Maybe end the class divide in preschool?

Maybe end the class divide in preschool? by Hafidz Baharom The Malaysian Rural Development Ministry has mooted the setting up of privately managed middle-income nurseries and kindergartens to assist middle income earners cope with the cost of living. Reported by the Malay Mail’s Emmanuel Santa Maria Chin, minister Datuk Dr Abdul Latiff Ahmad said the … Continue reading Maybe end the class divide in preschool?

How to curb drink driving in Malaysia

How to curb drink driving in Malaysia By Hafidz Baharom In the recent months, drink driving became a perceptibly important issue due to press coverage. From a statistical point of view for the cause of accidents in Malaysia, drink driving ranks one of the lowest causes of deadly accidents in the country. However, the prominence … Continue reading How to curb drink driving in Malaysia

Pakatan needs to move on from Mahathir and Anwar

And once again, Pakatan Harapan is torn apart in the question that plagued their 22 month rule of Malaysia. Since winning the last general election and the release of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim from prison, the question of when the PKR president will take over the premiership of the country. Unfortunately, that question continued to … Continue reading Pakatan needs to move on from Mahathir and Anwar

Retirement age and unemployment

By Hafidz Baharom If there were any more divisive topic beyond politics, it would be about age - the age of voting, driving, drinking, smoking, withdrawing our Employee Providence Fund (EPF) monies, and finally - retirement. The government is now in the process of studying whether or not to raise the official retirement age of … Continue reading Retirement age and unemployment

Unity can’t happen in silos, needs common ground

By Hafidz Baharom In the past week, views have been published in the media about how Malaysia has become a mess, with some even saying the country is dying. As melodramatic as it is to the point of being worthy of a Cerekarama script, Malaysia does have a problem. However, do people really want it … Continue reading Unity can’t happen in silos, needs common ground

Kids having meals together is a damn good idea

Kids having breakfast together is a good idea By Hafidz Baharom Some might have noticed that the Malaysians Minister for Education Maszlee Malik decided to have schools provide a free breakfast for kids in all schools here beginning January 2020. To implement this, Maszlee said that the cash would be funded by the sugar beverage … Continue reading Kids having meals together is a damn good idea