Hopes were raised and promises were made to thousands of youth during Hari Belia Negara 2011. What’s next? Thoughts from the Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports on the Act that stands in the way of youth empowerment.
Genap setahun bermulanya cabaran empat orang anak muda terhadap AUKU, ia tidak lagi sekadar dilaungkan oleh aktivis-aktivis. Ia kini menjadi mantra segenap pelosok masyarakat, menjadi obor tanda perjuangan golongan muda. Nukilan oleh seorang peguam muda.
It has been a year since Aminul Rasyid Amzah was killed by the police. Until today, there is no official apology from the police and the case is still in court.
This article is for non-Muslims only. 18 PL : contains elements which include religious, social or political aspects that people may find objectionable. Readers discretion advised. Hatreds do not ever cease in this world by hating, but by love; this is an eternal truth.
It is not easy being a Malaysian Chinese these days. Nobody wants you, not even Malaysia. Shang Neng shares anecdotes from his younger days and rants about the travesties of being Malaysian and Chinese. Disclaimer: All are personal opinion based on the stories the author has heard from family and friends. It should not be construed as gospel truth.
Sempena ulang tahun penahanan UKM4 dalam pilihan raya kecil Hulu Selangor, Azlin Shafina telah meluahkan isi hatinya dengan berkongsi pengalaman pahitnya sepanjang 1 tahun yang lepas.
Satu refleksi peribadi yang telah dikongsi oleh Sdr. Woon King Chai, salah seorang UKM4, yang akan bakal didakwa dan dihukum di mahkamah universiti pada 4hb. Mei 2011. Emel ini telah diterima melalui sumber yang rapat dengan UKM4 dan merupakan satu perspektif ke dalam kes UKM4 yang tidak pernah diteroka.
Perhaps THIS is the secret to combating racism: Allow offensive remarks to be countered by equally (not more) offensive and FUNNY retort.
Lim Wei Jiet writes about how the law has been abused to become a tool for some.
The Singh, singing his praises for Malaysian Indians. I have a feeling this is going to turn ugly. Only on #WhyMalaysia.
“Elected dictatorships” and the call for democracy.
In an alternate universe, this was a decision handed out by the High Court of Caricature at Loyarburok.
Reflections of a final semester law student on the criteria that he would consider before casting his vote for the next general elections.
Why I don’t believe in democracy, elections, taxation, the constitution, freedom, human rights, our parliament, government, and violence against violence.
A press statement from Kim Quek, author of banned book “The March to Putrajaya” on why he is mounting a challenge on the legitimacy of the ban and seizure of his book.
A commentary of the Kuala Lumpur High Court’s dismissal of the challenge mounted by the infamous UKM 4 against the constitutionality of Section 15(5)(a) of the Universities and University Colleges Act 1971 (Act 30).
Lings My Name is Singh puts on his Penangite hat and gives us the low-down on Penangites’ love-hate relationship with their homegrown party, Gerakan.