She Says/He Says: Why Do You Cheat?Claws out! This week, Malaysian Today takes a gander at gender - well, at least what each gender has to say about cheating. We take on two sides of each story, in hopes to give you a better understanding. Interested? Read on!
Freedom of speech is noble, but it must be tempered with sensitivity and tact; and with the recent allegations of two educators calling the non-Malays 'pendatang' (unwelcome migrants), it has become more important than ever to hold one's tongue for the greater good. The youth give their take on it.
As Malaysia gears itself to celebrate 53 years of Merdeka, one wonders what will it cost, literally, to be independent in the future?
They say every journey starts with the first step, and perhaps the steps taken by the 200-strong crowd would be the start to the journey by various child rights NGOs in the country: The fight against the trafficking of children for sexual purposes.
When a child is having a baby, and she is frightened because she suddenly realises the consequences of her actions do we support her? Or do we crucify her.... together with the infant? Would providing a baby hatch for the young mother to at least know that her child will be in safe hands be the right thing to do?