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The Accidental Whistle-Blower: How a Retired London Journalist Uncovered Massive Corruption Half a World Away

My staff informed me yesterday that I have been quoted in a TIME magazine article on Clare Brown, the Sarawak Report hero. I was asked to comment on the matter around 2 months ago and the article has finally made print yesterday.

Here is the link to the article:

http://time.com/…/clare-rewcastle-brown-1mdb-malaysia-sara…/

And here is my “claim to fame” section 🙂

“Interpol has rejected Malaysia’s petition, but Rewcastle Brown, though she affects indifference, is now cautious about where she goes. She has received police protection in London after realizing she was being followed and photographed in Hyde Park. “Despite all the threats and posturing, the government has yet to be able to take any real legal actions against her, presumably because she writes the truth,” says Wong Chen, a bookish, charismatic member of Malaysia’s parliamentary opposition.”

Monday Night Chat with Wong Chen: Episode 4

In this episode, Wong Chen recaps on what has happened in the past week: the Hudud motion, the Pakatan Budget and the Government Budget. He proceeds to explain in detail about the Budget and how it works or is supposed to work.

Monday Night Chat with Wong Chen: Episode 3

In this episode, Wong Chen recaps what has happened in the past week: Day 1 in Parliament, the Alternative Budget, Dato’ Seri Anwar’s judicial review and the Hudud Bill motion. He also talks about public housing policy.

Monday Night Chat with Wong Chen: Episode 2

In this episode, Wong Chen recaps on what has happened the past week: Jamal vs Bersih, MACC raids and the redelineation challenge along with YB Hannah Yeoh’s office. He also talks about economic policies.

 

 

Monday Night Chat with Wong Chen: Episode 1

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We just had our Monday Night Chat with Wong Chen: Episode 1, first of many more livestream chats to come!

We will endeavour to do one chat session every Monday at 7.30 p.m. (provided it is not a public holiday). We are aiming for a fifteen minutes to half hour slot and it will be in 3 sections; weekly news round up and commentary, policy Monday (where we discuss one policy idea, a week) and lastly, a Q&A session. So if you have a question (or 10!) head over to my Facebook page and post them up as we stream the night live.

Thank you to everyone who tuned in, asking pertinent questions, and giving valuable feedback. See you in Episode 2!