On migrant workers

When Phadendra Kumar Shrestha heard about the cupboardful of abandoned passports, he knew he was in trouble. The 27-year-old migrant worker from Sindhuli district, Nepal, had travelled to Malaysia on the promise of a salary more than double what he could ever hope to earn at home, but the contents of the cupboard made him… Continue reading On migrant workers

Security Isn’t a Priority At The Curve Shopping Mall

I normally prefer not complain about things online, but I feel that it’s important to point out my recent experience at the The Curve shopping mall, since car park security at shopping malls has been a hot topic recently. Note: In case this happens to sound like something bad happened, there was no attack, just… Continue reading Security Isn’t a Priority At The Curve Shopping Mall

Arrest the yellow fiend!

I usually do my best to keep this blog away from political issues, but it’s hard to stay away this time. With the beloved Malaysian government and its police¬†lackeys¬†busy arresting anybody wearing a yellow shirt to intimidate people away from the Bersih 2.0 rally, it’s hard not to take the Mickey out of them. Do… Continue reading Arrest the yellow fiend!