Almost a year after its arrival in Malaysia, WeChat Pay MY is forging new local partnerships to drive future growth. For Tencent, the Chinese owners of the app, there is far more than the Malaysian e-wallet market at stake.
Malaysia’s economy has moved on from 2009. But is there a fresh cause for concern?
Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak is on a riches-to-rags campaign to reinvent himself as a champion of the people. The problem is, people don’t believe in fairy tales.
Slow progress in the Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) link project further strains Malaysia-Singapore ties.
Malaysia’s economic growth slowed in 2018 despite a smooth transition of power. To mitigate the damages inflicted by an international trade war, Pakatan Harapan must find some stability.
ASEAN was not hospitable to the Uyghur population when they arrived as refugees. But as the full extent of China’s mass incarceration policy comes to light, ASEAN nations have the opportunity to make amends.
Malaysia has banned imports of non-recyclable waste. It is time other countries followed suit and tried to solve waste problems instead of moving them elsewhere?
UMNO is in the grip of a crisis. Its new President Mohamad Hasan brings something new to the table, but it may be too late to save the party.
As Malaysia withdraws its challenge against Singapore on the Pedra Branca ruling, another high-profile maritime spat has been ignited.
Recent arrests in Indonesia show that the illegal sale of babies is still taking place in ASEAN. How can governments tackle a hidden problem that transcends ASEAN’s borders?