Tag: Racism

Are Most Malaysians Bona Fide Racists?

Yes, that's the title of my long article. Also a fact! Yukiepedia is the anti thesis of "Wikipedia". When Wiki lies, Yuki edits. (wiki here refers...

Is Audio The Future Of Social Media Now?

The new buzzword on social media is Clubhouse. Our Feature Writer, Mohamad Taufiq Morshidi shares with us his thoughts and feedback received on this...

Unity Among Children – A Social Experiment

By Bob Morshidi https://youtu.be/mn5-TQ-SjB4 In 2019, one of the schools I was teaching were putting on an adaptation of Disney’s Mulan for its yearly school Drama...

The ABCs Of Unity – Beyond Baby Steps

ABC - Awareness Before Change By Anwardi Jamil I am a child of the 60s. Started my career as a writer in '76. I even...

Lovecraft Country: An Intersection Of Horror And Racism

By Mohamad Taufiq Morshidi Lovecraft Country Episode 1 & 2 Review Jordan Peele has remained one of the best filmmakers today. However, his outputs in television...

Mohamad Hassan – Vernacular schools a necessity in multicultural Malaysia

Datuk Seri Utama Mohamad Hassan said today in a media release from UMNO that vernacular schools are very much part of multicultural Malaysia and...
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