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SEATED comfortably in the living room in his house at Persiaran Duta, Kuala Lumpur, Tun Omar Yoke Lin Ong recalls with great precision the important events that Malaya's first Cabinet was involved in during its pursuit of independence; the 84-year-old has no problem remembering the challenges he and his fellow ministers faced in forming a stable government.* Story by NEIL KHOR JIN KEONG published in The Star on April 2, 2001
The relationship between Chin Peng and British officer John Davis is a tale of trust and betrayal.
Now that Chin Peng hasfinally apologised for hisactions, some may feel itis time to forgive him butothers offer very strongreasons why he shouldnot be
He has long given up his ambition of creating acommunist state in Malaysia and insists he is justa harmless old man who can't even pull a trigger.But can a leopard truly change his spots?
Two CPM leaders followed their convictions and ended up being minor players.
The upcoming Emergency Festival! will offer a zesty, unconventional look at one of the most difficult times in our nation's history.
Age has withered her and what little history books say of her, demonises her. But Shamsiah Fakeh's life is a fascinating story of one woman's incredible journey from freedom fighter to communist to exiled outcast.