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Tricia Yeoh is currently attached to a local Market Research Consultancy, Dynamic Search. She was formerly Research Officer to the Selangor Menteri Besar and Director of the Centre for Public Policy Studies. She is columnist at The Sun, the Penang Economic Monthly, and Selangor Times. She is Editor of the book "The Road to Reform: Pakatan Rakyat in Selangor" and its Malay translation, "Liku-liku Reformasi: Pakatan Rakyat di Selangor".
The Rights of The Dead

The Rights of The Dead

Teoh Beng Hock. Never forget. A must-watch video.

In The Face of Injustice

In The Face of Injustice

Hopes for a fair and just Malaysia.

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Wading Through the So-Called “Water Crisis”

Wading Through the So-Called “Water Crisis”

Tricia Yeoh on the Selangor “water crisis”.

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Why Everything Is Political

Why Everything Is Political

Tricia explains why we must accept that everything is political, and participate in the process.

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SG Elections: After The Workers’ Party Rally & Further Thoughts

SG Elections: After The Workers’ Party Rally & Further Thoughts

LoyarBurokker Tricia continues her Singaporean political tour, ahead of their 16th general elections. This time she attends a Workers’ Party rally in a constituency which represents the lower-income class of Singaporean society.

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SG Elections: Thoughts After The SDP Rally

SG Elections: Thoughts After The SDP Rally

LoyarBurokker and Malaysian election tourist Tricia finds herself in Singapore, ahead of their 16th general elections. She tells us why Singaporeans are saying the elections are different this time around.

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The LoyarBurok Book Review: “Perak: A State Of Crisis” – Re-invoking Our Sentiments [w/VIDEO]

The LoyarBurok Book Review: “Perak: A State Of Crisis” – Re-invoking Our Sentiments [w/VIDEO]

The Perak case is significant to all Malaysians, as its implications are far-reaching not just for other state governments but also at the national level, especially as discussion is underway on the relationship between the civil service-royalty-political parties in the state of Selangor presently.

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