I am feeling the exhaustion from yesterday’s event. Forgive me for I am no longer the young teenager filled with energy. I am a mama-to-bee!
Besides the Bersih 3.0 ground zero in the streets of Malaysia’s capital and 11 other cities nationwide, Bersih 3.0 was also successfully held in 35 countries and 85 locations worldwide. Never in my life have I seen a nation being so united, calling for free and fair elections on a global scale.
Thank you Malaysian heroes!
I am so proud of my mom, my younger brother and my friends who have marched the streets of KL for the noble demands of Bersih 3.0 on April 28th. Thank you mom. Thank you Jeremy. Thank you for all those who have marched.
I believed that you have been exposed with hundreds of Bersih 3.0 videos and pictures posted on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Malaysiakini and et cetera. The pictures speak a thousand words of how many citizens have come forward to show their love and patriotism for the country.
I don’t wanna talk about the brutality of the police and how unnecessary it is to fire tear gas on fellow citizens who carry no weapons. I am upset with the mainstream media in Malaysia. I am utterly speechless. Period.
Bersih 3.0 Washington DC was a successful event. I am ever grateful for Leng Feng’s 101% effort in organizing this event for us. Please do not say that I co-organized. All I ever did was to shout out at the FB page and scribbled a few placards and posters.
A big thank you to John Malott, for joining us. John Malott was the US Ambassador of Malaysia from 1995 – 1998.
I regret for not being able to march the 2.5 mile around the National Mall in DC with my fellow Malaysians. It’s simply because I have to conserve my energy and I have somewhat a low-lying placenta which forbids me to walk excessively.
However, I am glad I was there to help out, and to join my fellow comrades in singing the National Anthem – Negaraku on a foreign land. It felt awesome!
I have done my part for the country. I love my country. I am always proud to be a Malaysian!