My Sinchew/ Opinion

Dangerous precedents

Many people give their thumbs-up to Sarawak chief minister Adenan Satem, who has become a very rare breed especially over here in West Malaysia.


Spare a thought for LCW

If we have stood behind him before, there is no reason we should forsake him now.


Urgent probe needed on doping scandal

To many Malaysians, although Datuk Lee Chong Wei may not be that perfect, he is nevertheless a national athlete idolized by many.


Widodo's challenges

Racial and religious relations in Indonesia have been harmonious but there are signs recently showing the rise of extremist forces, which could harm social tolerance.


Structural corruption

It seems that the government is serious about combating corruption this time, with enforcers from the Customs Dept, home ministry, police and local authorities taking turns to face charges in court.


Be cautious in words and deeds

Changing the existing multi-stream education to a single-stream school policy will not only violate the Constitution, but could also cause racial tension.


Malaysia's glory and awakening

How is a country going to convince the international community if it cannot even win confidence of its own people?


No one can stay out

The Health Ministry has learned a painful lesson from the Nipah virus and SARS in the past and thus, it adopts a proactive strategy against the deadly Ebola virus this time by identifying three hospitals to treat infected patients and training a professional medical team.


Democracy movements face tests

However, the people must understand that the pursuit of democracy is not for Pakatan Rakyat or anyone, but the welfare of the country and the next generation.


"Holy war" crisis in the making

After the September 11 incident more than a decade ago, the Untied States waged a war against Afghanistan to exterminate Osama bin Laden along with a-Qaeda and the Taliban.