Kho Jabing would have been dead earlier this Friday morning if his death penalty was executed as planned by the Singaporean authorities. He is, of course, a convicted murderer.
Would online news organisations in Malaysia be open and brave enough to experiment and try new models to ensure their own sustainability?
The Malaysian Insider is gone, long live journalism! By Zan Azlee Almost 8 years of writing my column for The Malaysian Insider on a weekly basis that I am now […]
A cry for journalism in Malaysia By Zan Azlee How important is journalism in a working democracy? Very important apparently, seeing that it is known as the fourth estate – […]
Politics of fear in Zootopia and Malaysia By Zan Azlee I felt happy taking my daughters to the cinema recently to watch the animated movie “Zootopia”. It’s a film that […]
Freedom of speech is a privilege and not a right? By Zan Azlee The Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Salleh Said Keruak recently posted on his blog that the Internet […]
Banning online news sites is pointless By Zan Azlee How useful is banning and blocking a website from being accessed by the public? Straight up, it just doesn’t serve any […]
Is it such a bad idea to regulate rempits? By Zan Azlee Is creating a safe avenue for those who like to race motorcycles to indulge in their interest, a […]
A debate on Islam will do us good By Zan Azlee The much-talked about debate between Ahli Sunnah Wal Jamaah Malaysia (Aswaja) president Zamihan Mat Zin and Perlis Mufti Datuk […]