The internet has allowed more cowards to bully
TimeOut asked some minions what unity means to them.
Malaysiakini reports on SUARAM’s Human Rights Award 2012.
A possible explanation why taxi and bus drivers drive as recklessly as they do?
There is professional development. And there is personal development.
Lim Ka Ea and Ng Yeen Seen talk about voting the right candidate on Inspire.fm
“If Heaven could cry, then Cambodia would never know drought.”
Lim Ka Ea, Chief Executive Officer of LoyarBurok speaks about the generational gap in activism today at The Bigger Picture with Meera Sivasothy. This is part of the BFM 89.90 Msia I Can series. Check out the podcast by clicking here.
The Malay Mail writes about UndiMsia!’s Laporan Rakyat
Reasons to get out of bed early on a weekend
A thoroughly Lord Bobo-esque dining experience!
from the fear of flushing and Bersih
Mei Yen narrates her (real) thoughts, despite marginally (as she claims) involved with UndiMalaysia and spreading the word of it’s importance.
A report on Ops PISANG by LoyarBurokker Pei Ling, which first appeared in the Selangor Times Issue 18, 1-3 April 2011.
Bob Marley once sang these famous words: Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery None but ourselves can free our minds Have no fear for atomic energy ‘Cause none of them can stop the time I wondered whether he was high on weed when he was writing those words. Whether he was or wasn’t, this song went […]
LoyarBurok’s weekend-long retreat revealed that LB is not simply a blog, or loosely bound group of activists. It represents a larger and more concrete mission, which is to educate the voters of Malaysia and encourage civic engagement, in the hope of promoting accountability within the political process.
“The blog is bold, funny, and at times even irreverent. But what do you expect of a group whose logo is a monkey in a judge’s ceremonial white wig and sticking out its tongue?”
I gave it up to be filial but as soon as I became an adult, I couldn’t wait to lose my virginity. Now, I am just promiscuous.
Part 2 of the borak session on love, relationships, and marriage.