A couple from China win big at Genting. They end up spending the night in a known haunted hotel. A movie that Zan and Aizyl describe as “horrible”.
With cases of the Malays and Muslims oppressing the non-Malays and non-Muslims, it is a wonder that there still is love for Muslims in Malaysia.
After my two-week stay, I leave, but they will still be there. They will still have nothing more to do everyday except wait for the day to end by roaming around the camp.
Racism is so deeply ingrained in our society that it appears natural.
How would Jakim plan to spend next year’s budget allocation – it’s not like they’ve been contributing a whole lot to developments in religion, or even to society as a whole.
Can’t these feminists consider that perhaps all smokers, regardless of gender, should be seen as “tidak sopan” and “tidak manis”?
Many would argue that Malaysia isn’t exactly a role model when it comes to observing basic human rights.
Will Tombiruo succeed in establishing a cinematic universe based off the novels of Ramlee Awang Murshid?
“If I were in a church and heard the word ‘Allah’ being used, I would probably feel very uncomfortable and disoriented.”
When a person says that sport is the key to a nation’s unity, especially in Malaysia, I get irritated.
Hajar gets into a bike accident in Australia. The world begins to crumble for her family in Johor. A movie that Zan and Aizyl describe as “not horrible”.