Not that he cannot be contacted; the party has lost its memory

It was only a casual on-line post but the mixed views expressed by Dr Tan Seng Giaw on the Penang situation seemed to be right to the point. Then Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng claimed that Dr Tan...

Chua Thian Hee: BN leaders shouldn’t touch on sensitive issues lest affecting non-Malay voters

Kangar, June 28 – MCA Arau division chief Chua Thian Hee urged leaders of Barisan Nasional component parties not to raise sensitive issues especially issues regarding the cooperation between Umno and PAS and also RUU355 as the general election...

Draw up long term guideline to achieve win-win

On 13 Feb, the Immigration Department implemented Enforcement Card (E-kad) for illegal foreign workers in the Peninsula Malaysia for those coming from 15 countries without any documentation to apply. The department has also re-iterated many months that it would...

Joint celebration of festive season fosters unity

Muslims are celebrating Hari Raya now and the entire nation is filled with festive mood. This has cushioned off the hostilities and conflicts arising from political tussle on the home front. At the same time provided a platform to...

A champion in talking

Before the 2008 general election, the then Penang DAP secretary Law Heng Kiang declared that if the Rocket came to rule Penang, parking fees would be abolished across the board. What has happened now? There is no need for...

Liow Tiong Lai: The epitome of Malaysian cultural scene “Bentong Cultural Street is not a night market”

Bentong, June 26 – Transport Minister cum Member of Parliament for Bentong Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai stressed that the cultural street is not a night market (pasar malam) as had been described by the dissenters. He said cultural...

Penang has no problems?

It is common that the ruling and opposition parties gun at each other. Nothing surprising. A few days ago, Barisan Nasional’s strategic communications team said Penang is a failed state. DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang and his party leaders...

The point of no return

The proposed amendments to the Shariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 (RUU355) has already been tabled in the Parliament for first reading, recently PKR president Wan Azizah uttered that “God’s laws cannot be violated”, it is very obvious that...

Liow Tiong Lai: Time to review on building additional Chinese primary schools after solving the problem of shortage of teachers

(Kuala Lumpur, 23 June) After MCA’s help in resolving shortage of Chinese primary school teachers, a problem which has been around for years, MCA president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai says it is time to explore building Chinese primary...

Vote for the rocket, and it will tear down your shop?

Tanjung Sepat Lover’s Bridge restaurants were demolished by District and Land Office recently, sympathizers of the restaurants had posted the video clipping of the incident on social media and it has become a hot topic for discussion and widely...