Monthly Archives: September 2015

Mischievous self-serving politics

Tomorrow, we will know if the red shirts will hold another protest march at Petaling Street, centre of Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown. Or whether the police would be able to stop them. There will always be people like the red shirts. … Continue reading

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The red shirts can be dismissed and ignored

Bersih4 was a Malaysian event with a clear call to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to step down and for electoral reforms. The “red shirt” rally on Sept 16 — Malaysia Day — was clearly racist. It was called … Continue reading

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Amazed at discovering new emotions …

I noticed something about myself recently that I find quite amusing and surprising. I am enjoying domesticity! I am on a long break between teaching assignments and not having planned anything, just took each day as it came, and, I … Continue reading

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After Bersih4 — a chance to make things right

I attended the Bersih4 rally last Saturday. I was at Central Market (Kuala Lumpur), one of the gathering points of the rally, for a couple of hours. The area was packed with people. Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock in front … Continue reading

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