Attn: The Leader of the Opposition

Dear Leader of the Opposition,
Enclosed herein* for your kind consideration is a proposed shadow cabinet and an infographic of the same. […]


On its face, patriotism seems to be a straightforward concept but it is not. It calls for an empathetic understanding of what makes your country your country – what makes Malaysia Malaysia, and a true devotion of ensuring Malaysia is what its people envision it to be. […]

Watching Mulan

Mulan was recently released in Malaysia. Amidst the #BoycottMulan movement, my friend asked whether I was going to watch it. I said yes.

Mulan should be judged based on its quality as a cinematic work. One can do more than boycotting a movie to support human rights. […]

Defining Moment

As at the date of writing (18th March 2020), there are 2 (reported) deaths and 790 (reported) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Malaysia. As an attempt to contain the coronavirus outbreak, Malaysia implemented a movement control order having effect from 18th March to 31st March.

This is a time of crisis. This is also a defining moment. […]

Malay Dignity Congress – The Role of MOE Moving Forward

Article 153 talks about the special position of the Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak in educational privileges given or accorded by the Federal Government, and not, everything and anything under the sun (see Article 8). It is not a constitutional licence to drum-roll one’s racial sentiment in everything they say and do in public universities.

Therefore, while we can put the issue of quotas to rest (unless and until Article 153 is amended), the MOE has a lot of work to do, in terms of implementing values. […]

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