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Karpal: The tiger’s leap into immortality – Kua Kia Soong

“Karpal Singh of Jelutong Tenaciously, he stood strong Upholding truth and justice For democracy and peace - This man was gentle, This man was strong…” This man was gentle Karpal’s reputation as “the tiger of Jelutong” had long preceded him when I had the privilege of getting to know him as my roommate in Kawasan 6 of... Read More

Recent Articles

Karpal, a fortress against injustice – Ravinder Singh

Karpal Singh’s sudden passing has been very difficult to accept. My heartfelt and deepest condolences to his... Read More

He is legend – Chris Lee Chun Kit

Like many others growing up in the nineties, the name Karpal Singh to me was synonymous with the word lawyer. He... Read More

My tribute to Karpal Singh – Sakmongkol AK47

Are the tears of a grieving non-Muslim widow any different from the tears of a grieving Muslim widow? Are the tears... Read More

The seeds of Malaysia’s online activism – Roger Kinkladze

Life is a full cycle,  a journey of arriving at the beginning after circling through the infinite. History repeats... Read More

Fostering social compassion at Easter and beyond – Aloys Budi Purnomo

Christians around the world will commemorate Jesus’ death on the cross on Friday, but will celebrate his... Read More

He is the one… – Tan Zhong Yan

He is the one whom I look up to since young; the one whom I respect and admire. He is the one who will... Read More

St Xavier’s schools honour Karpal – Francis Loh Kok Wah

The Board of Governors and Managers of the St Xavier’s schools in Penang have expressed sorrow over the death... Read More

A poem for Karpal – C.K. Yeo

Part 1 – The sad tribute   Fate, As life will dictate Sad, Your work more to add Cry, Our tears will... Read More

Pardon and honour for Karpal Singh – Tan Eng Bee

I am happy and would like to commend the Penang state government for honouring the late Karpal Singh with a... Read More

The tyger of Jelutong – “OMG!”

Karpal, who art thou? Tyger! Tyger! Burning bright! You left an indelible imprint, In the forests of the... Read More