Life’s journey is just like life out in the sea. It can be interesting, unpredictable, not projectable and incalculable. While there are ups and downs, we should just take a breather and be thankful for what we have.
Following a recent conversation with her son, our Kuching-based columnist says it is high time to introduce sex education in schools as children must also be taught about self-worth and mutual respect.
Whilst reunion dinners are nothing but pandemonium and always a hotbed for great food, the main draw of such annual events is usually the company where you get to see long lost family members whom you would normally connect only via social media.
Volunteerism can be tiring and demanding at times, but at the end of the day, it makes you feel better for being able to help those in need.
Children deserve to spend time outdoors or participate in creative play with the most basic things like rocks or even cardboard boxes.
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.
Malaysians can learn a lot from their Sabahan and Sarawakian friends.
Sarawak Catholic community continues to mourn passing of much loved Rev Father James Meehan who was one of remaining two Mill Hill priests in Kuching.
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.
Shouts of profanities by family members of the accused, threats, being spat at and black magic at the court compound – nothing surprises the writer anymore.