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A Move Forward

A Move Forward

Wong Chee Mun writes about education in Malaysia today. In being grateful for the Government’s move to award high-achieving students based purely on meritocracy, we must also ponder – is education a privilege or is it a right?

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Ask Lord Bobo: 1Malaysia Email And Squandered Money

Ask Lord Bobo: 1Malaysia Email And Squandered Money

This week, His Supreme Eminenceness considers the 1Malaysia email plan, and whether a Royal Commission of Inquiry is a waste of your tax ringgit.

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416: Reflections & Observations From The 2011 Sarawak Elections – Part 1 (Stories from the East)

416: Reflections & Observations From The 2011 Sarawak Elections – Part 1 (Stories from the East)

In this first of a two-part series under this week’s Stories from the East collection, political analyst Dr Ong Kian Ming writes about his recent eye-opening experience being in the thick of the DAP’s Sarawak election campaign in Sibu.

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Postal Votes Which Are Never Posted

Postal Votes Which Are Never Posted

Ivy Kwek gives a first-hand account of the DAP campaign in the recently concluded Sarawak State Elections

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We, Christians, “Fools”?

We, Christians, “Fools”?

I always thought that those who single out others as fools are the bigger fools. How can you not be the bigger fool when you brandish the word “amicable” so wantonly and not know what it means? According to the Oxford English Dictionary, “amicable” means  “friendly; done in a friendly spirit”. Nothing that has happened […]

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TalentCorp: Unanswered Questions

TalentCorp: Unanswered Questions

With the recent announcement by the government regarding the 15% flat rate tax for expert Malaysians, many “loyal experts” are questioning what about them.

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A Critique of 1Malaysia: The Universal Conscience (4 of 5)

A Critique of 1Malaysia: The Universal Conscience (4 of 5)

The forth part of the critique focuses on the exploitation of post-political tsunami effects (so called ‘Collective Common Sense’), that gradually brings about the relevance of 1Malaysia as a notion to redefine the already defined but left unsettled, to re-evaluate the already evaluated but left unselected, to promise again the desired needs that are left unmet.

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Daulat Tuanku!

Daulat Tuanku!

The Malaysian Singh speaks about his loyalty to the Institution of The Yang di-Pertuan Agong, our foremost symbol of unity. Takes a swipe at the United Malays National Organisation and suggests a national identity.

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Of Faust And The Doctrine Of Proportionality

Of Faust And The Doctrine Of Proportionality

A Malaysia for all Malaysians can only be a reality when the Barisan Nasional accepts that dividing us for votes is progressively making things worse.

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I Am Malaysian

I Am Malaysian

The Singh, singing his praises for Malaysian Indians. I have a feeling this is going to turn ugly. Only on #WhyMalaysia.

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The Need for Youth Empowerment in Malaysia

The Need for Youth Empowerment in Malaysia

For aspiring Malaysian youth wanting to express more freely in a formidable force, proving stereotypes wrong in this blissful country of multi-ethnicity, please read this.

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A Critique on 1Malaysia: The Effects of Collective Common Sense (3 of 5)

A Critique on 1Malaysia: The Effects of Collective Common Sense (3 of 5)

How will the collective common sense affect our social condition when they linger over the populace?

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A Critique on 1Malaysia: Self-Contained Stupefaction (2 of 5)

A Critique on 1Malaysia: Self-Contained Stupefaction (2 of 5)

The social condition that gave rise to 1Malaysia lies in the chaotic and crisis-driven effect of post-political tsunami. This effect is taken for granted to sustain an assumption for activity or passivity, progress or regress. It is a self-contained stupefaction, the finality of politics.

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A Critique on 1Malaysia: Slogan as Political Ethos (1 of 5)

A Critique on 1Malaysia: Slogan as Political Ethos (1 of 5)

This article attempts to explicate the social condition after the political tsunami (March 2008) and argues that 1Malaysia, other than being a concept that unites, is an omnipotent political strategy resulted from the post-political tsunami condition.

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Connect The Dots : Musings #LoyarBerkasih

Connect The Dots : Musings #LoyarBerkasih

It’s always about mutual acceptance and respect because in the end it’s not about winning arguments, but our relationship with each other, a little note on Azan.

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Voting Time? #LoyarBerkasih

Voting Time? #LoyarBerkasih

Reflections of a final semester law student on the criteria that he would consider before casting his vote for the next general elections.

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Oil Palm Company vs Ibans: On Land Rights in Sarawak

Oil Palm Company vs Ibans: On Land Rights in Sarawak

Oil palm company fails to get natives evicted through court, status quo of natives maintained.

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K-point: Meminda Perlembagaan Bukan Satu Penyelesaian

K-point: Meminda Perlembagaan Bukan Satu Penyelesaian

Mengapa pindaan perlembagaan patut dilihat sebagai satu pilihan terakhir, hanya apabila kesemua alternatif lain telahpun dihauskan.

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K-point: Fools On The Hill

K-point: Fools On The Hill

A singalong on Malaysian politics.

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My Belief And My Answer To My Children!

My Belief And My Answer To My Children!

Why I don’t believe in democracy, elections, taxation, the constitution, freedom, human rights, our parliament, government, and violence against violence.

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