[The Malaysian Insider] - The Star group chief editor Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai acknowledged the blunder in his Twitter account today. “Yup, saw the RM1.50 error. Malu. We're going to force the sub-editor, who is abt 58 years old, I think, to listen to rap music!
[Malaysia Star] - We view this positively as any law that impinges on the media is no longer relevant in the age of the Internet and social media,” said Star Publications (M) Bhd executive director and group chief editor Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai.
[Malaysia Star] - By Wong Chun Wai We are indeed blessed to be living in this country, where we can show love to one another and celebrate our faiths openly. THEY are familiar faces to the volunteers of Kenosis Home who spend their Saturdays handing out food to the
[Malaysia Star] - By WONG CHUN WAI IT takes about two hours to drive from Penang to Haadyai, southern Thailand's largest city, and for those living in Alor Setar, it takes only about an hour. That's how close Haadyai is to Malaysia. To be more precise
[Malaysia Star] - The Star's executive director and group chief editor Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai said it was a big victory for everyone in The Star. “It's an outstanding performance by the team. This certainly sets a benchmark for their colleagues,” he said.
[Malaysia Star] - With them are Samson (left) and Star Publications (M) Bhd executive director and group chief editor Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai. Star-NiE is a pull-out of The Star that presents the learning and teaching of English in a creative, interactive and fun way
[Malaysia Star] - As my editor Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai says: “Mission schools provide a neutral platform for all the races to meet and interact.” Their students are also accomplished both academically (the UPSR pass rate has been above 90% for the last five years