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The Justification on the Universities and University Colleges Act 1971 (UUCA)

December 6, 2010

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As a student in a local university, I’m of course angry at the UUCA imposed by the government on us, the learning class. Briefly, the all-embracing nature of the Act is such that if university students wish to organize a disco or a debate, they can only do so after securing the prior consent of […]

Stand up, Speak up (The justification on the absolution of free speech) Part 2

November 18, 2010

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I was once a victim of hate speech. Bizarrely, this happened in the most unexpected of places. It happened in Auckland, New Zealand. Auckland is full of expatriates from Asian nations. Unfortunately, I was at the wrong place at the wrong time. While walking at Auckland’s Cental Business District (CBD), a fat Maori in a […]

Stand up, Speak up (The justification on the absolution of free speech) Part 1

October 12, 2010

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Ever since I was a little child, I was peppered with proverbs like ‘kerana mulut, badan binasa’ and ‘mulut tu, kena insurance sikit’ etc. My mouth was also peppered with countless of chillies as a result of my ‘celupar’ mulut. Hey, I was an active child…orally. But during my university years, I developed a firm conviction […]