Monthly Archives: July 2018

Waking up to another new day in Malaysia!

These days it’s nice to wake up and not read anything about government misdemeanour! That characterized the previous administration when we were often shocked by scandals in government and high-handed authoritarian practices. Hopefully, that’s behind us. The new Pakatan Harapan … Continue reading

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Same old, same old Umno, hopefully not!

To say the least, Umno’s walkout at the opening of the 14th Parliament was a major disappointment. The point of the exercise totally misses me! The reason they gave was to protest the appointment of the Speaker,¬†former Court of Appeal … Continue reading

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Thai cave rescue — the impossible can happen

After GE14, the best news I have heard so far is the rescue of the 12 boys and their coach from the flooded cave in Chiang Rai, Thailand. The rescue, undertaken by an international team of British and Australian divers … Continue reading

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The value of advisers

It’s really sad that the previous regime in Malaysia ended with the arrest of its last prime minister, Najib Razak. It’s a lesson for all, and, especially for the members of the new Cabinet, that what happened to Najib can … Continue reading

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