Opinion

An honourable DNF

Friends made bets with me that I would be at the first coffee shop along the route and would not…

2 days ago

Where am AI?

The biggest AI companies in the world are those leading in R&D and application of AI innovations, and most of…

4 days ago

British Parliament swings open with 90 minority ethnic MPs

BRITAIN witnessed a visible jump in minority representation in the recently concluded General Election 2024, with the Labour Party winning…

4 days ago

Friday Jottings: An unwitting tribute to a legacy

TUN Dr Mahathir Mohamad turned 99 a couple of days ago. His being just one year short of becoming a…

6 days ago

Easter Island collapse gets a fresh examination

How we interpret that lost civilisation has changed over time. New information suggests resilience in the face of adversity  THERE…

7 days ago

Asian air travel faces a long, cold summer

ASIAN travellers don’t seem ready to return to the skies. If there’s any hope for the region’s airlines, it’s that this…

7 days ago

Media in the modern world: Culture, globalisation and power

  Unpacking the relationship between media influence, cultural identity and global connectivity   by DZUL A MAT NOOR   IN…

1 week ago

The habitual path to success and wellbeing

Our habits and lifestyle choices play a crucial role in shaping our journey towards success or failure  OUR habits define…

1 week ago

Trying to kill China tech only makes it stronger

IN TRYING to block China’s climb up the ladder of technological sophistication, the US may inadvertently be giving its rival…

1 week ago

Savage A-G report, but does anything change?

Given the ongoing abuses and mismanagement, the relevance of those audit reports is increasingly questionable  THE River of Life project…

1 week ago

They navigate highways without GPS

SUNDAY morning, a group of old men gathered under the sprawling shade of the jacaranda — or is it a…

1 week ago

Friday Jottings: Too much spin, spinning too much

IT IS disingenuous on the part of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (picture) to woe and lament over what…

2 weeks ago

A self-confident Asia charts its own course

FROM India to Indonesia, Asian nations are becoming less reliant on the West. There is a new self-confidence emerging, as they…

2 weeks ago