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GOODBYE 2021 AND MY REPORT CARD AS YOUR MP

By Wong Chen The year 2021 was an even more challenging year than 2020. In 2020, the pandemic recorded slightly more than 100,000 infections and...

Shanghai: A Time Travel

By Anthony Dylan A trip to China is always one of wonder. My previous other trips were to Hong Kong, Qingdao and Beijing. Those were...

Covid-19 Vaccination

By Michelle Ng I wrote this the morning after attending a lecture about the Covid-19 Vaccine with Dr Khor Swee Kheng, who is a medical...

CHRISTMAS OF 2021

By Anthony Dylan In a blink of an eye, the season of Christmas is yet again at our doorstep. The year 2021 has passed so...

Moderates Please Raise Your Hand

I want to take this moment to be real with my community, and write about how I felt in the weeks leading up to...

RM300,000 Food Aid Program for Subang

By Wong Chen As of last night, the RM300,000 allocation for food has yet to be banked into our office accounts. This is expected to...

WHAT’S UP FOLKS?

By Sarawakian August is now here. It seems that we never cease to be entertained by the antics of politicians in the middle of a...

LEAVING 2020 AND ENTERING 2021

By Anthony Dylan We leave 2020 and enter into an unknown 2021. The past year gave us only the full months of January and...

Facing the New Wave: My Sharing of Data and Policy Notes

By Wong Chen In my SJ Echo article written on 30th April 2021, I warned of the then raging pandemic crisis in India and cautioned...

Leaving a Legacy

By Paul Yung What do people say about you when you’re not in the room? In fact, what will people say about you when you’re not...

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