Speak up if someone makes you feel uncomfortable with unwarranted advances because your silence only enables such behaviour and emboldens the perpetrator.
What was supposed to be a heated exchange of words over tasteless nasi goreng in Sydney turned out to be a humbling experience for the writer.
The Indonesian government has spent US$3.2 billion on infrastructure, logistics and advertising for the Asian Games but the poor choice of temporary solutions is evident around Jakarta.
Authorities and stakeholders need to ensure KL-ites enjoy work-life balance, green spaces, and reduce number of fast food outlets in bid to push nation’s capital up World Healthiest Cities ranking.
Airline crew members should have option to wear what they deem reasonably appropriate and consistent with their religion so long as it does not interfere with their duties.
Munira Mohd Yusoff is right up there when it comes to challenging labels in our society. The hijab-donning 42-year-old loves pole dancing which she says has made her physically and mentally stronger.
If you think it is trivial to talk about the weather in the US, you will not believe what a conversation starter it is.
Legislation needed to improve safety of children under care of child minders.
Legal, ethical and moral issues abound despite Najib Razak’s claim that seized jewellery, cash and other items were just donations and gifts. In the meantime, an unexpected gem has surfaced in Parliament in the form of deputy speaker Nga Kor Ming.
Both the FA of Malaysia and the Malaysian Hockey Confederation are doing a clog dance; an awkward, uninspired mess littered with misplaced statements.
First Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik’s said students will wear black shoes to schools starting next year. Now he says there will be a one year grace period before ruling is enforced. The issue lacks facts, justification and does not look good on the decision makers.
Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq’s suit is fine but together with that tie, it’s simply way too much.