I am as liberal as they get, but I know full well not to go topless in Kuala Terengganu!
Do people really think that Zahid is being roasted solely because of his weak English? I think that the cause of this reaction is much deeper.
We can’t run away from the fact that media ownership along with political and economical factors will affect objectivity.
“This is a school! It is not a place for people to come and visit!” the teacher said harshly.
Hush!!! Only the Malaysian state-sanctioned interpretation of Islam will lead you to heaven!
The drive for social and political change is always initiated by the youth.
When it comes to democracy, people like to compare the system we have in Malaysia with other countries.
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.
Would online news organisations in Malaysia be open and brave enough to experiment and try new models to ensure their own sustainability?
Wow! It looks like The New York Times is following Malaysiakini’s lead by using Whatsapp to deliver the latest news! If you all remember, I had written how Malaysiakini has […]
Recently, news website Rakyat Times, made a public appeal asking for donations to keep themselves afloat in financially trying times. What does this say about the state of news organisations […]