from young organisers of Parlimen Digital where no one resorted to racist or sexist remarks.
Investigating the Investigative journalism of Al Jazeera
It is regrettable the government has deprived a worldwide audience of its side of the tale by its refusal to speak to the news channel.
Hurling criticisms as democratic practice
Malaysian politicians appear unwilling to weather public disdain, regardless of performance as public servants.
Educating Orang Asli and other Malaysians
Indigenous people should be treated with dignity, and learnig about their culture will foster that.
Why vigilance vital during RMCO
Although many public activities are allowed, the public must continue to take precautions.
Malaysia’s academia changing with the times?
So-called ivory tower has vital role to play in educating the people on current state of politics.
Why #BlackLivesMatter here
Diversity and differences are also considered irritants in some areas of life in Malaysia, which we need to address squarely.
When nationality intrudes in prayers
Discriminatory measures alienate migrant workers and violate the spirit of Muslim brotherhood.
Hospital cleaners’ lives matter too
Essential workers face low wages, long hours and lack of personal protective equipment.
Challenge for former Miss Universe Malaysia
George Floyd victim of many decades of racism, discrimination in African-American lives.
Danger of politicians helming govt agencies
Immoral to make ordinary folk, especially younger generation, foot the bill.
An odd day in Parliament
Perikatan Nasional fears scrutiny with one day sitting with critics questioning constitutional legality.
Don’t rakyat count in political numbers game?
Long road ahead to realise anti-hopping law, but start must be made.
Covid-19 not an excuse to restrict media coverage of Parliament
Social distancing measures should not bar journalists from covering first sitting of the year.
’Sheraton Move’ turns anniversary of triumph into one of dashed hopes
Bloodless coup leaves Malaysians less than sanguine about their future.
All that glitters in pawnshops is not gold
Grim reminder of economic hardship facing many Malaysians.
Reality of reopening the economy after the MCO
Authorities need to hammer out the details together or more businesses will close, resulting in more unemployment.
The arts for new normal Malaysia
Artists, artistes can’t survive Covid-19 scenario without govt help.
Starting life anew amid Covid-19
Relaxed movement guidelines offer chance for Malaysians to start rebuilding lives, despite ongoing virus risk.
Charity given wicked twist in Malaysia
Ustaz Ebit Lew among those vilified for extending helping hand to needy while country battles Covid-19.
Living with xenophobia and Covid-19
As the pandemic drags on, humanitarian values of some Malaysians are put to the test.
When's a good time to lift the MCO?
Quest to flatten curve shows gains, but also inflicts pain in other sectors, with more losing jobs or earning less pay.
A thought about Noor Hisham’s birthday wish
Social distancing is a luxury not afforded by some of the less fortunate.