Malaysia cannot focus on bread and butter issues until racial and religious issues are solved.
Instead of writing something so analytical (it’s not like I do that all the time anyway, haha!), I’m going to write a listicle of the four things I feel that I have been made independent from and free.
Here is a Merdeka movie that really insults the country’s heroes rather than anything.
I think it would be very selfish and inhumane if my biggest takeaway from my experiences as a journalist is to be thankful for what I have.
Negaraku playing in cinemas! Propaganda or national pride? The Fat Bidin brotherly-duo are divided on this. Listen to how this issue could threaten the break-up of blood relations! Oh… and […]
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Janji Dicapati! By Zan Azlee AUG 3 — Rumours have been rife and everyone in Malaysia has been trying to predict when the prime minister is going to call for […]