Former Maritime Institute of Malaysia director-general Dr Pola Singh shares his vaccination experience and says every Malaysian must play a part in reaching herd immunity.
Avid hiker and environmentalist Pola Singh cannot imagine a situation where the doors of Bukit Kiara are kept shut, as in during previous MCOs, and health enthusiasts like him are deprived of the beauty of nature and open spaces.
A couple of woodpeckers started a family in Bukit Kiara and the process was captured by bird enthusiasts and enjoyed by those who frequent the area. With such beauty and exquisiteness around, shouldn’t the authorities let Bukit Kiara remain as it is?
It is only right Lee Zii Jia basks in his glory of becoming All-England champion but it would be good for him to keep grounded and not be intoxicated by his overnight fame.
Trees planted in the Greening Malaysia initiative to address climate change should be properly cared for and not suffer a similar fate as predecessor project.
While most Malaysians stand one to two metres from the next person, not all take the trouble to comply with the physical distancing rule.
Hiking, walking and cycling enthusiasts can hardly wait for the tarmac and jungle trails of Bukit Kiara to open but authorities have remained silent.
The Covid-19 pandemic and Movement Control Order are changing the way we carry out the simple task of buying fresh produce from the market.
When humans feed animals on a regular basis, we unknowingly alter their behaviour and they become too dependent on us for survival.
To prevent conflict of interest, immediate action should be taken to detach Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan from the Federal Territories Ministry and enable it to operate independently just like any private company.
Perhilitan must be credited for helping monkey in Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur that endured pain for months after a tin can with sharp edges was tied to its neck.
Plans by government to gazette green lung should be made in consultation with stakeholders.