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It is because of these reasons that such anti-social behaviour seems to be increasingly common in our daily online lives – whether it is in insulting customers (or other people) or online public shaming.
Londoners, and the Brits, coming together in front of the Tate Britain to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee earlier this year.

Nationality vs Locality - How do we define ourselves?

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here about my articles in the paper. For one, I haven’t been writing that much since being in London, and secondly, if you’ve noticed, I’ve not updated this blog frequently enough as well. I hope to change that but we’ll see how it goes. I appreciate those […]

nikicheong.com screenshot #stop114a

#Stop114A website/blog participants screenshots

On August 14, 2012, I “blacked out” this blog (as you can see above) against Amendment 114A. For more details of the campaign, read this. This post is a compilation of screenshots of all blogs and websites that I am aware of that has posted the same image above, or uniquely found different ways to […]

Stop 114A

Blacking out against 114A

If any of you guys come by to my blog on Tuesday, you’ll find a pop up (if I can get the code to work – argh!) in support of Centre for Independent Journalism‘s Stop 114A campaign which opposes amendments to the Evidence Act which will affect all Malaysians – whether or not you’re an active […]

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