If you've ever wondered what the Orang Asli really want, this video features a Temiar community spokesperson articulating in no uncertain terms the rights they are entitled to. Here, Pak Chik Arong reads out the rights of the Orang...
Richard de Zoysa was a well-known Sri Lankan journalist, author, rights activist and actor, who was kidnapped and murdered on 18 February 1990. He was the nephew of the Malaysian political scientist Dr Johan Saravanamuttu. Richard's death, widely believed to...
In an unexpected development, student activist Safwan Anang has refused bail, even though the Court granted bail to all five charged with sedition this morning. Hishamuddin Rais, Haris Ibrahim, Tian Chua and Tamrin Ghafar were released pending...
Not surprisingly, Malaysia has dropped from 124th last year to 132nd place in 2008 in the RSF press freedom ranking. Among ten South-East Asian nations, Malaysian remains in 5th place while Timor-Leste, which has the freest press in the region,...
First it was bloggers Raja Petra and Sheih Kickdefella investigated for sedition. Now it's the turn of Jed Yoong, who was hauled up and questioned. Four police personnel also arrived at her house and confiscated her laptop, its power cable,...