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Alfred Russel Wallace (A.R. Wallace) was a British naturalist and explorer famed for having developed his own theory of evolution by natural … More
KAJANG: Who doesn’t think of satay at the mere mention of Kajang? Those succulent skewers of char-grilled marinated meat dipped … More
There are massive questions about Pakatan Harapan’s future. Pakatan’s past is far more substantial than decorative despite its disappointing present. The speed of recovery will be decided by how adaptable what’s left of Pakatan can be.
Again, that’s for its leaders to decide.
As for regular voters who love democracy, and are here for the long run, Malaysia’s better for the Pakatan experiment.
We should thank the coalition for services rendered.
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Za’ba’s thoughts were beyond his time, and with this foresight and wisdom, he produced writings that inspired society on the importance of knowledge and education. A teacher, writer, linguist, philosopher, political figure and economic thinker who had vastly contributed to the progress of race and country.
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Many feel the ghost of the New Order still haunts the halls of power. A number of retired generals, members of the elite and cronies who gained influence during Soeharto’s decades-long reign have secured strategic positions in Jokowi’s administration, even today, thanks to the long-standing practice of political transactions among the country’s oligarchs.
Young Chinese Indonesians must stand with their non-ethnic Chinese friends, the underprivileged, and all other minorities, and set the course of their own journey. Only then will walls and boxes of disparities disappear.