Below is the population chart of Malaysia based on our 2010 national census.
The three biggest states in the peninsula, going by the number of people, are Selangor, Johor and Perak.
In Selangor, the bumiputera population is 57.1 percent, in Johor it is 58.9 percent and in Perak 57.0 percent. Continue reading “Malays can rule on their own without sharing power with Chinese”
Zainah Anwar yesterday penned in her Star column a piece titled ‘Don’t chase after pyrrhic victories‘ (The Star, 24 June 2013)
Conceding that Malaysia is an “ethnically divided country”, Zainah holds the view that “no party could survive without inter-ethnic accommodation”.
I beg to differ.
Continue reading “Star columnist misleads readers on Umno GE13 performance”
Persekutuan Kristian Malaysia (CFM) mengedarkan sepucuk surat bertarikh 18 Julai 2012 kepada gereja-gereja dan penganut Kristian seluruh negara berhubung pilihanraya umum ke-13 akan datang.
Continue reading “Pesanan Persekutuan Kristian M’sia kepada gereja-gereja berhubung PRU”
In its heyday, Malaysia Today was ‘the’ watering hole for Chinese online readers. If anyone has had enough interaction with the Chinese cyber community, it’s the MT super admin Raja Petra Kamarudin.
Continue reading “Daim makes sense but the Chinese are fey”