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Malay Dignity Congress – PM Mahathir Pretends To Be Upset For Being Called A Racist

Mahathir was a master strategist. He was also a brilliant strategist at toying peoples’ emotion, especially his fellow Malay community. But it appears he is still stuck in the 1980s mentality, not being able to play other cards except racial and religious extremism. It’s also true that he no longer has the advantage of using […]

... written on Oct 27 2019

Can You Solve These Singapore PSLE Maths Questions Which Left Some Primary-6 Students In Tears?

Chinese students are said to be quite brilliant in Mathematics. However, the level of proficiency varies widely among them. So while students from Malaysian SJKC Chinese vernacular school have a better grasp of Maths, they would struggle at Singapore’s Maths, unless they learn Olympiad Maths. Still, both Malaysian and Singapore Chinese students are miles behind […]

... written on Oct 06 2019

Mahathir’s Fishing Trip Is Over – Zakir Naik The Foolish Bait Is Waiting To Be Deported

Zakir Naik is toast. And it’s hard to see how he can still be protected after what he has – stupidly – done. Has anybody noticed that until today, the two top guns of UMNO – Najib Razak and Zahid Hamidi – have yet to defend the controversial Indian Islamic preacher accused of spreading hate […]

... written on Aug 19 2019

How Mahathir Uses Khat & Zakir To Promote Himself As The Greatest Hero Of Malays & Islam

Mahathir said – “I still remembered the time when we were about to achieve independence. The non-Malays at the time found it difficult to learn Jawi so we made the decision to use the Roman script to make it easier for non-Malays. Malays still need to learn Jawi because they need to read the Quran. Why […]

... written on Aug 14 2019

Forget Khat Jawi – Vietnam The Top Producer Of Programmers, Even Myanmar Has Started Computer Coding For Kids

As far back as 1988, the then-Education Minister Anwar Ibrahim announced that computer skills and programming would be part of the country’s curriculum by 1990. It was the period where the Internet had yet to exist and now-obsolete 5.25 inch floppy disk with a capacity of only 1.2-Megabyte ruled the land. Anyone with knowledge of […]

... written on Aug 07 2019

Shoe Minister Maszlee Should Expose Students To Writing Computer Programs, Not Khat Writing

Like it or not, the hard truth is once you step out of Malaysian soil, the Malay language becomes useless and worthless, unless of course you travel to Indonesia or Brunei or to a certain extent – Singapore. Interestingly, Malay still retains the status of national language in Singapore as the language was historically the […]

... written on Aug 04 2019

Economists Thought China’s Economy Depends On The World – But McKinsey Research Shows Otherwise

Legend says that Chinese civilization is 5,000 years old. But some argued they were only 3,200 years old. Regardless, the fact remains that while the Chinese civilization survives thousands of years, the Roman Empire did not. Throughout the history, the empires and kingdoms of ancient China had gone through uncountable collapses and rises.   So when […]

... written on Jul 16 2019

Unrecognised Doctors Wanted To Contribute & Pay Taxes But Mahathir’s Health Minister Isn’t Interested

It’s been 14 months since Pakatan Harapan (PH) took over. The jubilant and exuberant spirit has long gone. Nowadays when PH politicians speak, people start grumbling about promises not fulfilled. How are people to trust a government that doesn’t fulfill it’s manifesto’s promises? Do they think people are fools to be taken for a ride? […]

... written on Jul 14 2019

Here’s Why Former “Iron Lady” Rafidah Should Be Appointed As First Woman Higher Education Minister

After history was made with the swearing in of Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail last year as the country’s first female deputy prime minister, more women have been entrusted and empowered with top positions never seen before. In May this year, Malaysia saw the appointment of Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat as the country’s first woman […]

... written on Jul 10 2019

English The Most Valuable Language For Children – But Second Place Mandarin Chinese Is Catching Up

According to language translating website Babbel, Mandarin was the most widely spoken language in the world last year – spoke by 1.2 billion people worldwide. Interestingly, Spanish – not English – is the second-most spoken language, attracting about 400 million speakers. Despite being the “lingua Franca” of business, travel and international relations, English was the third most […]

... written on Jul 01 2019









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