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I'm driven by my fervent spirit for adventure, my inquisitive nature for wildlife & my intrinsic values for doing the right thing. The compulsion to go in and around water had been apparent from the age of 4 and the ocean has yet to be taken out of me. I make a living out of making people live their dream of learning how to dive while making memories through journalistic assignments that I get from travel businesses sending me out to recce the path less trodden. With God, all things are possible.

[UPDATED] Police Intimidation Video: What Happened Before

Pamela Lim elaborates on what happened before the filming, and why she did what she did.

[VIDEO] Police Intimidation Caught on Video

[VIDEO] Police Intimidation Caught on Video

Citizen journalist LoyarBurokker Pamela Lim was stopped by the police while on the road. Unhappy with the their conduct she whipped out her phone and started video recording the two police officers. How did the police react? Watch it here @ LoyarBurok.com !

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PERCEPTION: Romancing The Clam

PERCEPTION: Romancing The Clam

PERCEPTION – An original LoyarBurok series that draws parallels between mother nature and human constructs – some obvious and some take a rather adventurous tangent. In its debut feature “Romancing The Clam”, giant clams opens up perceptions on marriage and spousal roles. Expect first hand photos and videos from this citizen journalist LoyarBurokker.

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Brute Force In The Company of Draconian Laws

Brute Force In The Company of Draconian Laws

A civilian reporter, documents in writing and video the grossly disproportionate use of force by the police to stop people from peacefully gathering at last Sunday’s anti-ISA candlelight vigil in PJ. 29 people were arrested with the use of another oppressive law for demonstrating against a draconian law.

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Spearhunting The Real Coral Killers

Spearhunting The Real Coral Killers

A consideration on the purpose and efficacy of dive site closures by authorities as a measure to remedy coral bleaching – a phenomenon that is caused is caused by weather conditions and not human impact.

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