What You Think

  • Will we pass the Covid-19 test? — Adeeba Kamarulzaman

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    Will we pass the Covid-19 test? — Adeeba Kamarulzaman

  • Responding to the Covid economy Part 1: Understanding supply and demand shocks — Ong Kian Ming

    1 day ago

    Responding to the Covid economy Part 1: Understanding supply and demand shocks — Ong Kian Ming

  • The science of re-opening of our schools — Musa Mohd Nordin and Thiyagar Nadarajaw

    2 days ago

    The science of re-opening of our schools — Musa Mohd Nordin and Thiyagar Nadarajaw

  • Putting an end to high-handed practices at private hospitals — Yap Yok Foo

    3 days ago

    Putting an end to high-handed practices at private hospitals — Yap Yok Foo

  • Choose Malaysia ― Rais Hussin

    3 days ago

    Choose Malaysia ― Rais Hussin

  • Absence of international students like a tsunami hitting university sector — Afifah Suhaimi

    4 days ago

    Absence of international students like a tsunami hitting university sector — Afifah Suhaimi

  • Navigating transfer pricing during Covid-19 — Sarah Chew

    4 days ago

    Navigating transfer pricing during Covid-19 — Sarah Chew

  • There is no reason to accept high prices for Covid-19 treatments — Mark Cheong

    5 days ago

    There is no reason to accept high prices for Covid-19 treatments — Mark Cheong

  • Time for new regulations — Hafiz Hassan

    5 days ago

    Time for new regulations — Hafiz Hassan

  • Guide for Covid-19 prevention in schools ― Amar-Singh HSS and Shyielathy Arumugam

    6 days ago

    Guide for Covid-19 prevention in schools ― Amar-Singh HSS and Shyielathy Arumugam

  • Who to decide who is Bersatu’s chairman? ― Hafiz Hassan

    6 days ago

    Who to decide who is Bersatu’s chairman? ― Hafiz Hassan

  • Job creation saves livelihood, addresses income inequality ― Sofea Azahar

    6 days ago

    Job creation saves livelihood, addresses income inequality ― Sofea Azahar

  • Celebrate the positive highlights on environment, but be wary... ― Cheryl Rita Kaur and Sahadev Sharma

    6 days ago

    Celebrate the positive highlights on environment, but be wary... ― Cheryl Rita Kaur and Sahadev Sharma

  • Fixing arts and culture 2020 — Ramli Ibrahim

    1 week ago

    Fixing arts and culture 2020 — Ramli Ibrahim

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    Stop calling PN a backdoor government — Jonathan Lee Xing Sheng

    MAY 19 — Allow me to explain why the Malaysians should stop calling Perikatan Nasional (PN) a backdoor government. Based on the few political events happened recently such as...

  • My country, my leaders — Paneir Selvam

    1 week ago

    My country, my leaders — Paneir Selvam

    MAY 19 — “We must each always think first of Malaysia, of the national need and least of ourselves. Everyone must try to help and see that the people are one-minded, with...

  • E-commerce fuels digitalisation in logistics and fulfillment — Song Hock Koon

    1 week ago

    E-commerce fuels digitalisation in logistics and fulfillment — Song Hock Koon

    MAY 19 — As the coronavirus pandemic frames our new normal, one thing is clear if nothing else – logistics, the commercial activity of transporting goods to customers, had...

  • A bankable food security system — Rais Hussin

    1 week ago

    A bankable food security system — Rais Hussin

    MAY 18 — The coronavirus crisis may prove to be a turning point for food security in Malaysia. As the pandemic causes border closures and export restrictions, it has exposed our...

  • Collaboration, innovation and free trade among countries will get us through this global crisis — Azrul Mohd Khalib

    1 week ago

    Collaboration, innovation and free trade among countries will get us through this global crisis — Azrul Mohd Khalib

    MAY 18 — No single country can go it alone in dealing with the Covid-19 outbreak within its borders without the support, assistance, and collaboration with its neighbours as...

  • Parliament and the government are different: One cannot prevent or frustrate the constitutional functions of the other — Hafiz Hassan

    1 week ago

    Parliament and the government are different: One cannot prevent or frustrate the constitutional functions of the other — Hafiz Hassan

    MAY 18 — Today, a total of 220 out of 222 Members of Parliament (MP) will attend the Dewan Rakyat sitting. The first meeting of the third session of the 14th Parliament was...

  • Guide for Covid-19 prevention in aged residential care facilities — Amar-Singh HSS, Vivienne Yong and Liew Tuan Hock

    1 week ago

    Guide for Covid-19 prevention in aged residential care facilities — Amar-Singh HSS, Vivienne Yong and Liew Tuan Hock

    MAY 18 — It is increasingly recognised that the Covid-19 pandemic may last for a number of years and that cases will rebound episodically. Aged residential care facilities...

  • Digital surveillance: Privacy, data ecosystem and effectiveness — Moonyati Yatid, Farlina Said and Tengku NurQistina

    1 week ago

    Digital surveillance: Privacy, data ecosystem and effectiveness — Moonyati Yatid, Farlina Said and Tengku NurQistina

    MAY 17 — The role of technology in aiding our daily lives has grown rapidly since the imposition of lockdowns in many countries amid the Covid-19 pandemic. In adapting to the...

  • Parliament decapitated out of Muhyiddin’s fear — Liew Chin Tong

    1 week ago

    Parliament decapitated out of Muhyiddin’s fear — Liew Chin Tong

    MAY 17 — If Pakatan Harapan Plus — PKR, Amanah, DAP, Warisan and Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s faction of Bersatu — can hold together without being cracked, Tan Sri Muhyiddin...

  • Socso’s initiatives in combating Covid-19: A case of good intention but tardy implementation — Baljit Singh Sidhu

    1 week ago

    Socso’s initiatives in combating Covid-19: A case of good intention but tardy implementation — Baljit Singh Sidhu

    MAY 17 — The Covid-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on all sectors. The biggest sector that bears the brunt is the economic sector and government all over the world has come up...

  • Time for Malaysia to embrace LGBT community — Bakhtiar Talhah

    1 week ago

    Time for Malaysia to embrace LGBT community — Bakhtiar Talhah

    MAY 17 — In 2018, two Malaysian women received six lashes in an open court in Terengganu. Last year, five Malaysian men were fined, imprisoned, and caned for attempted sexual...

  • Contracts and Covid-19 ― Shalini Ganendra

    1 week ago

    Contracts and Covid-19 ― Shalini Ganendra

    MAY 16 ― Loss is the  overarching construct during the horrific trajectory of this Covid-19 pandemic ― loss of life, loss of liberty,  loss of security, loss of...

  • Adopt technology for Parliament sitting to safeguard the interest of rakyat — Yeo Bee Yin

    1 week ago

    Adopt technology for Parliament sitting to safeguard the interest of rakyat — Yeo Bee Yin

    MAY 15 — The first parliament session of Perikatan Nasional (PN) government will be held next Monday, 18 May 2020, for only one day with no question and answer sessions, no...

  • Getting to know the pros and cons of the conditional MCO — Farhan Kamarulzaman

    1 week ago

    Getting to know the pros and cons of the conditional MCO — Farhan Kamarulzaman

    MAY 15 — The conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO), initiated on May 4 by Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, may have some pros and cons. One of the pros is that...

  • Debunking myths about refugees with facts and figures — Tan Zhong Yan

    1 week ago

    Debunking myths about refugees with facts and figures — Tan Zhong Yan

    MAY 15 — The purpose of this article is not to persuade you to defend the rights of refugees. This article seeks to debunk some myths which have caused common misconceptions...

  • Considering unity and harmony — Halimah Mohd Said

    1 week ago

    Considering unity and harmony — Halimah Mohd Said

    May 15 — In announcing the formation of the Ministry of National Unity on 9 March 2020, the PM said “A solid inter-ethnic unity is a determinant of the continuity and survival...

  • Is replacement of Dewan Rakyat Secretary constitutional? — Hui Yee Kee

    1 week ago

    Is replacement of Dewan Rakyat Secretary constitutional? — Hui Yee Kee

    MAY 15 — After the shocking announcement of the unprecedented “no-debate” Parliament sitting, another bombshell was dropped amid the political crisis. The Dewan Rakyat...

  • Worst is not over for Malaysia, brace for more — Sofea Azahar

    1 week ago

    Worst is not over for Malaysia, brace for more — Sofea Azahar

    MAY 15 — Better than what most economists expected, the Malaysian economy grew marginally at 0.7 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2020 (1Q20). However, this was a...

  • An exit-strategy post-crisis: A stimulus package for the digitalisation of SMEs? — Jason Loh

    1 week ago

    An exit-strategy post-crisis: A stimulus package for the digitalisation of SMEs? — Jason Loh

    MAY 14 — As we enter the fifth phase of the Movement Control Order (MCO), otherwise also known as conditional MCO (CMCO) that has been extended till June 9, an “exit”...