The recent demise of Malaysian celebrity Ashraf Sinclair serves as a reminder of how fragile life is and to not take those around us for granted.
Singaporean blogger and influencer Xiaxue’s rather highly discriminatory views about ‘morbidly obese people’ shows how certain individuals take pride in rudeness and deliberately seek to offend others without considering what the word ‘responsible’ really means.
A recent trip back to Malaysia was an eye-opener for Jennifer Lee as Malaysians were using e-wallets and tapping their Wave credit cards while Americans still prefer chip credit cards and signing receipts.
Food should unite, not divide, us as there are more similarities in many dishes then you realise.
The spread of the novel coronavirus has bred another virus… fake news which is going viral faster than the virus itself with the Internet phenomenon.
Most teachers in Malaysia see a troubled student and hackles go up before any sort of empathy is expressed. They are regularly sent for courses, so what’s one more on mental health sensitivity and training?
Former basketball star Kobe Bryant was an athlete who deserves praise but we must not whitewash his or other celebrities’ past mistakes.
Jakarta-based Danny Tay says the emergence of e-hailing service in Malaysia is merely an alternative as the taxi service shows no improvement unlike their peers in the region.
Balveen Hullon, a 25-year-old fourth generation Indian-Malaysian, says society’s stereotype of ethnicity in Malaysia can be a traumatic and challenging experience.
Why is the Local Government and Housing Ministry allocating RM1 million to councils to set up designated smoking areas? It should focus on making housing affordable for all.
Decision to educate teachers on ways to tackle adolescents with mental health issues receives backing of experienced educator Veronica Shepherdson.
Mother of two Rita Jong says while she does not agree with all of former education minister Maszlee Malik’s decisions, she admits some changes made by the ex-minister were timely.