Archive for May, 2024

Can Malaysia make a distinctive contribution to global inter-religious, inter-cultural and inter-civilisational dialogue, understanding and harmony?

I welcome the “warmest greeting” of the Association of Churches in Sarawak to the Buddhist Community on Wesak Day 2024.

In his message, the Chairman of the Association, the Rt. Rev Datuk Danald Jute said: Read the rest of this entry »

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To improve Malaysia’s ranking on the Social Progress Index is to further Karpal’s legacy

Malaysia needs more towering Malaysians like Karpal Singh to save the nation from the fate of a failed, divided and kleptocratic state.

Karpal has inspired Malaysians on justice, the rule of law, human rights and good governance as seen by the large crowds at two events to commemorate the tenth anniversary of his untimely passing a decade ago — the Karpal Singh Legacy Walk at Persiaran Karpal Singh and the Honouring Karpal Singh Forum — both in Penang yesterday. Read the rest of this entry »

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History was made in KKB yesterday

History was made in Kuala Kubu Baharu yesterday.

The two memorials for former Selangor State Assemblywoman Lee Kee Hiong — one last Monday by the cultural group in KKB and the other by the people of all races and religions in KKB on Thursday night — were history-making, as well as the two DAP branches in Hulu Selangor formed by Angkatan Tentera Malaysia (ATM) veterans.

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