Looking back at the pandemic
While it may feel like the pandemic will continue forever, there will come a day when it ends.
Between desperate migrants and lackadaisical Malaysians
Covid-19 cases exist among the migrant workers but they also exist among Malaysians, and the reasons can sometimes overlap.
The dismissal of struggle
Privilege has allowed a number of people to be unaware of the misfortune surrounding them.
Do you have darah muda in you?
Darah muda or young blood means more than wanting things to go quickly.
Waiting in Lorong Haji Taib
From parents to sex workers, the residents of Lorong Haji Taib all wait for their own reasons.
Rempit and the dismissal of a struggle
We should know, understand, and be kind to this group of underprivileged adolescents.
The hard life of the homeless
Even with help, supplies run out and the number of people who need help continues increasing.
The customer isn’t always right
The saying should only hold true insofar as both parties involved in the transaction are satisfied.
Of parking spots and lives that are never enough
Life in a PPR is a life that is worth less than what residents are worthy of but just enough to keep them there.
When unicorns and fairies began giving Covid-19 jabs
Bad experiences with government institutions are a dime a dozen but the men and women behind the national Covid-19 vaccination programme provide a glimpse of what the country could be.
Covid-19, the catch-22 numbers game
How we approach it will depend on which numbers we choose to zoom in on.
Not all racist acts take place in dodgy areas or in globally condemned public outbursts.