Daily Archives: 2015-11-13

Taking lessons from Canada’s 2015 cabinet

By Ghui The world is increasingly a smaller place. With global travel at an all time high and the advent of social media giving virtually everyone a voice, it is no surprise that the traditionally less represented people amongst us have been clamouring for greater recognition. There have been notable developments on this front. Take Ireland for instance, which made …

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The Lady of Steel

By Dr Wong Wee Nam Aung San Suu Kyi is a remarkable woman. If she had not gone back to Burma, we would not have been able to witness the steel beneath a deceptively frail-looking housewife. She became a politician overnight because of circumstances. Even under the same circumstances, not many would be able to achieve what she did. Considering …

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