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 Erna Mahyuni
Erna Mahyuni
Erna tweets too much on @ernamh. Angry Sabah native, slave to her dog/cat and blogs at ernamahyuni.com
 

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Up close with the new iPhone 14 and 14 Pro

Up close with the new iPhone 14 and 14 Pro

Pre-orders for new iPhones out on Malaysia Day, but should you book one?

Pre-orders for new iPhones out on Malaysia Day, but should you book one?

Mobility should be a right, not a luxury

Mobility should be a right, not a luxury

Why growing older has made me more hopeful this Merdeka

Why growing older has made me more hopeful this Merdeka

Freeing Malaysia’s future from the trap of nepotism

Freeing Malaysia’s future from the trap of nepotism

Jay Park's 'Bite' MV is made-on-iPad cool (VIDEO)

Jay Park's 'Bite' MV is made-on-iPad cool (VIDEO)

How Apple’s WatchOS 9 will make your Watch an essential bedfellow

How Apple’s WatchOS 9 will make your Watch an essential bedfellow

On US visa hell and why immigration controls are rubbish

On US visa hell and why immigration controls are rubbish

When not even the PM’s phone is safe

When not even the PM’s phone is safe

The Apple Pay experience is simpler, faster, safer and hard to beat

The Apple Pay experience is simpler, faster, safer and hard to beat

Acer’s latest laptop range highlights affordability, sustainability

Acer’s latest laptop range highlights affordability, sustainability

On monopolies and abuse of power

On monopolies and abuse of power

Of ‘kacangma’ and change

Of ‘kacangma’ and change

New report gives insights into just how far Apple's commitment to health goes

New report gives insights into just how far Apple's commitment to health goes

Our kids no longer have dreams. Whose fault is that?

Our kids no longer have dreams. Whose fault is that?

Apple’s MacBook Air M2 is a svelte, powerful redesign

Apple’s MacBook Air M2 is a svelte, powerful redesign

How much longer will Malaysia be at the mercy of endless projects?

How much longer will Malaysia be at the mercy of endless projects?

Tsutaya in Bukit Jalil is dreamy, but flawed

Tsutaya in Bukit Jalil is dreamy, but flawed

Domestic violence is everyone's business

Domestic violence is everyone's business

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The disturbing court of public opinion

Commercial buildings stand in the central business district of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah September 23, 2020. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Firdaus Latif

Must Sabah continue to be the poster child for neglected infrastructure?

People wearing face masks sightsee and snap pictures in the heart of Kuala Lumpur during Hari Raya Aidilfitri holiday May 3, 2022. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Ahmad Zamzahuri

The strange new normal of not giving a s***

People break fast at Dataran Merdeka during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan in Kuala Lumpur April 19, 2022. u00e2u20acu201d  Picture by Firdaus Latif

Laying down arms when the war isn't over

The Employeesu00e2u20acu2122 Provident Fund  logo is seen at its headquarters in Kuala Lumpur March 2, 2022. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Miera Zulyanan

How long more will Malaysians live in quiet desperation?

Of the total 19,444 crimes reported between January and July 2021, 8,403 were scam-related cases. u00e2u20acu201d iStock pic

Dear government, what are you doing with my data?

Form Five students get ready to sit for their SPM examination at SMK Seksyen 7 in Shah Alam March 2, 2022. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Yusof Mat Isa

Malaysian youth need to break the cycle of abuse indoctrination

The section for Covid-19 vaccination registration via the MySejahtera mobile application is displayed on a mobile phone in Kuala Lumpur February 23, 2021. u00e2u20acu201dPicture by Yusof Mat Isa

How safe is our data with the government?

10 daripada 20 bayi selamat dilahirkan pada Hari Kebangsaan 2016 di Hospital Kuala Lumpur, 31 Ogos, 2016. u00e2u20acu201d Foto Bernama

In Malaysia, foreign wives are trophies but foreign husbands? Treason

A man busks next to the KLCC LRT station in Kuala Lumpur, July 11, 2016. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Saw Siow Feng

Punishing the arts won’t bless you, Selangor

People wearing face masks on Saloma Bridge in Kuala Lumpur, February 18, 2022. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Yusof Mat Isa

Preparing for an endemic when the pandemic's not over

Thanks for the memories, Nuu00e2u20acu2122est. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Erna Mahyuni

Farewell, Nu’est: My first and last K-pop love

Sixteen people were fined for attending a 20-person birthday party at a flat in Hougang last year. u00e2u20acu2022 Unsplash pic

Dodging bullets, chasing dreams

A man waks past a Malaysia Prihatin wall decoration in Kuala Lumpur August 25, 2021. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Ahmad Zamzahuri

Pandemic complacency will literally cripple our nation

A man uses the MySejahtera trace feature. u00e2u20acu2022 Picture by Ahmad Zamzahuri

The how-to, simplified guide to Covid-19 communications

Over 40 per cent of UK residents say that they do not have a proper desk to work on in their homes, according to a new report. u00e2u20acu2022 IStock.com/ETX Studio pic

Work shouldn't be a death sentence

A man works from the comfort of home during phase three of the movement control order in Shah Alam April 15, 2020. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Miera Zulyana

Mental health check-ups should be routine and mundane

People queue in front of a Bank Simpanan Nasional branch in Klang September 6, 2021. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Yusof Mat Isa

Why can’t we trust poor people with money?

A man uses the MySejahtera trace feature. u00e2u20acu2022 Picture by Ahmad Zamzahuri

We must do right by the disabled and vulnerable

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