Now is the time

Now is the time for the opposition to show that they walk the talk. This week, we see Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng embroiled in a furore over the purchase of a RM2.8 million bungalow at Jalan Pinhorn, Green... more »

Even one death is too many

ON Sunday morning (March 13) at around 6am, Catholic nun Rev Sister Barbara Kiu drove straight into a stationary steamroller left on a lane at Datuk Teng Ching Hua Road in Sibu. She was probably heading to her Church for... more »

The heart matters

AN advertisement in a Chinese newspaper on Women’s Day made its rounds in social media. It was inserted by a teacher, tendering apology to her student and the mother for some harsh punishment. It reads: “I, Miss Low (Law) wishes... more »

In search of the true one

LAST October in this column, I wrote Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem was quoted as having said: “I can and am able to form a government without Chinese representatives. But I don’t want my next government without... more »

Adding colours to life

THE craze now is adult colouring. A cursory glance at the online bookstore Amazon this week proved so. Four out of the 20 top books sold were adult colouring books. A further check on the crafts and hobbies section revealed... more »

Monkey’s viewpoint

A MONTH ago, when Airasia announced its New Zealand route, an old classmate bought his return tickets to travel to that antipodean country in April for about RM1,500 only. Chi Tieng who received his higher education in New Zealand, started... more »
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