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“There’s nothing to stop us from being Malaysian first”

“There’s nothing to stop us from being Malaysian first”

(Corrected at 1:20pm, 7 June 2011) THE vocal and articulate Lim Kit Siang many of us know in Parliament, through his blog and from news reports, is reticent when it comes to talking about himself. The veteran politician is slow to reveal what makes him tick or where he draws his ideals and inspirations from. [...]

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A shared history of suffering

A shared history of suffering

ENTERING politics was just a matter of time for Malaysia’s youngest member of Parliament (MP), Teo Nie Ching. As her parents, sister and brother-in-law are all DAP members, discussions on political developments were common in the Teo household. Teo recalls how she was first invited to stand for elections as an MP. “It was just [...]

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I do not have an identity crisis

I do not have an identity crisis

AUTHOR, activist, educationist and ex-politician: Dr Kua Kia Soong firmly believes in fighting for social justice. Despite being arrested twice — under the Internal Security Act (ISA) during Operation Lalang in 1987, and the second time for participating in the Second Asia-Pacific Conference on East Timor in 1996 — Kua’s passion for justice has not [...]

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