Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Steven Sim talks about his hectic life since he assumed office, the changes he has experienced and those he hopes to make: Question: You have published a book on Malay poetry and two other books in English. How did you become a writer? Answer: My first book, The Audacity to Think,… Continue reading Sim: Long-term plan for sports vital
KUALA LUMPUR: People who accuse DAP lawmakers of being anti-Malay, anti-Islam and against the national language need to find new excuses, says Youth and Sports Deputy Minister Steven Sim. Sim, who was launching his collection of Bahasa Melayu poems on Thursday (Aug 16), said language was meant to shine a spotlight on knowledge, not make… Continue reading DAP leader launches book of Malay poems, says racial attacks outdated
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This is my first book, written from my experience both as a participant of active politics as well as from my background as a student of philosophy. I hope to discuss political concepts we take for granted using illustrations from my own story, hoping to encourage readers to think and rethink politics, forming their own… Continue reading Audacity to Think: An Invitation to Rethink Politics (2012)