by Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz. First published in The Malay Mail 31 July 2015 Things are moving so rapidly that by the time this is published some of the issues raised here might have evolved, escalated, been resolved, diverted or taken over by ot [...]
Written by Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz. First published in The Malay Mail on 24 July 2015 AS the first day of Syawal 1436 fell on a Friday – the day of the weekly congregational prayer – some adjustments were made to the established Raya itinerary. [...]
By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz. First published in The Malay Mail on 17 July 2015. I used to frequent Low Yat Plaza quite regularly during the school holidays to obtain computer software and hardware for friends in England, before the days when fas [...]
by Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz. First published in The Malay Mail 11 July 2015 As Ramadhan comes to a close, predictions about what will happen to our country after Raya have been accelerating both in terms of volume and the certainty with which pe [...]
by Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz. First published in The Malay Mail 24 June 2015 My previous references to the SEA Games highlighted that it is the most successful regularly-organised multi-nation event in the region, and (perhaps tellingly) has noth [...]
by Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz. A version was published as “The importance of checks and balances” in The Malay Mail 12 June 2015 When you don’t like a person or organisation, you are ever ready to express your disapproval when th [...]