Between 20th and 21st July, I observed and monitored as many local news organisations as I could to see how they covered the 1MDB controversy.
All it took was a FaceTime video… a simple FaceTime video!
The punchline of this article has to be provided by you, the readers!
Often, I’m asked by my non-journalist friends what it’s like to practice journalism in Malaysia. Well, I’d usually say it is great and that it isn’t different than any other place. I don’t know who I’m kidding.
THE issue between taxi drivers and Uber has gone on for years now and it looks like it will continue to go on until the government steps in and gives out a black and white ultimatum.
Scream to the world that so many people have converted to your religion. Could it be because you feel so insecure with your own faith?
Whenever I write an article, produce a film or take a photograph, I make sure that I do my best because when it gets published, it will bear my name. That is what it means to earn a byline. Basically, when you put your name to it, it means that you are responsible for it and your reputation is staked on it.
When I was in my university days (give or take about 20 years ago), I remember there was one night when a cultural event was organised by the students. There were a lot of interesting activities during the day and evening and it was quite entertaining and educational too. Standard campus affairs, of course.
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