Monthly Archives: August 2017

Only one rotten apple is needed to smear your good name

People should be pleased with the recent high-profile arrests by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), but are they? It seems to me we have more questions than compliments about these MACC arrests. It is the same response to the requests … Continue reading

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In the fight for votes, don’t ignore the East Malaysian factor

Dr Mahathir Mohamad must be hitting where it really hurts, judging from the flak he has been getting of late. From the prime minister to anonymous folk, Mahathir has become the target of vilification and aimed projectiles. Najib Razak seems … Continue reading

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Ode to strangers

There are a lot of good people out there — people who without a thought will extend a helping hand in a crisis, irrespective of who needs it. The recent case of Abang Baju Merah who loaned his motorbike to … Continue reading

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A check verse when things are not going quite right

Sometimes, we forget. When things are not going quite the way we would like to, we strive and put a lot of effort to make things right, but forget the first thing we really should do — check ourselves against … Continue reading

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