Politicians blinded by their ambitions are not seeing the real numbers, says Purwaiz Alam.
Sometimes we should leave things to be sorted out by the concerned parties instead of adding to their troubles by voicing out on social media. We are not all that innocent too, says Purwaiz Alam.
Purwaiz Alam is not interested in having Jason Momoa’s physique. All he wants is to lose some kilos and burn off that stubborn flab. He says the trick lies in counting calories. He has done well so far but the struggle is far from over.
The people are the third force and we are in a battle for independence from manipulative politicians. Purwaiz Alam says we can win this battle if we look out for each other and remain united.
Since politicians think the standard operating procedures are a joke, Purwaiz Alam joins in to have some fun.
While the Health Ministry says Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali was made to pay RM1,000 for breaching a 14-day quarantine, there are a host of questions that remain unanswered.
The story of 2004 tsunami miracle baby S. Thulaasi has been told repeatedly over the years. Purwaiz Alam experiences a miracle of his own in the form of a lesson in humility from the girl and her family.
We need to keep our eyes and ears open and be on the lookout for our loved ones always. Rest in peace, Sanjiv Daevin.
An infuriating wake-up call for politicians who have forgotten that they work for the people.
The face mask ruling which came into effect today is simple but people are confused by random messages sent via social media.
Twentytwo13’s senior copy editor Purwaiz Alam has stopped watching wrestling. He gives 10 reasons why it reminds him of ugly politics in Malaysia.
Purwaiz Alam does a Movement Control Order (MCO) rewind and takes a dig at those who resorted to panic-buying of toilet paper and bread.
Purwaiz Alam’s memory of events 50 years ago is blurry but one thing he is sure of is that unity was the way forward then and it still is now.