Thoughts on the 8TV Ramadhan Advertisements.
It’s sad that we have to label ourselves according to race.
The first in a series of letters from LoyarBurokker Pepper Lim, to his daughter Paprika.
Is it racism that causes Malaysian Chinese to be cliquish or just bad faith? Let’s find out why some Malaysian Chinese youth can’t integrate into society and why abolishing vernacular schools may be just a blind shot at solving a growing problem.
Reflections of the incidents of May 13, 42 years ago, and how Malaysia has grown since then.
It is not easy being a Malaysian Chinese these days. Nobody wants you, not even Malaysia. Shang Neng shares anecdotes from his younger days and rants about the travesties of being Malaysian and Chinese. Disclaimer: All are personal opinion based on the stories the author has heard from family and friends. It should not be construed as gospel truth.
Together with hundreds of thousands of other Sarawakians, M. Chauhan recently exercised his right as a citizen to vote in the State elections. So which part of “MY RIGHT TO VOTE” does Utusan Malaysia not understand?
The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS), the Malaysia Inner Temple Alumni Association and the Bar Council of Malaysia are pleased to invite you to a talk entitled “A Nation’s Descent Into Darkness – The United Nations Rwanda Tribunal: Its Successes And Failures”. The speaker is Iain Morley QC, with Tan Sri James Foong […]
A young and hopeful Malaysian finds himself turned away at the Malay Dilemma Symposium on the basis of race, and shares with us his experience as he is escorted out by security guards because he cared for the Malay Dilemma.
Perhaps THIS is the secret to combating racism: Allow offensive remarks to be countered by equally (not more) offensive and FUNNY retort.
Derek Kok reminiscence his past to find out how he started to see colour.
The historiography of science, race, and gender in the US South and the legal-historico-scientific lessons it provides. This is Part 2 of 3.
A critical consideration about the practice of Islam in Malaysia with regards to conversion and apostasy written 2 years ago is not simply still relevant but timely.
The historiography of science, race, and gender in the US South and the legal-historico-scientific lessons it provides. This is Part 1 of 3.
Reflections on closet racism. “Beware of your thoughts, they become your words. Beware of your words, they become your actions. Beware of your actions, they become your habits. Beware of your habits, they become your character…”
Malaysia Day at LoyarBurok continues with our 5th runner, a duo from Sarawak that uncovers this conversation that has been taking place and only getting louder as Malaysia celebrates its 47th year of nationhood. Is your voice a part of this?
What’s with this surge in racism and the obsession with race-based everything?!
Is it justifiable if the Government were to use the ISA or Sedition Act on the likes of Ridhuan Tee and Ibrahim Ali? Should we laud such an action?
An exploration of both sides of the fence in the issue of non-Muslims entering mosques and possible ways to reconcile to the two.