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Ka Ea used to be a globe trotter. She has lived in Timor Leste and Afghanistan while working as a civic education and human rights officers for the United Nations. She then tried to be a full time housewife in Ethiopia and Cambodia but failed miserably. These days, Ka Ea spends most of her time at the Pusat Rakyat LoyarBurok, Ananda Bhavan and Hulu Langat. When she's not there, she can be found lying on the couch at home with two of her best friends watching So You Think You Can Dance. Among the trio, only one can really dance.

The Malaysian Invader Exclusive with Genie Cum Laude

The Malaysian Invader Exclusive with Genie Cum Laude

Last week, Genie Cum Laude announced his retirement at a press conference. The Malaysian Invader (TMI) was granted an exclusive with Genie, and asks Genie about acting in the 60s television series, “I Dream of Jeannie” and rumours of a famous master called Rosmah.

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Migrants in Malaysia

A consideration of the meaning of International Migrants Day as we observe International Migrants Day today, amidst observing stories of migrant workers being abused by employers and agents with no justice yet in sight.

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Sex, thugs, and NGOs in Cambodia

Sex, thugs, and NGOs in Cambodia

An incisive look at the perceived “innocence” of Phnom Penh as compared to Bangkok because of the lack of red light districts, when in fact its uglier and sinister side lays deep and unseen.

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Proselytization by US Military in Afghanistan poses death threat to many

“Just as the Special Forces are hunting down al-Qaeda, we’re hunting down people for Jesus.” I shuddered as I listened to what the uniformed man (who appeared to be leading an evangelical worship session in Baghram where the US military force is based in Afghanistan) said in firing enthusiasm to his congregation on TV the […]

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Our World. Your Move: Celebrating World Red Cross/Red Crescent Day

“All can, in one way or another, each in his own sphere, and within his own limitations, do something to help move the good work forward.” These powerful words were uttered by Henry Dunant following the Battle of Solferino 150 years ago. The founder of the Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement was one who believed that […]

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