What is taking so long for the government to repeal the laws?
All we wanted to do was sell books and artwork. Instead, we ended up at the Sentul police station.
Finding solace in our public institutions By Zan Azlee As a people living in a democratic system, we should be able to find solace in our institutions, of which its […]
We have been making progress (however little and slow) in the department of freedom of speech and expression in Malaysia over the years. Then, the government had to reverse all […]
The Malays and the magic amulet By Zan Azlee Malay Muslims in Malaysia are a lucky lot because they have an added layer of protection to help them preserve their […]
Writers should not be threatened by police reports By Zan Azlee The recent police report made by a chairman of an NGO against online columnist Mariam Mokhtar for an opinion […]
The Fat Bidin Podcast (Eps 32) – Unsimplifying Charlie Hebdo Killing is never the answer, but the Charlie Hebdo incident is no straight forward act of terror. Zan and Aizyl […]
What does it say about us if we need the Sedition Act? By Zan Azlee At the start of the Umno general assembly this year, I told myself that I […]
I pray Malaysians won’t start self-censoring their thoughts By Zan Azlee A few prominent people who have been either arrested, charged or investigated under the grand old Sedition Act 1948 […]
You can’t teach an old politician new tricks By Zan Azlee What happens when an elected representative does something in office that is against the wishes of his electorate? To […]