The poor poachers’ pockets

STEALING goods and knowingly distributing and receiving stolen goods are criminal offences throughout the globe, with usually heavy prison sentences and/or hefty fines imposed. Few readers will know that behind drug smuggling, counterfeiting, and human trafficking, the illegal trade in... more »

My moment of truth

“ARE you still interested?” the person on the other end of the line asked. She introduced herself as the staff nurse of the hospital’s CAPD (Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis) unit. “Yes, I am,” I replied. My voice was shuddering. “Your... more »

Bitter medicine

HE came, he cut a ribbon to commission a new scanner at the Sarawak Heart Centre at Kota Samarahan, he visited the site for a hospital at Petra Jaya, he peeped into the Accident and Emergency counter at the Sarawak... more »

Malaysia’s opportunity for Asian democracy

LIBERATION and democratisation in Asia is a complex story. Our continent is geographically so vast and is home to so many different cultural and religious narratives that have given rise to multiple justifications for political legitimacy; and our myriad interactions... more »

Where’s that bridge?

FOR the past few years, weather permitting and after church, Auntie Di and I have made it a point to explore the Kuching suburbs and the immediate hinterland, for the fun of learning more about our city. Between the two... more »
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