Friday, November 20, 2009

Musings of Jamaluddin Ibrahim

Jamaluddin Ibrahim
Jamaluddin Ibrahim's long-awaited book had been published. Without any hesitation, I bought the book and enjoy reading it's explosive content. Although Jamaluddin Ibrahim is a Malay but he speaks fluent Mandarin. He is also good at writing Chinese articles. That's why he is a well-known political analyst in Malaysian Chinese society and a popular radio DJ of Radio 988.

"Musings of Jamaluddin Ibrahim" was published in Chinese. It's divided into two parts. The first part consists of interview articles between him and Malaysian politicians. The second part is his political commentaries that revealed corruption scandals and money politics in Malaysia.

Jamaluddin Ibrahim's interview guests including leaders of the Barisan National (Malaysia's ruling party), opposition party leaders except leaders from UMNO which is the main BN component party. Otherwise, "Musings of Jamaluddin Ibrahim" would be a perfect political analyst book on Malaysia.

Among the interview guests of Jamaluddin Ibrahim were MCA President (BN Component Party) Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat, MCA Deputy President Datuk Seri Chua Soi Lek, MCA Central Committee Member Donald Lim (Former MCA Vice President), Selangor State Assembly Exco Member Teresa Kok (Democratic Action Party National Organising Secretary), Petaling Jaya Utara Member of Parliament Tony Pua (Democratic Action Party), Segambut Member of Parliament Lim Lip Eng (Democratic Action Party), Batu Member of Parliament Tian Chua (Parti Keadilan Rakyat), Kuala Selangor Member of Parliament Dr. Dzulkefly Ahmad (Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party).

There are more than 20 political commentaries in "Musings of Jamaluddin Ibrahim". The fascinating commentaries of Jamaluddin Ibrahim as if a magic mirror exposing the ugly faces of Malaysian politicians. These political commentaries had been published in Malaysia print media including China Press, Sin Chew Daily and Oriental Daily before publishing into book.

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