The Political Power of Social Media in the 21st Century

Written by Nasihah Hamid Remember the tragic racial episode at Plaza Low Yat during July 2015? Many thanks to the emergence of various social media, the story are shared, commented and spread like wildfire causing an uproar in the online community due to the wild rumour of racially motivated incident. A simple case of smartphone... Continue Reading →


Sultan Muhammad V at The Heart of Malaysian

Written by Salmie Shokordey Today marks the day for the coronation of the country's new sovereign, His Majesty Sultan Kelantan Sultan Muhammad as the 15th Yang Di-Pertuan Agong (YDPA) of Malaysia for five years term. Sultan Muhammad V previously took the oath on 13th December 2016 after being elected as the YDPA during a special... Continue Reading →


Written by Nadia Rosli Can we differentiate culture that is printed or broadcasted in advertisement? If yes, meaning we know other culture very well even though we do not living in it. Why? This is due to  Globalization. Globalization has given opportunity for international organizations to make a mark on their business footstep in many... Continue Reading →

Globalization Impact in The Developing World

Written by Nor Diyana Abd Kadir Over the past 60 years, we have seen a cultural shift in developing societies around the world primarily through the rapid usage of technology in their daily lives. The exchange of information upon this varied wide network of telephones and computers has made it easier for people to communicate,... Continue Reading →

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