Wandering thoughts

THE great thing about being a passenger is that one has all the time in the world to think of many things. One’s mind wanders far and wide. A driver has to concentrate on the task at hand: eyes on... more »

Good health and wellbeing

I’m still in the mood for writing about what non-governmental organisations (NGO) in Sarawak can do to help the country reach the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. It’s a tall order but try we must – 12 years to... more »

Government-NGO partnership is vital

IT appears that the Malaysian political tsunami in May this year has produced an aftershock of a benign kind: the important role of the non-government organisations (NGOs) in helping to realise the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2000-2015; that transformation... more »

Yes, let’s catch the bull by the horns

NO, it’s the dogs – those strays roaming the streets, the housing estates, the eateries; these are the targets. Dogs have always been associated with rabies as Anopheles mosquitoes with malaria. Catch, vaccinate and neuter those strays; these, the authorities... more »

Politics of Pocopoco

DAYAK politics is like a popular Indonesian dance called Pocopoco. I did not say it. It was said by Dr Dusit Jaul, president of the Sarawak Dayak Graduates Association and advisor to the Dayak National Conference held in Kuching on... more »

A détente – sensible strategy

AFTER the GE14, we have been hearing repeated statements made by the politicians from both divides about the importance of close rapport between the federal and Sarawak governments, and of the necessity to set aside political differences for the good... more »
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