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  • Transgender persons deserve equal protection — Malaysian Bar

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    Transgender persons deserve equal protection — Malaysian Bar

  • Relax Malaysia, it's just a documentary — Goh Cia Yee

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    Relax Malaysia, it's just a documentary — Goh Cia Yee

  • Tuition: The life support of good grades? — Lyndon Lum Wai Khuen

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    Tuition: The life support of good grades? — Lyndon Lum Wai Khuen

  • Reviewing upcoming Covid-19 bill in Malaysian parliament — Fakhrurrazi Rashid

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    Reviewing upcoming Covid-19 bill in Malaysian parliament — Fakhrurrazi Rashid

  • Case reports on SOP breaches — Arvinder-Singh HS

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    Case reports on SOP breaches — Arvinder-Singh HS

  • Re-imagining the future of George Town's heritage —  Joshua Woo

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    Re-imagining the future of George Town's heritage — Joshua Woo

  • Something wicked this way comes — Howard Lee

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    Something wicked this way comes — Howard Lee

  • What trans people need is the license to be respected as human — Justice for Sisters

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    What trans people need is the license to be respected as human — Justice for Sisters

  • Happy Birthday Tun, it is not too late! — Mohammad A.H.

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    Happy Birthday Tun, it is not too late! — Mohammad A.H.

  • Zero tolerance for sexual harassment — CSO Platform for Reform

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    Zero tolerance for sexual harassment — CSO Platform for Reform

  • On migrants, mistreatment and Malaysia — Hafidz Baharom

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    On migrants, mistreatment and Malaysia — Hafidz Baharom

  • Life-changing healthcare breakthrough towards Malaysia 5.0 — Afifah Suhaimi

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    Life-changing healthcare breakthrough towards Malaysia 5.0 — Afifah Suhaimi

  • Standing in solidarity to save Arte Moris, Timor-Leste — Khoo Ying Hooi

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    Standing in solidarity to save Arte Moris, Timor-Leste — Khoo Ying Hooi

  • Victim blaming perpetuates silence, injustice — WCC

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    Victim blaming perpetuates silence, injustice — WCC

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  • Cultivating accountability and transparency during Covid-19 — Akhbar Satar

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    Cultivating accountability and transparency during Covid-19 — Akhbar Satar

    JULY 6 — The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is concerned about the outbreak of Covid-19 which would create opportunity for many integrity...

  • End intimidation of activists and respect freedom of expression and thought — Maria Chin Abdullah

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    End intimidation of activists and respect freedom of expression and thought — Maria Chin Abdullah

    JULY 6 — It is disappointing that the Perikatan Nasional government continues to intimidate and arrest activists based on flimsy excuses of differing views. The police action to...

  • Brain drain in Malaysia: Why Malaysians don’t want to come back home — Rueben Ananthan Santhana Dass

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    Brain drain in Malaysia: Why Malaysians don’t want to come back home — Rueben Ananthan Santhana Dass

    JULY 6 — I refer to an article published in the Malay Mail on the 25th of June 2020 titled ‘Malaysia losing talent it needs to climb world ladder, Fitch unit says’. The...

  • Should a Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat represent the ruling party? — Fakhrurrazi Rashid

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    Should a Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat represent the ruling party? — Fakhrurrazi Rashid

    JULY 6 — On June 27, 2020, Tan Sri Mohamad Ariff, the Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat, accepted Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyuddin Yassin’s proposal to terminate the service of the...

  • It’s legal to party-hop but is it morally right? — Leonard Yeoh and Nurul Qarirah

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    It’s legal to party-hop but is it morally right? — Leonard Yeoh and Nurul Qarirah

    JULY 6 — The calls for anti-hopping laws to be enacted in Malaysia are not exactly new. In fact, back in 1976 an opposition leader had proposed an anti-hopping law for the seats...

  • Should people spend more and worry less? — Jamari Mohtar and Farhan Kamarulzaman

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    Should people spend more and worry less? — Jamari Mohtar and Farhan Kamarulzaman

    JULY 6 — As the recovery movement control order (RMCO) introduced on June 10 allowed some relaxation measures to kick in, consumer spending which is expected to get a healthy...

  • We have freedom of speech, but not freedom after speech — Lara Ling

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    We have freedom of speech, but not freedom after speech — Lara Ling

    JULY 5 — Few rights are more precious to citizens the world over than the right to freedom of speech and freedom of expression. No matter who they are or where they live, no one...

  • Decolonising Penang’s history — Aziff Azuddin

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    Decolonising Penang’s history — Aziff Azuddin

    JULY 4 — Recently, national discourse has been rife with questions of historical revisionism and decolonisation. First, is the defacing of Francis Light’s statue in Penang....

  • The second economic wave of Covid-19 — Paolo Casadio, Hui Hon Chung and Geoffrey Williams

    1 week ago

    The second economic wave of Covid-19 — Paolo Casadio, Hui Hon Chung and Geoffrey Williams

    JULY 3 — With the number of Covid-19 cases in Malaysia apparently under control and the number of deaths at zero for nearly three weeks attention is turning to the economic...

  • Global wake-up call — António Guterres

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    Global wake-up call — António Guterres

    JULY 2 — From Covid-19 to climate disruption, from racial injustice to rising inequalities, we are a world in turmoil.   At the same time, we are an international...

  • It’s time for government-Opposition cooperation, not snap election — Fakhrurrazi Rashid

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    It’s time for government-Opposition cooperation, not snap election — Fakhrurrazi Rashid

    JULY 2 — Lately, various parties have been urging the Perikatan Nasional (PN) government to hold a snap election to resolve the government's political instability. Bersatu has...

  • Justifications of white collar criminals — Akhbar Satar

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    Justifications of white collar criminals — Akhbar Satar

    JULY 2 — According to the latest Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission statistics 1101 were arrested for corruption compared to 894 in 2018. This figure includes public...

  • Amid Covid-19 vaccine quest, Malaysia can be hub for innovative medicine — Chin Keat Chyuan

    1 week ago

    Amid Covid-19 vaccine quest, Malaysia can be hub for innovative medicine — Chin Keat Chyuan

    JULY 2 — As Malaysians grapple with the global coronavirus pandemic, the race is on to develop effective Covid-19 treatments and vaccines and to bring them to market as soon as...

  • The digital railroad — Rais Hussin

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    The digital railroad — Rais Hussin

    JULY 1 — My favorite character in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is neither Butch nor Sundance but Woodcock, whose undying loyalty is to EH Harriman of the Union Pacific...

  • Maybe end the class divide in preschool? — Hafidz Baharom

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    Maybe end the class divide in preschool? — Hafidz Baharom

    JULY 1 — The Malaysian Rural Development Ministry has mooted the setting up of privately managed middle-income nurseries and kindergartens to assist middle income earners cope...

  • Humility, resilience in time of uncertainty — Nur Ayuni Zainal Abidin

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    Humility, resilience in time of uncertainty — Nur Ayuni Zainal Abidin

    JULY 1 — 2020 has been a polarised year for Malaysia economically, politically, and socially. Reading mainstream media and social media reveal many issues that makes it feel...

  • No offence committed by creators or book publishers of 'Jata Negara art-work' — Lawyers for Liberty

    1 week ago

    No offence committed by creators or book publishers of 'Jata Negara art-work' — Lawyers for Liberty

    JULY 1 — We refer to the statement made by the Umno Youth Chief, Dr Asyraf Wajdi, who called for stern action to be taken against those responsible for publishing a book...

  • Is there hope for our air travel industry? — Jason Loh

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    Is there hope for our air travel industry? — Jason Loh

    JUNE 30 — As the air travel industry is hard hit by Covid-19 and with higher than average increases in the price of tickets, it’s unsurprising that the airline industry is...

  • Open letter to government of Malaysia — Your Ears and Heart

    1 week ago

    Open letter to government of Malaysia — Your Ears and Heart

    JUNE 30 — All the current sudden changes in life from this national health crisis (i.e., loss of routine, social/ physical disconnection, and disruption of education) can be an...