Stop putting your foot in your mouth, Ku Nan — Sarah-Ann Yong Jenlee

MAY 28 — Dear Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, or more fondly known as Ku Nan, Your recent appalling advice to a female participant who raised her concerns about the current lack of safety...

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Free, finally — Tay Tian Yan

MAY 28 — I was in Seoul last week listening to a briefing by a Korean scholar who mentioned about the South Korean economy, including the development of its automotive industry that reminded...

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The new election boundaries: Where GE14 will be won or lost ― Zoe Randhawa

MAY 27 ― Earlier this month, in historic legal victories, Bersih 2.0 Outreach Officer Chan Tsu Chong along with six others were granted leave and a stay order to challenge the Election...

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A chance for Proton’s rebirth ― Sin Chew Daily

MAY 27 ― As widely expected, DRB-Hicom has struck an accord with China-based Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co Ltd to allow the latter to acquire 49.9 per cent of Proton's share. In the...

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End the pretence: Repeal SOSMA — Bar Council

MAY 26 — The Malaysian Bar is dismayed that the provision for pre-charge detention for up to 28 days, pursuant to the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (“SOSMA”), was renewed...

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Pre-Ramadan diary — Tunku Zain Al-’Abidin

Stop executions and abolish the death penalty — Malaysian Bar

Short term relief work in Syria not the solution — Peter Maurer

Who is the shadow PM? — Tay Tian Yan

Far easier to champion Malaysian rights — Dharm Navaratnam

Victory for Pakatan Harapan in GE14 — Rafizi Ramli

Resisting authoritarian populism: Lessons from and for Singapore — Kenneth Paul Tan

Will you be ready for the disruption from automation? — Annet Aris 

Abolishing cash: Good for governments, not for citizens — Satyajit Das

Lessons from Asean for Xi’s Belt and Road Initiative — Irene Chan

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