The Malaysian government is now scrambling for a public-relations boosting exercise globally following the dent in its reputation made by its hard crackdown on the BERSIH 2.0 rally that caught worldwide media attention. Within two days of the rally, several commentaries appeared prominently on foreign dailies, including in Indonesia and Singapore, putting the Malaysian government...
In the morning of July 10 2011, Petaling Street- the Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur- is once again bustling with activities. In local coffeeshops, families sit around one another, while enjoying a typical Cantonese breakfast of fried noodles and sipping hot cups of kopi-O, or local black coffee with sugar, as part of their Sunday routine....
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