Recent flag fiasco at a basketball event reveals the ignorant side of Malaysians as the country’s symbol must never be compromised.
While the weekend’s result in Tanjung Piai is unlikely to be the straw that broke the camel’s back, it is no doubt the strongest indicator yet of changing perceptions in respect of the balance of political power in Malaysia.
Veteran sports administrator Datuk Sieh Kok Chi believes the inclusion of several sports and disciplines and exclusion of others will help host Philippines be overall champions while Malaysia will be happy with fourth placing.
Do you have a creative project that has been looming in your psyche that you want to bring to life? Make some time for it, you’ll feel great once it’s realised.
There is a dire need to allocate more funds to protect the environment so that Malaysian youths will live in better surroundings.
While Sarawak’s emphasis on using English in school is applaudable, students should be taught properly instead of the “gasak ajak” (just go for it) approach.
The school closure affecting over a million students sees parents scrambling to find a place to keep their children occupied while at work as it is high time businesses allowed parents to work from home.
Let this Malaysia Day be a reminder for us to see how fortunate we are to call ourselves Malaysians despite our different backgrounds.
Amazon has made purchases so easy but it can cause you to run out of patience, writes our Washington-based columnist.
Digi Telecommunications’ Footbraille is the first of its kind solution to help the visually impaired experience the full euphoria of a football match.
Don’t believe everything that you read about race relations and Islam in the US, writes our Washington-based columnist.
” … it is our duty to cast away all racial differences and work together in unity … ” – Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj