The cordial meeting between Tunku Ismail Ibrahim and Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican came as a “win” for government officials following the Crown Prince of Johor’s cold treatment of Reezal’s predecessors.
Social stigma and anxiety are the biggest contributing factors to the serious lack of female participation in football – something the taxpayers’ funded National Football Development Programme (NFDP) can help address.
Purwaiz Alam laments the return of errant road users after more than three months. He likens them to the law-breaking Covidiots during the Movement Control Order.
Covid-19 pandemic is a reminder that we must continuously adapt to the changing conditions in our education system.
Purwaiz Alam thinks he has become “rude” and anti-social as he finds it difficult to return to his pre-MCO lifestyle.
Millions of taxpayers’ ringgit were channeled into the National Football Development Programme (NFDP) which focused entirely on technical development and did little for talent placements.
As the Movement Control Order hits 100 days, the people face a new struggle – getting back on their feet. Purwaiz Alam applauds Malaysians for what the country has achieved so far in fighting the Covid-19 scourge.
Father of two Purwaiz Alam says we should appreciate each other every day, not just on special occasions like Fathers Day.
Don’t wait to get ready for when school reopens, says Global Oak Tree Scholars (GOTS) co-founder Veronica Shepherdson.
Described as a political stunt to validate certain agendas, it is hoped footballer Luqman Hakim Shamsuddin’s fairytale journey to Europe will see a happily ever after ending.
Criticism sets precedence for defining morals, but parties must also maintain self-awareness lest they relieve themselves of their own social responsibility in fighting discriminatory attitudes, says Amirah Nisha.
Noble as it may seem, acts of prematurely gifting youngsters who work hard towards achieving their goals will only spoil them as it is better to encourage and teach them that living the dream is not impossible, writes Perth-based Ghaz Ramli.
The lives of our children have changed completely since the Covid-19 pandemic started. Aidan, 11, tells how it has been for him and how it has changed his outlook on life somewhat.