We can never truly separate politics from anything in life.
We talk about handicrafts, racist sports and faux family recipes! Sexy stuff!
When a person says that sport is the key to a nation’s unity, especially in Malaysia, I get irritated.
Celebrating a SEA Games gold medal for football as if the country has just won the World Cup would make little sense.
Malaysian national paralympians have been consistently dominating athletics on the international stage.
I speak to 3 influential Malaysian skateboarders, Mariss Khan, Ian Johan Ariff and Muhammad Haziq Ilham, about skateboarding being in the Olympics. It gets heated and political!
I spoke to the bunch that won Malaysia a whole bag of medals and a couple of world records at the 2016 Rio Paralympics!
The Fat Bidin Vlog Ep 14 – 2 on 2 basketball with the KL Dragons! I go head on with Kuek Tian Yuan and Izran Edika of the KL Dragons […]
Recently, I interviewed Khairy Jamaluddin, the Malaysian Minister of Youth and Sports, on the Economic Transformation Programme’s (ETP) #TanyaGomen. We spoke about the hipster generation and their aversion towards participating […]
Is Malaysian football facing desperate times? By Zan Azlee As superficial and simplistic as it may seem, sports really does play a big role in helping to unite the different […]
Sukan adalah penting bagi sosio-ekonomi sesuatu negara Oleh Zan Azlee Apakah peranan sukan untuk negara? Sebenarnya kalau kita hendak lihat keperluan kemajuan sukan untuk sesebuah negara, kita kena lihat pada […]