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SK Thew

My name is Soon Kheng and fondly known as SK among my peers. I'm a consultant by profession in telecommunication industry and started to blog at MageP's Lab early of 2005, out of concern about the social-political development of his country, with the aim of creating social-political consciousness among fellow Malaysians.

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Latest posts by SK Thew

31 July 2007

Malaysia: GVO's Jeff Ooi joins Opposition Party

Today marks one of the most important occasion in Malaysia's blogging community as Screenshot's Jeff Ooi, who is dubbed as one of the most prominent blogger in Malaysia's blogosphere joined...

13 January 2007

Malaysia: Second wave hit Southern Malaysia

A few days after Malaysia kicked off the Visit Malaysia Year 2007, Southern state of Malaysia Johor is being hit with continuous heavy rains which leads to the second wave...

22 July 2006

Malaysia: Ethnic relations course causes furore

All this while, as a multi racial and multi cultural country, Malaysians exist in perfect harmony as the mutual tolerance, acceptance and celebration of the multi-ethnic communities and cultures in...

30 January 2006

Malaysia: Happy Chinese New Year

Yesterday was the start of the Year of the Dog based on the Chinese lunar calendar and it's also one of the major celebration in Malaysia. During the Chinese New...

1 January 2006

Malaysia: O-Year-2006!

Malaysians bade farewell to 2005 and ushered in the New Year in joyous celebrations held all over the country. In Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi new year message, he called...

31 December 2005

Malaysia: Islamic burial of ethnic Indian

The recent controversy over “forced” burial of a Malaysia Everest mountain climber M. Moorthy in accordance to Islamic rites, in which the decision was disputed by Moorthy's family, has stir...

29 December 2005

Tsunami: Malaysian blogs reflect a year after

In remembrance of the Tsunami which took place at Asia Pacific in 2004, bloggers around the world were putting up posts to commemorate the event. MackZul dedicated a blog entry...

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