Perhaps cyber-correspondence really is the future of mankind, but it has also created a lonely generation of people, writes 17-year-old Ganapathy Nalachakravarthy.
Former Kuala Lumpur player Serbegeth ‘Shebby’ Singh pays tribute to former coach S. Subramaniam who elevated football in the city and became his beacon in his darkest hours.
Prolonged periods of cheap money and tech giants’ unabated power, has global superpowers working to reverse accelerating inequality, writes economic researcher Azizul Amiludin.
We may have different views about the things that go on in this country. But our love and commitment to this nation will always be the bond that unite us. Selamat Hari Merdeka.
Merdeka is beyond politics and politicians. It is a celebration of those who won us our freedom, of the people, and our cultures.
At 61, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob is not the youngest to be prime minister, but is the first one to be born after Merdeka. Looking at the ages of current protagonists, he resembles the next generation. Lead the way, dear PM9. We have to count on you!
In Young Voices this week, 17-year-old Lakshana Ashwind writes about a teenager who lived in the future and how his time travel experience taught him a valuable lesson.
Implicated for match-fixing over two decades ago, K. Kannan has been slapped with a lifetime ban. He is now appealing to the FA of Singapore to allow him to kick a ball with friends, and Singapore-based Rasvinder Singh believes the ex-Singapore striker deserves a second chance.
In Young Voices this week, 17-year-old Sanjeev Cumar writes about the state of affairs in Malaysia and how politicians can take cue from the united front displayed by the people in battling the Covid-19 pandemic.
Experienced educator Veronica Shepherdson shares her thoughts on how parents can make the internet safer for children.
Unless the Malay mentality undergoes a complete overhaul, whereby the code of honour becomes integral in the conduct of governance, social and economic engagements and inter-racial relationships, the future of this nation looks bleak, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
We should never make the convenient and lazy assumption that a mere change in leadership would result in a push-back against the moral decay at the top of government, writes Muhammad Yunus Zakariah.
What has been happening to our beloved Malaysia is like a badly written comedic script. So, the audience tears in grief, instead, writes Datuk Lee Yew Meng.