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As Anwar Ibrahim heads to Kajang for a crucial by-election next month, he could hope to be like the satay the Selangor town is famous for — spicy and sought-after.
China's newly created National Security Commission (NSC), a top decision-making body headed by the three most powerful men in the country, will have the dual role of protecting the country's security and safeguarding the ruling status of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Hong Kong is currently consulting the public on its population policy. The policy paper is a very informative and educational document, full of useful statistics and asks what the citizens want for their own people, in terms of quantity and quality.
A Chinese New Year satirical video has sparked the latest political squabble dividing Malaysians, at a time when the government and opposition are moving toward potentially historic reconciliation talks.
Reading the Chinese official press every day, one gets the impression that China is the most powerful nation on the planet (after the United States of course); its leadership can dictate the agenda to its neighbors, friends (very few) and foes alike.
Did anyone really not expect this? Reporters Without Borders docks the United States 14 places versus last year — from 32nd to 46th worldwide — in its 2014 World Press Freedom Index.
This Valentine's Day will bring another leap in accidental teenage pregnancies; we need proper sex education to tackle a problem that is ruining too many lives
The choice of Adenan Satem as Sarawak's next chief minister reflects Taib Mahmud's instinct for survival as he prepares to ride into the sunset.
When a bomb went off one Sunday night in April 1964 at Jalan Rebong in Kampung Ubi (Ubi Village), the impact was so large that I could feel it from my home in Geylang Serai a kilometer away.
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Public sentiment, coupled with government action, can make a difference in protecting innocent children from bullies.
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