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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Lawyers protest to IGP Bukit Aman Wednesday afternoon

Lawyers and concerned citizens will be congregating at Bukit Aman entrance to protest police highhandedness and arrogance tomorrow at the entrance to Bukit Aman at 12 noon. Below are the details:

Date: 31st March 2010, Wednesday
Time: 12pm
Place: In front of Bukit Aman entrance
Ibu Pejabat Polis Diraja Malaysia
Bukit Aman
Jalan Bukit Aman
50560 Kuala Lumpur.

Location map, Bukit Aman, Jalan Bukit Aman, off Jalan Tanglin, Lake Gardens, Kuala Lumpur

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Below are details of what happened to a lawyer while trying to help his client when he was arrested:

Protest on Weds: Lawyer assaulted & arrested by cops while attempting to defend client against detention w/o trial
Two events coming up. One is Norizan’s Salleh’s latest attempt to get justice, by delivering a memo to the Home Minister on Thursday (April 1st) at Parliament, 11.30am.

The other big one involves once again the maltreatment of lawyers who are just trying to do their job. This particular case involves comrade Amer Hamzah, who helped quite a bit in the aftermath of my own arrest.

He was assaulted and briefly arrested while attempting to defend his client, actor Benjy (that case in the news), who was rearrested under the Dangerous Drugs Act (which like the ISA and EO allows for indefinite detention without trial) immediately after being released by the court – once again displaying a travesty of justice.

I’m going to try my best to attend. When the rest of us find ourselves arrested and intimidated by cops, these lawyers are our first – often only – line of defense. They’ve stood up for us countless times, and we ought to do the same.


Lawyer Amer Hamzah Arshad manhandled and briefly arrested by police outside court

1. On 25th March 2010 Amer Hamzah had obtained his client Khaeryll Benjamin Ibrahim@ Benjy’s release on bail on a charge of drug possesssion at the Jln Duta courts.

2. Near the bail processing counter, about 10 policemen suddenly converged on Amer and his client and ordered the client to go with them. Present were the client’s mother Azean Irdawaty, pupil Sharon Khoo and some family members.

3. The policemen were in plainclothes, and Amer demanded their identity and police card. A police inspector claimed that it was an arrest under the Dangerous Drugs ( Special Preventive Measures) Act i.e: detention without trial.

4. At this point, Amer was assaulted and briefly arrested. Two policemen grabbed Amer and held him back with force. Amer protested his treatment, and repeatedly asked the police not to touch him. Eventually Amer was released as his client was bundled away.

Our Protest

The unlawful, oppressive and arbitrary actions of the police on 25th March are a gross interference with a lawyer carrying out his duty to his client. Amer was discharging his duties in the best traditions of the Malaysian Bar, when he sought explanation from the police as to why his client was being arrested. Despite being surrounded by police, he continued to speak out for his client,as he was bound to do.The aggressive and unlawful response of the police is a reflection of the general arrogance and lack of respect for the rule of law widely displayed by the police force. The matter is aggravated by the fact that Amer’s client was being arrested under an oppressive and unconstitutional preventive detention law. The Malaysian Bar has forcefully and repeatedly called for the repeal of all preventive detention laws. The re-arrest of Benjy immediately after his release by the court is also a flagrant contempt of judicial authority. The Inspector General of Police must:

a) take stern action against the policemen who assaulted Amer Hamzah Arshad and the officer who was in charge of the operation;

b) undertake not to further interfere with lawyers carrying out their duties;

c) immediately stop the unjust practice of re-arresting under preventive detention laws persons released by court;

d) issue a public apology to all concerned;

e) undertake to respect the right of the Malaysian public for unimpeded and free access to lawyers at all times.



Wednesday, March 24, 2010

(CONPAC) Coalition of NGO & Professional Councillors launching



NGO & Professional councilors are often seen as an informal grouping of civil society representatives & ordinary professionals. We are not bound together with any common platform or manifesto except for general assumptions that we stand for certain principles based on Democracy, Justice and Human Rights.

We do not have a cohesive system with a clear representative to act as the “coordinator” of our “NGO & Professional councilors grouping” unlike political party based councilors who have a system of “party whips” to act as a coordination, support and communications system amongst their councilors.

Today we the NGO and professional councilors from different local councils in Selangor State are establishing and launching a “Coalition of NGO & Professional Councilors” (CONPAC). This important and new initiative is to provide a support network and coordination mechanism for NGO and Professional councilors in Selangor state and hopefully and eventually in other “Pakatan Rakyat” led State governments.

We therefore invite members of the media and civil society organizations to witness the launching of the CONPAC. This is a very significant event and the first time in the political history of local governments in Malaysia.

DATE: March 25th 2010 (Thursday)
TIME: 10.30-11.30 am
No. 3 & 5 Lorong Sultan,
46200 Petaling Jaya,

For further inquiries:
HP: 012-3792189

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Penang Local Government Consultative Forum

This is to let you know about the Penang Local Government Consultative Forum (Pembentangan NGO untuk Forum Perundingan Kerajaan Tempatan Pulau Pinang), an initiative under the Penang State government.

Basically this is an opportunity for the public/community groups to voice their concerns/issues. The procedure is that you send your concerns/issues via
fax 04-2616402,
or by letter to
Oon Lai Kuan,
Ketua Penolong Setiausaha,
Pejabat Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang,
Bahagian Kerajaan Tempatan,
Tingkat 20 KOMTAR,
10503 Pulau Pinang.

There is at present no closing date for concerns/issues to be sent in.

The Secretariat (under YB Chow Kon Yeow) will consider the issues sent in and select ones to be discussed. Contributors (those who sent in their issues) will be contacted to make their presentations in the forum. Half an hour will be set aside for each of the presentations, including time for discussion with participants.

So this is a chance for people to voice their specific concerns to the local government. Please do make an effort to participate in this Penang Local Government Consultative Forum.

Forum Perundingan Kerajaan Tempatan P.Pianng
Date: 1 April (Thurs) 2010, Time: 2-5 pm
Venue: Dewan Bosch, Kompleks Penyayang.
Chair: YB Chow Kon Yeow

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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Ibrahim Ali Perkasa gambling company shares

Ibrahim Ali, the king frog who started PERKASA was reported to own shares of a gambling company Ascot Sports company together with Vincent Tan. If true, it brings into question his stature as a Malay rights and Islam activist for Muslims gambling is haram (forbidden) to Muslims.

According to Malaysiakini: PKR MP: 'Malay warrior' Ibrahim Ali owns shares in gambling company, Ibrahim Ali simply shrug his shoulders when this matter was brought up at the Parliament during the debate on the Royal Address

Friday, March 19, 2010

Goods Services Tax Alor Setar

The DAP will hold its next roadshow on the proposed GST (General Goods and Services Tax) at Alor Setar, Perlis. Details as follows:

Date: Saturday, 27 March 2010
Time: 8pm
Venue: Dewan Sin Quah Chuah

Sin Quah Chuah Chong Soo, Kedah/Perlis
737, Lebuh Raya Darulaman
05100, Alor Setar,
电话:+604-730 8732/733 8609
传真:+604-733 7325

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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia Malacca Roadshow

The Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia roadshow now moves to Malacca.

Date: March 27, 2010 (Saturday)
Time: 2pm sharp-6.30pm (Registration begins at 1pm)
Venue: Pay Fong High School
No. 40, Jalan Tan Chay Yan,
75300 Melaka
(Sekolah Menengah Pay Fong)

Location map, Pay Fong High School, Jalan Tan Chay Yan, Malacca

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Registration is required to attend this event.

To register:
Tel: +603-2095 0435;
Wed-Sun, 12 noon-7pm

Founding of the Nation. The Truth, by Fahmi Reza
Human Beings; Born Free and Equal, by Jahaberdeen Mohd Yoonus & Azmi Sharom
Nation in Distress? - Did We Let It Happen?, by Haris Ibrahim
This is My Home, I Care; I want to Make It Better, by Rakyat Voices

The poster - a multi-coloured quilt of words - explains the gist of the Melaka theme, Kita Semua Pendatang.

saya anak bangsa malaysia malacca road show

It's to be read like a song, Lyrics below:

Lyrics for the Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia Malacca Roadshow Song


My name cukup terrer,
My hikayat - u know lah - bestseller
Pelbagai nama, but panggil I Parameswara,
Kira once the Fresh Prince of Sri Vijaya
In Sanskrit, it means Supreme Lord
But worry not, I takkan won't goreng till you're bored

My story started very sad;
Fled from Tumasik cos some people mad
Went to Muar, Biawak Busuk plak kacau,
But then at another tebing, Wah! This place syiok kaw-kaw
Cos a kancil kicked a dog's a** and got me all inspired,
Hence born Melaka, my pendatang story, and all that transpired

Melaka Melaka
Learn lah lessons from Melaka
Come on kawan, why u all fight?
Semua pun pendatang; and that's our might!

I offered rice, sago, banana and spice;
Everything also make nice-nice
People came when told something's happening
Tengok sekali, they all said 'Fuiyo, gua pening'
From Myanmar, Pasai, Acheh, Parsi they sailed
When Ayudhya and Majapahit heard, they went quite pale

Harumnya Melaka once upon a time
Smelled of kunyit, pandan and some lime
The streets had jade, jaspers, cloves, and silk,
And plump cows from Ceylon filling pitchers of milk
Ah my big family from Flores, Champa 'n Marakkar
And my bro Cheng Ho from China who loved ikan bakar

Melaka Melaka
Learn lah lessons from Melaka
Come on kawan, what for fight
Semua pun pendatang; and that's our might!

It's no secret really how we grew;
Macam kat Athens, Turki and Venice too
Dasar buka pintu, we declared with our hearts
'Selamat datang, Pendatang', jom play a part
Brown skin, sepet eyes, Maggi hair - wild as it seems
We were many, many colours, but breathed one dream

1511 Portuguese datang mari,
My descendents, again, had to cabut lari.
But they came back - Baba, Nyonya, Chitty, Marican,
Variety in muka, culture and also benda makan.
From mere house, they made it home,
So with diverse ideas, body and spirit, they said Jom!

Melaka Melaka
Learn lah lessons from Melaka
Come on kawan, what for fight
Semua pun pendatang; and that's our might!

600 years sudah berlalu,
Masing-masing, hati dah macam batu.
Sikit-sikit cannot sit still,
Warna kulit pun want to make such a big deal.
Oi! Cukup! Grow up lah,
Don't lah tell people 'Pergi Blah!'

Timah, sawit, rubber and tea,
Macha, community is not built merely on commodity.
Perhati laksa, cendol, pasembor masa kini
Semua campur-rojak kaw-kaw, baru lah best macamni
You guys have something that stood time's test,
Now let's give racism a rest


From an email forward and a challenge for Prof. Khoo Khay Khim:

By Michael Chick

Michael Chick goes back to old Arabic maps to find that Tanah Melayu was actually called Barr Chin or Tanah China . So who is the Pendatang?

Even our famous Professor of History does not know this as he only refers to English texts. A shame, isn't it?

The Great Tanah Melayu Debate

We hear UMNO's cries for “Brain Gain”, caused by excruciating “Brain Drain”, in the wake of hundreds of thousands of Malaysians who are fleeing their country. We've heard the many alleged reasons provided from both sides of the fence. One of the strongest seems to be the fact that UMNO is asking all “pendatangs” to leave the country if they are not happy.

By Michael Chick

Well, Robert Kwok certainly did just that. And along with him, his entire businesses worth billions in “Tax Drain”. BTN has also been copiously assisting, by enthusiastically brainwashing simple minds into thinking that “Tanah Melayu” is reserved for Orang Melayu. Of course, they quickly tell you that anyone can become an Orang Melayu by speaking, dressing, and behaving like one (what! ever that means, who knows?).

Well, UMNO managed to achieve one thing. The BTN-type morons, and their predecessors, have been overwhelmingly successful in brainwashing todays' 27 million citizens. Who says that the Peninsular was ALWAYS called “Tanah Melayu”? This is a recent British Term!! Let me dedicate this Article to the foremost “so-called reknown Historian” of the country. Prof Dr Emeritus Khoo Khay Khim (and anyone else who claims to be as competent in History as well).

Prior to “Tanah Melayu” being a British Tag in the 19th century, the peninsular was formerly known as Malacca in the 15th century. The newly-renamed book “Sejarah Melayu” (previously known as “Asal-Usul Raja-Raja”) mentions every other place from India to China , including the tiny-speck-of-dirt called Temasik EXCEPT “Tanah Melayu”. Why was Tanah Melayu NEVER MENTIONED in Sejarah Melayu? Simple!! Because that was not it's name!! !

Tanah Melayu was NEVER the name until the British came and colonized the Peninsular.

(please see map below)

map of the East Indies

Since UMNO has a habit of believing that “whatever is older is better”, let's take a short walk down this slippery slope of history. (Also, BTN-Baru syllabus planners should start taking notes.)

For starters, “Malaya ” in Tagalog means “Peaceful” (go ask your Pinoy maid).

“Malai” means “Hill” in Tamil; as in “mini-Himalaya” to describe the Titiwangsa Range on the said Peninsular since the 2nd century by the Gujerati Traders who helped the local Malays set up their formidable Hindu Empire at Lembah Bujang.
ref: Prof Nik Hassan, Tom Harrison, and H.G Quatrich Wales

Also read he re:

Only in the 19th Century was The Peninsular known as “Tanah Melayu”.

In the 15th Century, the Peninsular was known by no other name than “The Malacca Peninsular”.

Before “that Rebel-Indonesian Guy” came over here (look, he wanted to kill his own father; what else do you want me to call Parameswara?), the Peninsular was known as “Barr Kra” in the 10th Century. Before that, the Peninsular was known as the “Golden Chersonese” since the 2nd Century.

Golden Chersonese is the ancient name to refer to the Malay Peninsula by Claudius Ptolemy or Claudius Ptolemaeus (Greek: ; c. 90 – c.. 168). Known in ! English as Ptolemy, he was a Greek-speaking geographer, astronomer, and astrologer. During Roman times, the Malay Peninsula developed an international reputation as a source of gold; hence the name was given.”

By the way, “Barr” simply means “Land” in the Persian Language. And Barr Kra above, means “ Land of Kra ” (as in reference to the Isthmus of Kra ).

But I've saved the best for last, as usual. And I hope all you soon-to-be “Brain Gain” people are sitting down reading this ....

The earliest known Arabic Maps refer to the Peninsular as “Barr CHIN”.

Where Chin refers to CHINA ! Why did the Arabs call this Peninsular “Tanah China” instead of “Tanah Melayu”? When Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. spoke about “Exotic Tanah China ”, was he actually refering to Malaya ? After all, according to records, Malayan Gold Mines was already famous 500 years BEFORE the Prophet was born!! As his wife, Khadijah was a Great Trader. He must have known!

Footnote: Chin is spelt “Xin” by the Portuguese, but always pronounced as Chin.

Alright, it's now public!! The oldest known Arab Maps called the Peninsular “Barr Chin”; which translates to “Tanah China ”, or “ Land of Chinese ”. BTN can now implement this new found knowledge into their syllabus. You cannot deny that you don't know it now! Perhaps if you spoke Hokkien, dressed like a Hokkien, and practised Hokkien Customs, the Hokkiens might be gracious enough to accept you. Sounds absurd? Absolutely; and so does the other “Great Race-Changing Trick” practised by UMNO. And I quote Prof Dr Anthony Milner (ANU), “If it's so easy to join a race, it must be equally easy to 'un-join' that race ...”

Alright, Prof Khoo, your turn now ...

This will be the first exercise in “Brain Gain” which UMNO is allegedly proposing, for the greater good of 1Malaysia; plus, I'll even give you a hint: (because I'm nice and assume that you actually really, really, really, don't know ....)

It's a Dark Green Hardcover Book about an inch thick; usually reserved for Academicians like yourself. So you won't find it in Popular, MPH, Wiki, Amazon or any Pasar Malam. I'm sure that Great Historians like yourself, have your own Jstor Account number.

Unfortunately, it's written ! in English, so UMNO people cannot possibly understand it; because, as they say it so eloquently, “...that English sounds like strange babbling ....”
So be nice, Prof, and please translate it for them. And in my best Manglish, “Can translate or not? Please?”

Me? I'll take a nice stroll over to the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies here in Leiden, to read more on this .... I'd better put on a Jacket too, it's a li! ttle nippy today.

“Doei!!” Pronounced, 'do-we' in Dutch.

Very True... One Malaysia... Bullshit...

Discrimination of Non-Malays in Malaysia Plain racists as PAS said . . .
The Malaysian government should publish statistics showing how much Malays had benefited from the 'special rights' of Malays and at the same time release the statistics which show how minority races are being discriminated against.

Hence, the responsibility lies in the Malaysia government itself to publish unadulterated statistics of racial discrimination.

If the Malaysia government hides the statistics above, then there must be some evil doings, immoral doings, shameful doings and sinful doings, like the Nazis, going on with the non-Malays of Malaysia .

Civilized nations, unlike the evil Nazis, must publish statistics to show its treatment of its minority races. This is what Malaysia must pub! lish.

We are asking for the publication of the statistics showing how 'implementation of special rights of Malays' had inflicted colossal racial discrimination onto non-Malays.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan will resign on March 25, 2010

The Inspector-General of Police, Musa Hassan was reported by China Press as having submitted his resignation to Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein Onn, five months before the end of his contract. Apparently he planned to formally step down on March 25 at a function commemorating the 203rd Police Day. If true, this is good news to be celebrated as Musa Hassan should not have his term extended in the first place as his performance as Inspector-General of Police had been attrocious.

Update 11.35am: Musa Hassan has denied that he have resigned as Inspector-General and hinting that perhaps China Press source for its report as being from the underworld. Let us hope that eventually Musa Hassan will be forced to resign.


Apparently Najib Abdul Razak didn't like what John Lee wrote about him over at The Malaysian Insider because that article can no longer be found.

In the name of press freedom, here is the article reproduced in full:


by John Lee

Datuk Seri Najib Razak was supposed to be a better Prime Minister than Tun Abdullah Badawi. But his charm offensive belies his failure to protect our democracy and our institutions. Najib replaced Pak Lah because of the Umno warlords protecting their own interests, rather than those of the country’s; he is a Prime Minister beholden to Umno politicos, not the Malaysian voters.

The biggest problem people had with Pak Lah was that he was weak. He said nice things, but he didn’t have the willpower to see them through. He was a career civil servant, not a politician. So we got Najib—a consummate politician.

But Pak Lah’s weakness was a double-edged sword. He let a lot of people get away with saying nasty things—our nation’s dirty laundry of corruption and racism was aired like never before during his time. But the Sarawak Tribune aside, the Abdullah administration also let people get away with a lot of productive debate. It was a breath of fresh air compared to the Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad regime.

The Najib regime is a return to the era of Mahathir. One of the most pervasive and repulsive examples of this is the insidious 1Malaysia campaign. It’s simply a tiruan ciplak of Bangsa Malaysia or Wawasan 2020—a pretence of vision for the country. Nowadays when I go to official events, the emcees greet us: “Assalamualaikum dan salam 1Malaysia.” This is nothing more than Orwellian propaganda.

Now, I could tolerate propaganda if this amorphous 1Malaysia idea were actually productive. It seems that Datuk Idris Jala has been working his butt off to make it so. But as The Malaysian Insider has reported, Idris’s attempts to redress racial injustices have been rejected by the Cabinet and replaced with vague, token promises of sweet nothings.

Other reform efforts, such as the amendment or abolition of the ISA and our other anti-democratic laws seem to have fallen by the wayside. Despite the fanciful KPIs flying around, the government still cannot convince the public that our law enforcement agencies truly work to uphold justice. In the public’s eyes, the MACC is as tainted and politically biased as ever. The constant foot-dragging in the prosecutions for the death of A. Kugan and the multi-billion ringgit Port Klang Free Zone disaster only suggest that Najib has no intention of meaningfully upholding the rule of law.

Under the Constitution, the same laws apply to all Malaysians: if one Malaysian has the right to peacefully protest, then all Malaysians must have that same right. Only a few days ago, the police stopped a major Pakatan rally in Kuala Lumpur because it was supposedly disturbing the peace.

When a bunch of rabble-rousers held rallies outside mosques across the country in January then—rallies where some people had the gall to call for further torching of churches—that wasn’t disturbing the peace? Apparently not: Najib’s regime protects your democratic rights only when it is convenient.

Now, Najib’s government is going further: it is confiscating books simply because it doesn’t like them. Cartoonist Zunar’s 1FunnyMalaysia is gone—I suppose because the title makes fun of 1Malaysia. Amir Muhammad’s Politicians Say the Darndest Things, which was perfectly acceptable for public consumption a year ago, is now gone from the shelves. Nat Tan and I edited a book on police brutality and custodial deaths, such as Teoh Beng Hock’s; this book, Where is Justice, is now gone too.

Again, forget the rule of law; these books are not officially banned. (Indeed, in some stores, the sales clerk will sell them to you from behind the counter.) What Najib has simply done is intimidate booksellers into taking these books off the shelves, so you do not even realise they exist. Again, the Orwellian parallels are frightening.

What I liked about Pak Lah is that as bumbling as he was, he was an accidental democrat. Under his still-authoritarian regime, we at least saw the beginnings of some productive and open debate. Heck, he even tried to reform the Anti-Corruption Agency and overhaul some of our draconian laws like the ISA before he stepped down. If Mahathir was Bapa Pemodenan, then I daresay Pak Lah could be Bapa Demokrasi.

Najib is set only on protecting himself and the cronies of his regime, democracy and the rule of law be damned. 1Malaysia does not do away with any of the serious injustices in our country; this is not a government for all Malaysians. This is a government for Umno. There is a chance, of course, for Najib to change course, and make 1Malaysia for all; he could, if he wanted to, be remembered as Bapa Reformasi. But unless he takes action, I fear we may well remember him as Bapa Kezaliman.

George Orwell at Amazon

Friday, March 12, 2010

Two faced king frog Ibrahim Ali

Not only is the unprincipled Ibrahim Ali a king frog for hopping from political party to political party, he is also a two faced double crosser. While he is pretending to champaign for Malay rights and privileges and "preventing" the Chinese from taking over the country (where on earth did this ape brain got his figures that the minority Chinese can take over the country) he is going to bed with Vincent Tan, the one whom RPK said paid RM25 million to donkey Hee Yit Foong to betray her constituency and Perak and caused the takeover of the Perak state government. Read for yourself at Fakes and Shamans.

Below is the annual report of Dunham-Bush Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. which showed Ibrahim Ali as an Independent non-executive director:

corporate information Dunham-Bush Malaysia Sdn Bhd

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Tragedy: Najib Abdul Razak

From an email forward:

Subject: Tragedy is No Great Loss......

Tragedy is No Great Loss......
A terrible triple tragedy if this wonderful message is NOT circulated.......

Najib Tun Razk was visiting a school. In one class, he asks the students if anyone can give him an example of a "tragedy." One little boy stands up and offers that, "If my best friend who lives next door is playing in the street when a car came by and killed him, that would be a tragedy."

"No," Najib says, "That would be an ACCIDENT."

A girl raises her hand. "If a school bus carrying fifty children drove off a cliff, killing everyone inside...that would be a tragedy."

"I'm afraid not," explains Najib. "That is what we would call a GREAT LOSS."

The room is silent; none of the other children dare volunteer.

"What?" asks Najib, "Isn't there anyone here who can give me an example of a tragedy ?"

Finally a boy in the back raises his hand. In a timid voice, he says: "If an airplane carrying you and Datin Seri Rosmah was blown up by a bomb, that would be a tragedy."

"Wonderful !" Najib beams. "Marvelous ! And can you tell me WHY that would be a tragedy ?"

"Well," says the boy, "because it wouldn't be an accident, and it certainly would be no great loss !"

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Freedom Film Fest 2010: HELP University College

Announcing the official launch of the Freedom Film Fest 2010. After the launch, the premiere screening of KOMAS’s latest documentary, ”SELEPAS TSUNAMI” (After The Tsunami) will be filmed:

Date: 11 MARCH 2010
Time: 8 PM – 10 PM
Venue: Theatrette, Main Building, HELP University College

Location map of HELP University College, Kuala Lumpur

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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Forum: No to more taxes

Announcement: There will be a forum entitled "No to more taxes" at Jaya One Crystal Crown Hotel, Petaling Jaya.

Date: Wednesday, 17 March, 2010
Location: Crystal Crown Hotel,
12 Lorong Utara A,
Seksyen 52,
Petaling Jaya,
Selangor 46200‎
Tel: 03-7958 4422‎

Tan Sri Khalid
Lim Guan Eng
Tony Pua
Dr. Dzul
Rafizi Ramli

Call 016-2208 867 for further details

Location map, Crystal Crown Hotel, Lorong Utara, Petaling Jaya

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Date: 17 March, 2010
Time: 8pm
Location: PJ Live Arts Centre, Jaya 1, Seksyen 13, Petaling Jaya.
Speakers: Tony Pua, Dr. Dzul, Charles Santiago

Location Map, Jaya One, Section 13, Petaling Jaya

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