By KHOR HUI MIN and CHRISTIE CHUA
Travelling is a much-loved activity worldwide, and many intrepid travellers plan their holidays six months to a year in advance just to prepare to explore a new country or have their adventure of a lifetime.
By LILY LAU
So much has been talked and debated about Gen Ys over the last few years and yet, there are people who still complain and think that Gen Ys are naïve, lack respect and interpersonal skills, and have no loyalty towards employers.
By RUPA SIVANOLI
The Rukun Negara was crafted in 1970, as a set of national principles to give Malaysians a common code of conduct. This was triggered by the racial clashes that took place on May 13, 1969.
By SANDY CLARKE
Over our years of development, Malaysia has undeniably been an economic success. Malaysia transformed from a low-income nation into an upper middle-income nation with a diversified industrial economic base.
By KAMINI SENTHIABALAN. From heartbreaking headlines and devastating events in the news, it’s no secret that bullying has reached alarming proportions in Malaysia. In this article, we’re giving you all the information you need to know about bullying and how to handle it.
By LOUISA DEVADASON
During GE14, I became an observer to the community-organising of Malaysians around the world working as a socially cohesive entity for the betterment of all, to fight exclusion and to mobilise the community for social change.
By DR STAN AMALADAS
With the recent 14th General Elections (GE14) in Malaysia, the courage and determination of Malaysians to choose change was guided by an “alliance of hope” – of people who allied themselves with the hope for a new beginning, and a new day. What then, does it mean to choose hope?
By DR. GOH CHEE LEONG
Today is a historic and significant day for Malaysia. Not because our nation will immediately become a perfect nation. Not because all our problems, economic, educational, social, safety, will magically disappear. Change will take time, and on this new dawn, I would like to share my reflections.
1. A Mature...
By JOHAN MERICAN
History is boring. That’s how I felt growing up. The way it was taught in school made it seem a pointless field of study, as least relative to mathematics and science. I suspect for many others, it was only later on in life that we grew to better appreciate the significance of history. More importantly, the need to...