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Stories by Stanley Koh

| September 20, 2012
rafizi ong tee kiat

Can PKR's Rafizi Ramli persuade loyal Pandan voters to veer away from their hardworking two-term Barisan Nasional MP Ong... More ››

| September 17, 2012

What is the role of the citizen in a society where injustice reigns? More ››

| September 13, 2012
Tan Koon Swan

Was the former MCA president's political career cut short due to a hideous plan? More ››

| August 30, 2012

The Hungry Ghost Festival is an occasion to harmonise separate dimensions of existence. More ››

| August 27, 2012

Is there any truth in the Chinese folklore that during the Zhong Yuan festival the gates of hell are... More ››

| August 21, 2012
accident site_file pix

The bodies continue to pile up on Malaysian roads and the Transport Ministry must move into high gear to... More ››

| August 14, 2012

Why does a debate on patriotism, deriving from the Greek word, 'patriarch' meaning 'fatherland' can easily shake, rattle and... More ››

| August 3, 2012

By any other name, inflation has been colourfully described as a violent mugger, as frightening as an armed robber... More ››

| July 31, 2012

There are no ready solutions, but policy-makers must address such problems as the break-up of traditional family institutions, the... More ››

| July 19, 2012
Malaysian new

Of what use is physical and economic development if we are bereft of social capital? More ››

| July 10, 2012
Bandar Kuala Lumpur-20120705-01622

MCA’s attack on the Selangor government spooks party veterans. More ››

| July 6, 2012

The government’s plan to introduce a wellbeing index provokes some tough questions from our writer. More ››

| June 26, 2012
bersih rally_crowd sitting near dataran

Contrary to what BN leaders are saying, they are very much a part of the Malaysian tradition of opposing... More ››

| June 21, 2012

Barisan Nasional scaremongers will continue to flog Pakatan Rakyat's 'inexperience', but Malaysians must use reason and logic when the... More ››

| June 14, 2012
guan eng soi lek debate

It will be just another fact-fogging contest. More ››

| June 7, 2012
Mic Election

Despite its money, machinery and media, the party is still seen as having a poor chance of making a... More ››

| May 16, 2012
Tunku Abdul Aziz

MCA top guns are strangely silent about Tunku Aziz’s resignation from the party it loves to hate. More ››

| May 12, 2012
Pic 8

BN’s reaction to Bersih 3.0 appears to strengthen the call for another rally. More ››

| April 16, 2012
empty class room fmt pic

The problem of teacher shortage has been outstanding for three decades, and Wee Ka Siong deserves more than a... More ››

| April 4, 2012
Salleh Abas

In this second and final part of the story behind the writing of 'May Day for Justice', our writer... More ››

| April 3, 2012
Salleh Abas

In this first of a two-part article, our writer digs up a seminar presentation by the late K Das,... More ››

| March 21, 2012
B Merah

Will the Gebeng story be a replay of the tragic saga that began in 1979 and is yet to... More ››

| March 8, 2012
Mca Chinese

The party has not always been a wimp, a letter from the archives shows. More ››

| March 2, 2012
chinese mca gerakan

Our writer digs into the archives to trace the ups and downs – but mostly downs – in the... More ››

| February 23, 2012
guan eng soi lek debate

While the MCA vs DAP debate fell mostly flat, what is interesting is the feedback and commentaries from political... More ››

| February 20, 2012
guan eng soi lek debate

The anticipated MCA vs DAP debate on the future of the Chinese added little value to the analysis of... More ››

| February 17, 2012

A confidential report post 2008 elections noted that MCA "never" had the support in Chinese dominated constituencies in the... More ››

| February 14, 2012
MCA Chinese

Way back in 1988 MCA was told, via a classified paper, that people were clamouring for change and 'expected... More ››

| February 3, 2012
Perkasa Ibrahim Ali white angpau MCA rep

The white ang pow fiasco is likely to haunt MCA right through the next election. More ››

| January 22, 2012

As inflation persists, Malaysian Chinese have to sacrifice some customary practices when they welcome the Year of the Water... More ››

| January 12, 2012
chua soi lek MCA

The party’s publicity machinery has been working overtime since Chua Soi Lek took over the presidency, but its efforts... More ››

| January 4, 2012
Mayan calendar file pix

According to some, none of us will live to see next Christmas, but even experts disagree on the meaning... More ››

| December 28, 2011
King Ghaz2

In this last week of 2011, we will be re-publishing selected stories carried in FMT throughout this year. We... More ››

| December 16, 2011
ahli umno

The raving and ranting at the recent Umno general assembly showed us that the party is a cornered animal. More ››

| December 1, 2011
chua soi lek MCA

There is disenchantment in the state because president Chua seems to be marginalising Lim Siang Chai and those close... More ››

| November 13, 2011

Chinese astrologers have no clear answer about what to expect next year. There may be turmoil ahead, or there... More ››

| November 10, 2011

Hotels and restaurants report encouraging bookings as the Year of the Dragon approaches. More ››

| October 26, 2011

There is a time to sow and a time to reap, and when it comes to the festival of... More ››

| October 22, 2011
Hudud 1

If civil servants were less arrogant and more knowledgeable, then perhaps non-Muslims would have less fear of Islamisation. More ››

| October 21, 2011
Hudud 1

Our series continues with more excerpts from speeches at the forum that MCA organised in 2001 following Dr Mahathir’s... More ››

| October 20, 2011
MCA dan Dr Ling Liong Sik

In 2001, when Dr Mahathir declared Malaysia an Islamic state, MCA president Dr Ling Liong Sik said he and... More ››

| October 18, 2011
Hudud 1

The party can’t hold a candle to DAP when it comes to principled opposition to Islamic state ambitions. More ››

| October 5, 2011
chua soi lek mca 2011 agm

As he prepares his party for the coming election, one of Chua’s biggest tasks is to show that it... More ››

| October 3, 2011
wee ka siong

Wee Ka Siong’s talk about change comes a little too late. More ››

| September 20, 2011
najib isa

Why we yawned when he announced his administration’s intention to repeal oppressive laws. More ››

| September 11, 2011
moon cakes file pix

It’s that time of the year again for mooncakes, lanterns and dragon boat races. More ››

| September 8, 2011
media online

Investigative journalism provides the checks and balances but sadly in Malaysia it is still at its infant stage. More ››

| August 13, 2011

According to traditional Chinese belief, they lack love and attention from their living relatives More ››

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