It’s quite common to see wealth comparisons being made between races in Malaysia, but none of the comparisons has really been meaningful.
Some perceive Malaysian Chinese as wealthy and the Malays poor. However the fact is that majority of Malaysian Chinese are working class. According to the 2016 data from the Department of Statistics, the proportion of working class amongst Malaysian Chinese and Malays are largely similar (Malaysian Chinese = 70%; Malays =72%). Disparity a
Fast Facts about Kerk Chee Yee 郭子毅 Political Secretary to DAP Parliamentary Leader Lim Kit Siang
民主行动党国会领袖林吉祥政治秘书 Born and raised in Malacca
土生土长的马六甲人 The University of Melbourne graduate, Bachelors of Commerce
于墨尔本大学毕业，拥有商科学位 Worked as investment banker before joining DAP full-time
加入行动党前，是一名投资银行家 “I had the opportunity to learn about politics from a father who sacrificed his time & health to fight for the people and uphold justice in Malaysia. Because of that, turn
Q: Tell us about yourself.
A: I'm the Pakatan Harapan candidate for DUN Ayer Keroh (N.16). I'm 25, born and raised here in Melaka. I also work as the Political Secretary to YB Lim Kit Siang. Before I joined DAP full-time, I worked in investment banking after graduating from the University of Melbourne. I was exposed to politics since young due to the influence of my father, Mr. Kerk Kim Hock. Q: What is your response to those who have criticised your age and experience? A:
Fakta Mengenai Kerk Chee Yee Setiausaha Politik Lim Kit Siang Dilahirkan serta dibesarkan di Melaka Graduan University of Melbourne, Bachelors of Commerce Bekerja dalam bank pelaburan sebelum menyertai DAP “Berbanding kawan-kawan sebaya, saya bertuah didedahkan lebih awal kepada dunia politik kerana berpeluang mempelajari politik daripada mendiang ayah saya, iaitu Kerk Kim Hock (mantan Setiausaha Agung DAP), yang banyak mengorbankan masa, kesihatan, dan juga masa kualiti be
Arguments for and against vernacular schools have long existed in Malaysia. Many arguments often converge back to and revolve around social unity in Malaysia. One easy argument against vernacular schools is that when the language we were trained to speak, write and think in differs, it can be hard for us to feel connected with each other and consequently, social unity can be harder to achieve. It is also a fact that majority of Malaysian Chinese parents send their kids to Chi
If you're a science enthusiast like me, chances are Prince Rupert's Drop is of no strange term to you. Prince Rupert's Drop looks like a tadpole-shaped droplet, and it exhibits a strange and counterintuitive characteristic - it is able to withstand extremely high impact at its rotund end. It is so strong that it is even able to deflect bullet.
However, the Prince Rupert's Drop does not come by without weakness. If its tail is slightly damaged, the whole structure will disin
I could still remember the picture we were asked to colour when I was in primary school - three children of different ethnic were holding hands and waving Malaysia flag in front of some of our most iconic buildings. Looking at the unique diversity we enjoy, I always see enormous untapped potentials. What can be more powerful than a young nation blessed with rich cultural traits, colourful history, geographical advantages and uncountable possibilities in economic, political an
The Kota Raya incident serves as a resemblance of the infamous Low Yat incident which took place not too long ago. Again we hear familiar baseless, provocative and unwelcomed speech by people who are prepared to manipulate issues to serve their own agenda. It is clearly seen that in this incident, what we would call a commercial conflict was irresponsibly used to fan racial sentiment. This has put us in a testing time especially when we are sailing through rough tides and wav