Disturbing signals from the West

TO get a balanced picture of any situation and form one’s impartial opinion on it, one has to get hold of all sorts of written materials including reading the blogs. But they are so full of conflicting, confusing and disturbing... more »

Down the memory lane

IT ALL began in an abandoned workshop, at one end of which was a facility to check vehicles for roadworthiness and at the other an office for Mr Donough, the Land Transport officer. The space outside was crowded with people... more »

The unifying factors

WHENEVER a new nation comes into being, among the first requirements is   for that nation to write   into its constitution the name of its national or official language. Some countries have more than one. For instance, Switzerland has four official... more »

Saving all the orangs

A LEADING world authority on orang-utans, Dr B Mary Galdikas, recently visited our Semenggoh Wildlife Centre and another at Matang. The inmates at Semenggoh are free to roam about in the virgin jungle, but those at Matang are restricted to... more »

Coping with social problems

NEWS from Sibu about alleged child prostitution last week must have upset many people. One hopes that this is a rare and isolated case in this fair land of Sarawak. In other parts of the world, especially in the poverty... more »
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