什么是MA63?为何对沙巴、砂拉越重要?

Author: Vila Somiah, Timothy James, Translator: Hua Chai
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在  《1963年马来西亚协议》契约下,沙巴与砂拉越是当年马来亚联合邦的平等伙伴,但自那以后,这个地位却逐被削弱。以下是恢复沙砂平等地位所意味着的必要条件,以及它为何如此重要的原因。

 

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文:Vila Somiah
图:Timothy James
版面:Charis Loke
编辑:Charis Loke, Deborah Augustin
译者:Hua Chai

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.

Translator: Hua Chai

Hua Chai (huazzers) is a Malaysian animator and Chinese-English translator. Their films have been selected for festivals like Cartoons Underground, Singapore and Animation Chico, CA, USA. Their interests include fantasy, LGBTQ+, Southeast / East Asian and (im)migrant narratives. For more info, please visit: huazzers.carrd.co .

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