The honeymoon period for the new Pakatan Harapan government is over. There is an erosion of integrity within the government as it seems to be going back to the old, dark ways.
Simple gestures like please or thank you seem to be alien in today’s world. But for Kuching-based Jacqueline Chang and Lewis Fong, their act of giving has touched many – all in the name of gratitude.
Those who complain about Malaysia’s transit system should take the Metro in Washington DC, writes our Washington-based columnist Jennifer Lee.
Startled Malaysians have run out of stinging words over Michelle Yeoh’s involvement in the 1MDB movie.
Local councils should adopt parking systems that are friendly to locals and visitors.
Cool heads must prevail as football experts should be allowed to chart future of 20,000 young National Football Development Programme talents.
Having a good time is more important than registering a good time, says Twentytwo13 senior copy editor Purwaiz Alam.
As we pray for national badminton player Datuk Lee Chong Wei to recover, let’s not forget to celebrate life and enjoy precious moments with our loved ones.
Malaysians can learn a lot from their Sabahan and Sarawakian friends.
Regardless agenda of two-day workshop on Podium Programme which starts today, decision makers should stop thinking about leaving legacies through million-ringgit programmes but start thinking of what’s best for Malaysian sports.
Former Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) honorary secretary Datuk Sieh Kok Chi reveals series of work that won Kuala Lumpur the right to host the 1998 Commonwealth Games.
Drug abuse is a huge problem in American cities and is an eye-opener for the first-time visitor.