Both the FA of Malaysia and the Malaysian Hockey Confederation are doing a clog dance; an awkward, uninspired mess littered with misplaced statements.
First Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik’s said students will wear black shoes to schools starting next year. Now he says there will be a one year grace period before ruling is enforced. The issue lacks facts, justification and does not look good on the decision makers.
Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq’s suit is fine but together with that tie, it’s simply way too much.
Athletes should be taught how to properly express themselves.
Lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transsexuals do not need any pity because they are like any normal person. They don’t need to be treated any differently or worse, criminalised.
Malaysians should evolve from keyboard warriors to conversation warriors.
It’s time to look at the bigger picture and ask ourselves what we really want at the end of the day.
Shouts of profanities by family members of the accused, threats, being spat at and black magic at the court compound – nothing surprises the writer anymore.
Americans don’t seem to debate or talk about things anymore as protests get the most attention and the media is drawn to the sensationalism of the subject matter rather than the calm voices of reason.
The Malaysia Baru cabinet must insist that morality and ethics are weighed in on all policy decisions and implementations.
It is important for the rakyat to fully understand and appreciate that the number of politicians in power is insignificant compared to Malaysia’s population of 30 million people.
Receiving news regarding the death of a loved one is never easy especially for those based abroad, explains the Perth-based writer following the passing of former colleague, young journalist Halim Said.
Women workers, volunteers at the Fifa World Cup in Russia continue to be harassed by men.