By Anonymous The author is a bubbly girl who enjoys midnight mamak sessions with friends and who is surrounded by people who love her for who she is. I sat […]
By Ooi Kok Hin Ooi Kok Hin is a second year Political Science and Philosophy student at The Ohio State University. A fan of WWE, Naruto, and Manchester United. Recently […]
By Jorene Ooi Jorene is a pragmatic liberal who would like to see a better Malaysia. Her parents drove her to school in a bright cyan Kancil, a green and […]
By Iswari Nallisamy Iswari is studying Plant Science in Cornell University. She is a spiritual daydreamer who has a soft spot for animals, especially puppies. When I was 5, I […]
By Gwen Owen Gwen is a peace-loving child of the universe. Back in 2008, I was teaching part-time at a public university near Chow Kit. I was living in Kampung […]
By Allen Lian Jun Yi Allen Lian Jun Yi is a very lucky young man pursuing Environmental Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley. He thinks that systemic inequality and […]
By Ad Omar Adlin is an aspiring writer and an idealist. She hopes her writings will unite people one day, at the very least on a readers’ forum. Unity is […]
A student heading home for the holidays finds an unlikely friend in the mad balik kampong rush.
By Alena Abdul Aziz Henriksen Alena is a Malay expat wife in Bangkok with two precocious adopted kids, one obese cat and a love for sewing. I am happy that […]
Children are blind to racial differences and of that we can definitely learn from them. They treat each other equally without racial bias and they accept each other’s differences because they are just different, period. We could learn this from our children.