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Freedom, Imagined

Freedom, Imagined

A glimpse of ideals.

Curator’s Note: Stories From the East

Curator’s Note: Stories From the East

This week from April 25 to May 1, follow the ONLY BLAWG as Adrian Chew presents Stories from the East, an anthology of stories written by Malaysians from both sides of the sea; some looking in from the outside and some offering their views from the inside, about all things Sabah and Sarawak.

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416: Sarawak, Silent No More

416: Sarawak, Silent No More

LoyarBurokker and Sibu native Adrian Chew tells us to watch closely, as change is in the air in Sarawak.

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LoyarBurok’s Top 10 of 2010

LoyarBurok’s Top 10 of 2010

LoyarBurok casts a collective beady eye at the twelve months that was 2010.

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Is Lord Bobo An Ape Or A Monkey?

Is Lord Bobo An Ape Or A Monkey?

On 12 November, an email on the LoyarBurok e-group (an exclusive e-mailing list) prompted new LoyarBurokker June Rubis to suggest that Lord Bobo Barnabus was indeed an ape, rather than a monkey. This sparked a flurry of emails, overnight, a few of which are reproduced here (after editions for clarity). Eventually, the munificent Lord Bobo […]

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LoyarBorak #1: Is Twitter Useless at Social Activism? (Part 2)

LoyarBorak #1: Is Twitter Useless at Social Activism? (Part 2)

Adrian, Edmund, Marcus, Syah and Syazwina continue their expressions of enthusiasm and/or brickbats for Twitter and Facebook in Part 2 of LoyarBorak. Join in now?!

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LoyarBorak #1: Is Twitter Useless at Social Activism? (Part 1)

LoyarBorak #1: Is Twitter Useless at Social Activism? (Part 1)

Introducing the latest exciting series by LoyarBurok – “LoyarBorak”. Is Twitter useless at social activism? What do you think? Borak your say here!

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Malaysia’s future is bright with the “consti” activists

Malaysia’s future is bright with the “consti” activists

Rights advocate, Wong Ee Lynn at Savoir Vivre in Kuala Lumpur, in her final post for 2009 (on December 30) interviewed 5 Malaysian activists – Edmund Bon Tai Soon, Brian Lariche, Loretta Ann Shepherd, Joe Yap and Ahmad Fansuri. LoyarBurok reproduces Edmund’s talking points as they pertain to the MyConsti movement helmed by a fresh breed of “consti” activists in the making.

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