Months after regime change in Malaysia, the new government began to consider the question of abolishing capital punishment. Their deliberations have caused some controversy, but the case of one death row inmate raises questions about the potential of wrongful executions.
Author Archives: Ellena Ekarahendy
Ellena is a visual communication designer based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Her creative works are integrations between design-thinking and economic, sociopolitical, and cultural discourses. Her works can be found at https://ellenae.work. She's New Naratif’s Art and Design Manager. Reach her at email@example.com.
Examining the Evolution of “Pendatang”
Between the 1960s and 1980s, the meaning of “pendatang” in Bahasa Malaysia shifted from a neutral “migrant” to become synonymous with danger and treachery: a political outsider whose influx in large numbers challenges national identity and security. How did this happen?