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November 21, 2021 Opinion
SOME people who watched Squid Game, a Netflix South Korean drama series, may not initially appreciate the significance of the plot obscured as it is by the gory violence and death scenes. However, when we pay closer attention to the background scenario of the cramped flats and pitiful elderly folks that’s ubiquitous throughout the episodes, we would come to realise that low-income households in South Korea are struggling to meet the rising cost of living – which result in rising household indebtedness, among other things.  .
November 21, 2021 Opinion
THE Pakatan Harapan’s memorandum to Chief Minister Datuk Seri Hajiji Mohd Noor falls far short of my expectation.
November 21, 2021 Opinion
An inclusive History syllabus should build national identity and mould a universal man. Teaching students their country’s cultural and social heritage instils a sense of pride in them. Knowledge of what shaped neighbouring lands and those further afield broadens young minds, so when they eventually step out into the world, they can hold their own.
November 14, 2021 Opinion
Sabah’s paltry income slows down economic recovery. During my recent visit to several places in west Malaysia, realisation has dawned on me that economic recovery in west Malaysia is outpacing Sabah’s by leaps and bounds. The gap of recovery will be very uneven mainly because Sabah lacks income parity with west Malaysia. Sabah’s disposal income is a paltry.
November 07, 2021 Opinion
The secret of making money is very simple: buy low, sell high. Winners have a good asset allocation strategy, plus luck. Losers do the opposite – they sell low, buy high.
November 07, 2021 Opinion
On 1st July, 2021, President Xi Jinping addressed the Chinese nation at a ceremony commemorating the centenary of the Communist Party of China. In his speech he traced the struggles of the Chinese people and the CPC from the turn of the last century, and lauded the achievements of the Chinese people since. Apart from the phrase, ‘socialism with Chinese characteristics, the following words received the most coverage in the Western press:.
October 31, 2021 Opinion
ALTHOUGH the flexibility offered by the gig economy has encouraged more Malaysians to be self-employed during recent years, the Covid-19 pandemic reveals the vulnerability of the social protection system in Malaysia.
October 31, 2021 Opinion
Malaysia’s federal political Détente is an exciting development. Malaysia’s muddy politics in the last few years has finally started to clear and may birth some lasting economic benefits for all Malaysians. Above all, this will put national building to the forefront.
October 24, 2021 Opinion
THE process of redemption to restore the rights of Sabah and Sarawak under the Federal Consti­tution and the Malaysia Agreement 1963 must be viewed as urgent.
October 24, 2021 Opinion
“THE proof of the pudding is in the eating” is an ancient proverb. For those who may not be familiar with it, here is the meaning – “the real value of something can be judged only from practical experience or results and not from appearance or theory”. Or empty promises in Sabah’s case.
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