Is the question of legitimacy still important today, as it was 100 days ago? And what does stability mean for the governance of the country? Prof Wong Chin Huat explains.
Prof Reuben Clements talks about sustainable forest and methods to keep them intact
Wong Chin Huat argues that people should demand more from their parliamentarians.
Prof Wong Chin Huat speaks to Prof. Andrew Harding about the Malaysian Agreement.
Professor James Chin, outlines what to expect as we get closer to 18 May when Parliament meets.
Prof Wong Chin Huat shares his thoughts with Bersih 2.0 on how to further advance parliamentary democracy by professionalising party politics.
Prof Wong Chin Huat tells BFM what he thinks of the political machinations have produced the politically weakest government Malaysia has ever had.
Under what conditions do human beings experience the highest levels of happiness, life-satisfaction or subjective well- being? A panel of experts, including Prof Woo Wing Thye, answers from their respective perspectives.
JCI President Prof Woo Wing Thye gives an interview to Phoenix TV on the economic outlook due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Video: “A-S/S-A (artscience/scienceart spectrum) Systems Manual + Mitigating Climate Change Through Game Simulation”
Special Studies Research Fellow Dr Clarissa Lee introduces the scope of Art-Science and Science-Art at the NTU CCA IdeasFest 2020 held early this year.