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November 29, 2020 Opinion
Rev. Dr. Peter Abas One of the four essential themes is the existence of a painful void. This essential theme of the existence of a painful void is fully explained through the feeling of emptiness, a feeling of a need to fill an empty hole, and a feeling of incompleteness.   As Sonia describes “loneliness is a kind of emptiness; an empty feeling of being alone and abandoned.” A feeling of emptiness. The incidental theme of having a feeling of emptiness becomes one of the most significant commonalities explored among the participants. These participants profoundly associated feelings experienced while in the state of loneliness with definite and pronounced feelings of emptiness.
November 29, 2020 Opinion
IS BUDGET 2021 inclusive towards every income group and individuals especially new graduates? Recently, Budget 2021 was announced by Datuk Seri Tengku Zafrul Abdul Aziz. The total amount of the stimulus packages allocated is RM322.5 billion.
November 29, 2020 Opinion
WHILE Covid-19 will cause a significant economic impact with potential GDP contractions in 2020 that will likely spill over to 2021, the long-term fundamentals of the 10 Asean member states are on the cusp of a tremendous leap forward in socio-economic progress.
November 29, 2020 Opinion
A TRAGIC fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic is the fate of a child born overseas to a Malaysian mother married to a foreigner. The child’s birth cannot be registered at a Malaysian consulate. As a consequence, the child cannot acquire Malaysian citizenship.
November 29, 2020 Opinion
WELL it’s been a long time. I have rather lost my mojo with all the changes to flights and rules, and wish I had braved Boris’s Not So Brave New World and gone back home to UK a month ago.
November 29, 2020 Opinion
Kampong dad better than political leaders.The poorest kampong dad has dreams for his children and would work his fingers to the bone to give them the best possible chance in life, to escape from poverty, to become successful and be somebody in life.
November 22, 2020 Opinion
WHAT does the future of our concentration and collaboration look like? When last were you in the concentration zone and able to deliver a seriously productive day? Perhaps a more important question is where – was it at the office or from home? If the previous decade saw the ubiquitous rise of the open office, the coming one will see the complete decentralisation of the workplace.
November 22, 2020 Opinion
YOU thought I’d left, didn’t you? Well, I’m still here, and hoping to get on a plane or two on 6th December.  And spend Christmas with some of my family across the oceans, and tidy my garden (like Candide) and get the roof fixed. Lots to do, and I am itching to get on with it. Coming back now. That will prove a challenge. I have not yet decided when – quarantine in a hotel is putting me off, and I hope that that will change and I will be able to keep myself to myself in my apartment instead.
November 22, 2020 Opinion
GREEN with a high dose of envy for Sarawak’s latest 2 achievements. First was that our sister state will study on the establishment of sovereign wealth on 15 November. Second, much more significant, is that Sarawak has embarked on and will be capable of exporting 1,000-ton hydrogen by 2023. This plant has sufficient capacity for 10,000 tons. These 2 economic developments highlight Sarawak’s high level of astute economic leadership, vision and desire to cultivate economic pride for their state. These virtues are grossly lacing in most Sabahan leaders.
November 22, 2020 Opinion
REMOTE work has been there for a long time, but Covid-19 speed up popularizing remote work in the corporate world. One of the most significant changes this year for many workforces is teams, and employees start to work from home.
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