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To the Point of No Return

To the Point of No Return

Daniel Teoh stresses upon the importance of freedom of expression with regards to Malaysian minorities.

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To Never Stop Questioning

To Never Stop Questioning

Alice Loi speaks for civil disobedience in the classroom.

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Fighting the Inevitable

Fighting the Inevitable

Woon King Chai reflects on moving on at the start of 2014.

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Women as Second Sex

Women as Second Sex

Clarissa Lee closes the year with a scathing comment on rampant patriarchy.

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Save Lives and Implement Esperanto

Save Lives and Implement Esperanto

Sinjoro Eng makes the case for Esperanto in the aviation industry.

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Reject the Stadium Solution

Reject the Stadium Solution

Ong Kar Jin lists the reasons protests should be held on the streets, not in stadiums.

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Lim Guan Eng Is A Hero, Not A “Tokong”

Lim Guan Eng Is A Hero, Not A “Tokong”

Vince Tan pens a tribute to Lim Guan Eng and his memorable political career thus far.

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Twittintentialism

Twittintentialism

Syazwina Saw writes to us from 2011 and wonders about the virtual and the real.

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What’s in a Name, Really?

What’s in a Name, Really?

Lee Kok Hoong measures the width and length of a name in Malaysia.

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Ketuanan Mahasiswa

Ketuanan Mahasiswa

Vince Tan considers student autonomy and the Malaysian campus.

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Kebebasan Berhimpun dan Ketenteraman Awam Mampu Wujud Bersama

Kebebasan Berhimpun dan Ketenteraman Awam Mampu Wujud Bersama

Adakah ketenteraman awam tergadai sekiranya himpunan rakyat secara besar-besaran dibenarkan?

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Burning Foreign Flags is Expression

Burning Foreign Flags is Expression

A critique of the proposed section 121E(1) of the Penal Code

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Pemimpin Melayu Saya

Pemimpin Melayu Saya

Daniel Teoh meninjau propaganda yang tersebar di kalangan kaum Melayu dan Cina kini.

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Despise. Anonymity.

Despise. Anonymity.

Ho Kit Yen has a message for the anonymous trolls after her online ire.

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Communism Is Not Evil, But Chin Peng Is No Hero

Communism Is Not Evil, But Chin Peng Is No Hero

Azeem offers some clarification on communism, and Chin Peng.

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A Night With Nick Vujicic

A Night With Nick Vujicic

Low Hong Ping talks about inspiration, miracles and being a person.

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Merdeka Messages From LoyarBurokkers

Merdeka Messages From LoyarBurokkers

Some of the very best messages worth reading and pondering upon this Merdeka.

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The Life of Ping

The Life of Ping

Low Hong Ping shares with us an interesting look at his life and Malaysian law — a week in the Life of Ping.

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The Student: A Short Film

The Student: A Short Film

A 5-minute video everyone should watch.

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Unnecessary Censorship in Malaysia

Unnecessary Censorship in Malaysia

Guo Heng analyses the reasons behind film censorship in Malaysia.

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