Malays are, though indirectly and inadvertently, dictating the kind of environment in which the rest of society should be living in.
I have recently started writing a column for The Edge’s pullout Options. It’s their Talking Edge page where I answer all kinds of questions submitted by all kinds of people!
If you are born in a higher social class, the chances that you will stay there or move up is higher. If you are born in a lower social class, then chances are you will be stuck there.
The country has returned to pre-1998 when Mahathir was the prime minister and Anwar was his deputy.
The Asrama Anthology is to be a book filled with non-fiction stories that are related to boarding school. And I’ll be curating and editing it for Matahari Books.
I received a notification on my phone. Someone had just followed me on Twitter. I looked at my phone and it was Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, the deputy prime minister of Malaysia.
I’d like to take a look back (or as many would call it… a throwback) at some of the developments of 2017 that I feel really impacted Malaysia.
The only reason an adult would resort to corporal punishment on a child is when they lack good parenting or teaching skills.
In Malaysia, where religious and racial friction is commonplace, cultivating social cohesion remains a great challenge.
People generally understand what honesty is. But whether they actually believe in it is a different matter. Most people instead, would try to define the concept in accordance with their own personal context.
Maybe all of us have been conditioned to think that English is the global language. But what if it isn’t?