My Sinchew/ Opinion

New storms emerge

Two major component parties of Pakatan Rakyat have recently made two major decisions. First of all, PKR has officially backed party leader Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail to replace Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim as Selangor Menteri Besar. Secondly, Sarawak DAP has decided not to be involved in any activities organised by the coalition and PAS.

Let there be justice...

Finally, the world has seen his real face. A Ukrainian rebel leader by the name of Alexander Borodai.

Stay together

Such kind of mutual encouragement, as well as the noble spirit of unity with love are worthy of our commendation and learning.

Learn to love, not hate

Our needs more love, not hatred. This is very simple, but many have forgotten how to love as they cite one thousand and one reasons to hate.

May justice be served

As Malaysia is the country owning the airlines, while the Netherlands is having the greatest number of victims, the two countries should unite and push for transparent and fair handling of the incidents to seek justice for the dead.

Stand united as Malaysian

Prayers is all we could offer, there is very little we could do to help in recovering the bodies or the dignity of the victim.

What else can we do?

If we really want to blame, we should blame the culprit causing the crash. Who fired the missile? Who provided the weapon?

Bringing solace to the grieving

Before we have even got over with the mysterious disappearance of MH370, another of our national airliner was downed in Ukraine, all 298 on board killed.

5 things we learn from the Kiki incident

When Siti Fairrah Ashykin a.k.a. Kiki is not mad, she can look perfectly normal, a competent wedding planner.

No tolerance to bullying

Although the Chinese community has generally disgraced the Malay woman driver's behaviour of bullying an old man, her behaviour is actually closely related to her personal upbringing, and should not be racialised.