My Sinchew/ Opinion

The meaning of Malay dignity and the way forward

Malays can restore the dignity of the community, and they must stop expecting others to do it for them!

Is religion a brand?

Why has religion become so thorny a subject? Why has something supposedly positive become so negative?

Universities must not be reduced to vassals of race politics

Universities must not be reduced to vassals of race politics.

The case for abolition of the death penalty

The journey to abolition is sometimes long and difficult, but each step counts. The removal of the mandatory application of the death penalty in Malaysia would be a significant step along this road.

North Korea's SLBM test launch

On October 2, North Korea conducted a test launch of its new Pukguksong-3 submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM), which landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone (EEZ).

What has the Malay Dignity Congress achieved?

What has the Malay Dignity Congress achieved? Well, for one, it has succeeded in hurting the non-Malays. If it meant to cement Malay unity, it didn't manage to do that.

Who robbed our country?

The one and only country we have, our Malaysian Dream, has been robbed.

Lenggong Permaculture Farmstay: A study in sustainable living, grit and determination

For those who have had issues with the authorities before, Amy's eviction is an all too common story, where decent, upright citizens are treated shabbily and with little consideration.

Tun M, redeemer of Malay dignity

On that historic day, the Malay Dignity Congress has, through the mouth of Tun Mahathir, returned the dignity of "Malaysian" Malays and crushed that of "racist" Malays.

A deep sense of despair

Now I know the most difficult part is not to change a government, but the mentality of the people and nation.


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