|Wednesday, March 29, 2017


Sakit jiwa akibat sikap buruk pengguna jalan raya

Oleh Kurniawati Kamarudin TIDAK cukup berdepan dengan kesesakan lalu lintas, masyarakat Malaysia terutamanya warga kota semakin tertekan dengan sikap buruk sesetengah pengguna jalan raya. Keadaan ini bagaimanapun tidak menjejaskan pemilikan kenderaan yang sentiasa meningkat di sebalik penambah baikan kemudahan pengangkutan awam. Penulis sendiri terpaksa memandu dalam keadaan jalan raya yang pada kebanyakan masanya sesak untuk ke pejabat di Wisma ...Full Article

Lets make recycle and reuse our way of life

By Fadzli Ramli LED by my wife, my whole family actively separates the recyclable household waste from the rest. When we have collected sufficient amount of the recyclables, I ...Full Article

The dangers of uploading your children’s photos

By Nurul Halawati Mohamad Azhari I sometimes wonder what goes on in the minds of parents who post numerous photos of their young children online. Children are precious and ...Full Article

Concrete measures needed for a healthy taxi industry

By CY Ming TRANSPORT Minister Liow Tiong Lai wrote a 1,027 word article extolling that both e-hailing and taxi services can co-exist. The contents are a good indication of ...Full Article

Confused with ‘khalwat’ in a vehicle

By CY Ming THE report that I may be committing khalwat is scary news to me as I have been working in Kuala Lumpur for many decades. Federal Territories ...Full Article

Which brand of patriotism should we pursue?

By YS Chan  IN most third world countries, patriotism is defined as supporting the government of the day. Instead of being debunked, the theory is continued even after a ...Full Article

When no news is good news

By Carol Leong IT was reported that the Chinese embassy in Indonesia has accused local customs officials of targeting Chinese tourists and demanding they give them illicit “tips” at ...Full Article

Great patriots emerge during crisis

By YS Chan THE Malayan Emergency was a guerrilla war fought between British Commonwealth armed forces and the military arm of the Malayan Communist Party (MCP) from 1948 until ...Full Article

I, too, could have drowned

By YS Chan THERE is much water in and around Malaysia. Our coastline is 4,675km, making it the 29th longest in the world. Indonesia, with around 18,000 islands, has ...Full Article

Tourism affected by court of public opinion

By CY Ming OUR Immigration officers are likely to be given the benefit of the doubt in a recent allegation by a Taiwanese woman denied entry into Malaysia at KLIA2. ...Full Article
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