Next up on the list of candidates for Come UndiMsia! fundraising event: Justine Mei Ern and Nathaniel Tan!


Justine is a student intent on breaking convention. She finds humans to be fascinating creatures and believes in the uniqueness of the individual. She’d really love to blog about her observations, but with little time, she tweets regularly instead @JustineMeiErn. Barely out of college, she approached LoyarBurok for an internship and has since been picking up invaluable skills, working tirelessly with the NGO to promote change and education. Not just a pretty face, Justine has definitely got a good head on her shoulders. A leader in the making, we’d say. A democracy run by a savvy young person with her feet and ears firmly on the ground? That’s a YES!


Nathaniel Tan believes this world is full of people, and he was born to love them all. He believes that a better future for the nation lies not in cynically vilifying politics, but working hard to get the kind of political landscape we truly deserve. For Come UndiMsia!, he will be focusing on imagining a political system where one gets ahead not by putting others down, but by helping others up – where you score most points not by hating your opponents, but by encouraging the most unity and cooperation possible. Radical? Radical. Nat tweets @NatAsasi.


Stay tuned for who’s next tomorrow!


In the meantime, do pay a visit to the UndiMsia! Facebook page.

Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR) is a non-profit based in Kuala Lumpur with the mission of promoting active democratic participation and human rights awareness.