Tag: Imagined Malaysia

  • 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 to speak their mind through this […]

  • 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 to speak their mind through this […]

  • 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 was one of three panelists at […]

  • Happy 2019! 🎆🎉We have important updates for you. 📅

    Happy New Year, everyone! Time really does fly by quickly. Where did 2018 go?? We apologize for being a little quiet lately.😅 We have been working pretty hard on some major stuff to make 2019 a very fulfilling year for Imagined Malaysia. Here are some super important highlights that we want to share with our […]

  • Discussion Notes: Researching riots and processions in the 19th century

    As part of our efforts to encourage research for the upcoming blogging initiative, O for Other, we recently organised a reading seminar on ‘Riots and Processions in 19th Century Straits Settlement’. The reading seminar was facilitated by Simon Soon (Malaysia Design Archive and the Visual Art Program, Cultural Centre, University of Malaya) together with Syukri […]

  • 53 days to go! RM1,182 supported out RM2,000.

    We are HALFWAY there, fellow followers and patrons! Help us make Imagined Malaysia (IM) Review happen in January 2019. This bi-annual publication is already in the works. All we need is a way to cover printing costs. In case you missed the whole story about what has been going on, here’s a quick recap:

  • PRESS STATEMENT: Response to recent inaccurate coverage of “A People’s History of the Malayan Emergency” Event

    PRESS STATEMENT For Immediate Release 8 August 2018 Issued by, Gerakbudaya, Imagined Malaysia, Pusat Sejarah Rakyat, Malaysia Muda, KLSCAH Civil Rights Committee, Projek Dialog, Students in Resistance, Amateur, Persatuan Persahabatan Berpanjangan KL-Selangor, Persatuan Persahabatan Abad ke-21 RE: Response to recent inaccurate coverage of “A People’s History of the Malayan Emergency” Event “A People’s History of […]