What You Think

  • What if China coughs? — Rais Hussin

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    What if China coughs? — Rais Hussin

  • Why men should fight for equal pay for women — Sharan Raj

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    Why men should fight for equal pay for women — Sharan Raj

  • Is regional environmentalism not fully appreciated under Asean agreement? — Roger Chan

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    Is regional environmentalism not fully appreciated under Asean agreement? — Roger Chan

  • Why parents shouldn't fear vaccines — Musa Mohd Nordin & Chan Li Jin

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    Why parents shouldn't fear vaccines — Musa Mohd Nordin & Chan Li Jin

  • How the US-China trade war has fractured Asia’s supply chains —  Jayant Menon

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    How the US-China trade war has fractured Asia’s supply chains — Jayant Menon

  • How ‘Hutan Kita’ can snowball into a mass movement to combat haze — Lim Tian Foo

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    How ‘Hutan Kita’ can snowball into a mass movement to combat haze — Lim Tian Foo

  • Malaysia is mine and I am hers — Thomas Fann

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    Malaysia is mine and I am hers — Thomas Fann

  • RM1 lawsuit against Indonesia: A viable policy option for the annual haze crisis — Khor Swee Kheng, Amar Singh-HSS, Darshan Joshi

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    RM1 lawsuit against Indonesia: A viable policy option for the annual haze crisis — Khor Swee Kheng, Amar Singh-HSS, Darshan Joshi

  • New UK student policy: Good for the UK, good for home countries — Claire Lim

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    New UK student policy: Good for the UK, good for home countries — Claire Lim

  • Tale of two ‘Tamans’: Taman Rimba Kiara and Taman Tugu — Saleh Mohamad

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    Tale of two ‘Tamans’: Taman Rimba Kiara and Taman Tugu — Saleh Mohamad

  • Malaysia’s higher education institutions: Where are we now? — Aristotle

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    Malaysia’s higher education institutions: Where are we now? — Aristotle

  • Nation building lessons from the jungle — Chrishen Gomez

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    Nation building lessons from the jungle — Chrishen Gomez

  • Learning from a half-century of economic development in Asia — Deepak Nayyar

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    Learning from a half-century of economic development in Asia — Deepak Nayyar

  • Budget 2020: Don’t ban vaping and e-cigarettes, tax it ― Hafidz Baharom

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    Budget 2020: Don’t ban vaping and e-cigarettes, tax it ― Hafidz Baharom

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  • Dr Zakir Naik is no more than a prized chess piece in a game of politics — Ismail Hafiz

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    Dr Zakir Naik is no more than a prized chess piece in a game of politics — Ismail Hafiz

    SEPTEMBER 12 — Dr Zakir Naik seems to have both Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, and the Malaysian government wrapped around his pointed preacher fingers. Most recently, the Indian...

  • Zakir Naik’s alleged defamation is a civil case — Wong Ang Peng

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    Zakir Naik’s alleged defamation is a civil case — Wong Ang Peng

    SEPTEMBER 12 — Dr Zakir Naik’s allegation of defamation against five others is a civil case and it is not appropriate for the police to investigate a case of civil nature. It...

  • Working together to prevent suicide — Justin Victor

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    Working together to prevent suicide — Justin Victor

    SEPTEMBER 11 — You can help prevent suicide! Yes, you, the lay person, the man or woman on the streets of Malaysia, are a key player, and not just the psychiatrists,...

  • The fallacy of masks in the face of Indonesian smog — Amar-Singh HSS

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    The fallacy of masks in the face of Indonesian smog — Amar-Singh HSS

    SEPTEMBER 11 — Our memories are short lived, so there may be a need for a reminder on this as we struggle to deal with the current extremely poor air quality; a problem that has...

  • Response to Alwyn Lau’s ‘Two wrong reasons to be a lecturer’ — Michelle Low

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    Response to Alwyn Lau’s ‘Two wrong reasons to be a lecturer’ — Michelle Low

    SEPTEMBER 10 — In a recently published article titled ‘Two wrong reasons to be a lecturer’, the writer (with 20 plus years of experience in education) argued that would-be...

  • Response to ‘Two wrong reasons to be a lecturer’ — Esther Soh Huey Jo

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    Response to ‘Two wrong reasons to be a lecturer’ — Esther Soh Huey Jo

    SEPTEMBER 10 — When ‘Two wrong reasons to be a lecturer’, a column entry by Alywn Lau started circulating in several of my colleague-based group chats, it was accompanied...

  • Malaysia faces youth unemployment crisis — Murray Hunter

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    Malaysia faces youth unemployment crisis — Murray Hunter

    SEPTEMBER 10 — The youth unemployment rate in Malaysia, at 10.9 per cent officially, is more than triple the national rate of 3.3 per cent and has been gradually rising over the...

  • Tale of the twin towers: Surviving 9-11 — Brendan J. Gomez

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    Tale of the twin towers: Surviving 9-11 — Brendan J. Gomez

    SEPTEMBER 10 — If numbness is a feeling, then that’s all I felt at the start of the morning. I was already late, and was ready to run to my class when Patricia called. I will...

  • Bringing glory to agri — Rais Hussin

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    Bringing glory to agri — Rais Hussin

    SEPTEMBER 10 — History, in most forms, has been taught in a linear manner. Whether one is taking A levels or International Baccalaureate (IB), it is assumed that the history of...

  • Contract scheme for civil Service: Is neo-liberalism coming full circle in Malaysia? — Khairil Izamin Ahmad

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    Contract scheme for civil Service: Is neo-liberalism coming full circle in Malaysia? — Khairil Izamin Ahmad

    SEPTEMBER 10 — In a 2011 article titled “The Neo-Liberal Revolution,” the British cultural theorist, Stuart Hall demonstrates how political regimes that may seem opposed to...

  • Persecution of Shias an assault on human rights — Ahmad Farouk Musa

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    Persecution of Shias an assault on human rights — Ahmad Farouk Musa

    SEPTEMBER 9 — The first article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)reads: “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed...

  • University mergers are a welcome development but should include private universities as well — Geoffrey Williams

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    University mergers are a welcome development but should include private universities as well — Geoffrey Williams

    SEPTEMBER 9 — The proposed merger of Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (UniSZA) with Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT) is a welcome development that will hopefully signal the...

  • In debating retirement age, solve the retirement savings issue too — Mohammad Abdul Hamid

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    In debating retirement age, solve the retirement savings issue too — Mohammad Abdul Hamid

    SEPTEMBER 7 — Amidst the ongoing debate regarding the retirement age extension, I would like to draw the attention of policymakers, politicians as well as the general public to...

  • Malaysian economic resilience is a must in the age of Sino-US trade war — Rais Hussin

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    Malaysian economic resilience is a must in the age of Sino-US trade war — Rais Hussin

    SEPTEMBER 7 — “The Winter Is Coming,” was once used by President Joko Widodo at the height of his electoral campaign against his opponent Prabowo Subianto. When President...

  • The counterfeiting epidemic: New cases of fake banknotes in Malaysia — Henry Goodman

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    The counterfeiting epidemic: New cases of fake banknotes in Malaysia — Henry Goodman

    SEPTEMBER 6 — Counterfeiting is a criminal enterprise occurring all too often in South-east Asia. Having significant negative effects on currencies and criminality around...

  • Measure poverty reliably, but address other dimensions of wellbeing too — Mohammad Abdul Hamid

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    Measure poverty reliably, but address other dimensions of wellbeing too — Mohammad Abdul Hamid

    SEPTEMBER 6 — It is well recognised that GDP or another economic indicator alone is inadequate to measure wellbeing of society. Use in combination, indicators may paint a better...

  • No problem, cause problem — Jotham Lim Ee Chen

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    No problem, cause problem — Jotham Lim Ee Chen

    SEPTEMBER 5 — Something is amiss. For the past week, I have been bombarded with news regarding race-based products being boycotted, the barring of Muslims and non-Muslims from...

  • IPCMC Bill recommendations — Lawyers for Liberty

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    IPCMC Bill recommendations — Lawyers for Liberty

    SEPTEMBER 5 — The Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission was first recommended by the Royal Commission to Enhance the Operation and Management of the Royal...

  • The corruption of leaders in high places — Rodney Toh

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    The corruption of leaders in high places — Rodney Toh

    SEPTEMBER 4 — Recent leadership research gleans from ancient texts to gain a new understanding of why good leaders fall once they achieve success. Scholars, for example,...