I admire the people who walked on the streets that day.
After the BERSIH rally, what’s our next move?
Wong Chee Mun writes about the aftermath of the events of July 9th. The monumental events of July 9th have since passed but it is certainly wrong to say that the fight is over. The parties involved are still bickering over who was wrong and who was right, while some are just plain fighting for […]
Stop! In the name of fashion!
Zhi Wei sings a tribute to the rakyat.
It seems to NH Chan that Bersih could have sounded the death knell of tyranny.
The spirit lives on.
A narrative on what drove me to take part in the Bersih 2.0 rally.
We’re a backwater nation living in the shadow of what our nation can aspire to be.
Bersih was hijacked by Pakatan. Bersih was hijacked by Barisan. Now what?
An exhibition on the Iranian student uprising reminds Pepper Lim of the same struggles in Malaysia
Berikut adalah rekaan semata-mata. Tidak ada kaitan dengan yang hidup atau yang mati. Kenyataan ini adalah benar dan saya tidak menipu. Saya sumpah, saya tidak menipu. Gambar-gambar ini adalah hiasan semata-mata. Aku terdorong untuk menulis rencana ini, hasil daripada membaca tulisan seorang timbalan menteri di laman sesawang Sang Bintang, sebuah akhbar yang suatu ketika dahulu […]
They can’t change me. They can’t change my dreams. They can’t change my desires.
Membersih sambil berdemo.
We demanded free and fair elections. And this was their chosen response.
A response to the report of the BC monitoring team.
Recounting July 9th moments before my arrest.
The rally can only do so much. We need to continue our journey.
“I’d never shed a tear for my country until I got tear-gassed that day.”
Ahmad Azrai’s inspiring account of 9 July 2011.