Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for the ‘Anticipation’ Category

It is the 27th August 2015, just two days to the Bersih 4 march in Kuala Lumpur, WP, Kuching, Sarawak and Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Malaysians must note and record this historical event for posterity, the next generations must know how their elders struggled and strove to win democratic freedom from oppression, exploitation and feudalism born of past colonial rule. We will remember the past, the present and the future. (more…)

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

I believe this a worthy cause and hope that readers will support it. Burmese human rights activist,  Aung Myo Ming returns to Burma, now Myanmar, after 24 years in exile, bearing a gift to his homeland, that, hopefully, its current rulers  will appreciate. (more…)

Read Full Post »

BLACKOUT 505 continues.

Adam Adli, the new voice of youthful Malaysia speaks with such power and conviction that the powers that be, see him as a threat to their shaky claim to rule this country. (more…)

Read Full Post »

Dear Readers,

I realized that I’ve kept you waiting too long over the Holiday Season and am very sorry. Some of you may have waited eagerly and were disappointed with my lack of response. (more…)

Read Full Post »

Hello dear Readers,

I decided to acquire a ‘home’ of my own. Well, will give it a try for a year. My friend Anil tells me I’m now a pro-blogger. Ahem…feel a bit …er…not so sure of that. Blogging is addictive. Anyway, the proof of the pudding is in the eating, isn’t it? So, we’ll see, or you’ll see if I live up to it. (more…)

Read Full Post »

The world is like a leaky tub in the ocean. Here we are undergoing climate change that’s punching holes in our planet, yet human kind is aiding its sinking by creating conflict on the lamest excuse. Those trying to repair the leaks can’t keep up with the rate at which these are being created. It looks like the negative elements are getting the better of us and taking the upper-hand. Samuel Huntingdon’s proverbial “clash of civilizations” seems to be the thing influencing certain minorities who seem intent on making that premise a reality. (more…)

Read Full Post »

When one mentions “low-cost housing” for the lower-income community, visions of concrete tower blocks with apartments little more than cubicles comes to mind. The stink of garbage chutes, florescent lighting that’s broken and blown in places, smelly dimly lit lifts frequently out of order, walls decorated with graffiti, and all that’s dark, dreary, wet and repulsive. Being poor doesn’t mean that one has to be treated sub-humanly and allotted the cheapest, lowest quality standard of living in vermin infested, crime fertile environments.  (more…)

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »

SANDIWARA

tracking ORIGINS

The Neighborhood

society online's social conscious

Art by Ken

The works and artistic visions of Ken Knieling.

The Conscience Blog

The conscience of a society is its economy

Transitions and A Medically Complex Child

Spina Bifida, Education, Learning and Life

Ray Ferrer - Emotion on Canvas

** OFFICIAL Site of Artist Ray Ferrer **

Bucket List Publications

Indulge- Travel, Adventure, & New Experiences

notalltheenglishdrinktea

Language, poetry, literature, philosophy... with coffee and biscuits.