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一向来, 我不太写与政治有关的贴字。

因为,我对政治不够敏感和了解,也不要写了出来误导自己误导别人。

妈妈也说,最好不要写政治,不然一个不小心会被捉。

但是,读到马来西亚昨天的Bersih (马来文,意即干净) 大集会,哪可能不写写的。

其实,我的部落没太多人读,影响肯定不大,也不会出名。所以,不可能会被捉。

Bersih 这个大集会主要是向马来西亚国家元首请愿,要求一个干净和公平的选举。

很多人民热烈反应,身穿黄衣出席支持。

雨虽大,但它阻止不了人民的参与。

虽被警员发射水炮吹泪弹, 可也压抑不了人民的声音。

其中详情在此我也不多谈,有兴趣者可以上网查读。

只是很想说:

很为勇敢的马来西亚人民感到骄傲。

也为人民被压迫的处境感到气愤。

更为不听取民意的政府继续感到绝望!

I don’t usually writing any blog post relating to politics. Main reason being that I don’t know too much about politics and don’t want to write anything that can mislead myself and others. My mother also advised me not to write about politics, otherwise, there is a slight chance I will be arrested !

However, after I read about the Bersih March (Bersih is a Malay word, meaning clean) of Malaysians yesterday, how could I not write anything about it at all. Well, my blog doesn’t have many readers, hence I don’t have any major influence, and for sure I will not become famous. So, I don’t think I will be arrested.

Bersih March is a march that had been called for for a clean and fair election. It had attracted many Malaysians who participated with yellow shirt which organisers had asked them to wear. Heavy rains on that day could not stop the marchers, neither could the water cannons and teargas covered their voices. I won’t write more on its details, for those who are interested, please check more news online.

What I really want to express here are :

– my respect and pride to the courageous Malaysians, people of my home country.

– my anger on how the innocent people had been treated in this march

– and, my continuous disappointment of the Malaysian government who never listen to their people !

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这几天, 水深火热的缅甸的情况每况愈下,真的令人担心。

到底有多少人被捕,多少人死伤,都是未知数。

痛心人民的受害,佩服他们站起来的勇气。

不知道可以为他们做些什么。

不知道他们可否知道我们的关心。

今天,刚好看到此网页 : Stand with the Burmese Protesters !

在短短几天内,已收到超过500千个签名,以支持缅甸百姓。

今天,帮他们签个请愿书,

盼这份棉力可为他们带来一点希望,

盼军政铁手放过手无寸铁的人民,

盼人民的声音最终会被听到和被尊重。

The situation in Myanmar is worsening and worrying.

We still don’t know the accurate numbers of people been arrested and killed.

It is heartbroken to see the people suffer so much.

They deserve our absolute respect for their courage to stand up for justice.

I don’t know what I can do for them.

I don’t know if they know that we care for them a lot.

Today, I found a website : Stand with the Burmese Protesters.

It has collected over half a million of signatures in only a few days,

vowing to stand alongside the citizens of Myanmar.

I signed the petition,

hoping this small effort I could contribute will bring some hopes to them,

hoping the ruthless military government will stop their killing,

hoping eventually the voice of people will be heard and respected.

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