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Dear Paprika: Wherefore Art Thou, O Wartawan?

Dear Paprika: Wherefore Art Thou, O Wartawan?

Pepper Lim’s continuing series of articles to his daughter, Paprika.

What Does Freedom Of Speech Mean?

What Does Freedom Of Speech Mean?

Fahri Azzat’s thoughts on the Ask Lord Bobo fellatio issue.

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Ask Lord Bobo: Fellatio, human rights, and freedom of expression

Ask Lord Bobo: Fellatio, human rights, and freedom of expression

Lord Bobo responds.

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Why So Serious? #Fellatio

Why So Serious? #Fellatio

Sin Yew asks Lord Bobo’s critics to get off their high horses.

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Unnecessary Censorship in Malaysia

Unnecessary Censorship in Malaysia

Guo Heng analyses the reasons behind film censorship in Malaysia.

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A Few Words From a Censor

A Few Words From a Censor

A censor shares his honest views on censorship in Malaysia.

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The Chill of Sedition Laws

The Chill of Sedition Laws

Aerie Rahman feels a chill sweeping into London from Malaysia.

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Do We Need Old Teh Tarik In New Glasses? Revisiting The Sedition Act

Do We Need Old Teh Tarik In New Glasses? Revisiting The Sedition Act

Do we still need this Act as we have matured both democratically and as a society?

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Pussy Riot Closing Statements

Pussy Riot Closing Statements

The translated closing statements, in full.

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Ask Lord Bobo: #Stop114A #Yes114A and banning books

Ask Lord Bobo: #Stop114A #Yes114A and banning books

Blacking out against 114A, and banning books.

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The Net Delusion: How Not to Liberate the World

The Net Delusion: How Not to Liberate the World

A damning, intelligent, and entertaining indictment of cyber-utopianism and Internet-centrism.

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Censorship and the church

Censorship and the church

Is the Christian faith so weak that it cannot tolerate open discussion of controversy?

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Another Marina Mahathir Column Banned By The Star

Another Marina Mahathir Column Banned By The Star

Marina’s spiked column, on our noisy politics.

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Images from the Book Deemed “Too Obscene” for Malaysia

Images from the Book Deemed “Too Obscene” for Malaysia

Have a look. And share your views.

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The Aftermath Continues

The Aftermath Continues

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 […]

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The Kedah Entertainment Ban: Whose Fault?

The Kedah Entertainment Ban: Whose Fault?

Eric Choo analyses the recent Kedah entertainment ban, as fingers pointed at various parties.

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Mana Anu?

Mana Anu?

Malaysia’s first ‘gay’ film “… Dalam Botol” is well-acted, brave, original and also misleading — according to four reviewers.

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The Gagging of Lady Gaga

The Gagging of Lady Gaga

Pang Khee Teik on why gay anthems are important and why Malaysian radios are cowardly and hypocritical for censoring them.

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The Star: LoyarBurok Educating the Public on Laws

The Star: LoyarBurok Educating the Public on Laws

Choong Mek Zhin one of The Star’s brightest prospects has a keen nose for news – that’s why she smelled us. Read about her scintillating discussion with one of my famous founding minions, LoyarBurokker Edmund Bon.

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Caution: Easily Offended!

Caution: Easily Offended!

This article is spread over three parts which will be published over the course of three days for ease of consideration. Comments will only be allowed on the third part. Readers are encouraged to keep an open mind on the articles until its conclusion. . . . . . . . . . . . […]

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