As far as Andrew Voon’s concerned, Sarawak’s where you can still find the true essence of what’s Malaysia – acceptance, living together and respecting each other – alive and thriving. And if West Malaysia wants to forget that, then that’s its problem. Just don’t drag us East Malaysians down that narrow path with it.
There’s a difference between how West Malaysians and Sarawakians perceive politics and its rhetoric. Kelvin Egay explains why.
For over half a century, the problem of low voter registration among Sarawakians has not been solved or is it intended to keep those under-registered groups from voicing their choice in the state’s and the country’s leadership?
June survived; and Lord Bobo gets to the highest peak of the Philippines!
Jom, let’s go to the concurrent, nationwide Candlelight Vigil in conjunction with 50 years of ISA. The Vigil will be held on 1 August 2010 at 8pm. You are invited!