by Charmaine Tew Shu Yi
“Hahaha! You’re using such an outdated phone!”
That was the remark I got from an 8-year-old kampung boy when he saw my friend using an old Nokia phone. His name is Windy.
Windy is not the typical kampung boy you imagine him to be. He’s witty, street-smart, and he laughs at you for owning an old Nokia 3310.
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by Aimy Lee
Is anyone tired yet?
I surely am.
I do consider myself relatively aware of political news. More likely, I am very interested in it. With the elections inching closer, information about parties, candidates, manifestos and rumours are being increasingly covered in the news, be it mainstream media or alternative media.
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by Amir Rozlan
Too much hope for change rests on the elections, and this will not be a commentary on them. Both parties and their most avid supporters tell us it’s good or evil, outbidding each other’s populist promises. If the last five years are an indication of what can change with stronger Opposition influence, it appears that states under their government have been getting on without extraordinary change, as have the states which remained under BN. Instead, we have had more fingers pointed at each other’s corruption, mismanagement and general misconduct, although it is obvious who should rightly and naturally bear more responsibility for mismanaging the country for the past 50 years.
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