By Tunku Abidin Muhriz, The Sun, 17 September, 2010 Apart from formal observances that have long been established, such as the display of the alat kebesaran or royal regali [...]
By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz After craving a kebab for months I have been on a devouring spree that will require many weeks of squash to undo.  I am in Istanbul, European Capital  [...]
By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz We are so inundated with cheap machine-made goods that it’s easy to be ignorant about how much work goes into traditional handmade products. From fast food to self-assembly furniture, it’s possible to  [...]
By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz It’s been a busy couple of weeks.  I’ve marked about a ream of students’ papers, resurrected a couple of book projects, made headway with a new media project and, amidst having to defend my colleagues’ [...]
By Kwek Kon Yao Following the resignation of ntv7 producer Joshua Wong last month amidst allegations of political interference and media censorship, supporters of Wong were quick to jump to his defence in the name of free speech. T [...]
Oleh Wan Saiful Wan Jan Kota Washington DC dipenuhi pemimpin dunia dan pegawai-pegawai tinggi daripada pelbagai negara sepanjang sidang kemuncak keselamatan nuklear yang berlangsung pada pertengahan April. Seperti yang diketahui, P [...]
Oleh Noor Amin Ahmad Akhir Februari lalu saya diminta oleh Wan Saiful Wan Jan, Ketua Eksekutif Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) untuk mewakilinya menjadi seorang panelis dalam satu forum bertajuk “Polit [...]
By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz A grammatical point to prefix this article: the proper name for the day on which we commemorate our fallen heroes is “Warriors’ Day” – with the possessive apostrophe after the “s”, i.e. a day for many  [...]