MY. Blog is the abbreviation of Malaysia Blog. MY is the country code for Malaysia.
In this blog we featuring articles written by our partners and us, that covers what is happening in Malaysia or simply the writer's thoughts about issues that happening in the country or in the world.
Tingkatkan capaian internet
PELAN pemulihan kerajaan perlu lebih fokus dalam usaha penambahbaikan capaian internet di seluruh negara. Mengambil pengajaran daripada pengalaman sepanjang tempoh Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan (PKP), kebanyakan aktiviti terpaksa dilakukan secara dalam talian.
Not yet a failed state, Malaysia is decaying rapidly
The country is currently undergoing its cruelest wave of COVID-19, already having surpassed a record 24,000 daily cases. Its health care system is teetering, suicide rates have spiked and citizens had at one point taken to waving a white flag from their window to request basic foodstuffs and rent money. Economically, Malaysia has been caught in the so-called middle-income trap for at least a decade.
UUCA: Protect the students or the Opposite?
UUCA is an act that is partly under the authority of the Ministry of Education. Although the original idea was to control the administration and to operate university orderly. But the UUCA policy actually prevent the involvement of students with political parties, amalgamation of student’s bodies. Which on shortened note, the government actually build a barrier for students
UNDI18: The Rise of Youth in Malaysia
In July 2019, Malaysia parliament has approved a bill reducing the voting age for general elections from 21 to 18 years old. Youth participation in politics often overlooked because the boomers will say ‘They are not ready’ or ‘They are not mature enough’ or “They are more prone to strike or to manifest their discontent than to collaborate”.
Buka Puasa, Buka Parlimen: Youth Break Fast in front of Malaysia Parliament in Protest.
Hundreds of youth marcher in front of Malaysia parliament on Friday, 30th April 2021 to demand it’s reopening. Which they called “Buka Puasa, Buka Parlimen” which mean “Break the Fast, Open Parliament” (a play on the Malay word).