Have Malaysians ceased to be wondered or excited about our diversity as a nation?
If Malaysians were asked to come up with a single phrase that could sum up the diversity of Malaysia as a multiracial nation, we would be hard put to do so. For the truth is, many Malaysians have taken for granted the richness of the country’s cultural tapestry that is made up of a myriad cultures, … Read moreMalaysian Melting Pot
How do some seemingly uncompetitive businesses survive competition?
Malaysia’s aging population is something that cannot be ignored. The number of Malaysians aged 60 years and older is projected to increase to 3.4 million by 2020 or 9.9 percent of the total population. Compared to other developed countries, Malaysia currently has a relatively small social security net for retirees and aged senior citizens. What … Read moreAged Care in Malaysia
What makes a person happy? What makes a happy nation? Should the government be accountable for the people’s happiness?
When I get older, losing my hair, many years from now… Over and above these concerns is the matter of policy, regulation and service models. At the moment homes in Malaysia are not regulated and there are no guidelines, policy, best practices and enforcement in place. It is a free for all, one that is … Read moreWhen I’m 64… [Part 2]