If given the choice, I would take public transportation everywhere I go. But I have to say that it is almost impossible to do so because of how the country has been designed.
When I started working in 2000, the starting pay for a fresh graduate with a college degree was about RM2,000. Within five years, I managed to buy an affordable local car and a medium-cost walk-up apartment.
Countries that are considered third world have the highest number of smokers compared to those that are first world.
The ban on the motorcycle ride share app Dego Ride by the Transport Ministry shows that they do not have a grasp of who KLites are and what their cost of living is.
The media, or more specifically the entertainment media, plays a very important role beyond serving as a form of escapism and enjoyment.
It just seems too arbitrary a process to warrant a website to be formed and managed by a government ministry and agency.
Like it or not, they are the government of the day and they are the ones who now have the responsibility to resolve the issue.
If you were to read the news, you wouldn’t go by a day without seeing how the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is doing its job.
It’s democratisation of religious interpretation, I guess, and we will never have to face the burden of thinking for ourselves.
We need to be encouraged to challenge interpretations, ideas and thoughts.
We have seen this kind of politics in Malaysia for many years. Now, it is just amusing (and also worrying) to see it happening in the first world, too.