By Tricia Yeoh. First published in The Sun on 27 May 2015 Malaysians have finally woken up to the cruel plight faced by refugees and migrant workers following the consecutive events of the last few weeks. The most disconcerting has been the discov [...]
by Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz. First published in The Malay Mail and the Borneo Post 22 May 2015 Since before human beings invented writing, there have been individuals, families and communities who have uprooted themselves from their homeland to  [...]
by Hafiz Noor Shams. First published in The Malay Mail Online 21 May 2015 I had a short consulting stint once long ago with a small firm. A lot of consultants like sexy terms but the one phrase that comes to my mind today is “analysis paralysis”:  [...]
by Tricia Yeoh. First published in The Sun on 30 April 2015. Over the weekend, I travelled to Kuala Krai in Kelantan, which was one of the worst hit areas as a result of the floods last December. Five months later, many families are still left in  [...]
by Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz. First published in The Malay 24 April 2015 Lately diverse organisations have invited me to address audiences on the topic of healing the nation, so from a base text I have made suitable amendments: the symbolism of J [...]