If you’re in her shoes

I DON’T know if it’s really fair, without reservation, for anyone to blame Aung San Suu Kyi for her failure to stop the burning of villages and the killing of the Rohingyas in the Rakhine State. It would be uncharacteristic... more »

Enriching the future through bioengineering

BIOLOGICAL engineering or bioengineering may be relatively new as a defined field, but look closer and you’ll realise how it is simply another means of addressing life science-related challenges. Indeed, many countries around the world, including Malaysia, have recognised bio-based... more »

More than twice a king

WRITING on the occasion of the Silver Jubilee of the Sultan of Kedah in July 1983, former Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman referred to the ancient history of the sultanate, including the legend of Marong Mahawangsa and his apparently Mongul... more »
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