First published in the Malay Mail. By Tunku Zain Al-’Abidin, (c) 2016, Malay Mail Online (c) 2016 Last Monday, I spoke at the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) Social and Economic Research Council (SERC) Glo [...]
First published in The Star Online By Wan Saiful Wan Jan, (c) 2016, Star Media Group Berhad (c) 2016 Our founding fathers had the wisdom to choose a system that respects individual liberty, and chose liberal parliamentary democracy over illiberal  [...]
First published in Malaymail Online By Wan Saiful Wan Jan, (c) 2016, Malay Mail Online (c) 2016 If you have not watched the movie Redha yet, you should. It is a good film with a good storyline, different from typical Malay films today. I was invit [...]
First published in Malaymail Online By Tunku Zain Al-’Abidin, (c) 2016, Malay Mail Online (c) 2016 Like probably thousands of other Malaysians who were students overseas, I have been to some foreign cities (or little towns) more often than I have  [...]
First published in Malaymail Online By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz , (c) 2016, MALAY MAIL ONLINE  (c) 2016 A recurring theme in this column is the importance of institutions in building the nation: in particular those preserved and established by the Fed [...]
First published in The News On Sunday By Naveed Iftikhar , (c) 2016, The News International  (c) 2016 Some time ago, I came across a research report by Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs, Kuala Lumpur that mentioned a senior police offic [...]
First published in Malaymail Online By Amanda Yeo Yan Yi  , (c) 2016, MALAYMAIL ONLINE (c) 2016 I would like to address an ongoing problem for Malaysia: brain drain. As our economic growth slows down, it is challenging to stem the brain drain as l [...]
First published in Malaymail Online By Bernard Goh Teck Yang  , (c) 2016, MALAYMAIL ONLINE (c) 2016 In light of Syed Saddiq’s active involvement in current political affairs which have met with the disapproval of the government and those in power, [...]
First published in The Star Online  By G. Thomas, (c) 2016, Star Media Group Berhad (c) 2016 In arguing for liberal policies, Wan Saiful Wan Jan suggests that the national goal should be peace, which is seemingly less demanding than unity, integra [...]
First published in MalayMail Online  By Tunku Abidin Muhriz, (c) 2016, MALAYMAIL ONLINE (c) 2016 On Saturday, Rotaract District 3300 (Malaysia) asked me to be their patron for the year. It is the first time they are appointing one and I look forwa [...]
First published in Malaysiakini By Arisha Auji Kamarudin , (c) 2016, Malaysiakini (c) 2016 Money is the instrument of exchange, helping in buying and selling and also in fixing a value on things and commodities. It may be in metal or in paper. Wit [...]
First published in The Star By Wan Saiful Wan Jan, (c) 2016, The Star (c) 2016 It is possible that the attempt to create unity and integration, or the imposition of a ‘national’ identity, is actually one of the causes of discord and disharmony. La [...]