If Copenhagen can allow pedestrians, cyclists and others to reclaim the streets from cars, why not Penang? It's not rocket science. Note there was initial scepticism and cynicism when the plans were car-free areas were first announced. Many said it...
Bicycle lanes - why not look at how Copenhagen and other European cities manage them? Rajen writes from Denmark: I am writing from Copenhagen where I am on a holiday. It is a safe place to walk around as...
Taib Mahmud reportedly gave an address at the House of Lords in London on Friday, 23 July. From the Bernama report here, it is not clear who exactly he was addressing, though the report mentioned: Also present were Deputy Foreign...
Technically speaking, the Sarawak Chief Minister did speak at the House of Lords - but it appears to have been in a room down a corridor. Not quite the image many had in their minds. Blog reader Sean took...
The chairman of the British parliament’s All Party Parliamentary Group for Tribal peoples, MP Martin Horwood, has written to Taib Mahmud expressing concern about the plight of the Penan as the Sarawak chief minister arrived in the UK. A barrage...