Di bawah Perjanjian Malaysia 1963, Sabah dan Sarawak adalah rakan sekutu bekas Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, tetapi kedudukan ini telah terhakis. Penerangan berikut akan menjelaskan erti asal usul perjanjian ini dan kenapa ia penting dilaksanakan.


Apa yang boleh anda lakukan:


Penulis: Vila Somiah
Pelukis: Timothy James
Reka letak: Charis Loke
Penyunting: Charis Loke, Deborah Augustin
Penterjemah: Tina Carmillia

Komik ini juga boleh dibaca dalam bahasa Inggeris, Iban, Cina, dan Dusun (akan datang). 


Vila Somiah

Dr. Vilashini Somiah is a Sabahan anthropologist who received her PhD from the National University of Singapore. Currently a senior lecturer at the Gender Studies Programme at the University of Malaya, her work focuses primarily on underrepresented narratives of women, youth, migrants and marginalised Borneans living in the interiors. With over a decade of research experience behind her Dr. Somiah has also produced interdisciplinary research in the fields of history, politics and socio-economy. Outside of academia, she writes ethnographic articles on the local socio-political landscape.

Timothy James

Timothy James is a lowbrow artist born & bred in Kuching, Borneo. His artwork juxtaposes primitive Dayak tattoos with post-modern society taboos. Alternative art by the altered native. His works can be found at Instagram @turoibagak.

Tina Carmillia

Tina Carmillia is a freelance science journalist and producer. She is also a researcher studying misinformation, focusing on Malay-speaking online spaces, its intersection with data and democracy, as well as the state of fact-checking and verification practices in the Malaysian media. Tina Carmillia adalah seorang wartawan sains dan penerbit bebas. Dia juga seorang penyelidik yang mengkaji penyebaran maklumat salah, dengan fokus pada ruang dalam talian berbahasa Melayu dan persimpangannya dengan data dan demokrasi, serta status amalan pemeriksaan dan pengesahan fakta di media Malaysia.

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