Brighter Asean through educational exchange — Tunku Zain Al-’Abidin

MARCH 16 — The Fulbright Programme has been in Malaysia since 1963 and it’s great to see that international educational exchanges continue to thrive. Being an Eisenhower Fellow, I know...

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Asean-Australia Special Summit matters to us all — Jane Duke

MARCH 15 — When the leaders of South-east Asia arrive in Australia this week, they will mark a new era in one of the region’s most long-standing relationships. They will be attending the...

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Why Singapore’s foreign manpower policy needs to focus on skills — Randolph Tan

MARCH 15 — During the recent Budget debate, Minister for Manpower Lim Swee Say announced that the government would be raising the S Pass salary criteria and extending the maximum period of...

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Tackling malnourishment among urban poor children — Lim Yi Wei

MARCH 14 — It is a rite of passage for Malaysian youth to leave their kampungs to work in the cities. Today, 75.37 per cent of Malaysians live in urban areas. Almost half of Selangor and...

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Subtle dangers lurk behind online transactions — CAP

MARCH 14 — Malaysia is one of the fastest-growing online markets in the Asean region. Malaysians use the internet extensively for news, research, social networking and online shopping. With...

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Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984 should be repealed, not reviewed — Geramm

PH’s manifesto: What will and will not work — Lim Sue Goan

SPM… the lead-up, the exam, the joy or the aftermath — Boo Soon Yew

SYABAS should advise on specific water disruption areas — Chow Sook Cheng

Manifesto that glosses over past mistakes — Karamjit Gill

Why populists are becoming more popular — John Lloyd

Selangor water cut: The buck stops at SPLASH — Hannah Yeoh

Aquatic equanimity — Tunku Zain Al-‘Abidin

Violence against women in Malaysia — Awam

From anonymity to recognition, from servant to woman and worker! — Tenaganita

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