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The Malaysian tragicomedy: Life imitating art

The Malaysian tragicomedy: Life imitating art

WE know how art can imitate life, but oftentimes in Malaysia, it seems that life can also imitate art. So, what are the 10 ways the Malaysian sociopolitical landscape can be analogous to a theatre performance? 1. Flash factor       (Pic by David Ritter / sxc.hu)A production can be boosted by extra-theatrical elements such as […]

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Berdialog dengan PAS

Berdialog dengan PAS

Dialog anjuran musicForum (Gambar oleh musicForum) “MINTA maaf ya, ustaz, saya ada pengakuan,” kata saya. “Dalam kolum saya, teruk juga saya tibai ustaz tentang pendirian Pemuda PAS berkenaan konsert Michael Learns to Rock.” Ketua Pemuda PAS, Nasrudin Hassan at Tantawi, senyum selamba saja. “Saya tak ambil hati. Kalau macam tu, Datuk Zaid Ibrahim pun mengkritik […]

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Govt chides MLTR concert organiser

KUALA LUMPUR, 2 Sept 2009: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Jamil Khir Baharom today chided the organiser of this Saturday’s concert by Michael Learns to Rock for not taking into consideration the sensitivity of Muslims in the country. The action by the organiser to go ahead with the concert at the Arena of […]

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PAS tunjuk belang

PAS tunjuk belang

MENURUT Nasrudin Hassan Tantawi, Ketua Pemuda PAS, konsert Michael Learns to Rock pada 5 Sept 2009 kelak “akan membawa umat leka dan lalai malah merosakkan moral dan akhlak mereka”. Daripada ayat ini saja, saya sudah boleh agak yang tidak ada sesiapa pun dalam Pemuda PAS yang pernah mendengar lagu Michael Learns to Rock. Bagi saya, […]

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Can PAS manage victory?

Can PAS manage victory?

PAS supporters on nomination day, 17 Aug 2009 (Pic courtesy of theSun) THE Permatang Pasir by-election was an unquestionable success for PAS and the Pakatan Rakyat (PR). PAS’s share of the total votes cast, excluding spoilt votes, went from 66.39% in the March 2008 elections to 65.50% — a drop of barely 1%. The reduction […]

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