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Category: Thinking Aloud
Have you ever returned home, only to find that the dress you bought has a rip or a stain, an electrical item has a crack which you had not noticed in the shop? Maybe the vegetables looked fresh when you bought them, but some are withered.
At one time, the Kinta Heights tower block, built in 1982 was also known as “The 20 Storeys”. When it was commissioned, it became the highest building in Ipoh
When several handouts like BR1M are given to certain sections of the rakyat, it would be prudent to start a national debate on this apparent generosity of the government
When the Defence Minister, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, who is also the MP for Bagan Datoh in Perak, rallied Malaysians to unite against a common enemy, he was not disappointed
Many people are afraid of using lifts because they fear heights or being confined in an enclosed space. A few, who have been trapped in a lift, vow never to use the elevator again
Your friend confides in you; she is pale, admits that she has not been sleeping well and you have noticed that of late, she is jumpy and makes careless mistakes at work.
When Perak Menteri Besar Dato’ Seri DiRaja Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir heard that a ‘pocong’ or ‘hantu bungkus’ (wrapped ghost) had been seen roaming around Kampung Raja Bashah in Kuala Kurau, he could not help but quiver with laughter, rather than fear.
The altercation between self-styled motivational expert Sharifah Zohra Jabeen Syed Shah Miskin and law student Ms K.S. Bawani in a local university, the University Utara Malaysia (UUM) has provided an interesting glimpse into Malaysian student life. This was supposed to be a discourse between the panel of five experts and some 2300 students, but nothing [...]
We have been negligent in addressing the issues faced by the Orang Asli of Malaysia. We rob them of their ancestral lands and encroach on their way of life. Living in inaccessible and remote villages, dotted on the jungle fringes, Orang Asli children have physical barriers which impede their journey to school. Most of us [...]
Noor, not her real name, returned to Indonesia to look after an ailing relative. Several months later, when the relative had recovered, Noor contacted her former employer to see if she could return to work