Marcus van Geyzel records what he personally witnessed at Bersih 3.0.
Pepper Lim describes his first time at a Bersih rally to his little daughter.
Activism is sexy in Malaysia – but is it a middle-class thing?
MCCHR comments on the proposed Order 53 of the Combined Rules of Court 2012
Why you must participate in the revolution of Malaysia’s democracy.
Citizen journalism and censorship in the region.
Two articles on LoyarBurok’s recent visit to Jakarta.
A thoroughly Lord Bobo-esque dining experience!
Marcus calls on us to believe.
Marcus calls on all of us to reclaim Malaysia.
In a move that is widely perceived to be another step towards world domination, popular community blawg, LoyarBurok, launched its new skin at a nearby street mamak a few hours ago.
The first in a series of letters from LoyarBurokker Pepper Lim, to his daughter Paprika.
The first-ever post in the LoyarBermakan food review series visits the home of the famous, scandalously-good, P7 pork burger.
Why Malaysia? Well, why not? A reflection.
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.
Richard Wee, Olivia Loh, and Kenneth Wong discuss Young Lawyers’ Working Conditions.
“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?”
Gatecrashing LoyarBurok’s #LoyarBerkasih “love week” with a declaration of love for Gary Alexander Neville.
LoyarBorak goes all romantic in the week leading up to Valentine’s Day, as thoughts shift to love, relationships, and marriage.