Contrary to the Loyar Burok Writer’s Guide, I am disinclined to copy/paste an excerpt as this piece is short enough anyway, meh.
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.
Justin finds it ironic that the very technology that connects humanity is also the one that disconnects us from our humanity.
The age of the effeminate man – the metrosexual, the sissy – is upon us and clearly, enough is enough. This much is clear; men are to be masculine and women, feminine. Any violation of this fundamental law of existence should be treated as the abomination it is.
Sinjoro Eng writes about leaving and staying. It could be you. It could be me.
‘The land beyond the tropical sea was not suitable for me. A new land beckoned me.’
This week, Syazwina Saw curates Why Malaysia week for LoyarBurok to explore our love/hate relationship with the Land of the Boleh-Everything-Also-Can-Kasi-Taruk-Aje.
#LoyarBerkasih goes hard-print, as the Selangor Times features excerpts from Avie Azis’ “Flight From Incheon.”
Someone once said, “It is not good for man to be alone”. I believe that to be true.
Tan Yi Liang provides his interpretation of love.
As everyone gets in on the Love fest this week, Adrian Chew sounds a reminder to us to feel and look a little deeper.
Once upon a time, a very naive 16 year old thought this was love.
Noreen Ariff contemplates on unrequited love.
Shafina Sheridan finds expressions of love in Malacca.
Bagaimana ya hendak ku luahkan isyarat hati, agar jelas,isyarat jiwa, agar pasti?
Part 2 of the borak session on love, relationships, and marriage.
Ashaari Rahmat ponders upon Love through illustrations.
LoyarBorak goes all romantic in the week leading up to Valentine’s Day, as thoughts shift to love, relationships, and marriage.
This week, June Rubis curates Love Week for LoyarBurok, and hopes to teach you about the many ways of love, other than our preconceived ideas.