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.
Veteran town planner Datuk P. Gunasilan takes Department of Director General of Land and Mines and Kuala Lumpur City Hall to task for procedural impropriety over land in Bangsar meant to be open space for the people.
A warm smile melts the heart but a cold shoulder makes fridge-hunting a turn-off.
Event management firms, bogged by delayed payments and other terms set by clients, may join forces to make their voices heard to educate masses that the industry should not be taken for granted.
As a 62-year-old nation of 32 million people, there are still many who find it difficult to speak the national language. What went wrong and who do we blame for this dilemma?
We post stuff on social media about corruption among our politicians and government officers but what do we do besides that to have a positive impact in fighting the menace?
Christmas is the spirit of giving (and not just getting). It is also the joy of seeing happiness in others. Columnist Rita Jong hopes her two young boys will grow up to remember the true spirit of giving as well as have empathy and compassion for those in need.
The leaders of all five major political parties in Finland today are female, but their gender alone is by no means a determining force in their capabilities and skill as politicians.
Journalist Rita Jong, who covered the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder trial in 2007, writes there have been many unanswered questions on the case since Day One, including claims of Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s alleged involvement, motive of killing and why a key witness was never called to testify.