By Tunku Zain Al-'Abidin Muhriz
This booklet includes articles chosen often from the author's column, 'Abiding Times', in theSun, Malaysia, in addition to others. released among July 2010 and August 2011, they have been written within the interval after Tunku 'Abidin's go back from the U.S. and covers his function in rules. From calling for the tests and balances so the most important to the powerful functioning of a democratic society to be reinforced, to reminding all members in a democratic society in their rights and obligations, the writer writes in a language that's effortless to learn and with a wry experience of humour.
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The story warns that the pursuit of rank, status and money is capable of destroying entire communities. It is a parable that has been told many times in many different cultures. This particular production was generally well done but – and this is true for previous Malaysian musicals with the exception of P Ramlee – the Musical (for which comparatively little new music had to be composed) – the songs were a little Lloyd Webber-lite, rather than authentic imaginations based on indigenous musical themes.
Finally, a special thank you to Datin Halimah Mohd Said, Datin Paduka Marina Mahathir and Nurul Izzah Anwar for kindly contributing the Forewords. Tunku Zain Al-’Abidin Muhriz February 2012 01 Free information ‘Abiding Times’, 16 July 2010 IT is a good thing that the Selangor State Assembly has tabled its Freedom of Information Enactment. Its eventual introduction should – presuming the implementers and civil servants do their job properly – have a multitude of spin-off benefits. I know this because, in my first full-time job in another legislature – the UK House of Commons – I invoked the Freedom of Information Act to help improve the lives of many in the town of Weston-super-Mare, situated in the constituency of the same name represented by the MP for whom I was working.
We mourn the neglect of the arts in favour of the crass, the commercial and the more easily consumable. We’ve even had a situation where Tunku ’Abidin’s column was banned and mine not, even though relatively speaking, mine was harsher in its criticism. I imagine this points to the possibility that, despite our different approaches, our comments hit home. In this compilation of Tunku ’Abidin’s columns in theSun, we get not only commentary on the political scene but also insights into Malaysian cultural life including life inside a royal household.
Abiding Times 2 by Tunku Zain Al-'Abidin Muhriz