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By Max Herriman Just over a week ago, the Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, said that he wants small...

Why the Philippine government’s failure to understand their people results in poor adherence to social distancing. By Jeremiah Capacillo

On the search for your special someone, remember to look in the mirror first By Allyza Quirante
How Softbank Could Have Created Real Economic Value

Navonil Roy The SoftBank playbook for its Vision Fund has been mainly focused on investments in digital service...
Make Pkbn Or The National Service Program In Brunei Compulsory

With “job choosiness”, “lack of training” and “poor working ethics” identified as possible...
Ethics In Business: When Broken Souls Walk Our Corridors

Have you ever been brought down to the depth of your chaotic heart and soul that you feel so broken, lost and alienated in...
The Race Of Our Lives: Thoughts On A Manila Grand Prix

A Manila Grand Prix would be a dream. But first, better sewage, right? The most tantalising news in the past couple of weeks has got...
Ethics in Business: The dethroning of our value system

“So I have just one wish for you – the good luck to be somewhere where you are free to maintain the kind of...
Interview: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on New Malaysia and the rule of law

Transcript of full interview with Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad Firoz: Our first question is about the "New Malaysia." You’ve fought very, very...
Change in Malaysia – Please, just fix the saddle!

Reform – Separation of Executive - Legislative and Judiciary. These are some of the current buzz words in our political discourse in Malaysia these...
Health sector challenges for the new government

A friend from United Kingdom was mocking my friends and me on the eve of our 14th general elections, saying sarcastically that we Malaysians...
What the Malaysian election means to me

The year 2018, it was 9th May – I went into the day with much hope for the future of my country, Malaysia. I...
Axiata makes a Foray into the Digital Space

Malaysia-based Axiata Group, one of the largest telecom operators in Asia, recently revealed a record-high 2016 revenue of 21.6 billion ringgit, an 8.5-per cent...

Innovation and disruptive thinking have a long tradition in the US, and in most cases this also inspires people in other parts of the...
In grief comes clarity – a tribute

Ever been in a place in your life where hope and doubt is indiscernible? Been with people where truth and falsehood seem unrecognisable? Seen events where...
‘Education in Malaysia must move towards technology’ – Interview

We interview the Chairman and Pro-Chancellor of KPJ Healthcare University College (KPJUC), Tan Sri Siti Sadiah Sheikh Bakir, on what it takes to become...
Suu Kyi to get prime minister-like role in Myanmar government

Aung San Suu Kyi, a recent recipient of the Harvard humanitarian of the year award and a Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1991 in...
Setting up shop in the Philippines

Multinational corporations (MNCs) are finding it increasingly harder to survive in an evermore competitive global economy. The challenges decision makers of the world’s leading...