If an institution as important as the Election Commission does not enjoy the confidence of the people, then it needs to seriously and sincerely address this scepticism to be relevant.
Who voters choose, and why, is something that even the voters themselves are not very clear about sometimes.
The manifestos by Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat for this election are surprisingly similar, so what’s different between the two coalitions?
Did you know that yesterday was Tabletop Day? As in old-fashioned, table-top games with no screens, no mouse-clicks and no electronics. How cool is that?
In a democracy, the people’s vote is ‘sacred’ but that has never stopped unscrupulous politicians from buying votes.
Will the proposed high-speed rail connection between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore make more expatriates of Malaysians?
An entertaining Malaysian movie with a deep, thought-provoking story is a rare creature, but Bunohan should inspire us to strive toward greater heights.
Another Malaysian migrates, and it makes you wonder. Is the grass really greener yonder on the other side?
There are lots of high-definition TV sets out there but no local terrestial stations broadcasting in HD yet. What gives?
Economic incentives are incredibly difficult to conceptualise and implement — even if all you want to do is to give something for free.
Malaysians are now voracious readers it seems. Yet, we cannot translate that into success on the world stage. Why not, wonders our columnist.