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?
Joan Lau of the Malay Mail wrote a brilliant commentary on their website on how we are all racists. And honestly, I love this one quote she wrote: We, as communities, fight for our “rights” and are not willing to give a centimetre because we think in previous times we have already given away too … Continue reading If everyone’s racist…
It seems the country is divided on whether Malaysia should sign the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (ICERD). So, I would do what I usually do first — open up a web browser, google it, read a Wikipedia page and subsequently the links attached. And this is what I … Continue reading Letter – Can ICERD undo xenophobic barriers?
A caucus, approval delays, sabotaging Lynas? By Hafidz Baharom Since last week, it is as if the government insists on shifting goalposts when it comes to the Lynas Advanced Material Plant in Gebeng. Not only did the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (Mestecc) under Yeo Bee Yin put the company into … Continue reading Letter – A caucus, approval delays, sabotaging Lynas?