This was first seen at The Malaysian Insider, July 2 2009. I’m putting up my old copies up. Some of the information, ideas and thoughts may be dated in retrospect.
DEC 15 — No two persons would agree on most things, with some of those contentions separated by a values abyss. It would seem on the face of it that resolutions for those fundamental contentions would be improbable, if not impossible.
JUNE 16 — There was a blackout in Sepang today, and the main meeting room in the council building got all uncomfortable for a good hour without airconditioning.
Might as well, as the representatives from Alam Flora (AF and not to be mistaken for Akademi Fantasia) were already sweating it out, and a lack of ventilation would be a better excuse for themselves than just saying outright that they didn’t have the answers. Continue reading “The Alam that is not a bunch of flora”→
There is a youth camp in Serdang this month and 240 persons between the ages of 18 and 20 will gather for two nights to learn more about the township they are in – Sepang.
The progenitors of the programme, myself included, removed ourselves to the fringe once many other good people wanted to input their own think into the camp. I welcome it, however the statement by an external consultant caught me quite absurd, at the final planning meeting held two days ago. Continue reading “Free the young”→