If Seoul can courageously dismantle a highway carrying 180,000 vehicles a day and revitalise a stream in the city centre, there is no reason why we cannot restore Prangin Canal in Penang. http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docid=-5440301045365337991&hl=en&fs=true Today's guest writer is Chau Loon Wai: A good...
"In Johor alone, there are around 336,000 new private residential units in the pipeline – more than the total number of private homes  in Singapore." That is what a report in the Insider has highlighted. This has led to...
Was hyped-up talk last year of a monorail test track in Batu Kawan little more than hot air? Nothing seems to have moved since then - which is probably just as well.  What was all that about then? Penang monorail test...
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote an article on the Malaysian economy, which also touched on the net investment outflows from Malaysia in recent times: Capital outflows cloud economic outlook (Asia Times). That prompted a thoughtful response from an...
Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud is not amused with activists calling for environmental protection in the state. “Before they open their mouth, they must understand what is happening now. There is no government project which will destroy the environment,"...