History Beyond Boundaries.

  • De(con)structing Merdeka and the Media
    The buildings of Malaya’s independence are very different from those that define Kuala Lumpur’s landscape today. How different are its storytellers? The Merdeka Interviews : Architects, Engineers and Artists of Malaysia’s Independenceby Lai Chee Kien and Ang Chee Cheong It’s difficult to write something both original and interesting on a […]
  • What We Think 3#: Colonialism in the eyes of economists
    by Phuong Nguyen Thai Hoai and Samantha Ho Imagined Malaysia currently has its own column space on a newly established local news portal. The purpose of this column is to provide a platform to our members and supporters to speak their mind on issues that are pertaining to society, […]
  • What We Think 2#: Ecocide and Prejudice – A Malaysian Emergency
    Imagined Malaysia currently has its own column space on a newly established local news portal. The purpose of this column is to provide a platform to our members and supporters to speak their mind on issues that are pertaining to society, politics and history. We also welcome our patrons […]
  • What We Think 1#: A textbook problem of what’s wrong with our education
    Imagined Malaysia currently has its own column space on a newly established local news portal. The purpose of this column is to provide a platform to our members and supporters to speak their mind on issues that are pertaining to society, politics and history. We also welcome our patrons […]
  • Remembering and reimagining May 13: 50 years later
    50 years. That’s how long Dr Lim Teck Ghee has kept his experiences of May 13, 1969 out of the public eye. Though his voice was calm and his words measured, they were underscored by a grave and profound terror that silenced the crowded hall of Gerakbudaya that night. He […]