By JOSEPH TAN
What is the difference between a leader and a politician? It is the attitude towards personal popularity. Instead of focusing on potential votes, the leader focuses on the rightness of his cause and his mission.
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 SARAH LIM and LIM LAY HSUAN
In a society which often determines a person’s value and sense of identity by the amount of possessions and titles that a person owns, introducing the concept of “ownership” may be closer to home than we think.
By PRAVIN NAIR
Sheikh Mujib was a polarising figure who divided the opinion of political analysts over his demeanour and policies. Nevertheless, many agree that he was the chief architect of a young Bangladesh.
By ABIGAIL NIMBALKER
Politicians are servant-leaders whether they like it or not. Their job, as we all know it, is to serve the people first. Sadly, many politicians tend to quote that statement but once elected fail to the job they once promised they would. The choice to practise that type of leadership in the end lies with them.