[Malaysia Star] - By Wong Chun Wai SAVING the tropical forests and orang utan are appealing causes. Such environmental and conservation programmes appeal to the young, and politicians and leaders of non-governmental organisations who take up these campaigns often enjoy
[Malaysia Star] - By WONG CHUN WAI Many of us who may be highly vocal against one side are not prepared to register our unhappiness over what is wrong when it does not suit our political palate. IT'S incredibly disgraceful. It's a form of harassment, plain and simple
[Malaysia Star] - By WONG CHUN WAI and MAZWIN NIK ANIS There is a need to balance civil rights with national interests, says the Home Minister. A lot of people wanted the rally to be peaceful. But they have to learn from what happened that things can go wrong.
[Malaysia Star] - By WONG CHUN WAI and MAZWIN NIK ANIS PUTRAJAYA: Anyone who broke the law and caused chaos during the Bersih 3.0 rally will be prosecuted, including members of the police force. Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said police investigations
[Malaysia Star] - The Star's executive director and group chief editor Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai described Lee as one of the best sub-editors in Malaysian journalism, with a sharp eye for detecting mistakes or how to improve a copy. “His regular SMSes to his former
[Malaysia Star] - At the AGM: (from left) Star group MD and CEO Ho Kay Tat, Dr Fong, executive deputy chairman Datuk Vincent Lee, executive director and group chief editor Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai and non-executive director Datin Linda Ngiam. Meanwhile, for the first
[Malaysia Star] - Mo Agree with Wong Chun Wai that people blindly support whatever political party they are in. Even elected reps don't work for the ppl but the party. It shld be the other way round. I salute traffic police who control traffic in the hot sun at Himpunan
[Malaysia Star] - The Star executive director and group chief editor Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai said the award was an honour not just for The Star media group but also for all Malaysians. “This is for Malaysia. This shows that young Malaysians are able to showcase their
[Malaysia Star] - The Star's group chief editor Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai questions why, in the age of the Internet, there is still a need for a printing permit. “The world has changed. Malaysia has changed, so must the press. The archaic press laws must go.
Before our group interview with Oriental Daily, Hong Kong. Karen Tam (Harbour City), Hilda Leung, Geoff Wu, Victoria Cheng, Brad Lau, Gregoire Michaud, KC, Chan Chun Wai. Photo from CampaignChina.com. About Social ...